The Surrey Hypnotherapy Clinic - Hypnotherapy for Woking Guildford West Byfleet & Surrey

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About The Surrey Hypnotherapy Clinic - Hypnotherapy for Woking Guildford West Byfleet & Surrey

Speak to Surrey Hypnotherapist Peter Back, for the best help, advice, therapy & treatment for anxiety disorders, such as the following (and more):



Peter is a consultant Clinical and Analytical Hypnotherapist, specialising in Analytical Hypnotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Initially studying Hypnotherapy and Hypno-Analysis in 1996.

Peter then went on to become certified through the UK's Hypnotherapy Control Board, later accepting an invitation to become a registered practicing member of the International Association of Hypno-Analysts (IAH) - which later, following research into the efficacy of the therapeutic methods and approaches used, evolved to become the International Association for Evidence Based Psychotherapy (IAEBP).

Peter established The Surrey Hypnotherapy Clinic in 2003, in Woking, Surrey., where he is ideally situated for many clients, throughout Surrey, who seek Hypnosis treatment - many coming from areas such as: Woking, Guildford, Farnborough, Weybridge, Walton-on-Thames, West Byfleet, Shepperton, Esher, Bagshot and Addlestone.

Peter is a very experienced practitioner, who has many years experience of helping people in many areas, such as: Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Fears, Phobias, Blushing, Sexual Problems, Stress, Shyness, Sadness, Confidence, Paruresis, Addictions, Gambling and HOCD (Homosexual Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).

A free initial consultation is offered to clients.


  • Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in the treatment of emotional, psychogenetic and psychosomatic problems.

  • Hypnosis is a state of enhanced relaxation in which the mind becomes remote and detached from everyday cares and concerns. In such a relaxed state the subconscious part of the mind is best able to respond creatively to suggestion and imagery by the therapist.

  • Hypnotherapy can be used for almost any problem treatable by psychotherapy and also for many physical ailments.


Hypnosis for therapeutic purposes can be induced by a combination of:

  • Counting down numbers.

  • Using music, voice and images.

  • Relaxing parts of the body e.g. arms, legs, neck.


For example:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Panic attacks or anxiety attacks

  • Fears/phobias

  • Stress

  • Insomnia

  • Grief

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Social anxiety

  • Obsesssive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Performance anxiety

  • Sexual difficulties


  • The body and conscious mind are completely relaxed - NOT asleep or unconscious.

  • Breathing and heart rate slow down.

  • The subconscious mind remains awake and receptive to suggestion.

  • The degree of hypnosis can be varied from a very light to a very deep state.


  • Upon completion of the session, people usually feel very rested, relaxed and refreshed, and are able to safely drive home.


  • It is very safe when used by a qualified hypnotherapist.

  • The subject remains in control at all times.

  • Hypnotherapy is approved by the British Medical Association.

  • Hypnosis should NOT be used, or ONLY WITH CARE, on people suffering from epilepsy, psychosis, schizophrenia etc.

  • Hypnotherapy can help to avoid the problems of many drugs based therapies, such as the risks of: addiction; dependency; overdose; adverse interaction with other drugs; side-effects, and withdrawal symptoms.

  • Upon completion of the session the majority of people will return to normal within a minute or so and be able to safely drive home and continue with their day.

  • Most people enjoy their hypnotherapy session and find it an interesting, helpful, and transformative, therapy.



Contact Peter to make an appointment for a free initial consultation.


Visit the website for The Surrey Hypnotherapy Clinic, Woking, to find out more.


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