Fears and phobias

Fears and Phobias can be a horrible way to live your life. At some point you would of experienced a traumatic event, even if you can't remember it.

Using Hypnosis and Kinetic Shift, I firstly explore the moment the trauma happened, then change the subconscious, thus removing the trauma.

I can also complete the treatment with eyes fully open if preferred.


Treatment suitable for:

  • Spiders

  • Clowns

  • Heights

  • Snakes

  • Agoraphobia

  • Toilet (fear of soiling yourself)

If your fear or phobia is not listed above, then please contact me for a free consultation.

Treatment Prices:

  • 1-to-1 Hypnosis Session - £100

  • Skype Hypnosis Session - £100

Client success stories...

Pill taking.

“I've always been a believer in hypnosis and I jumped at the chance to have it done when I was offered by Graham. I've always been a wimp when it comes to taking medication, even the thought would make me gag and usually I'd throw up once I put the tablet in my mouth. Even the word tablet would send shudders down my spine. Graham hypnotised me over Skype and straight away I felt comfortable and in safe hands. Once it was over I managed to take a tablet straight away like it wasn't a big deal, no gagging, no throwing up after and no shuddering. Would like to say a massive thank you to Graham and everything you've done, may be a small thing to everyone else but was a big deal to me. Would HIGHLY recommend to anyone struggling even if you think it's minor to everyone else..”

— Samantha, New Zealand.

Car Passenger

“Tonight Graham hypnotised me as I had a fear of driving and being a passenger in a car for over 20 years. It was amazing! When he had cleared me of my fear he took me for a drive and I was totally relaxed the first time in 25 years. Thank you so much Graham, that was fantastic! Highly recommend..”

— Liz, Hook.


“Having been scared of spiders for most of my life I was very sceptical about this when Graham offered his help, over a month now and I haven't winced once whilst dispatching my little 8 legged enemies. 
I can not thank him enough and really do owe him a few pints..”

— Chris, Andover.