Stuck? What would you like to change?

Welcome.

My name is Patrick Lilley and I have 10 years experience as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist and Life Coach working in London.  I specialise in helping clients change, using hypnotherapy and life coaching to help reduce levels of stress and anxiety. Stress and anxiety can lead many people to unwanted ways of feeling, thinking and behaving.  I can help.

So what do you want to change?

There is one thing I know about you already that is true of all of us together: you want to be happy and you are looking to change something. My treatment plan is customised around you and is usually over 3 sessions and rarely exceeds 6.

Suffering from stress and anxiety already leads to the thousands of visits to the GPs, billions of pounds spent on prescriptions as well unwanted feelings, thought patterns and behaviours.

Stress can lead to insomnia, high blood pressure, relationship and work issues, headaches, obesity inflated blood sugars and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome).

They can do real damage to physical and mental health as well as to our relationships.  Sometime stress and anxiety can lead to unwanted behaviours and habits around food, drink and substances abuse (nicotine, alcohol, prescription and other drug abuse etc).

What is your goal of sessions?

While stress and anxiety are problems they can also lead to range of other unwanted ways of being; smoking, using alcohol unwisely, prescription drug dependency, gambling.

But there is one thing I know about you already: you want to be happy and you are looking to change something.

I believe,  I can help make a real difference to how you feel and behave over the course of 3-6 (online) sessions.

Fees are on a sliding scale based on the clients situation (working, furloughed, not working, NHS staff/Emergency Services) up to a maximum of £224 for 3 x 90 mins sessions.

My tools include Cognitive Hypnotherapy, the latest learning from Positive Psychology & NLP Life Coaching combined with ancient breathing techniques, empathy and common sense.

The benefits of change reducing stress and being happier include better physical & psychological health, better sleep, more and happier relationships, increased immunity, increased self-esteem, overcoming trauma and being more creative.

Hypnosis can help with stopping smoking and weight loss


Many clients immediately start to feel better as they take a decision to take action and by reading this you already have taken the first small step towards your goal.

Whatever it is I will  apply my best efforts and skills to help you achieve your goal in fastest safest way for you.  I have the skills and the positive intention to help. If I don’t believe I can help then I won’t see you as a client.

Hypnotherapy has been recognised by the British Medical Association for over 50 years and its uses are increasingly accepted across a wide range of areas.

I am passionate about helping clients achieve resourceful states that allow them to notice more choices in their lives.

Call or contact me for a no obligation consultation and free pre-session questionnaire.

What will you change?

  • Increase Happiness /Reduce Stress
  • Increase Self Confidence
  • Relaxation/Insomnia /Sleeping Problems
  • Weight Loss 
  • Panic Attacks
  • Anxiety
  • Stopping Smoking
  • Drug/Alcohol / Addictions / Video Games
  • Nail biting, jaw grinding, bruxism, hair pulling,
  • Increase your motivation

Your goal may not fit under a simple easy header -that is the case with many people,  so please get in touch and lets discuss how I can help.

Are you looking for help with a phobia?

I understand what it can be like to have a phobia even though everyone is different and our minds work in unique ways.

I have overcome my own fear of dental treatment through hypnosis and relaxation techniques.

On a subjective scale of 0 to 10 how strong is your phobia where 10 is very strong  and zero is nothing at all? .  However discomforting your phobia may have been, we can both agree that fear in the right context – is a natural and good thing to have, in order to help us survive.

In the wrong context we give this fear a name: a phobia.  Over hundreds of thousands of year’s humans learned to be frightened of certain thing that threaten their survival s e.g. sabre tooth tigers or other predators to our safety. And this was wise as we didn’t want to get eaten!

A phobic behaviour happens when our mind tags a certain memory with a “fear/fight or flight” tag, inappropriately.

We just want to get away from the stimulus of the phobia… We panic, our breathing may become short, sweaty palms and anxiety occur.  Sometimes a phobia might seem funny or odd to other people who don’t have it, but one’s own phobia can be very distressing.  That lack of understanding can make the whole thing worse. Help is not far away.

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