Terms & Conditions



The cost of therapy is £50 per session.

I take payment at the end of each session, in cash, bank transfer or PayPal only please.



There is no obligation to continue with therapy following your initial meeting with me.  If, after our initial consultation you do not wish to receive hypnotherapy, the full cost of the consultation is payable.  If I decide that hypnotherapy is not an appropriate treatment for you, you will not be charged for the consultation.  Thereafter, sessions cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice will incur the full cost of the missed session.


Privacy Statement

Hadleigh Hypnotherapy requires your name and contact details (your e-mail address and your phone number) your Next of Kin's contact details and also those of your GP.  I need this information for the purpose of contacting you to arrange or amend our appointments, to obtain your GP's consent to treat you with Hypnotherapy (this is occasionally necessary) and to ensure I have someone to contact in the unlikely event of an emergency.

I will not share these details with anyone and maintain confidentiality in all but the following circumstances:

A court order is made demanding disclosure.

I believe a child to be at risk of harm.

I believe myself or you to be at risk of harm.

I believe that not disclosing would result in harm to others.


Your personal information will not be stored electronically.  A hard copy will be securely kept in locked storage, for the duration of seven years after completion of your treatment with Hadleigh Hypnotherapy. This is retained in case it is required by the ICO or other appropriate authority.  At this point, your personal information will be shredded and disposed of.

Your Data Protection Rights

  • Your Right of Access

      You have the right to ask me for copies of your personal information held by Hadleigh Hypnotherapy.

  • Your Right to Rectification

       You have the right to ask me to correct information which you believe to be inaccurate, or to complete

       information that you believe is incomplete.

  • Your Right to Erasure

       You have the right to ask me to delete your personal information.