Caroline Adams – Cognitive Hypnotherapist, London

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Welcome to Caroline Adams Cognitive Hypnotherapy.

I’m a Cognitive Hypnotherapist with a friendly and relaxed practice in Harley Street, Central London. I can help you to overcome all kinds of anxieties and phobias which may be holding you back and preventing you from getting the most out of life. I can also help with boosting low self-confidence and low self-esteem, overcoming addictions and helping you sort out any sexual or relationship problems you may be experiencing. Whatever your reasons for coming to my site, I hope you find what you’re looking for here.

The fact that you’re here probably means there is something not going quite right in your life, or in the life of someone important to you, and perhaps that has been the case for a long time. Please be assured that there is no issue too big or too small for us to tackle. If you don’t see your particular issue listed on the site that doesn’t mean that we can’t deal with it. And that’s the beauty of Cognitive Hypnotherapy. It’s so flexible, and is always client-based, tailored to you.

If you’re wondering exactly how Cognitive Hypnotherapy differs from other therapies I recommend you take a few minutes to watch this great little film:



If you’d like to find out more, please have a look at the rest of the site, or simply contact me – I will normally get back to you within 24 hours and we can have a chat about how you think I might be able to help you.
I look forward to hearing from you, and hopefully meeting you at my practice at 1 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QD, an oasis of calm in Central London, where you can expect to feel relaxed, refreshed and often surprised by the beneficial effects on your life that might begin to happen, sometimes from our very first session together.

1 Harley Street London


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2 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Earlier this year I had some hypnotherapy with Caroline and I can honestly say that it changed everything for me in the best way possible.
    Caroline helped me to get to the heart of the issue which was holding me back. She did this with understanding, compassion and humour. The whole process was extremely relaxing and it felt like a process of “discovery”, a process which ended with an incredible feeling of enlightenment.
    Immediately after the session I went for a long walk. I don’t know if other people would find this useful but it helped me to let things sink in and I’ve been feeling the benefit ever since.
    I understand how some people might be apprehensive about hypnotherapy. My view is this: give it a try. If you don’t, you’ll never know the benefits it could bring.

  2. As long as I can remember, I have had a phobia of electricity pylons. Even talking about them would make me stressed, sweaty palms, elevated heart rate – I’d quickly have to change the subject. Driving near or under the wires is highly stressful. There’s no way I could walk near or under them. After years of having to plan my life around this (eg looking at holiday resorts on Google Earth to make sure there were no power lines near where I wanted to be; forcing friends year after year to walk or ski a different area or avoid a resort altogether because there were pylons) I finally consulted Caroline last year. I found her very pleasant and calming, and the session was cathartic in revisiting an event from my childhood which I’d pretty much forgotten but was clearly subconsciously causing me some distress. However I have to say I was immensely sceptical as to whether this had done anything for my pylon phobia, since the event itself was completely unrelated.
    Well, I’ve just returned from a week skiing with friends where I skied under a pylon FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE and even managed to admire the pattern on ice crystals on the wires as I rode past them on a chair lift. This may not sound much but believe me there is absolutely no way on earth I’d have done either of these things a year ago.
    I am still very aware of pylons and power lines. I see where they are when others don’t even notice them. I’m not sure I’ll ever get rid of that – but now I don’t care. If I need to go under one, then that’s what I’ll do. This may sound like a very trivial issue, but as with all phobias, it was affecting my behaviour and my relationships (I felt very guilty about having to refuse to go certain places all my friends wanted to go because there was a pylon in the way). I’m still amazed that I did this. I am so proud of myself.
    Caroline, I want to thank you so much for what you’ve done for me. I was a real sceptic – I had no faith this would actually work. I’m a very practical person, I make decisions based on facts. But the fact is, you managed to break through a barrier in the space of an hour that I’d not been able to break in 45 years.

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