End your addiction to smoking now. For life! It doesn’t matter how long you’ve smoked or how many packs a day you smoke. You can stop and you can do it without anxiety, irritability, or weight gain from cravings. With hypnosis, a desire to stop smoking and an open mind are all you need.


I know what you’re going through. For more than 20 years, I was a smoker. I tried quitting many, many times. I tried everything: cold turkey, pills, patches, and gum. I cut back—way back—to one cigarette a day. But all day long I’d think about my ONE cigarette and I’d watch the clock and count down the hours until it was time. It wasn’t long before I realized I was just as addicted to one cigarette a day as I was to one pack a day. Even worse  –  quitting my one cigarette a day was just as difficult as quitting my pack a day habit.

When I told my friends I quit, I was met with nods. The all-knowing, “we’ve heard that before!” response.  But hypnosis taught me I had kept myself addicted, and the cigarettes weren’t really the issue. The issue was my subconscious association with smoking. I had inadvertently given cigarettes the power to rule my life.

After hypnosis, I felt as if the part of my brain that wanted to smoke had been surgically removed. Since 2010, I haven’t had the desire or cravings for a cigarette. And amazingly enough, I don’t have to worry about triggers like the smell of a cigarette or seeing other smokers. Cigarettes have absolutely zero effect on me.

A study presented October 22, 2007, at the annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicians found that hypnosis was twice as effective for smoking cessation as quitting “cold turkey,” and over three times as effective as nicotine replacement therapy.

According to an independent University of Washington School of Medicine study, hypnotherapy has a 90.6% success rate in helping smokers permanently quit smoking.

Dan only accepts Smoking Cessation clients who genuinely want to quit. Before Dan agrees to take on a smoker, he asks they meet him in his office for a free consultation (which takes about 30 minutes). If after that 30 minutes, if Dan feels the client is ready and if the client agrees – then the sessions can be scheduled.