If you have tried everything – willpower, patches, books or even the electric cigarette - and this did not help, do not worry - THIS IS NOT YOUR FAULT!! This is because these methods treat mainly the nicotine addiction, not the habit formation. Once you stop smoking, the nicotine will leave your body within 48 hours, but it is much harder to get the habit to leave. This is no longer the case with our method! We treat the source and not the consequences of smoking, and that is why there are NO side effects to this extraordinary treatment, such as cravings, weight-gain or bad temper.

Stop Smoking in One Hour

It may sound ambitious and almost unbelievable to you, but this method has already successfully treated thousands of smokers. NOW is the time for YOU to make this very important life change too. Our advanced hypnotherapy technique has been mastered in the UK by the expert in the field, Valerie Austin, and has been in operation for over 20 years. We do not offer the latest innovation but we do provide a reliable solution, which combined with your commitment and our high expertise will make you quit in just one hour.

Hypnosis is the Most Effective Way to Stop Smoking

Viswesvaran and Schmidtand (1992) conducted the largest-ever scientific comparison of the effectiveness of smoking cessation methods. Meta-analysis was used in 600 different studies involving over 71,000 subjects. The results revealed that hypnosis is the most effective method on the market, apart from being told that you are dying: (the highest success rate reported in this study was amongst severe cardiac patients.)

94% Success Rate With over 1000 Smokers

In 1968, the research hypnotherapist Von Dedenroth reported in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis a success rate of 94% over an 18-month period with no less than 1,000 smokers. Valerie Austin, considered an expert in the field of hypnosis with a worldwide reputation, was the first to coin the phrase ‘Stop Smoking In One Hour’ in the UK in the late 80’s. In over 20 years she has treated over 7000 personal clients. Valerie found that her Stop Smoking In One Hour technique has similarities to Von Dedenroth’s work and not surprisingly has been able to reach a comparably high success-rate using advanced techniques and a very concentrated one-hour of therapy. This high rate relies on both client commitment and the delivery of a very precise set of protocols that have been tested and pruned for perfection by Valerie’s expertise and long years of practice.

Comparison of Smoking Cessation Methods Success Rates

94% Stop smoking hypnotherapy with over 1000 subjects (Von Dedenroth, 1968)
60% Single hypnosis session with latest relaxation techniques (New Scientist, 1992)
42% Being told you’re about to die if you don’t quit, severe cardiac patient (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
36% Hypnosis (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
29% Excercise and breathing therapy (New Scientist, 1992)
25% Aversion therapy (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
18% Medication (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992). (However, recent clinical trials reported that Bupriopion (Zyban) helped only 1 in 10 quit-attempts and Varenicline (Champix) helped only 1 in 20 smokers (ASH, 2009)
18% Active physician intervention. This declined to only 7% when the physician gave only brief advice (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
16% Nicotine chewing gum (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
15% Self-care, involving persons quitting by themselves with the aid of self-help books and via mailing campaigns (Viswesvaran & Schmidtand, 1992)
10% Nicotine replacement therapy, including nicotine chewing gum, skin patches, lozenges, nasal sprays or ’inhalators’. Clinical trials show that only 1 in 10 attempts succeeded (ASH, 2009)
6% Willpower (New Scientist, 1992)


ASH (2009) Stopping smoking, and the benefits and aids to quitting. Ash fact sheets. (Accessed online on 22 November 2011)

Matthews, R. (1992) How one in five have given up smoking. New Scientist, 1845, 6.

Viswesvaran, C. and Schmidt F. L. (1992) A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the effectiveness of smoking cessation methods. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77, (4), 554-561.

Von Dedenroth, T.E.A. (1968) The use of hypnosis in 1000 cases of “tobaccomaniacs”. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 10, (3), 194-197.

Call for a FREE 15 minute consultation on 07909 837 007

The Austin Technique stop smoking therapy has a 95% success rate.

Your guide to hypnosis

The deep trance, the remarkable sleep, the powerful healing, the unexplained force, a supernatural power - all these are just a sample of explanations from my clients and other professionals, of what makes up hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
read more …


Call today for a FREE 15-minute Consultation 07909 837 007.

Smoke Free Lady

Lily House
11/12 The Shrubberies
George Lane
South Woodford
London E18 1BD