Paying £70 for a Hypnotherapy session might seem expensive for some people.
However, like the majority of what you buy the more, you pay, the more you know you will get something of quality.
How this works in the real world
For example, a budget laptop costing £100 does not have the same quality feel or comparable features to a premium laptop costing £1,000.
If you were going to a gourmet restaurant and selected a meal from the £100 menu, you would receive more exceptional quality produce, preparation and culinary delights than the restaurant charging £10 per head menu.
This is completely normal.
For Hypnotherapy, it is the same thing.
Otherwise, everyone would purchase the cheapest and no one would pay for the expensive product, which would no longer exist.
A Hypnotherapist at £30 an hour may not bring you the same results as a therapist who is worth £70 an hour.
If the latter is worth £70 per hour, it is because they many years of experience and has also had many positive results.
This does not mean that a Hypnotherapist at £30 per hour will not give you any results.
And equally, choosing an expensive Hypnotherapist does not mean you will inevitably “get better”.
This all depends on whether you are ready to “get better” and if you feel comfortable with the Hypnotherapist.
You should have more a higher likelihood of success with a more expensive Hypnotherapist, especially if they specialise in the area of the problem in which you seek help such as anxiety of self-confidence.
A More Expensive Hypnotherapist Should Be More Competent
When working with a Hypnotherapist who is expensive and more competent, they will assist you to work through essential areas of your problem that need to be addressed in the best possible way.
Cheap Hypnotherapists and less experienced therapists risk not making you work first the most important points.
You will then need to have more sessions with this therapist than with the most competent Hypnotherapist to remedy your problem.
For example, paying a Hypnotherapist who cost £70 an hour, but you might only need four sessions.
However, if you had gone with another cheaper Hypnotherapist, you would have spent a lot more time, and so you might have paid more in the end.
The more expensive it is, the more you will invest in the therapeutic process.
When we pay something that is expensive, we tend to take care of it and appreciate its real value.
Take those cheap sandals which cost £5 that you no longer pay attention to anymore.
On the other hand, it is entirely likely that you take care of your designer boots that cost you £150.
In therapy, it is the same principle.
Hypnotherapy Should Be An Investment for You
If you do not earn much money, you will probably decide to contact a therapist on the day you feel the need help with your problem.
You will then be ready to change and want to live a better life than your current one, and this is an essential element in the therapeutic process.
The more money you put into your treatment which is a substantial sum for you, the more you will invest and make the most of each therapy session.
On the contrary, if you do not pay very much money or you choose a counsellor or therapist who is reimbursed by the local authority, you are probably investing less because it will not cost you much or nothing at all.
You hold no value to the treatment because you are not paying for it.
When you do not pay for your therapy, you are less aware of what the amount of money represents to you.
All this may seem odd, but our brain works naturally like that, it’s psychological, and you are more aware of the value that you give to your therapist.
Like most things in life you get what you pay for, Hypnotherapy is the same.