July 16th, 2020

Are you looking for an experienced hypnotherapist to help you reduce anxiety and lead a calmer day-to-day life?

In this article, we review a few of your different options to access hypnotherapy for anxiety in London.

quick summary is given for each hypnotherapy clinic on these criteria:

  1. Services on offer 
  2. Background and experience
  3. Customer reviews

Note: If you would like to contact a London-based hypnotherapist now, call our team at City Hypnosis on 0773 288 8397 or email


Before you book a session, the best place to start is to research the hypnotherapist’s background, experience, and client reviews.

You should get a good sense of the quality of anxiety hypnosis they’ll be able to offer you, from this initial research.

City Hypnosis

City Hypnosis is in Holborn, near Chancery Lane tube station. The address of the practice is 25 Southampton Buildings, London, WC2A 1AL.

The practice also offers online anxiety hypnotherapy sessions.

Hypnotherapy services: Aaron Surtees is the UK’s most recommended hypnotherapist, with 20 years of experience.

His areas of expertise are fears & phobias, thought transformation, personal development, weight loss, and psychosexual Issues.

City Hypnosis clinic also has a cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist in the team, Jana Sheena (MSc RE-CBT, BABCP reg. PD Hyp, MBSCH).

The hypnotherapist’s background: Aaron is the director of the award-winning City Hypnosis practice. He is trained to the highest levels of Clinical Hypnotherapy.

Aaron is often asked to make TV and media appearances. BBC, Channel 4, Cosmopolitan, and Business Insider are a few examples of such features.

Customer reviews: City Hypnosis has 91 customer reviews on Google (as of July 2020).

Here is a recent review:

“Prior to seeing Aaron, I hadn’t been in a lift for 25 years and this fear had extended to a genuine terror of any confined spaces, having an increasingly serious impact on my life.

It is incredible to think that after one amazing session with Aaron, I have now been able to take back control and do all the things that most people take for granted, such as going on the underground or jumping in a lift.

I really cannot recommend Aaron’s services highly enough; not only did he successfully treat my crippling fear but he guided me through the session with compassion, patience and humour.”

And here is another review from a customer who found relief from an anxiety-related issue:

“Went to Aaron last minute as was flying on the Sunday and went on the Thursday. Have two young children and didn’t want to show anxiety about flying.

After one session I got on the plane, didn’t even acknowledge take off, wasn’t bothered by turbulence and actually enjoyed the experience of flying. Has opened up a whole new world to me literally! Thank you”

London Anxiety Clinic

London Anxiety Clinic is in Marylebone. Their address is 85 Wimpole Street, London W1G 9RJ.

Hypnotherapy services: Aside from hypnotherapy, the clinic also offers cranial electrotherapy stimulation, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and anxiety counselling.

The hypnotherapist’s background: Mike Ward is a clinical hypnotherapist and psychotherapist. He has a BA (Hons) in therapeutic integrative counselling.

Mike has created two anxiety clinics, one in London and the other in Hampshire.

Customer reviews: London Anxiety Clinic has 7 customer reviews on Google (as of July 2020). Here’s one of the recent reviews:

 “Warm reception, care and support. I constantly listen to Mikes recording and appreciate his understanding.”

Chris Meaden

Chris Meaden’s London hypnotherapy clinic is near Oxford Circus. The address is No.10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF.

Hypnotherapy services: Chris offers a range of services for anxiety. These include hypnotherapy, coaching, neuro-hypnotic repatterning, and Havening Techniques®.

The hypnotherapist’s background: Chris’s special interests are NLP and hypnotherapy. He trained with Dr. Richard Bandler, the co-creator of NLP.

Customer reviews: Chris has 45 customer reviews on Google (as of July 2020). One of his most recent reviews states:

“A great experience which has helped me find self-confidence that I previously struggled with. Also took care of a few other traits. A very rewarding experience.”

Fix My Mind Hypnotherapy

Fix My Mind Hypnotherapy is in Holborn. The address of their clinic is 23 Southampton Pl, Holborn, London WC1A 2BP.

Hypnotherapy services: Fix My Mind is one of the best hypnotherapy clinics in London. They provide a range of services for anxiety-based conditions. These conditions include trauma, stuttering, and hair-pulling.

Treatments on offer are hypnotherapy, NLP, and Havening Techniques®.

The hypnotherapist’s background: Fix My Mind has two hypnotherapists in the team, David Shephard and James Mallinson.

David is a master trainer of NLP and a leading figure in personal development. He has a BSc (Hons) and also offers Time Line Therapy®.

James qualified as a clinical hypnotherapist in 2008, following a life-changing experience. He has a BA (Hons), Cert & Dip Clinical Hypnosis, and is a fellow master NLP practitioner.

Customer reviews: Fix My Mind Hypnotherapy has 61 customer reviews on Google (as of July 2020). A recent review reports:

“I can’t thank or recommend fix my mind enough. James has helped me with anxiety and panic attacks which were terrifying me and impacting my life considerably.”

Hypnotherapy/Therapy for Anxiety

Younique Therapy (Hypnotherapy/Therapy For Anxiety) is in Ealing, West London, near Hanger Lane tube station.

Hypnotherapy services: Younique Therapy offers hypnosis in London via face-to-face and Skype sessions. Services available include cognitive hypnotherapy for low self-esteem, public speaking, and stress.

The hypnotherapist’s background: Younique Therapy is run by Dita Pesek, a cognitive hypnotherapist, life coach, and NLP practitioner. She treats clients with anxieties, phobias, and confidence problems.

Customer reviews: Dita has 2 customer reviews on Google (as of July 2020). One of the reviews says:

“I went to see Dita a few months back at her Ealing hypnotherapy practice with issues of confidence, anxiety and past traumatic memories that were just not letting me progress in my life. She identified other issues that were related with what I thought my issues were.”


Browse the 3 anxiety hypnosis options below to choose your preferred treatment type:

  1. Book an in-person appointment

Are you looking for anxiety hypnotherapy in London?

You can visit our central London office, where we’d be happy to welcome you in a private, safe space (please find the address below).

25, Southampton Buildings, London, WC2A 1AL

(This is a 1-minute walk from Chancery Lane tube station – take the Staple Inn pathway by Cafe Nero. We are situated opposite the Black Sheep Cafe)

Looking for Hypnosis in London? Call 0773 288 8397

  1. Book a video appointment

In-person appointments are great, but our team at City Hypnosis has found that client outcomes during online hypnosis sessions are just as successful.

The advantage of video sessions is that you can do them from wherever you feel most comfortable.

Maybe it’s your sofa, a home office space, or even in bed? All that matters is that the space is quiet and calm, so you can remain focused throughout the session.

Would video sessions be the best option for you?

Email to Book Online Hypnotherapy

  1. Buy an audio download

Another option for clients who prefer to practice on their own is to buy an audio download. This hypnosis for anxiety & panic attacks audio is perfect for those who want to supplement their practice outside of sessions.

Get a free account with us and complete the purchase. We can then send the audio download to you to practice as much as you want.

You can follow the audio at home, or listen to it when you are about to enter certain triggering situations.

Buy The Anxiety & Panic Attack Hypnosis Audio


Here are a few tips for anxiety that you can try out before your hypnotherapy appointment or in-between sessions:

  • Activity scheduling: 

When was the last time you took some time to look after yourself? Self-care isn’t selfish or soft, as some people mistakenly think — scheduling “me time” is crucial to recharge and reset for your other tasks.

Reading, baths, and meditation are a few popular self-care activities.

  • Watch caffeine & sugar intake: 

Consuming too much caffeine or sugar can increase anxiety.

Yes, they may provide a welcome energy boost at first, but have you kept track to make sure they don’t make your anxiety worse?

  • Fact-check:

The mind is tempted to go through worst-case scenarios during moments of anxiety or panic. Next time an anxious thought pops up, see if you can reframe…

What’s the proof that this thought is true?

Is there any evidence to suggest the thought may not be as true as it appears?

  • Power poses:

97% of our communication is non-verbal and a large part of that is via body language. The brain pays attention to your posture as an emotional cue.

Regain control during a moment of anxiety by sitting or standing up straight, with your shoulders back and your chest out.

This article is co-authored by:

Declan Davey (Health and Wellness Copywriter)


If you would like to reduce anxiety and move towards a healthier life, you can email Aaron Surtees on

He’s happy to answer any questions you may have about receiving hypnotherapy for anxiety in the London region.

Both online and face-to-face appointments are available.

Telephone: 0773 288 8397

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