92.5% Success rate! Stop Smoking Easily in Toronto The Rob Kelly Method™
Daniel DesLauriers MIAEBP is a psychological consultant and hypnotherapist in Toronto who has personally studied with Rob Kelly, Europe’s most successful stop smoking psychotherapist and hypnotherapist, to bring you one of the most successful stop smoking methods available in the world today.
“It doesn’t matter how you started smoking it matters how YOU STOPPED!”
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“Your program has helped me become a non-smoker. After only a 1 hour painless and relaxing session, I can concentrate on more important things than the next time I can have a cigarette. When the time comes that I would usually have a cigarette, my sub-conscious tells me to concentrate on something else; it’s amazing. Dennis B.”
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Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy work, but…
One of the largest studies ever undertaken on quitting smoking was conducted in the U.S. at the University of Iowa. This study included everything from willpower, to nicotine patches, gum, positive thinking etc… Of all the stop smoking methods included, hypnosis came out on top; “most techniques turned out hopeless. Hypnosis however came out as the most effective anti-smoking technique.”
As great of a win this study was for hypnosis and hypnotherapy, only an average of 30% of people quit smoking as a result.
From 40% to 92.5%
Rob’s frustration as to why 60% of his clients did not stop smoking using ‘suggestion therapy’ (normal hypnotherapy) led him to further investigate why those 60% had failed. Rob developed his method with the aid of his decades of experience in analytical therapy. He fused together a mixture of applied psychology, suggestion and visualization to develop a method that has seen him treat over 5000 smokers with a 92.5% success rate (verifiable). He has since taught his method to over 400 therapists in Europe and abroad, including Daniel.
ABSTRACT: This study presents the results of an online
questionnaire for a novel smoking cessation treatment utilizing applied
psychological techniques. Participants were 107 paying clients attending
Rob Kelly’s Cambridge Clinic. Post treatment 92.5% of participants
reported that they had stopped smoking.
Kelly, R.C. & Allen, C.E.L.
How is the Rob Kelly Method different than traditional hypnotherapy and hypnosis?
The major difference is how little ‘actual’ hypnosis and hypnotherapy is used in the session. It involves about an hour long chat between you and myself and about 20min of actual hypnosis. This hour long chat will turn your belief systems about smoking upside down. Everything you have ever thought about smoking will be challenged and you will see smoking from an entirely new perspective.
Ask your self this… if you received a fantastic sense of well-being,
calmness, pride and satisfaction
every time you got yourself in a situation
where you used to have a cigarette,
why would you EVER want or need to smoke again ?
SURVEY RESULTS OF THE ‘ROB KELLY
METHOD®’: AN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL
TECHNIQUE FOR SMOKING CESSATION
Kelly, R.C. & Allen, C.E.L.
ABSTRACT: This study presents the results of an online questionnaire for a novel smoking cessation treatment utilizing applied psychological techniques. Participants were 107 paying clients attending Rob Kelly’s Cambridge Clinic. Post treatment 92.5% of participants reported that they had stopped smoking.
92.5% (99) of participants reported that they had stopped smoking after the treatment.
Participants filled in the questionnaire between one day and 209 days (approximately seven months) after the session. The average time at which participants completed the questionnaire was 28.1 days post-session. The average time at which those who stated that they had stopped smoking completed the questionnaire was 29.7 days post-session (approximately one month), whereas the average time at which those who stated that they had not stopped smoking completed the questionnaire was 7.9 days post-session.
When given the opportunity to state why they felt that they had or hadn’t stopped smoking, as well as comment on the effects of the process, 84 participants out of 107 (78.5%) submitted answers. 61 participants’ responses indicated that they found the process of stopping smoking easy or very easy (72.6% of those that gave answers to this part of the questionnaire). Responses were categorised as indicative of this if they explicitly stated the words ‘simple’, ‘easy’, ‘very easy’, ‘not hard at all’, or stated that it was ‘painless’, involved ‘no effort’, they had not had any cravings, withdrawal symptoms or side effects, or that they did not miss smoking at all. Examples of such comments included:
“I stopped easily, and with no cravings at all”
“very simple and easy process”
“really easy – piece of cake”
“I can’t belive [sic] it was so simple”
“don’t miss smoking at all”
A further 12 participants indicated that they found the process of quitting smoking post-treatment quite easy (14.3% of those that gave answers to this part of the questionnaire). Responses were categorised as such if the participant stated that stopping was quite easy, easier than expected, easier or not as hard as before, or involved only a few cravings or withdrawal. For
“few cravings but basically simple”
“quite easy and only a few cravings”
“was so easy compared to previous attempts”
“very few withdrawal feelings – just for three days”
“not as hard as when I stopped before”
Overall a total of 73 participants (86.9% of those that gave answers to this part of the questionnaire) indicated that they found the process either quite easy, easy or very easy.
Another theme that reoccurred was that the process was quick, which was mentioned by four participants. Four participants, also, indicated that it was the fact that their beliefs around smoking that had changed which had enabled them to quit.
For the 8 participants who did not stop smoking, some of the reasons they gave included that they were stressed, had a row, had put on weight, they felt no different and that they did not know why they had not stopped smoking. One participant did not give a reason for why they felt that they had not quit smoking.
One participant stated that they had not stopped smoking, but then left a very positive comment regarding the treatment, suggesting that it was lifesaving. It is not known why this discrepancy occurred.
Kelly, R.C. & Allen, C.E.L. (2011) Survey results of the ‘rob kelly method’: an applied psychological technique for smoking cessation. Downloaded from http://www.robkelly.org/robkellymethodsurvey.html
Will I be ‘out of control’ while in hypnosis?
For the purposes of therapeutic hypnosis and hypnotherapy only a light hypnotic state is sought. You will be entirely aware of what is going. Most people feel as if they hadn’t been hypnotized at all, then again most people have no idea what hypnosis feels like.
Do you offer ‘guarantees ‘ to your clients?
No. This method requires a lot of my time to impart the knowledge and resources to help you become a non-smoker.
Why does it cost more for a quit smoking cession than your other sessions?
The Stop Smoking Easily method is the most engaging and involved type of therapy I do at the clinic. It requires a great deal of time, effort, character assessment and is harder work than any of the other symptoms I treat.
Is every smoker suitable for this method?
Yes, except for those with a history of psychosis.
I have been to other hypnotherapist’s, will it still work?
Yes. The method I practice is entirely different in approach and mechanism to what any other hypnotherapist is using.
Why cash payment only?
A great deal of what we will chat about is ‘tangible’ reasons you want to quit. Cash is a ‘tangible’ resource, whereas credit, debit and cheques are not.
Do I need to put in effort?
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