Surrey & London Based Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness Practice


Hypnotherapy is the only talking therapy that works directly with your unconscious mind. This makes it a very effective therapy and generally clients only need one session of hypnotherapy to stop smoking and four to six sessions of hypnotherapy for other issues. Obviously if clients have several or very complex issues they may require more than six sessions.

Wellbeing Hypnotherapy Therapists are registered by the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) which was established with Government support to regulate complementary therapies. The key purpose of the (CNHC) is to protect the public. The Department of Health recommends where the therapy is registered with the CNHC you consult with a therapist who is CNHC registered.


Adrian Sonnex of Wellbeing Hypnotherapy is a professional, qualified and experienced Mindfulness Teacher and Therapist. Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapies is an umbrella of therapies including Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy, Traumatic Incident Reduction and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Go to our Mindfulness section via our Mindfulness Tab to find out more..

Clinics, locations, where to find us:

At present we have five clinics in Surrey & London, click on the location link that interests you

Morden – Wellbeing Hypnotherapy,

Mitcham – Wellbeing Hypnotherapy,

Balham – Wellbeing Hypnotherapy

Weybridge – Wellbeing Hypnotherapy.

Or go to our where to find us page for details of our clinics.

Online Therapy Via Skype:

We offer both hypnotherapy and Mindfulness based therapy via Skype. We have experience working with clients in the UK, America,  Australia and Ireland. Online therapy has proven to be very effective with the clients that we have worked with. For more information click here.

Adrian Sonnex is also a member of The General Hypnotherapy Register and has been awarded The Senior Qualification in Hypnotherapy Practice and One-to-one Supervisor Status by the GHR.