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  • Where are the session held at?
    Our In-person sessions are held at 10 Anson Road, International Plaza #28-14 S079903.
  • How do I contact you?
    To contact us, you may drop an email to or WhatsApp us at +65 9438 4055. Alternatively, you can follow us on Instagram for our updates.
  • Are the sessions confidential?
    Yes. During your initial session, you will be signing a confidential clause agreement. Whatever you share with your therapist, during the session will be kept strictly confidential. Circumstances when your therapist may have to breach confidentiality: When you plan to hurt yourself or others, When you are planning to do something illegal in nature, When summoned by court.
  • If I am seeing a physiatrist, should I go for therapy?
    You should! It is recommended for you to go for talk therapy when you are taking medications for anxiety and depression. Medication and therapy complement each other to give you the best possible outcome. If you are currently seeing a psychiatrist and would like to see our therapist, please ask your physiatrist/doctor for a memo and bring it for your first therapy session with us.
  • How do I prepare for an online session?
    Our online sessions are conducted via Zoom. When you book your session, an email containing your appointment details and the zoom link will be sent to your email address. Follow our 5 steps below and you'll be ready for your online session. 1: Download and update your zoom software to the latest version. 2: Ideally use a laptop or computer with sufficient battery for your online sessions. 3: Test your device's camera, mic, audio speaker and internet connection to see if it's working in proper condition. 4: Choose a safe, private and comfortable space for you to attend your online session. (we do not recommend you to attend your session while on transit or somewhere crowded) 5: Login 5 to 10 minutes before the session to be ready and relaxed before your session commences. In the event if you lose sudden connection to the call, don't panic and just re-enter the meeting ID and password into zoom.
  • I am in an emergency...
    If you or your loved ones are in an emergency situation, contact the following hotlines: - SOS: 1767 - Medical Services: 995 - or visit the nearest A&E. Please note that we do not handle emergency situations as our hotline is accessible only during our office hours.
  • How do I book an appointment?
    To book an appointment to see our therapist, visit
  • Can I walk in without an appointment?
    Our therapist will not be able to see you if you do not have an appointment booked. All appointment bookings are done online on our website. ​
  • How far in advance can I book my appointment?
    Our system allows you to book an appointment for up to 2 months in advance from today's date. ​
  • What happens if I am early/late for my session?
    Early: If you do arrive early for your session, please do wait at our lounge area till your appointment time. We do have light snacks and drinks available at our lounge. Late: We do understand that sometimes traffic and weather condition can cause delays to your arrival time. Please drop us a WhatsApp text if you are going to be late for your appointment. Due to the therapist's limited availability, no time extension will be provided to those who arrive late.
  • How do I change or cancel my upcoming appointment?
    To make any changes to your upcoming appointment, please drop us an email at with your full name, appointment date & time and your contact number. To cancel your appointment, drop us an email at with your full name, appointment date & time and your contact number. Kindly send us your cancellation email at least 48 hours prior to your appointment date.
  • What is the cancellation/no-show policy
    ​We require at least 48 hours notice to change or cancel your appointment. No refunds will be given for any cancellation done less than 48 hours prior to the appointment date.
  • How does it feel to be hypnotised?
    We encounter the phenomenon of “trance” almost daily. The hypnotic trance is a natural state of consciousness. We’ve all experienced “everyday trances”, for example- during a long night drive or when we watch a great movie. There is also an active trance state like the so-called runner’s high while jogging or in connection with dance and music. During hypnotherapy the client is induced into the trance state which enables the therapist to make a direct communication with the subconscious part of the mind.
  • Am I unconscious during a hypnosis session?
    No, in hypnosis, you don’t lose consciousness under any circumstances. And the feeling of trance is in no way comparable to fainting. Depending on the depth of trance it is even possible – and quite desirable in the context of a therapy – that you’re aware of every word being said and feel fully present.
  • Will I lose control during hypnosis?
    No, it is quite the opposite! You even gain control, because you can access resources from your subconscious mind in trance that are otherwise not accessible to you.
  • What can I do myself for the success of hypnotherapy?
    To make lasting changes under hypnosis means teamwork. Only if you are willing to get involved in the hypnosis techniques we will achieve success. I will give you different exercises and techniques that you will practice during and after your hypnotherapy program. This commitment on your part is critical to your success. In the course of a session, it is of great advantage if you previously as accurate as possible observe the triggers of smoking.
  • How long does the result of hypnosis last, and will I return to old patterns?
    A post-hypnotic suggestion can often persist for years without refreshing in their effect. Some behaviour patterns can be reinforced by repeated sessions, some suggestions only require a refresher after a long time. Experience indicates that for smoking the behaviour patterns can be eliminated very fast and forever.
  • How do I come back to a ‘normal’ state?
    During the trance, the client is guided through suggestions and following them. At the end of a hypnosis session, the client is returned by suggestions to slowly and gently get back to the full waking state of consciousness. The bodily functions return to normal, the person wakes up.

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