How much does hypnotherapy cost?
Hypnotherapy is a technique for working with a range of physiological issues, including anxiety or stress management, addiction, fears or phobias, weight loss, depression and overall life improvement. Learn more about hypnotherapy here. Several factors affect the cost of this service.
New clients may pay a higher price for the initial intake session because the hypnotherapist must spend intensive time learning their needs. On the other hand, some practitioners may offer a reduced rate to bring in new clients. Presents of Mind Hypnosis in Atlanta, Georgia, charges $250 for an initial 90-minute intake session, which includes an in-depth background interview, education about hypnosis and a personalized recorded hypnotherapy session.
Hypnotherapists may base their rates on the session length. The longer the session, the higher the cost. In this case, clients pay for the time of the professional. Here are some examples of session rates based on length:
Amor Healing Place in Salt Lake City, Utah: $70 for one 60-minute session
Presents of Mind Hypnosis: $150 for one 90-minute session for ongoing clients
Inner Soundness in Denver, Colorado: $150 for one 90-minute session
Hypnotherapists often offer discounted package deals when clients purchase sessions in bulk upfront. The professional provides services at a reduced rate but also secures future business for themselves, which benefits clients and themselves. Here are some hypnotherapy package prices:
$400 for three 90-minute sessions, a $50 savings over purchasing sessions individually at $150 for 90 minutes
$750 for six 90-minute sessions, a $150 savings over purchasing individually
$1,000 for 10 90-minute sessions, a $500 savings over purchasing individually.
$333 for six hours of hypnotherapy, a $87 savings over purchasing sessions individually at $70 per hour
$444 for 10 hours of hypnotherapy, a $256 savings over purchasing individually
$888 for 24 hours of hypnotherapy, a $792 savings over purchasing individually
Hypnotherapists with advanced training, academic degrees or extensive experience may charge higher rates than those without the same professional background. For example, a licensed counselor or psychologist with an advanced degree who is also a certified hypnotherapist may have higher rates than a person solely trained as a hypnotherapist.
Some hypnotherapists offer additional healing techniques in conjunction with their services. Any additional services will increase the overall cost for a session. For example, Presents of Mind Hypnosis $215 per hypnotherapy session plus 60 minutes of reiki for ongoing clients and $310 for new clients for the same combo.