Rates

The fees at Vancouver Hypnotherapy range from $140 - $200 per hour. The lower fees reflect the purchase of a block of sessions.  

Our specialised 2-hour Quit Smoking program has it's own rate of $395.  Please see the tabs below for a more extensive explanation.

  • General rates
  • Smoking Cessation
  • alcohol / substance

Substance/Alcohol Use Rates (Alcohol, Marijuana, Cocaine):


Due to the specialised nature in this area, we charge $200 per 60 minute session. These sessions are purchased in  minimum blocks of 3 or 5 sessions depending on the severity of usage. Discounts are not offered for substances. Once you have moved to a more managed state, the costs then reduce down.

*** Please note, due to the higher than normal risk of substance use clients not arriving for their scheduled appointments, we now require a $200 prepaid deposit for the Initial Session.

Your appointment time is reserved just for you. To secure your appointment we require a valid credit card number. Your appointment is not fully booked in our system until we have a credit card on file. Your credit card number will be stored in our secure credit card vault hosted by Square and is encrypted.

*Your credit card will not be charged unless there is a breach of our cancellation policy.

A late cancellation or missed visit leaves a hole in the Hypnotherapists day which could have been filled by another client. As such, we require 48 hours notice for any cancellations or changes to your appointment.

Clients who provide less than 48 hours notice (but more than 24 hours) may be charged a cancellation fee of 50% the session cost. Clients who provide less than 24 hours notice, or miss their appointment may be charged full session rate.

We accept payment via cash, credit card, cheque, and e-transfer. I am afraid we do not offer debit at this time. Payments are to be made directly to your therapist.

Extended Health Insurance?

This is probably the most common question we get asked when it comes to the rates. Sadly Hypnotherapists usually aren't covered by Health Insurance.  Usually they require Hypnotherapy to be provided by a Psychologist or Social Worker.  


If you did decide to go that route, I would recommend asking them how often they actually use hypnosis. Often times, if they even do use hypnosis, it's not a modality they use very often.