Contact Regina Hypnotherapy Richmond

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During this free consultation you will have the opportunity to ask me any questions or bring up any doubts you may have.
The Free Consultation will be either over the phone or on Skype.

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The clinic facilities:

Hypnotherapy treatment rooms and toilet. There is a good selection of cafes, restaurants and shops within two minutes’ walk.

Nearest car parks:

Friars Lane car park, Friars Ln, Richmond TW9 1NL – 5 mins walk.

NCP car park, Richmond Station, Drummonds Pl, Richmond TW9 1DN – 5 mins walk.

How to find our Richmond hypnotherapy clinic:

Use the Post Code TW91PX and House Number 14 for SatNav.
Central London: Use the South Circular and Upper Richmond Roads.
From the West and the M25: Use the M3 and A316, or the M4 and then drive down from Kew on the A307.

Routes serving Richmond are:

  • 337 from Clapham Junction via Putney
  • 65 from Kingston-upon-Thames
  • 33 from Teddington and Hammersmith
  • 490 from Twickenham and Hampton
  • 391 from Kew

Richmond Station is served by overground trains to and from Waterloo and Clapham Junction, and on the Underground via the district line. Our Richmond hypnotherapy clinic is 5 minutes walk from the station. 

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