Session Details & Cost
People with epilepsy, schizophrenia, and psychotic illnesses are cautioned to obtain doctor's approval prior to booking an hypnosis session.
Always consult your doctor before making a decision about your health and type of therapies that are best for you.
Commitment Deposit for a Session
$125.00 - Required in order to confirm and hold your session with Cynthia. This amount will be deducted from the overall cost of your session.
Commitment Deposit is non-refundable, but can be credited to a future appointment in case of cancellation if 24 hours notice is provided. This also includes phone/Zoom/Skype sessions. Note that QHHT is only offered in-person as stipulated by the D.Cannon Academy.
One Session Package (Adult)
Two Session Package (Adult)
Three Session Package (Adult)
Life Transformation Program (Adult)
One QHHT Session
Children’s Session (up to 12 years)
Time varies and is adjusted for the age of the child. Packages available if required.
One hypnotherapy session is 90-120 minutes; allow for two hours (1-3 sessions is usually all that is required for each issue).
Coaching and tutoring is 60 minutes for adults. Contact Cynthia for details on working together with your child for sports, school, creative therapies, or health & wellness.
Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices are honored for the day the Commitment Deposit or Full Payment is received for the booking.
Please call if you are running late for your scheduled appointment.
Late arrivals will have their session customized to fit the remaining allotted session time.
Appointment times will be held for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes late, it is considered a no show.
Cynthia does not take, or bill to, Insurance providers at the present time.
Ask your Insurance provider If they cover Hypnotherapy or Health and Wellness Coaching.
Some Health Spending Plans, Personal Spending, or Flexible Spending Work Accounts (e.g. ASPA members at U of S) will reimburse you or your Dependent child under 21 years or under 26 years of age and attending a college or university full-time or physically or mentally incapable of self-supporting and dependent on you.