Les Bullock Passes away

It saddens me to post this blog but I know that many peoples lives were touched by my father Les Bullock who passed away on Friday 14th May 2010 aged 84 years.  Les was undoubtedly Australias’ best known and most respected Hypnotherapist. He was particularly known for helping many thousands of people quit smoking from his home and office in Manly, Sydney.

Les was still seeing clients every week and it came as  a terrible shock to his family and many friends that he had passed away so unexpectantly.

I am sure that Les will remain in the hearts and minds of everyone who has known him.

I hope I can continue to do justice to the Bullock name in the Hypnotherapy world.

Dad Rest in Peace you served us well.

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In Practice as a Hypnotherapist and Stress Management Consultant since 1981 Helping people Quit Smoking, Lose Weight, Quit Gambling, Reduce or cut out Alcohol, Stress Less, Easy Childbirth, Pain Control, Confidence, Positive thinking, Phobias, Childrens' problems, Sports enhancement If it isn't mentioned ask me I may be able to help.
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3 Responses to Les Bullock Passes away

  1. Cherie says:

    I just saw this post on your website. And I must say it has shocked and saddened me. My condolences to you and your family.

    Your father was a great inspiration to me. I feel we can all thank Les for making Hypnotherapy the respected profession that it is today.

    There really is no words that can take away the pain of your loss. Please know that my thoughts are with you at this time.

    Kind regards,
    Cherie

  2. admin says:

    Thank you Cherie

  3. Richard jones says:

    I have just been writing about Les, whom I admired greatly. I googled him and was shocked to see he died last year. He was a truly lovely man. He will be in my memoir to be published in the next 12 months
    I met him in the sixties when he had the Visor Club in Sydney and very many times after that

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