FREE 60-Minute Seminar
Whether you have smoked for 1 year or 35 years, now is the perfect time to stop.
If you want to quit smoking then hypnotherapy can very possibly help when all else has failed!
Are you tried of smoking but you just can’t shake that nasty habit that is interfering with your health?
Do you feel like you just can’t shake that nasty habit that is interfering with your life?
Or do you feel like there’s another level life you’re destined for, but it always seems just out of grasp?
This workshop will utilize the tools and technology of clinical hypnotherapy, one of the fastest growing fields that facilitates and promotes human change, improvement, and achievement, allowing people to reach their tree potential.
In this Free Introductory Workshop we will be focusing on stopping the smoking habit. But whether you are trying to overcome an old problem, habit, or behavior or simply want to grow to a new level of personal achievement, hypnotherapy is often the needle-mover when all else has failed.
Come learn about and experience the power of your subconscious to reach your next level.
“The University of Washington School of Medicine reported a 90.6% success rate for smoking cessation for 6 months to 3 years after hypnosis.”
University of Washington School of Medicine
Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine
“I found that many complaints – smoking, overeating, test anxiety, public speaking phobia, and chronic physical pain – responded more dramatically to hypnosis than to other forms of psychotherapy I was using.”
Dr. Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D., Psychologist
Faculty at Harvard Medical School
“Hypnotherapy is one of the fastest growing fields that facilitates and promotes human change, improvement, and achievement, allowing people to reach their full potential.
“Whether you are trying to overcome an old problem, habit, or behavior or simply want to grow to a new level of personal achievement (such as improving your academic or athletic performance), hypnotherapy can very possibly help when all else has failed.”
Jane E. Brody
Reporting for The New York Times
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