**Please note: Ann is no longer taking clients **
So often stopping smoking can seem to be a battle which causes the very thing that drives you to smoke in the first place – stress! That’s why Ann's smoking cessation programme isn’t simply about stopping smoking - it’s also about managing your stress. Through her years of working with clients, Ann has found that the key to changing any aspect of lifestyle is being able to handle stress healthily.
Smoking is recognised as one of the most potentially health-damaging habits you can have. What's more, it's bad effects reach further than just the smoker. Children and babies are particularly badly affected by the smoke and other end-products of others' smoking habits
The good news is that when you stop smoking, the health benefits can start to mount up straight away:
The smoking cessation programme consists of two sessions focussed on the removal of your smoking habit and the development of resilience to factors, such as stress, which have previously contributed to your habit.
As part of the smoking cessation programme, you will receive recordings of both hypnotherapy sessions and an information booklet. That means that you can continue to have resources from the programme should life throw something at you that does make you resort to smoking again. Should you require more than two sessions of therapy, the programme can be followed by sessional hypnotherapy, as required. The investment for the two-part programme is £180.
So, now you’ve decided to stop smoking now, why not invest in a programme designed to tackle the habit at it’s roots?
Life in the driving seat is a motivational and practical coaching guide to achieving the future you want. The book leads you from the first step of taking responsibility and ownership of your life ("getting into the driving seat"), through learning how to avoid being knocked off-course, all the way to successful arrival at the destination - the future you want. The journey taken is one of self-discovery as well as of successful achievement.