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Quite Smoking

About us

As a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master NLP Trainer and Certified Coach, I developed the AWP Method which enables clients to reach a state of empowerment to kick their smoking habit and sustain it in the long-term.

Florence Mackay

Your Practitioner

Having personally practised meditation for decades, I believed that teaching people to enter a deep state of relaxation could enable them change habits and behaviours that were no longer useful to them. When I read that Hypnotherapy Techniques could help people stop smoking in one session, I obtained a Certificate in the Valerie Austin Technique for Stopping Smoking in One Hour.

Client Experience:- Many clients experience no cravings and have no weight gain after the treatment but of course each of us is unique and no-one can predict exactly how you will feel. Generally, my clients feel energised and positive and a bit wowed.  At first, they have a hard time putting into words what they feel but later many of them write to me that it is the best thing they have ever done and wish they had done it sooner.

Florence Mackay, MSc
Business Psychologist

How I Became A Hypnotherapist

A Former Smoker Myself

I started smoking at the age of 14 and would often say that I could stop whenever I liked because that is precisely what I did. My pattern was to stop and then start again shortly thereafter. This is what many smokers struggle with. A bit like yo-yo dieting; once you stop the diet all the weight comes back so you have to start all over again. I believe Hypnotherapy can help you break this cycle.

How I Stopped

When I was 28 years old, I decided it was time to quit smoking. Only once I put the cigarettes down, did I realise that smoking pumped my energy, made me feel out of control and in fact made me feel more stressed. I found that changing my attitude, developing new habits and keeping it in the day was the answer and the best way to achieve all of these things was to practice meditation twice a day.

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