How the method works – The path to your success

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There are a number of ways of using Allen Carr’s Easyway method all of which will enable you to be free easily, painlessly and without the need for willpower.

Our seminars are the most effective way of accessing the method whether at a centre of online via Zoom and are led by experienced Allen Carr’s Easyway therapists who have successfully used the method to be free.

We also have a range of online video programmes that you can access anytime and anywhere.

The Easyway method: How does it work?

We aim to change how you feel about your issue so that getting free becomes easy, enjoyble, and you do not miss anything.

We help you to understand your addiction
We help you to understand your addiction or issue
We show you how to transform it
We show you how to transform it
We remove the fear so you can set yourself free
We remove the fear so you can set yourself free

Understanding why you do it

Whatever addiction or issue you want to address we don’t use any scare tactics or shocking images of the harm that it causes – you know all about the downsides already.

Instead we examine and correct the misconceptions that keep all addicts trapped. We don’t just look at the physical addiction but the mental aspects as well.

You may be surprised that the addiction or issue is 1% physical and 99% mental.

What is it that keeps you hooked?

Addicts believe that they get some sort of genuine pleasure or benefit from what they take or do. That it helps them enjoy life, handle stress, relax, socialise and maybe even control their weight. For this reason they fear that even if they do succeed in stopping they will be miserable and feel deprived for the rest of their lives.

In addition to that fear, they also fear the downsides of the addiction or issue; the health worries, the stigma, the cost, the slavery and although they work hard not to think about them, these fears remain like a huge dark cloud at the back of their mind.

These are the fears that keep them hooked.

The method removes those fears

Freedom

After using Allen Carr’s Easyway method you will enjoy a feeling of freedom right from the start.

All feelings of deprivation are removed and even in the case of serious addiction the physical withdrawal is hardly noticeable.

You will not miss anything!

woman free from her addictions and issues

The Easyway method explained

Please watch one of the videos below which will explain how the method is applied for that addiction or issue.

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Stop smoking

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Stop drinking

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Quid drugs

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Lose weight & sugar addictions

What is Allen Carr’s Easyway?

For more than 30 years Allen Carr’s Easyway has been helping people with addictions and issues ranging from smoking, alcohol, weight, drugs, sugar, caffeine, debt, gambling, digital tech addiction and even flying amongst other issues.

The method has spread around the world by word of mouth for one simple reason:

IT WORKS!

The Allen Carrs Easyway team

We have clinics in over 50 countries worldwide

Allen Carr’s Easyway is internationally recognised with clinics in over 50 countries across the globe. With the range of products and seminars we have available, we’re confident there’s a service that suits your needs and lifestyle wherever you live worldwide.

Medical References

  1. UK Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway as good as, if not better than, the Gold Standard NHS Programme which uses NRT & 1-1 psychological support.
    Frings D, Albery IP, Moss AC, Brunger H, Burghela M, White S, and Wood KV (2020) Comparison of Allen Carr’s Easyway programme with a specialist behavioural and pharmacological smoking cessation support service: A randomised controlled trial. Addiction 115: doi: 10.1111/add.14897
  2. National 12 month Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway almost twice as effective as other smoking cessation methods available on Health Service.
    Keogan, S., Li, S., Clancy L. (2018) Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking – A randomised clinical trial. BMJ Tobacco Control, Issue 4 Volume 28
  3. After a 3 year study 51% reported continuing abstinence.
    Moshammer, H., & Neuberger, M. (2007). Long term success of short smoking cessation seminars supported by occupational health care. Addictive Behaviors, 32(7), 1486-1493
  4. UK Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway as good as, if not better than, the Gold Standard NHS Programme which uses NRT & 1-1 psychological support.
    Frings D, Albery IP, Moss AC, Brunger H, Burghela M, White S, and Wood KV (2020) Comparison of Allen Carr’s Easyway programme with a specialist behavioural and pharmacological smoking cessation support service: A randomised controlled trial. Addiction 115: doi: 10.1111/add.14897
  5. Smokers following Allen Carr’s Easyway were about 6 times more likely to be abstinent, assessed after 13 months, compared to similar smokers in the general population.
    Dijkstra, A., Zuidema, R., Vos, D., Van Kalken, M., The effectiveness of the Allen Carr smoking cessation training in companies tested in a quasi-experimental design. BMC Public Healthvolume 14, Article number: 952 (2014)
  6. The 1 year quit rate was 55%. A long smoking history or many earlier unsuccessful attempts to quit did not predict failure.
    Hutter, H., Moshammer, H. & Neuberger, M. Int Arch Occup Environ Health (2006) 79: 42
  7. UK Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway as good as, if not better than, the Gold Standard NHS Programme which uses NRT & 1-1 psychological support.
    Frings D, Albery IP, Moss AC, Brunger H, Burghela M, White S, and Wood KV (2020) Comparison of Allen Carr’s Easyway programme with a specialist behavioural and pharmacological smoking cessation support service: A randomised controlled trial. Addiction 115: doi: 10.1111/add.14897
  8. National 12 month Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway almost twice as effective as other smoking cessation methods available on Health Service.
    Keogan, S., Li, S., Clancy L. (2018) Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking – A randomised clinical trial. BMJ Tobacco Control, Issue 4 Volume 28
  9. After a 3 year study 51% reported continuing abstinence.
    Moshammer, H., & Neuberger, M. (2007). Long term success of short smoking cessation seminars supported by occupational health care. Addictive Behaviors, 32(7), 1486-1493