Landmark Moment for Allen Carr’s Easyway
UK quit smoking method still being embraced all over the world 37 years after its inception ~ World No Tobacco Day
Ignored by the UK NHS for decades, Allen Carr’s legacy continues to grow at a stunning rate 14 years after his tragic passing. John Dicey & Robin Hayley were personally trained and mentored by Allen Carr and were tasked by him to ensure his legacy achieved its full potential. Having worked closely with Allen, not only on the seminar side of the organisation but in applying the method to a variety of addictions and issues, they were well placed to do so. The result has been the continued, dramatic, growth of the method that now spans more than 50 countries and tackles issues & addictions as varied as smoking, vaping, alcohol, weight/sugar addiction, cocaine, gambling, caffeine, debt, and even smart phone addiction. The newer programmes have proven to be just as effective, successful, and popular as the stop smoking one.
Special Announcement for World No Tobacco Day 2020
International publishing agents have now indicated that Easyway books, audiobooks, Online Video Programmes, and Live Online Group Seminars have now helped more than 50 million smokers worldwide. No mean feat when one considers that the organisation hasn’t received a single penny in government or NGO support.
Niko Heyng at Arcturus Publishing, who publish Allen Carr books in the UK & North America and also act as global publishing agents for the Easyway team comments, “Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking book is the world’s best-selling stop smoking book of all time. It’s clear that our estimate of 50 million smokers is quite conservative with book sales, seminar sales, and digital sales already counted in tens of millions alone without factoring in readership”.
John Dicey, Senior Therapist (& Global CEO, Allen Carr’s Easyway) comments, “Our live seminar centres have now spread to more than 150 cities in more than 50 countries taking in nations as diverse as Italy, Japan, Iran, Turkey, China, Chile, Russia, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and the USA. What better day to make the ’50 MILLION’ announcement than ‘World No Tobacco Day’ which is not particularly well observed in the UK but a huge day elsewhere in the world. As a UK organisation and business, Allen Carr’s Easyway has a huge global footprint but continues to offer its assistance to the UK NHS & Public Health England”.
John Dicey concludes, “We’ve done brilliantly well over the past 37 years, but we have a lot of work left to do. We’re extremely lucky to have a wonderful team at our Global HQ in London, and brilliant teams of therapists, not just in the UK but across the globe, and they take a huge chunk of the credit for achieving this extraordinary milestone. I know Allen would be extremely proud of every single one of them”.
Global corporations such as Vitality Health Insurance, Google, Facebook, and Unilever have provided Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking Live Seminars to their employees as part of their wellbeing programs for many years. Allen Carr’s Easyway has been providing Workplace Programmes for more than 30 years.
Clinical trials in the UK & Ireland recently proved the Allen Carr method to be as effective, if not more, than the techniques currently used by their national health services. Allen Carr’s Easyway is clinically proven and requires no drugs or nicotine substitutes/replacement.