Habits and addictions
Date & Time:16th January 2017, 12.30pm - 1.30pm
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There is a fine line between habit and addiction, and if crossed a habit can easily turn into an addiction. An addiction is an extreme form of habit, and the fine line ends when a person loses control over the act and it becomes something the body needs.
New Year is often the time people start to look at changing habits and other behaviours, and this free talk is aimed at helping people find out why these are formed in the first place, and what help is available to them if they wish to change.
This is a free event but places are limited, so you are advised to reserve a place to avoid disappointment. You can reserve a place by contacting John on 01756 761604 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the host
John is a fully qualified and experienced hypnotherapist, psychotherapist and BWRT® practitioner and specialises in anxiety and stress reduction techniques and training. He is trained in a variety of coaching techniques that can help people achieve the goals they have in life and overcome obstacles and self-limiting beliefs and behaviours.
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