Coming soon: Workshops online and on demand!
Sit to Quit.
A two week program to quit smoking.
Sit to quit is a two week program that uses training in mindfulness along with a Quit Coach (that’s me!) to help you quit smoking.
Mindfulness means taking a moment to step back from being on automatic pilot. With practice, mindfulness becomes a mental habit that helps you achieve the goal of healthier living.
This two week course consists of three videos, a 25 page workbook and two meditations. Once you sign up you’ll be given access to all of this material. It’s recommended to use medication with this program if it’s appropriate for you. Furthermore, as your Quit Coach I will guide you through strategies for quitting and getting through withdrawal symptoms.
You’ll have two options for engaging your Quit Coach.
1. Participate in group online coaching through your business or another group (friends or established Facebook group with a minimum of 3 registered participants). Sessions meet 5 times during the two weeks. Some people enjoy the live interaction with others going through the same process. If you like the group format but can’t make one live, recorded sessions will be available for viewing. (group coaching) $167
2. To obtain 5 individual coaching sessions either on the phone or video chat. $187
In Person Workshops for Business and the General Public.
Workshops (generally 1.5- 2 hours) are given at my office in Sharonville on Mindfulness, Self-Awareness, Addiction and related information (e.g. The Myths of Addiction).
I'm always delighted to speak at a group or event. I love educating people on topics that stir my passion.
Are you a business looking to help your employees stop smoking or reduce stress, and thereby increase productivity while decreasing turnover? It's one of my favorite things to do.
Upcoming Workshops: Visit the Register page to learn more and reserve your seat.
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