No patches, no gum and no willpower necessary! Allen Carr’s Easyway program provides a rewarding, enjoyable experience that has helped over 30 million worldwide smokers overcome nicotine addiction for good. Established in 1998, the Scottish clinics empower people in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen to reclaim control over their lives.
Paul Melvin and Jim McCreadie were long-term smokers who both lost their fathers at a young age to smoking-related diseases. However, these tragedies did not stop Paul and Jim from lighting up.
When each of them came across The Easyway to Stop Smoking by Allen Carr, they realised they’d finally found a solution that didn’t depend on willpower. All it took was one five hour session to quit smoking for good. The method had such an impact on Paul and Jim that they felt compelled to help others, and trained to become Easyway therapists.
Now, they own this franchise and every week they help more smokers enjoy the freedom they know is possible.
When a group arrives at a session, they're nervous about what the day holds. I get a front-row seat to their life-changing transformations — watching people overcome their greatest challenges in just five hours.
Having stopped with the method, I decided to give back to the cause that had reinvigorated my life. I became a trainee therapist—and ran my first session only 16 months after my final cigarette. I’ll never forget changing 12 people’s lives that same day.
Developed in 1983 by Allen Carr, a 100-cigarette-per-day chain-smoker, the Easyway program explores why smokers continue to smoke, despite knowing the risks. Carr’s revolutionary program removes the fear that all smokers have of quitting, so that getting free becomes easy, enjoyable, and you don’t miss a thing.
Easyway has helped millions of people worldwide and now offers sessions in over 50 countries.
Find out why Allen Carr’s Easyway program is the ‘Smoker’s way to quit’ and the most effective method for overcoming nicotine addiction.