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Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights hypnotherapist Laureen Dunne

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Absecon, NJ – Mark Twain once said, Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times.” Research shows people who try to quit smoking will need between five to seven attempts before they succeed. In fact, the symptoms of withdrawal are so severe only 30 percent of smokers who try to quit can remain tobacco-free for even two days.

But if you are truly ready to be a non-smoker, studies have shown the most effective method to quit smoking once and for all is hypnotherapy. Only hypnotherapy addresses both the physical need as well as the subconscious desire behind it.

For almost 20 years, hypnotherapist Laureen Dunne has helped thousands of clients quit smoking by using hypnosis to identify and address the fundamental causations of their habit.

“People call me out of a desire to change,” says Dunne. “It’s about finding the cause of whatever issue it is you want to work on. I just provide the format for achieving what they want to change.”

Using “non-directive hypnosis,” Dunne places a client in a state of deep relaxation and regresses the client to the childhood experience of their first cigarette. After just one 4-hour intensive session, a client will leave Dunne’s office as a non-smoker.

“The non-directive technique is so deeply personal that the impression it makes has a ripple effect and you are catapulted into motivation,” explains Dunne. “Once you understand the source you can reprogram it.”

Today, in addition to smoking cessation, Dunne offers hypnotherapy for behavior modification, stress reduction and even pain management.

“I believe every individual has the answers for what is best for them,” says Dunne. “Clients are often amazed at how instrumental they were in the solution to their problem. I merely guide them there.”