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Help Your Clients STOP Smoking
Now and For Good

Smoking is the Cause of 1 in 5 U.S. Deaths

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable disease, disability, and death in the United States, accounting for more than 480,000 deaths every year, or about 1 in 5 deaths.

Most adult cigarette smokers want to quit.

  • In 2015, 68.0% of adult smokers (22.7 million) said that they wanted to quit smoking.


More than half of adult cigarette smokers report having made a quit attempt in the past year.

  • In 2018, 55.1% of adult smokers (21.5 million) said that they had made a quit attempt in the past year.


Fewer than one in ten adult cigarette smokers succeed in quitting each year.

  • In 2018, 7.5% of adult smokers (2.9 million) successfully quit smoking in the past year.

Hypnosis is one of the most effective ways help people stop smoking. Many hypnotist struggle with the confidence to successfully help their clients. This workshop will be a game changer for you if your are wanting to improve your results.

  • Gain confidence

  • Improve your results with smoking cessation

  • Help your clients have long term success

  • Have a solid structure and process for smoking cessation

  • Ongoing support

Ready to Save Lives?

Early Bird Price $495
SAVE $100
Register by April 22, 2023


Adding the 3-Day Heartland Hypnosis Conference
and Registering by April 15, 2023.

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Amber Rose Cox

Amber is a client directed change expert who’s work encompasses individuals, teams and organizations. Her work is focused on improving communication and behavioral changes that support cohesive relationships which improve outcomes and overall well-being.

Amber is a facilitator of change, using integrative modalities and processes such as Clinical Hypnotherapy and Emotional Intelligence Development.  Amber is the founder of Maine Hypnosis Center and has a private practice spanning fifteen years.

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