Recently my computer finally overloaded. It’s been building up for a while. Then it simply froze and stopped functioning. The final cause was the latest software update and there was not enough space left to do this. The solution is an upgraded hard drive. It sounds simple really, although it has taken a while to […]Read More
At Quick Quit Adelaide we help you to quit in a single 90 minute session… or you come back free! Skilled and experienced therapy allows your brain to release chemicals that change the smoking receptors on your cells and you longer want to smoke. You cannot consciously change the cells of your body which is why you find quitting difficult.
Quit Quick Adelaide helps you change your addictive smoking behaviour. Nicotine is NOT the problem – that is only addictive for two hours.
Your Quit therapy is tailored to your specific needs which means that you are also able to help you to change a wide range of other problems, some of which may underlie your previous difficulties in quitting smoking. Plus we have provided a Quit Smoking Library
Jean is a trauma therapist whose specialties are quit smoking as well as anxiety, stress and PTSD plus weight loss. For those of you who do not live in Adelaide, online therapy using video conferencing is also a speciality.
There are so many bushfires and the news from Queensland and Northern NSW is terrible. And these are unusual because of the drought and the low humidity but I am not buying into discussing causes. All out of control fires and bushfires cause enormous trauma, especially emotional trauma that often affects people for many years. […]Read More bushfires cause enormous trauma, enormous trauma, So many bushfires
What happens in the first 7 years of our lives is critical because we are in full time download mode, learning how people behave, talk and think. Even more important is the time from conception until our first year because this is when our brain is developing. Unborn babies feel the same emotions as their […]Read More The first 7 years of our lives