Quit the cigs and help Liam reach his total
EVERY time one of her smokers kicks the habit, Ely hypnotherapist Rachel Grabham will donate money to Liam s Fund. Ms Grabham, who is a registered and qualified hypnotherapist, will donate £20 from each completed Quit Smoking programme to the CLIC Sargea
EVERY time one of her smokers kicks the habit, Ely hypnotherapist Rachel Grabham will donate money to Liam's Fund.
Ms Grabham, who is a registered and qualified hypnotherapist, will donate £20 from each completed Quit Smoking programme to the CLIC Sargeant charity over the next six months, until February 2008.
She said: "I was so touched by Liam's story that I decided to give people the opportunity to improve their own health, while at the same time raising money for a good cause. The money that they would normally spend on cigarettes is going to help Liam raise his total. I lost my best friend to cancer last year so this is something that is very close to my heart."
Ms Grabham, who is a singer in her free time, was inspired to train as a hypnotherapist after it helped her get over her stage fright. "It worked so well for me, it's tempting every time you go past someone smoking in the street to drop a card in their pocket," she said.
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Before starting, Ms Grabham offers a free consultation and discussion with no obligation or pressure to go ahead with The Quit Smoking Programme. Two-hour sessions will take place on a one-on-one basis in Ely Library each Thursday, and although only one session is usually needed, a three-week check up is free.
INFO: To contact Rachel phone Ely Hypnotherapy on 07765 684150 or visit www.elyhypnotherapy.com. Please book appointments in advance.
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