Allen Carr Facilitators
At Allen Carr's Easyway our mission is to make it easy for you to quit. We take immense pride in helping others because we know what it is like.
We've been there, we've had the struggles, tried every other method and finally found the way that worked for us, easily and happily.
Meet our quitting experts.
Every one of our awesome facilitators quit with Allen Carr's Easyway.
Having been there ourselves we understand the issues and how you feel.
Most importantly we know how to quit.
Natalie Clays – Director & Facilitator
20 year smoker, quit 2003
I tried my first cigarette at the age of 15, trying to look cool and trying even harder not to choke or vomit. It was vile and disgusting and made me feel ill but I was determined to learn how to do it. Twenty years later I was still smoking.
Jaime Reed – Stop Smoking Facilitator
19 year smoker, quit 2000
The longest I ever managed to stop smoking for was three months. Several times I was able to stop smoking for a couple of weeks but mostly it was only a few hours before I would start smoking again.
Wayne Spaulding – Stop Smoking Facilitator
30 year smoker, quit 2014
As a kid I knew a lot of adults who were “hooked”, and I was warned by some of them and by the school’s “don’t start smoking” campaign. So, I was fully aware smoking was highly addictive. Nevertheless, as a teenager at some point I thought, “I’ll just try one, just to see if I even like it”. “Be careful though, don’t get hooked.”
Horton McCormick – Stop Drinking Facilitator
Quit alcohol 2007
Since my first beer at the age of 17, I always enjoyed being the life of the party, even being a bit of a party animal. Throughout college, my career, marriage, and even after starting a family, drinking always played a part in my socializing.
Gill Scott – Stop Smoking Facilitator
20 year smoker, quit 2007
I had smoked for 20 years when I was diagnosed with asthma. I had tried everything to give up. Hypnosis, nicotine replacement therapies, acupuncture and cold turkey but nothing stopped me longing to smoke.
Joe Martino – Stop Smoking Facilitator
10 year smoker, quit 2012
I started smoking at 14 years of age because I thought I was really cool. Unfortunately the cool factor wore off very quickly and that insidious weed had the better of me.
Kathryn Jolley – Stop Smoking Facilitator
20 year smoker, quit 2015
I tried my first cigarette when I was 14. It tasted awful, it made me cough, it made me sick and it was harsh on my throat. I persevered with another and then another and it took me a while to learn how to smoke.
Oliver Lewis – Stop Drinking Facilitator
Quit alcohol 2005
Discovering Easyway was a major catalyst in my life. I’d been a heavy smoker and drinker since I was a teenager. My whole life revolved around the pub, and getting drunk was the norm.
David Skeist – Stop Smoking Facilitator
15 year smoker, quit 2012
I started smoking in high school to look cool and feel subversive. In college I smoked to control stress and ease my anxiety. Soon, smoking became an inextricable part of my identity.
Vickie Macrae – Stop Smoking Facilitator
30 year smoker, quit 2000
Thirty cigarettes every day for thirty years, then I stopped. Now I help others to quit smoking. Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking transformed my life.
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