Freedom From Addiction

A Hypnotherapist's Guide To Overcoming Addictions and Compulsions

Non-Fiction - Self Help
174 Pages
Reviewed on 07/10/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Why do you have an addiction? Would you like to be free from it? Freedom From Addiction: A Hypnotherapist's Guide to Overcoming Addictions and Compulsions by Jeremy Walker looks at compulsions and addictions in detail from the author's personal experiences and conducting thousands of sessions, giving readers a path forward to break free from behavior they would like to transform. Addictions and compulsions can cause major problems and if they are impacting work and finances, creating havoc on physical and mental health, and straining relationships with people, then reading this book will prove to be helpful.

It is a subject that needs to be addressed and the author discusses it extensively. The Walker Addiction Removal Process (WARP) gives good support to all those readers who are looking to be free from their addictions, depression, compulsions, and anxiety. The tips and suggestions are good when it comes to implementing healthy replacement behaviors and making a positive transformation. It is a good book for therapists, counselors, and medical practitioners to use while dealing with clients who have compulsions and addictions.

The author's personal experiences make it tangible for readers and will help them when it comes to connecting with the techniques and advice suggested. The 50 reasons listed why people have compulsions and addictions are good to know if one is addicted or has compulsions. This book is excellent for all those readers who are looking for a purpose, connection, and to make a healthy transition.