About Allen Carr's Easway
Allen Carr was an accountant and 100 a day chain smoker before discovering his Easyway method in 1983.
From his humble beginnings of curing smokers in his lounge room, the organisation has spread through word of mouth and now operates in 50 countries and 38 languages worldwide helping people with addictions and issues ranging from smoking, alcohol, weight, other drugs, sugar, caffeine, debt, gambling and even fear of flying.
Our mission is to help free the world from addiction.
About Natalie Clays
Director and Facilitator of Allen Carr’s Easyway USA, Australia and New Zealand.
As a 20 year smoker who’d tried everything unsuccessfully to quit, Natalie attended an Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Seminar in June 2003 on the recommendation of a friend and walked out 5 hours later as a happy non-smoker.
Originally from the UK but at the time living in Sydney, Australia, she was so inspired by how easy it was to quit that she also quit her corporate job to join the organization and train as an Allen Carr facilitator.
Starting in Sydney, she then expanded her operation to include all of Australia and New Zealand and has since helped an estimated 10,000 smokers in Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Papua New Guinea.
In 2016 Natalie was recognised with Allen Carr's Easyway's lifetime achievement award for her outstanding contribution in continuing Allen's legacy.
2020 wasn’t all bad! An opportunity presented itself and Natalie, along with her husband Nic, moved to Boulder, Colorado to set up operations for Allen Carr’s Easyway seminars in the USA.
Why Allen Carr's Easyway is different to other quit smoking methods
Allen Carr's method uses a unique, positive approach to quitting. There are no scare tactics or horrible images and none of the grim stuff; just a refreshingly different approach to quitting smoking that changes your perception of it.
You might be surprised to learn that the physical addiction to nicotine is only a small part of the problem; the main issue and the reasons people continue to smoke are psychological but most methods only address the physical.
Results may vary
Discussion on Australian national radio about smoking during Covid.