Author(s): Alicia Eaton
Do you struggle to lose weight and wonder why? Do your bad habits and lack of confidence hold you back? Do you find yourself repeating bad patterns of behavior? Fix Your Life will show you how easy it can be to rid yourself of life's irritating problems by using the latest psychological techniques of NLP. This is an ideal introduction to the subject, as the author Alicia Eaton cuts through the technical jargon that's usually associated with NLP and explains how the techniques and strategies used by some of the world's most successful people, can easily be incorporated into your daily life. As well as explaining how our minds work and why it's so easy to fall into bad patterns of behavior, the author presents the NLP techniques as 'Apps for the Mind'. So, just as you'd download an App for your phone or computer to expand its' capabilities, you'll now be able to download an 'App for your Mind' to enable you to achieve more than ever before. Client stories from the author's Harley Street practice demonstrate how to fix fears and phobias such as public-speaking or fear of flying; deal with bad habits such as shopping addiction or Facebook obsessions and even apply your very own hypnotic gastric band to combat overeating. Readers are encouraged to view this book as a 'first aid kit for the mind' that can support them, plus friends and family, for many years.
Alicia Eaton is a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist and is licensed by The Society of NLP both as a Master NLP Practitioner and an Advanced NLP Therapeutic Specialist. She has run a successful practice in London's Harley Street since 2004.
Personally trained to the highest level by Richard Bandler (co-creator of NLP), Paul McKenna and Michael Neill, she has also worked as an Assistant to Paul McKenna on his seminars for many years.
Her skill as an NLP author lies in her ability to communicate complex ideas in a straightforward, easy manner and apply them to ordinary, everyday problems.
She has three grown-up children and lives in Hertfordshire.