Weiss Method Offers Freedom from Habits and Addictions
"It is painless and without negative side effects or lengthy downtime."
Stephen Quinn, a practitioner of the Weiss Method for helping people overcome addictions and other unwanted habits, has opened treatment locations in Midtown Manhattan and Briarcliff Manor in Westchester. Developed more than 30 years ago by Amir Weiss, the Weiss Method has helped thousands of people all over the world overcome their addictions, with a long-term success rate of 80 percent.
Quinn belongs to the Weiss Institute USA and has 17 years in the field.
“The Weiss Method is completely natural, using no medications, chemicals of any kind or hypnosis,” he says. “It is painless and without negative side effects or lengthy downtime. It works using a bioenergetic principle and has the effect of strongly calming down or completely anaesthetizing the addictive signal or stimulation that causes a person’s cycle of addiction to perpetuate.”
With the escalating stresses of 21st-century living, many people use daily addictions to help them cope, Quinn notes. “Substances like refined sugar and carbs, cigarettes, alcohol and drugs, as well as habits like overuse of the internet or shopping, are used as a substitute for natural stress management. The Weiss Method is a simple, natural treatment that offers hope and real results for all these situations.”