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Press spaces at workshops also available


~ acclaimed hypnosis program, helping people to drink less ~
~ New workshop dates for 2009 announced ~

March 2009 - Binge drinking is at epidemic proportions in Britain, not just in the streets but in homes too. Age is no discriminator for this behaviour and people are typically drinking more than they are comfortable with at home during this recession, now that staying in is the new going out! Leading expert on emotional overdrinking, Georgia Foster, believes that alcohol is the symptom not the cause and that the desire to drink more than we would like is an emotional habit. This habit hides low self esteem, social anxiety, fear and rejection.

Are you drinking to conform socially? Do you drink your date attractive? Do you use alcohol as an emotional crutch to be a different version of yourself? Do you often regret or feel bad when you have overdone it? Or have you ever resolved to get your drinking habits under control yet never actually do?

Forthcoming dates for the West London Workshops are:

Friday 24th April
Saturday 9th May
Saturday 20th June
Saturday 11th July

Australian-born Georgia is author/creator of The Drink Less Mind (book/cd and workshops), who runs two busy practices in London where she regularly changes people’s emotional overdrinking behaviour using hypnosis and Jungian Psychology Inner Dialogue Theory. Overdrinking is on the increase across the UK and across all age groups, regardless of salary or social status. Acting at the forefront of educational and psychological change to DRINK LESS, Georgia can help you to understand the ups and downs of over drinking behaviour – exploring why we do it, keep on doing it, and how we can get control of it.

Georgia's Drink Less Mind programme is not for alcoholics and is for people who recognise their drinking behaviour sometime interferes with their lives in negative ways, including procrastination, stress, anxiety, low self-esteem and depression.

A number of complimentary press places are now available on a 'first come first served' while remaining places for the public are priced at £199, which includes a signed copy of The Drink Less Mind (book/cd) (worth £17.99). Readers can book a place at or call 0845 660 4396.

What you will gain from attending The Drink Less Mind Workshop:

- The equivalent of 4 hypnotherapy sessions with Georgia
- Full Inner Dialogue theory
- Knowledge of belief systems re-education
- On-going stress management skills
- Top tips for loving your liver (and why you should)

The Drink Less Mind (book/CD) is available separately at £17.99, or as an MP3 ebook for £10, both from

Georgia has also created a special Drink Less Mind questionnaire which is available for reproduction on request. This gives anyone who thinks they might be over drinking greater understanding why they drink too much. Whether you are feeling stressed, bored, tired, fearful angry or sad, alcohol for some people has become a stress management pill or a social confidence drug. To receive a copy, contact Sue Blake Media on 0208 979 5220 to find out more, or to arrange an interview with Georgia. Free extracts from the book also available.


All publicity enquiries to Sue Blake Media on
0208 979 5220, 07966 538108,

Notes to Editors:

Georgia also presents other Workshops:

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, 25th April London (co- presenter with Suzy Greaves, Viv Alves, Dr David Hamilton and John Parkin)
The Big Peace Country Retreat, 15th & 16th May (co-presenter with Suzy Greaves and Viv Alves)
Releasing your Creativity, 13th June (co-presenter with Suzy Greaves and Viv Alves)
Releasing Writers Block, 4th July
The Stress Less Mind, 5th July
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Self-Image, 18th July (co-presenter with Suzy Greaves, Viv Alves and Nicky Hambleton-Jones

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