Dr. Sherry Price
Helping Women Stop Overdrinking and Gain Control Again
Click below to learn the KEY STEPS to effectively stop overdrinking and become a woman who can take it or leave it with her drinking.
Dr. Sherry Price
How to break your overdrinking habit
Click below to learn the KEY step to break the overdrinking habit and become a person who can have just one drink and be done.
You Want To Not Want Alcohol So Much...
That was me.
My intention of having 1 glass of wine at the end of my work day to relax turned into finishing the bottle. I spent years feeling not in control of my drinking. As a pharmacist, I knew my drinking habit wasn’t healthy, and it was weighing on me mentally and physically. I felt stuck in a habit cycle of drinking too much and I wanted it to end.
Through my research and life coach training, I discovered the solution to break my overdrinking habit. It’s rooted in neuroscience (cognitive therapy) and it changed my desire and my relationship with alcohol.
using what I learned as well as what helped me through my journey of cutting back, I created the Drink Less Lifestyle program. This revolutionary and groundbreaking program has helped hundreds of women learn to break their overdrinking habit and gain peace around alcohol. The program is different because it doesn’t focus on not drinking. Instead, we focus on reprogramming your brain to change its over-desire for alcohol. When your desire changes, you become a woman who doesn’t crave alcohol and you can take it or leave it.
My 12-week Drink Less Lifestyle program is for women who want to:
How To Break The Overdrinking Habit
Grab my quick start guide on the key steps to effectively break the overdrinking habit.
Drink Less LIfesyle
Ready to Stop Thinking About Alcohol So Much?
You’re fed up with the amount of drinking you do and the toll it’s taking on you. It’s time for it to stop.
You want to feel better, have more energy, and be healthier. And you want to stop thinking about drinking.
Click below to learn the KEY STEPS to effectively break the overdrinking habit and become a person who can take it or leave it.