About Dr. Sherry Price

I relied on drinking to reduce stress and feel better.

ABOUT Dr. SHERRY PRICE​

I relied on drinking to reduce stress and feel better.

A glass of wine was my way to relax at night and take the edge off.

It helped reduce my anxiety and shut off my brain. But that one glass always turned into more.

Pretty soon I was drinking a whole bottle of wine each night. I wanted so badly to drink less, but I just kept overdrinking. It was a habit. A habit that lasted years.

Knowing all the health statistics about overdrinking wasn’t enough to motivate me to break that habit. I had a good diet and exercise regime overall, but this one area of my life evaded me. I was living out of alignment with who I wanted to be.

I looked forward to that glass of wine at the end of my day. After all, I wanted to feel better. But alcohol not only numbs our negative emotions, it also numbs our positive emotions. My overdrinking numbed my stress and boredom, but it also kept me from feeling true joy and happiness.

I didn’t want to stop completely.

Labeling myself as an alcoholic didn’t fit me. I just felt it was a bad habit.  My drinking seemed to be on auto-pilot. And I had healthy habits in other areas of my life – just not with my drinking.  

Research shows that most people who overdrink don’t qualify as alcoholics. If you told me I was pregnant, I knew I could stop instantly without having major withdrawal symptoms. But I didn’t want to stop altogether. I wanted to enjoy wine socially again and be a normal drinker.

Put simply, I wanted my off-button back. I wanted to be in control. And I didn’t want to drink everyday or think about it all the time. What I wanted was to be able to take it or leave it. I didn’t know what the solution was.

About 90% of people who drink excessively would NOT be expected to meet the clinical diagnostic criteria for having a severe alcohol use disorder.

Then I discovered how to stop overdrinking.

As a pharmacist, I decided to study the science on how we stay in the cycle of the drinking habit and the cognitive tools to break the cycle. I took all my research and applied it. I eliminated my desire for drinking. No more shame and frustration. Now I can take it or leave it when it comes to alcohol.

I’ve used my research and experience to create a tailored program that helps women like me reprogram their brain connections (neural networks) to create a new relationship with alcohol.

Rewire your mental programming without the guilt.

I help my clients identify the specific mental programming they have that is creating their over-desire for drinking. We rewire that programming for a version of them that doesn’t have the over-desire to drink.

This means we are able to process and move past any shame, self-doubt, or frustration quickly and make room for the drinking pattern that works best for their lifestyle. Not sure what that drinking pattern is for you yet? No problem. I help my clients identify that during our time together.

Ready to break your overdrinking habit?

I love working with determined, successful women who go after the life they want. You are my people! You are smart and willing to do the work to get what you want. And you want to establish healthy patterns for self-care which does not include overindulging on drinking.

Through my program, you will gain control over your drinking by creating a new relationship with alcohol. My clients also report greater confidence, weight loss, better sleep, less brain fog, more energy and feeling happier and less stressed. You will feel motivated, sharp, and more productive again.

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.

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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.

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