Living Lean

Weight-Loss Program

Living Free

Stop Smoking Program

Living Smart

Alcohol Management

Living Easy

Stress & Resiliency

Welcome to SelfHelpWorks!

Whether you want to lose weight permanently, quit smoking in 5 days, or gain back control of your life then SelfHelpWorks is your solution!

Who is SelfHelpWorks? We’re a company that has been helping America live a healthier tomorrow since 1979. We’ve helped more people lose weight, quit smoking, control alcohol and stress than any other single organization in the country. While other programs and products generally provide short-term, quick-fix solutions, SelfHelpWorks treats the root emotional causes of addictive behavior. Each program uses a method called structural behavioral cognitive training --which allows participants the chance to learn how to make rational choices rather than emotional decisions about food, cigarettes, stress, and alcohol.

Through each program you will receive interactive coaching that actually simulates a live, one-on-one session with Lou Ryan himself, specifically tailored for your success.

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Success Stories

LivingLean

“I am very proud of my results and enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. I will never be obese again. I hope by sharing my story I can help inspire someone else to “get a life” as I did.”
- Shelia K. Lunsford

LivingFree

“He addressed the smoking addiction with candor and truthfulness, and taught me the skills to cut the emotional connection to cigarettes.”
- Patti Bosworth

LivingSmart

“After 30 years of social drinking, I never thought it would be so easy to leave my old friend behind or how different my life would be.”
- Art Schwartz

LivingEasy

“The biggest lesson I took from the course was not to spend time worrying about situations beyond my control. I tended to internalize, and worry, about many things that in the end I was not able to influence.”
- Kelly Dolan