While the myth of “a 21-day habit” is popular, the actual scientific average of a permanent lifestyle change is 66 days. The 21-day habit was jumped on by self-help gurus from a book published in 1960 by Dr. Maxwell Maltz, who stated that he noticed it took at least 21 days to see changes in his patients; which makes sense as it takes about three sessions (or three weeks/21 days) for most of the backstory and comfort level to surface in new clients.
In my program, you will go through ten sessions spaced more frequently throughout the first two months and then ease out of the program in the last month. This offers 90 days, which is over the average of success for scientific change, according to the European Journal of Social Psychology, which has researched the topic in depth. To add, most people come to the program with a series of habits that they wish to transform, so the extra time is a safety net of support.