Quit and Stay Quit: A Personal Program to Stop Smoking

Quit and Stay Quit: A Personal Program to Stop Smoking

by Terry A Rustin
     
 

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A personal guidebook that leads smokers through the nicotine cessation program. Question and answer activities combined with information allow us to explore how smoking has subtly shaped our values, attitudes, and beliefs. By better understanding the nature and rituals surrounding smoking, we can develop a long-term program to quit and stay quit. This is part of

Overview

A personal guidebook that leads smokers through the nicotine cessation program. Question and answer activities combined with information allow us to explore how smoking has subtly shaped our values, attitudes, and beliefs. By better understanding the nature and rituals surrounding smoking, we can develop a long-term program to quit and stay quit. This is part of the "Quit & Stay Quit Nicotine Cessation Program." A simple, thorough, proven program to help people at any stage of nicotine use tackle the addiction—and possibly save their lives. What the "Nicotine Cessation Program" offers: -Imparts vital information about the nature and dangers of nicotine in clear, forthright language. -Enhances treatment outcomes with a multiformat program combining the best elements of behavioral therapy and Twelve Step philosophy. -Helps providers reach more clients in less time—flexible, streamlined materials adapt to specific clinical needs. -Supports a variety of counseling scenarios, including self-directed study. -Improves the odds of implementing a successful smoke- free environment for treatment, corrections, and other service providers. -Reduces the risk of relapse for chemically dependent clients.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781568381091
Publisher:
Hazelden Publishing
Publication date:
04/28/1996
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.38(w) x 8.38(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

Terry A. Rustin, M.D., is medical director of the addiction treatment program at Harris County Psychiatric Center in Texas. He conducts seminars and workshops on nicotine dependence, authors professional articles on addiction issues, and serves as the Texas chair of the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

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