Stop Smoking Now
A Self-help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioural TechniquesBook - 2017
Most smokers have tried to give up smoking. It is even more difficult to avoid relapse - after days, weeks or even years - and the long-term results of many stop smoking programmes are disappointing. But this week-long programme can help you stop smoking for good. Professor David F Marks uses techniques from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), which has been proven to be effective by teaching you how to 're-program' your mind to not want to smoke. You will no longer have to rely on willpower alone to give up smoking. By becoming aware of your smoking triggers and dealing with the thoughts and behaviours that lead you to smoke automatically, over the course of a week you will gradually find your cravings disappear altogether.
Publisher: London Robinson, 2017
Edition: 2nd edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
Branch Call Number: 616.865 M34s
Characteristics: xxxii, 328 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
From Library Staff
The title says it all. This books presents a one week program using cognitive behavioural therapy techniques that will make your cravings disappear.