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Smoking Cessation: Intentional Quitting
Mon 09/23-12/06
Instructor: Jayna Rogers
Location: TBD
Not BeWell berry eligible

Learn how the brain impacts our ability to quit smoking and develop the skills you need to finally be free from nicotine. The Stanford Health Improvement Program is offering this FREE smoking cessation program for benefits-eligible Stanford University employees along with their families and dependents (14 years and older). Free, over-the-counter aids for nicotine cessation are included.

This program begins with an initial 20-minute intake phone call followed by one 60-minute in-person consultation on the Stanford campus. Following the in-person consultation, the instructor and the participant move forward with sessions that support the process of letting go of smoking. Participants typically find that 10 sessions over one year are helpful to support the quitting process.

Instructor: Jayna Rogers, MPH, is a smoking cessation specialist for Stanford’s Health Improvement Program and has facilitated smoking cessation programs and provided individual consultation for more than 20 years.

Category: Healthy Living : Prevention & Medical Management
Levels: All Levels
Fee: $275.00 , STAP/EA Funds: No
Enrollment: Current: 0   (Min: 0, Max: 2)
Class Code: sciq-04a

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Smoking Cessation: Intentional Quitting - for University Employees and Dependents
Mon 09/23-12/06
Instructor: Jayna Rogers
Location: TBD
BeWell Berry

Learn how the brain impacts our ability to quit smoking and develop the skills you need to finally be free from tobacco. HIP offers this FREE tobacco cessation program for benefits-eligible university employees, their families, and their dependents (14 years and older). Free over-the-counter aids for tobacco cessation are included. This program begins with an initial 20-minute intake phone call, followed by one 60-minute in-person consultation on the Stanford campus. Following the in-person consultation, the instructor and the participant move forward with sessions that support the process of letting go of tobacco. Participants typically find that 10 sessions over one year are helpful to support the quitting process.

Instructor: Jayna Rogers, MPH, is a smoking cessation specialist for Stanford’s Health Improvement Program and has facilitated smoking cessation programs and provided individual consultation for more than 15 years.

Category: Healthy Living : Prevention & Medical Management
Levels: All Levels
Fee: $0.00 , STAP/EA Funds: No
Enrollment: Current: 0   (Min: 0, Max: 2)
Class Code: sciq-04