CE Course-Smoking Cessation and Anxiety
The relationship between anxiety and smoking is a significant concern among health professionals. Smokers often use cigarettes to help them manage anxiety. This reliance on cigarettes to reduce anxiety can keep smokers from even trying to quit. And if they do quit, anxiety can trigger relapse. This course addresses key strategies to help smokers with anxiety to quit.
Click below to complete the form and you’ll be able to watch the webinar and download the course materials. You can also take the course for 1.0 free CE credit. The following credits are being offered: CA BBS, APA, ASWB, CAADE, and CME.
- Webinar Recording & Slide Deck: presented by Megan Piper, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist and the Associate Director of Research at UW-Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention and an Assistant Professor in the University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine.
- Provider Fact Sheet-Tobacco Cessation for Persons with Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders