CE Course-Smoking Cessation and Depression
The relationship between depression and smoking is a significant concern among health professionals. Smokers often have a cigarette when they feel down. This reliance on cigarettes to manage mood can keep smokers from even trying to quit. And if they do quit, feelings of depression can get them started smoking again. This course addresses key strategies to help smokers with depression 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 Robert Anthenelli, MD, previously the Associate Chief of Staff for Mental Health at the VA San Diego Healthcare System and Vice Chair for Veterans Affairs. He was formerly a Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine where he founded and directed the Center for Treatment, Research & Education in Addictive Disorders and the Addiction Sciences Division.
- Provider Fact Sheet: Tobacco Cessation for Persons with Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders
- Patient Fact Sheet: Mood and Smoking