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More than 330 scientific studies validate behavioral and cognitive therapies.

Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the only non-drug approaches that is scientifically proven effective. Specifically, CBT can learn strategies to cope with the urge to smoke (avoidance strategies, replacement, coping, pushback, etc.). They also help to think of stopping smoking in the long run, in the perspective of a better quality of life. Emphasis is placed on knowing and mastering these strategies in order to increase the subject's confidence in his / her ability to achieve abstinence.


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