The Cooper/Clayton Method to Stop Smoking:

A Twelve-week Comprehensive Program

The Cooper/Clayton Method to Stop Smoking is an effective smoking cessation method which addresses all aspects of smoking.  The Method uses the nicotine patch, nicotine gum, or nicotine lozenge and it also provides twelve-intense education sessions and weekly support group meetings.

This method is successful because there is a long-term support group; the training is designed to achieve and maintain abstinence; and it uses proven nicotine replacement products.

The facilitators are trained in evaluating individual smoking patterns, understanding behavior modifications techniques, how to lead group discussions, and how to minimize relapse.

There is no charge for the class.  The only cost to the participant is for the nicotine patches, gum, or lozenges.  Classes will meet for one hour, once a week.

For more information, please contact Eric Karls

502-863-8219

eric_karls@georgetowncollege.edu