SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM
ARE YOU TIRED OF BEING ENTANGLED IN THE HABIT OF SMOKING OR USING TOBACCO PRODUCTS?
have you been trying to quit and have found yourself unable to stop?
we can help!
Beginning in 2019, Trinity Evexia Enterprises, LLC will offer a Smoking Cessation Coaching program designed to help individuals free themselves from the entanglement of smoking and tobacco use. Tobacco use has been found to be harmful to the health of users since reported by the Surgeon General in 1964. In fact, over five (5) out of ten (10) people who smoke will die from a preventable smoking related disease. That’s more than a whopping 50% of smokers who will die from a preventable smoking related disease.
Science has demonstrated the highly habit-forming nature of tobacco use. Often this is a habit that is started before the age of 18. Generally, most people who start smoking and find themselves entangled in the habit of smoking or tobacco use want to quit. In fact, research has shown that at least 70% of tobacco users want to quit using, but only about 7% are able to quit “Cold Turkey.” Regardless of when a person begins smoking or using a tobacco product, we can help.
The Smoking Cessation Coaching program of Trinity Evexia Enterprises, LLC addresses the cognitive and behavioral sides of the smoking habit. Systematically working with clients we help them identify the approach that works best for them and then coach them as they execute their quit plan. Using models and techniques derived from evidence-based tobacco cessation science, neuro-linguistic programming, hypnosis, and self-leadership theory the coaching program offers a unique approach to helping its clients quit smoking.
Trinity Evexia Enterprises, LLC will be offering clients the choice of two structured tobacco use cessation programs, an individual tobacco use cessation program or a group tobacco use cessation program. The individual program will offer a more customized approach to tobacco use cessation, while the group will offer participants the opportunity to develop a socially supportive tobacco cessation network and a larger accountability mechanism that can support the quit effort.