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Tobacco Treatment Counseling with Behavioral Health Patients – Can it be done? (1:00 - 2:00 PM EST)
People living with mental illness or substance use disorders (i.e. behavioral health conditions) have disproportionately higher rates of tobacco use than the general population. As a result, they also have higher rates of tobacco-related morbidity and mortality. To address these disparities, behavioral health providers must actively provide tobacco treatment and promote cessation among clients.

This one-hour webinar event will review the 5A's of tobacco treatment, an evidence-based treatment model for working with tobacco dependent clients. Specific behavioral treatment strategies will be discussed, including ways to motivate clients who may be hesitant to quit and key issues to address when providing counseling.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Describe the impact of a behavioral health diagnosis on quitting smoking
• Summarize how clinicians can counsel behavioral health patients to quit tobacco successfully
• Provide a brief review of motivational interviewing (MI) techniques

ACCREDITATION:
• FREE CME/CEUs is available for eligible participants (MD/DO, PA, NP, nursing, social work, mental health counselors, addiction counselors) who join the LIVE webinar event on 3/04. Participants will receive instructions on how to claim credit via the post-webinar email. For questions regarding continuing education, please contact CME@iu.edu.

WEBINAR QUESTIONS:
• Please contact Kayla Hsu at kmhsu@iu.edu

Mar 4, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Frank Vitale, MA
National Director @Pharmacy Partnership for Tobacco Cessation
Frank Vitale has worked in the smoking cessation field since 1987 designing cessation programs, educating over 20,000 health professionals in how to help patients stop tobacco use, and counseling nearly 10,000 patients to quit. Frank has been a member of the Rx for Change team since the program’s inception.