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'"The QUIT FOR LIFE Programme'" is a cognitive behaviour therapy for smokers. The programme is a development of a smoking cessation programme originally developed in New Zealand by Paul Sulzberger and David Marks . This programme was called the Isis Smoking Cessation Programme. The QUIT FOR LIFE Programme was first published in 1993 the UK by the British Psychological Society (Marks, 1993). A revised and updated version was published in 2005 (Marks, 2005).

ReferencesEdit

  • Marks, D.F. (1993). "The QUIT FOR LIFE Programme:An Easier Way To Quit Smoking and Not Start Again". Leicester: British Psychological Society.
  • Marks, D.F. (2005), Overcoming Your Smoking Habit. London: Robinson.
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