Burned and Baked: Implications and Effective Treatment Strategies of Tobacco and Marijuana - Webinar Summer Series

Zoom Meeting Connect, Rochester, MN

7/19/2021

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$30.00

Overview

July 19, 2021 ~ Burned and Baked: Implications and Effective Treatment Strategies of Tobacco and Marijuana, presented by Molly Leis, MS, LADC, LPCC, CTTS

Tobacco and cannabis use, whether mixed together or used separately, can produce some challenging health issues, problematic consequences, as well as difficult problems when attempting cessation.  This webinar will look at prevalence and implications for dual use, as well as treatment strategies.

Goals/Objectives:

  1. Identify adverse effects of regular marijuana and tobacco use
  2. Describe potential effects of simultaneous dual use.
  3. Understand and put into practice effective treatment strategies for adolescents and adults

Registration Information

The Summer Webinar Series are provided in a Zoom format. You will receive the Zoom link in a welcome email after completing registration. The cost for each session is $30.00.  You will receive 1 CEH for each session attended.

Please plan to join us and register for all three Summer Webinar Series Sessions!

June 23, 2021 ~ Women Quitting Smoking: Challenges Throughout the Lifespan, presented by Barbara Dallavalle, MA, LP, NCTTP

Statistically, women have a harder time quitting smoking than men.  Just why is this?  Learn about the many physiological challenges to a woman’s ability to quit over their life cycle, and how you can assist them in developing a quit plan that will guide them to success.
 

​​​​​July 19, 2021 ~ Burned and Baked: Implications and Effective Treatment Strategies of Tobacco and Marijuana, presented by Molly Leis, MS, LADC, LPCC, CTTS
 

Tobacco and cannabis use, whether mixed together or used separately, can produce some challenging health issues, problematic consequences, as well as difficult problems when attempting cessation.  This webinar will look at prevalence and implications for dual use, as well as treatment strategies.

August 31, 2021 ~  Health at any Age: Supporting Cessation Later in Life, presented by Therese Shumaker, MA, MS, RDN, NCTTP

By 2030 all baby boomer will be at least 65 years old.  Although there are less older adults smoking now, the aging population will certainly increase the numbers of those that need cessation services. This presentation will discuss the barriers and stigma  that the aged population face when quitting tobacco, and the empathic approaches to beak through those barriers to best help this population.


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