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  • Published: 1 January 2015
  • ISBN: 9781473502178
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

Stop Smoking with CBT

The most powerful way to beat your addiction




Train your brain to quit smoking once and for all – with expert help from an NHS doctor and former smoker.

Dr Max Pemberton used to describe himself as ‘in love with smoking’. Ironically, he was doctor specialised in addiction but found it impossible to quit – until he found CBT.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is now widely recognised as the most effective treatment for overcoming addicting. Stop Smoking with CBT draws explicitly on this set of mind-training tools to help you stop smoking once and for all.

Dr Pemberton guides you through the process of quitting through his addiction expertise and his experience as a smoker wanting to quit, and helps you avoid the common pitfalls that new ex-smokers encounter. His method will:
- Stop nicotine cravings
- Transform how you think about smoking
- Make your desire to smoke simply melt away

With Dr Pemberton’s proven approach, you won’t worry about gaining weight or staying calm without cigarettes. You will train your brain to live without smoking once and for all. Most importantly, you’ll discover that stopping smoking is one of the most exciting and exhilarating things that you can do!

Dr Max Pemberton has spent many years working with people to overcome addiction. He’s also a bestselling author of Trust Me, I’m a Junior Doctor and a prolific writer in the areas of healthcare, ethics, culture and the NHS, with a regular column in The Daily Mail.

  • Pub date: 1 January 2015
  • ISBN: 9781473502178
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 208

About the Author

Dr Max Pemberton

Dr Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. He is a columnist for The Daily Telegraph, writing weekly on news events concerning culture, social and ethical issues, the politics of health care and the NHS. He is also a columnist for Reader’s Digest and a regular contributor to the Mail On Sunday. He has written three books: Trust Me I’m a Junior Doctor, Where Does It Hurt? and The Doctor Will See You Now. He’s also fronted the investigative strand on Channel Four’s primetime series How Not to Get Old.


Praise for Stop Smoking with CBT

“A fresh approach to quitting for life”

Natasha Harding, The Sun


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