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Dependancy Cessation Seminar

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Stop Smoking

I. Table of Contents
II. Program Design

III. Scope of Services (Disclaimer form/contracts)
IV. Promotional Materials (Fliers, Body Maps, CDs, DVDs, etc.)
V. Program Schedule
VI. Agendas (For each session including)

    A. Lecture
    B. Handouts
    C. Group planning and Assessment Forms: session summaries

VII. Client Data

    A. Group Attendance Rosters (Sign-in sheets)
    B. Referral Log

VIII. Evaluation Tools (Sample)

    A. Needs Assessment Tools (Sample and Complete)
    B. Pre and Post Tests and Self-Assessment Questioners  (Sample only)
    C. Program Evaluation for Participants (Sample and Complete)
    D. Supervisory Monitoring Tools

PROGRAM DESIGN

Start and End Dates: Month, year - of the 6 week seminar series    
Behavioral Science Model Used*: Health Belief      Social Cognitive      Transtheoretical Stages of Change
Learning Typologies: Binary             Multiple Intelligences     Vigotski Type Indicator
Fourfold 
Positive Employee   Creativity          Civic Competency          Mental Health
Development Competencies: Thinking & Reasoning        Our Bodies      Social Competencies
Target Population(s):  Anyone addicted to smoking tobacco
Target # Outreached: Closed group 8 or less/Open group up (no more then 10 people per session)
Funding: Foundations     Corporate    Private
Professional Resources/Organizations:   Dr. Victoria Anderson PhD
Total Hours:  It is recommended that all 6 weeks are completed
Purpose of the Seminar: To eliminate BOTH the nicotine AND the psychological dependancy of tobacco. Following the fourth week of the program, the clients will be free of the bond of nicotine dependancy. By the conclusion of the 6 week seminar series, they will also be free of the psychological dependancy of tobacco, a KEY element that neither pharmaceuticals nor nicotine replacement.

Primary  methodologies used:
Materials  used: “Science of breath” by Swami Rama, Rudolph Ballentine, M.D., Alan Hymes, M.D, Andrew Weild “From Morphine to Chocolate”, Ernest Holmes “The Science of Mind”, Self-Hypnosis by Cherith Powell and Greg Forde, Chakra Balancing by Anodea Judith, Energy Tapping by Fred P. Gallo, Ph.D., Harry Vincenzi, Ed. D.

TARGET POPULATION  

Demographics:  Low income people who are trying to reach better mental, physical and spiritual place and anyone who is interested in a healthy lifestyle changes. 
Risks and Needs: This population is at risk for stress, anxiety, poor concentration and performance, high-risk coping mechanisms such as excessive use cigarettes, poor physical state and inability of fulfillment.
Strengths: The client has already shown the interest by his/her presence at this: seminar, bringing with them the basic knowledge.

GOALS/OBJECTIVES/OUTCOME

Goal :

The clients will learn to develop a deep emotional commitment to quitting smoking

Objective(s):

1.1 The clients will learn to identify when they are experiencing a strong urge smoke 

Objective(s): 

1.2 The clients will practice the urge reduction techniques learned during the seminar

Outcome(s):

*Clients will learn to understand their stressors and combat them. They will learn to re-pattern their daily activities to counter triggers that could lead to smoking in the future. They will become more productive, healthy employees fully in control of their lives having realized they CAN achieve success and release themselves from the bonds of tobacco.

Goal :

Clients will demonstrate an increase in self reliance and a decrease in the daily cigarette use

Objective(s):

2.1 Clients will demonstrate an interest in self change and a decrease in the urge to smoke

Objective(s):

2.2 The clients will maintain living without cigarettes through affirmations and breathing techniques

Outcome(s):

*Clients will demonstrate an effective and consistent dosage of nicotine through the day

Goal : 

Clients will learn to understand their stressors and combat them through yoga, Tai – Chi.

Objective(s): 

3.1 The clients will learn to manage their ability to maintain staying away from cigarettes

Objective(s):

3.2 The clients will practice to be free of the bond of nicotine dependancy

Outcome(s):

 *Clients will learn techniques on managing and addressing their fears about withdrawal and their social status change

EVALUATION

Evaluation Tools:
Staff Responsible 
Frequency
Goals/Objectives
  • Pre-and-Post Health questionnaires        
  • Pre-and Post Stress Test
  • Program Evaluations
Victoria Anderson PhD   Once at the beginning of the first session and once at the end of program Clients will report on the improvement in levels of their ability to combating urge to smoke cigarettes and a habit reversal

STARTUP ACTIVITIES:

Participants Feedback 

Target Date: day, month

Supportive Staff Recruited and Trained 

Target Date: day, month, year

Survey Tools Developed 

Target Date: Completed

Programming Materials Developed 

Target Date: Completed

Evaluation Tools Developed 

Target Date: Completed

Exhibit Space/Supplies Secured 

Separated large room

Resources Secured 

Target Date: Completed

Materials Reviewed 

Target Date: TBD

Program Design Submitted 

Target Date: day, month 

Program Design/Materials Revised 

Target Date: day, month

Press Kit Developed

Target Date: day, month

Participant Sessions Begin 

Target Date: day, month

Evaluation Process Completed

Target Date: day, month

IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES:

ACTIVITY:    Seminar Lecture
Staff Responsible: Victoria Anderson
Activity length:
15 minutes per
interview/assessment
Dates: 
Activities per week: 1 Activities per cycle: 6 Activities per year: x
People per activity:  1 Clients per cycle:  x Clients per year: x

 

ACTIVITY:  Dependancy Cessation
Staff Responsible: Victoria Anderson 

Activity length: 1 hour

Dates: once a week (Wednesdays for example)

Activities per week: 1 per week

Activities per cycle: 16

Activities per year: 48

Clients per activity: 10 people

Clients per cycle: 160

Clients per year 520

WHERE ARE THE PARTICIPANTS COMING FROM?

Method 
Target # Clients
Per  Activity 
Target # Activities 
Per Cycle 
Target #Activities  
Per Year 
Staff Responsible

Group format/
Classrooms/
Day Time Program

10
48
144
Name

Referrals from counseling, and other
programs

10
1x
3
Program Staff

Weekly Group
Announcements and Research Recruitment

10
1x
3

Names of staff

New Clients Orientation Announcements

5
8x
24

Names of staff

RESOURCES NEEDED/BUDGET:

Materials We Have:
Yoga Mats
Food – healthy cigarettes replacement snacks
Video Material
Print Material
Gift Certificates
Certificates of Completion
Miscellaneous

Materials Ordered:
Eye pillows
Aromatherapy
Journals
CD’s and tapes of Nature Sounds, guided meditations, music

Materials Needed:
Incentives
Copies of handouts
Book of Guided meditations
Miscellaneous

Linkages/Volunteers:

Agency For

Formal/Informal

Impact: Name of Input
Names of Volunteers, Names of Volunteers, Names of Volunteers,

Stop smoking and become whole

Formal

 

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