|Cognitive behavioral skills training||Instructions, modeling, rehearsal, and feedback to teach smokers how to change their smoking behavior. Examples include:|
|Motivational interviewing||Motivational interviewing is a goal-oriented, client-centered counseling style that aims to elicit behavior change by helping smokers explore and resolve ambivalence about making changes in their behavior. The method relies on counselors eliciting from the clients their own motivations for change, rather than imposing a treatment plan on the smoker.|
|Incentives||Incentives, usually provided as cash or vouchers, can be used to motivate smokers to try to quit and to reward them for making changes in their smoking behaviors.|
Adapted from references 81-85.