Throughout the year, CTI conducts free virtual trainings to support ongoing education in tobacco treatment, prevention and policy change. The CTI Training and Education Team offers a variety of webinars that allow you to earn continuing education credits and learn without leaving your desk.
All webinars from the 2018-19 season have been completed, please check our calendar for additional professional development opportunities and sign up for our e-newsletter to be notified when webinars are scheduled.
Previously recorded webinars are available for viewing, click on the webinar title for additional information and viewing.
- All About the Maine Tobacco HelpLine (April 2018)
- Assessment of the Tobacco User: Considerations for Treatment (January 2018)
- Basic Skills Refresher (April 2019)
- Building Capacity for Delivering Tobacco Treatment in a Behavioral Health Setting (November 2017)
- Building Capacity for Delivering Evidence-Based Tobacco Treatment in a Clinical Setting (October 2017)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – CBT (February 2019)
- Deconstructing Cravings: Tales of Self-Doubt and Fear (May 2019)
- Electronic Cigarettes & Smoking Cessation: What Does the Research Say? (March 2019)
- Heard on the Maine Tobacco HelpLine: Participant Statements & Counselor Responses (December 2018)
- Helping People Change: Principles of Motivational Interviewing (February 2019)
- “I Don’t Want to Quit” – Promoting the Motivation to Quit (November 2018)
- Relapse Prevention Planning in Tobacco Treatment (January 2019)
- Report on a Pilot Project: Integrating Tobacco Treatment into an Opioid Treatment Program (January 2019)
- The Center for Tobacco Independence Communications Strategies: An Overview and Review of New Websites (January 2019)
- Tobacco and Other Substances (May 2019)
- Tobacco and Other Substance Use Disorders (December 2017)
- Tobacco Interventions in a Behavioral Setting (November 2017)
- Tobacco Interventions in a Clinical Setting (September 2017)
- Tobacco Treatment Medications (November 2017)
- Understanding Substance Use and Addiction (February 2018)