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Mini-sessions with Dr. Seidman

Mini-sessions with Dr. Seidman is an innovative approach delivering a positive smoking cessation experience.

Attitudinal, behavioral and emotional interventions produce short-term changes helpful in building successful long-term outcomes.

Each of the 7 different parts are targeted, so listeners quickly find what they need.

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The podcast is now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Audacy, Deezer, Amazon Music/Audible, Libsyn, Gaana, Player FM, Resso, Boomplay, JioSaavn and YouTube.

“This podcast will help you on your journey to being a non smoker! It gives the major ideas you need available to reset your long pattern of handling some emotional states with that horribly addictive drug nicotine.

As an ex smoker for 17 years, this podcast made me think about quitting with pride—and the importance of getting all the help you can. I smoked heavily for 30 years and failed many times to quit. This is exactly the kind of guidance I needed to finally help me quit for good!”
—Elizabeth Reese, LCSW, Psychotherapist

“That is great work, Daniel—BRAVO!!!”
—Mike Roizen MD Chief Wellness Officer, Emeritus, and Professor Cleveland Clinic and Staff Physician in Executive Health and in Wellness


Dr. Daniel Seidman is a clinical psychologist practicing in New York City. For 25 years he was Director of Smoking Cessation Services at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. He is author of Smoke-Free in 30 Days (Simon & Schuster, 2009) and Helping the Hard-core Smoker: A Clinician’s Guide (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999). He was featured as an expert when Oprah Winfrey devoted her whole show to quitting smoking in January of 2008. The show took place in front of a studio audience of 300 smokers, and millions of viewers worldwide. Dr. Seidman has a blog called “Widening the Lens” on Psychology Today.


Praise for Smoke-Free in 30 Days

Dan Seidman has given us a thoughtful, concise, and invaluable book. Read it. Recognize yourself. Quit.
—Dr. Allan M. Lans
He is a thoughtful, articulate writer who puts the issues in concrete terms for those who struggle with quitting to those who are on the treatment side….
—Herbert Pardes, M.D.
Give this book to someone you care about who would like to quit but feels they can’t. You couldn’t give a more important present.
—Steven A. Schroeder, M.D.


Email Daniel at drseidman@qsnpodcast.com or by using the button below.


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