Smoking is a behavior that is maintained by four different processes, making it a difficult behavior to change. The four processes are physical, social, behavioral and psychological. Each individual person’s addiction to smoking uses the various processes in more or less degrees. The clients who attend this group will identify which processes support their unique smoking behavior, impacting their ability to quit. After each person identifies what drives their smoking behavior, interventions will be designed by the group with the help of the facilitator to alter the particular process. Continued participation in the group will result in increased understanding, intervention and support to cease smoking.