Smoking cessation programs may be an important component in the implementation of worksite smoking policies. One study examines the impact of a smoke-free policy and the effectiveness of an accompanying hypnotherapy smoking cessation program. In the study, participants in the 90-minutes smoking cessation seminar were surveyed 12 months the program was implemented. Seventy one percent of the smokers participated in the hypnotherapy program. Fifteen percent of survey respondents quit and remained continuously abstinent. These results suggest that hypnotherapy may be an attractive alternative smoking cessation method, particularly when used in conjunction with a smoke-free worksite policy that offers added incentive for smokers to think about quitting. (Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Vol. 37)