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In this comedic romp, a determined financial advisor is convinced life works best when he’s in charge–until he tries to return a fax machine to a local electronics…

trilogy of recovery film posters

A historical thriller starring Kurtwood Smith as famed psychologist B.F. Skinner as he conducts a chilling experiment into the nature of addiction in his Harvard University lab. Why…

Young woman

This film shows 4 women incarcerated due to their behavior while using alcohol and drugs, then found sobriety and have not had to return to substance abuse or…

Cravings Identification and Management (CIM) is based on the addiction treatment model developed by Dr. Alex Stalcup. Craving is broadly defined as the desire to use alcohol or…

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Although some signs of relapse are very obvious, other signs are subtle and tend to knock us off our feet. Counselor Rosetta Oliver explains the relapse process, identifying…

A plastic model of a brain- the skull translucent- stands in a public place

Wendy Richardson addresses many of the myths surrounding attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) and outlines its characteristics and common symptoms. She graphically explains how brain function is effected by AD/HD…

Yount boy through glass

Dr. Cardwell Nuckols addresses why early childhood neglect or abuse is a consistent finding in criminal justice offenders and people with addiction who chronically relapse. He explains how…

Hands

In this film, Earnie Larsen, famed author and lecturer, brings together an assorted group of people in recovery from meth of all ages and backgrounds. In a group…

Man looking down

In this dynamic presentation, Dr. Keppler invites the audience to look past their own personal views of the drug marijuana, and to look instead at marijuana’s effects and…

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Dr. Carlos Tirado, addiction psychiatrist, leads us through a compelling look at the other diseases and negative effects of the risky behaviors drug and alcohol users so often…

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