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LA Alcohol Rehab Detox _ 877 648 1344 _ LA Alcoholism Intervention Counseling


 

LA Alcohol Rehab Detox _ 877 648 1344 _ LA Alcoholism Intervention Counseling – drug “free drug rehab” “teen drug rehab” “holistic drug rehab” “drug rehab programs” “drug addiction rehab” “inpatient drug rehab” “drug rehab treatment” “dr…

 

The Meadows Wickenburg Sponsors “An Evening with John Bradshaw” in Houston

Filed under: inpatient drug treatment centers

The Meadows trauma and addiction treatment center in Wickenburg, Arizona, is a co-sponsor with the Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston for “An Evening with John Bradshaw” on March 21, 2013, from 7:00 to 8:30pm at the Council on Alcohol and Drugs …
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John Bradshaw – Bradshaw On: The Family – pt5.wmv


 

John Bradshaw – Bradshaw On: The Family – pt5.wmv – Here’s the fifth of ten excerpts from my series Bradshaw On: The Family. Check my video section for other clips.

 

Vallejo youths recall battle with drug addiction at Red Ribbon event

Filed under: drug addiction help for families

young man who spoke, Justin Stancliffe, 21, recalled growing up with drug-addicted parents as he attended Vallejo High. "For four years, I was enrolled at this school, but I was never there," Stancliffe said, remembering how he would drink and get high …
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John Bradshaw Interview With Tom Snyder on “Family Secrets”


 

John Bradshaw Interview with Tom Snyder on “Family Secrets” – John Bradshaw, New York Times Best Selling Author, PBS Partner, Television Talk Show Host (MGM), Senior Fellow at The Meadows Treatment Center and Workshop Leader shares stories about his book Family Secrets in this 1995 interview with TV host Tom Snyder. John helps us understand how secrets are never secret and how hiding can harm you, your family and loved ones. Secrets include childhood abuse, addictions, neglect and its multi-generational affect on our relationships and how we can track those often multi-generational dsyfunctions down and overcome our past to have a better future for ourselves and our families. more at johnbradshaw.com