Twelve Steps, the Video
Designed to provide a clear understanding of the Twelve Step program and to encourage participation in the many support groups that embrace it. This inspiring view, offered by individuals who are active in the program, is an important recovery tool. It’s a wonderful substitute when actual meetings aren’t available.
Priced for personal use.
29 minutes $30.00
The Double Trouble Series
A two-part series about Dual Disorders: the complicated relationship between chemical dependency and mental illness.
Each video dramatizes common psychological conditions that
are exacerbated by the use of alcohol and other drugs.
DOUBLE TROUBLE SET - PARTS I & II $150.00
Staying Sober, Keeping Straight
Here is a video directed to everyone in treatment for chemical dependency and their families. Meet three individuals in recovery threatened with relapse. These common situations identify relapse precipitants and illustrate how such situations can be managed.
It's proven as an effective tool on this most important subject.
36 minutes $95.00
Together, Families in Recovery
A relapse prevention video designed for the entire family. Dramatic vignettes depict vital techniques for both the addict and his/her family and friends. Significantly, it also examines what might be done if recovery is not successful. Three different scenarios are presented with unique situations to each.
30 minutes $95.00
Welcome To Treatment
Two addiction counselors explain the basic elements of treatment: education, counseling, group therapy, 12 Step indoctrination, family sessions, etc. The patient and family will learn what is expected and how to benefit from the program. Also emphasized: the need for an honest and total commitment to the challenges of aftercare. Brief and to the point, this video will allay any anxiety and confusion so often prevalent with new members.
12 minutes $95.00
How to Sabotage Your Treatment
A classic in the field of chemical dependency has been re-mastered. Produced for patients in treatment to help identify the roadblocks they often place in the way of their own recovery, the video provides an excellent orientation for those first difficult days of treatment. While “the look” of the video may seem dated, the material is quite contemporary.
24 minutes $95.00
Continued Acts of Sabotage
The sequel to “How to Sabotage Your Treatment” examines how individuals in treatment impede their own recovery by engaging in counter-productive behavior. Each is seen progressing and, with one exception, improving. They draw support and inspiration from the group and learn the crucial role played by family and friends during treatment.
35 minutes $95.00
A Letter to Dad
Megan relives the trauma of growing up with an alcoholic father and an enabling mother. This drama provides a compelling explanation of co-dependency and the powerful legacy inherited by children of dysfunctional families. Launder Film and Video Review says; “Good acting and a credible, natural plot provide an absorbing, informative drama will stimulated much thought and discussion by viewers.”
35 minutes $95.00
The Promise of Recovery Series
A Psychiatric Guide for Consumers and their Families
Solid, current information for consumers, family education or staff training; helping viewers understand many aspects of mental health and how to implement a successful recovery plans. Individual segments feature interviews with specialists and actual consumers who are coping with his or her disorder.
PART ONE: PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESS
(Five-30 minute segments)
A. Understanding Psychiatric Illness and Recovery
B. How to Use Therapy and Counseling
C. The Role of Medication in Recovery
D. Developing a Relapse Plan
E. Psychiatric Illness and the Family
Part One - $95.00
PART TWO: SPECIFIC PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
(Six-30 min. segments.)
G. Borderline Personality Disorder
H. Bi-polar Illness
I. Anxiety-Panic Disorder
K. Eating Disorders
Part Two - $95.00
Full Set (11 segments) $150.00 Includes Counselor Manual & Consumer Workbook
The Mentor Series
The two videos in this collection are designed to provide an educational tool to chemical dependency counselors and other treatment specialists. Conducted by leading experts in each field, actors are used to dramatizing therapy sessions.
Part I. Relapse Prevention: Mentored by Dennis Daley, Ph.D.
Helping patients recognizing the warning signs and how to improve their cognitive skills for this most important recovery challenge. 60 minutes
Part II. Assessing Childhood Trauma: Mentored by Jane Middleton-Moz, MSW. For advanced training in counseling, it examines therapeutic techniques for looking into repressed or blocked emotions. Three case studies are dramatized.
Individual Mentor Parts I & II - $95.00 Series set - $150.00
This video is an effective tool for employers to help confront the common workplace problem of emotional displays which disrupt the workplace. It’s objective is to help employees recognize their destructive behavior and what practical steps are needed to control it. We’re introduced to five classic “anger types” (the bully, the blamer, the chronic, the short fuse and the camouflager) who attend a company seminar on anger’s debilitating effect on productivity. Then, each is seen implementing the management techniques they’ve learned, resulting in success.
20 minutes $195.00 Includes a Leader’s Guide
MANAGERS AS MEDIATORS
Before workplace disputes escalate to a high, crucial level, managers are in a position to arbitrate. This video dramatizes a feud developing two between two employees as their personal conflict worsens. Then, an intervention is staged by the department manager.
With the guidance of his Human Resource Specialist, the supervisor learns seven basic principles to restore normalcy to his department. He takes the combatants through the necessary stages to a successful resolution
30 minutes $195.00 Includes a Leader’s Guide
Gerald T. Rogers Productions