Protecting Sobriety with the Science of Safety

Memo to Self:

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The Brain in Recovery

How do I protect myself from making poor choices when my capacity for decision-making is itself impaired?

The Science of Safety:

Using risk management instead of punishment to prevent relapse

Predictors of recovery success:

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The Institute For Addiction Study

Addiction is a potentially fatal illness - but it is also eminently recoverable. Certain groups of recovering people - healthcare professionals, commercial airline pilots, and even college students - enjoy extraordinarily high recovery rates. What do they do that gives them this success?

 

The Institute For Addiction Study second film

 

The film “Memo to Self”, is the second film made by The Institute for Addiction Study and is an introduction to the concepts and practices of Recovery Management and the support systems that increase a person’s chances of staying sober. Recovery is neither rare nor random - with the right kind of support, it can even be expected.

The Institute for Addiction Study is pleased to announce the introduction of three new products.

First, our new booklet My Slices of Cheese. This pocket size booklet allows you to record your own recovery safety plan by being guided, step by step, through your our ten step process leading to recovery. The information presented in Memo to Self and My Slices of Cheese are both designed to help in achieving sustained sobriety.

Second, Pleasure Unwoven is now available in Closed Captioning. We are very much aware of how important it is to make this award winning film about the disease of addiction available to everyone.

Third, we have bundled together our newest film, “Memo to Self” with it's accompanying booklet “My Slices of Cheese”. In this film, Dr. McCauley outlines ten steps anyone can follow to assist in achieving sustained sobriety. My Slices of Cheese allows you to record your own personal safety plan leading to sustained sobriety.

We would like to get our products into the hands of those who need them at the most affordable price point possible. For large quantity discounts, please contact the Institute directly at (801) 456-0765.

Memo to self Documentary Event Addiction Study

 

Join us in Tulsa Oklahoma for a screening of our new documentary "Memo to Self". The film will be shown at the Circle Cinema in Tulsa on Monday Sept. 26th from 7 pm to 8:30 pm 

 

Come to the screening and meet filmmaker Dr. Kevin McCauley. Doors will open at 6:40 pm and the movie will start at 7 pm.

 

FREE ADMISSION

 

Please RSVP by clicking HERE.

Watch the trailer CLICK HERE

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