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Annual Awareness Hour Program Begins In January 2013

March 13th, 2013 – Posted by Betty Ford Center in Media
Tags: Alcohol and Other Drugs Awareness Hour Education


The Alcohol and Other Drugs Awareness Hour is celebrating its 37th year with a series of lectures being held from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences on the Eisenhower Medical Center campus. There is no charge for the lecture series, which begins January 12, 2013.

This year’s season is dedicated to the memory of James W. West, MD, former Medical Director of the Betty Ford Center.

Following is the schedule of 2013 lectures:

January 12, 2013
Topic: “An Historic Intervention”
Speaker:  John T. Schwarzlose
CEO Emeritus, Betty Ford Center

January 19, 2013
Topic:  “I Get it….Now: A Wounded Soldier’s Story of Recovery and Redemption”
Speaker:  Steve McCullough, MS
Major U.S. Army (retired)   
Pacific Grove, CA

January 26, 2013
Topic:  “Nothing Happens Until Something Moves”
Speaker:  Bill Ryan, RAS
Addiction Specialist, Interventionist, Life Coach
Scottsdale, AZ

February 16, 2013
Topic:  “Recovery Audit”
Speaker:  Harry Haroutunian, MD
Physician Director, Residential Treatment;Licensed Professional Program
Betty Ford Center

February 23, 2013
Topic:  “Unpacking Bill Wilson’s Letter on Emotional Sobriety”
Speaker:  Allen Berger, Ph.D.
Author, Lecturer, Motivator
Redondo Beach, CA

March 23, 2013
Topic:  “Spirituality and Recovery”
Speaker:  Reverend Leo Booth, M. Div, CADAC
Author, Lecturer, Trainer
Long Beach, CA

April 6, 2013
Topic:  “Back to the Future”
Speaker:  Panel Discussion
Inspiring Stories of Recovery

Related posts:

  1. 2012 Alcohol Awareness Hour Begins this Month
  2. Alcohol Awareness Hour Underway
  3. Awareness Hour Anniversary
  4. Betty Ford Center Annual Women’s Symposium Set for March
  5. Networking Education Series Begins Soon


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