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The Sinclair Method, One Little Pill, the C Three Foundation, Babylon Confidential and The Cure for Alcoholism.
In this segment of All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, Dr. Robi Ludwig and Gabrielle Glaser discuss Glaser's April 2015 article in The Atlantic and the lack of scientific data available to support Alcoholics Anonymous as a first-line treatment for alcohol use disorder.
Hilarious as always, Claudia appears on AM Northwest not only to talk about alcohol addiction, TSM, and her work in the C Three Foundation, but also to share some of the Tribble incident, George Clooney, Babylon 5, and more of her iconic stories. We also hear about her latest projects, Runestone, a TV show featuring Vikings, and Wolf's Empire, a science fiction series due out soon! (12:21)
Claudia, in her very best game show announcer manner, challenges YOU to help raise awareness of the Sinclair Method with three mouse clicks. The takeaway? Join a growing movement to help prevent the deaths of 3.3 million folks every year from alcoholism. Need more? Claudia offers up the chance to have her (personally) follow you until death do you and social media part. (1:54)
Claudia, Dr. Adi Jaffe, Meredith Baxter, and Dr. Charles Sophy hash out the various methods of alcoholism recovery, including the Sinclair Method, AA and the 12 Step Program, and therapy, and their pitfalls. Why do some people find AA so helpful while others simply continue to fall off the metaphorical wagon? How does the Sinclair Method work, and what goes wrong when it doesn't? When does dual-diagnosis come into play? Learn more from these experts!
On this good-natured Addiction Recovery radio show, Claudia talks TSM: Can it work for cross-addictions? How does one make the most of an opiate-blocker not only to extinguish addictive behaviors but to encourage healthy ones? What kind of patient will benefit most from naltrexone? Bonus: hear from callers using TSM themselves! (52:06)
If the science makes your head spin, enjoy hearing the personal side of naltrexone from Claudia herself in her interview with Shira Goldberg: how bad things were, what she tried, how she found the naltrexone, what happened next, and what she wants to do now. Want to know who the heck Dr. Sinclair and Dr. Eskapa are, anyway? Want to know why you haven't heard much about TSM? Want to know why Scotland is so innovative? This laughter- and wit-filled interview will explain. (51:00)
This trailer for One Little Pill, featuring Dr. David Sinclair, reveals the astounding findings of Sinclair's years of research in Finland and has inspired hundreds to help make the documentary possible. Hear how one of the most basic concepts of psychology--classical conditioning--can help save millions of lives. (3:08)
We've learned from Claudia what TSM is and how it works, but how did this method emerge in the first place? Dr. David Sinclair enthusiastically explains the progress of his research from his graduate school days to the development of TSM many tests and many years later. Furthermore, he explores several of the obstacles that must be overcome for TSM to become a mainstream treatment option. (13:13)
Claudia introduces her book Babylon Confidential, a memoir, as she describes, of “love, sex, and addiction.” Here, she also introduces a cause very close to her heart: the treatment of alcohol addiction through The Sinclair Method. (1:49)
Claudia describes her first experience performing and why she chose to dedicate the early years of her life to the career. (1:59)
In this video, Claudia reveals the driving impetus behind such a bold and unapologetic narrative of her years as an alcohol addict: she dreams that someday people will know all of their options for treating addiction, including TSM. (3:32)
Claudia informally describes the nature of her memoir Babylon Confidential, especially her discovery of TSM after trying nearly everything she could find (and we do mean everything!) (1:57)
From the year she met him (1983) to the year he passed away (2011), Claudia describes Jeff Conaway as a “kind, generous, and sweet man” despite the addictions that ravaged his life. His death has only steeled her resolve to bring awareness to the treatment options available not only to alcoholics but also to those, like Jeff, who suffer from opiate addiction, as well as most types of compulsive and dangerous behaviors. (3:00)
Emily Craven questions Claudia primarily on her book, Babylon Confidential, but also on anything from Babylon 5 to her life and relationships to her upcoming science fiction book to her opinions on exercise. It’s a veritable cornucopia of information you never knew you never knew! (53:48)
A cheerful and singing Claudia thanks her supporters and has a special birthday request! (0:37)
Michael Senoff and Chris Costello interview Dr. Sinclair on TSM and naltrexone, answering many questions including who this method works for, how it was discovered, how it works, other possible uses, and more! Tagline: “I can’t believe he’s giving this all away.” (9:51)