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Videos Beginning with "A"

A 3-D PERSPECTIVE ON TRAINING THE YOUNG ADULT CHRONIC PATIENT
Dr. Bert Pepper gives a keynote address to The Information Exchange fifth annual national conference. The young adult long-term clients are overviewed with an emphasis on the int ersection of psychiatric difficulties with drug and alcohol problems. (1989, 45 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Counselors

ACHIEVING INTIMACY: OVERCOMING CO-DEPENDENCY, PARTS 1 & 2
Through the unique and engaging teaching style of nationally known speaker Robert Subby, in combination with personal accounts from two recovering couples, viewers will have an up-close and personal view of the many dimensions of intimacy within relationships in recovery. Part 1 - 38 Min. Part 2 - 25 Min. (1992)
Selected Audience:   Couples in recovery

AD LIBBING IT
This video is an irreverent look at how advertisers try to hook young people on cigarettes and alcohol. This humorous program exposes these advertising practices and shows reviewers how they can be manipulated. (1993, 17 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adults

ADDICTIVE RELATIONSHIPS
This video series shows how addictive relationships are formed and maintained. Terence Gorski and Claudia Black present practical techniques for recognizing and overcoming common relationship problems and the personality styles that drive them. Tape 1- 30 Min. Tape 2- 30 Min. Tape 3- 30 Min.(1989)
Selected Audience:   Co-dependents/Therapists/ Recovering adult children of alcoholics

ADOLESCENT TREATMENT APPROACHES
Multidimensional issues that surround adolescent substance abuse are identified along with strategies for helping these high risk youth. The videotape stresses the importance of understanding the specific needs that accompany adolescents' development as the key to success in treatment. (1991, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   All target audiences/Treatment counselors

AIDS
Dr. Evelyn Fisher, M.D., from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, explains the disease of AIDS. This video includes pictures of the medical complications of AIDS including Kaposi's Sarcoma, and leukoplakia. (1987, 60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse professionals/Medical personnel

AIDS AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
The education of transmission is necessary to dispel myths. The rates of HIV/AIDS with chemically dependent people are continuing to rise because of the connection with substance abuse and high risk sexual encounters. This video explains how transmission occurs and how the testing process works. It also reviews physical symptoms and signs. (1988, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

AIDS: COMMUNITY INFORMATION FOR THE '90s
This video was designed by public health specialists for community, educator, and student viewing. Clear presentation discusses myths and realities, treatment program and guidelines for prevention. (1992, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Community/Teens/Adults

AIDS UPDATE: THE LATEST FACTS ABOUT HIV AND AIDS
This program looks at concerns of HIV and AIDS. It covers topics like such as ways to avoid infection, risky behaviors, what is HIV, what is AIDS, the effects on the white blood cells and the immune system. This program contains, a video, activity sheets, fact sheets and a questionnaire. Please reproduce the paper items when using this program. (2004, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

ALCOHOL, DRUGS, AND KIDS
Four teenagers who started drinking or using drugs at an early age share their experiences. The video dramatizes their stories in flashbacks while the teens talk about why they started and how it came to control their lives. The teens stress that help is always available. (1989, 18 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Preteen/Teens

ALCOHOL: ITíS NOT FOR ME
Alcohol use is growing nationally among preteens and even among youngsters of primary age. This video is aimed at children, who may find themselves in situations similar to that experienced by the actors. The program tells how to avoid such circumstances and what to do if avoidance isnít possible. (1998, 8 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 1-4

ALCOHOL SERVER VIDEO- YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES
This video is designed to teach bartenders and other wait staff to determine how to tell if a customer has had too much to drink. It also shows how to make alternative suggestions for other non-alcohol drinks if someone seems to have had too much to drink. (2001, 19 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Bartenders, waitress, other adults

ALCOHOLISM
Society and the media encourage drinking, but for people like Megan, who began drinking as a teenager, that encouragement meant disaster. Eventually, with professional help, she was able to recognize her "hidden" addiction and fight back. Along with health professionals featured in the program, Megan points out the symptoms of alcoholism, the body's dependency on the drug, and the deadly progress of the disease. (1987, 10 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Alcohol treatment centers/Hospitals/ Families and friends of alcoholics/Any group concerned with alcohol abuse

AMERICA NEEDS ME DRUG FREE
This video goes beyond the simple "just say no" message. It addresses tough interpersonal issues facing kids today. Four young students, with help from Professor Trustworthy and a talking computer, learn how to keep themselves safe. (1988,37 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 3-6

ANALYZING TOBACCO & ALCOHOL MESSAGES - MEDIA SHARP
This two-part, seven-minute video accompanies the MediaSharp guide. Each part is designed to complement your existing activities. This video is also designed to help you enhance the ability of youth to assess media messages, increase their understanding of the potential influence of such messages and heighten their ability to resist the influence on their behavior. (1998, 19 Min.)
Selected Audience:  Junior and Senior High

AMERICA NEEDS ME DRUG FREE
This video goes beyond the simple "just say no" message. It addresses tough interpersonal issues facing kids today. Four young students, with help from Professor Trustworthy and a talking computer, learn how to keep themselves safe. (1988,37 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Grades 3-6

ANGER, VIOLENCE AND YOU
Miles McPherson challenges todayís youth to examine the basics of conflict, anger, and violence through the influence of society, media, economics and the family. He encourages teens to realize their responsibility in resolving issues and brings hope to kids battling low self-esteem, stress and the sense of helplessness. (1994, 42 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teen/Adult

ANSWERS WE KNOW
This video addresses the realities of alcohol addiction and answers questions about why medical scientists have concluded that alcoholism is a primary disease not a symptom of some other psychological or mental disorder.(1988, 26 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Care professionals/EAP personnel/General public

ARE YOU TALKING TO ME?
This video uses fast-paced realistic scenes featuring students performing real-life situations ranging from experimentation with alcohol and other gateway drugs to involvement with cocaine, crack, and heroin. Teenage pregnancy, suicide, peer pressure, family relationships, and the harsh realities of criminal action highlight the effects of substance abuse on every aspect of a user's life. (1988, 29 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school

ASSESSMENT
Standardized tools facilitate the clinician's job by eliciting accurate information and helping the clinician make the right decisions. Specific adult and adolescent tools examined include the ASI, the POSIT, the APSI, and PEI. (1991, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Treatment counselors

AVOIDING COLLISIONS: HOW TO SURVIVE THE TEENAGE DRIVING YEAR
This educational video challenges teen drivers to re-evaluate their driving habits by examining four areas of concern - speeding, night driving, safety belt use and drinking and driving. (1994, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teen drivers