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Videos Beginning with "E"

EARNIE LARSEN LIVE
Tape 1: Improving Personal Relationships - In this video, Earnie Larsen talks about the obstacle to love, some helpful exercises, what can be done, and skills to make it work. (60 Min.) Tape 2: Repressed Anger and Relation-ships - Earnie talks about anger prohibiting intimacy, helpful communication techniques, and some exercises. (60 Min.) (1992)
Selected Audience:   Recovering persons

EARNIE LARSEN "STEP BY STEP"
This four tape series provides information on substance abuse issues. Topics include: Tape 1 - Taking Personal Responsibility - Fighting the good fight - Regardless of where we came from, what our parents did for us, what about us now? (32 Min.) Tape 2 -Avoiding the Slips - Working a program of inches - Sobriety first then deal with stinkin' thinkin', a POWER greater then ourselves, and avoidance of places and people. (33 Min.) Tape 3 - Building up Our Self-esteem - Where giants walk - Overcome the enemy of guilt and shame. (32 Min.) Tape 4 - Rage Is Optional - Learning to deal with our rage and anger - Recognize the habit of rage; step outside and listen. (34 Min.) (1994)
Selected Audience:   Treatment counselors/Recovery groups

EDUCATE: CREATING INHALANT ABUSE AWARENESS TOGETHER
"Huffing" or "sniffing" is the deliberate concentration of inhalation of common products. This video provides adults with important information about this dangerous and potentially deadly abuse. (1998, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

EFFECTIVE TB INTERVIEWING FOR CONTACT INVESTIGATION
TB interviewing is an essential element of a TB control program. It is important for health care workers to be able to effectively conduct interviews in order to identify close contacts of TB patients and ensure that they are medically evaluated. As a result, individuals with active TB and Latent Tuberculosis Infection are identified and treated. This video demonstrates successful interviewing strategies to enhance the skills of health care workers. (2004, 67 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Treatment Agencies

ENABLERS, THE
This video is a moving portrayal of one family's struggle with a chemically dependent wife and mother. In their effort to protect the addicted person from the consequences of her own actions, the family becomes frustrated and angry. This video puts the problem into perspective and teaches concerned persons how to stop hurting and start helping. (1977, 23 Min.)
Selected Audience:   College students/Adults

ENJOYING SOBRIETY
This video answers questions about the everyday nuts and bolts business of staying sober. Through a positive realistic approach, this video imparts a basic, often neglected message - being straight, truly sober, drug-free can be fun. (1984, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Recovering persons and their families

THE EPIDEMIC CONTINUES: KIDS, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
Young recovering drug users recount their addictions and the stunning loss of social, intellectual and professional skills they have suffered from drug use. Statistical information is provided. (1992, 31 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior High/Adult

EVERYTHING I EVER WANTED
Using music-video images, an emotionally powerful short story unfolds about HIV. In the end all viewers will have questions about the events, the characters and choices. A discussion guide is included to answer questions that could arise. (1995, 11 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens