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Videos Beginning with "R"

RALLY, THE
Alcohol and other drug use is not easily addressed by some individuals, as demonstrated in this video. The Rally is intended to provoke discussion within, as well as between, the coaches, parents, and student groups by challenging the stereotypes of the three groups. (1988, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Schools/Parent or community groups

RECOVERING HOPE MOTHERS SPEAK OUT ABOUT FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Recovering Hope is an intimate and evocative hour-long video about the mothers and families of children who are affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). The video, created for viewing by women in recovery and their counselors, is divided into two half-hour episodes to allow time for discussion within a treatment session. (2004, 60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Women of childbearing years, treatment agencies, teens

RECOVERY AND RELAPSE THE
This video series by Terence Gorski summarizes addictive disease, the recovery, and relapse process. Each tape is designed to stand alone, but when viewed as a series, a comprehensive overview of recovery and relapse process is concisely communicated. Tape 1 - The Bio-psycho-social Model of Addictive Diseases (30 Min.), Tape 2 - The Developmental Model of Recovery (30 Min.) (1987)
Selected Audience:   Professionals/Recovering persons

RECOVERY FROM COCAINE ADDICTION
This video presents the stages of recovery from cocaine addiction. It includes an analysis of various justifications for relapse and deals with the main obstacle in the recovery process, highlighted by personal statements. (1986, 35 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Recovering cocaine addicts/ Families/Treatment personnel

RELAPSE
Earnie Larsen makes it abundantly clear that although "slips" or relapses are serious, they are not fatal. The point in this session is that relapse will not occur if we work a tight, effective program. Earnie shows how to work an effective program: how to do the 10th step and stay accountable for behaviors that could result in relapse. We see some colorful examples of "stinkin thinkin. Furthermore, Earnie touches on the effect of choices in your program, neglected parts of programs and relapse. (1989, 35 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Recovering people

RELAPSE AND HIV RISK
This video focuses on the important connection between relapse and HIV risk, while providing basic information on high-risk behaviors and tools to cope with positive HIV test results. Clients learn valuable strategies to prevent relapse triggers. (1995, 24 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adults infected with HIV

RELAPSE FEATURING DAVID OHLMS, M.D.
Dr. Ohlms identifies not only the key to RELAPSE but also the origin of RELAPSE. This video provides specific responses to the tell-tale signs and provides reassurance to those just entering recovery or who may have months or even years in recovery that RELAPSE is preventable. (1993, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adults/Treatment/Law-Corrections/Business-industry/Prevention.

RELAPSE PREVENTION
This video tape provides information on the phenomenon of relapse and its often chronic appearance in the lives of substance abusers. (1991, 24 Min.)
Selected Audience:   All audiences/Treatment counselors

RIGHT TRIANGLE, THE
Father Martin stresses the importance of parents, teachers, and students meeting together to cooperatively solve problems. This is one way to guarantee that all are receiving the exact, same message. Examples of how this can work are explained. (1988, 23 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents/Students/School personnel

ROLES
Dr. Claudia Black, Ph.D. lectures on the roles that children growing up in alcoholic homes learn to "survive" and to bring some stability to their lives. The four roles explained are: the placater, the acting out child, the responsible child and the adjuster. (1987, 50 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adult children of alcoholics