Employers

Lateral Violence

Subject: 
Lateral Violence
Minutes Long: 
20 min.

Through the eyes of future and present leaders in the Aboriginal community, Lateral Violence takes a look within our own Nations, communities, organizations and families. (2006)

Produced By: 
Bearpaw Productions

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors and Employees

Subject: 
Workplace substance abuse
Minutes Long: 
30 min.

No company is immune to the issues caused by employees with drug or alcohol problems; and everyone involved in running a company will be affected, to some extent, when there is substance abuse in the workplace. Some of the consequences are obvious, such as increased absences, errors, near-miss incidents, or accidents. Others, such as low morale or high illness rates, are harder to ascribe but no less insidious and costly. There are two DVD's, one for supervisors and one for employees.

Produced By: 
J. J. Keller and Associates, Inc.

Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, The

Subject: 
12 Step program of recovery
Minutes Long: 
45 min.

Father Martin refers to the Twelve Steps as “the most powerful therapy on Earth”. He relies, in large part, on Dr. Bob’s summary of the Twelve Steps, Trust Gog, Clean House and Help Others.  (1985)

Produced By: 
Father Martin Media

Our PIll Epidemic

Subject: 
Prescription drug addiction
Minutes Long: 
45

This film was inspired by the true-life experiences of Marketing Executive Joan E. Gadsby who has rebuilt her life after 23 years of chemical dependency.  This powerful documentary examines how prescription drug addiction is far more gripping and debilitating than addiction to heroin or cocaine.  Many users of these legal drugs, prescribed by physicians, are unaware of the serious short and long term side effects, withdrawals, and potential for brain damage.  Reveals the high cost of workplace safety and productivity loss by people using legal mood-altering drugs. B.C.

Produced By: 
Market Media International Corp.

Intervention Techniques: Do's And Don'ts

Subject: 
Intervention
Minutes Long: 
45

Use in educating family, employer's and concerned others in basic techniques of the intervention process.  Key points are amplified by graphics and demonstrated by an "Intervention Team" performing "mock" interventions.

Produced By: 
Johnson Institute

Intervention and Recovery

Subject: 
Intervention
Minutes Long: 
28

Employers, friends, family members and family doctor can assist someone abusing alcohol/drugs to enter treatment and recovery. Answers such questions as -- "What is intervention?" "How do we overcome denial?" "Who makes up the intervention team?"

Produced By: 
FMS Productions

Enablers, The

Subject: 
Alcoholism intervention
Minutes Long: 
52

Problems with an alcoholic person? This film puts the problem of enabling into perspective and teaches concerned individuals how to stop hurting and start helping. 

 PART 1. Deals with enabling followed by.

 PART 2. The Intervention showing what happens when the people around the alcoholic decide to take positive action. Motivated by love and concern, they all work together with a counsellor to take the first step to recovery. 

Produced By: 
Johnson Institute

E.A.P. A Benefit For Life

Subject: 
Employers Assistance Program
Minutes Long: 
5

Your Employee and Family Assistance program encourages anyone concerned about a personal or family issue to get professional advice at the earliest opportunity.  By being proactive, the more serious consequences that can affect home and work life, safety and health can be avoided.

Produced By: 
MacMillan Blodel Ltd.

Drugs at Work

Subject: 
Alcohol-drugs in workplace
Minutes Long: 
23

Real life experiences of employees from medicine, government, corporate, secretarial, and industry share part of their problems of drinking and using drugs at work.  The video illustrates the pervasive, costly and deadly accidents that can happen.  Shows how an effective Employees Assistance and Intervention Program are vital, both to the employee and to the employer.

Produced By: 
FMS Productions

Disease Of Alcoholism : EAP

Subject: 
Alcoholism
Minutes Long: 
21

Dr. David Ohlms explains -- It is vital that leaders in business and industry understand the disease of alcoholism, its insidious progression, denial, deception, uncontrollable compulsion, deterioration of skills and incredible loss to any company.  However, of all the major killers, addiction disease is by far the most cost-effective to treat.  Addiction treatment professionals have long known that success rates are highest among employed adults whose families, employers and other social support systems are still intact at the time of treatment.  Dr.

Produced By: 
Gary Whiteaker Corporation
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