Brad’s Books & Related Media
Stop it 4 Steps in 4 Weeks to Quit Smoking
I’ve written this book for one simple reason: I want to help you do just what I’ve helped hundreds of thousands of others do—including myself. I want to help you stop smoking and breathe in new ways. If you give me just 4 Weeks to take you through my proven 4 Steps—along with your 110% effort—you will quit smoking. Just like that.More Info
Family Matters: 183 Days to Freedom
All families operate in a system. This transformational workbook helps families identify, address and begin to heal from negative behaviors that affect the family system as a whole.
How to Change Someone you Love
How to Help the One You Love
A powerful, groundbreaking book that shows you, in concrete steps, how to help a loved one stop from engaging in self-destructive behavior.More Info
Just 10 LBS: Easy Steps to Weighing What You Want (Finally)
In Just 10 LBS, intervention specialist Brad Lamm brings a fresh eye to weight loss, focusing not on the what of eating, but on the how and why. Download workbook.More Info
Addicted to Food on the Oprah Winfrey Network
Addicted to Food follows eight people with eating disorders as they struggle through a 42-day treatment program at a rehab center near Abilene, Texas.More Info
Dr. Oz: Smoking alcohol dangers
Dr. Oz said “smoking alcohol” is an alarming new way to get drunk without consuming the calories you get from drinking alcohol. Some women claim smoking alcohol helps with weight loss and gives them a buzz without a hangover.
The Dr. Oz Show
The Dr. Oz Show is a television talk show, hosted by Mehmet Oz, a cardiothoracic surgeon and teaching professor at Columbia University.
The Today Show
The Today Show is a morning news and talk show airing every morning on NBC.More Info
ABC’s The View is a morning talk show, featuring a team of dynamic women discussing the most exciting events of the day.
The Huffington Post is an online news aggregator and blog founded by Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, Andrew Breitbart, and Jonah Peretti, featuring columnists.
3 Ways Your Company’s Mission Can Become Your Best Employee Engagement Tool
If the goal of employee engagement is to elicit a higher dosage of creativity, innovation and change, then every organization needs to embrace a mission and vision that will bring sufficient sizzle to spark imaginations and move people to action. We’re probably not talking about the mission statement found on your website or hanging on the wall of your lobby. Frankly, most formal mission statements fail to embody adequate amperage to grab the attention of a workforce. Instead, look at it from the employees’ point of view and ask yourself this question:
Interventionist Brad Lamm in Wellness Therapeutics Play
In a continuation of the trend of interventionists holding on to their considerable client flow, client flows that are often of the most desirable demographic and economic type, Brad Lamm has opened a bi-coastal treatment operation in which he himself on the business side has moved up the addictions food chain while at the same time affording the opportunity clinically to build a “wellness” therapeutic model he believes will give his clientele access to addictions care on the very cutting edge.