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Brad Lamm

Brad Lamm

Brad Lamm is an author & educator best known for helping people make life-enhancing change on The Dr. OZ Show. Brad is the Founder of Intervention Specialists, a crisis intervention group helping family and friends enable a resistant loved one to make change using his “invitational” intervention method whereby the loved one is invited to his or her own intervention. In 2008 Brad founded The Change Institute to help inform and inspire folks to live better, lighter lives through weight loss and smoking cessation programs.

Brad believes that one's circle of friends and family is uniquely poised to offer support, accountability and structure from a beginning point of love and honesty –- no matter how broken-down or discouraged they may feel. Highly motivated and with long-term recovery himself, Brad's teaching style is no-nonsense and accessible, blending hope with the dynamic nature of his work. Previously a network-affiliate news anchor, his TV work today centers on his role as a regular on The Dr. OZ Show.

His best-selling books include:
- How to Change Someone You Love: Four Steps to Help You Help Them
- How to Help the One You Love: A New Way to Intervene (December 2010)
- Just Ten! Easy Steps to Weighing What You Want (FINALLY!) (Jan 2011)
Brad lives in NYC with his family

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  • How to Change Someone You Love by Brad Lamm--Audiobook Excerpt

    Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Brad Lamm's book How to Change Someone You Love: Four Steps to Help You Help Them. This is a powerful, ground-breaking book that shows you, in concrete steps, how to stop a loved one from engaging in self destructive behavior.

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“As a thorough guide to helping substance abusers find help, this makes a valuable addition to the self-help shelves.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)A...

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How to Change Someone You Love

Brad Lamm, read by the author

A powerful, ground-breaking book that shows you, in concrete steps, how to stop a loved one from engaging in self destructive behavior.

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