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Drug Testing, Reducing Use and Supporting Recovery


In the fifth Review Show George Williams talks to Georgie Foster and Rebecca Taylor from Concateno about the role of testing in meeting the objectives of the Home Office Drug Strategy to reduce drug use and support individuals in their recovery.…

Camino Recovery


Family involvement improves long term recovery George talks to Don Lavender of Camino Recovery about its 12 step programmes, and the particular success of its family therapy. Involving the family in confronting addiction and mental health problems has been shown to…

Dual Diagnosis


Inexcess producer Roger Appleton joins Brendan Georgeson at Walsingham House in the heart of Bristol, to discuss complexities of Dual Diagnosis. Many people trapped in addiction have problems more than the substances they use; many suffer with mental illness/disorders as well.…

My Name is Bill - 12 Step Programme


Following the Outside Edge Theatre Companies ten year highlights, we bring you two captivating performances that show’s the fantastic work Phil Fox and his performers create on stage. My Name is Bill part one and two depict the beginning of…

Rosanna O’Connor, NTA, Interview


Rosanna O’Conner of the NTA talks to Inexcess about the direction and future of the NTA. For many years Rosanna was a service provider before she joined the NTA, she now plays a role as their Director of Delivery, overseeing the…

Frustrated creatives in recovery


In recovery many people report an increase in energy, a need to be active and often people begin to re-connect with the creative side of their make-up. So Trevessa is going in search of ways to tap into that creativity. She…

2010, Byron Katie Interview parts 1 & 2


“I thought suicide and death were the only way out.” When Katie came to Liverpool to do “the Work” as part of the Road to Recovery Event we caught up with her at the Hope Street Hotel. Katie caused quite a…

2010, Inexcess Question Time


Inexcess TV Founder George Williams chairs the Question Time debate after a full day of discussions and workshops on the Road to Recovery. The exchanges range over questions of how we might see recovery being delivered, who will pay for it and…

2010, Byron Katie, The Work, Is it true? Part 2


Byron Katie brings her work to Liverpool in an exclusive presentation for Inexcess TV. With a room full of drug workers, therapists and service users Byron Katie delivers “the Work” and challenges some of the preconceptions of how people work and…

2010 Road to Recovery, Merseyside, Highlights Part 1


The first highlights from 2010 Road to Recovery, Merseyside Event This set of highlights covers the morning session and features passionate and inspirational talks from inexcess.tv founder George Williams, Regional Manager of the NTA Mark Gilman, Ronnie Purslow, David McCollom, Tony Mellor and Simon Jenkins from…