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How I Overcame Alcoholism

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What if I take my pill and then don’t want to drink?

Sep 22, 2021

In this short video excerpt from our Tackling the Tough TSM Questions live stream on Twitch, C Three Foundation CEO Claudia Christian and Executive Director Jenny Williamson discuss the nuances that surround the highly controversial question, “What if I take my pill, wait my hour, and then realize I don’t want to drink?” Watch the…

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What does extinction mean?

Aug 29, 2021

In this short video excerpt from our Tackling the Tough TSM Questions live stream on Twitch, C Three Foundation CEO Claudia Christian and Executive Director Jenny Williamson discuss the definition of extinction and how people will know when they have “reached” it.   Watch the full video Tackling the Tough TSM Questions on our YouTube…

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The Sinclair Method: Accountability Instead of Judgment

Jan 17, 2020

Co-written by Michael J. Haas For many people, the new year is a time for making a fresh start. We make resolutions for self-improvement with the best of intentions. For users of the Sinclair Method (TSM), New Year’s resolutions might focus on some aspect of recovery or involve the decision to participate in “Dry January”…

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Alcohol, Nutrition and Your Gut: Nurturing the Optimum Conditions for Success in Alcohol Reduction

Nov 27, 2019

By Ali Wilde Malnutrition is common among people who use alcohol to excess, with many of those struggling with addiction consuming high volumes of calories with little nutritional benefit. This presents something of a Catch-22 for optimal recovery, which requires the treatment of biochemical imbalances that create barriers to recovery. A process of biochemical repair is…

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The Sinclair Method: Applying effort in place of willpower

Nov 20, 2019

Co-written by Michael J Haas Many people share a common misconception about the Sinclair Method (TSM): because TSM doesn’t require willpower, they can and should ignore everything else involved in their addiction. This is simply not true. TSM doesn’t require willpower the way abstinence-based methods do, but it absolutely does require effort – in compliance,…

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Enjoying life again

Jun 12, 2019

The following was written by Bonnie M. and used with permission for Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day. It has not been edited in any form. C Three Foundation and TSM have changed my life. One year ago I was a total mess. Drinking to excess every single day. Without TSM I would have probably lost…

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Getting life back from alcohol

Jun 12, 2019

The following was written by LG and used with permission for Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day. It has not been edited in any form. My drinking spiraled out of control (in secret) after facing some back to back, traumatic and stressful life events.  Never feeling like AA was for me, I wanted to get back…

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A medical solution to alcohol addiction

Jun 12, 2019

The following was written by WK and used with permission for Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day. It has not been edited in any form. As someone who went through the 12 Step Rehab thing, I find it insane that I was never told about a method like TSM. Even after a hospital stay for seizures…

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THE SINCLAIR METHOD FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

We know you do your best every day to help your patients get healthy and stay healthy. It isn’t always easy to talk to your patients about their alcohol use, even though harmful alcohol use can significantly, adversely affect health. We want to help you and your patients change the conversation about harmful alcohol use.

For decades, alcohol misuse has traditionally been treated as a moral failing resulting in shame, stigma, and chronic treatment failure. As a medical professional, you understand the physical, medical harm alcohol abuse can cause and you also understand that medication-assisted treatment is a science-based option all patients deserve to be offered.

You do not have to be an addiction specialist to screen and treat your patients. Click below to be directed to our site designed specifically for medical professionals, where you can find information and resources to more effectively treat your patients who have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder.