DVD: Women Tell Their Stories
Moving Stories of Womens’ Experiences Using the 16 Steps for Discovery and Empowerment

This DVD includes the inspiring stories of two groups of women who have used the 16-step program for moving beyond addiction and overcoming trauma. With humor, heart, and determination, their stories convey both the spirit and the content of this powerful program. Based on researched criteria for overcoming trauma, addiction and depression these stories show how the 16 steps provide an invaluable program, especially for people who have felt disempowered. The steps and accompanying exercises help people take action, find their voices, speak their truths and take their rightful place in the world.

The DVD includes: (57 minutes)

  • The meaning of empowerment
  • The roots of addiction: trauma and neglect
  • Overcoming depression
  • Healing from violent relationships
  • Overcoming internalized oppression from racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia
  • Favorite steps

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“Your program has given me validation and strength within myself I didn’t know existed.”

“I am very grateful you risked writing such a powerful book—for you, for me and for our planet. I am 39, a successful African-American writer, teacher, bulimic, food addict – in recovery.”

“Charlotte Kasl’s approach breaks new ground to help women claim their power. We’ve used her program for over ten years.”
-Frankie Tack, M.S., Director, Cascade Services, Community Choices Inc.

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Charlotte Kasl

Charlotte Kasl, MA, PhD
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Licensed Professional
Clinical Counselor
Certified Addiction Specialist
Reiki Master

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