Brad Lamm is an author, educator and interventionist best known for helping people make life-enhancing change onThe Dr. OZ Show.
Brad is Founder and CEO of Intervention Specialists, a crisis intervention agency. He has popularized his “invitational intervention” whereby family and friends enable a resistant loved one to accept help after being invited to their own intervention.
In 2008 Brad founded Change Institute to help inform and inspire better, lighter lives through weight loss and smoking cessation programing. His “Blueprint to Quit: Smoking” launched at more than 4300 Walmart locations in the United States in November 2011.
Brad’s work is based on the belief that we are constantly changing, and remarkably resilient. He believes a 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. In recovery from bulimia, crystal meth, drug and alcohol addiction, Brad’s teaching style is first-person, no-nonsense and accessible. Previously a network-affiliate news anchor, his TV work helps viewers make lifestyle interventions in their own lives.
He is a Creator & Producer of the docu-series“Addicted to Food” on OWN (The Oprah Winfrey Network) and a Board Member of Dr. OZ’s HealthCorps, and The Rosewood Institute in addition to serving as a Senior Fellow at The Meadows.
Brad lives in New York City with his family.
Brad’s 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 - Just 10 LBS: Easy Steps to Weighing What You Want (FINALLY!) - Just 10 LBS Workbook: Read - Write - Discover - Just 10 Minutes: Your Blueprint To Quit Smoking
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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