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The Parents Guide to College Drinking… facing the challenge together
What to look for, questions to ask, who to interview and other research tips for evaluating the status of drinking on prospective campuses. This parent’s how-to includes helpful advice for discussing alcohol and college drinking with teens and college students. (111 Pages)
Beer, Booze and Books
This dynamic non-judgmental approach to confronting dangerous college drinking includes the impact of dangerous drinking on academics, hangovers, blackouts, alcohol and sexual activity, the amount of alcohol included in various drinks (including alcoholic energy drinks), low risk drinking and much more. Students are encouraged to critically examine the role alcohol is currently playing or could play in their lives once they graduate. While presenting critical “drinking” information this program supports abstinence and stresses the reality that most high school and college students either don’t drink or if they do, they do so at a low risk level. Jim has presented this program to more than 400,000 students at more than 400 colleges and high schools around the country. The integration of cell phone generated audience polling has added a new and exciting interactive addition to the Beer, Booze and Books program.
Face to Face
Participants learn effective methods for intervening with someone they believe may have an alcohol or other drug related problem.
Interactive, engaging and informative, the WeChooze program integrates cutting edge technology with traditional alcohol and health education. Utilizing cell phone based audience polling, this program helps clarify campus and national norms regarding drinking and other lifestyle related choices.
The ABCs of College Drinking
Best suited for small groups, here's the perfect how-to for students who wish to drink but want to avoid the problems associated with heavy drinking. This is a great follow-up to Beer, Booze and Books.
Contact Jim for further information about scheduling and fees.
Beer, Booze and Books... a sober look at higher education
One of the best handbooks for college students, this text contains some of the most important information about college drinking including types of drinks and their strength, impairment risks, addiction, recovery, academics, family issues, spring break, fraternities and sororities, impact on athletic performance and more. It is used by numerous campus programs as a course text as well as a training manual for student leaders. Comments from numerous students from around the country provide an insight into the realities of college drinking. Information regarding other drugs is also included. (157 Pages)
Udemy and Beer, Booze and Books
In cooperation with Udemy, Beer, Booze and Books is nw available online. This unique course contains 20+ brief videos addressing specific topics associated with alcohol and college drinking. Additionally, the entire content of Jim's ffirst book, "Beer, Booze and Books... a sober look at higher education" now in its third edition is contained in this course. Individual enrollment is $25 and is available here:
The ABCs of College Drinking… 25 tips for navigating the collegiate party scene
College drinking is a reality for many students. For those students who choose to drink, here are 25 essential tips for avoiding the problems associated with heavy drinking including types of drinks, drinking patterns, blood alcohol level, tolerance, impairment, low risk drinking, hangovers, etc. (65 Pages)
High School Programs for Students and Parents
Beer, Booze and Books
This dynamic non-judgmental approach to confronting high risk college drinking encourages students to critically examine the role alcohol is currently playing or could play in their lives once they graduate. Beer, Booze and Books provides clear, accurate and applicable information and is effectively enhanced by computer generated, multi-media graphics and video. This is student favorite!!! Jim has presented this program to more than 400,000 students at more than 400 colleges and high schools around the country.
High school administrators take note: This is an exciting and effective addition to
High School-to-College Transition Programs!!!
Drinking and Driving… an interesting look at a serious problem
Here’s a helpful follow-up to Beer, Booze and Books. Integrating the use of the popular Fatal Vision Goggles and remote control cars, students receive a brief individualized lesson about DUI, BAL, Impairment and low risk drinking.
The Truth about College Drinking
Campus tours for prospective new students and parents often simply scratch the surface of the campus culture. This program assists parents and students in understanding what they should look for, what questions to ask, who to ask and who to believe when they are evaluating the drinking situation of a college and considering their potential $100,000 + investment.