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Dr. Nuckols is widely published, having authored more than 50 journal articles, 30 books and workbooks, 38 DVDs, CDs and videos, and 17 audiotape series. The Ego-Less SELF: Achieving Peace and Tranquility Beyond All Understanding was published in late 2010. He is currently working on his next book offering tentatively titled Open Your Heart, Quiet Your Mind: Achieving Christ-Consciousness to be released late in 2013.

Dr. Nuckols first book, Cocaine: Dependency to Recovery, is a trade best seller, as are, his booklets Quitting Heroin and Quitting Marijuana (Hazelden). Quitting Alcohol was released in 2006. He is the author of the book Healing an Angry Heart (HCI) and video Chalk Talk on Drugs with Father Martin (Kelly Productions). A series of workbooks on Adolescent Disruptive Behavior and a CD on Anger Management has been released by Hazelden Publications as a part of their Adolescent Co-occurring Disorder Series. He has completed a four part video/DVD series especially designed for those in a criminal justice settings entitled Breaking the Chains of Addiction; Using Science to Aid Recovery and has expanded “Breaking the Chains” with a two DVD/video series on Overcoming Anger and Aggression and Overcoming Early Life Trauma and Neglect. Dr. Nuckols other publications can be reviewed by perusing his resume.

  • Treating Early Life Developmental TraumaEarly Life Trauma  2012 DVD cover

    A Science Based Perspective Take a look at the population you treat. No matter whether it is a criminal justice, alcohol and drug or psychiatric population, the recidivists will have a high incidence of early life trauma. Research is teaching us more and more about this population. However, research is only useful when it can be translated into clinically useful technique. This updated three disc Read More →

  • Psychology, Spirituality & True HappinessPsychology, Spirituality and True Happiness SetDVD and CD

    Available in both DVD and audio CD form, this set utilizes integrated multiple pathways leading one toward true happiness-a peace beyond all understanding. Developed from the discipline of Christian contemplative practice (includes Centering Prayer as a form of mindfulness), this powerful approach incorporates current understandings of psychology, neurobiology and monastic contemplative approaches to permanently dissolve aspects of the false-self (ego). This dissolution or emptying of Read More →

  • The Art and Science of Healingartandsciencebook

    At its inception, medicine was an art utilizing science as a tool (“the healing art”). Today we are overwhelmed with science with little or no attention to the art. The talk is of treatment and management often with a goal of symptom reduction or tolerable recovery. The words “to heal” speak not of reduction or abstinence but of a spiritual freedom to fully experience life Read More →

  • NeurobiologyNeurobiology for Clinicians-Wide DVD cover

    In many ways the brain still remains a mystery. Neuroimaging and other forms of research, however, have uncovered some of the story about how our brains operate. Participants will learn about the various descriptions and regions of the brain and how these regions function and relate. From this understanding, the individual can better understand how wellness, psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy and spiritual tools aid in the recovery. Read More →

  • Finding Freedom Through Illumination: Achieving Christ-ConsciousnessFinding Freedom Through Illumination

    This deeply spiritual book will guide readers on a journey toward Realization of the Christ-consciousness that exists within each of us. In Achieving Christ-Consciousness, Dr. Nuckols divides the journey into three sections, each defining a part of the process that leads to Realization—the accumulation of more Light. Dr. Nuckols explains that, as we gather more Light, our worldview changes and we see the world differently, Read More →

  • Removing Defects of CharacterDefects of Character

    In addition to a discussion of the Alcoholics Anonymous Sixth Step, Dr. Nuckols also explores other spiritually based systems.  He shows how not addressing these issues can lead to relapse and other self-defeating behaviors.  At the root of these defects are narcissistic beliefs about the self (I, me, mine) and a distorted self-image.   Defects of character respond poorly to psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy, and are Read More →