Stick with the Winners –

Addiction advocate, philanthropist, musician, author and entrepreneur Cliff Brodsky, has dedicated the last 25 years to sobriety and Sober Living/Rehabilitation Community with countless battles to keep scandals, scams and insurance fraud at bay including the Chris Bathum #rehabmogul case. 

Q. What is the proudest moment in your life?
A. Leading the charge in the campaign to expose, fight, and bring to justice: Chris Bathum, which created my self and true identity as an: Addiction Advocate.

Q. At which classes or workshops did you learn the most?
A. Very good question. First there was Sigmund Freud, and then Carl Jung, and then John Bradshaw. I consider myself a “Bradshawian”

I have attended at least this many John Bradshaw weekend workshops in:
Healing The Shame That Binds Us
Home Coming
Family Secrets
Letting Go Of Mother
Healing The Father Wound
The Grief Workshop
Creating Love
Return To Virtue

Q. What is your preferred form of artistic expression?
A. Playing Piano, Writing Songs, and Producing Artists.

Q. Which film have you watched the most?
A. Being There – Peter Sellers, Shirley MacLaine

Q. Who is your favorite celebrity in recovery?
A. Joe Walsh (I have a Joe Walsh story, that’s pretty cool. One time I was jamming with a bunch of rock stars, including Joe W., and we were doing a blues jam. Everyone got to take turns soloing in the middle 12 bars. After Elliot Easton finished (he’s in the Cars), it was my turn. Elliot turned around and gave me the signal to skip my turn (obviously I’m not a rockstar, but still, it was just a backyard pool party jam, so he was just being a dick). Then, out of nowhere, Joe Walsh stands up and yells at Elliot and says, “Let Cliff play, don’t be an asshole”.

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