Michael Cartwright Shares Story of Believable Hope on Las Vegas’ Morning Blend

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Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements to Beat Any Addiction (HCI Books) is now available for purchase everywhere fine books are sold.


American Addiction Centers founder, behavioral health expert and now critically acclaimed author, Michael Cartwright recently shared insight into his new book Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements to Beat Any Addiction, on CBS affiliate KTVN’s leading morning show, the Morning Blend. Believable Hope is one of the hottest new fall titles after being released nationwide in September, and is available everywhere fine books are sold.

Mr. Cartwright is widely recognized as an addiction treatment pioneer and is currently speaking at venues across the country and his most recent interview can be seen here.

For years, countless individuals, families and industry professionals have asked Michael to share his secret for personal transformation, to which he would reply, “it’s all about Believable Hope!” Michael’s long-awaited secret to comprehensive transformation has arrived in the form of his first book, Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements to Beat Any Addiction. Written with Ken Abraham, a New York Times best-selling author, known around the world for his collaborations with popular celebrities and fascinating, high-profile public figures, Believable Hope is not just an exceptional read, but also is a workable blueprint for anyone to follow on their journey through transformation. No matter what obstacles you may have, Michael Cartwright delivers the solution in the form of 5 Essential Elements.

For more information on Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements to Beat Any Addiction, to learn more about Michael Cartwright visit http://www.believablehope.com.

About Michael Cartwright
Michael Cartwright has spent the majority of his life either transforming personally or providing the optimal environment for anyone in search of a long-term transformation. Once free from his own addiction and compulsive behavior, Michael opened a halfway house for drug and alcohol addicted, mentally ill victims in one of the most drug-infested neighborhoods in Nashville. At twenty-seven years of age, he opened his first drug treatment center and to date, tens of thousands of people have completed rehabilitative programs at Michael's centers. Appointed by Ted Kennedy to the senate health sub-committee on substance abuse, Michael Cartwright has been at the forefront of addiction treatment for many years and has engineered 15 federally funded studies on dual diagnosis. In 2011, Michael created the Lifestyle Intervention Conference, which is the only national conference that brings all addiction specialties under one roof with the goal of creating a space for the advancement and collaboration in the addiction industry at large. Currently, American Addiction Centers receives tens of thousands of calls each month from people seeking information or help in dealing with some life controlling issue. Michael Cartwright has been providing believable hope for decades, now everyone can have his or her own private supply.

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