Cardwell C. Nuckols

An internationally recognized expert in such areas as behavioral medicine and addictions treatment, Cardwell C. Nuckols, Ph.D. has been a clinical and developmental consultant for over twenty-five years. During this time, he has consulted with The Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO), United Auto Workers, DuPont, General Motors, United Airlines, and other industries in the area of enhancing productivity. He served as a trainer and consultant to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), federal court systems, and branches of the armed forces specializing in the areas of anti-sociality, violence, and trauma.

Dr. Nuckols has also served as hospital administrator. In 1979 he formed his first company, Cardwell C. Nuckols and Associates, a national and international training and consulting organization. During his career he has been awarded national honors including the SECAD and Gooderham awards, as well as being recognized for his contributions to The American Society of Addiction Medicine's Patient Placement Criteria. Dr. Nuckols is also on the review board of Counselor Magazine.

Dr. Nuckols' educational background includes advanced work in medical research, pharmacology, and psychology. His practical background comes from working with people in various business and clinical settings for over 35 years. Dr. Nuckols is widely published, having authored more than 40 journal articles, 14 books and workbooks, 22 videos, and 17 audiotape series. His first book, Cocaine: Dependency to Recovery, is a trade best seller. His recent works include the book, Healing an Angry Heart (HCI) and video Chalk Talk on Drugs with Father Martin (Kelly Productions).