Here’s what people are saying about Can I Keep Drinking?

The dominant US perspective about drinking problems — that abstinence is the only genuine solution — gets a thorough re-examination in em>Can I Keep Drinking? If you’re looking for a fresh and evidence-based perspective on drinking problems and ways to change them, everything you need to know is here.

Tom Horvath, Ph.D., ABPP, President, Practical Recovery
Author: Sex, Drugs, Gambling & Chocolate: A Workbook for Overcoming Addictions

Can I Keep Drinking? is a fresh voice in the emerging field of moderation treatment programs, and offers readers evidence-based alternatives to the abstinence-only, “one size fits all” model that does not fit all problem drinkers. It offers practical, real-world answers that will help guide those who worry about their drinking into having a healthier relationship with alcohol, regardless of where they fall on the spectrum of severity.

Gabrielle Glaser
Author: Her Best-Kept Secret: Why Women Drink—And How They Can Regain Control

When someone faces the notion that they may have an alcohol problem for the first time, it is almost impossible to know where to begin. Can I Keep Drinking? offers a practical, thorough, easy-to-read roadmap for addressing this issue.

Kevin P. Hill, MD, MHS

Addiction Psychiatrist, Clinical Researcher
Author: Marijuana: The Unbiased Truth about the World’s Most Popular Weed

Cyndi Turner explains the foundations of moderate drinking empathetically and intelligently. This book is an excellent addition to the harm reduction canon, one that will certainly help readers navigate a healthier relationship with alcohol.

Kelsey Osgood

Moderation Management facilitator
Author: How to Disappear Completely: On Modern Anorexia

Thorough, well-organized, and compassionate…Reveals Ms. Turner’s deep experience and understanding of the processes one goes through in struggling with a relationship with alcohol. She illuminates the spectrum of alcohol use and provides concrete, specific criteria to help you determine for yourself exactly where you may fall along that spectrum. More importantly, she also provides the resources and behavioral changes to help you regain control of your relationship with alcohol without necessarily eliminating it from your life.
Jim, client

Cyndi Turner’s methods, analysis, and perspective have changed my life physically and emotionally.  Thinking outside of traditional therapies she has helped me be “present” and embrace every minute and moment of my life.

Alberto, client

From Amazon customer:

 Cindy Turner has written one of the finest books on the subject of drinking problems I have …
December 15, 2016

I’m an Army (Nam) Vet.​ ​I read the book 1 and 1/2 times. Cindy Turner has written one of the finest books on the subject of drinking problems I have ever read. Not only does she touch base about this SICKNESS, but she puts u right in her clinic, and also makes u feel good about yourself again. Like the trauma GI’S face after a tour in a combat zone, some of us wind up with P.T.S.D., which is a strong cause of “why” one “drinks”. It is to try a way to bury the past, instead of trying to deal with a “TRAUMATIC” event. And I, an X G.I. with PTSD, booze just made it worse.
The therapy that I received, is very much the same as for Alcoholics. The 12 step program, and “Group Brow Beating” is tough and doesn’t get to the real problem, only the drinking part.
I highly recommend she should market her BOOK to the “VETERANS ADMINISTRATION”. Even If the V.A. “Shrinks”, have copies, they might even learn something from an unbiased Writer about the very core of why these “G.I.”s are there.

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