I first heard Bob Brissett give his famous "King Baby" lecture at Hazelden in 1972. I was there receiving treatment for my own drug dependency and Bob, at the same time was acting chief counsellor of a treatment centre called Tiebout Hall. This unit was named after Dr. Harry Tiebout, an American psychiatrist whose four brilliant papers about the personality traits and treatment process have provided both insight and direction which are still relevant today, nearly half a century later.
Bob's King Baby lecture was to transform what to many would seem to be highly sophisticated and very complex information into clear, pithy and colourful language which can be, and indeed has been, clearly understood and appreciated by thousands of ordinary alcoholics beginning their recovery process.
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