“What a joy to be part of the journey of individuals transcending their suffering and their struggling to be in that special place of thriving.”

James O. Prochaska, PhD
Director of the Cancer Prevention Research Center at the University of Rhode Island and Developer of the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change
One of the “Top Five Most Cited Authors in Psychology” according to the American Psychology Society
Recipient of an Innovator’s Award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Ending Addiction for Good is a book you will feel comfortable in and energized by while reading. Its authors’ stories read real and its message is full of love. The tried and tested Cliffside approach is both holistic and hopeful.  Taite and Scharff have advanced Prochaska’s Stages of Change model into a ready-to-use clinical tool. They have provided readers with a fresh and thoughtful adaptation of these effective stages of recovery.  Ending Addiction for Good will inspire those in recovery, as well as providers of treatment.”

Margaret Fetting, PhD, USC Faculty, Private Practice Clinician, and Author of Perspectives on Addiction

“At the heart of healing are two essential ingredients:  effective treatments and hope for success.  Ending Addiction for Good provides both in large doses.  If you are an addict, the loved one of an addict, or a health professional working in the field of addiction and recovery, this book was written for you.  If you are a primary care physician or medical specialist taking care of patients, this book will open your eyes and mind to the causes of many of our patients’ problems.  I highly recommend reading this book.”

Debra R. Judelson MD, FACC, FACP
Specialist, Internal Medicine and Cardiology

“If your world has been ripped apart by addiction, this book is a must read for you. The highly personalized, whole-health treatment protocol as described in these pages is among the best available in the recovery field today. I was excited to learn about it and thrilled when I saw the results of it. As Richard Taite writes, ‘There is no better way to end the day than to know that an addict has found a new way to live and thrive.’”

Mark Jaffe, MD
Psychiatrist and Faculty at USC’s Keck School of Medicine

“A full recovery from any disease, including addiction, must include therapies that detox, nurture, and heal the entire person. In this marvelous, insightful book, the focus is not on one therapy but on weaving together therapies that support an individual’s unique needs and lead to long-term sobriety, happiness, and overall good health.”

Leslie Memsic, MD

“Taite and Scharff have written a book that deals with the complexity of the subject of addiction in a way that is readable and accessible. Ending Addiction for Good will help addicts and their families understand the problem of addiction so that they can create positive change in their lives.”

John Kenyon, PsyD

“Relevant and pertinent to addiction and change, Ending Addiction for Good should be on every person’s bookshelf who is, lives with or treats an addict. The authors took me on a compelling journey built upon both experience and evidence. From their personal stories to their discovery about why people become addicts, I was absorbed completely.”

William Morris, PhD
President and CEO, AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine
President Emeritus, American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

“If you have a loved one or a friend who is on the road to becoming your lost one due to an addiction, you will find the information in this book extremely helpful in helping them to find the road to recovery. Its wisdom and authenticity come from such a place of love and hope.”

Candy Finnigan,  BRI ll
Interventionist on A&E’s INTERVENTION and Author of When Enough is Enough: A Comprehensive Guide to Successful Intervention

Ending Addiction for Good addresses both the adult and the child-in-the-adult to break the cycle of harm to the next generation while healing old emotional wounds. I’m a pediatrician; I have seen addiction hurt COUNTLESS children and families. A mother or father is just not present and available to be a skilled loving parent until they deal with THEIR addiction.

Jay N. Gordon, MD, FAAP
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, UCLA Medical School
Former Senior Fellow in Pediatric Nutrition, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute

Ending Addiction for Good brings forward an approach that provides hope, restoration and healing to the addict. Its power is that it addresses the whole person and defines a clear path toward freedom and a true sense of self.

Dominique Robertson, MFT, PsyD

“As an addiction specialist, I champion the Stages of Change model for addiction recovery.  It not only targets and treats the root causes of addiction, but provides recovering addicts with the tools to believe change is possible and to develop the skills to create a sober life without the need to return to addiction.”

Robert Waldman, MD
Addiction Treatment Specialist and Medical Expert on the Treatment of Drug Dependency

“Kudos to Richard Taite and Constance Scharff, PhD for sharing this evidence-based path that allows freedom from addiction.  I have seen the most debilitated addicts recover using this recovery program.  It is utterly amazing to see the healing that occurs and the resulting transformation in lives.”

Damon Raskin, MD
Internal and Addiction Medicine

“This integrative approach provides the path to restored meaning and heightened purpose in returning those suffering from addiction to their essential state.”

Peter Amato, MA
Author of Soul Silence and Founder of Inner Harmony Wellness

“The comprehensive addiction recovery method in Ending Addiction for Good has saved the lives of people dear to my heart.  For that I am eternally grateful, and for certain, they are too.”

Nicholas Vrataric
Executive Director of the Clare Foundation

“In thirty-five years of working with addicts, helping them live rather than die, I have never seen a treatment protocol as effective as that offered by Cliffside Malibu.  I am thrilled that this life-saving protocol is being offered to the world through the book, Ending Addiction for Good.”

Beverly Iser
Life Coach