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Press releases featuring experts from Life Works Community.

pressreleaseBBC Surrey Radio, Monday 18th October 2010 on the Surrey Breakfast show with Nick Wallis.

Life Works founder & CEO Don Serratt discusses alcohol addiction and the implications of alcoholism on future generations.  In an interview with BBC Surrey radio they explore new radical government policies and how being Dedicated to Recovery is a more suitable way of thinking.

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London Evening Standard by Miranda Bryant

Job fear 'driving bankers to cocaine'

CEO and founder of Life Works, Don Serratt, was asked for his experienced and professional input into the rise in job loss in the banking sector, whilst discussing the implications this has on Cocaine use.  The use of Cocaine in the City has shot up by a quarter in a year because of the recession, according to a former investment banker who works with addicts.

Read the full areticle here Job Fear Driving Bankers To Cocaine

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