I regularly speak at Treatment Centres around the UK. I also recently spoke at The Earls Court Arts Festival (see below). My aim is to share my story of recovery from chronic addiction and mental illness, and from there inspire hope and self-motivation.

 

Depending on the group, I use a variety of approaches including writing-as-therapy, and self-awareness exercises. I believe in an integrative approach to overcoming addiction and do not follow any one methodology.      

 

 

Please contact me on Mob: 07879 880867, or email: cleamyers@hotmail.com 

                                                                                        

 

 Tweaking her dream, Clea will allow us a glimpse of the truly horrific power of drug addiction. Music and drinks reception.

CLEA Myers was the last person you would expect to have spiralled into a drug hell.
Middle-class, educated at a boarding school, and a British graduate of one of the best universities in America, she had the makings of a highly successful scriptwriter.

But instead, within three years of graduating, she had been in prison, suffered drug-induced psychosis and had aged the insides of her body by 20 years.

All because of a then little-known drug - crystal meth.

'CLEA MYERS has written a book called TWEAKING THE DREAM. It is a harrowing account of her struggle with addiction.The woman is full of grace.Today she came onto the show and made me cry with her courage and fortitude. Please buy it ...'
Jeni Barnett, LBC Radio

'This is a true story, a gripping description of an English girl's move to the US to follow the American dream, but instead she descends into a drug fuelled hell - amazingly she survives to tell the tale and how... A brave memoir and funny too, I loved the tales of dumpster diving - a term for diving into skips to discover hidden treasures (American dumpsters must be of a higher quality than the British equivalent). A must read that reveals the true hell that is crystal meth.
Julia Stephenson (Journalist & Author Letting Go of the Glitz )

'This is both an extremely gripping and a very moving read. Myers is an excellent writer, and also a very brave and compassionate one. To bare the grime - and the beauty - of your life (and soul) with such self-effacing honesty is commendable. I couldn't put it down.'
Diane Southern (Screenwriter, Journalist & Psycho-Therapist)

'Clea Myers' account of her descent into the madness of crystal meth addiction is a startling and compulsive read. She writes with a clarity that brings this dark side of LA's glitter to life. I couldn't put it down.'
Vida Adamoli (Writer)


With support from local accoustic musicians, this is bound to be a moving evening. Place yourself in the shoes of another for a night. This is 'real life' in close up.

8pm - 10pm

£5

The Prince of Teck

161 Earl's Court Road
London SW5 9RQ
020 7373 4291

www.princeofteck.com