Max A. Schneider graduated from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine in 1949. Dr. Schneider practiced internal medicine in his native Buffalo for 11 years until 1964 and since 1964 in Orange County, California.
As an instructor, Dr. Schneider served as a Member of Faculties at Harvard and University of Buffalo Schools of Medicine and since 1966, the University of California/Irvine College of Medicine.
He is the immediate past president of the California Society for the Treatment of Alcoholics and Other Drug Dependencies, President of the American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies, and on the boards of directors of the National Council on Alcoholism and the American Academy of Addictionology.
Here are the films which Dr. Schneider has hosted for FMS Productions which are available here exclusively.
The Medical Aspects of Alcohol are addressed in two comprehensive films. These films have educated, and continue to educate, anyone working in the field of alcohol or alcoholism treatment and recovery. Learn More
Using computer-generated medical diagrams and interviews with numerous family members, Dr. Schneider thoroughly describes the nature and scope of the illness of codependency. He explains the physical and emotional strains that a drug or alcohol abuser places on family, friends and co-workers.
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