Sometimes even the voices the voices are hungover…
David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself copes with addiction and auditory hallucinations he calls “The Chorus.” Taylor, David’s therapist, struggles to stay sober and fight off depression while his wife lies in a coma. He bounces between his job at a psychiatric hospital, and the ECU of an adjoining hospital. When chaos breaks out on the psych unit, both must find the strength to overcome their demons.
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Ken Montrose spent ten years helping people overcome schizophrenia and addiction on an inpatient psychiatric unit, before becoming the Director of Training for drug and alcohol rehab.
Before then, he did a lot of personal research into the life of an alcoholic. The last time he drank beer, he hit a county sheriff, was $35,000 in debt, had just gotten kicked out of his Ph.D. program, and was soon to be divorced.
Twenty-eight years sober, he lives with his wife and two children in Pittsburgh’s northern suburbs. Life is good.