On January 16, Nanaimo City Council declared the overdose prevention site on 264 Nicol Street a nuisance property after receiving a report from city staff detailing social disorder surrounding the site. The site is run by the Nanaimo Area Network of Drug Users (NANDU), and the designation means that the city can impose cost recovery […]
Fentanyl poisoning is now the number one cause of death for people ages 18 to 45. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Phyllis Babrove knows that all too well. She lost her daughter to the epidemic; now, she has a warning for other parents.Babrove believes the drug situation in the U.S. is destroying American families. That's why she wrote the book "Words From A Mother In Mourning: How To Protect Your Child From Drugs."In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, host Angela Kennecke sits down with Babrove to hear her advice.Support the showFor more episodes and to read Angela's blog, just go to our website, Emilyshope.charityWishing you faith, hope and courage! Podcast producers: Casey Wonnenberg & Anna Fey
Isaiah House Client Care Navigator and graduate of our women's program, Ashley Hopper sat down with us to talk about her journey in recovery and how hope fueled her through substance use, jail, rehab, shame and guilt. Today she is sharing that hope with others. This is a story you are not going to want to miss! Listen on your favorite podcast platform!
This Week In Wellness new guidelines from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) suggest that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption and that having more than 2 drinks a week is considered “risky”. This follows a statement from the World Health organisation in the Journal Lancet in January that also stated there was no safe level of alcohol consumption. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-19/canada-guidelines-say-no-safe-limit-of-alcohol/101868992 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2023/jan/20/australia-unlikely-to-follow-canada-in-slashing-alcohol-consumption-guidelines
According to the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, people should limit their alcohol consumption to just two drinks per week to avoid certain cancers and other health issues. The new health guidelines significantly reduce the number of drinks considered risky — the previous recommendation capped weekly consumption at 15 drinks for men and 10 drinks for women. On today's episode, Tim Naimi, director of the Canadian Institute For Substance Use Research at the University of Victoria and a member of the scientific advisory panel that contributed to the new guidelines, tells us what's behind the changes.
The BC Centre on Substance Use was established in 2017. It has a mandate to develop, help implement, and evaluate evidence-based approaches to substance use and addiction. Since 2016, British Columbia has been in a public health emergency due to deaths from illicit drug toxicity. Cheyenne Johnson, Executive Director of the BC Centre on Substance […]
A new report calls for cancer warning labels on alcohol and suggests Canadians stick to two drinks per week to minimize health risks. Matt Galloway talks to Dr. Alexander Caudarella, CEO of the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction; and Dan Malleck, a health sciences professor and medical historian who specializes in alcohol and drug policy.
In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, host Angela Kennecke sits down with Honesty Liller, a recovering addict and "Hope Dealer" for those battling substance use disorders. Honesty shares her story of addiction, including her near-fatal overdose at 17 and giving birth to her daughter while on heroin. Now in long-term recovery, Honesty talks about the importance of addressing the growing need for help for those struggling with addiction. Honesty has also written a book about her experiences. Support the showFor more episodes and to read Angela's blog, just go to our website, Emilyshope.charityWishing you faith, hope and courage! Podcast producers: Casey Wonnenberg & Anna Fey
Carrie Wilkens, PhD, is cofounder and clinical director of the Center for Motivation and Change (CMC). She is coauthor of The Parent's 20 Minute Guide to Change: A Guide for Parents About How to Help their Children Change their Substance Use, The Partner's 20 Minute Guide: A Guide for Partners About How to Help their … Continue reading "Compassion With Addiction with Carrie Wilkens"
Michael Wooten, owner of Effervescent Studios and person in recovery, joins Ty to discuss the past three years since he and his partner were last on the show. As many argue relapse if relapse is, or isn't, part of recovery, today's interview shows the monumental growth that can take place after a brief taste of recovery goes awry when relapse finds its way into our mind, body, and soul. Michael bares all and holds nothing back from the struggles his methamphetamine used caused with his closest relationships. After being asked to leave the home he and his partner began building, Michael was left to reevaluate his life, drug use, and if recovery was something he truly wanted. Realigning his values and desires, he realized a life with organic happiness and supportive people in his life was more important than the stimulants. Today, Michael owns his dance studio, is happily involved with his partner, and is learning peer work with Amare as a Family Recovery Coach Intern. www.myrecoverypodcast.comwww.facebook.com/recoveryuncensoredwww.twitter.com/recoveryuncens1
In the final part of this two-part episode we meet Paul again, who was born and raised in Manila, Philippines and now lives in London. He has a passion for movement, philosophy and martial arts and teaches 1:1 and group/workshops on martial arts. He's found a lot of healing for his big emotions through this medium. You can find Paul at https://www.fluidtacticstraining.com, on IG @fluid.tactics and on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDs0mWnmdS4 Shop our new merch! https://www.laurieedmundson.com/shopYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderlineYou can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.comIf you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon.For mental health supports:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online ChatSAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines Support the showYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderline You can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.com If you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon. For mental health supports: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online Chat SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727) OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines
Host: Brenda Zane, Guest: Eric Fawson, LCSWNumerous studies show that adopted children are significantly more likely to develop substance use disorders. Is this true? If so, why? And how can parents of adopted children support and guide them through those tendencies?Today I'm speaking with Eric Fawson. Eric has been practicing therapy for more than 15 years, focusing on attachment, trauma, and the substance misuse that often accompanies these issues. He has served as a Clinical Director and is currently a therapist at Elements Wilderness. Eric was also adopted at birth and has worked with countless adoptees, making him particularly qualified to talk about the unique challenges facing adoptive parents.In this discussion, we'll be exploring:why adopted children may struggle with addiction how parents' state of mind can affect discussions about substance use and why it's so important to be part of a community that understands what you're going through as a parent with a child experimenting with or misusing substancesLearn about The Stream, our private online community for moms, at www.thestreamcommunity.comWe now have a new community for dads parenting a child who struggles with substance use and mental health; The Woods: members.thewoodscommunity.orgFind us on Instagram: @the.stream.communityDownload my free e-book, HINDSIGHT: Three Things I Wish I Knew When My Son Was Misusing Drugs: www.brendazane.com/hindsightJoin my email list: www.brendazane.com/email
As the U.S. struggles with a deadly drug epidemic, Nathan Smiddy has made it his mission to prevent deaths and mourning. He believes that by distributing Narcan, he has saved around 450 lives in the past year. The issue hits home for “Narcan Nate” because he started not only using but selling drugs in high school. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, hear how Nate overcame his substance use disorder after a couple of close encounters with death.Nate has created a Go Fund Me page to help with his efforts at https://www.gofundme.com/f/narcan-nate-fund. Support the showFor more episodes and to read Angela's blog, just go to our website, Emilyshope.charityWishing you faith, hope and courage! Podcast producers: Casey Wonnenberg & Anna Fey
Learn all things OCD with the OCD Whisperer Podcast. #allthingsocd Dr. Jonathan Hoffman and I discussed Substance Use and OCD treatment. Listen to find out more. If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Hoffmans work at NBI, check out these resources: https://www.facebook.com/nbiweston https://www.linkedin.com/company/nbiweston/ https://www.youtube.com/user/NBIWESTON/videos https://www.instagram.com/nbiweston/?hl=en https://twitter.com/nbi_weston *** IOP and Individual OCD Therapy with Kristina Orlova (CA residents only) 30 day digital journal to help stop ruminating ($8.95 paperback) OCD Whisperer YouTube Channel IG @ocdwhisperer _____ Disclaimer: This podcast is for educational purposes. Though I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in California & specialize in OCD and Anxiety Disorders, this does not replace therapy. See you in the next episode! Keep going in the meantime. *Episodes come out out bi-weekly.
Case #197: Invisible Illnesses "You Don't Look Sick" Classification: [Healthcare] This Episode OVPOD talks about a group of Illnesses that are Invisible. The people who have these Invisible Illnesses may look healthy, but in reality, are sick. From Mental Illness to Multiple sclerosis, from Chronic Pain to Crohn's disease, from Lupus to Lyme Disease, today we talk about empathy and understanding. Guests: Catitty, The Darkside Baker, The Void Lead Researcher: Ood Gallifrey Poison: The Darkside Baker's Pies Topics Mentioned: Healthcare, Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Pain Management, Substance use, Invisible Illness, History of Medicine -Pallet Cleanser- Song: Stardust Artist: Hoagy Carmichael Year: 1927 Audio Sources: Floating Cities Music: Kevin MacLeod License: CC BY 3.0 http://goo.gl/BlcHZR Inspired Music: Kevin MacLeod License: CC BY 3.0 http://goo.gl/BlcHZR Lamentation Music: Kevin MacLeod License: CC BY 3.0 http://goo.gl/BlcHZR Taking the 'invisible' out of invisible illnesses | Bethany Dawson Youtube TEDx Talks US: Opioids Crackdown Leaves Pain Patients Suffering Youtube Human Rights Watch What happens when you have a disease doctors can't diagnose | Jennifer Brea Youtube Ted I'm a 22-Year-Old With Fibromyalgia | Invisible Illness | Health Youtube Health Magazine -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at http://www.patreon.com/ovpod
Describe at least 3 risk factors for adolescent substance use and development of a substance use disorder.Identify the 3 addictive substances adolescents are most likely to use.Identify the 3 major risk factors for fentanyl poisoning in adolescents.Understand basic principles for substance use screening and intervention for adolescents.
According to the latest data from the HHS' Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration annual survey, one in three Americans had a substance abuse disorder or mental illness in 2021. Lauren Gardner talks with Daniel Payne. Plus, Ben Leonard talks with Amy Abernethy, the former No. 2 at the Food and Drug Administration and now president of Verily's clinical research business, about barriers to improving trials, the new Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health and more.
What do you really know about psilocybin, commonly known as magic mushrooms? Research on the substance has lagged behind in the U.S. but, recent grassroots movements and a non-profit in… Continue Reading Psilocybin: Psychology, Policy and Possibilities – With Sam Chapman
Addiction is at an all-time high in the United States and the results are deadly. During the COVID-19 pandemic, binge drinking increased by 21 percent and drug overdoses claimed more than 100,000 lives in just a 12-month period. But what causes a person to develop an addiction? Why are substance use disorders so complicated to treat? And what new treatments are giving people hope that recovery is possible? MPR News shares “Substance Use & New Paths to Recovery,” a special broadcast from Call to Mind, American Public Media's initiative to foster conversations about mental health. Through in-depth interviews and reported stories, we hear firsthand from individuals who have recovered from substance use disorders, clinicians leading research to transform the treatment field, and experts who work to decriminalize substance use disorders. Call to Mind specials are hosted by Kimberly Adams, senior correspondent for APM's Marketplace who covers mental health, politics, business and the economy from Washington, D.C. Guests: Scott Edwards is an associate professor of physiology at LSU Health Sciences Center and the associate director at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) a T32 Program. Yasmin Hurd is the director of the Addiction Institute within the Mount Sinai Behavioral Health System and the Ward Coleman Chair of Translational Neuroscience. She is also a professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Carrie Kappel is a registered nurse and the board co-chair of the Minnesota Nursing Peer Support Network (NPSN), manager of operations of addiction services at Allina Health. Dr. Joji Susuki is the director of the Division of Addiction Psychiatry at Brigham and Women's Hospital and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.
In this episode, we dive into a vital topic surrounding mental health and how Peaks Recovery is taking the initiative the shift how we effectively help individuals. We discuss how approaching our clients from a mental health lens is providing a betterment to culture, outcomes, and behavioral health services.
Originally released on April 14th, 2019Your host of Grieving Out Loud, Angela Kennecke, first met Melissa Flynn just a few months after Emily died. Melissa contacted Angela to see how she could help with her newly formed charity, Emily's Hope. Melissa had lost her 25-year-old stepson, Nicholas, to fentanyl poisoning just ten days after Emily died. Angela and Melissa met, and they have been doing advocacy work together ever since.In this episode, Melissa talks about losing Nicholas to a fentanyl overdose, her frustration in attempting to get him help, and what she has learned during this challenging journey. Melissa is sharing her family's story in hopes that others in a similar situation will benefit. Support the showFor more episodes and to read Angela's blog, just go to our website, Emilyshope.charityWishing you faith, hope and courage! Podcast producers: Casey Wonnenberg & Anna Fey
Brett Newski (NEWSKI) and Justin (the Hatchets) analyze sunday school wobbles, catholic guilt, substance use, & worst bosses. The Hatchets: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1RfqALvRgYSXBVxTS3vdpN More on NEWSKI: https://newskimusic.com/
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Originally released on August 16, 2020Brandon Novak was a world-famous champion skateboarder. However, he was also in his first treatment center for addiction to heroin at age 17. Brandon went on to co-star in TV and movies in the MTV Jackass and Viva La BAM series. To his numerous fans, he seemed to have it all. He was getting paid to skate and hang out with his friends, but Brandon Novak's life was crumbling into several pieces off-screen. At age 35, after several years of being an addict, the once-rising celebrity burned out and ultimately hit rock bottom. He was now homeless, begging for money on the streets of Baltimore and living under a bridge. Brandon went to his thirteenth rehab for help with nothing left to lose. More than four years later, Brandon Novak is sober, living in Philadelphia, and has turned his life around. Brandon and Angela Kennecke met at the 2019 DEA 360 Los Angeles Opioid Awareness Youth Summit, where they spoke to 5,000 high school students, telling their individual stories. Along with speaking out about his addiction and recovery journey, Brandon has become a recovery advocate for Banyan Treatment Centers. He works with them to show others that recovery is possible and it is never too late. He has also become a Certified Intervention Professional to help people struggling to get their addicted loved ones into treatment.Support the showFor more episodes and to read Angela's blog, just go to our website, Emilyshope.charityWishing you faith, hope and courage! Podcast producers: Casey Wonnenberg & Anna Fey
Amy C Willis is back! Amy leads the conversation as we discuss substance use and addiction in the 2SLGBT+ community. Amy shares her own experience as a queen woman who previously had an alcohol addiction, the connection between gay bars as safe spaces and substance use and the rates of addiction in the community. Connect with Amy Instagram @msamycwillis Hol + Wel www.holandwell.com/ The 5 Step Guide to Kick-Start Your Sobriety Workbook by Amy C Willis https://www.holandwell.com/5-steps-to-sobriety Lose the Booze Group Coaching Program Starting January 2, 2023 https://www.holandwell.com/groupcoaching Amy's Article for The Progressive https://progressive.org/op-eds/big-alcohol-fuels-addiction-lgbtq-community-willis-220816/ Sarah Kate's Non Alcoholic Sparkling Punch With Spiced Rum https://www.somegoodcleanfun.com/blog/non-alcoholic-harvest-sparkling-punch
Alcohol use during the holiday season. Join Jeff Peterson, LCSW, as he discusses his journey of recovery. Hear how Jeff uses his experience to support others and get tips for managing the stress of the holiday season without reaching for your favorite glass of wine. A must listen for anyone curious about sobriety or interested in changing their relationship with alcohol. Continue LearningSMART RecoveryHolly WhitakerAuthor, Quit Like a WomanAnnie GraceAuthor, This Naked MindAlcoholics AnonymousConsumer guide for finding and choosing alcohol and other drug treatment programs in the state of WisconsinhereRecommendations from Jeff PodcastsBubble HourThis naked mindDopeyBooksThe Unexpected Joy of Being Sober by Catherine Gray Alcohol explained This naked mind The alcohol experiment We are the luckiest Blackout: Remembering the Things that I Drank to Forget by SarahHepola Unwasted: My Lush Sobriety by Sacha Z. Scoblic Lit: A Memoir by Mary Karr Beautiful Boy Tweak AA Big book NA basic text MoviesHe wont get far on foot My name is Bill Clean and sober The lost weekend Days of Wine and roses Smashed When a man loves a woman Gia 28 days Bill W Local (Madison, WI) meetingsACOA- https://adultchildren.org/ Madison AA- https://aamadisonwi.org/ Madison NA- https://badgerlandna.org/ Madison Alanon- https://sites.google.com/site/alanondistrict8madison/home Madison Smart Recovery : https://smartrecoverymadisonwi.org/ Produced by Jessica Warpula SchultzMusic by Jason A. SchultzInsight Mind Body Talk. Also, check out our e-courses!
Kristin Waite-Labbot, BSN, RN, CARN, CPRC, struggled with substance use disorders that deeply affected her life, her relationships and her career. After losing much to opioids and alcohol, she found recovery. Ultimately regaining her nursing licensure and returning to the work she loves, Kristin is now the author of An Unlikely Addict, a certified addictions registered nurse, licensed recovery coach and founder of the Wisconsin Peer Alliance for Nurses. In this episode, Dr. Robert Strauss, Chief Medical Officer, TeamHealth, talks to Kristin about her incredible story and breaking the stigma for healthcare workers facing substance use. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Learn more about An Unlikely Addict and WiSPAN.
Have you been wondering recently whether your substance use is normal? Do you find yourself drinking more than you would like, smoking every day, or taking gummies every night to help you sleep? How do you tell when using substances to cope with the circumstances of life becomes a problem? If you have been asking these questions, you're not alone. Recently, so many of my listeners have been writing to me with questions just like that. I invited today's guest, sober coach and friend Patty Powers, so that I can ask her all of the questions about substances that you have been asking me. Not only is she a friend who I have worked with professionally for many years, Patty was also the one who helped a very dear family member of mine when they relapsed. Listen to today's episode to get some clarity: When does substance use become substance abuse? And what can you do to support healing if you recognize problematic substance use in yourself or a loved one? Read the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/463 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nathaniel Day is the Medical Director of the Virtual Opioid Dependency Program in Alberta.He's passionate about helping people who struggle with substance because he's seen the system fail people first hand.Join us this week for an engaging and interactive conversation about why led him to develop this program, how it works, and perhaps some ways we can advocate to bring this service to Saskatchewan.Did you know someone can get on suboxone the same day they ask for help in Alberta?We're going to talk about the why, and the how they're finding safer ways to live over there this week right here,on Hard Knox Talks.-----------------------This live production is Premiere Sponsored by Prairie Sky Recovery Centre. Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
Dr. Miriam E. Delphin-Rittmon, Ph.D. (she/hers) is the Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Administrator of SAMHSA and an Unapologetically Black Unicorn. Dr. Delphin-Rittmon reflects on her roles before joining SAMHSA and some of her mentors through the course of her career. They talk about mental health promotion and early intervention, the data behind the increase in use of the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, equity focus work including the Black youth suicide summit and why SAMHSA offers hope with their funding of support and services. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Links: SAMHSA Interim Strategic Plan: https://www.samhsa.gov/about-us/interim-strategic-plan Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator: https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/
"I was living in a cellar because I was on the run, I couldn't go home."Tracy is a person in long term recovery."I promised my unborn baby that he would never grow up with addiction in his house hold, I've kept that promise for 8 years, and counting."Join us this week as we have a conversation about her life both in addiction, and in finding a safer way to live for herself, and now others."If you create a life that you wake up grateful af for, that is how you're going to achieve long term recovery."You won't want to miss this one friends as we go from half way house to healer this week right here, on Hard Knox Talks.Buckle up! Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
Interview with Eugenia C. South, MD, MS, author of Effect of Abandoned Housing Interventions on Gun Violence, Perceptions of Safety, and Substance Use in Black Neighborhoods: A Citywide Cluster Randomized Trial. Hosted by Robert Steinbrook, MD. Related Content: Effect of Abandoned Housing Interventions on Gun Violence, Perceptions of Safety, and Substance Use in Black Neighborhoods
Interview with Eugenia C. South, MD, MS, author of Effect of Abandoned Housing Interventions on Gun Violence, Perceptions of Safety, and Substance Use in Black Neighborhoods: A Citywide Cluster Randomized Trial. Hosted by Robert Steinbrook, MD. Related Content: Effect of Abandoned Housing Interventions on Gun Violence, Perceptions of Safety, and Substance Use in Black Neighborhoods
Health Disparities and Substance Use among Youth with guest Dr. Grace Kong December 4, 2022 Yale Cancer Center visit: http://www.yalecancercenter.org email: firstname.lastname@example.org call: 203-785-4095
No matter our age or background, some of us are just naturally more tense, reactive or prone to unhealthy coping tactics when feeling overwhelmed and it's all about managing the curve balls that come our way. It's important to take care of ourselves as well as help those in our lives who are impacted by mental health challenges, and here our student hosts learn ways to effectively navigate these conversations with friends or loved ones in need. In addition to a basic education around Depression and related mental health issues, Seattle Children's Dr. Elizabeth McCauley explores practical coping strategies like choosing healthier foods, regulating sleep cycles, routine physical activity and positive socializing. No one is immune to Depression but we can all learn to cope in healthier ways. Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children's, Coping 101 is an ongoing series led by students in Nathan Hale High School's Radio class that destigmatizes mental health from a teen's perspective, made possible with support from Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian. Find more Coping 101 episodes, education and a wide array of mental resources online at c895.org/coping101
Today let's talk about turning our suffering into strength with Colleen Ryan-Hensley, a 10-year Navy veteran, and candidate for Certified Mental Performance Coach with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. She's also the founder of #BingingSober.She has struggled with depression and alcohol abuse for over 20 years! But managed to turn the table around and thrived from those struggles. Listen in as she shares her story. Show notes: deepintosleep.co/episode/trauma-and-substance-useConnect with Dr. YishanInstagram: @mind_body_gardenTwitter: @dryishanFacebook: @mindbodygardenConnect with Colleen Ryan-HensleyWeb: ArmoredGrace.comInstagram: @armoredgraceTwitter: @armoredgraceLinkedin: ArmoredGraceResources:Insomnia Treatment Course 20% Coupon Code: DEEPINTOSLEEP2022CBT-I Courses:English: https://www.deepintosleep.co/insomnia.Chinese: https://www.mindbodygarden.com/sleepNewsletter:Chinese: https://www.mindbodygarden.com/sleepEnglish: https://www.deepintosleep.co/sleepCBT-I Courses:English: https://www.deepintosleep.co/insomnia.Chinese: https://www.mindbodygarden.com/sleepPodcast Links:Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deep-into-sleep/id1475295840Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/deepintosleepStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/deep-into-sleepSpotify:...
Social worker, consultant, educator at the University of Regina, and Fierce harm reduction advocate Erin Beckwell is joining us this week to get real about what is happening in this province.We're going to talk about as much as we can and we're going to put her in the hot seat to find out how she really feels about drug policy in Saskatchewan, and how we can move closer to how she would like to see things done.Should it be a free for all?Should illicit substances be regulated the same as alcohol?Or should safe supply even be a thing?You won't want to miss this one friends as we set fire to what you think you know about harm reduction this week right here,On Hard Knox Talks.Buckle up!-------------------This live production is title sponsored by Prairie Harm Reduction. To learn more about PHR and make a donation check out https://prairiehr.ca/ Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
Meet today's guest, Miesha Rice MSW. In 2013, Miesha earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Maryland Graduate School of Social Work, one of the top Social Work schools in the nation. She was trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Substance Use, Mental Health Policy, Family Therapy, and Management and Community Organizing. Miesha also served as the 2013 Student Commencement Speaker, where she gave a roaring speech on behalf of her graduating class. Today, Miesha Rice serves as the first African American female to oversee program operations for the Adult Drug Treatment Court for Baltimore City's Circuit Court. She has even received a certification from the State of MD as a specialist to assist victims and witnesses of crime. In our interview Miesha shares with us how her Mother's diagnosis with breast cancer motivated her to pivot from a career in the entertainment industry and become a Social Worker to help others. Miesha also speaks about the importance of speaking about mental health specifically, within the Black community and much more. Follow Miesha Book an appointment Shop HUSH The Documentary -----------------------------------------------
Social worker, consultant, educator at the University of Regina, and Fierce harm reduction advocate Erin Beckwell is joining us this week to get real about what is happening in this province.We're going to talk about as much as we can and we're going to put her in the hot seat to find out how she really feels about drug policy in Saskatchewan, and how we can move closer to how she would like to see things done.Should it be a free for all?Should illicit substances be regulated the same as alcohol?Or should safe supply even be a thing?You won't want to miss this one friends as we set fire to what you think you know about harm reduction this week right here,On Hard Knox Talks.Buckle up!-------------------This live production is title sponsored by Prairie Harm Reduction. Check them out and make a donation today at Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
Welcoming all of our new TikTok listeners! For a long time Liz lost her smile due to her substance use... * Her father put her up for adoption * She endured a lot of abuse * At 17 she connected with a 40 year old drug supplier who introduced her to cocaine, and gave her access to endless amounts of it * Her cocaine use got so bad that her eyes, nose and ears doctor had to intervene with emergency surgery…she continued using after that * Kept up a job and was well liked there until people started suspecting drug use….she was fired after a mandatory drug test came back positive * Her supplier of endless cocaine cut her off after he noticed how consumed into it she was * There came a time where she was choosing to buy drugs over buying food for her kids Liz is now a CCAR Volunteer Manager and is a person in recovery. Hear her story as only she can tell it!
Countless families have a loved one struggling with both mental health and substance use concerns. Many families struggle to find healthy ways to help their loved one without sacrificing their own health and wellbeing in the process. So, how can families use healthy helping patterns to support their loved one and prioritize their own wellbeing? Sarah Schwalbach, marriage and family therapist with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, a supporting partner of Mom Enough, brings a wealth of wisdom and practical strategies for families in this situation. She highlights the parallel processes that often occur – for example, a son lying about his substance use and other families in turn lying about why he didn't show up for an important event. Sarah challenges parents to get rid of the idea that “You are only as happy as your least happy child,” urging parents to build community that will help to buffer the effects of your loved one's choices on your own wellbeing. You will welcome the concrete advice Sarah brings about when and how to confront your loved one and how to set clear boundaries for yourself without trying to control that person's behavior. Tune into this important episode of Mom Enough and encourage others you know to do the same. WHY ARE HEALTHY HELPING PATTERNS SO IMPORTANT WHEN COPING WITH A LOVED ONE'S MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE CONCERNS? Sarah Schwalbach offers great tips for “striking while the iron is cool” rather than hot. What does that mean in the context of communicating with a loved one struggling with substance use, and what specific tips did Sarah provide for being most effective in encouraging your loved one to accept help and begin to make healthy choices? WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE? ❉ HOPE FOR FAMILIES FACING ADDICTION: EXPERT ADVICE FROM HAZELDEN BETTY FORD FOUNDATION. Kate Roselle, licensed clinical counselor and national outreach manager for Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's adolescent and young adult continuum of care, joins Mom Enough for a compelling discussion on families facing addiction. She shares tips for effecting change if a loved one is struggling, discusses clinical resources for families, and explores the factors that are associated with the greatest hope of successful treatment and recovery. Roselle says, “The opposite of addiction is connection,” and that informs the work of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. ❉ HOW TO COPE WITH A LOVED ONE'S ADDICTION: ONE WRITER'S STORY AND INSIGHTS. Beverly Conyers, author, mother, and grandmother, discusses her daughter's addiction & gives tips for coping with a loved one's addiction. ❉ PARENTAL ADDICTION: IMPACT ON THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP & HOW TO HEAL TOGETHER. Parental addiction has significant effects on children and the parent-child relationship, but there is hope and healing is possible. When a parent is addicted to alcohol or other drugs, their relationships with their children suffer, whatever the ages of the children. Given a chance, school-age children often describe working hard to keep their parent's secret, trying to take care of their parent, and worrying that they can't trust their parent to be there when they need them. Helene Photias of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Children's Program and Paula Frisk of St. David's Center for Child & Family Development, join Marti & Erin to discuss keys to helping parents and children move toward healing, build more positive and secure relationships, and create the fun and joy that every child and parent deserves.
Boyce is a person in recovery from substance use disorder.Jenny is his wife that stood by him as best she could all along the way.Tune in this week and listen to their story and how peer support groups helped them both find the meaningful and productive lives they have today.You won't want to miss this one friends as we address this family affliction, with family solutions this week right here,on Hard Knox Talks.Buckle up!--------------------------This episode of Hard Knox Talks is Premiere Sponsored by Stronger Together Canada, peer-led support groups by Moms Stop The Harm. If you've lost a loved one to substance use harm check out https://www.healingheartscanada.org/If you've got a loved one who is experiencing challenges with substance use reach out to,https://www.holdinghopecanada.org/ Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
Melanie's Family runs Prairie Sky Recovery Centre in Leipzig, SK.She is also a person in recovery from both a substance use disorder and an eating disorder.Join us this week to hear about what it was like for her growing up around AA but still falling into the grips of addiction."The solution was always right there, I just never realized it."You won't want to miss this one friends, as we get real about the realities of addiction right here in Saskatchewan this week right here, on Phoenix Fire.----------------------------This episode of Phoenix Fire is Premiere sponsored by Prairie Sky Recovery Centre. Love what we do? Stay up to date on upcoming live streams, get on our email list, check out our shop, listen to our audios, and more. Click the link to start exploring.https://linktr.ee/hardknoxtalks
With well over a hundred episodes on Hopestream, I couldn't believe we haven't talked about the very common link between substance use and suicide rates. Since it was time, I'm honored to introduce you to mother, author, and mental health advocate, Anne Moss Rogers. She courageously shares her story of the loss of her son to suicide in hopes of spurring more honest conversations before it's too late for other families. While this is another topic that's messy and difficult to navigate, Anne Moss reminds us that patience and curiosity are the best tools we have for exposing the root of our kids' pain. You'll also hear practical ways to recognize signs that your child needs to talk about suicide and ways to work through what can be an overwhelming fear.In this episode, you'll learn: Why Anne Moss left a corporate career she was highly passionate about to pursue advocacy for suicide prevention full timeWhether talking about suicide plants seeds in a person's mind about killing themselvesHow her son Charles' battle with mental health showed up in the beginning and how it progressedThe connection between self-harming behavior and suicide ideationHow Anne Moss had to navigate her son's immediate relapse after going to treatmentThe red flags to look for if someone you love is contemplating suicideWhat you can do if your son or daughter avoids engaging this topic with youLearn about our private online community for moms, The Stream, and our new community for dads, The WoodsFind us on Instagram: @the.stream.communityDownload my free e-book, HINDSIGHT: Three Things I Wish I Knew When My Son Was Misusing DrugsJoin my email list
Today my guest is Dr Kim Dennis. She is a board-certified psychiatrist who specializes in treating addiction including substance, process, and food disorders. She has helped thousands of people to stay alive and recover for over 20 years. Her knowledge of eating disorders and addiction isn't just limited to her academic and clinical experience, she has had her own experience as a person who has recovered from an eating disorder, addiction and trauma. She believes in and maintains a holistic perspective in the practice of psychiatry, incorporating biological, psycho-social, and spiritual approaches into the individually tailored treatment programs for each patient at SunCloud Health. Before we jump into today's episode, I wanted to share a couple of resources to help you along your recovery journey. First, there is a free private women's facebook group you can join if you'd like some additional support. I am regularly sharing books I love, guided meditations, daily inspiration cards and other resources. And next month I'll actually be announcing a new step work class! It's free, it's private and you can work the 12 steps without having to attend meetings. We did this a couple of years ago and it was a big success with over 200 women participating. This time around you won't even have to buy the books if you don't want to because you can access it all online for free. To join the group just search “One Day At A Time - Private Women's Group” Or visit odaatchat.com and look for the link in the show notes. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1244862275613746 So that's it for announcements! Please enjoy this episode with Dr. Kim! Connect with Dr. Kim Here: Visit Website: Follow on Instagram Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuRolkOZ7X8fCEFCDYd5tg Subscribe So You Don't Miss New Episodes! Listen On: https://apple.co/30g6ALF https://odaatchat.libsyn.com/spotify https://bit.ly/3n0taNQ Watch Full Episodes! https://bit.ly/2UpR5Lo
As a researcher in the field of psychology and behavior change, Lauren's experiences implementing strategies for change help to set her apart from many coaches and mindset practitioners. She researched, developed, and delivered evidence-informed programs for parents experiencing high stress across a range of contexts, from natural disasters to pandemics, with complex risk factors such as housing difficulties, domestic and family violence, child abuse and neglect, and infant and baby developmental difficulties. Lauren has worked in multiple countries and served as a consultant to the World Health Organization's Department of Mental Health and Substance Use. For eight years, she researched the positive parenting program alongside the program founder and developers and worked at the international head office in Australia. This parenting program is used in more than 25 countries, including the US, and has the world's largest evidence base. It is number one on the United Nations' ranking of parenting programs, based on the extent of its evidence base. Working directly with parents in the positive psychology program, Lauren honed her coaching process. Yet it was Lauren's own personal battle with burnout years ago that fuels her passion for helping individuals identify their core values and goals and live intentionally today. She has developed a coaching program informed by social, behavioral, and neuroscience research to help people suffering from chronic stress to forge a path to greater fulfillment. After years of publishing and speaking on expert panels, she's now bringing her collected learnings directly to you, through her consultancy services and coaching courses. Originally from South Carolina, Lauren loves taking nature walks with friends and listening to podcasts about the science behind human behavior. She highly recommends ice bath and sauna sessions to reduce inflammation and get a quick boost of positive energy. In this episode, Emily and Lauren discuss: Actionable steps and tactical practices to prevent burnout this holiday season The benefits a flow state and how to create conditions for peak performance and focus in your life and work The importance of social connection for longevity, stress management, + combating isolation Why daily space for reflection and meditation are the keys to setting better boundaries and ultimately getting your needs met (in business & beyond) Tune in now! CONNECT WITH LAUREN: Instagram: Lauren M Hodge, PhD (@drlaurenhodge) • Instagram photos and videos Website: www.drlaurenhodge.com IF YOU ENJOY THE PODCAST… We would love for you to subscribe, rate, and review it! This helps more people find the show and give it a listen. Thank you in advance :) CONNECT WITH EMILY: www.wmnup.co/mastermind - Explore, learn more, + book a consult before spaces are full! Instagram: instagram.com/emilycasselofficial | Instagram.com/wmnup Website: www.wmnup.co Insight Timer: http://insig.ht/emilycasselofficial
Have you found it difficult to read anything longer than a paragraph since your person died? It's a phenomenon familiar, both personally and professionally, to Eleanor Haley, MS & Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C. Eleanor & Litsa started the What's Your Grief community back in 2012 as a way to create the kind of grief resources they most needed in their own lives and for the clients they supported. They just published their first book, What's Your Grief - Lists to Help You Through Any Loss, and it will come as no surprise that it's filled with lists designed to help you better absorb information about grief from death and non-death losses. If you missed Eleanor & Litsa's first appearance on Grief Out Loud, go back and listen to Ep. 22: Grief & Becoming a Parent.