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Knockin' Doorz Down
Daniel Hearn | Being Of Service, Stepping Outside The Comfort Of Recovery Groups & Hard Knox Talk

Knockin' Doorz Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 53:38


Why did I want to talk with Daniel Hearn on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast? I am your host Jason LaChance, and I spoke with Daniel Hearn because we share a mutual passion for ending the stigma around addiction recovery and those suffering from mental health issues.  Daniel is an active member of the addiction recovery community and a loud voice to end the stigma so that no one thinks they have to suffer in silence. The Hard Knox Talks team prides itself in raising awareness around Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illness. They have found that recognizing the unmanageability of our thoughts and actions is often the first step toward recovery.   The lived experience brought them to this point. Daniel Hearn has himself been walking the road to recovery for several years. His vision is to help those who would decide to walk that path if the resources were available. That's why they're here. To give voice to those silenced by stigma—expected to act appropriately while in the grips of insanity. They are here to help those who are lost as we once were, to grow as we are, and to show the world that the lie is dead. We do recover.  This is Daniel Hearn in his own words on Knockin' Doorz Down. For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more information on Daniel Hearn visit https://www.hardknoxtalks.com/ Listen to and Subscribe to the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast on all audio platforms and on YouTube for more amazing conversations of hope at prosperity at https://www.KDDPodcast.com and follow Knockin' Doorz Down on social media.

The Painful Truth of Living with Chronic Pain

Robby and Sammi want to welcome you to a Very Special Episode of The Painful Truth of Living with Chronic Pain where as they discuss Substance Use Disorders aka addiction. You've heard about Robby's struggles with opioids, and on the next episode you'll get a better understanding of their friend Phil's addiction history, so it seemed like a good time to dive into the topic. Robby has friends who currently struggle with illicit drug abuse and offers his own personal insight into caring for an addict while Sammi breaks down the medical jargon and advice.Follow your hosts on Instagram @thepainfultruthpodcast, @robert1950studios, and @thesam.a.lam!Follow Phil on Instagram @nocatsnoglory78 and TikTok @catsncannabisFind addiction and recovery help:National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) - https://nida.nih.gov/SAMHSA's National Helpline - https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline1-800-662-4357Mayo Clinic - https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/drug-addiction/care-at-mayo-clinic/mac-20365117Follow your hosts on Instagram @thepainfultruthpodcast, @robert1950studios, and @thesam.a.lam!Join Ashley and Sammi for some Disney magic over on The Pixie Dust Twins Podcast!Support the show

Counselor Toolbox Podcast
Substance Use Disorders DSM 5 TR Changes

Counselor Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 58:35


Define addiction / substance abuse Eldentify the general categories in the DSM 5 TR Explore diagnostic criteria for SUDs and addictions

Hear Me Now Podcast
The kids aren't all right - Young people and mental health

Hear Me Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:45


Before the pandemic, one-in-five children in America faced a challenge with their mental, emotional, or behavioral health. Since the pandemic, symptoms of depression and anxiety among young people have doubled, worldwide.We all have a role in protecting the mental health of kids. And we can start by making it something that it's OK to talk about. On today's program, two youth advocates for mental health – Billie Henderson and Kaiya Bates – discuss what they've experienced and how they've worked to make things better for other young people..A transcript of this episode is available online..CONTENT WARNING: Billie and Kaiya's conversation includes discussion of self-harm and suicide, which may be troubling for some listeners. If you are struggling, please call the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 9-8-8. Someone is available to talk with you now.. RESOURCES:Protecting Youth Mental Health: The U.S. Surgeon General's Advisory (.pdf)Suicide & Crisis Lifeline    call 988 anytimeWork2BeWell: Mental Health Resilience Support for Teens & AdultsThe Trevor Project    call 866-488-7386   |  chat   |   text "START" to 678-678The National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline (RAINN)    call 800-656-4673   |   chatHow do we connect with our kids?  Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, M.D. & Dr. Becky Kennedy, Ph.D. (video)Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness a film by Erik Ewers and Christopher Loren Ewers (video/paywall) .

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic
Life after ‘The Pharmacist' for Dan Schneider: A new mission

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 33:12 Transcription Available


In our last episode, we introduced you to the central character of the Netflix docuseries, The Pharmacist, Dan Schneider. Dan told us he had no idea his son was using crack before he was murdered in New Orleans in the late 90's. While police didn't show much interest in his son's case, Dan took it upon himself to use every investigative tool at the time to find his son's killer. But the story doesn't end there. In his role as a pharmacist, Dan was among the first to spot the opioid epidemic in this country and actually do something about it, shutting down pill mill doctors and pushing for a prescription monitoring program in his state. Dan has never stopped pushing for change to save lives, lost unnecessarily to drugs. Now he's turning his attention to the availability of medically assisted treatment, or MAT for short. He has started a coalition and your host Angela Kennecke is now a part of it.  Dan talks about this partnership with Dr. Arun Gupta. You can listen to our podcast with Dr. Gupta here.Support the show

A Way Through
028 - Helping Families Thrive with Elizabeth Westbrook, LBSW & Mary Beth Cameron, Attorney at Law

A Way Through

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 47:27


Welcome to A Way Through, a podcast brought to you by Archway Academy! A Way Through invites you to join in on the conversation and hear stories of triumph, self-discovery, and healing. The purpose of this podcast is to remind you that though you may not see it now, something different is possible; Recovery is possible! **The views and opinions expressed by our guests are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect those of Archway Academy. Any content provided by our student co-host(s) or guests are of their opinion and are not intended to reflect the philosophy and policies of Archway Academy itself. Nor is it intended to malign any recovery method, religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. In this episode of A Way Through, Jamie Edwards, Director of Community Relations at Archway Academy, is joined by Elizabeth Westbrook, LBSW, and Mary Beth Cameron, Attorney at Law. Mrs. Westbrook is a Licensed Social Worker and Familly Facilitator at Goodnight Law Firm in Katy, Texas with extensive training in alternative dispute resolution techniques, family law, and family violence, with a specific clinical emphasis on shame-free recovery. Mrs. Westbrook has worked in various capacities, including destigmatizing mental health imbalances, the nonprofit sector, and conflict resolution through effective communication tools. Elizabeth is passionate about serving blended families because of her own journey with peaceful co-parenting. She is also currently finishing her Master's in Social Work at The University of Houston. Mrs. Cameron is a Family Law Attorney and Founder of Goodnight Law Firm, and as extensive training in alternative dispute resolution techniques, family law, and family violence. Mrs. Cameron has served and done work in various legal capacities, including numerous mediations with mutually agreed upon MSAs, domestic violence survivor advocacy, and adoption processes. She is passionate about advocating for children by equipping parents with effective communication strategies and healthy boundaries. Be sure to subscribe to A Way Through to stay updated on each new episode and leave a review of the show! Topics Discussed: Removing shame and stigma behind mental health and addiction Familial cohesion and effective communication practices Enabling families to Thrive & recognizing that family isn't a “one-size fits all” Why due diligence is KEY when finding an attorney Learning to love ourselves - future, past, and present The powerful mindset shift in reminding parents they're not to blame for their children's actions Resources: Call: 713-929-6218 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodnightLawFirmInKatyTexas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnightlawfirm/ Contact Archway Academy: If you or a student you know needs help, visit the website, or call the number below to schedule a tour. We are here to help. Address: 6221 Main Street Houston, TX 77030 Call: 713.328.0780 Email: sasha.coles@archwayacademy.org Website: https://www.archwayacademy.org About Archway Academy: "Where Education Meets Recovery." Archway is the largest recovery high school in the nation, located in the sunny heart of Houston, Texas. We meet the individual educational needs of teens recovering from Substance Use Disorder with care, compassion, respect, and rigor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/archway-academy/message

Melrose Heals: A conversation about eating disorders
Episode 27 - Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorder

Melrose Heals: A conversation about eating disorders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 35:53


On today's episode, Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Dr. Alison Sharpe-Havill, licensed clinical psychologist at Melrose.  Dr. Karen Nelson and Dr. Alison Sharpe-Havill discuss what it looks like when someone is suffering from both an eating disorder and substance use disorder, as well as the type of care and treatment they will need in order to recover. 

BITEradio.me
White Flag: A Memoir with Judy L. Mandel

BITEradio.me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 61:00


White Flag: A Memoir with Judy L. Mandel Raising the white flag is a universal symbol of surrender, a symbol of the hope that our vulnerability will be shielded from further harm and we can finally lay down our burden. What separates those who summon the inner strength to ask for help from those who can never unfurl their banner? These are the questions that haunt Judy L. Mandel in her searingly honest memoir about loss and addiction, WHITE FLAG is the further exploration of the author's family, so movingly portrayed in her previous New York Times bestselling memoir, Replacement Child. JUDY L. MANDEL, a former reporter and marketing executive, holds an MFA in creative writing from Stony Brook University. Her first book was the New YorkTimes bestseller, Replacement Child. She is co-founder of the Replacement Child Forum. A portion of this book's proceeds will be donated to Magnolia New Beginnings, Inc., an organization that advocates for those living with substance use disorder (SUD), their families and loved ones. For more information visit: judymandel.com *************************************************** For more information about BITEradio products and services visit: http://www.biteradio.me/index.html To view the photography of Robert at: rpsharpe.picfair.com

The Local Lens
Data and Compassion - Judge Linda Davis from Families Against Narcotics

The Local Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 49:10


The Local Lens is a public health podcast going inside one community's experience with the drug epidemic. Everyone in the town of Stanton, KY sees this drug issue differently from each other, either because of their personal lives or professional roles. This show aims to showcase those different perspectives by having honest, in-depth interviews.Imagine this: you are a prosecutor for the state. You are known for being one of the toughest judges on drug offenses. Your career is going as well as anyone could ask. Then, you find out your daughter has developed an addiction to opiates. How do you respond?Judge Linda Davis responded by fighting the entire system for the sake of her daughter. Judge Davis has been going to bat for people struggling with Substance Use Disorder for years, and her work is paying off.This interview with Judge Davis gives us a look into her world, showcasing her thinking, motivation, and her Michigan-based nonprofit organization: Families Against Narcotics. She argues that we should change our whole approach, centered around equally using data and compassion.How could we do that? Well, listen to find out. These are our people, using our voices, telling our stories, because no one sees it like we do.Want to see more about Families Against Narcotics? Use this link.Want to join an online family support group? Use this link.Listen to these episodes about families:Rebuilding a Family - Misty and Carlie Dehart Nar-Anon Support Group - Part 1Here is a link to a mentioned episode about Jail Re-Entry:First Day ForwardAlso, while you're here, help us out by taking this quick survey!24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-562 8909Visit findhelpnowky.org to find treatment options for you in Kentucky.Need help now? Call the Mountain Comp Care 24-Hour Helpline: 1-800-422-1060Learn more about the Kentucky State Police's Angel Initiative here.Keep up with The Local Lens on Facebook, Instagram (@thelocallens_podcast) or on their website.The Local Lens is sponsored by Kentucky Opioid Community Healing (from the Kentucky Rural Health Information Organization) and Powell County CARES (from the Powell County Health Department).Find Powell County CARES on social media:https://www.facebook.com/powellcountycaresInstagram: @powellcountycares

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
More Than a Number with Sierra Bloodgood and Chris Harris of ClearStep

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 46:50


In this episode, Karin welcomes Sierra Bloodgood and Dr. Chris Harris to the show for, “More Than a Number.”Join Karin, Sierra, and Chris for a conversation on blind vs open weights, accessible alternatives to care, shame as a silencing mechanism, the benefits of virtual treatment, the rise of food insecurity, Sierra's recovery journey, the ClearStep numberless scale, and more!Dr. Harris is a licensed professional counselor with a mental health service designation with more than 15 years in the behavioral health field and is one of the original collaborators of the ClearStep scale. His research has focused on clinical compassion satisfaction and fatigue in mental health clinicians. He also has specialized training in treating Eating Disorders, Substance Use Disorders, and Trauma.Sierra Bloodgood is the CEO of Brewbike, founder of Sonder Built, and advisory board member for ClearStep. She is also an advocate for eating disorder recovery and awareness after receiving residential treatment at Oliver-Pyatt Centers and outpatient therapy at the Medical Center for Eating Disorders with Dr. Edward Tyson. Sierra believes recovery is possible and is committed to helping others achieve freedom from eating disorders.Learn more about ClearStep online at myclearstep.com and on Instagram.

Dicey Stuff
070. Addiction: Jolene's Story, Part Two

Dicey Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 44:42


Part Two of a discussion about addiction and recovery with Jolene Seppala, with host Lois Matson.

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic
Wife of ND governor shares her own battle with addiction to end stigma

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 28:19


Shortly after her husband, Doug, was elected governor of North Dakota in 2016, Kathryn Burgum decided to share her personal story. Burgum is in recovery for substance use disorder after battling alcohol addiction for 20 years. Her platform as First Lady of North Dakota is to end the shame and stigma surrounding the disease of addiction.  Kathryn's Recovery Reinvented event is coming up on November 3rd, and you can participate. She shares what keeps her in recovery and what she's doing to change attitudes and get people help in her state in this episode of Grieving Out Loud. Register for Recovery Reinvented on Nov 3rd here.  Support the show

Rise Recover Live
Erika: Meditation, Eating Disorders, and the Power of Language

Rise Recover Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 62:50


#18: In this episode we discuss Eating Disorder recovery, and the parallels with Substance Use Disorder.  Along with her own recovery journey, Erika shares how meditation became a daily practice after years of resistance, and her road to a healthy relationship with food, exercise and body image.   As a yoga instructor and community builder, Erika's willingness to be vulnerable empowers others to release shame and own their stories.  She is on a mission to create safer communities by raising awareness of language that is supportive versus harmful, particularly in spaces such as fitness, where diet culture is so common.Far from a lecture on "what not to say," this episode offers tools to support yourself and others while welcoming nothing but grace for the times we unintentionally cause harm with our words.  Ready to try a guided meditation?  You can join Erika for (free!) meditation classes on the Phoenix live stream platform on Mondays at 2pm EST.  She teaches yoga on Mondays at 1pm EST and Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5:30pm EST.  And join her for weekly book club every Wednesday at 6pm EST!Find Erika's classes and more when you download The Phoenix App to connect with Liz, Bryce and other listeners in The Rise Recover Live Podcast Group! Learn more about The Phoenix at https://thephoenix.org/ .Did you love this episode?  Please share with a friend!

The Reflective Doc Podcast
Can Food be Addictive? An Interview with Clarissa Kennedy and Molly Painschab

The Reflective Doc Podcast

Play Episode Play 42 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 44:54


As we all try to make healthy food choices, are there trigger foods that we find uniquely difficult to control? What exactly do we mean when we talk about "food addiction?"In 2021, Clarissa Kennedy and Molly Painschab, along with Dr. Vera Tarman, launched their podcast, Food Junkies: Recovery from Food Addiction. They are soon launching their next collaboration, Sweet Sobriety,  an interactive, online, Food Addiction Recovery community, include enhanced modules based on their recent published research paper, with groups, one-on-one coaching and much more.Clarissa Kennedy is registered social worker with additional degree in addiction and mental health. She is the founder of Reinvent Your Bliss Point where she works with individuals based on a holistic approach to healing and maintaining recovery. Molly Painschab is a mental health professional, addiction strategist, behavior specialist, and certified international food addiction counselor with experience coaching individuals and their family members through recovery management and relapse prevention. Recent Publication in Frontiers in Psychiatry Clarissa:Facebook  Molly:Instagram FaceBook Twitter: @PainschabMolly **********************Seeking a mental health provider? Try Psychology TodayNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255SAMHSA's National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)Dial 988 for Mental Health EmergencyThank you to Brendan Callahan for the original music featured on the podcast.Disclaimer:The information and other content provided on this podcast or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this website is for general information purposes only.If you or any other person has a medical concern, you should consult with your health care provider or seek other professional medical treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something that have read on this website, blog or in any linked materials. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or emergency services (911) immediately. You can also access the National Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-8255The Reflective DocWebsite - Instagram - Facebook - Linked In - Twitter - Think Like a Shrink Blog on Psychology Today...

Queer Goggles
Mary Randol

Queer Goggles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 41:42


On this episode of Queer Goggles, we're speaking with Mary Randol; artist, volunteer, and a person with over 37 years of recovery. In our conversation, we talk about Mary's journey through both substance use and mental health recovery, how coming out as Lesbian saved her life,  and the importance of empathy towards oneself and those who society has disregarded. This is the last episode of this "Rainbow Recovery" season of Queer Goggles. Join us next season!If you know someone who is struggling with Substance Use Disorder please access our resources at thesourcelgbt.org/recovery.Support the show

AllBetter
"Substance Use Disorder" with Joe Kane (MSW) Part II

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 44 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 68:18 Transcription Available


PART II :Today's guest is my friend Joe Kane.  Joe Kane is the Clinical Director of Mountain's Edge, partial hospitalization program, near elk mountain, Pennsylvania, Joe holds a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Penn State University. He also has a Master of Social Work from Marywood University. Joe started in this field in 2006, as a behavioral worker at the Scranton Counseling Center, moving on to be the clinical administrator for over a decade at Clearbrook treatment centers.Then he was the Clinical Director of Avenues Recovery Center in Philadelphia. Joe's interview breaks into two parts today, part one, we're going to talk about addiction. And the second part will be next week, we're going to talk about how Recovery may begin.Joe has influenced thousands of peoples start in finding stabilization to an active addiction. His reputation has been a standard for young clinicians  entering the field in this Region.Learn more about PHPhttps://mountainsedgerecovery.com/Support the showSupport the show Stop by our Apple Podcast and drop a Review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/allbetter/id1592297425?see-all=reviewsSupport The Showhttps://www.patreon.com/allbetter

KZYX News
Measure B to fund substance use disorder treatment

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 6:30


October 12, 2022 — The Measure B Oversight Committee is seeking a contractor to provide substance use disorder treatment. Measure B is a sales tax initiative to fund mental health facilities that passed in 2017. The tax was a half-cent for the first five years, and has now decreased to an eighth of a cent. An eleven-member oversight committee is tasked with making recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on how to spend the money. Last month's meeting of the Measure B Oversight Committee included a discussion about a $3.1 million proposal from the Ford Street Project to offer substance use disorder treatment, or SUDT. Last week, Behavioral Health Director Dr. Jeanine Miller, who sits on the committee, spoke with the Board of Supervisors about what they'd like to see in a request for proposals, or RFP, from contractors competing to offer the service. Supervisor Glenn McGourty was shocked to learn that 75 people in Mendocino County died last year from drug overdose. Miller clarified that the number ruled out people who intentionally took their own lives. “Really, really terrible,” McGourty remarked, adding that he thinks the number points to the need for treatment. Supervisor Dan Gjerde wanted to make sure Measure B funds wouldn't be used to pay for a program that could be funded by the state. “My concern with the Ford Street Project isn't what they're proposing. My concern was that they were seeking local tax dollars for what I suspect the state would be happy to fund,” he explained. “For example, the state's making significant money available for homeless housing, or for people who are in danger of becoming homeless, and I would think that people who have serious substance abuse issues are certainly in danger of becoming homeless. So I would just be concerned if we were to use local tax dollars, which are very precious and minimal, even if it's Measure B funds, to pay for something that we think the state is likely to fund.” Miller told him the details haven't all been hammered out yet, and she was monitoring the availability of state grants. Supervisor Ted Williams signaled that he is likely to vote in favor of a proposal requesting evidence-based treatment plans that meet with the approval of local doctors. Miller suggested inviting some of them to help write the proposal. “I appreciate the RFP. I think that's the right process, given the dollar amount. We have finite funds. I would prefer (to) see evidence-based, medically supervised substance abuse treatment. Is that a possibility?” Williams asked Miller. Miller told him “we can put out a request for whatever type of services we want…in that RFP we can put in a request for specific services, or all of the services, and then get the proposals we get, and go off of those by opening up types of SUDT (substance abuse disorder treatment) services.” WIlliams told her that “I don't want to guide that process, as the county supervisor. You're our expert. I want to trust you. It would be helpful if we could involve local physicians. When I have local physicians calling me and telling me they don't support what we're doing, that it may have benefits, but is it the best use of funds, that's concerning. It's a red flag. Is there a way early in the process to make sure that we're including local physicians so we at least capture their ideas about what they need?” Miller said discussions at the Measure B Oversight Committee meeting had included a conversation about the composition of a stakeholder group as part of writing the RFP, “so we can definitely include a couple of medical community members in that RFP to get their feedback,” she said. Miller also assured Williams that the RFP would come back to the full Board of Supervisors for its approval before it is posted. Measure B funds have also been used to purchase a behavioral health training center in Redwood Valley. Miller told the Board that although the training center is coming in $285,000 under budget, more IT equipment is needed, and there's a marketing campaign underway to rent the hall. It's mostly unused, even as the memory of pandemic restrictions fades. There is also a Measure B funded Crisis Residential Treatment facility in Ukiah, where people in moderate psychiatric crisis can spend up to thirty days in treatment. It's currently $264,000 under budget. The facility opened in April, so it is still too early to tell if initial financial projections of a neutral impact on the budget were accurate. A mobile crisis response team of three mental healthcare staff working with the sheriff's department and the Ukiah police department has responded to 212 calls so far. An architect is designing the tear-down of an old nursing home on Whitmore Lane in Ukiah to build a Measure-B funded psychiatric health facility, or puff, on the site. The original estimate was $19.5 million, but that estimate has grown by about a million. The current estimated completion date for the construction is June of 2025.

Dicey Stuff
069. Addiction: Jolene's Story, Part One

Dicey Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 38:27


Jolene Seppala joins host Lois Matson to discuss the dicey stuff of addiction and recovery. This is part one of two. Special Announcement: Link to Dicey Stuff: the podcast private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1937602999773749 Please join us!Please send your comments, suggestions, and ideas for future shows to diceystuffpodcast@gmail.com or post them in the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1937602999773749. Are you willing to do an interview? Do you have an idea for a Dicey Bible Story? Send it on in!  Intro and outro vocals created with the voices from LOVO @ www.lovo.ai.

Mentally Healthy Nation
20: Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorders

Mentally Healthy Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 68:39


Today, Dr. Marc Fishman helps us better understand Substance Use Disorders (SUDs), the impact of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and other SUDs on the country and the public health landscape, and the steps being taken to treat patients, enhance the quality of care delivered, and improve lives. Dr. Fishman, an addiction Psychiatrist, is the Medical Director of Maryland Treatment Centers and an Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry. *This episode is brought to you in collaboration with the Addiction Medicine Practice-based Research and Quality Improvement Network (AMNet).  Resources for this episode: Addiction and Substance Use Disorders - American Psychiatric Association Substance Use and Co-Occurring Mental Disorders - National Institute of Mental Health Addiction and Substance Misuse Reports and Publications - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services   Drug Overdose Deaths in the U.S. - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  

Think Out Loud
New study finds large gaps in services for substance use disorder treatment in Oregon

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 16:00


A new study found a nearly 50 percent gap in services for substance use disorder treatment, prevention, recovery and harm reduction in Oregon. Researchers at the Oregon Health and Science University and Portland State University School of Public Health surveyed more than 160 organizations across the state to help quantify the service gaps, which also included barriers to culturally relevant care. For example, fewer than one in five of the organizations surveyed were able to provide services tailored to the LGBTQIA+ community, and one in four of the organizations could not offer any language interpretation services for clients. Joining us to discuss the findings is Katie Lenahan, the study's lead author and a research project manager at the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health.

AllBetter
"Substance Use Disorder" with Joe Kane (MSW) Part I

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 37 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 67:27 Transcription Available


         Today's guest is my friend Joe Kane.  Joe Kane is the Clinical Director of Mountain's Edge, partial hospitalization program, near elk mountain, Pennsylvania, Joe holds a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Penn State University. He also has a Master of Social Work from Marywood University. Joe started in this field in 2006, as a behavioral worker at the Scranton Counseling Center, moving on to be the clinical administrator for over a decade at Clearbrook treatment centers. Then he was the Clinical Director of Avenues Recovery Center in Philadelphia. Joe's interview breaks into two parts today, part one, we're going to talk about addiction. And the second part will be next week, we're going to talk about how Recovery may begin. Joe has influenced thousands of peoples start in finding stabilization to an active addiction. His reputation has been a standard for young clinicians  entering the field in this Region. So let's meet Joe Kane. Learn more about PHPhttps://mountainsedgerecovery.com/Support the show

Guidance with Grace
Ep. 74 - Recognizing and Recovering From Substance Use Disorders with Shelby Brennan, M.Ed., B.B.A.

Guidance with Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 31:58


Ep. 74 - Recognizing and Recovering From Substance Use Disorders with Shelby Brennan, M.Ed., B.B.A. by CSCC Student Wellbeing

Tox in Ten
ACMT Highlights Episode 41: Physical Dependence vs. Addiction vs. Substance Use Disorder

Tox in Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 10:12


In this episode Dr. Gillian Beauchamp sits down with Dr. Kurt Kleinschmidt to discuss the differences between dependence, addiction, and substance use disorder and how it relates to medication associated treatment (MAT). 

Trauma for Breakfast
How to Find the Right Treatment for Substance Use Disorder with Doug Dolan

Trauma for Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 12:23


Even when we finish the interview, our producer keeps the tape rolling. This producer's outtake with Doug Dolan is excellent information for those who are dealing with addiction and treatment.What are barriers to recovery?What does effective treatment look like?What do I look for in a treatment center?

You Learn You Turn
Cal Beyer, Rich Jones, and Hamilton Baiden talk Prevention, Saving Lives, and reducing stigma

You Learn You Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 53:51


Cal Beyer is Vice President of Workforce Risk & Worker Wellbeing at Holmes Murphy & Associates. He has over 30 years of experience in safety, risk management & insurance. Cal has seen firsthand the stigma associated with Substance Use Disorder and Mental health in the workplace, especially in the construction industry. Cal is an advocate for bringing awareness, education, and support to the workplace. Today, Cal speaks with the top two executives at Youturn Health, Rich Jones and Hamilton Baiden, who are on a mission to save lives, using their lived experiences and the power of Youturn Health and its coaches. Listen as they debunk myths about having to hit Rock Bottom and discuss real solutions while illustrating how the implementation of Youturn Health in businesses is already saving lives.

Mind On Mental Health
Why Mental Health Disorders and Substance Use Oftentimes Go Together

Mind On Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:27


Both Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders can have serious consequences on an individual's well-being.  But what happens when someone is struggling with both types of disorders at the same time?  On this week's episode, Sarah Carstens, LCSW, LCADC - Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health's Addictions Clinical Director and Andy Dean, LCSW discuss why these types of disorders oftentimes go hand in hand.   For more information on Penn Medicine – Princeton House Behavioral Health: Princeton House Behavioral Health (princetonhcs.org)   Follow us on Facebook! facebook.com/princetonhousebh

A Way Through
026 - The Power of Connection with Dr. Chelsi Clark, Ph.D., NCSP, PLPC

A Way Through

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 48:46


Welcome to A Way Through, a podcast brought to you by Archway Academy! A Way Through invites you to join in on the conversation and hear stories of triumph, self-discovery, and healing. The purpose of this podcast is to remind you that though you may not see it now, something different is possible; Recovery is possible! **The views and opinions expressed by our guests are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect those of Archway Academy. Any content provided by our student co-host(s) or guests are of their opinion and are not intended to reflect the philosophy and policies of Archway Academy itself. Nor is it intended to malign any recovery method, religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. Dr. Chelsi Clark, Ph.D., is a therapist, public speaker, and writer with over fifteen years of experience in the mental health field. She is the Director of BIPOC Programming and the Co-Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at Charlie Health, the nation's largest provider of virtual IOP treatment programs for teens, young adults, and families navigating mental health challenges. Dr. Clark is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, a Provisional Licensed Counselor, and a former psychology university professor. She has deep, insightful knowledge of the teenage mind from years of working with the school systems spanning different states and has published various well-received articles, most notably on racial microaggressions. Her works have been published in top scientific journals like Psychology in Schools and School Psychology Review. She is very passionate about young black girls and helping them with the tools they need to flourish and thrive in a world that doesn't always provide for them. Topics Discussed: Helping teens find their voice and giving them the power to use their voice Overcoming accessibility disparities when it comes to the BIPOC community Modeling processing an array of emotions in healthy ways Connecting mental health with physical health Resources: Website: https://www.charliehealth.com/ Magical - A Guided Journal for The Magical Black Girl: https://www.amazon.com/Magical-Guided-Journal-Navigating-Through/dp/B09NZ5MDXY Don't Hide Your Magic: https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Hide-Your-Magic-Coloring/dp/B09NRJZ8XD Connect with Archway Academy: FB: https://www.facebook.com/archwayacademyhtx/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/archwayacademy/ YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVBgxwG5CC6qBcJ3U6KcK5Q Contact Archway Academy: If you or a student you know needs help, visit the website, or call the number below to schedule a tour. We are here to help. Address: 6221 Main Street Houston, TX 77030 Call: 713.328.0780 Email: sasha.coles@archwayacademy.org Web: https://www.archwayacademy.org About Archway Academy: "Where Education Meets Recovery" - Archway is the largest recovery high school in the nation, located in the sunny heart of Houston, TX. We meet the individual educational needs of teens recovering from Substance Use Disorder with care, compassion, respect, and rigor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/archway-academy/message

The Sevan Podcast
#618 - Tracy Henderson

The Sevan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 95:42


Register for the Fight for the Fittest partner series below!https://app.conquestevents.net/events/fight-for-the-fittest-partner-series-2022/registerPartners:https://cahormones.com/ - CODE "SEVAN" FOR FREE CONSULTATIONhttps://www.paperstcoffee.com/ - THE COFFEE I DRINK!https://www.hybridathletics.com/produ... - THE BARBELL BRUSHhttps://asrx.com/collections/the-real... - OUR TSHIRTShttps://www.vndk8.com/sevan-podcast - OUR OTHER SHIRTAllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show

Fishing the DMV
Tidal Potomac River Fall Fishing Report with Captain Steve Chaconas of National Bass Guide Service

Fishing the DMV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 90:24


On this episode of Fishing the DMV we have the honor to talk to Captain Steve Chaconas of National Bass Guide Service about fishing the Tidal Potomac River in October. If you want to book a trip with Capt. Steve Chaconas give him a call at: 703-380-7119 You can email Capt. Steve Chaconas at: info@nationalbass.com   Updated fishing reports:  www.nationalbass.com Please Subscribe to his YouTube Channel!!!  https://www.youtube.com/user/NationalBassGuide   LIKE Capt. Steve Chaconas on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NationalBass Places you can listen to Fishing the DMV audio version:     https://www.buzzsprout.com/1893009             Fishing the DMV YouTube Channel:    https://youtu.be/n3c-CFvmpFg          Jake's bait & Tackle website:      http://www.jakesbaitandtackle.com/        Jake's bait & Tackle Facebook:    https://www.facebook.com/JakesBaitAndTackle/?ref=pages_you_manage             Fishing the DMV Facebook page:    https://www.facebook.com/Arensbassin/?ref=pages_you_manage             Fishing the DMV Instagram page:    https://www.instagram.com/fishingthedmv/?utm_medium=copy_link          #fishing #FishingtheDMV #bassfishingQueens On A RollThis podcast was created to educate & inspire people about the ably different...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Buzzsprout — Easiest Way to Start a PodcastStart podcasting today. It's the easiest way to start, grow, and monetize your podcast.Brand A Change MindsetPush through the fear and face change head-on through the power of our guest's stories.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify AllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

A Jaded Gay
25. Gay Icons: My Name is Kylie

A Jaded Gay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:37


Previously, we discussed our iconic pop queens and how their songs typically fit into distinct categories that hit an emotional button that appeals to gay men.In this episode, we kick off the inaugural Gay Icons deep dive with none other than…Kylie Minogue. The highest-selling female Australian artist of all time, Kylie's career has spanned five decades and taught us how to be vulnerable and resilient.Additional Resources:Episode 04. Pop Icons and Their Gay Emotional AppealGay Icons: My Name is Kylie PlaylistAllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Tackle Shop
Tackle Shop Live (Michael Neal)

The Tackle Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 89:11


Michael Neal is our guest on this episode of Tackle Shop Live. He drops some great information on how he became a two-time AOY Major League champion also, we discuss his favorite techniques and patterns.  In the tackle talk section we break down some of the latest products that just came out. Plus, a whole lot more fun and information. So, tune in today for another great episode. AllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Democracy Paradox
Larry Diamond on Supporting Democracy in the World and at Home

Democracy Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 41:03 Transcription Available


The world can't wait for us to counter Russian and Chinese disinformation, support democratic struggles abroad, help to stabilize and improve democratic institutions, forge partnerships between our democratic organizations and actors and parties and theirs, and otherwise promote democracy around the world. The world can't wait for us to do that.Larry DiamondBecome a Patron!Make a one-time Donation to Democracy Paradox.A full transcript is available at www.democracyparadox.com.Larry Diamond is widely considered the leading scholar of democracy. He is a professor at Stanford University and a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He was a co-founder of the Journal of Democracy with Marc Plattner in 1990. His influence on the thought and practice of democracy is incalculable. His recent article in Foreign Affairs is titled "All Democracy is Global."Key HighlightsIntroduction - 0:49Importance of Democracy - 2:34Strategies to Promote Democracy - 11:30American Policies - 19:59Using Democracy's Strengths - 30:32Key LinksIll Winds: Saving Democracy from Russian Rage, Chinese Ambition, and American Complacency by Larry DiamondFollow Larry Diamond on Twitter @LarryDiamondCheck out Larry Diamond's Greatest Hits at the Journal of Democracy"All Democracy is Global" by Larry DiamondDemocracy Paradox PodcastMichael McFaul and Robert Person on Putin, Russia, and the War in UkraineMoisés Naím on the New Dynamics of Political PowerMore Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at jkempf@democracyparadox.comFollow on Twitter @DemParadox, Facebook, Instagram @democracyparadoxpodcast100 Books on DemocracyDemocracy Paradox is part of the Amazon Affiliates Program and earns commissions on items purchased from links to the Amazon website. All links are to recommended books discussed in the podcast or referenced in the blog.Buzzsprout — Easiest Way to Start a PodcastStart podcasting today. It's the easiest way to start, grow, and monetize your podcast.Brand AllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Birth Addict
Births of Adelyn, Jackson, Ruston and Coulter - Three Medicated Hospital Births and a Car Birth

Birth Addict

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 57:35


In this episode Ashley comes on to share her four birth stories! Each one is so different and beautiful in its own way. You will hear about failed epidurals, gestational diabetes, fetal ejection reflex, and a quick car birth too! Thank you Ashley so much for sharing each of your birth stories! AllBetterWe discuss ideas, concepts, and prior conditions concerning Substance Use Disorder,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

AllBetter
"All Roads Meet in Scranton" with Kelly Brown

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 72:51 Transcription Available


Kelly Brown has been sober since 2008 after a 30 year drinking career.  Her journey towards recovery was not easy.  In and out of the rooms for 4 years, she struggled to let go of the perceived comfort of alcohol and the idea she would never be happy without it.  Multiple rehabs, detoxes, IOPs and counselors were not piercing through the wall of fear she had created over decades of addiction. That changed once she was out of options and given the gift of desperation.Kelly grew up in a suburb outside of New York City and lived in Chicago, Los Angeles, Istanbul, and NYC before settling down in the Scranton area in 2008.  Her professional experience includes executive recruiting, human resources, media, and advertising. Since 2013, Kelly has worked for a local non-profit.  Today, her career is beyond her wildest dreams, just like the rest of her life.  #recoveryispossible #recovery #substanceusedisorder #awakening #nyc #lalaland #chicago #istanbul #scranton  Support the show

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic
How stigma is killing people with Dr. Nzinga Harrison

Grieving Out Loud: A Mother Coping with Loss in the Opioid Epidemic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 40:06


Dr. Nzinga Harrison is working to change the conversation around substance use disorder and encouraging it to be treated like any other disease. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, she shares a new approach to those who suffer from addiction which involves compassion and support. Dr. Harrison is the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Eleanor Health, whose mission is to help people affected by addiction live full, healthy lives. She was also featured in the documentary, Tipping the Pain Scale.Find the podcast Dr. Nzinga Harrison discusses in this episode of Grieving Out Loud here - In Recovery with Dr. Nzinga Harrison.www.emilyshope.charitySupport the show

Someone You Know: Facing the Opioid Crisis Together
Facing the Opioid Crisis Together: How digital tools can increase inclusion in recovery (Murphy Jensen)

Someone You Know: Facing the Opioid Crisis Together

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 17:12


Murphy Jensen is a former professional tennis player who co-founded a digital health management company, WEconnect, to support others in the recovery community. In this episode, we hear about Murphy's journey with substance misuse and recovery, while exploring the importance of digital tools when bridging the gap in equitable access to care. Murphy discusses how his own recovery journey has impacted him to help others battling with Substance Use Disorder. Murphy has a new feature documentary coming out soon called “Born to Serve.” The film explores the cultural impact to the world of tennis of the Jensen brothers during the 1990's, and how addiction recovery took Murphy in a direction beyond his wildest dreams. You can watch the trailer here. Hosted by Heather Major, Executive Director, Independence Blue Cross Foundation. Recovery is possible, and help is available. Please visit our website for more information, resources and inspiration: www.ibxfoundation.org/SYK TM 2022 Someone You Know®. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimers This podcast contains opinionated content and may not reflect the opinions of any organizations this podcast is affiliated with. This podcast discusses opioid use, opioid treatment, and physical and psychological trauma, which may be triggering for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. This podcast is solely for informational purposes. Listeners are advised to do their own diligence when it comes to making decisions that may affect their health. Patients in need of medical advice should consult their personal health care provider. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is not a substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional.

You Matter!
Episode 112: Guy Felicella, Addiction Awareness

You Matter!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 47:02


Guy shares his experience with a twenty-year addiction and homelessness; on six occasions he overdosed, died and was brought back to life. Today, Guy is an advocate for those who suffer from Substance Use Disorder and all that accompanies it, in an effort to remove the shame and stigma associated with addiction.

Counselor Toolbox Podcast
Substance Use Disorders DSM 5 TR Changes

Counselor Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 61:04


The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight
Michael Brier, CEO, Recovery Connection, A DotCom Magazine Interview

The DotCom Magazine Entrepreneur Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 34:50


About Michael Brier and Recovery Connection: Hi. I'm Michael Brier; the CEO & Spokesperson for Recovery Connection; a business built to stamp out the ‘STIGMA' attached to those fighting addiction and be the voice for those needing treatment When I learned that more and more people were dying from overdose deaths each year and there was a shortage of Doctors willing to treat people, specifically, in the addiction field because of the 'stigma' attached to treating them...building a business with a MISSION became more important than just building a business for money Our mission is to expand services for those suffering from Substance-Use Disorder with personalized Medication and Counseling Services in an Outpatient setting. We work with a whole host of partners including Medical Providers, Hospitals, Health Insurance Companies, Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab, Substance Use Agencies, Health Care Agencies, Doctors' Offices, Psychiatrists. We treat our clients with empathy and respect. We believe everyone deserves to be treated with first-class care We are committed to expanding services and offices across the USA Benefits of working with Recovery Connection: Relationships become positive with partners, families & children Mental Health becomes free from thoughts of “how do I find enough drugs to make it through the day” to “the sunshine comes out each day and I look forward to waking up and being productive” Money becomes more plentiful Self-Esteem grows Job offers & productivity grows We at Recovery Connection Centers of America are committed to expanding services and offices across this country. The mission of Recovery Connection Centers of America is to provide the highest quality medical and behavioral health treatment to those afflicted by substance abuse dependency within the various communities in which we treat. We will assist our clients suffering from this terrible affliction through the latest advances in medication for addiction treatment (Mat) as a complementary, innovative practice to be utilized alongside proven therapeutic modalities. In order to achieve this goal, we have designed our offices to provide eligible patients comprehensive pharmacologic and behavioral interventions. We assist each client to abstain from illicit substances, improve their mental health and physical wellbeing and reintegrate themselves as productive members in our communities.

The Reflective Doc Podcast
Flourishing After Addiction: Carl Erik Fisher, Psychiatrist in Recovery

The Reflective Doc Podcast

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 44:14


Join Dr. Jennifer Reid as she speaks with Carl Erik Fisher, MD, addiction psychiatrist, bioethicist, and person in recovery.  He is the host of the Flourishing After Addiction Podcast as well as author of The Urge: Our History of Addiction, sharing historical, ethical, and highly personal aspects of addiction treatment and recovery in the United States. We Discuss:*Dr. Carl Erik's journey from medical school through an inpatient psychiatry unit to recovery*Why is the language around addiction and substance use disorder so important?*What is his opinion of AA and other 12-step groups for addiction?Carl Erik Fisher is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University. He also maintains a private psychiatry practice focused on addiction. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Nautilus, Slate, Scientific American MIND, and elsewhere. He also is the host of the Flourishing After Addiction podcast, a deep-dive interview series exploring addiction and recovery.Social Media@DrCarlErik on most platforms:http://www.twitter.com/@drcarlerikhttps://www.instagram.com/drcarlerik/https://www.facebook.com/DrCarlErik/Also: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carl-erik-fisher-937360/Website: https://www.carlerikfisher.comJennifer Reid, MD on Instagram: @TheReflectiveDocLooking for more from The Reflective Doc? Subscribe today so you don't miss out!Also check out Dr. Reid's regular contributions to Psychology Today: Think Like a Shrink**********************Seeking a mental health provider? Try Psychology TodayNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255SAMHSA's National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)Dial 988 for Mental Health EmergencyThank you to Brendan Callahan for the original music featured on the podcast.Disclaimer:The information and other content provided on this podcast or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this website is for general information purposes only.If you or any other person has a medical concern, you should consult with your health care provider or seek other professional medical treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something that have read on this website, blog or in any linked materials. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or emergency services (911) immediately. You can also access the National Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-8255

Hear Me Now Podcast
Caring for addicts

Hear Me Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 39:56


Last year in the U.S., more than 100,000 people died of drug overdoses. It's a staggering statistic that was unthinkable just a few years ago. A paper by Dr. Honora Englander and attorney Corey Davis in the New England Journal of Medicine took hospitals and policy-makers to task last month for not doing enough to support and engage people who use drugs and who are hospitalized. They write, "The United States is in the throes of a decades-long exacerbation of drug-related harm. Hospitals are a key domain for implementing person-first, evidence-based interventions for reducing that harm. Yet despite the obvious need, hospitals have been slow to enact reforms to improve the health of people who use drugs. We believe that systemic reform, led by the federal government, is necessary to mitigate the ongoing crisis of drug-related harm." † In this episode they talk with Seán about current impediments to the best care possible and their vision for improving standards of care nationwide. ..Honora Englander, M.D.Professor of MedicineDirector/PI, Improving Addiction Care Team (IMPACT)Division of Hospital MedicineSection of Addiction Medicine in DGIMDepartment of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science UniversityPortland, Ore...Corey Davis, J.D., M.P.H.S.Deputy Director, Southeastern Region OfficeDirector, Harm Reduction Legal ProjectNetwork for Public Health LawEdina, Minn...† Englander, H. & Davis, C. (Aug. 25, 2022) Hospital standards of care for people with substance use disorder, New England Journal of Medicine, 387:672-675. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp2204687  (N.B. Article is behind paywall, though free access is possible with registration.)..   

Side Talk
Season 3 Episode 21: Discover The Life Recovery Coach with Dana Golden & David Marion

Side Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 27:01


David Marion and Dana Golden are ex-spouses and the co-authors of, Addiction Rescue; The NO-BS Guide to Recovery. David, having lived through multiple addictions, among them, opioids and gambling, lost everything from his family to his multi-million dollar brokerage firm to five years of his life in federal prison all due his addictions. He is now a nationally recognized Public Speaker, Certified Intervention Professional and Certified Recovery Coach. He has worked with PBS with the Hold On To Hope documentary and the CDC on their RX Awareness Campaign, which has won several awards including an Emmy. Dana lived the other side of addiction; navigating through the wreckage David caused her and their two daughters as she kept wellness and balance in a home with active addiction. She is now a Certified Family Addiction Coach and Certified Recovery Coach. They are passionate about spreading their message of hope, healing and inspiration in working with the families affected by Substance Use Disorder.  To learn more about David and Dana and to purchase their book visit www.theliferecoverycoach.com 

AllBetter
"Stigma" with PA State Representive Bridget Kosierowski

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 34 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 60:00 Transcription Available


State Representative Bridget M. Kosierowski was elected to serve the people of the 114th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives following a special election in March 2019, becoming the first woman to represent Lackawanna County in the General Assembly in more than 50 years.Kosierowski has spent her professional life in the health care sector working as a registered nurse. For more than 25 years, she helped patients live long and healthy lives, while also witnessing families struggle to afford quality health care. As a mother who has raised a survivor of a devastating leukemia diagnosis, she knows firsthand the hardship that too many families face. Through these experiences, she understands the impact compassionate leadership can have.As state representative, Kosierowski's legislative priorities include preserving and enhancing health care services for all. She will work to preserve the state's Children Health Insurance Program, expand Medicaid access and protect those with pre-existing conditions from higher insurance premiums. She also plans to take steps to address the burden of school property taxes, as well as support efforts to impose a tax on natural-gas extractions and to close legal loopholes that allow multi-state corporations to pay lower income taxes.Kosierowski is committed to focusing on the needs of her constituents through assistance provided by her office and through community outreach. She will work with members of both parties to find common ground that benefits the local area and communities across Pennsylvania.Kosierowski is honored to serve the residents in the 114th District. She is guided by a deep desire to improve the lives of every man and woman to make communities a better place to live, to work and to raise a family.Kosierowski is a lifelong Pennsylvanian, and graduate of Scranton Preparatory School and Villanova University. She resides with her husband Joe and their four children in Waverly Township, raising her family in the same neighborhood where she and her 5 siblings were raised.To access any Healthcare Access Concerns & Recovery needs you can contact Her office below, https://www.pahouse.com/Kosierowski/Support the show

A Way Through
025 - Helping Parents Take Back Pieces of Their Lives with Brenda Zane

A Way Through

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:20


Welcome to A Way Through, a podcast brought to you by Archway Academy! A Way Through invites you to join in on the conversation and hear stories of triumph, self-discovery, and healing. The purpose of this podcast is to remind you that though you may not see it now, something different is possible; Recovery is possible! **The views and opinions expressed by our guests are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect those of Archway Academy. Any content provided by our student co-host(s) or guests are of their opinion and are not intended to reflect the philosophy and policies of Archway Academy itself. Nor is it intended to malign any recovery method, religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. In this episode of A Way Through, Jamie Edwards, Director of Community Relations at Archway Academy, is joined by Brenda Zane. Brenda is a family advocate, certified parent coach, host of the podcast Hopestream, and founder of an online community, The Stream, for moms of kids with substance use disorder. Brenda's oldest son struggled with an addiction to a high-risk lifestyle and illicit drugs for over five years. After nearly losing him to multiple fentanyl overdoses, Brenda left corporate America to serve other families dealing with the fear, confusion, and helplessness parents usually feel when they have a child misusing drugs or alcohol. Today, her son is thriving in a healthy life of recovery, which, in part, Brenda contributes to the CRAFT approach she learned along her family's journey. She coaches parents using the CRAFT model to encourage them to keep a relationship with their children while motivating them toward positive change. Be sure to subscribe to A Way Through to stay updated on each new episode and leave a review of the show! Topics Discussed: Using Positive Psychology & Positive Reinforcements in negative situations How taking care of yourself & building resilience can help your children Taking back control of your mind, body, and soul healing Connect with Brenda Zane: Website: https://brendazane.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thestreamcommunity Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.stream.community/ Non-Profit: https://www.skysthelimitfund.org/profile/brenda-zane/ Connect with Archway Academy: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archwayacademyhtx/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archwayacademy/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVBgxwG5CC6qBcJ3U6KcK5Q Contact Archway Academy: If you or a student you know needs help, visit the website, or call the number below to schedule a tour. We are here to help. Address: 6221 Main Street Houston, TX 77030 Call: 713.328.0780 Email: sasha.coles@archwayacademy.org Website: https://www.archwayacademy.org About Archway Academy: "Where Education Meets Recovery." Archway is the largest recovery high school in the nation, located in the sunny heart of Houston, Texas. We meet the individual needs of teens recovering from Substance Use Disorder with care, compassion, respect, and rigor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/archway-academy/message

The Bob McCown Podcast
SCOTT OAKE & KEN DANIELS on how to move forward after losing a loved one to drug abuse.

The Bob McCown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 51:53 Very Popular


A powerful, personal show today with Scott Oake and Ken Daniels, who both tragically lost sons to drug abuse. The two talk to Bob and John about how they've managed the grief, channeled their inner strength and helped each other over the years in an effort to aid those in recovery, and reduce the stigma associated with Substance Use Disorder. If you or a loved one suffer from drug addiction, there are resources available to help. Visit https://www.bruceoakerecoverycentre.ca/ or https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/ for more information on how you can help those suffering from Substance Abuse Disorder. Crisis Line: 1-888-322-3019 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers
Ibogaine: psychedelic treatment for substance use disorders with Dr. Bruno Rasmussen

Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 69:30


In this episode of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast, Dr. Steve Thayer and Dr. Reid Robison are joined by Dr. Bruno Rasmussen MD to talk about the psychedelic, ibogaine. Bruno is an internal medicine physician and gastroenterologist who has spent the last 20 years working with ibogaine to treat substance use disorders with incredible success.(1:55) Bruno introduces himself and to how ibogaine is used in Brazil(4:40) Is ibogaine treatment safe?(7:25) Ibogaine treatment for cocaine and opiate use disorders(22:40) The different phases of the ibogaine experience(36:00) Do people use ibogaine for fun?(38:56) Can ibogaine be used to treat other psychiatric conditions?(42:20) Howard Lotsof, the researcher who discovered and pioneered the use of ibogaine(50:25) Ibogaine microdosing and prescription a "Lambarene"(54:10) Can ibogaine be used to treat alcohol use disorder?(57:42) Traditional indigenous use of ibogaine in Africa Email us questions and feedback at psychfrontiers@novamind.ca Learn more about our podcast at https://www.psychedelictherapyfrontiers.com/Learn more about Numinus at https://numinus.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevethayer/https://www.instagram.com/innerspacedoctor/https://www.instagram.com/numinushealth/Disclaimer: The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice or mental health treatment. Consult with a medical/mental health professional if you believe you are in need of mental health treatment.

AllBetter
"My Wife Hates Me" Rich Vos

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 57:23 Transcription Available


Rich Vos is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor. Since 2011, he has been the co-host of the podcast My Wife Hates Me with his wife, comedian Bonnie McFarlane.Vos began his stand-up career in 1984, choosing to pursue it full-time as he "failed at everything else", and developed his act in local clubs. After struggling with crack cocaine and alcohol addiction throughout his 20s, Vos completed a one-month rehabilitation course in 1987, three years into his comedy career. He has been clean since.In 1995, Vos became the first white comic to perform a set on Def Comedy Jam on HBO, a show usually featuring African American comedians. In July 1999, Vos hosted at the Woodstock '99 festival, later calling it a highlight of his career. In 2000, Vos received the Bistro Award for Outstanding Achievement as Comedy Performer. In 2001, Vos played the bouncer and wrote and performed skits on the British television show The People vs. Jerry Sadowitz. In 2001, Vos released his first stand-up comedy album, I'm Killing Here. This was followed by the DVD Vos in 2004, consisting of an unedited, 55-minute performance recorded at the Stress Factory in New Jersey. He went on to produce two half-hour specials on Comedy Central Presents. From 2002 to 2004, Vos was a frequent guest on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn on Comedy Central. He picked the show as one of his favourites to do as he lived close to its filming location and by the fact that he could do it with his best friends. In 2003, Vos finished third on the first season of Last Comic Standing on NBC. During this time he was given the nickname "The Don" by Cory Kahaney "because of my rough and tough demeanor ... maybe it was more because I was the most experienced comic".  At the end of the season, Vos toured with Kahaney and Dave Mordal for eight months. In 2004, Vos was a finalist in its third season.Vos was a frequent guest on the Opie and Anthony radio show, with jokes centered at his expense, most often highlighting his speech impediment or lack of intellect. In 2002, he was responsible for having fellow comedian Patrice  O'Neal come on the show, who also became a popular regular guest. When the show aired on SiriusXM Radio, Vos hosted a Saturday night program with his wife Bonnie McFarlane. He hosted the 2006 and 2007 editions of the Opie and Anthony's Traveling Virus Comedy Tour. Between 2006 and 2008, Vos prepared three pilot episodes for a comedy series alongside McFarlane, but neither were picked up by a network. In 2016, Vos released his fifth comedy album V, of which its material took between one year and a half and two years to develop. It charted at number one Support the show

AllBetter
"Inner Harmony" Pete Amato PhD

AllBetter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 59:55 Transcription Available


Dr. Peter Amato is revolutionizing today's Holistic Healthcare Model and is also a world renouned leader in Addiction RecoveryA revolution is quietly taking hold as patients and recovering addicts become more and more dissatisfied with the mainstream healthcare system that fails them time and again. This dissatisfaction fuels a search for answers and new truths.  And the truth is, we have answers! As a pioneer in Integrative Medicine, Dr. Amato has been healing patients for over 25 years from acute and chronic conditions.  His enlightened and forward-thinking approach to wellness addresses not only symptoms of disease (including addiction recovery), but gets at the root cause to allow for enduring wellness.  He has forged a unique approach to the the 11th Step of the "12 Step Alcoholics Anonymous Program." Dr. Amato's approach requires an appreciation for the connection between mind, body, and spirit - and how all three play a key role in your overall health and/or enduring sobriety/recovery. This is the exact point where, and why, traditional healthcare approaches repeatedly fall short.Dr. Amato is a Board-Certified Doctor of Natural Medicine and Founder of Inner Harmony Wellness Centers.  Co-founder (with Andrew Weil, M.D.) and past chair of the National Integrative Medicine Council.Consultant, cutting edge healthcare study with colleagues from Harvard, Duke, Georgetown, and other prestigious Institutions: “Mapping the Emergence of Integrative Medicine.”Consultant, American Cancer Society, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  Designed and implemented a holistic cancer care program using alternative modalities. International lecturer on such topics as consciousness and culture, wellness and personal growth, engaged spirituality for businesses, and the Inner Harmony Approach to Enlightened Living.Consultant, transformational business individuals, and organizations.  Areas of focus include education, health care, addiction recovery, and organizational development.Recipient of 5 Research Grants from the US Dept of Education, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Susan G Komen Foundation, American Cancer Society, and Pennsylvania Dept of Health. Additionally, Dr. Amato was a Managing Partner of Integrative Life Centers.  He has conducted and published his research in many peer-reviewed medical journals.  Together with the Inner Harmony Group, he has served as a consultant on various corporate workforces to develop forward-thinking business models worldwide.https://www.innerharmonywellness.com/dr-peter-amato/https://harmonymountaininstitute.com/Support the show

ICU Doc Talk
Ep. 19 Substance Use Disorder and Corporate Wokeism

ICU Doc Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 40:42


Treatment and management of patients hospitalized with various substance use disorders. Discussing Woke Inc. by Ramaswamy and how many try to rebrand corporate tokenism as Wokeism.

Leading Saints Podcast
Reporting Abuse, Church Helpline, & the Bishop | An Interview with Jennifer Roach

Leading Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 57:39


Jennifer Roach earned a Masters of Divinity from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and a Masters of Counseling from Argosy University. She is a licensed Substance Use Disorder counselor, a Clinical Mental Health counselor, and was an ordained Anglican Pastor prior to her baptism in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Highlights Episode summary will be available soon Links AP News article: Seven years of sex abuse: How Mormon officials let it happen Public Square Magazine article: Are Publicized Abuse Cases Exceptional or Representative of Our Faith? General Handbook 32.4.4: Confidentiality 4 Reasons Why Bishops Should Be Meeting with Youth | An Interview with Jennifer Roach TRANSCRIPT coming soon Listen on YouTube (coming soon) Get 14-day access to the Core Leader Library The Leading Saints Podcast gets over 300,000 listens each month and has over 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help Latter-day Saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org. Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Whitney Johnson, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler, Ganel-Lyn Condie, and many more in over 500 episodes. Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric, Relief Society, elders quorum, Primary, youth leadership, stake leadership, ward mission, ward council, young adults, ministering, and teaching.