Your Road to Personal Addiction Recovery

Your Road to Personal Addiction Recovery

Tuesday's 10am - Heroin and opiate prescription pain medication addiction is a massive health problem that is pandemic and now threatens an entire generation of young people, aged 21-35, their families and their friends. From 2009 to 2013, Arizona deaths from heroin and prescription opiates (Percocet, Oxycodone, hydrocodone, etc) overdose have doubled and now claim the life of almost two young people per day. Nationally, more deaths now occur as a result of drug overdose than from automobile accidents. Dr. William Nelson has an ambitious goal of turning the tide of this horrible problem by cutting overdose deaths nationally by 50% in the next five years. There are a myriad of challenges that need to be accomplished in order to making such a huge impact on this overwhelming societal health problem. These challenges will be covered in a monthly show entitled, “Your Personal Road to Addiction Recovery.” The topics included in the program will include: education and prevention, public drug policy and drug laws, economics of drug industry and detox and rehab centers, latest advances in heroin and opiate addiction treatment, in-patient versus out-patient withdrawal and treatment, counseling and inner personal work for improved long term sobriety, impact of addiction on family dynamics, and other pertinent topics as they arise. The first episode of this ongoing monthly program will be recorded on Wednesday May 3rd, 2017 at 10:00 am. Please tune in to this program and invite everyone you know that is personally affected by this overwhelming problem. Chances are, everyone you know has been personally affected or knows a friend, co-worker, or neighbor that has lost a loved one due to death by overdose. Dr. William Nelson is a nationally known expert, achieving great success in the treatment of heroin, opiate, and alcohol addiction, especially in cases where patients have failed with previous conventional treatment approaches. Dr. Nelson is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor and has 20 years of experience combining the latest advances in medical science with time-honored natural therapies for optimal patient outcomes. He is the Medical Director of National Addiction Services treatment center in Scottsdale, AZ. For more information see www.naltrexpellet.com or facebook www.facebook.com/strength2overcome... Show More

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Widowed in 2001, Robin Cote's ability to connect with those who have passed on was awakened through the aid of her late husband Cliff, who came to her as a spirit and heightened her ability to connect with the dead.

Although she had experienced several things when she was a child, she didn't understand until she was much older that she was in fact communicating with people who were no longer living in the physical world.

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The rollercoaster ride from addiction to recovery with Rob Lohman
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In October of 2018, Amanda Webster stood on the ledge of a Canadian hotel room, ready to end my life. A song playing at the right place at the right time brought me down and I made a pact with myself. I was going to give it my all for one year. If I still felt the same desolation after that, I gave myself permission to jump. The only problem was that I had no idea where to start. I’d seen the counselors, taken the medications, jour...

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April Kauffman will celebrate 1 year of sobriety tomorrow, April 29, 2020. Her story is one of trauma and triumph. Listen in to her inspiring story.
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April 21, 2020 60 min
Jay Shifman is an Addiction and Mental Health Speaker, Writer, consultant, Coach, Advocate and the host of the "Choose Your struggle" podcast. Jay is in his tenth year of successful recovery from a poly-pharmaceutical trip that began with Rx drugs for his ADD diagnosis in his early teens. Listen to Jay share how his personal struggle prepared him to help lead others out from the "hole" that they fell into.
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Last September, Chris Butkiewicz nearly lost the use of his spine due to an acute infection. After IV antibiotics, spinal surgery and strengthening his physical and emotional "backbone," he is in active recovery after 12 years of opiate addiction. Listen to Chris's inspiring struggle with physical and emotional pain, personal loss, overcoming his past, and living in the present on his road to recovery.

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March 31, 2020 60 min
What does NASA Johnson Space Flight Center know about BEMER to form a cooperative agreement to include BEMER technology in the next generation space suits? Listen to Karen McBride describe her miraculous recovery from Stage III esophageal cancer by dietary and lifestyle changes, natural medicine and BEMER. BEMER recently was awarded FDA Class II designation for smooth muscle stimulation.

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Mycenteraz@gmail.com

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March 24, 2020 60 min
Andrew Assini, MA
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March 17, 2020 60 min
Ways to boost your immune system
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The uncertainty and fear of the Coronavirus
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March 3, 2020 60 min
Tim Bell of Arcosanti
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True recovery for Venus de Milo happened when they realized their addiction problem was merely one of the symptoms of their more fundamental "me" problem. Loving yourself and connection to a loving and supportive community was the turning point for V's recovery.

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Breathing Under Water: Spirituality and the Twelve Steps

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Most people struggling with addiction feel they are isolated and alone. Alcohol, heroin, Fentanyl, etc temporarily relieves the loneliness, but theIr effects are short lived and are only chemically masking the delusion of being isolated from God, ourself and others that can be extremely painful. Epiphany Jordan wrote a great book called "Somebody Hold Me" to help educate people on 1) Importance of non-sexual touch 2) A S...
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Dr. Nelson and Robin discuss how our subconscious and often erroneous beliefs cause us to respond or act in ways that are inconsistent with our true self.
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Today's guest, Christian Brasier, shares his insights on how new therapies utilizing NAD, amino acids, peptides, and even psychedelic plant medicines like Iboga, Psilocybin, etc can help heal the brain after the chemical injuries from drug and alcohol abuse. Christian is available for private consultations at (619) 252-6446 or cwbrasier@gmail.com
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Dr. Mark Pirner of US World Meds joins us to talk about Lucemyra
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Kimberly Spencer has overcome adversity in every area of life and business - growing up with an addict for a father, her own addictive battle with bulimia, abusive relationships, sexual abuse, debt, under earning, being bought out of her first commerce company 3 weeks before she got married, and 24 hours of natural childbirth. And what she learned from each challenge is ownership is essential, confidence is cultivated through chee...

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Anissa Hudak joins us to talk about how and why to apply yoga therapy for the management/healing of PTSD and trauma related issues. CONTACT INFO: Mobile: 845.591.1601. Email: ahudak@traumahealingyoga.com. Website: www.traumahealingyoga.com. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/anissahudak. Instagram: www.instagram.com/traumahealing yoga. FaceBook: www.facebook.com/TraumaHealing YogaTherapy
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December 31, 2019 60 min
Matt Scarfo
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December 10, 2019 60 min
Military training and the lasting influence of a Grandfather helped lead Kirby Scott Ingles, a misguided, confused and substance abusing teenager, to a distinguished career in the US Army and a professional coaching career. www.kirbyingles.com
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