Episode 127 — Leading with Authenticity, with Karen Hardwick

May 15th, 2022

How do you act when you are in a leadership position?  Do you sometimes find yourself playing a role?  In this episode,  Karen Hardwick, author of The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others, explains the power of living and leading with your true self.

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Episode 126 — Creating a Sober Life You Love, with Amanda White

May 15th, 2022

When it comes to creating positive sobriety, all of us can use a little coaching.  In this episode, Nate and David talk with Amanda White, author "Not Drinking Tonight: a Guide to Creating a Sober Life You Love."

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Episode 124 • Embodied Recovery with Michael Nolan and Greg Vorst

April 7th, 2022

Is it possible to calm the feelings that drive addiction by activating your own parasympathetic nervous system?  Can disciplines of body awareness amplify the effectiveness of other modes of recovery, such as 12-step work?  These two veterans of addiction treatment explain their pioneering practice focused on emotional sobriety.  For more information, check out embodiedrecovery.co.

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Episode 123 — Housing for Healing with Tracey Levine

March 26th, 2022

For many women who are trying to rebuild a life ravaged by addiction, finding a safe place to live is a huge challenge.  This week's guest, Tracey Levine of Healing Housing, has found purpose in her own recovery by serving women who have no other realistic options.

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Episode 122 — Testing Honesty in Disclosure with John Sternfels

March 11th, 2022

Would the use of a polygraph help a couple reestablish trust after an intimate betrayal?  Nate and David talks with John Sternfels, LPC, NCC, CSAT, the founder of Northpoint Counseling and author of “A Partners Guide to Truth and Healing.” 

For more information check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da6jyex_VYY

Contact: john@northpoint-counseling.com

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Episode 121 — Navigating Recovery with Jake LeClair

February 24th, 2022

If recovery is a journey, doesn't it make sense to hire a guide?  In this week's episode, Nate and David talk with Jake LeClair, a recovery navigator and founder of the Emerge Center for Addiction Recovery.

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Episode 120 — Custom Recovery for Unique Situations

February 15th, 2022

David talks with Eric Peyton and Carey Crist of In Vivo, a professional practice that provides everything from treatment planning and interventions to sober transport, aftercare sober companionship, and recovery coaching.

 
 
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Episode 119 — Proactive Recovery with Serge Prengel

February 15th, 2022

David and Nate chat with Serge Prengel, the author of The Proactive Twelve Steps for Mindful Recovery.

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Episode 118 — Recovery, Money, and Self-Love with Dr. Martin Cowart

February 7th, 2022

Issues around money are always about self-love, says Martin Cowart, a prosperity mindset coach for GBTQ men.  In this conversation with David Hampton, Martin describes his own recovery journey and explains the 12-step basis of his financial coaching practice.

For more information about Dr. Cowart and his practice, go to https://www.financialheartspace.com

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Episode 117 — The History of Addiction with Dr.Carl Erik Fisher

February 7th, 2022

How have people living at other times or in other places understood compulsive behavior? How does our modern, western understanding of addiction shape our treatment or mistreatment of addicts.  Carl Erik Fisher, M.D., author of the groundbreaking new book The Urge: Our History of Addiction, addresses these and other questions a fascinating conversation with David and Nate.

Dr. Fisher is an addiction physician and bioethicist. He is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University’s Division of Law, Ethics, and Psychiatry. He also maintains a private psychiatry practice focused on addiction.  His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington PostNautilus, Slate, and Scientific American MIND. He also is the host of the Flourishing After Addiction podcast, a deep-dive interview series exploring addiction and recovery. He lives between Brooklyn, New York, and Lisbon, Portugal, with his partner and son.
 
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Carl Erik Fisher is an addiction physician and bioethicist. He is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University’s Division of Law, Ethics, and Psychiatry. He also maintains a private psychiatry practice focused on addiction. He is the author of the nonfiction book The Urge: Our History of Addiction, published by Penguin Press in January 2022. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington PostNautilus, Slate, and Scientific American MIND. He also is the host of the Flourishing After Addiction podcast, a deep-dive interview series exploring addiction and recovery. He lives between Brooklyn, New York, and Lisbon, Portugal, with his partner and son.
 
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