20 episodes

Changing the treatment paradigm.The current treatment model is broken. It’s time to make a change. Born from Dr. Stephen Loyd’s personal addiction fight and passion for helping others like him, SeventyX7 aims to be the premier resource for opioid education, awareness, and application. Deriving from the Biblical model of forgiveness, we believe everyone deserves a chance at a healthy, drug-free life no matter how many times it takes. Whether you’re an organization looking for your next keynote speaker, a treatment facility wishing to improve your processes, or a parent whose child is suffering from addiction, SeventyX7 is here for you.

SeventyX7 Dr. Stephen Loyd, Heath Loyd, Josie Hodges

    • Health & Fitness

Changing the treatment paradigm.The current treatment model is broken. It’s time to make a change. Born from Dr. Stephen Loyd’s personal addiction fight and passion for helping others like him, SeventyX7 aims to be the premier resource for opioid education, awareness, and application. Deriving from the Biblical model of forgiveness, we believe everyone deserves a chance at a healthy, drug-free life no matter how many times it takes. Whether you’re an organization looking for your next keynote speaker, a treatment facility wishing to improve your processes, or a parent whose child is suffering from addiction, SeventyX7 is here for you.

    The Psycho

    The Psycho

    Welcome to Part 2 of our series on the Biopsychosocial model, or as we call it, the Slot Machine. Today, we are discussing the psychological aspect of addiction. Most people struggling with addiction are trying to cope with physical, sexual, or emotional trauma. Each patient's history of trauma should be understood and addressed by the prescribing doctor, the family, and the patient.

    • 18 min
    The Social

    The Social

    Welcome to Part 3 of our series, "The Slot Machine." Today, we are discussing the social aspect of addiction. The "third 7" addresses how available and socially acceptable an addictive substance is. We discuss how we have created a culture of pain management that is behind the staggering opioid statistics we see every year.This is the final episode of Season 1. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with us while we prepare for Season 2.Addiction is treatable, treatment works, and people recover.Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

    • 36 min
    The Founder (Part 1)

    The Founder (Part 1)

    Since 2004, I have been in recovery from drug addiction. Since that time, it has been my mission to understand all I can about the disease that kills so many people and destroys so many lives. Rooted in trauma, shame, and fear, our view of addiction will change as we open our minds to new information. Addiction is treatable, treatment works, and people recover.

    My name is Dr. Stephen Loyd.

    This is my story.

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    • 47 min
    The Founder (Part 2)

    The Founder (Part 2)

    Last week, we talked about my struggle with addiction. Too often, the story ends there. Today, we will talk about treatment, recovery, and life after addiction. Addiction is treatable, treatment works, and people recover.

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    • 55 min
    Harry, Tricky Dick, and the Duke

    Harry, Tricky Dick, and the Duke

    Harry J. Anslinger. Richard Nixon. Ronald Reagan. 

    Harry, Tricky Dick, and the Duke. These three men shaped our modern culture, and they unwittingly exacerbated the issue that has grown into the opioid crisis.

    In order to understand today's crisis, we need to understand where it came from. The biggest obstacle to overcoming the opioid crisis is stigma. This stigma is rooted in our history, going all the way back to the early 20th century, when it was criminalized on a large scale in the United States.

    Addiction is treatable, treatment works, and people recover.

    • 52 min
    The Slot Machine

    The Slot Machine

    There are three main factors to predicting someone's risk for addiction. They are called the biopsychosocial model. In this episode, we define addiction and explain what that means for doctors, patients, and those suffering from addiction.

    Addiction is treatable. Treatment works. People recover.

    • 26 min

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