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The Rehab show is about overcoming drug addiction. The topics range from medical treatment to spiritual fellowships and psychotherapy. Other forms of therapy will be explored as well. The underlying theme is that everyone is different and we cannot apply a single method of treatment to all people and expect it to work. Listening carefully to what works and does not work for an individual, treating people with respect and understanding that behaviors caused by addiction are the result of a medical condition are important. Patients presenting for treatment of addiction should be addressed with caring, compassion and understanding.

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The Rehab show is about overcoming drug addiction. The topics range from medical treatment to spiritual fellowships and psychotherapy. Other forms of therapy will be explored as well. The underlying theme is that everyone is different and we cannot apply a single method of treatment to all people and expect it to work. Listening carefully to what works and does not work for an individual, treating people with respect and understanding that behaviors caused by addiction are the result of a medical condition are important. Patients presenting for treatment of addiction should be addressed with caring, compassion and understanding.

    Tamra Hall PhD, MA, LPC, LMHC, CAADC, CCS, ACS: American Addiction Centers

    Tamra Hall PhD, MA, LPC, LMHC, CAADC, CCS, ACS: American Addiction Centers

    Tamra Hall PhD, MA, LPC, LMHC, CAADC, CCS, ACS, is the AVP of Clinical Excellence & Quality at American Addiction Centers. AAC is one of the largest healthcare organizations in the US with a focus on the treatment of addiction. In this episode, we discuss what the comprehensive medical treatment of addiction looks like at a major healthcare institution.

    Dr. Hall discusses the importance of meeting patients where they are at in order to provide the best treatment experience. All aspects of care are important, from nutrition, to mental healthcare, and appropriate addiction treatment. Medication-assisted treatment can be an important component of care and continuity of care is critical.

    Telemedicine services are an important part of the future of healthcare, and especially addiction treatment. Dr. Hall discusses how AAC is at the forefront of providing telehealth programs to their patients.

    Learn more about AAC here: https://americanaddictioncenters.org/

    Please visit our podcast website here: https://therehab.com/

    And Dr. Leeds’ website here: https://drleeds.com.

    Thank you!

    • 38 min
    Bruce Rose Director at Alcohol Recovery Scotland

    Bruce Rose Director at Alcohol Recovery Scotland

    Bruce Rose has worked for many years in the rehab industry, managing drug and alcohol treatment centers. A few years ago, Bruce was researching the topic of medication-assisted alcohol treatment and came across information on The Sinclair Method, or TSM. TSM is simply medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder using the medication, naltrexone.

    Bruce decided to dedicate his work to supporting clients interested in using this method of addiction treatment that relies on pharmacological extinction. In these past few years, he has seen incredible success with his clients, watching them recover quickly and without the usual issues of severe alcohol withdrawal and alcohol deprivation syndrome.

    In this interview with Bruce Rose, we discuss his approach to helping clients with their prescribed alcohol treatment program. We also talk about the future of medical treatment for alcohol and the possible integration of TSM with traditional residential rehab programs.

    You can reach Bruce Rose here: https://www.alcoholrecoveryscotland.co.uk/

    Please visit our podcast website here: https://therehab.com/

    And Dr. Leeds’ website here: https://drleeds.com.

    Thank you!

    • 25 min
    Lloyd Sederer, M.D.: A Leader In Public Health Discusses The Future Of Addiction Treatment

    Lloyd Sederer, M.D.: A Leader In Public Health Discusses The Future Of Addiction Treatment

    Lloyd Sederer, M.D., is currently an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of Public Health. He has won many top awards in the field of psychiatry, and he has served as a leader in the field of public health in New York for the past two decades. In the 90s, Dr. Sederer was the chief psychiatrist at McLean hospital, the psychiatric teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School. He has published thirteen books, and he has published hundreds of articles in top medical journals and newspapers.

    What is the future of the treatment of addiction? According to Dr. Lloyd Sederer, the path to saving more lives from addiction going forward will involve providing better access to the tools that we already have. We already have harm reduction strategies, including the opioid overdose rescue drug, naloxone. And, we have effective medication-assisted treatments for opioid use disorder and alcohol use disorder.

    Our understanding of the functioning of the brain is more advanced than ever before in history. A wide variety of therapies can be applied to target various regions of the brain that are affected by addiction. In addition to existing medications and therapies, there are also new medical treatments on the horizon, including the drug, psilocybin.

    With psilocybin, an existing, ancient form of medical therapy is being brought up to date with current medical science. Safe, synthetic forms of the drug have been studied in major research centers with promising results.

    Just as important as therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and contingency management, and medications, such as methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone, are the forming of relationships to promote abstinence and recovery.

    Dr. Sederer believes that, to be successful in helping people to recover from active addiction, we must meet them where they are and understand why they are using drugs or alcohol. Drugs serve a purpose for people who use them and it is important to start from there and work towards helping them find healthy replacements for drugs when they are ready.

    In our talk, Dr. Sederer and I discuss two of his recent books. We talk about “Ink-Stained for Life” and “The Addiction Solution.” Both books are fascinating and I highly recommend them to my audience.

    “Ink-Stained for Life” is a collection of fourteen stories and essays relating Dr. Sederer’s early life as a child in The Bronx to his adult life and the present, in 2020. The book demonstrates the improbable nature of the path from living as a child, on the streets of New York City, to being a leader in public health in the State of New York.

    The book shares Dr. Sederer’s philosophies on life with discussions about topics such as intelligence and genius, wealth and struggling in the middle class, Judaism and being Jewish without living as an observant Jew, living in New York City, being the leader of a world-class psychiatric hospital, working in the world of public health in New York City and New York State, addiction treatment and much more.

    Please visit Dr. Sederer here: https://www.askdrlloyd.com/

    Please visit our podcast website here: https://therehab.com/

    And Dr. Leeds’ website here: https://drleeds.com.

    Thank you!

    • 53 min
    Dr. Teralyn Sell: Addressing Brain Chemistry To Help Heal The Addicted Brain

    Dr. Teralyn Sell: Addressing Brain Chemistry To Help Heal The Addicted Brain

    Dr. Teralyn Sell is a brain health expert and psychotherapist who helps clients to develop nutritional plans based on a customized neurochemistry blue print. While many addiction treatment programs focus on treatment with either medication or spiritual-based programs,

    Dr. Teralyn is focused on the science of brain chemistry and addressing the issue of filling the empty buckets of precursors that help the brain to heal itself and rebalance necessary neurotransmitters. Rather than interfering with the architecture of brain chemistry, her approach involves helping the brain to help itself restore itself back to health.

    Poor nutrition is a contributing factor in many mental health issues. Dr. Teralyn Sell is on the forefront of brain chemistry science. She has also designed a series of nutritional supplements that are specifically tuned to the unique needs of people who are in the process of overcoming addiction to alcohol or drugs.

    Please visit her website here: https://drteralyn.com/

    • 30 min
    Jodi Aman: Anxiety I'm So Done With You

    Jodi Aman: Anxiety I'm So Done With You

    As a psychotherapist for over 20 years, Jodi shows people how to create prac- tical miracles even in the most difficult times. As an inspirational speaker, she teaches Generation Z, their parents, and helpers how to find their Diamond Confidence so they feel worthy, empowered and in control. In her online videos, she gives audiences all over the world usable tools to get clarity, push past fear, and develop their intuition. Because Jodi clawed her way out of her own emotional turmoil, she totally gets it. As a mom of teens, she double-dog gets it. Through her TEDxWilmington talk, “Calm Anxious Kids,” and her bestselling book, You 1, Anxiety 0, Jodi is changing the way we understand the current mental health crisis. She generates her own daily happiness through mindfulness, family time, and walking in the woods with her fur-baby, Winston. Find Jodi Aman at https://jodiaman.com/.

    Please visit my podcast website at https://therehab.com and my professional website at https://drleeds.com. Thank you!

    • 42 min
    Kate Bagoy: Six-Figure Freelancer Secrets: Financial Success In Recovery

    Kate Bagoy: Six-Figure Freelancer Secrets: Financial Success In Recovery

    I recommend listening to this podcast interview with Kate Bagoy with a pen and paper handy. You are going to want to take notes. This twenty-minute episode is packed full of valuable, actionable material.

    Noted author, speaker, and educator, Kate Bagoy discusses recovery from alcohol use disorder and how women can break through business barriers to have success and freedom, building a personal brand and a freelancer business.

    Kate was, by all standards, successful in life. She had a corporate job working in her chosen field, design, and marketing. Yet, she was miserable, stuck in a career that she hated. Her alcohol use got out of control.

    In 2012, she started a new life of sobriety and recovery. She also decided to start her own company and take control of her life by building a brand for design work and consulting.

    By putting to work certain principles, she was able to build up her six-figure freelancer business quickly. Kate Bagoy, also a talented educator, then started a successful coaching business, helping others to find success as she did.

    Today, Kate teaches an online course called "The Six-Figure Freelancers Accelerator." She is the author of the book "Secrets of a Six-Figure Freelancer: How to Stop Thinking Like An Employee & Build A Freelance Business Like a Boss." In addition to the well-known course and book, she still accepts a small number of private clients for coaching.

    Learn more at https://katebagoy.com/

    Please visit my podcast website at https://therehab.com and my professional website at https://drleeds.com. Thank you!

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

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Bacala2011 ,

Great content

This is a nice listen if your looking for a sane perspective on addiction therapy

Jim Gioiosa ,

The Dr House, Dr Phil & Tony Robbins of Dependance & Addiction Treatment Assistance

Dr Mark Leeds is...
The Dr House, Dr Phil & Tony Robbins of Dependance & Addiction Medicine (along with MAT/Medication Assisted Treatment...)

Dr Leeds has synthesized and distilled a TON of relevant and bleeding edge information, strategies, products, services, medications and treatment options that he carefully, compassionately and confidently researches & communicates... to patients NationWide.

Each year in America there are approx 220 Million Opioid Prescriptions dispensed...

Over 3 Billion (with a “B”) Opioid Prescriptions dispensed since 2008...

3 BILLION... there are ONLY 300+ Million Americans!

That’s 10 Opioid Prescriptions PER Person during this period...

AND... just over 1Million Doctors... (& 100K Physician Assistants)... YET...

ONLY 2200+ Certified Pain Specialist...

AND ONLY 1800+ Certified in Addiction Medicine...

Combine these staggering figures with the FACT that up until just recently these SMALL number of Addiction Medicine Providers (approx 1800...) could ONLY maintain and Provide Medication Assisted Treatment for 100 OUD (Opioid Use Disorder) Patients (that “may” need MAT)

Let’s do the Math...

1800+ Dependence & Addiction Medicine Providers... EACH able to “help” (and Prescribe) to Only 100 Patients (just recently bumped to 275) however...

1800 x 100 = 180,000...

yet there are 10-20X this amount of American’s in NEED of Assistance...

You can search through the 1800+ Specialists... and MANY of them are Highly Qualified & Capable Providers... however Dr Mark Leeds is near the TOP of this List...

“If” you need help... or simply High Quality References and Resources to Help Yourself... FIND Dr Mark Leeds on Instagram... or his Nationally Recognized PodCasts... or his
YouTube Channel, Twitter or simply reach out to him (or his Team) directly... you will NOT be disappointed... Help IS Possible... TODAY... not tomorrow... TODAY... reach out to Dr Mark Leeds TODAY...

Pathway to Happiness ,

Overcoming Opioid Addiction

Dr. Bisaga episode on Overcoming Opioid Addiction was excellent. I understand the challenges involved, especially in cases where there is medical treatment and little behavior treatment or as Dr. Bisage refers to as traditional treatment. As with all medications, like Suboxone, Subutex, Naloxone, there are dangerous side affects. I can see using in early recovery but can also see where long term use will be questioned by many. I guess my question is more concerned with the timeframe saying the patience is settled and really not addicted. I would think most people in active recovery would want to be weaned from any type of drugs of this type. The challenges continue today even more so and therefore we’ll need to find the best methods to help. i believe there is general support from both the NA community and the groups such as NAR-ANON that support all forms of help towards recovery. They also believe that the traditions and steps should be included.

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