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N.O.A.H. Opens New Clinic To Provide Full Healthcare Services
N.O.A.H. (Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health) just opened a state of the art healthcare clinic that provides everything from primary care, to lab work, to dentistry, behavioral health, prenatal care and community resource programs! They accept everyone! It doesn't matter if you are underinsured or uninsured. They provide comprehensive health services. This episode is inspired by Molina Healthcare.
ABC's The Bachelor Opens Up About His Mental Health and Childhood Trauma
Clayton Echard was the star on Season 26 of ABC's "The Bachelor". He opens up about his experience on the show and how it's now put him on the path to becoming a mental health advocate. Clayton also talks about his childhood trauma that has impacted him as an adult. Clayton is now speaking openly about the pain he's experienced in his life, and how he's trying to use that experience to help others.
Becoming An Alcoholic At 40, Why It's Never Too Late To Start Over
Most people will experience trauma by the age of 10. Childhood trauma impacts the way our brains are formed. Sometimes, we don't even realize as adults that early childhood trauma is impacting our poor life decisions. Our wiring is off because of unhealed trauma. It may derail us in our teens, or like Kimberly who became an alcoholic at age 40. Its an incredible story about a registered nurse and sobriety coach who is now able to help others trying to heal from their trauma at Soul Surgery Rehab in Scottsdale, AZ. Need Help? Call: 866-223-9470
From Surviving Childhood Trauma To Creating A Healing Center
Tim Westbrook is the founder, owner, and CEO of Camelback Recovery in Phoenix, AZ. He talks about childhood trauma which led him to a life of booze and drugs. From multiple blackouts, losing jobs and relationships, Tim was able to rebuild his life by creating a solid foundation in a 12-Step program. Now, he's helping other addicts heal from their trauma by creating an incredible program that focuses on structured sober living, outpatient & PHP treatment programs. This is Tim's incredible story of hope!
Navajo Nation Elder Creates A "Wellbriety" Program
This is a fascinating episode as we sit down with an elder from the Navajo Nation. Carl Dixon understands the impact of trauma. He was abused as a child because of an alcoholic father. Trauma was passed down generationally and Carl, too, became an addict. Now, Carl lives a life of sobriety while also helping other Native Americans heal from their trauma. He created a Wellbriety program that uses the 12-step model as the foundation, but also focuses on modalities that heal trauma.
From A Life In Prison To Helping Others Get Sober
This is an incredibly powerful podcast about a guy who experienced severe childhood trauma that led him down a dark path of self destruction with drugs. Steven Ayers speaks about his childhood trauma publicly for the first *ever. He was molested as a child. He carried that burden his whole life... until now. His path led him to serve time in prison. He says prison saved his life. Now he's helping other guys in recovery get sober.
How Childhood Trauma Leads To Addiction
In this episode you will meet Ian Day. Ian gives an incredible testimony about how recovery has not only saved his life, but it's allowed him to create a life he truly never thought was possible. He talks about childhood bullying and child sex abuse that he experienced. He also talks about his time in jail and how that became an opportunity to get sober. At one point in his life he lost custody of his son, but his story is proof that if we focus on healing ourselves our lives will only get better. In fact, he ended up getting back full custody about a year after staying sober. It's a powerful story of how AA/12 Step Programs have given him a new lease on life!
The Power Of Psychedelics In Healing Trauma
This might be the most "controversial" podcast episode I have ever done and I have never been more excited to talk about the science of psychedelics and the important studies being done right now to help people heal from trauma. We are talking about microdosing with the nations leading researcher on the subject, Dr Sue Sisley. Dr Sisley was the nations leading researcher on cannabis in the early 2000's and now she has DEA approval to grow mushrooms and conduct studies on veterans who've suffered from trauma. Her research could lead to a major breakthrough in helping addicts heal from the trauma that got them addicted to substances to numb it all out.
Meth At Age 11: Overcoming Childhood Trauma Leads To Helping Others
Patrick Legenzoff is known as the "Sober Investor". His story is one of the most powerful I have ever heard. He grew up in a broken home. His mother was a drug addict and also the neighborhood drug dealer. He tried marijuana at age 10. He took a hit of meth at age 11. He, too, began slinging drugs and became a criminal before the age of 18. How did Patrick break the cycle of trauma & addiction? Does he have a relationship with his mother? How did he turn his life around to become an entrepreneur and an incredibly successful investor? Patrick owns 10 sober livings and a treatment center, Solutions of Sobriety. He drops some wisdom in this episode!
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