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Dr. Cali Estes, Celebrity Addiction Coach On Integrative Medical Addiction Treatment

Cali Estes, Ph.D. is an author and highly sought after Addiction Therapist and Life/Corporate Coach who specializes in harm reduction and utilizes holistic approaches to treat addiction, as well as mental conditions holding her clients back from reaching their full potential. She works with individuals, drug, and alcohol treatment teams and addiction professionals looking to advance their knowledge base.

Dr. Estes has over 20 years of experience working with drug, alcohol and food addictions. Her deep understanding of drug and alcohol addiction, including the behaviors and ramifications that are associated with it, places her at the top in the field of addiction therapy. Dr. Estes is an interactive, solution-focused Positive Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. Her unique no-nonsense approach of cognitive-behavioral therapy, positive psychology, and life coaching combine to provide the perfect support for an addict.

Dr. Estes’ background in food addictions and the emotional and physical tolls it takes on one’s psyche and physical well-being is highly unique.  Dr. Cali Estes is a #1 Best Selling Author on Amazon has been featured on CNN, NBC, CNBC, CBS, FOX News, LA Times, Yahoo! News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Reader’s Digest, Entrepreneur Magazine, MSN Money, Max Sports and Fitness, San Jose Mercury, The Fix, Dr. Drew, People Magazine, Washington Post, Yoga Digest, Reader’s Digest, and more. She was also featured in a riveting documentary about addiction, Gone Too Soon: The Story of Emily Cooley.

Dr. Estes is a Certified Masters Level Addiction Professional. She holds a Ph.D. from DSU in Psychology and Life Coaching, a Master’s Degree from WCU, and an undergraduate from PSU, International Certification as a Drug and Alcohol Therapist, Master Certified Addictions Professional, as well as 24  certifications and over 20 years of experience as a Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher, Pilates Teacher, Food Addictions Specialist, and Life Coach. Her unique approach to get to the root cause of the problem with each client and relate on a humanistic level makes her desirable in this industry. Dr. Estes is more than a ‘sober coach’. She has a background in clinical and personality psychology, addictions and forensics and has been featured on NBC, CBS, CNN’s Don Lemon, MSN, Dr. Drew Podcast, Washington Post, Fox News, The Los Angeles Times and many more.

Learn more about Dr. Estes’s elite addiction coaching program here. And, learn more about the addiction recovery supplement line discussed in the episode here.

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  1. I have been in and out of recovery since 1979. I entered a treatment center in Charlotte,N.C. that is also where I live. I have been through the whole gamit of treatment modalities, opening the first for profit clinic in North Carolina in 1996. they were not even using computers then. the only MAT drug was methadone. I relapsed and sold my corporation to a group I met at the Chicago convention looking to get into the methadone business. They had various treatment centers, all inpatient 12 step based total abstinence. It took me 2 years to write the procedure manual for the state, and DEA and had my relapse after we were up and running shortly there after . I had the manager from the York County Treatment Center in Ft. Mill.S.C. moved to Fayetteville, N.C. and she ran the operation. We were at 30 clients at that time when I had my relapse and I sold out. ATS. I presently take 24mg of buprenorphine daily and also alprazolam. I have been on alprazolam for 30 years, lately for the past 6 years@9mg./daily. I smoke pot on occasion and that is where I am stable. I do not take any other drugs, no etoh,no opiates for the past 4years. I took no drugs other than what I just mentioned even after a M/C accident that was the others fault and broke my back in 3 places.Bup. is the only drug that has kept me off of opiates over (this portion of my life)
    I go to the clinic everyday ,even when my back was broken, no dirty ua’s except for pot. never missed a day after all these years can’t get any take homes because of the pot. Is there anything I can do to receive take homes with out quitting pot?

  2. Although drug and alcohol addiction does begin when a person makes the choice to use drugs it is not just the abuse of the drugs themselves.Benefits of rehabilitation

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