Addicted To Rehab

Addicted To Rehab: Overcoming The Florida Shuffle

Michael A. gives an incredible account of going through 28 rehab programs in South Florida in a six year period. The ineffective system, which values a good medical insurance card over a patient’s wellbeing, could not help him to get clean. Finally, Michael found a program that worked for him. He discovered that he needed […]

Karen Newell

Karen Newell, Co-Founder of Sacred Acoustics: Healing With Sound

Karen Newell is the co-founder of Sacred Acoustics. She is also co-author with Dr. Eben Alexander of Living in a Mindful Universe. I am personally a big fan of the recordings produced by Sacred Acoustics. They have helped me to relax and to get better sleep. They also make great meditation aids. Try out the […]

Christopher Emmons

Christopher Emmons: The Art of Film Making​

This episode of The Rehab features an interview with Christopher Emmons, an award-winning film maker who has expertly written, directed and produced films about the topic of addiction, alcoholism and more. He grew up in Milwaukee, where he had a great interest in filmmaking. While earning his Bachelors at the School of the Art Institute of […]

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Opioid Detox Crisis: A State Of Emergency

Opioid Detox Needed to Address National Emergency. The president has declared a national emergency in the US and opioid detox is going to be a priority. Some states have already declared emergency status. Boston is in crisis. Massachusetts has declared an emergency due to a high level of opioid use and overdoses in the Boston […]

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Crossing the line

In recovery, we are taught to look back and see that we were addicts from the very beginning. Often, we can find signs of our addiction going back to childhood and we may even assume that it goes back further in the family tree through our parents and even grandparents. However, in many cases, we can […]