The Negative Affects Drug Abuse Has On The Body

May 11, 2018
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Ray Estefania, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Family Recovery Specialists, an intensive outpatient program for adolescents and adults that also provides concierge crisis/case management and intervention services for all ages joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention & Health News Channel.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Ray Estefania discuss the following:

  1. When and how does drug abuse start and progress?    
  2. How can you tell the signs and symptoms of drug use and drug addiction?
  3. What drugs commonly cause problems, and how do they affect the body?
  4. Why has America’s opioid epidemic gotten so much worse in recent years?
  5. Talk to me about your partnership with Miami Beach. What kind of value are you providing residents?

 

Mr. Ray Estefania is the former Director of South Miami Hospital’s Adolescent Addiction Treatment Program. His current role is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Family Recovery Specialists (Miami, FL), an intensive outpatient program for adolescents and adults that also provides concierge crisis/case management and intervention services for all ages.

Mr. Estefania has been working as an addiction counselor for over 20 years and was formerly the Adolescent Program Supervisor at Suburban Hospital’s Addiction Treatment Center in Bethesda, Maryland. He has worked extensively as drug abuse counselor and alcohol abuse counselor, interventionist and as a family therapist in the field of addiction treatment.

Mr. Estefania is a considered an expert in the field and frequently provides education and training to physicians, nurses, other mental health professionals, teachers and school administrators on topics related to addiction and recovery.

 

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Website: www.familyrecoveryspecialists.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRSMiami
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FRSMiami

Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP) and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids (The Partnership) Launch New National Coalition

May 9, 2018
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Marjorie Clifton, Executive Director of the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies, a non-profit dedicated to educated consumers about safely buying medicines online joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Pharmaceutical Channels.

CSIP and the Partnership for Drug Free Kids are launching Medicine Safe, a new coalition of national and state public and private organizations dedicated to helping families understand the opioid epidemic, medicine safety and how to prevent and treat addiction.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Marjorie Clifton discuss the following:

  1. Before we talk about the new coalition, let’s give our listeners some background. It seems that every day we are hearing about the opioid epidemic in the country. Can you give us some insight into how widespread it is?
  2. When you talk about opioids, are you only talking about prescription painkillers?
  3. Why are so many more people addicted now?
  4. Some say eliminating opioids, limiting the number of pills prescribed or incarcerating more people will solve the crisis. Do you agree?
  5. What about prevention?
  6. It seems like an impossible situation. Let’s talk about the new coalition CSIP and the Partnership started. What is Medicine Safe?
  7. What makes MedicineSafe different from all of the other organizations trying to curb the opioid epidemic?

 

Marjorie Clifton is the Executive Director for the Center for Safe Internet Pharmacies (CSIP) and has been helping develop international awareness and policies around medicine safety, illegal online pharmacies and counterfeit medicines since 2011.

In her role with CSIP she has built global coalitions, communications strategies and campaigns to drive impact and awareness on a range of issues impacting consumers, corporations and global citizens.

Marjorie has helped stand up global organizations supporting CSIP’s mission and participates in an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) working group. She is also called upon regularly to speak on the topic of online counterfeiting and consumer protection at industry conferences, government stakeholder meetings and international forums such as the U.S. Department of State, U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Department of Trade, U.S. Department of Commerce, the Global Trade Organization, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, APEC, the Internet for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and Merchant Acquirers’ Committee (MAC). Ms. Clifton is also a published author and media commentator, appearing regularly on CNN, Fox, NBC, MSNBC, PBS and global radio.

Marjorie received her bachelor’s degree in Communications and Spanish from the University of Texas. She received her master’s from Drama Studio London. She is currently a fellow and advisory board member for the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Participation at the University of Texas and serves on the board for the School of Undergraduate Studies. She is also an executive board member of the non-profit Running Start, and a founder of their Next Step program, which trains young women in career development and politics.

 

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Websites:
www.MedicineSafe.org
www.safemedsonline.org
www.drugfree.org

Social Media Links:
Twitter: @safemedsonline
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SafeMedsOnline
YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/drugfreechannel

REACH Wellness & Recovery, helping patients with a full range of behavioral health issues

September 29, 2017
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Dr. Alix Nassiri, a Board Certified Addiction Medicine Physician, an Anesthesiologist and Founder of REACH Wellness & Recovery, a cutting-edge brain institute based in the Los Angeles area joins eHealth Radio and the Rehab and Addiction Prevention Channels.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Alix Nassiri discuss the following:

  • How is REACH Wellness & Recovery's approach different from other rehab & mental health facilities?
  • What inspired you to launch REACH Wellness & Recovery?
  • You recently opened a new state-of-the-art REACH Wellness & Recovery facility in Burbank; can you tell our listeners about the cutting-edge services that REACH provides?
  • What advice do you give to someone struggling with addiction? What’s the first step to recovery?
  • What are you thoughts on the Opioid epidemic in this country?
  • What are the benefits of Ketamine therapy? Who should consider Ketamine treatment?
  • You are committed for REACH to make its mark in Washington DC. What is your motivation behind this and what do you hope to accomplish?

 

Dr. Alix Nassiri is a Board Certified Addiction Medicine Physician, an Anesthesiologist and Founder of REACH Wellness & Recovery, a cutting-edge brain institute based in the Los Angeles area.

Dr. Nassiri founded REACH Wellness & Recovery 4 years ago in Pasadena, and recently launched a new state-of-the-art REACH facility in Burbank to help patients with a full range of behavioral health issues, ranging from substance and alcohol use disorders, to depression, PTSD, general anxiety disorders, OCD, and Chronic Pain.

REACH is one of the few institutions in behavioral health that is physician founded and operated, and incorporates a multidisciplinary team approach to care, along with cutting-edge medical therapies. The combination of this groundbreaking medical care with an innovative and sophisticated treatment that is individually tailored to each patient, has made REACH the go-to facility for those seeking the absolute most advanced care possible. With services ranging from both outpatient detox to concierge in-home detox with 24 hour nursing care, Ketamine Infusion Therapy, Intravenous NAD+ infusions, EMDR, Psychotherapy, counseling, toxicology testing, and pharmaco-genetic testing and medication management of psychiatric meds.

While in the past addiction was the main focus of care, Dr. Nassiri and his team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Nurses, Therapists, and other specialists, manage the full range of mental and physical health issues, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, Chronic Pain, Bi-Polar disorders, OCD, chronic binge eating and other varying disorders.

Dr. Nassiri utilizes cutting-edge medical therapies from Ketamine Infusion, Alpha-Stimulation, NAD+ infusions, and other medications to help restructure and reconfigure the traumatized mind and allow for more traditional behavioral health modalities to have their intended effect.

“All people have to navigate the human condition, which brings with it variable stressors and anxieties, often accumulating over time and creating a chronic traumatic experience that can no longer be processed with our built-in, innate coping mechanisms. Some people turn to self-medicating with drugs or alcohol, while others, become completely crippled or unregulated by their mind, unable to function on a daily basis. Our approach at REACH is radically different, by not just medically detoxing the patient, but using an advanced medical approach to help attenuate the effects of this cumulative trauma, and from there paving the way for the care of the complex patient via a multidisciplinary approach; addressing all components of the brain from a 360 degree angle.” – Dr. Nassiri

Dr. Nassiri is a graduate of University of California, where he was a Regent scholar, and went on to complete medical school at Western University of Health Sciences. Upon graduation from medical school, he completed an intensive one-year internship at Riverside University Health System Medical Center. He then completed a three-year residency in Anesthesiology through Western U/OPTI, training at Riverside University Health Center, Cedars Sinai and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. During that time, he had a wide range of exposure to patients with chronic pain, mental health and substance and alcohol use disorders.

Dr. Nassiri is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, the California Society of Addiction Medicine, the American Osteopathic Association of Addiction Medicine, American Osteopathic College of Anesthesiologists, California Society of Anesthesiologists, the American Medical Association, and the American Osteopathic Association. Dr. Nassiri serves as the Medical Director for the country’s second oldest rehab center, a non-profit based in Pasadena, the Bishop Gooden Center. He oversees both their primary Mental Health program; and also their substance abuse program. Dr. Nassiri is also the Medical Director for Ridgeview Ranch in Altadena, Refuge Recovery in Los Feliz, and Awakenings in Agoura Hills. He is also on staff at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena and Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs, and Chief of Anesthesia for Southern California Anesthesia Providers in the La Canada-Flintridge area.

He has been named as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” people by Pasadena Magazine, as well as voted one of the Top Doctors in the area. He has completed humanitarian medical missions overseas, and he has been interviewed by local and national media, including NBC, CNN, FOX and CBS.

Dr. Nassiri is fluent in English, Persian, French and medical Spanish.

 

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Websites: www.ReachDetox.com | www.ReachKetamine.com

Call or text for more info: 323-351-6136

Rabbi Mark Borovitz on Addiction & Criminal Rehabilitation Expert and Author of Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah

September 4, 2017
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Rabbi Mark Borovitz, author of Finding Recovery of Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness and Senior Rabbi at Beit T'Shuvah, a nonprofit, non-sectarian, Jewish addiction treatment center and synagogue community in Los Angeles joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention, Health News and Rehab Channels.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Rabbi Mark Borovitz discuss the following:

  • Tell us about your upbringing in Ohio and what led you to a life of crime.
  • When did your addiction begin to surface and how did it begin to show itself?
  • How did you finally become clean?
  • Today, you are the Senior Rabbi at Beit T'Shuvah in Los Angeles - tell us about the program and what makes Beit T'Shuvah unique.
  • Your latest book, "Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness" outlines your treatment methods, can you tell us more about your book and how this can help others in recovery.

 

Officially ordained in 2000 at the University of Judaism with a Master’s in Rabbinic Literature, Rabbi Mark Borovitz combined his knowledge of Torah and street smarts to shape his calling: helping recovering addicts find their way in the world. Spiritual Leader, Author, Senior Rabbi, CEO, ex-con, recovering alcoholic, and overall anomaly, he is able to reach both the addict and the congregant, and de-stigmatize this life threatening disease.

As the CEO and Senior Rabbi of Beit T’Shuvah, a nonprofit, non-sectarian, Jewish addiction treatment center and synagogue community in Los Angeles, Rabbi Mark’s leadership is unparalleled. Community members, addicts, educators, dignitaries, and executives all seek his wisdom; a blend of street savvy, and wise rabbinic teachings. When working with people, he is living proof that change is possible; when speaking to the congregant, he stands for the hope that every man has a higher purpose. After being released from prison in 1988 he began his work at Beit T’Shuvah. Over the past twenty-eight years, he has helped co-create one of the most exceptional approaches to addiction treatment and criminal rehabilitation and reintegration in the world.

In early 2004, Rabbi Mark was one of seven people invited to a round table discussion with President George W. Bush about faith and recovery. The Rabbi was also mentioned in President Bush’s speech before the first conference on Faith-Based Initiatives. He is a highly sought-after feature speaker at many seminars all across the nation discussing spirituality and recovery, including CASA at Columbia University and Spirituality Day at Northwestern University.

As his organization has grown, Rabbi Mark’s unique take on addiction treatment (“Addiction is a hole in the soul. It is a spiritual malady that says there is something inherently wrong with you. Recovery is about understanding that You Matter and you are a holy soul.”), has solidified him as an expert and visionary in the field. He co-authored his biography, The Holy Thief: A Conman’s Journey from Darkness to Light for which the rights were recently optioned.

The story of Mark Borovitz and his work is also featured in a chapter of the book, Stalking Elijah by Roger Kamenetz, and he and his wife Harriet Rossetto, Founder and Executive Vice President of Beit T’Shuvah, are the subject of the exclusive art book, Two Broken People created by acclaimed Director and Producer, Jack Bender.

Rabbi Mark has been featured in articles in the Los Angeles Times, Moment Magazine, The Jewish Journal, The Wall Street Journal and newspapers across the world, including Israel’s largest publication, Haaretz Daily Newspaper. Rabbi Mark Borovitz’s tireless efforts have been the driving force behind the robust and growing movement that is Beit T’Shuvah. His newest book, Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness (Jewish Lights Publishing), will be released March 21st, 2016.

 

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Website: www.rabbimark.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rabbimarkborovitz
Twitter: @Rabbi_Mark

The views, ideas, thoughts and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.

Alcoholism & Addiction: No Cure, But a Path

July 30, 2017
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Tina Marie Gonzales who is the Program Coordinator at Carus Recovery Center joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention and Health News Channels. Tina has been working in the substance abuse treatment profession since 2008, ranging from admissions and operations to administration, counseling, and case management.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Tina Marie Gonzales discuss the following:

  • What makes CARUS different from other Residential Treatment Facilities?
  • What kind of support do you offer at CARUS?
  • How does the location of the CARUS facility compare with other locations?
  • So how does CARUS Recovery view a substance use disorder?
  • What are examples of these many therapies?

 

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Tina Marie Gonzales is the Program Coordinator at Carus Recovery Center. Tina has been working in the substance abuse treatment profession since 2008, ranging from admissions and operations to administration, counseling, and case management.

Through her personal journey, Tina discovered a passion for working with others who are searching for what she has found. Tina’s motivation led her to further her education as a Substance Abuse Counselor in order to pass her knowledge along to others who are looking for a better life. “With a little guidance and a lot of unconditional positive regard,” she says, “I believe anything is possible.”

 

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Website: www.carusrecovery.com

Social Media Links:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carusrecovery
Twitter: https://twitter.com/carusrecovery
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CARUS-Recovery

Safe and Effective Ibogaine Treatment from Clear Sky Recovery

July 24, 2017
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Patrick K. Kroupa, an ibogaine treatment expert, entrepreneur, writer and activist on behalf of Clear Sky Recovery, one of the most advanced and medically qualified sources of ibogaine treatment and drug rehab programs in the world joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention & Health News Channels.

 

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Patrick K. Kroupa discuss the following:

  • For the benefit of our listeners, please give us an overview of Clear Sky Recovery.
  • Clear Sky Recovery has a strong emphasis on its expertise involving ibogaine treatment. Why is this expertise so important?
  • What do you want prospective patients to know about the ibogaine treatment Clear Sky Recovery provides, in comparison to other centers?
  • Compassion is a principle Clear Sky Recovery emphasis. Tell us more about how this principle & how it influences the mission of Clear Sky Recovery?
  • What else would you like listeners to know about Clear Sky Recovery?    

 

Patrick K. Kroupa is an ibogaine treatment expert, entrepreneur, writer and activist on behalf of Clear Sky Recovery, one of the most advanced and medically qualified sources of ibogaine treatment and drug rehab programs in the world. Kroupa and his work have been featured in over 100 books, films, television reports, and a wide spectrum of periodicals including Wired, Forbes, the New Yorker, Time, Rolling Stone, NY Magazine, Esquire, Radar, Details, and MAPS (the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies).

ABOUT CLEAR SKY RECOVERY: People travel to Clear Sky Recovery from all over the world to obtain ibogaine treatment. We’ve had the privilege of working with ibogaine for more than 20 years, and the pleasure of collaborating with countless individuals and families, on the journey to reclaiming their lives.

 

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Website: www.clearskyibogaine.com

Social Media Links:
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ibogainedetox
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Detoxcentercancun
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clearskyibogaine

YOU-TURN: Changing Direction in Midlife

June 7, 2017
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Dr. Nancy Irwin, a Los Angeles-based therapist and clinical hypnotist, & the author of the nonfiction YOU-TURN: Changing Direction in Midlife, a collection of “over 40 stories of people over 40” chronicles of successful transitions in people’s personal and or professional lives again joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Nancy Irwin discuss the following:

  • What is a you-turn?
  • What made you want to change or take a detour in your life?
  • Was there any specific defining moment when it was blindingly clear what path you were to take?
  • Did you have any negative/limiting beliefs or obstacles to overcome?
  • How did you change your programming? How long did that take?
  • Did you have a support system?
  • What kept you going?
  • Would you do it over again if you had to?
  • What advice do you have for those considering making a transition in mid-life?
  • Any advice to others who are in that fearful stage?

 

Originally from Atlanta, where she trained as an opera singer, Dr. Nancy Irwin moved to New York City in 1985 to pursue a career as a stand-up comedian.  She worked all over the country and abroad, and moved to L.A. in 1994 when she heard that Hollywood needed more blondes…

Dr. Irwin experienced an epiphany when she began volunteer work for Children of the Night, a shelter for sexually abused children in Los Angeles.  This work not only waked up the healer in her, but also allowed her to begin healing her own adolescent sexual abuse at the hand of a clergyman. It prompted her to pursue a doctorate in psychology, at the age of 44, and to specialize in the prevention and healing of child sexual abuse. She went on to write the non-fiction, YOU-TURN: CHANGING DIRECTION IN MIDLIFE, to inspire others that it is never too late to live a life you love.

A pre-licensed psychologist and clinical therapeutic hypnotist, Dr. Irwin is in private practice in  Los Angeles, is a primary therapist on staff at Seasons Recovery Center in Malibu  and is also a busy public speaker.  She’s a frequent media guest for a variety of psychological issues, including reinvention, having appeared on Anderson Cooper, The Doctors, and more.   Dr. Irwin is a member of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, the Southern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.

You-Turn: Changing Direction in Midlife (Amazon, 2008) was her first book, and she is honored to be featured with Deepak Chopra and Kenneth Blanchard in ROADMAP TO SUCCESS (Amazon, 2011).  As well, she co-authored BREAKING THROUGH! STORIES OF HOPE AND RECOVERY (Amazon, 2017).   These books are all available on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com.

 

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Website: www.drnancyirwin.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrYouTurn
Twitter: @DrNancyIrwin

Asher Gottesman on Transcend Recovery Community

May 14, 2017
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Asher Gottesman, CEO and Founder at Transcend Recovery Community, a recovery community that lives by the philosophy of “helping people help themselves” joins eHealth Radio & the Addiction Prevention & Health News Channels. Unlike most sober living companies, Transcend is a full-fledged community comprised of nine homes throughout the Los Angeles, New York, and Houston areas.

 

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Asher Gottesman discuss the following:

  • How did Transcend Recovery get started?
  • What differentiates Transcend from other recovery centers?
  • How do you take the stigma off of addiction and recovery?
  • Where do you see Transcend going in the next few years?
  • What is your relationship with Ryan Leaf?

 

Asher Gottesman, CEO and Founder at Transcend Recovery Community. After a period of disillusionment with real estate and investment, Asher sought to do something more meaningful for others and himself. In following suit with his desire for fulfillment, Asher decided to create a place where people could be “heard” and could receive help to improve their lives. Asher has maintained this commitment and has sought teaching from some of the best and brightest in the field of recovery to provide optimum care for our clients.  Aside from a wife and five children, Asher has always considered the Men and Women of Transcend as his extended family.

 

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Website: www.transcendrecoverycommunity.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TranscendSoberLiving
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TranscendSL

 

Treating Substance Abuse Through Telemental Health and in Primary Care

April 19, 2017
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Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor again joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health, Health Care, Health News & TeleMental Health Channels to discuss treating substance abuse through telemental health and in primary Care.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Nikki Martinez discuss the following:

  • How common are substance abuse issues in the United States?
  • You note that there are very high rates of mental health issues associated with substance abuse. What are those conditions and statistics?
  • You wrote an article discussing the epidemic of this issue, as well as some guidelines for treating them in new environments. What made you see a need for this?
  • What are some of the essential pieces of substance abuse treatment?
  • Substance abuse and addictions are two of your specialities. What drew you too them, and how can people reach you for help?

 

Dr. Nikki Martinez received her Masters and her Doctorate from Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship at Gateway Foundation in Lake Villa, Illinois.

She is the Head of Clinical Development for www.DrNikkiMartinez.com, where she can be reached if you are interested in individual or couples work with her. She is an Adjunct Professor for 2 graduate programs, a Blogger for the Huffington Post, Everydaypowerblog, Older Dating, Success Stories, Sivana Spirit, Proud Stories, and a Contributor for the Chicago Tribune. She just published her first 8th book through Amazon.com.

 

Website: www.DrNikkiMartinez.com
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikki-martinez-35b36231
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrNikkiMartinez
Twitter: @DrNikkiMartinez

How Hypnosis Can Help Treat Addiction

November 8, 2016
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Dr. Nancy Irwin, Primary Therapist at Seasons Recovery Centers, who specializes in hypnotherapy, as well as other holistic approaches for treating addictive behaviors, sexual abuse recovery, and other traumas joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention and Hypnosis Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Nancy Irwin discuss the following:

  • How does hypnosis help addictions?
  • Can hypnosis treat the traumas that are underpinnings for addictions?
  • Can everyone be hypnotized? Is that a fact, truth or myth? 
  • Are some substances more treatable than others?
  • Does it work if there is a dual diagnosis?
  • Do psychotropic medications prevent hypnotic trance?


Duration: 8:19


Dr. Nancy Irwin is a highly sought after addiction therapist who specializes in hypnotherapy, as well as other holistic approaches for treating addictive behaviors, sexual abuse recovery, and other traumas.


Dr. Irwin is also the author of YOU-TURN: Changing Direction in Midlife (2008), a collection of “over 40 stories of people over 40” who made amazing transitions in midlife and has been featured in a wide variety of media outlets including CNN, CNBC, Fox, and MSNBC.


Dr. Irwin experienced an epiphany when she began volunteering for Children of the Night, a shelter for sexually abused children in Los Angeles. This experience awoke the healer in Dr. Irwin, prompting her to pursue a doctorate in psychology at California Southern University with a specialty focus on the prevention and healing of sexual abuse.  Dr. Irwin graduated from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute in Tarzana, California, in 2003, with honors and the Director’s Award.


She is a member of the American Hypnosis Association, the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, the California Psychological Association, the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, and she is a Diplomate in the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.


A certified practitioner of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy, and Emotion Free Therapy, Dr. Irwin tailors each client’s treatment to effect the most rapid transformation possible. Dr. Irwin’s academic accomplishments, life experience, and personal approach together enable her to provide clients with a unique treatment experience.


Dr. Irwin currently serves as a Primary Therapist & Certified Hypnotherapist at Seasons Recovery Centers in Los Angeles, California.



Website: www.seasonsmalibu.com


Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/DrYouTurn
Twitter: @DrNancyIrwin


The views and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.