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Saturating Addiction Recovery With More Oxygen

April 2, 2014
Hosted by Dr. Joe Terhaar, PhD

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The body is devastated by drug addiction and medications are only beginning to support continuing recovery, but with risks and side-effects. How can the recovering addict infuse more oxygen into the system to restore health, reduce pain, and support recovery; and without side-effects? With the Rubenstein Method, Dr. David Rubenstein has led the way with incredible innovative techniques for oxygen infusion, supportive of recovery; and with now side-effects. Do not miss Dr. Joe’s historic live broadcast from the Foundations Recovery Network, Innovations in Recovery Conference in San Diego.

Overcoming Addiction: Hope with Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment

Overcoming Addiction: Hope with Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment

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On our show we will share facts, research, experiences, and feelings to better understand how to save lives from addiction. No prevention, intervention, nor treatment approach is 100% effective, and many people die every day. By sharing our knowledge, experience, and hope we can move further forward in overcoming addiction. There are gaps between traditional addiction recovery concepts like the disease model, new technologies that many consumers are unaware of like family-centered addiction recovery, new research findings about brain chemistry of addiction and genetic vulnerabilities of addiction, and prevention technologies. Amidst all of these technologies, concepts, and emotions, there is insufficient dialogue between researchers, addicts and families, and practitioners. With Dr. Joe’s breadth of background, passion, and ability, he will facilitate an ongoing dialogue between his guests and a diversity of listeners like you, moving toward greater hope for overcoming addiction.

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Dr. Joe Terhaar, PhD

Dr. Joe Terhaar, PhD

Dr. Joe Terhaar is a practicing licensed mental health counselor, marriage and family therapist, and certified chemical dependency counselor with over 30 years experience in drug prevention, intervention, and treatment. He has served as an expert witness for courts litigating issues of diagnosis and family treatment practices, is a Full Member of the Association of Intervention Specialists and a Board Registered Interventionist using eight strategies in helping families. He was awarded a rare dissertation research grant to study family intervention by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in 2001 contributing to the science of family intervention, is an educator and trainer of addiction professionals since 1983, and NAADAC Education Provider since 2006. He is a Washington state-approved marriage and family licensure supervisor since 2008, and author of research-grounded concepts, skills, and objectives for the articulation of family intervention granted a provisional patent in 2005. He received a Graduate Fellowship Award at Eastern Washington University in 1979, and is listed in Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities, 1976-77. He is the author of training curricula for school teachers, social workers, and drug counselors used across the U.S. from Seattle to Georgia, and trains intervention specialists from Alaska to Florida. Most importantly, Dr. Joe cares a great deal about those affected by addiction.

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Marissa Brice Barranger is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, specializing in individual and family therapy, working with families dealing with addiction issues, and maintains a private practice in Spokane, WA. With over 5 years of experience as a therapist, she is currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are treating depression and anxiety, specialized therapies for the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), divorce and separation counseling, grief counseling, treatment of eating disorders, and mindfulness therapy. Marissa's theoretical framework incorporates specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. View Guest page

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Billi Caine

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Dr. Hilarie Cash

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Rebecca Flood

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Stuart Gitlow, MD

Stuart Gitlow, MD, is President of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Medical Director for Orexo US, and Executive Director of the Annenberg Physician Training Program in Addictive Disease at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, NY. Dr Gitlow is on the faculty of both Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, and Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He obtained his MD at Mount Sinai, and completed his psychiatric and public health training at University of Pittsburgh, PA, and a forensic psychiatry fellowship at Harvard University in Boston. Dr Gitlow serves as Cochair of the American Medical Association’s (AMA) Action Team on Alcohol and Health, and as an elected member of its Council on Science and Public Health. Dr Gitlow formerly produced both Health Channel and ABC programming at America Online. View Guest page

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Danny Green

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Jim Herndon

Jim Herndon is a graduate of the University of Washington’s School of Medicine Physician Assistant program in 2002. Jim is the Founder of Addiction Therapeutic Services, an Intensive Outpatient Program. He also currently provides medical services at Michael’s House Treatment Center as a Medical Consultant. In 2008, Jim became Medical Director of ABC Recovery where he assists with admissions and works with medical staff to ensure quality care for the clients. Prior experience includes 5 years on the Medical staff at The Betty Ford Center. He was published in 2005 in the ASAM Journal of Addictive Diseases, having co-authored an abstract recognizing that Buprenorphine detoxification increases patient retention in treatment. This protocol has since become a nationally recognized model for opioid detoxification. Jim has been in recovery for the last 22 years. With passion he continues his tireless work with alcoholics and addicts, accessing and treating their medical needs. View Guest page

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Jen and Erin

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Toni Lodge

Toni Lodge is the chief executive officer of the Native Project, Inc., a large multiservice addiction treatment and community health center in Spokane, Washington. She has dedicated most of her adult life to serving those suffering from addiction, poverty, and poor health. Most of her career has been at the Native Project providing addiction recovery to adolescents and their families in the fourth largest urban Indian concentration in the United States. View Guest page

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Cynthia Moreno Tuohy

Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, NCAC II, CCDC II, SAP, is the Executive Director of NAADAC, the Association of Addiction Professionals and has served as President, Certification Board Commissioner, International Chair, Treasurer and Legislative Chair. She has recently served as the Executive Director of Danya Institute and the Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center. Prior to this she was the Program Director for Volunteers of America Western Washington, serving homeless populations and dealing with the co-occurrence of poverty and substance abuse issues. In addition, she has been the administrator of multi-county, publicly funded alcohol/drug prevention/ intervention/ treatment centers with services ranging from prenatal care to the elderly for over 20 years. Moreno Tuohy has been a trainer and author on many topics critical in addiction, from Domestic Violence/Anger Management and Conflict Resolution to gang intervention/treatment. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. View Guest page

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Jen Schwarz

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