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Addiction Unscripted Podcast
41 minutes | Apr 5, 2017
The Power Of Community with Greg Williams and Matt Butler- Season 2 Finale!
Claire Foster wraps up Season 2 of AddictionUnscripted Podcast by talking to Greg Williams (Founder of FacingAddiction, and Producer of Generation Found) and musician Matt Butler about why it's so important to use your story for purpose, the power of community, and what you can do to inspire and create change in the recovery movement.
32 minutes | Mar 29, 2017
Addiction Unscripted Ep 4- Sirah: Grammy Award Winning Recovery Advocate
In episode 4 of Season 2, Claire sits down with grammy award winning singer/rapper Sirah, and talks about her journey to recovery.. Oh, and they really do laugh a lot.
26 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
Iron Man Season 2 EP 3
From Heroin To Iron Man.. Literally. Claire foster interviews Michael Nicholas, who went from heroin addiction to Iron man racer. Michael showcases the talent that we all encapsulate in recovery, but it takes a tribe to get to that finish line!
39 minutes | Mar 15, 2017
#AddictionUnscripted-Ep - 2- "Doctor, Doctor"
Where does addiction come from? Does it originate in the addict's mind, or their environment? In Episode 2, we talk to two leading doctors of psychology about what causes addiction. Dr. David Gatta and Dr. Adi Jaffe share valuable insights into addiction, recovery, "healthy" drug use, and the social stigma that surrounds addiction.
28 minutes | Mar 7, 2017
#AddictionUnscripted : Season 2, Episode 1 - Brandon Novak
The first episode of the new season of AddictionUnscripted.com’s podcast is now available! Host Claire Foster talks with internationally renowned skateboarder, bestselling author, and all-around good dude Brandon Novak. (You may recognize him from MTV’s Jackass.) After years in active addiction, Brandon now has almost two years of sobriety from alcohol, heroin, and all other mind-altering substances. However, it wasn’t an easy road. Although Brandon gained material success and was recognized for his amazing accomplishments, he struggled to stay sober. He entered his first rehab as a teenager, and after many attempts and many years, attained lasting recovery. Brandon has dedicated himself to helping others in recovery. His story is hilarious, touching, and inspiring. His message is simple: If I can do it, so can you. Hear about life in a sober house, how he got his start skateboarding, and what his greatest accomplishment in recovery is.
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