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36 minutes | Mar 3, 2019
#49: Lauren Fitzgerald
Dr. Lauren Fitzgerald is a Medical Doctor who left her practice as an anesthesiologist to pursue her true passion to help others change their health, fitness and life. She discovered her true passion in 2011 when she started teaching a hip hop fitness class that would later be known as her own unique format called CLUB FITz which became known worldwide by her ever growing YouTube channel that currently has almost 330K subscribers and >114M total views.
33 minutes | Feb 3, 2019
#48: Darren Prince
Darren Michael Prince is a sports and celebrity agent who grew up in Livingston, New Jersey. Prince started a mail order company selling baseball cards at the age of 14 called Baseball Card City and also traveled around the country doing trade shows. At the age of 20 he sold his company for $1.0M and formed Prince of Cards which became an industry leader in private autograph signings for sports and celebrity memorabilia with athletes and celebrities. A-List celebrities like Muhammad Ali, Magic Johnson, Pele, Joe Montana, Smokin’ Joe Frazier, Dennis Rodman, Hulk Hogan, Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra and Jenny McCarthy all worked with Prince.
29 minutes | Jan 6, 2019
#47: Lindsey Jones
Lindsay Carricarte-Jones is a life excellence strategist, YTT certified teacher, chakra healer, cancer survivor, and recovered addict. Because chakra work had such a profound impact on her own healing she is dedicating her life teaching others the path of empowerment through chakra work
39 minutes | Dec 23, 2018
#46: Doug Bopst
Doug Bopst is an award-winning personal trainer, author, speaker and business owner. Those credentials and accolades are a result of his own transformation. He is a former felon and drug addict, sentenced to years in jail due to his poor decisions. He chose to use that time locked in a small cell to beat his demons and reinvent himself thanks to a combination of faith, family and fitness. He has helped hundreds of people improve their health and wellness. Todd Durkin, celebrity trainer and Owner of Men’s Health Top rated gyms raves: “Doug Bopst is one of the most passionate, inspiring and driven men I know. His life story epitomizes the overcoming adversity mentality. If you are looking for a massive shift or transformation of body, mind, spirit, or habit, I can’t recommend Doug and his program enough. His passion is evident. His purpose is profound. And he will undoubtedly positively IMPACT you!”
32 minutes | Dec 9, 2018
#45: Andre Norman
On this episode of High Sobriety, host John Mabry talks with Andre Norman. Known to many as The Ambassador Of Hope, Andre’s experience and expertise is what empowers him to help people turn their situation around. Andre travels around the world to serve as a mentor and listening ear for so many in need. He has made an impact working in the countries of Honduras, Bahamas, Sweden, Guatemala, Liberia & Trinidad. With inclusion being the center of his solution based efforts.
56 minutes | Nov 25, 2018
#44: Phillip Andrew
On this episode of High Sobriety, host John Mabry talks with Phillip Andrew. Phillip is a media coach, a motivational speaker, and an Emmy nominated television producer. Join us for this open discussion of Phillip's journey from addiction to drugs and alcohol to his successful career in LA.
21 minutes | Nov 11, 2018
#43: Maeve O’Neill
On this episode Maeve O'Neill joins John to dig deep into 'Compliance'. Maeve O’Neill currently works as vice president of compliance for Addiction Campuses where she oversees all regulatory and accreditation efforts for locations nationwide ensuring high quality and safe care. In this role, she has the daily opportunity for staff training and education to build team cohesiveness, implementing best practices, as well as defining and monitoring performance improvement measures throughout the organization. O’Neill is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor with expertise as a licensed chemical dependency counselor. She has worked as a preventionist, counselor, manager, director and executive leader in community organizations, schools, treatment centers as well as private practice settings. Her broad experience with children, adolescents, adults and families has gifted her the opportunity to impact many lives.
49 minutes | Oct 28, 2018
#42: Arlina Allen
When it comes to breaking free of the most challenging of all behaviors, addiction, Arlina Allen knows what she’s talking about. Arlina is the podcast host of The ODAAT Chat Podcast and writer from California. She hit bottom around drugs and alcohol in 1994, and decided to seek help. Arlina says that what started out as the worst thing that could have happened, turned out to be one of the best.
65 minutes | Oct 14, 2018
#41: Circle of Addiction
Host John Mabry recently addended the premier of Jim Wahlberg's movie 'The Circle of Addiction'. While there, he interviewed some of the stars of the movie as well as some interesting guests.
67 minutes | Sep 30, 2018
#40: Jake LaBotz
On this episode of High Sobriety John talks with Jake Labotz about the importance of taking time to recharge through meditation
79 minutes | Sep 16, 2018
#39: Mike Ferris
On this episode, John welcomes Grammy Award winner Mike Ferris to High Sobriety. Mike Farris is an American musician. He was the founder and lead singer of Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies but has been a solo act since 2001. He has put out three studio releases as well as a one live record as Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue, as well as a charity EP as Mike Farris and the Cumberland Saints. Mike opens up about his time in addiction and recovery.
38 minutes | Sep 2, 2018
#38 - Second Chances
On this episode of High Sobriety, John talks with Krista and Jason who are each a vital part of Addiction Campuses' Second Chance program. The Second Chance program focuses on healing people who have been saved from overdose.
53 minutes | Aug 19, 2018
#37: Phil Bogard
Phil Bogard is a founding member of Ingram Hill. Ingram Hill was formed during the summer of 2000, when Justin Moore (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Phil Bogard (lead guitar) joined forces with two other musicians they knew from the University of Memphis, Shea Sowell (bass, background vocals) and Matt Chambless (drums). Before Ingram Hill, Moore and Bogard had played together in a Memphis band called the Bamboozlers (who were together from 1997-2000 and put out a CD titled Shopping for Stuart). In 2001 and 2002, Ingram Hill toured the Deep South extensively, and developed a small but enthusiastic regional following in that part of the United States. Their first release came in 2002, when they put out their debut EP, Until Now, on their own label, Traveler Records. Five of the disc's eight tracks were produced by Tonic singer Emerson Hart, and Until Now sold around 10,000 copies. Then, in 2003, the Memphis residents released their first full-length album, June's Picture Show, on Traveler; the CD was produced by Rick Beato, who had worked with Billionaire, the Tender Idols, Flickerstick, and singer/songwriter Michelle Malone, among others. June's Picture Show had only been out a few weeks when Ingram Hill signed with Hollywood Records, which re-released the album in February 2004. Cold in California followed from Hollywood in 2007. The album reflected a shakeup in personnel, with Sowell leaving; he was replaced by Zach Kirk in 2008. After releasing the Unplugged EP that year, Ingram Hill left their major label association. In 2010, the band signed with Rock Ridge Music for their next album Look Your Best. Although Chambless appeared on the disc, he had departed by the time it was released on September 28, 2010, and the group was reduced to a trio consisting of Moore, Bogard, and Kirk.
39 minutes | Aug 5, 2018
#36: Jim Wahlberg
Born shortly after his brother Paul, Jim is the fifth oldest Wahlberg. Like his brothers, Jim recovered from his tough upbringing in the streets of Dorchester to become the executive director of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, created to improve the quality of life for inner city youth through a working partnership with other youth organizations. Jim works hand-in-hand with Mark setting up events and functions across the U.S. to help support charities like the local Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester where they spent time at as kids. Jim and his wife reside outside South Florida and have a 21-year-old son and 17-year-old twins; a boy and a girl. After the Boston Marathon bombing last year, Jim was inspired to participate in this year’s race. Not a runner, Jim dedicated himself to training for the race and completed the marathon.
35 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
#35: Dr. Monty Burks
Dr. Monte Burks serves as the Directer of Faith Based Initiatives for the Tennessee Deptartment of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
38 minutes | Jul 8, 2018
#34: Pam Grout
Pam Grout is the author of 16 books, two screenplays, a live soap opera, a TV series and enough magazine articles that she hasn't starved in 20 years without a 9-5 job.
42 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
#33: Ted Collins
On this episode of High Sobriety, John talks with Ted Collins. Ted is the co-founder of MOBER (recovery-focused tech company). 20+ years of strategy, ops, start-ups and business planning in the mobile industry. BA Harvard, MBA INSEAD. He's also open and honest about his recovery in his conversation with John, including speaking about how his drug dealer played a major role in his sobriety.
49 minutes | Jun 10, 2018
#32: Aspen Luzier
On this episode of High Sobriety, Aspen Luzier returns to the Addiction Campuses Studio to give us an update on her Rebel for a Cause.
59 minutes | May 27, 2018
#31: Omar Pinto
On this episode of High Sobriety, John talks with Omar Pinto. Omar Pinto lost his wife, his business and his sanity to the carnage of addiction. But a key part of his past – becoming a father – would inspire a sweeping transformation. “I kept a picture of my baby daughter in my wallet, and when I felt like using, I would pull it out and stare at her beautiful little face,” Pinto recalls. “I would call my sponsor, or other members in the fellowship.” A relapse in early recovery was the catalyst for ultimate change. Pinto had gone on a three-day cocaine and alcohol bender, and his wife – from whom he was separated – went searching for him, with their newborn in tow. She found Pinto high on drugs and walked away in disgust. “In that instance I was broken into tiny pieces,” Pinto says. “The pain was indescribable and I dropped to my knees and asked God once again to help me get clean for the sake of my daughter.” Thanks to his investment in fatherhood and Narcotics Anonymous, Pinto has achieved 14 years of recovery. Today he helps others get clean as host of the popular “SHAIR” Recovery Podcast.
34 minutes | May 13, 2018
#30: Charlie Clements - A Balanced Life
On this episode of Addiction Campuses' High Sobriety John talks with Charlie Clements. Charlie leads the A Balanced Life program at Addiction Campuses. Join us as Charlie discusses the program!
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