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Hosts Don Wooten and Roald Tweet muse about writing, poetry, and the craft.
 
Our goal with “Families Navigating Addiction & Recovery” Podcast is to introduce our audience to interesting and authentic voices in the world of recovery. “Families Navigating Addiction & Recovery” is about families. It’s about communities. It places addiction in its proper context and empowers every family member to achieve a better outcome – a transformation. Part of our work is bringing together these voices. Providing a platform, for people like you, to share your stories and perspectiv ...
 
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Passionate music lover meets tech geek and I pop out. I LOVE everything music and arts!
 
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“CRAFT” is “…evidence based practice.” –Jessica Triplett The path to recovery can be appalling if the path you chose ended up in dismay. No path is perfect. Therefore, it is necessary that families choose a path that keeps the harm to a minimum. Our guest will introduce a model that accomplishes just that. Meet Jessica Triplett, a trainer for t ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“So attachment based intervention is about bringing people together.” - Jim Thomas In a world where no one seems to care, we often choose to be in isolation- away from people and things and situations that hurt. But in reality, nobody wants to be isolated. And that idea of ‘bringing people together’ is stressed by our today’s guest, Jim Thomas. ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“It's very important that you start today to build an inner nurturing voice… because you're going to need that voice, even when you take your last breath.” -Julie Simon Food! Food! Food! Who does not love food! Food is comfort. Food is life. Food is everything good in the world. We can say a lot about food but food can also say a lot about us. ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“Everybody in the family has to make changes, and this is how we help parents make those changes.” –Aaron Huey Whoever said that they sacrificed this and that because they didn’t have a choice is seriously disturbed. They often forget one thing and that will be reminded by our guest, Aaron Huey, the owner of Fire Mountain Residential Program fo ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“There's hope. There's hope. There's hope. It's not your fault and there's something you can do about it.” –Christina Vaselak A casual conversation with an old acquaintance turns into a very enlightening discussion! Well, we’re still in the Winter Symposium with Jeff and he just had a great breakfast with Christina Vaselak, owner of Garden Gate ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“And who holds our emotional heartstrings more than our children or our grandchildren.”- Jerry Moe Welcome to the 45th Annual Winter Symposium! We know traditional conferences as a gathering packed with professionals and their talks but this one where we find our host is surely remarkable as it is designed to be educational in a fun and excitin ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“What Ibogaine does is it gives people the insight that they have to…have the courage to do something that they must do.” –Richie Ogulnick Who would dare be a major proponent of an unfamiliar heroine detox with just a flickering assurance of success? Not even this man- Richie Ogulnick, a simple Jewish jeweler from the Bronx who has not even the ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“My goal is to lift them up with the strength of their actions even if their actions haven’t always been productive.”-Dr. Robert Weiss We do anything and everything for the people that we love. Sometimes we fall into crisis dealing with our own relationship problems but we fall even deeper into that crisis by people who ridicule the things we d ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“A lot of what I’d like to do is to try to help people, if they are in a dead end, to get out and decide for themselves how it is to be human” Started out in Engineering and found a drive to go to Med school, Dr. Michael Levin discovered his passion in Addiction psychiatry. He is now an accomplished psychiatrist for 20 years in Denver, Colorado ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“The healing process is ...educating yourself on your own emotion.” Meet the woman behind two best-selling books: “Running On Empty- Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect” and “Running on Empty No More-Transform Your Relationship With Your Partner, Your Parents and Your Children.” Dr. Jonice Webb. She is an expert in Psychiatry and is now d ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (Dave Garner).
 
“The family is core for everything.”-Pam Feinberg-Rivkin Being a nurse by profession and having to serve in many areas of the medical field such as dialysis, homecare and case management, Pam Feinberg is an eyewitness of how addiction is gradually injected from vials of trauma and drug prescriptions to people of varying age and backgrounds. Her ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“I firmly believe that unless the family begins to change, there will be no change” Despite growing up within a family beset with mental illness, Dr. Louise Stanger is an accomplished individual in the recovery field. She is an author, a speaker, a professor, mother, grandmother, widow and above all these roles she is a licensed clinician. In t ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“We all get the perfect lessons that we need if we are open to seeing them” -Pamela Ziemann Pamela Ziemann is a catalyst for creativity and confidence. She is a former real estate appraiser turned actress, who encourages people to express their authentic self. In this episode, Pamela talks to Jeff about her amazing journey towards discovering h ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
"I don't have to fall into the box...and nobody does...you don't need to fit in a box" -Dr. Reef Karim A star at whatever he does, Dr. Reef Karim takes time to sit and talk with Jeff about his passion for helping people express themselves. Raised in a strict Indian family where, at the very moment he was born, his parents decided he was going t ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“Addiction shouldn’t be called addiction, it should be called ritualized compulsive comfort seeking” -Alida Schuyler talking about what Dr. Daniel Sumrok said about addiction She is one of the most interesting people Jeff has come in contact with, and Alida Schuyler’s life is a story to be told. Jeff met her 8 to 10 years ago while he was doing ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“I really see where addiction in the family can create an opportunity for transformation for everyone” -Jeff Jones Tables have been turned and Jeff is being put under the spotlight for this episode. Cody Wooten will be interviewing and Jeff Jones will be the one answering the questions. Just a bit of a background about our interviewer: Cody Woo ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
Josh discusses with Jeff Jones how he started, the demons that he overcame, how rehab is not just a journey for the addict but for the whole family, how hard it is to face the truths of addiction and how rehabilitation can really change the lives of people around you. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://thefamily ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“Love brought me back to where I needed to be. If I didn’t have people that loved me and cared about me, I probably wouldn’t be alive.” ~Adam So many families believe that if they can fix that one person that seems to need the most help, then the whole family dynamic will be fixed as well. Adam and Lindsay Yurack understood that this concept wa ...…
 
“What I mean by being addicted to meetings was that I was getting something there that I really wanted and needed. What I understand it now to be is connection, relatability, community, and fellowship. All very important things.” Almost 36 years ago Bill went to his first AA meeting and became sober from substances. While he was no longer drink ...…
 
By davidgarner@wvik.org (davidgarner).
 
“I now know that when I feel resistance to something there is a lesson to be learned, there is something to free myself from, and there is freedom on the other side of it.” Stephanie McAuliffe has had a lifetime of experience dealing with alcoholism. As a child, young adult, and two marriages, alcohol was a key ingredient in her closest relatio ...…
 
“I’m all for tech, and all for the applications and the great things we’re doing with it. But I’m also all for a balance.” Growing up, Doctor Dustin Weissman enjoyed the internet and gaming and was known as “Mr. Tv” as a kid to his mom. Being a millennial allowed him to grow with the internet age and the virtual world as it developed over time. ...…
 
I am on this mission to really bring back empathy.” Coming from a family where your only worth is what you do, Doctor Mark Goulston was feeling a whole new low when he requested to take his second leave of absence from medical school. Just as life seemed as though it couldn’t get worse, he was called into the dean’s office to be notified that h ...…
 
“While they are still with you, you let them know you love them. You let them know you believe that they can get well. That’s probably the only thing you can help with because we are really pretty powerless.” First, Maureen Cavanaugh, Founder and President of Magnolia New Beginnings and author, is a mother of four. When raising her children, sh ...…
 
Jesse Harless: Focusing on Strengths In this episode, Jeff and Jesse discuss: · Addiction doesn’t always start with drug and alcohol addictions. It can start in childhood with coping mechanisms and pain and trauma in childhood. · What Jesse has learned from journaling and how his style of journaling has changed over the years of recovery. · How ...…
 
Heidi Le: Resource for Transformation In this episode, Jeff and Heidi discuss: Her experience as a family member of an individual struggling with addiction and her own journey as a recovering co-dependent individual. There is no one answer, it may be an environment change, new relationships, a learning of new skills, or something else. Finding ...…
 
Morgana Rae: Abuse is NOT Personal In this episode, Jeff and Morgana discuss: · Morgana’s story of her experience with addiction through childhood and her teenage years. · Morgana’s relationship with her parents and sister and how they have continued to affect her into adulthood. · The need for healthy relationships, even if you have to create ...…
 
Donna Deluca Marston: Donna’s Journey In this episode, Jeff and Donna discuss: · Taking care of yourself, even in the midst of someone else’s struggle with addiction. · How she realized her emotional state and was able to work her way back up to a higher state of emotional wellbeing. · The importance of contracts between yourself and the indivi ...…
 
Lynda Hacker Araoz: Mother’s Journey In this episode, Jeff and Lynda discuss: Lynda’s background with teenagers, as a teacher and counselor, and how addiction has affected her life. Windows of opportunity and ways to work with other inside the system to take advantage of those windows. The importance of preparing yourself for the long haul – it ...…
 
Stewart Michaelson: There’s Always Hope In this episode, Jeff and Stewart discuss: · Stewart’s story and how he got involved in the addiction/recovery community · Ways in which parents/families both help and hinder individuals with addiction · Mental Health as a public policy issue · The importance of environment and of having a safe space with ...…
 
In this episode, Jeff discusses: The three stakeholders in addiction: individual, family, community The trajectory of impact and the addiction disruption The importance of changing the way we think about addiction The structure of the online community is to flip the trajectory of impact to the trajectory of healing Key Takeaways: When families ...…
 
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