Are you trying to save an addicted loved one? Afraid to let him or her hit rock bottom? Watch this interview and find out from recovered addict, Author and Certified Recover Coach, Cindy Charles Oullette what works and what doesn't, the "hope of desperation" and how "sitting on your hands" and letting go and letting God can save the life of an addict. To get a free subscription of Addiction 911 Magazine, visit www.addiction911magazine.com
Christina Rowe, Publisher of Addiction 911 Magazine, interviews Nathan Driskell about the dangers of Internet Addiction. Nathan Driskell is a therapist in the Houston / Cypress area specializing in the treatment of Autism / Asperger's and Internet Addiction. Nathan treats Autism by working with the family to join into their child's world, thereby building trust and teaching appropriate coping skills. Nathan, a recovering Internet Addict, works with families to treat Internet Addiction, Gaming Addiction, and Social Media addiction. To get a free subscription to Addiction 911 Magazine, go to www.addiction911magazine.com
Did you grow up in a household with an addict? Maybe a parent, grandparent, sibling or other family member who was addicted to alcohol or drugs? In this episode of the Addiction 911 Show, Christina Rowe, publisher of Addiction 911 Magazine and Debbie Sherrick, Codependency Coach and Editor of Addiction 911 Magazine discuss how growing up with an addict affects your life and choices and how to free yourself from codependency in your adult life. Get a free copy of Addiction 911 Magazine at www.addiction911magazine.com
Ever parent must listen to this interview with Tim Ryan a former Heroin Addict whose own son tragically died of an overdose. Tim explains the signs of heroin addiction and what parents need to look for. He had devoted his life now to saving others in the gripes of heroin addiction through his non-profit Foundation, A Man in Recovery. Please contact Tim if you need help through his website at www.amirf.org or email him at email@example.com
Christina Rowe, Publisher of Addiction 911 Magazine and Codependency Coach and Editor of Addiction 911 Magazine, Debbie Sherrick discuss how to empower and not enable the addict in your life. Get a free issue of Addiction 911 Magazine at www.addiction911magazine.com
Addiction 911 Magazine Editor and The Empower Hour Show host, Debbie Sherrick discusses how to apply the principles in the Serenity Pray in our own lives. We will discuss serenity, willingness, acceptance, trying to change and control others, and having the courage to make the changes in our own lives to move forward. My guest Laura Buchbinder from Yoga Bliss will be sharing her journey with us about letting go and gaining courage in her own life. We will share with you and break it all down how the Serenity Prayer is so vitally important to those suffering from codependent behaviors and just how powerful it is when applied. If you are having trouble with peace and letting go in a situation, having acceptance, and knowing what you can and cannot change, this show will be for you!
Addiction 911 Magazine editor and co-dependency coach, Debbie Sherrick interviews Sandy Swanson, author of The Joey Song: A Mother’s Story of Her Son’s Addiction for the Empower Hour Show. Sandy shares her story of her own son's addiction and offers advice on how you can help your addicted child.
The holidays are such an emotional time for the families of addicts and the temptation is so great to give in and enable your addict so that you and your family can have a “normal” holiday. Unfortunately, giving in to your addict during the holiday can have serious and sometimes deadly consequences, with more overdoses/suicides occurring around the holidays--and at home. In this compelling interview with Robin Guterman, LCSW from F.A.R. of Boca, we explore tips and strategies for surviving the holidays without giving in to your addict’s demands, feelings of sadness, depression and helplessness that occur this time of year when dealing with an addictive loved one and how your addict's behavior affects all members of the family during the holidays.
Robin Guterman is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in family therapy and addiction recovery.Robin, originally from NY, has worked in the addiction field for over 20 years.. She has been a therapist and clinical director in some of the most successful treatment centers in the country. She has implemented family programs into treatment centers and believes that the entire family system needs to change for successful recovery to occur.. Presently working in private practice, Robin's passion is in helping the families dealing with the impact of addiction on their lives. To contact Robin Guterman, please call : 561 235 2292 or visit her website at:
Can restoring your child's brain chemistry resolve their addiction? Could this be the answer you are looking for? In this interview with Dr. Charles Tracy Sands from Transformations Treatment Center in Delray Beach, Florida, we discuss an exciting new approach to addiction treatment. Dr. Sands explains how imbalances in brain chemistry cause addicts to self-medicate and by utilizing a holistic approach of nutrition and supplements, serotonin and dopamine levels can be naturally restored and end your child's addiction. Dr. Sands website is at http://www.masterholisticformulations.com/ and he can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org/
Listen as we interview Debbie Sherrick, a certified Holistic Health Counselor and Codependency Life Coach teaching people how to unite mind, body and spirit for a successful healthy life style. Debbie was brought up in an abusive, alcoholic home in a little Indiana farm town. The oldest of four children, she learned to rescue, care take, enable, deny self, direct, and become a young adult at a very early age. Debbie has been teaching holistic wellness to those in recovery for 22 years. She has lead codependency groups at Trinity Church International and “Home safe” in Lake Worth Florida, and many local seminars.
Debbie explains how co-dependency is often rooted in childhood and how co-dependency can hurt the addict in your lives, despite your best intentions. She shares strategies to help you with your co-dependency issues and provides resources for mother's of addicts who may be feeling guilty, overwhelmed and unable to let go and stop enabling their children.