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Challenging Pathos discusses functional as well as dysfunctional drug use and addiction. Listen to activists, professionals, psychonaughts, and users who live with legal and illegal drugs in their daily lives. Challenging Pathos is focused on changing hearts and minds in drug policy, harm reduction, substance use treatment, and drug user rights. We understand that statistics alone rarely change beliefs, and that stories are needed to influence systemic change. We investigate how our guests c ...
 
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Zach Rhoads joins the Challenging Pathos podcast to discuss all things "out of the box", when it comes to treating addiction. Why do we do the things we do? Why don't we follow the evidence? and What's the cost? Zach and Stanton Peele co authored the book "Outgrowing Addiction, With Common Sense Instead of Disease Therapy" which disputes the diseas…
 
Garth Mullins, host of the astounding "Crackdown" podcast shares his perspective on drug user issues from his home in downtown Vancouver's Eastside. We discuss the recent drug policy changes with Mississippi's medical cannabis bill and decriminalization in Oregon. Garth shares his experience with how illegal syringe exchange helped keep him safe in…
 
On this episode we discuss different types of advocacy and intra agency growth. Greg Huckins is a peer-support specialist working for a recovery community organization as a member of the SBIRT team in the local hospital emergency department. His role is to help guide individuals through the beginning stages of recovery. JoAnna Vance is a person in …
 
Chase Holleman, LMSW, is a person in recovery from substance use disorder who advocates for medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and works as Program Director for the syringe services program at UNC Greensboro in North Carolina. Chase is well known for his recent TedTalk, where he describes his experience in the war on drugs. https://youtu.be/UYtucO…
 
Alex Elswick, PhD joins the show to discuss stigma, shame, and using recreational substances in recovery from substance use disorder. Alex holds a Master’s Degree in Family Science from the University of Kentucky and is a person in long term recovery. He is a cofounder of Voices of Hope. https://www.voicesofhopelex.org/ www.challengesinc.org…
 
Casey Dillon is an experienced digital communicator, specializing in leveraging real-time trends and long-term strategy to develop successful advocacy and communications campaigns. She also serves as the Program Director for Advocates for Opioid Recovery, where she manages communications, media relations and grassroots advocacy efforts to break dow…
 
Mike Todd joins TAP today to discuss the latest advocacy efforts happening in South Carolina. Mike has worked hard to bring legitimacy to recovery housing and is an active voice for the Recovery Advocacy Project in SC. You can follow Mike at www.freedomrecoverycenterofgreenville.org and www.recoveryvoices.com. This episode also celebrates 200 overd…
 
MAT advocate and harm reductionist, Riley Koyote from Athens G.A. joins The Addictive Podcast to discuss the latest progress surrounding these topics in Georgia. Riley also runs https://athensqueercollective.org/ and works at https://www.accesspointga.org, providing syringe access to Athens. Vist www.apphemp.com for hemp and CBD products you can tr…
 
Founder of End It For Good, Christina Dent joins us to discuss the challenge of implementing harm reduction strategies in conservative places. She is well known for her TedX Talk in Jackson, Mississippi and other appearances in the drug policy reform movement. Learn more about her work at www.enditforgood.com. Support this podcast and harm reductio…
 
Executive Director of RecoveryATX, Jenna Sheldon joins the podcast to discuss the importance of recovery oriented language and how stigma exists even within our own recovery communities. Visit www.recoveryatx.org to learn more about Jenna's work. Visit www.challengesinc.org to see what's happening with harm reduction in South Carolina.…
 
Former White House staffer and national recovery advocate, Ryan Hampton talks about federal and state funding for recovery support services, the need for syringe services, and the future of decriminalization. Join Ryan in the fight and learn how you can make a difference at www.mobilizerecovery.org. Visit www.challengesinc.org to support SC syringe…
 
Mike Malone is the Program Manager at FAVOR Greenville, a recovery community organization in Upstate, S.C. We discuss common challenges in the addiction recovery space including HIPAA, peer-support boundaries, and stigma/shame inducing habits of the treatment industry. Learn more about Mike's work at www.favorgreenville.org. Learn about syringe ser…
 
David Johnson is a criminal justice organizer with Grassroots Leadership in Austin, TX. We discuss racial inequality during the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd and the global Covid19 pandemic. Email David at djohnson@grassrootsleadership.org and visit http://grassrootsleadership.org/. Thanks to Jenna Neasbitt @RecoveryATX. Thanks to our sp…
 
Steven Slate is co author of "The Freedom Model for Addictions: Escape the Treatment and Recovery Trap" and researcher at the Baldwin Research Institute (BRI). We discuss The Freedom Model concept for treating addiction which opposes philosophies like twelve-step meetings and the disease model. The show sponsor is www.apphemp.com. Use promo code TA…
 
Marc Burrows and Michael Crouch interview Kirsten Lester from Athens, GA on her experience with being incarcerated due to drug possession charges. We discuss issues with post incarceration employment, housing, and social life, as well as recovery from addiction. Todays sponsor is www.apphemp.com. More info on syringe services in SC at www.challenge…
 
Marc Burrows and Michael Crouch interview Matt Tice and Bill Kinkle from Pathways to Housing PA in Philadelphia to hear about their progressive "housing first" program that practices harm reduction instead of abstinence. Visit www.pathwaystohousingpa.org to learn more. This episode is sponsored by Appalachian Standard Hemp. Visit www.apphemp.com fo…
 
Marc Burrows and Michael Crouch discuss pros and cons of different views on drug use and addiction treatment after sitting down with Tim Harrington of Wide Wonder, as he passes through Greenville, S.C. on the "Throwing Stigma Under the Bus" tour. Sponsor: www.apphemp.com Promo Code: TAP20 www.widewonder.life www.challengesinc.org…
 
Marc Burrows and Michael Crouch dissect an article on Filtermag.org written by accomplished author, Maia Szalavitz on solving the addiction crisis. Music by Blake Robertson https://filtermag.org/transforming-addiction-treatment-my-10-steps-to-deep-systemic-change/ www.challengesinc.org저자 The Challenges Inc Podcast
 
The Addictive Podcast is back with new hosts, Marc Burrows and Michael Crouch. This is an introduction to what will be discussed over the next season including medication assisted treatment, incarceration, legalization, harm reduction, naloxone, addiction treatment, legislation and more.저자 The Challenges Inc Podcast
 
Marc Burrows is an advocate for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) in South Carolina. He is in long term recovery from substance use and tells his story of how buprenorphine added to his success. Today, he works as a peer support specialist, helping others in their journey through MAT. He promotes evidence-based practices and supports legalization…
 
Glen and Seth review some popular nutritional supplements being used in psychotherapy to improve outcomes, optimize self-care, and provide additional options for mood management. It's nutritional uppers, downers, and all arounders, on today's Addictive Podcast. Resources https://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/stress-support-30-veggie-caps/vs-2176 https://…
 
Families for Sensible Drug Policy (FSDP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization representing an international coalition of families, professionals, organizations and public health advocates dedicated to implementing innovative public health initiatives with the goal of empowering families to increase access to effective substance use disorder treat…
 
Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioral health services. Dr. Miller conducts workshops and training in the United States and abroad, helping hundreds of agencies and organizations, b…
 
Cheryl Sharp holds the unique perspective of a person who has recovered from significant mental health challenges, a trauma survivor, a family member of a loved one who died as a result of mental illness, and a provider of substance abuse and mental health services. Sharp has worked with adult trauma survivors for over 28 years and trains and speak…
 
Matt Edwards grew up in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, where the winters are long, they call the mosquito the state bird, and his hometown was so small that it didn't have a single store. His first high came from pills prescribed by a doctor for a botched toe surgery. For ten years he sweat out shift after shift in restaurant kitchens, working twice …
 
Stanton Peele, Ph.D., J.D., is a seminal figure in the addiction field. All Treatment awarded him the Best Academic Addiction Blog for 2012. Dr. Peele has developed the on-line Life Process Addiction Program . His most recent book (with Ilse Thompson) is Recover! Stop Thinking Like an Addict and Reclaim Your Life with The Life Process Program. Sinc…
 
"We are treating the symptom and not the disease, and the disease is prohibition." -- Patrick Heintz regarding the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 (CARA) With experience in both corrections and substance abuse counseling, Patrick Heintz has worked with incarcerated populations for over 20 years. Beginning as a child care worker in …
 
On July 7, 2016, one or more individuals, including a suspect identified as Micah Xavier Johnson, shot twelve police officers and two civilians in Dallas, Texas, killing five of the officers. The shooting occurred at the end of a protest against police killings in the aftermath of the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Johnson …
 
HAMS is a peer-led and free-of-charge support and informational group for anyone who wants to change their drinking habits for the better. The acronym HAMS stands for Harm reduction, Abstinence, and Moderation Support. HAMS Harm Reduction strategies are defined in the 17 elements of HAMS. HAMS offers support via an online forum, a chat room, an ema…
 
The emergence of new psychoactive substances (NPS) – often called “synthetic drugs,” “legal highs,” or “research chemicals” – pose a number of challenges for policymakers, media covering these issues, medical and social service providers, and people who use these substances. Unfortunately, current media and policy responses to NPS – a broad categor…
 
Sheila Vakharia earned her doctorate at Florida International University’s School of Social Work. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Binghamton University and a Post-Master’s Certificate in the Addictions from New York University. She was most recently employed as a social worker at a grassroots HIV/AIDS and homelessness advocacy organiz…
 
Frances first got involved with SSDP in 2011, when she co-founded the Northwestern University chapter as a freshman. Although she had known that the War on Drugs was irrational and ineffective before attending college, it wasn’t until she attended her first Midwest Regional Conference at Roosevelt University that she learned that drug policies were…
 
Adam Lowery is a mental health counselor, trainer, speaker, podcaster, activist and coach whose passion is helping others change and optimize their lives. Through an abusive childhood, he focused on his dream to play college football. But at age twenty-two, injury ended his NFL dreams. Disheartened and angry, he chose a life of addiction and crime.…
 
America continues to try and address the massive overdose epidemic occurring nationally by waging war against her own citizens, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) attempts to provide helpful guidelines through labeling and education, and it's a thrilling time to be a drug treatment provider with maintenance therapies, replacement …
 
Psychedelic therapy refers to the use of psychedelic (“mind manifesting”) drugs in therapeutic practice. Substances of interest like 3 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) are demonstrating the ability to enhance and augment the therapeutic relationship, a primary factor in emotional reprocessing and healing, allowing for a considerable amount of…
 
A common classification often used with medicinal and recreational drugs is “synthetic” versus “natural.” Despite the apparent face validity of “natural” drugs being less harmful, they are no less dangerous, and in some cases are more so, than their synthetic cousins. The individual using the substance, their set, setting, neurochemistry, along wit…
 
The libertarian philosophy upholds “liberty” as its principal objective. Libertarians seek to maximize autonomy and personal freedoms based on a foundation of an individual choosing what is best for itself. They are skeptical of authority and governmental intrusion into the rights of individuals. Libertarians argue that the invasiveness of the stat…
 
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) is an international grassroots network of college students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. At last count, SSDP had over 4000 members on 300 campuses across 13 different countries. Glen sit…
 
Alcohol (ethanol) as a drug of intentional use has existed in cultures across the world dating back to as early as 10,000 BC where Stone Age jugs were used to intentionally ferment fruit for the purpose of human consumption. Its psychoactive properties were taken advantage of in medicine as shown in the Hebrew Bible which recommends giving alcoholi…
 
Seth Fitzgerald from The Drug Classroom and addiction therapist Glen Marshall explore synthetic cannabinoids which were made popular in the media by their commercial name Spice, K2, along with many others. This class of substance appears to have a moderate potential for abuse as well as a high potential for undesirable and dangerous effects due to …
 
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