• #133: Anahita Sedaghatfar

    Guest Anahita Sedaghatfar joins Dt. Drew in the studio to talk about the difficulty of balancing a successful career while trying to find a man who can keep up with her busy schedule. Then the two dive into the Donald Sterling controversy as well as Drew's political views and his being a libertarian. Before they wrap, Anahita shares some stories about some of her disturbing cases.

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  • #132: Steven Hassan

    Steven Hassan calls in to the show this week to talk with Drew about deprogramming people who have been brainwashed by cults. Steve starts off the show informing listeners about the ins and outs of cults and the types of people they prey upon speaking from his own personal experiences and his experience counseling others. Then we hear first hand from Lara about what it's like to be preyed upon and manipulated into a cult and the very difficult road to eventually get out.

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  • #131: Mark Groubert

    Author Mark Groubert joins Dr. Drew to talk about his book Rehab Nation as well as a general conversation on the history of alcohol and addiction. Drew and Mark examine the evolution of addiction and how the culture of recovery has evolved over the years and the subset of celebrity recovery centers that have sprung up. They also take listener phone calls on addiction and recovery.

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  • #130: Dr. Wendy O’Connor

    Dr. Wendy O'Connor joins Dr. Drew today to talk about her work with attachment therapy and the trends she has started to see emerging in both kids and parents today. She and Drew examine how things have shifted since smartphones and tablets have come to prominence and they try to figure out if our reliance on technology represents a fundamental change in our ability to attach to one another.

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  • #129: Dr. Kerry Ressler

    Dr. Kerry Ressler from Emory University joins Dr. Drew to talk about his research on human fear. Later Drew takes listener phone calls on Adderall usage by an addict, ways to cope with severe social anxiety, and what a mother can do about her teenage daughter cutting herself.

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  • #128: Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Shirley Impellizzeri

    Dr. Peter Levine and Dr. Shirley Impellizzeri join Dr. Drew this week to share their expertise in the field of human trauma and trauma therapy. Drew has Dr. Levine explain the career he has built investigating trauma and they relate his work to examining some of his past patients as well as the tragedy in Isla Vista.

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  • #127: Bert Kreischer

    Comedian Bert Kreischer joins Dr. Drew this week to talk about his new book, his TV show 'Trip Flip' on Travel Channel. and his anxiety over flying. They also discuss Bert's legendary trip to Russia in college and they take listener phone calls from someone trying to save their marriage and someone looking for advice on how to date within the AA program.

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  • #126: Robert Nathan and Lukas Kendall

    Filmmakers Robert Nathan and Lukas Kendall join Dr. Drew today to discuss the process of making their film 'Lucky Bastard' and releasing it on their terms- resulting in a rating that may hurt its commercial appeal.

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  • #125: Claire Titelman and G.J. Echternkamp

    Claire Titelman returns with friend G.J. Echternkamp to talk to about G.J.'s film, Frank and Cindy - a short film about G.J.'s parents that morphed into a full fledged documentary and is now being translated into a feature film staring Renee Russo and Oliver Platt.

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  • #124: Dennis Prager

    Dennis Prager joins Dr. Drew today to give a preview of their upcoming live show in Burbank. They talk about arousal and the unexpected threat response that many heterosexual males experience in viewing certain images. They also discuss the lack of motivation that is crippling the younger generation and society should be doing to correct that trend.

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