Professor and Author Dr. James Fallon joins Dr. Drew this week for a podcast focusing on Dr. Fallon’s ares of expertiese which include Psychiatry, Human Behavior, Anatomy and Neurobiology. Find his bo, The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist’s Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain on by clicking here, and support the podcast.
Mackenzie Phillips s her inspirational stories of sobriety as well as her constant struggles over the years after Celebrity Rehab. She also brings a surprising announcement about her new career opportunities in serving the needs of addicted clients. Dr. Drew and Bob answer callers' es.
Addiction specialist Cali Estes joins Dr. Drew to talk about her work with high profile people in managing and overcoming their addictions. Dr. Estes tell’s Drew about the personal one on one style of treatment she employs as well as opening up about her own past with food addiction. They also talk about addiction in
How do you discuss your drug history with your kids? Love’s Mike Catherwood and Undateable’s Bianca Kajlich (AKA Mrs. Mike Catherwood) discuss their personal life behind-the-scenes and give their insight into the risks of addiction in children – all on this week's This Life Podcast!
Kevin Kerslake joins Drew to talk about his documentary As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM AM documentary. Drew opens the show talking about DJ AM’s contributions to helping youth fight drug and alcohol addiction with friend and drummer Travis Barker. Then they talk abut DJ AM finding fame after his recovery,
Idiotsitter‘s Jillian Bell and Charlotte Newhouse join Dr. Drew to tell the story of how they met and their start in the Groundlings. The girls then compare their respective upbringings before Charlotte closes the show with a hilarious story about accidentally farting in a guy’s face. Watch Idiotsitter Thursdays at 10:30/9:30c on Comedy Central Producers:
Jason Wahler is this week’s guest on This Life Podcast! Listeners will see why Jason continues to inspire Dr. Drew and Bob on This Life. He discusses his experience on Celebrity Rehab, his evolution to becoming an important member of the treatment community, and successfully mentoring recovery patients in his sober living residence Widespread Recovery. LISTEN NOW
Noah Levine talks to Dr. Drew about his history with drugs, alcohol and trouble with the law at a very young age. The pair then explore Noah’s treatment centers, Refuge Recovery, and the similarities and differences between that and the usual 12-step recovery program. References Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction
Rabbi Mark Borovitz talks to Dr. Drew about the proliferation and damaging effects of opioid prescriptions. They ve into Rabbi Mark’s personal story and recovery, and dissect the various methods of addiction treatment. References Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness The Holy Thief: A Con Man’s Journey from Darkness
Samantha Schacher joins Dr. Drew for an open and frank conversation about the challenges that have faced Sam throughout her career while examining how other women are facing similar challenges in their own careers. They also take listener phone calls including a man who is trying to stay present and connected in his relationship. Producers: