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
From school hallways to social media, bullying has become a fact of life for too many teens. Steve Harvey dedicates the entire hour to the topic of bullying, discussing why it is so prevalent, what parents and kids can do to stop it and give tips for kids who are going through it.
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:
Clinical psychologist and adolescent specialist Dr. Jerry Weicham joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about the physiological and psychological needs of children and adolescents. For with Dr. Jerry Weichman, visit DrJerryWeichman.com References Crisis Text Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith All conversation and information exchanged during participation in the Dr. Drew Podcast is
Catch Dr. Drew on Dr. Oz this Monday, February 8! They’ll discuss the Cotton Ball Diet, the Feeding Tube Diet, and the extreme measures some people are taking to lose weight. Visit DoctorOz.com to find out how to watch the show in your area.
Comedian Danny Lobell joins Dr. Drew for this week’s episode and they open up talking about Danny’s philosophy podcast and their mutual of philosophy in general. They then get into which philosopher embodies each one of them the most closely. Danny then tells Drew the story about his getting kicked out of yeshiva and
Dr. Nathan L. Guerette joins Dr. Drew to discuss women’s pelvic issues. They also talk about robotic surgery and the stigma behind vaginal rejuvenation. For with Dr. Guerette, visit Fpmiofva.com. Follow the show on @DrDrewPodcast And for the music on today’s podcast, go to http://drdrew.com/music Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith All conversation and
Dr. Drew welcomes Farrah Abraham this week, whom he has known for several years via his work on the various seasons of Teen Mom. Drew opens the show going back to the beginning talking to Farrah about how her life was going before the limelight and how her existence in media may have shaped the
Dr. Holly Thacker joins the show to discuss women’s health, specifically with regards to women going through menopause. Then Drew takes calls about Steven Avery and Making a Murderer. He talks to the last person dismissed during the jury selection process and another woman who applied for the same Auto Trader position as Teresa Halbach.