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Hello my friends, and welcome back to yet another episode of I Love Being Sober brought to you by Camelback Recovery - a proud partner to the most effective way to achieve long term recovery without the pain and suffering and high cost of multiple stints in detox, rehabs, and sober living homes. My name is Tim Westbrook and I am the CEO and Founder of Camelback Recovery here in the always sunny and always sober Scottsdale, Arizona where my team and I over the course of many years have helped ...
 
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Breaking free from addiction doesn’t always mean going through the 12 steps. Alternative therapies are focusing on treating the person as a whole. That’s what is meant by a holistic approach. Joining us on the show is Dean Taraborelli, the founder of the Sanctuary, an integrative addiction recovery center in Sedona, Arizona. Sanctuary is a resident…
 
Much like alcohol and drugs, money can become an addiction as well. Walter Clarke was once obsessed with earning more to satisfy his never-ending wants, but now leads a better life focused on spiritual money. He joins Tim Westbrook, MS as he looks back on how he chased money all his life, only to become miserable, devastated, and depressed. He refl…
 
Dan Brulé is known as the Bruce Lee of breathwork. He is a modern-day teacher, healer, and a world-renown pioneer in the art and science of breathwork. He has trained a lot of people, from athletes to members of the Special Forces. He teaches them how to use breathing for personal growth, professional development, self-healing, and spiritual awaken…
 
If you had any kind of trauma and it still haunts you, seek help. The only way you can fight trauma is being open about it instead of hiding it. Tim Westbrook brings Marilyn Murray on the show to walk us through the topics of trauma and abuse. If there's anyone who can speak about this topic, it's Marilyn. She is regarded as a pioneer in the treatm…
 
Healing is not a lonely business. It takes a village. With interventions, the family creates a plan to help their loved one struggling with addiction. In this episode, Tim Westbrook, MS invites Nanette Zumwalt to share with us her expertise as one of the top interventionists in the industry, both nationally and internationally. Nanette helps us und…
 
When addressing any form of addiction, most people think of going to rehab or AA meetings. But Deanne Adamson takes it to another level and presents another solution: psychedelic therapy. She joins Tim Westbrook, MS to talk about how this can help a person dealing with addiction get into actual work that directly impacts mindset, perspective, and s…
 
A good nutritional diet and addiction recovery go hand-in-hand. People forget that stress and depression mostly start in the brain, in the mind. So a good and healthy diet will help solve some brain inflammation and other negative things. To learn more about nutritional diets, join your host Tim Westbrook and his guest Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RDN.…
 
Addiction is a problem faced by many people, and sex addiction is a common one. In this episode, we talk about sex addiction and how to heal and recover from it. Tim Westbrook interviews Robert Weiss PhD, LCSW. He is the Chief Clinical Officer of Seeking Integrity, a unified group of online and real-world communities helping people to heal from int…
 
Trauma does not appear out of thin air. It comes from deep-seated issues and experiences that start from our childhood. Likewise, healing from trauma does not happen overnight. In this episode, Tim Westbrook is joined by Shalev Amar, also known as Freedom From Trauma on YouTube. Shalev works as a lawyer in his own Amar Law Group but has dedicated m…
 
Substance use and addiction are not just born out of external and environment factors. There is often a deep-seated cause that we don’t treat—our personality. In this episode, Dr. Ramani Durvasula joins host Tim Westbrook to discuss how narcissism manifests itself and influences substance-related issues. Ramani is a licensed clinical psychologist, …
 
Recovery from addiction takes many paths, and one path is recovery propelled by purpose. You have to be prepared to change and find your purpose in life. In this episode, Tim Westbrook interviews lead generation expert and recovering alcoholic David Hill about his journey towards sobriety. David talks about what pushed him towards alcoholism and th…
 
Mental health has been present since the beginning of time. This is something the human race can't get rid of. People back then were using ancient healing traditions to deal with it. As people and technology progressed, therapies have gotten more effective. You have cold water therapy, red light therapy, and more. These all come from ancient tradit…
 
People who are trying to stay sober don't stay sober. It's not all doom and gloom. Sobriety can also be fun. You've chosen to be sober because you want to be a better and happier person. Look at the bright side of things, learn new hobbies, and connect with healthier people. These are all the things sober lifestyle coach Courtney Andersen does with…
 
There is a lot more to recovery than just going to inpatient treatment, seeing a therapist, and going to 12-step meetings. While these things are important, you also need to find long-term solutions that can help you recover and continue living a happy, joyous, and free life. You need not only cut out bad habits from your life, but you also need to…
 
Have you heard about biohacking? If you haven’t, then this episode is a must for you. Listen in as Tim Westbrook chats with Larry Arnold, his friend and go-to physical coach. As you go through the addiction recovery process, one of the things that you have to be mindful about is your health and wellness. Made up of edgy and emerging techniques like…
 
Following the path towards recovery is not an easy feat. So when one is long on their way at it, we can call for a celebration! New York Times bestselling author of eight books, Anna David is a person in long-term recovery, having recently celebrated her 20th year! In this episode, she takes us behind the work she has to put upon herself to live a …
 
They say all addiction stems from trauma. For Darren Waller, it's the mindset he carried of having to constantly prove himself to those around him, even if it meant going down the wrong path. At 16, he started smoking, drinking, and doing drugs. In this episode, he joins Tim Westbrook to share with us his comeback story, his journey to recovery, an…
 
Studies have shown that serotonin, known as the “happiness chemical,” promotes well-being and boosts our mood. Do you want to feel good and happy? In this episode, Tim Westbrook brings on Scott Donnell, the CEO of Hapbee, a wearable device that is scientifically designed to promote your desired mental state at the touch of a button. Backed by fifte…
 
Without proper rehabilitation for narcissistic people, helping them deal with their psychological difficulties is challenging. On top of the tedious task of understanding narcissism, there's also their higher potential to resort to substance abuse just to address their needs. Going deep into this mental health issue with Tim Westbrook is Dr. Ramani…
 
Neuroplasticity holds great promise in holding the key to addiction recovery. This is especially true with alcoholism, the mechanism of which relies heavily on hardwired patterns in our neural pathways. While it is certainly true that alcoholics are born with the predisposition towards alcohol addiction, it’s not a fact that we are powerless to cha…
 
How do you deal with or reduce stress and be sober? Most of the time, everyone looks for something when stressed, and for Tim Ringgold, he found recovery in music. In this episode, Tim Westbrook interviews Tim—a certified music therapist, author, and host of Reduce Your Stress—about his journey of recovery from his addictions to a sober life throug…
 
Life is not without its obstacles and challenges. How you deal with them is what separates you from the rest. How do you overcome whatever life throws your way? Tim Westbrook is with Whitney Jones—two-time Miss Fitness Olympia, five times Pro Champ, and owner of Pro Physiques—to share with us the champion mindset, learning how to be unstoppable and…
 
"Life Gives to the Giver" is a conversation with Joe Polish, who created one of the most elite business networking groups in the world for industry transformers. His foundation, Genius Recovery, helps people with addiction recovery. His two groups, Genius Network and 100k, are the most sought after connection networks in the world that are tailored…
 
Without a doubt, recovery houses have been helping a lot of addicts go through a successful metamorphosis to become sober once more, allowing them to serve society once more. However, in this time of COVID-19, such communities are put to a serious test. Tim Westbrook analyzes the problem currently faced by recovery houses with Sazha Ramos, Founder …
 
There is way more to recovery than just abstaining from drinking and doing drugs. People can get clean and sober by seeking other things to achieve fulfillment. On today’s show, Tim Westbrook chats with Jason Campbell, the Founder of Zen Wellness, an organization committed to health, healing, and longevity using the skillful means of time-tested Me…
 
We often hear the term "leap of faith." While that may be true for some situations, it’s actually more of a push than a leap in most. For Emily Sadler, it was a push of faith. Emily is the Founder of the staffing service company called ETC. by Emily. Prior to ETC.’s success, she was battling an alcohol addiction, which started when she was a teenag…
 
BJ Fogg reveals the truth about habits and why the traditional approach is all wrong. Learn how to untangle negative habits from your life and replace them one tiny habit and behavior at a time, so that you can build momentum and reach your goals easier than you thought possible. BJ Fogg is a behavior scientist at Stanford, where he directs researc…
 
Aaron Huey discusses what it takes for parents to raise a healthy child and the root cause of a lot of the dysfunction we see in our children’s modern lives. Learn how epigenetic trauma is impacting your child’s life, why freedom and privacy are actually making their problems worse, and why treatment is pointless if the whole family isn’t committed…
 
Dee McGraw is joining Tim to discuss the upcoming West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders and how the event is evolving with the times to help connect addiction specialists and share what’s working in the field right now. Find out how you can register for the symposium and make the most of the conference by learning new treatment strategies and…
 
Whatever you focus on grows, and while recovery begins by focusing on avoiding relapse, you can’t maintain that forever if you want to stay sober for the long term. Find out how Tommy Rosen discovered the path to true recovery and what it means to live a life focused on being a positive loving force in the world and not just avoiding suffering. Tom…
 
In honor of National Recovery Month, Allison Merlo is on the show to share the tragic story of how her brother lost his battle with addiction and what she’s doing to raise awareness and raise funds for a special scholarship in his name. Learn how difficult it can be to support a loved one struggling with addiction and how you can help somebody in n…
 
Dr. Mel Pohl reveals his personal struggle with drugs and alcohol and how even professionals suffer from addiction, as well as the truth about chronic pain. Discover some incredible facts about the opioid crisis, and if you suffer from chronic pain, how your life can be better than you could possibly imagine. There are a lot of myths surrounding th…
 
Joe Capela reveals his personal history with drug and alcohol addiction that led to a $400/day cocaine habit, and how an intervention saved his life. Joe now helps other families intervene in their loved one’s lives and offers them a solution from a place of love and compassion, instead of blame and frustration, that helps them get their lives and …
 
Tim Westbrook and TJ Woodward dive into the power of Conscious Recovery and explore the root causes of addiction. Learn about TJ’s journey in recovery and the powerful spiritual principles he uses to help people change their false beliefs and embrace their infinite potential, instead of viewing themselves as broken people that need to be “fixed”. T…
 
In this powerful interview, Dr. Georgia Fourlas talks about her personal story of addiction and recovery, and why it’s so easy for intelligent people to deceive themselves. Learn about the root causes of addiction, what resources are available to you if you’re struggling with staying sober, and why living in consultation is vital to your long-term …
 
Andre Norman, the incredible and inspiring Ambassador of Hope talks about his journey from violent convict to Harvard fellow, and how he now travels the world empowering people to seek the help they need to build better lives. Andre talks about his struggles with anger and violence, the epiphany that changed the course of his life, and why change i…
 
Walter spent 18 years as a financial educator teaching at many prestigious universities, including UC Berkeley, UCLA, ASU, DePaul, TCU, UNLV, University of San Diego, UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis and Tecnológico de Monterrey. In 2003 he started his own investment firm. In 2013, he paid a $10,000,000 "Dumb Tax" and lost his firm—the consequence of relian…
 
In this episode with Tim Westbrook MS and Dr. Louise Stanger discuss what should you do when a loved one is in active addiction, what should you look for in a behavioral health treatment center (they are not all the same?), and more. Her new book, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions: A Collective Strategy, is the first academic book in …
 
Is it important to understand the human condition for proper placement in treatment/pain recovery/mental health programs? Take the guesswork out of placement by completing a Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation. Learn more in this episode of I Love Being Sober with host Tim Westbrook, MS and Dr. James Flowers, PhD, LPC-S. For more than 29 years, Dr.…
 
What is DNA-based drug testing and why would you use it? Does brain imagery have a role to play in diagnosis and treatment? In this episode of I Love Being Sober, Mark Rohde PhD, Chief Clinical Officer for True Mobile Health and Tim Westbrook MS discuss these topics and more.
 
In this episode of I Love Being Sober, Kristen Kirkpatrick, MS, RDN, Senior Fellow at Meadows Behavioral Health and Tim Westbrook, MS discusses the importance of food and nutrition to the recovery process. Kristin is the lead dietitian and manager of Wellness Nutrition Services at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. A bestse…
 
What is the value and importance of Case Management to long term recovery success? Why is family support and coaching crucial to the Case Management process? How has the COVID 19 pandemic impacted people suffering from addiction and mental illness? Answers to these questions and more during this episode of I Love Being Sober podcast with Rick Baney…
 
Is working in addiction treatment the same as working in recovery? Is working as a treatment professional the same as working a personal program of recovery? The line between addiction treatment and recovery is often blurred, and many individuals in recovery who also work in addiction treatment often confuse the public when speaking with folks seek…
 
Why is intensive treatment effective in treating sex addiction? Why is team treatment more effective than individual treatment? What should you look for in a therapist? How can you best use therapy? Is sober living appropriate for a sex addict and why? Listen to this interview to learn the answers to these questions. Find out more about PCS Intensi…
 
In this episode of I Love Being Sober, Tim Westbrook interviews Antonio Sanders, the creator of the Meeting Makers Club. The Meeting Makers Club is an online platform for people in recovery to hold meetings virtually. Antonio was married with 2 small children. His drinking had been escalating for 20 years. A marriage counselor asked him about his d…
 
What is intervention? Why do an intervention? What are the myths and realities of intervention? What does it take to be an interventionist? In this episode, Tim interviews Carey Davidson as they discuss these questions. Carey Davidson is an Internationally Certified Advanced Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Board Registered Intervention Specialist, Cert…
 
Addiction treatment is a broad field with many approaches. The specific treatment that people receive varies on a case by case basis, but are there any tried and true methods? In this episode, Michael Walsh and Tim Westbrook dive into that discussion. Michael E Walsh MS, MCAP, CIP is a Masters Level Addiction Professional, Interventionist, Coach, a…
 
In this episode, recorded live with on Facebook, Tim talks with Glenn Hadley who is the Director of Foundations Recovery Network events, and talk about how an alumni program can make a dramatic difference in boosting admissions and helping residents or clients for years after they graduate. Check out Foundations here: https://www.foundationsrecover…
 
Dr. Michel Sucher graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1972 and has practiced medicine in AZ since 1974. Initially an emergency physician at what is now Honor Health in Scottsdale and addiction medicine for the past 30+ years. He has served most recently as Chief Medical Officer of Community Bridges, Inc. Currently, he is the…
 
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