Clinical social worker, interventionist and original founder of the theFix.com, Joe Schrank teams up with columnist and best selling author of the memoir, “My Fair Junkie” Amy Dresner to bring you a unique and irreverent view on the world of addiction, recovery and rehab.
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Joe and Amy welcome back Sean Paul Mahoney, writer, recovery advocate and program manager for the Mental Health and Addiction Association of Oregon to talk about people addicted to fentanyl, why methadone is a better alternative than Suboxone for fen... more
Joe and Amy chat with Lt. Jeff Gauthier of the Milwaukee Fire Department, sober for 28 years. He talks to us about the mental health crisis and substance abuse among firefighters as well as his work in the Peer Support Team, breaking the stigma and ... more
Joe and Amy talk with Kevin F., who got clean from heroin 11 years ago by taking ibogaine. After a few years in traditional 12 step groups, feeling alienated by his ibogaine experience and continued interest in psychedelics, he formed “Psychedelics i... more
Thank you for bringing us informed sobriety.. I look forward to listening to you both and the guests are always excellent. I’m 12step but objective and agree with so much of what you say. It’s what got me sober but it’s definitely not the only way...Have you ever had Brene’ Brown for the alcoholic of the day? She’s alive..a woman.. and more of a academic than a celebrity..not sure how she’s received. I think she has like 25+ years. Love you guys keep up the fight and thanks for looking out for ... more
Have been listening since the beginning and always enjoy the guest speakers. Very informative and honest about current issues surrounding addiction/recovery community. As someone that's dealt with alcoholism firsthand, I really appreciate the various perspectives/points brought up aside from the usual AA talking points which I also have found beneficial to my recovery. Definitely recommend!
I love this (not self absorbed at all) podcast so much! I look forward to Tuesdays every week because I enjoy the way Amy and Joe are so open and honest about the subject matter of addiction, recovery, and the politics affecting those things. I have learned so much from this podcast and it helps me keep going in my own recovery. I enjoy the variety of highly qualified and/or influential special guests and am entertained by the way Amy and Joe kind of balance each other out. I love that they of... more
Joe and Amy make me laugh. The subject matter can be difficult but it’s important to have a sense of humor in recovery.
If you want to learn something or actually work on your recovery, this self-absorbed podcast will not be very helpful.
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Rehab Confidential launched 2 years ago and published 88 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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