Kenneth Anderson

Harm Reduction Radio - HAMS


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This series interviews experts in the addictions field, with a focus on evidence-based, cutting-edge approaches to substance abuse problems such as: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), pharmacotherapy, harm reduction, and many, many more. Your host Kenneth Anderson is the founder and CEO of The HAMS Harm Reduction Network and the author of "How to Change Your Drinking: a Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol."

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Our first guest is Jenifer Talley PhD who teaches courses in substance abuse treatment with a focus on harm reduction at The New School University. Our second guest, who wishes to remain anonymous, will discuss underground... more

Our guests tonight are Estate "Tato" Sokhadze PhD and Christopher Stewart MD, both of the University of Louisville, who will be discussing their research in using biofeedback in addictions treatment. For more information or to find a provider... more

Our guest is Moe Sattar, founder of the Safe Rides Unlimited drunk driving prevention program. Don't want a DUI? Safe ride programs are one of the best DUI prevention strategies out there!

Our guest tonight is Donna J. Cornett, founder of the Drink Link moderate drinking program and author of 7 Weeks to Safe Social Drinking: How to Effectively Moderate Your Alcohol Intake and other books.

Join us as Sarz Maxwell MD of the Chicago Recovery Alliance talks about methadone, buprenorphine, and discrimination against maintenance patients which occurs in communities and even in methadone clinics themselves.

Our first guest is Dr. David J. Hanson who operates the web site Alcohol Problems & Solutions. Dr. Hanson is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at SUNY Potsdam. Our second guest is Dr Sarah Bowen of the Addictive Behaviors... more

Our first guest is Patt Denning Ph D who will be talking about her new book Practicing Harm Reduction Psychotherapy 2nd Edition, which is a must read for all mental health and substance abuse treatment professionals. This second... more

Our guest is Jeffrey Dhywood, author of World War D. The Case against prohibitionism, roadmap to controlled re-legalization.

The number of drug overdose deaths has more than tripled in the US since 1990. More than 100 people die of a drug overdose in the US every day. This increase was not caused by illegal street drugs--the number of deaths from heroin... more

Our first guest is Howard Josepher, creator of the Exponents Arrive program, one of the first harm reduction programs in New York City. Our second guest is Rae Eden Frank, former executive director and my former supervisor at... more
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