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  • 00:45

    Obama compares Christians to ISIS, Brian Williams is an idiot, and Methadone

    in Politics

    Ethan and Jimmy end another week of FSR programming - we talk about Obama comparing the Crusades to ISIS, Brian Williams made an ass out of himself, and methadone clinics




  • 00:33

    Methadone Wellness

    in Self Help

    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.

  • 01:05

    The Methadone Maintenence Controversy

    in Self Help

    Join us for a lively discussion with Ray Chlebicki, the former national sales manager for Roxand Labs, one of the three largest manufacturers of methadone.  Methadone, originally a drug developed by the Germans during the Second World War as a synthetic opiate pain reliever, has been used in this country both as a pain reliever and as a substitution therapy for heroin addiction.  Many have found successful recovery and others vehemently disagree with its use for this purpose.  Ray will offer us some history, some facts and debunk some myths.

  • 00:27

    CUFFED? A Film About Addiction, Recovery and Life With Angelica Hester

    in Movies

    Today it's with great pleasure that I welcome to the show director, editor, producer and creator of Little Birdie Films, Angelica Hester. Angelica is here with us to talk about her latest project, an feature length documentary film called CUFFED? a film that's meant to explore the most important questions about addiction, recovery and life.

    CUFFED? follows the lives of Amir, Daniel, Bart, Tonya, and Gary, all people who have been irreversibly affected by addiction. Their stories are accompanied by expert commentary from highly regarded doctors, therapists, and government officials who have dedicated their lives to the study and treatment of this disease. CUFFED? highlights the arguments of both pro- and anti-Methadone groups in order to investigate the administration, use and misuse of Methadone. In addition to the discussion of current methods of treatment, CUFFED? also brings to light different programs in development to combat addiction without pharmaceutical substitutes. The effectiveness of one-on-one counseling, meditation, 12-step, and yoga are all explored.

    To get involved and support CUFFED? through their Kickstarter campaign, Click Here.

    To check out CUFFED? on Facebook, Click Here and for Twitter, Click Here.


  • 01:31

    The drugging of our Miltary with Stan White

    in Politics

    BIO: Stan White

    Stan White is a retired high school principal. He is the father of Marine Corporal Andrew White, who was a healthy 23-year-old, gung-ho Marine returning from a nine-month tour in Iraq, who, like so many of his brothers in arms, suffered from the seemingly normal stresses of war—insomnia, nightmares and restlessness. The young corporal turned to the military’s mental health system for help. Within a few short months, White became unrecognizable to his family. Eleven months after beginning his first cocktail of mind-altering drugs, he died in his sleep from what the medical examiner ruled an “accidental overdose of medication.” Since taking his first multi-drug cocktail to the date of his death, White had been prescribed no less than nineteen different drugs with many at ever-increasing dosages, including antidepressants, antipsychotics, anti-anxiety, pain killers and antibiotics. The prescribed drugs Methadone, Oxycodone, Paxil and Seroquel were found in his system at the time of death. Stan and his wife, Shirley, blame the “lethal cocktail” of psychiatric drugs for the death of their son. “We don’t think they should be given to troops in the field,” Stan White said. “It’s worth asking whether they should be given to anybody anytime, civilian or military.” The Whites are advocating more alternatives for soldiers and have testified before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.


  • 00:46


    in Women

    3 single saved Christian women!

    Cohost of A Godly Womans View Prophetess Khandice Stephanie Booker, former wife of NFL player, now divorced and single agaiin.  

    GUEST INTERVIEW:  never been married.  Pastor Florrie Gadson is a native of the Garden State of New Jersey. She is the Founder & Pastorof Rhema Word Ministries LLC which began 10 years ago in the City of Paterson. located at 511 East 22nd Street, Paterson, NJ.. CHURCH MUSICIAN FOR OVER 20 YEARS,  PRAISE & WORSHIP LEADER,PROGRAM DIRECTOR of Rhema Project Rescue Literacy Project . A MEMBER of the Paterson Pastor’s Workshop, Inc. in the City of Paterson.A Board MEMBER of the Workforce Investment Bureau of Passaic CountyLICENSED PRE-PLAN COUNSELOR for CMS Mid-Atlantic in the State of New Jersey.  CHRISTIAN RADIO PANELIST for Holy Hills Internet Radio, Columbus, OH•Former PRESIDENT of the North New Jersey Young People Holy Association of United Holy Church of America Inc. North New JerseyFormer PRINCIPAL of the Dawn Treader Christian School, Paterson, New JerseyFormer COUNSELOR AND MUSICIAN of Straight and Narrow Methadone Clinic Paterson, New Jersey

    Jamiela Young divorced and single raising 2 children

  • 01:00

    Unwasted With Sacha Scoblic

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Sacha Z. Scoblic, contributor to The New Republic, The Fix, The Huffington Post, The Guardian, Reader's Digest, and The New York Times, and author of Unwasted: My Lush Sobriety. We will be discussing disease theory, choice theory, methadone and buprenorphine maintenance therapy, 12 step, harm reduction, rehab, addiction and other topics.

  • 00:17

    Pharmacy Podcast Episode 74 Pills, Thrills, and Methadone Spills by Mr. Dispenser

    in Books

    Pills, Thrills and Methadone Spills


    I have a dream. It’s not quite as powerful as Mr King’s but it’s important to me. I want to write a book about life in pharmacy. There is too much doom and gloom surrounding pharmacy and I want it to make people laugh.

    A similar book was published recently. I have not read it but I believe with the help of social media, we could create something special. I need your help.

    I want people to send in anecdotes and jokes about pharmacy. I would love to hear from community pharmacists, pre-regs, technicians, dispensers and counter staff. Also hospital, primary care, prison, academics, pharmacy journalists, students, GPs and even GP receptionists. I will add in some of my blogs too. I have no idea how I will publish it but that will be part of the adventure.

    You can reply to this page, via email mrdispenser@hotmail.co.uk, or Twitter @mrdispenser

    I look forward to hearing from you and will keep you updated!

    Mr. Dispenser 

  • 00:08

    Sexbots for perverts

    in Radio

    The Daily Mail (link below) today published a story that researchers thought sexbots for pedophiles were inevitable. Is this progress that will help protect our children or the abuse of science? I share my thoughts



  • 00:53

    Living With Hope: Guest Dr Ellen Diamond

    in Health

    My guest today is Dr. Ellen Diamond Depression Recovery Centers

    Dr. Diamond coordinates therapy provided by your personal therapist. Dr. Diamond has a graduate degree from St. John’s University. She has been in private counseling practice since 1994. . Before moving to AZ, Dr. Diamond worked as a staff psychologist at both inpatient and outpatient facilities addressing substance abuse and mental health issues.

    Prior to that, she served as Clinical Director of Valle del Sol, overseeing the largest methadone maintenance program in the Southwest, as well as their family and youth counseling services




  • 00:28

    Pills and Needles: Agonizing over Antagonists

    in Psychology


    Maria Sullivan, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center

    Frances R. Levin, MD, Kennedy-Leavy Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center; Director of Addiction Psychiatry Residency, New York State Psychiatric Institute


    Dr. Maria Sullivan and Dr. Frances Levin will provide an overview of the epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of opioid use disorder, with an emphasis on the effectiveness of medication treatments and behavioral therapy.  Before answering questions from listeners, these experts will briefly discuss experimental treatments for opioid use disorder available at present at the Substance Treatment and Research Service (STARS) on the Columbia University Medical Center campus, as well as the challenges of diagnosing and treating opioid use disorder in patients with problems with chronic pain and the risks and benefits of long-acting opioids like buprenorphine and methadone.

    Contact Information

    For more information about research opportunities for adults with opioid use disorder, please visit http://www.stars.columbia.edu/or call the Substance Treatment and Research Service (STARS) at 212-923-3031.  For more information about substance use disorders, please visit the website of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at http://www.drugabuse.gov/. 

    To listen to any of our previous shows on topics such as child and adolescent mental health, OCD, or eating disorders, please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi