• 01:01

    Pilots, the FAA, AA extortion, the HIMS Program and fighting back!

    in Self Help

    Join Monica Richardson for a 1 hour show with a pilot who is fighting back. Did the FAA require you to attend AA meetings. Were you sent to an AA psychiatrist and charged $1,500 + to see him and talk about AA? If you or a pilot you know has suffered loss of income, depression, made to be alcohol tested, forced into abstinance, you will want to hear this show. Join Brent Weyhrauch, a pilot, who is helping other pilots fight back being forced to attend a " highly religious " lay persons self help group that has not been updated since the 1930's.  weyhrauchlaw.com


     


     

  • 01:00

    AA is a religion...sure sounds like it Part 3 How you can fight back if coerced.

    in Self Help

     Part 3 of our discussion on the great debate. It turns out that religious and spiritual are the same thing in many dictionaries all the way back in time to even 1935. 


    Join host, Monica Richardson,  for a 1 hour epiosde as we wrap up this word that makes a probation officer feel okay to tell a person who got a DUI ticket to attend a "highly religious" lay person peer support, unregulated, unsafe group, where there also might be sex offenders and violent offenders waiting there to share thier spiriutality with you. Oh happy day! Doctors, Attorneys, Pilots and anyone with a license , it turns out is being bullied to go to AA. How and why did this get so deep and how can you fight back. 

  • 01:30

    Repentance is the Key: Don't Associate with "Those People..."

    in Religion

    2 Timothy 2:25 In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth;


     


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  • 01:01

    Is AA Embedded with The Medical Profession? How did this Happen?

    in Self Help

    Join Monica Richardson as she interviews Doctor Michael Langan, who knows first hand what is going on in his field. This will make your head spin! AA is embedded with our research, our medicine and forcing Doctors to join their 1935 religious cult for behavior issues around alochol.  WOW in 2014. Even I'm shocked by this one.

  • 00:46

    A Day Without Pain, Author Dr. Mel Pohl

    in Health

    Recovering from an injury on the slopes, or any other physical trauma, can result in chronic pain.
    Pain is one of the most important and urgent issues facing the world today. Millions are afflicted. It is the most frequent reason Americans seek medical attention annually. More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from chronic pain. In fact, pain is a worldwide pandemic with no end in sight.
    A Day without Pain reviews the physical and psychological problems associated with pain, as well as ways to assess it. It also examines methods to treat pain in a comprehensive holistic manner so that health and function.  Mel Pohl, MD, has written several books on the topic of pain: not just its physical causes and treatments but also about the factors that affect the ways we experience pain, ranging from cultural traditions to gender.
    Mel Pohl, MD, FASAM is a Board Certified Family Practitioner. He is Vice President of Medical Affairs and the Medical Director of Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC).Dr. Pohl was a major force in developing LVRC's Chronic Pain Recovery Program. He is certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM), and a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).Join us today to learn more about how to overcome your challenges and a holistic ap

  • 01:01

    Living With HOPE: Dr. Jerry Rand. M.D.

    in Health

    Our guest today is Dr. Jerry Rand, M.D. APMC, ASAM, CASAM, APS, MROCC, is the Medical Director of Bay Recovery. With over 30 years of experience behind him, he brings a unique and specialized perspective to the realm of chronic pain and prescription drug dependency that often occur simultaneously. At Bay Recovery, we have brought together a number of specialists from various fields to help formulate a unique and fully integrated approach to pain and chemical dependency recovery. Addressing and resolving the co-existing conditions such as depression, mood disorders, and social or environmental disorders are integral elements of individualizing a treatment plan that affords an individual the best chances for a complete and lasting recovery. Our primary purpose at Bay Recovery is to help you and your family, or significant other, to realize and embrace the productive and whole human being you were created to be.

  • 01:00

    Living with RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Guest: Dr. Jerry Rand

    in Health

    Our guest today is Dr. Jerry Rand, M.D. APMC, ASAM, CASAM, APS, MROCC, is the Medical Director of Bay Recovery. With over 30 years of experience behind him, he brings a unique and specialized perspective to the realm of chronic pain and prescription drug dependency that often occur simultaneously.

    At Bay Recovery, we have brought together a number of specialists from various fields to help formulate a unique and fully integrated approach to pain and chemical dependency recovery.

    Addressing and resolving the co-existing conditions such as depression, mood disorders, and social or environmental disorders are integral elements of individualizing a treatment plan that affords an individual the best chances for a complete and lasting recovery. Our primary purpose at Bay Recovery is to help you and your family, or significant other, to realize and embrace the productive and whole human being you were created to be.

  • 02:00

    Traumatic Brain Injury, Addictions -- MAx Fabry Offers HOPE!

    in Health

    MAx (Mary Ann) Fabry, BA, CADCII, is a graduate of the University of Oregon, and is certified by the State of Oregon as an advanced Addiction Counselor.

    She melds 10 years of Qualitative Research with Counseling Skills, and an Abundance of Life Experiences, to offer a unique selection of personal growth services.

    MAx has a private practice in Eugene, Oregon, where she offers individual addiction counseling insuring total confidentiality for her clients. Her approach for treating addiction is individual depending on what the core issues of the client are, and the result of an ASAM assessment to help identify the degree of addiction.

    MAx's approach is Holistic, believing
    that the Mind, Body, and Spirit need to align in order for healing to begin. Methods used include Cognitive Behavioral Modification to recognize and correct thinking and behavioral errors, and rational behavioral emotive therapy focused on managing day-to-day stress.

    MAx also believes that integrated services are needed to form a 'team' concept to support the client; therefore, she engages Primary Care Physicians, Pharmacists, Psychiatrists, etc, to coordinate client planning and services.

    Her client base includes executives and professionals such as Doctors, Attorneys, Judges, CEOs, Actors, and Political Figures, with addiction problems that cannot afford to have their identity breached.

    Utilizing the knowledge she gained while working on a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) research project for the State of Oregon, and combining her knowledge of addiction, MAx offers hope for survivors of TBI who also suffer from any form of addiction.

    MAx is also sought after for her work as a Transition Coach helping people, in various stages of life's transitions
    (retirement, recovery, divorce, empty nesters, ca

  • 01:00

    Wonderful Women and the Internet

    in Business

    MAx Fahry BA, CADCII

    MAx has a private practice in Eugene, Oregon, where she offers individual addiction counseling insuring total confidentiality for her clients. Her approach for treating addiction is individual depending on what the core issues of the client are, and the result of an ASAM assessment to help identify the degree of addiction. MAx's approach is holistic, believing that the mind, body, and spirit need to align in order for healing to begin. Methods used include cognitive behavioral modification to recognize and correct thinking and behavioral errors, and rational behavioral emotive therapy focused on managing day-to-day stress. MAx also believes that integrated services are needed to form a 'team' concept to support the client; therefore, she engages primary care physicians, pharmacists, psychiatrists, etc, to coordinate client planning and services.

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