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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 guest this evening is Jenna Hollenstein, author of Drinking To Distraction. You don't need to hit bottom to decide to quit drinking.

Our guest this evening is Adam Sledd who writes for The Fix as well as having his own blog. We will be talking about the compatibility of drug legalization and recovery.

Our guest today is Bernadette Pauly, Ph. D. of the school of nursing at the University of Victoria, BC, who will be talking about Homelessness, Harm Reduction, and Social Justice.

Our guest this evening is Peter Myers, Ph D, author of Becoming An Addictions Counselor: A Comprehensive Text.

Our guest this evening is Michael Pond, author of The Couch of Willingness: An Alcoholic Therapist Battles the Bottle and a Broken Recovery System who will be discussing his own personal experiences within the substance abuse treatment... more

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... more

Our guest this evening is BJ Fogg, Ph D of Stanford University who will be talking about the tiny changes model of behavioral change.

Our guest this evening is Wendy McEntyre who is fighting to establish laws to regulate and license sober living houses. Wendy's son Jarrod died of a heroin overdose in a sober living house.

Researchers have long known that nicotine has a beneficial effect on reducing the symptoms of schizophrenia. Over 90% of schizophrenics smoke. Our guest Helen Redmond discusses the benefits of e-cigarettes as a safe nicotine delivery... more

Our guest this evening is Jeffrey Junig MD who will be talking about suboxone.
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