The Addictionary Podcast
#199 Why Do We Like Ourselves Better High? with Dr. Michael Sapiro

#199 Why Do We Like Ourselves Better High? with Dr. Michael Sapiro

November 27, 2020

MissMaeg is joined by past guest Dr. Michael Sapiro for another self-help episode to discuss the question "Why we like ourselves better when high?". Maegan and Dr. Mike recommend resources and tips on how to build self-compassion and acceptance, integration of the self and what that looks like, DBT's concept of radical acceptance, resiliency in recovery (including being flexible with the glitches of technology that take place in this episode) and much more! 

Dr. Michael Sapiro is a clinical psychologist, Dharma and meditation teacher, former Buddhist monk, and founding teacher of Maitri Sangha Boise and director of Maitri House Yoga, LLC in Boise, Idaho. He is also on faculty at Esalen Institute and a Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Visit Dr. Mike's website at https://www.michaelsapiro.com

#meditation #dbt #dialecticalbehavioraltherapy #selfcompassion #selflove #selfacceptance #yoga #mindfulness #addiction #druagddiction #recovery #sobriety #sober #plantmedicine ##microdose #ketamine #depression #trauma #medicalmarijuana #cannabis #entheogen #hallucinogens #psychedelics #stangrof #psychology #therapy #counseling #carljung 

 

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#198 Brain Mapping, Ketamine, and Healing Your Brain After Addiction: Part II of episode #197!

#198 Brain Mapping, Ketamine, and Healing Your Brain After Addiction: Part II of episode #197!

November 21, 2020

Part II of episode #197! MissMaeg chats with Lisa Cicetti and Jared Neubrander from Brains and Beyond/Neurointegration Works in Florida. Lisa and Jared talk about what brain mapping is, how it coincides with ketamine therapy, how they have implemented brain mapping at Road to Recovery Wellness Center (check out episode 197 to see how these two episodes intersect). Lisa and Jared also discuss what kind of therapy they provide at Brains and Beyond/Neurointegration Works and how you can explore treatment at their program. We talk about the compelling research on brain mapping and how it's useful for clinicians, people, families, physicians, and more.

Call Lisa directly at 561-502-1992 or email her at lisa@neurointegrationworks.com. Check out their website http://neuro-integrationworks.com

#ketamine #ptsd #mentalhealth #brainmapping #neurogenesis #neuroplasticity #neuropsychology #addiction #depression #trauma #medicalmarijuana #cannabis #entheogen #hallucinogens #psychedelics #stangrof #psychology #therapy #counseling #dennismckenna #terrencemckenna #maps #rickdoblin

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#197 The Ketamine Collaboration with KetaMD and Road to Recovery Wellness Center

#197 The Ketamine Collaboration with KetaMD and Road to Recovery Wellness Center

November 21, 2020

This week, MissMaeg hosts the first ever 6-person episode on The Addictionary podcast with past guests Mike "Zappy" Zapolin from KetaMD and his partner Warren Gumpel and Adam Lundquist from Road to Recovery Wellness Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida alongside Joseph Pfeffer, Vice President, and Dr. Edward Pearson, Medical Director. Join us for an in-depth discussion about ketamine with the guys from KetaMD and Road to Recovery Wellness Center!

Check out the below links for more information on what we discuss in this episode, including how to begin ketamine treatments from your home with KetaMD or in Florida at Road to Recovery Wellness Center.

Road to Recovery Wellness Center https://rtrwellnesscenter.com

Zappy and KetaMD

https://www.ketamd.com

https://www.forbes.com/sites/benjaminadams/2020/10/23/ketamine-is-the-answer-to-depression-and-suicide-says-mike-zappy-zapolin/?sh=6bd518f732cc

Zappy's Ketamine Fund https://ketaminefund.org

Zappy's documentary with Lamar Odom titled Lamar Odom Reborn slated for release early 2021 https://odomreborn.com

Dr. Edward Pearson's Integrative and Functional Healthcare Foundation https://newmedicinefoundation.org

dredward.pearson@newmedicinefoundation.org

#ketamine #ptsd #mentalhealth #depression #trauma #medicalmarijuana #cannabis #entheogen #hallucinogens #psychedelics #stangrof #psychology #therapy #counseling #dennismckenna #terrencemckenna #maps #rickdoblin

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#196 Cannabis, Spirituality, Mushrooms, Oh My!

#196 Cannabis, Spirituality, Mushrooms, Oh My!

November 13, 2020

This week, MissMaeg records from the home studio and chats with friend Richell Scogin, a fellow PhD student at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). Maegan and Richell delve into the topics they are currently researching: cannabis as a tool for spiritual development and the variables that need to be controlled in mushroom studies. Maegan gives a history lesson on cannabis and how it's been used for centuries plus how it has enhanced Maegan's spirituality and the importance of spirituality in recovery. Richell shares her experience with cannabis as medicine and takes a critical look at how psilocybin mushrooms are being utilized in clinical trials plus the errors that affect how we understand this fungus.

#medicalmarijuana #cannabis #mushroom #psilocybin #ergot #entheogen #hallucinogens #psychedelics #transperonal #psychology #therapy #counseling

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#195 *Special Release* MTV’s 16 and Recovering

#195 *Special Release* MTV’s 16 and Recovering

November 10, 2020

This week, MissMaeg records from the home studio and chats with Michelle Lipinski from MTV’s new hit reality show, 16 and Recovering. Michelle is the Founder/Principal of North Shore Recovery High School in Beverly, MA and shares with us her intention for launching such an innovative program.

Maegan and Michelle talk about the TV show and how it captured the real struggles of young people who are facing life and death over their substance use plus the criticism Michelle has faced by utilizing such an approach, what needs to be done about it, and why Michelle finds this kind of work so instrumental and rewarding.

Check out MTV’s 16 and Recovering now on MTV!

#teendruguse #addiction #mentalhealth #teens #MTV #recovery #substanceabuse #trauma #highschool #marijuana #harmreduction #treatment #rehab

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#194 Sleep Hygiene

#194 Sleep Hygiene

November 9, 2020

Join us for a quickie this week as MissMaeg and Sweets share the ways in which they practice healthy sleep habits, also known as "sleep hygiene."

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#193 Easter Eggs of Balance

#193 Easter Eggs of Balance

November 2, 2020

Do you have any Go-To's that help you get through the day? Listen in on today's quickie episode to hear MissMaeg and Sweets share their tips and tricks on how they get through challenges moments throughout the day.

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#192 Internal Board Meetings of the Mind

#192 Internal Board Meetings of the Mind

October 26, 2020

This week, MissMaeg shares how (and why) she conducts internal board meetings of her own mind!

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#190 with Erin Coffin Moore

#190 with Erin Coffin Moore

October 19, 2020

MissMaeg is joined by friend to the show Erin Coffin Moore, author and person and recovery, who shares her experience at a cult-like rehab in her teens and the trauma she suffered as a result. Erin and Maegan discuss how these models continue to influence addiction treatment today and what Erin’s intention is for sharing her story. Maegan also talks about the new Paris Hilton documentary and how these stories intersect.

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#191 Hypnotherapy Healing with Erika Flint

#191 Hypnotherapy Healing with Erika Flint

October 12, 2020

This week, MissMaeg is join by Erika Flint, Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Accredited Certified Professional Hypnotherapy Instructor from Cascade Hypnosis Center. Erika and Maegan discuss the clinical uses of hypnosis and how Erika has seen this intervention work for a variety of challenges, including weight management and addiction/substance use. Erika also shares her personal ties to this subject matter. Get a copy of of Erika's books by visiting https://cascadehypnosiscenter.com.

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