Robert Martin and Alana Brewton join me this morning to discuss substance abuse, addiction, recovery and interventions. Bob used to be the Director of Substance Abuse for a large hospital in Charlotte, NC, and Alanna worked with Bob as a substance abuse counselor. Zach Fandl, my intern from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte joins us as well.
Bob discussed the variety of illegal drugs that are in vogue right now, along with the process of interventions. The intervention scenario is most informative, and Bob paints a picture in words of a intervention scenario. Alanna’s passion is working with individuals who suffer from an addiction and assisting them in recovery with yoga and meditation. Alanna says that recovery from addiction takes a mind, body and spiritual approach, which is why yoga and meditation are so effective in the recovery process.
This program is interesting and educational for anyone who is battling an addiction, for those who have a loved one and are seeking help, and for all who have an interest in learning more about addiction, recovery and interventions.
I hope that this edition of Radio 4 the Ages is beneficial in your life, and thanks for being a part of my journey!
Alanna Brewton : www.breathewellnesscenternc.com or 704-782-3050
Bob Martin : www.remartinandassociates.com 803-517-4445
The Radio 4 the Ages team welcomed guests Tom Hamilton (from Advene Health Group), Rev. Cynthia Sloan (from United Methodist Special Program on Substance Abuse and Related Violence), Bob Martin (from Carolinas Healthcare System), and Alanna Brewton (also from Carolinas Healthcare System). In the first half of our show, we speak with Tom Hamilton and Rev. Cynthia Sloan about different ways addiction can manifest itself in a persons life, especially in regards to senior adults, baby boomers, or recently retired people. In our second half of the show, we are joined by Bob Martin and Alanna Brewton. We discuss what to do if you think you or a loved one may have a substance abuse problem as well as where to get help. Tune in to learn more about this crutial issue that affects so many people in Charlotte, the United States, and around the world.
- Tom Hamilton
Consulting Interventionist, Life Coach
Advene Health Group
- Rev. Cynthia Sloan
Global Ministries, The United Methodist Church
Substance Abuse & Related Violence Ministries (S.P.S.A.R.V.)
- Bob Martin
Director of Substance Abuse Services
CMC Mercy at Carolinas Healthcare System
for 24/7 trained counselor, call (704) 304-5248
- Alanna Brewton
Carolinas Healthcare System
- Detoxification & Medical Treatment Training
March 29th 2012
8:00am – 11:30am at 1408 East Blvd, Charlotte, NC
Call (704) 304-5248