Nov 30, 2021
Joe and Amy sit down with former undercover police officer Neil Woods from the UK. He discusses the prevalence of PTSD and suicide among cops and explains what UK harm reduction looks like. As part of the global Law Enforcement Action Partnership, (LEAP) he speaks around the world to politicians, policy makers and the...
Nov 23, 2021
Joe and Amy talk to Vermont State Representative, Marybeth Redmond about her career in journalism, teaching, and now politics. Redmond discusses her writing program with incarcerated women, including the book of their work entitled “Hear me, See me”. She explains how much trauma informed women ending in prison.
Nov 16, 2021
Joe and Amy welcome rock and roll legend, Simon Kirke. Simon talks about his history in the business, being the drummer for Free and Bad Company and relays stories on some of the biggest names in rock. We also talk about his recovery advocacy work with Road Recovery.
Nov 9, 2021
Joe and Amy sit down with Damon West, a college professor with a M.S. in criminal justice as well as a nationally known keynote speaker and best-selling author. Damon spent 7 years in a maximum security prison after getting hooked on meth, following a career ending injury when he was Division 1 starting quarterback at...
Nov 2, 2021
Joe and Amy sit down with Dr. Anna Lembke, professor of psychiatry at Stanford University of Medicine and chief of the Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic. They discuss her new book “Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence”, delving into the pain pleasure trap, the importance of radical...