Sharing New Research on the Brain, Mental Illness & Addiction – Charlie Rose and Guests

Charlie Rose has done it again — this time producing an excellent program on the brain, mental illness & addiction — with guests Eric Kandel of Columbia University, Gerald Fischbach of the Simons Foundation, Cornelia Bargmann of Rockefeller University, Nora Volkow of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and Thomas Insel of the National Institute of Mental Health.

For those who are interested in the brain and addiction and mental illness and how the brain can heal, what’s involved in treating addiction, how a person can create “work arounds,” why this is even possible to know — this program is a must see.

Click on the link title, Charlie Rose Brain Series 2, Episode 1, below and link to the show. To zero in on the portion specific to addiction, start at 23:16, although I urge you to watch the entire 56 minute video.

Charlie Rose Brain Series 2, Episode 1


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Lisa Frederiksen

Lisa Frederiksen

Author | Speaker | Consultant | Founder at BreakingTheCycles.com
Lisa is the author of hundreds of articles and 11 books, including "If You Loved Me, You'd Stop!," "Addiction Recovery: What Helps, What Doesn't," and "Secondhand Drinking: the Phenomenon That Affects Millions." She is a national keynote speaker with over 25 years speaking experience, consultant, and founder of BreakingTheCycles.com. She has spent more than 13 years studying 21st century brain research in order to write, speak, and consult on substance use disorders prevention, intervention and treatment; mental disorders; addiction (aka substance use disorders) as a brain disease; adolescent addiction treatment vs adult addiction treatment; effective treatment for co-occurring disorders (having both a substance use and mental disorder); secondhand drinking | drugging; help for the family; and related subjects. In 2015, she founded SHD Prevention, providing training and consulting to companies, public agencies, unions, nonprofits and other entities to address the workplace impacts of employee secondhand drinking and alcohol misuse.

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