Former Special Forces member Ollie Ollerton recently shared his experience of recovery with Professor David Nutt on “The Drug Science Podcast”. Ollie Ollerton describes himself as being a survivor of childhood trauma, which was later reinforced by negative life experiences and warfare. After being engaged in various conflicts, Ollie Ollerton when on to involve himselfContinue reading “Ollie Ollerton Shares His Experience of Recovery from Binge Drinking”
Artist Frank McFadden talks to the BBC sharing his experiences of addiction and his path to recovery.
Some people might be able to delve in and out of substance use without ever becoming fully addicted, but for some people out there it seems to be in for a penny, in for a pound every time.
What are the forces that make some people totally robotic despite the warning signs being quite clear?
Is the road to recovery a sharp right turn into conservative view points that must govern every aspect of your life?
A British Member of Parliament has recently shared about his addiction to alcohol in the House of Commons. This is a fairly rare sight to see in the House of Commons and no others have given such a speech before, despite some MPs experiencing addiction and even dying from addictive disorders. Although this is aContinue reading “Member of Parliament Shares About Personal Addiction”
Free assessment with former head counsellor of Hope Rehab Thailand. Before Dylan Kerr became an internationally acclaimed and accredited counsellor he was the head Counsellor of Hope Rehab located in Si Racha, Thailand. After Hope Rehab Dylan Kerr went on tour with the British Rock Band the Libertines, where he toured most of the worldContinue reading “Hope Rehab Thailand”
As a therapist who has worked prominently with drug and alcohol addiction I’m often asked to give my opinion on what I think the worst drugs are or what is the worst addiction. Of course we can’t have this discussion if we don’t at least acknowledge the controversial report that got Professor David Nutt inContinue reading “The Worst Drugs”
Seeking help overseas for drug and alcohol treatment has been popular for the last 20 years +. Various countries like South Africa and Thailand have managed to attract people from Europe, America and the Middle East since the early 2000’s. Thailand’s popularity for foreign treatment reached an all-time high early 2020, with over 20 rehabsContinue reading “Is treatment abroad over?”
Dylan Kerr is now a member of International Council of Psychologist. Dylan Kerr became a member in 2021.
Drug Science shares a talk about the use of MDMA within therapy and as a treatment for Alcoholism.