Carl Erik Fisher is an addiction physician, bioethics scholar, and author He is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University and also hosts the podcast “Flourishing After Addiction”
In this episode, Eric and Carl Erik Fisher discuss his book, The Urge: Our History of Addiction.
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Carl Erik Fisher and I Discuss The History of Addiction and …
- His book, The Urge: Our History of Addiction.
- Recognizing the paradigm of disordered choice in addiction
- The different approaches to understanding choices for addicts
- Psychological flexibility and how
- Society’s categorical views of treatment approaches to addiction
- Placebo effects in treating addiction
- The dangers of labeling “good” drugs and “bad” drugs
- Drug policies and why there is no simple formula for treating addiction
- How addiction is part of the human condition
- Defining recovery capital
- Understanding there are many different pathways to recovery
- The step care model and one size fits all model of recover
- The spiritual practice that he developed in recovery
- Knowing that the key to overcoming addiction is to try
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