Interviewed by Dr. Herby Bell on Dual Diagnosis

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Dr. Herby Bell contacted me several weeks ago, asking if I’d be willing to be interviewed on one of his podcasts. The subject matter was dual diagnosis. I gladly accepted, and here’s what we came up with.

Dual Diagnosis in Addiction with Bill White

Hope you find the interview informative and helpful.

“Dr. Herby” is a chiropractor and Recovery Coach, practicing in Redwood City, CA. His practice, Recovery Health Care, brings patients and clients an integrated approach to wellness and addiction treatment. According to Dr. Herby…

“Move well. Eat well. Think well. Blueprint for Optimal Health.”

Be sure to check-out all he has to offer while you’re on his site.

  • Megan August 28, 2013, 7:13 pm

    Awesome, Bill! So excited for you! You’re a superstar! :D

  • chipur August 28, 2013, 8:36 pm

    Aw, shucks, Megan. Just a regualr guy, ya’ know. Thank you for dishin’ out some love, though…

  • Patricia Miller August 29, 2013, 10:15 am

    Your interview was wonderful, as are YOU. So glad you are getting some of the public notice and comment you deserve. Congratulations for the recognition and for doing such a great job talking about powerful topics.

    • chipur August 29, 2013, 4:14 pm

      Well aren’t you sweet, Patricia. Thank you for your kind words…

  • keali wilbur June 12, 2017, 1:47 am

    I think this interview is amazing! I feel like the stigma on Dual diagnoses, well addiction and mental health in general is detrimental to the people still active in their addictions or suffering from an untreated or diagnosed mental illness. We need to bring awareness to the people of the world that mental illness and addiction are true live diseases and and that it is super important that they are treated simultaneously in order to reduce the opportunity and chance of relapse.

    • Chipur June 12, 2017, 9:48 am

      Thank you for stopping-by and participating, Keali. Absolutely, stigma aimed at substance, emotional, mental disorders is a killer. Yes, and the only way to eradicate it is to pound awareness at every opportunity. I can’t imagine how anyone could believe we’re not dealing with legit diseases; however, I know the misconception is all too prevalent. Your point regarding simultaneous treatment is spot on. Way too much connection and interaction to play it any other way.

      Appreciate you, Keali…