A Podcast Series Presented by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Subscribe today—and share with your friends Hear what leading addiction and recovery experts are talking about—addiction trends, topics and challenges as well as research, practices and advances that point the most promising way forward. Author and recovery advocate William C. Moyers serves as host of this thought-provoking interview series, brought to you by the renowned Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Listen in on Moyers' conversations with his colleagues who work at the forefront of addiction treatment, recovery and prevention, including noted clinicians, researchers, academics and other thought leaders. With equal parts information and inspiration, Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery opens the door to help, healing and hope. Opioid Rehab: A Nurse's Story of Addiction, Truth and Healing Listen in as Linda tells host William C. Moyers why shame kept her trapped in addiction for years until she was able to ask for help. Read the transcript. Rehab Evolution: Following the Science to Help More People John Driscoll, senior vice president of recovery services for the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, joins host William C. Moyers to discuss evidence-based rehab advancements and core elements of effective treatment designed to help patients learn how to successfully manage the symptoms of their disease. Read the transcript. Getting Sober and Staying Sober: How to Make Recovery Stick Psychologist Michael Tkach, director of recovery management for the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, joins host William C. Moyers to discuss the latest research and science on what it takes to stay sober. Read the transcript. Overcoming Opioids: How Josh C. Got His Life Back from Heroin A car accident left Josh C. paralyzed at age 18, crushing his plans to play college football along with his sense of self and purpose. Listen in as Josh shares his story of opioid addiction, treatment and recovery with host William C. Moyers. Read the transcript. Addiction Prevention: What's a Parent to Do? Psychiatrist and author Joseph Lee, MD, medical director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Youth Continuum, joins host William C. Moyers to discuss what puts young people at risk for substance use and what parents can do to minimize the probability of addiction. Read the transcript. Teens, Technology and Overuse, Part 1 Prevention expert Jessica Wong joins host William C. Moyers to look at emerging research around risks associated with too much tech use and to discuss practical ways parents can foster healthier behaviors. Read the transcript. Teens, Technology and Overuse, Part 2 Prevention expert Jessica Wong joins host William C. Moyers to discuss the potential consequences of overuse and overreliance, including feelings of isolation, anxiety or depression. Read the transcript. Consumer Beware: Not All Addiction Treatment Is the Same Mark Mishek, JD, president and CEO of the nonprofit Hazelden Betty Ford treatment centers, and Marvin D. Seppala, MD, chief medical officer, join host William C. Moyers to discuss the need for industry reforms, professional standards and consumer protections. Read the transcript. Combining What Works: Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction Psychiatrist Marvin D. Seppala, MD, joins host William C. Moyers to explain why medication alone isn't an effective solution in treating such a complex, chronic condition. Read the transcript. Opioid Addiction and Treatment Psychiatrist Marvin D. Seppala, MD, joins host William C. Moyers to discuss the role of science and compassion in responding to the opioid addiction crisis. Read the transcript. Addiction Treatment Outcomes Psychiatrist Marvin D. Seppala, MD, and addiction researcher Audrey Klein, PhD, join host William C. Moyers armed with key questions consumers should ask treatment providers about their results. Read the transcript. Women, Alcohol and Addiction Addiction researcher Audrey Klein, PhD., joins host William C. Moyers to take a closer look at what's behind the increased rates of binge and heavy drinking among women. Read the transcript.