Mark Lundholm from Suicide Attempt to Success

Mark Lundholm has performed in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries. From world-renowned musicians, heads of state, Fortune 500 companies to rehabilitation centers and convicted felons, Mark has truly entertained on the world’s stage.  He’s appeared on Comedy Central, Showtime, A&E, CBS, and NBC. Mark wrote and performed his own one-man show off-Broadway in New York City reaching critical acclaim, and in his spare time created the now staple DVD series, Humor in Treatment and the Recovery Board Game.  One thing is clear about Mark Lundholm – he’s not slowing down anytime soon.

How Asking for Help Saved my Life with Shane Ramer

This week we sit down with Shane Ramer, founder of That Sober Guy Radio. He gives us an opportunity to hear his amazing story of recovery and how asking for help led him to his purpose to speak out. Now he is helping to save people’s lives through a message of strong faith.

Blending Healthcare and Consumer Marketing with Austin Harrison

Today’s guest is Austin Harrison, founder of the Mental Health Marketing conference.

Detox Is Just The Beginning: Bill Denihan, ADAMHSCC

Greg interviews Bill Denihan, CEO of ADAMHS, Cuyahoga County. The Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County serves residents who need help in these areas. Bill talks to Greg about the process of detox and what must happen afterward to ensure a successful recovery.

How Teaching Yoga Made Esther Stronger

In Episode 54 of Far From Finished Esther talks about how her yoga training made a significant impact towards achieving her recovery. She found ways to cope with what was going on in her head instead of wanting to drown it out.

Tom Simmons: How not to respond to internet trolls, addiction and creativity

Jamie talks with clear headed comedian Tom Simmons. Tom is a prolific, opinionated comedian that has appeared on BET, Laughs TV, and currently spends his time touring and hosting the popular internet television show “So Then There’s This.”

 

The Magic of Support Groups

In Episode 49 of Far From Finished, Patrick talks about how his support group has been one of the most important factors in his recovery. He knows that his support group will always be there for him. Above anything else his support group has their recovery in mind. That’s why they all get along so well.

Having the Courage to Get Help

In Episode 48 of Far From Finished, Chris talks about not knowing where his sobriety is going to take him but liking the track that he’s on. He believes that it’s exciting. He is going to continue to learn, to grow, and do what makes him happy. He knows he’ll always move forward especially with his children.

Drug Addiction, Self-Loathing, and the Power of Forgiveness with Emily Hooks.

Emily Hooks the founder of The Forgiveness Academy joins us on The SHAIR Podcast.

How Befriending Other Women Gave Samantha Hope

In Episode 47 of Far From Finished, Samantha talks about her experience in sober living and befriending the women there — these women are the same people that she keeps in her life today. Samantha was able to safely open up because these women that she didn’t know, were sharing similar experiences (with relationships and children) she had gone through.

Rob Schneider: Best Seinfeld story ever. Leno and Rock’s best comedy advice. Being friends with Farley.

You know him as a comedian and actor. A former cast member of SNL, creating classic characters like Richmeis “the copy guy.” He’s done over 50 movies with Adam Sandler. He’s an accomplished stand-up comedian with a special on Netflix and probably 100 appearances on Late night shows. But there is a lot more to Rob Schneider.  We get into comedy, acting, being friends with” being friends with addicts, Chris Farley and Robin Williams and what those guys were like.

Proof that Your Past Doesn’t Determine Your Future with Jerrod

In Episode 52 of Far From Finished, Jerrod talks about the importance of providing the best treatment possible for those afflicted by addiction. Jerrod believes that providing the best quality of care means assembling the right teams. This means having good therapists and good staff that a client can relate to. It’s all about setting a good tone from the very beginning.

Bill Gilliland, Treatment Alternatives (Boca House)

Greg McNeil, Founder and President, interviews Bill Gilliland, the Chief Operating Officer of Treatment Alternatives in Boca Raton, Florida.

“Passion and Purpose” with Tony G. successful entrepreneur and recovering from addiction

Tony Grebmeier of The Tony G. show and Fortune 5000 ShipOffers joins us on The SHAIR Podcast.

After Dreamland Pt. 4: Recognizing an Unmet Need and Stepping Up, JoAnna Krohn

Greg interviews JoAnna Krohn, the Founder of SOLACE (Surviving Our Loss and Continuing Everyday). SOLACE is a non-profit organization that provides community for those who’ve lost a loved one to substance abuse.

Taking a Closer Look at the Opioid Crisis with Holly Fletcher

My guest today is Holly Fletcher, healthcare reporter for Nashville’s daily newspaper, The Tennessean.

“The Dopey Podcast” Chris and Dave, Stupid Funny Addiction Stories.

Chris and Dave of The Dopey Podcast join us today on The SHAIR Podcast

Becoming a Love Warrior with Glennon Doyle

Today’s guest is Glennon Doyle, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir Love Warrior and creator of the online community Momastery.