Neurobiology and Other Ways Of Looking at Addiction - Podcast Episode 50
A coversation between Alastair Mordey and Paul Garrigan.
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Alastair about the neurobiology and other ways of looking at addiction. Alastair is a speaker and writer on addiction. He was a founder and chief clinical architect of the Cabin Rehab.
You can check out Alastair’s website by clicking here.
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 50
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