Rebellion Dogs Radio Episode 2 (Joe C as guest on Wellness Factors Radio) 

Rebellion Dogs Radio was partly inspired by the 2013 National Conference  Next episode will feature our discussion with John McAndrew, MA, MDiv, the director of Sensible Spirituality Associates. This week we have another NCAD connection. Wellness Factors came by out book back in September 2013 in Anaheim. As a result of that meeting, Joe C. was invited onto Blog Talk Radio as a guest of Farida Contractor, host of Wellness Factors Lunch and Learn and Wellness Factors Directors of Client Care.
Wellness Factors can be found in New York City and the beautiful Okanogan Valley in the interior of Canada's British Columbia. Visit Wellness Factors online to learn more about their publications and how they help Employee Assistance Programs and aid companies with health, wellness and prevention or listen to other episodes of Wellness Factors on Blog Talk Radio.

At the  National Conference of Addiction Disorders (NCAD), September 2013 in Anaheim Ca, Wellness Factors came by out booth at the National Conference of Addiction Disorders and our book, Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life.  Wellness Factors has accumulated vast resources and extensive expertise in delivering highly effective employee wellness programs. Its unique integration of health sciences, continent-wide network of health-care professionals, award winning publishing division and innovative IT Web and software development team distinguish it as a leader in the field of employee health and wellness.

Joe C. was invited onto Blog Talk Radio February 20th to talk to listeners about addiction and recovery. On this episode, you will meet Farida Contractor, host of Wellness Factors Lunch and Learn and Wellness Factors Directors of Client Care. Wellness Factors can be found in New York City and the beautiful Okanogan Valley in the interior of Canada'a British Columbia. Visit Wellness Factors online to listen to other episodes of Wellness Factors on Blog Talk Radio.

What do we talk about? Alcohol use and abuse statistics, treatment and how people can self-diagnose crossing the line for recreational use to alcohol or drug abuse. We look a the John Hopkins self-evaluation questionnaire and talk about addiction as it impacts family and work life. 

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