Dec 29, 2019
10 years ago, Professor Peter Singer published the book, The Life You Can Save: Acting Now To End World Poverty. In this book, Singer argues that people in affluent countries have an ethical obligation to (at least make an effort to) save some of the poorest people in the world who are dying from totally...
Dec 5, 2019
Many have asked me when the audiobook version of, Outgrowing Addiction: With Common Sense Instead of "Disease" Therapy, will be released.
I'm not sure about an exact date, but we're working on it now-- I'll be narrating the book.
Here is a preview.
Nov 26, 2019
This is Part 2 of a 2-part conversation with Dr. Terri A. Lewis. You can listen to Part 1 here: https://thesocialexchange.libsyn.com/terri-a-lewis-part-1-wicked-problems-and-systems-thinking
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In 2019, virtually countless cities, counties, and states filed lawsuits against major...
Nov 19, 2019
In this 5-minute clip, Zach gives a "Steelman" interpretation of the disease model of addiction and explains why he disagrees with the model.
This is an excerpt from an interview in which Dr. Rick Barnett interviewed Zach about his book with Stanton Peele, Outgrowing Addiction: With Common Sense Instead of...
Nov 5, 2019
Welcome to episode 47!
Today Zach Rhoads speaks with Dr. Robert Schwebel about his latest book, Leap of Power (available now).
Robert Schwebel is a clinical psychologist who developed The Seven Challenges Program: holistic life counseling for people with alcohol and other drug problems. This program is widely used...