A Memoir of Addiction, Redemption and Hope in Unlikely Places by Carder Stout
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Throughout the world, there is discord around the theories of addiction. Many believe it to be a disease or a chip in one’s DNA that leaves them predisposed to its throes. My curiosity led me to the work of Carder Stout, Ph.D, MFT. A Los Angeles-based psychologist who has worked with hundreds of addicts, Stout believes that addiction is a psychological energy; a fluid power that—much like other emotions—has the capacity to visit us and also to leave us. “I feel... Continue on MariaShriver.com ›
We went to therapist Carder Stout, PhD, with one of the most common questions we’ve gotten about addiction and sobriety in the past year: How do you overcome new substance issues spurred by the stress and isolation of the pandemic? Continue on Goop.com ›