Episode 13 - The Brain & Addictions

Through Rough Waters with Zach Allen

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 - 51 minutes

In this episode, Zach & Kevin are joined by Dr. Joel Robertson from Robertson Brain Health, a nationally recognized leader in the field of brain chemistry. They discuss how brain development early in life can impact the sorts of things that can tempt us later in life, and how we can use the wisdom from Philippians 4:8 to fill our minds with good things instead of being drawn into addictions or other negative behaviors and patterns.

Robertson Brain Health
http://www.robertsonbrainhealth.com/

If you have a question for our Q&A segment, you can email throughroughwaters@wcsg.org or submit your question anonymously at www.wcsg.org/podcasts/through-rough-waters/

Thanks to West Michigan Wellness Group for supporting Through Rough Waters - for more information about WMWG and to inquire about seeing a therapist, you can call (616) 600-1187 or visit www.westmichiganwellnessgroup.com/contact/

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