Welcome to Episode # 58 of The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast and my guest Ted Izydor
Ted holds both a Master of Counseling Psychology and Master of Business Administration, in addition to numerous counselling certifications. With a distinguished 20-year clinical therapy background as a mental health and addiction counsellor, Ted offers techniques, strategies and approaches that produce changes. As the founder of Full Potential Coaching and Consulting of Wisconsin, he devotes himself to sharing this knowledge and insight to people seeking more fulfilling, happier and healthier lives.
In this podcast we talk about the masks we all wear and the importance of authenticity; the stages of denial, relapse, pornography addiction and much more.
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