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Good Cop Good Cop Live with Brian Casey

Good Cop Good Cop Live with Brian Casey

April 30, 2019

Mike Miles and Ed Chionchio Sr welcome Brian Casey to discuss his book Good Cop Good Cop. His book is available on Amazon.

 Other topics include:

  • Brian is a Sergeant at the Saint Paul Police department and director of their Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • The book is good for all public safety workers and others as well
  • Are cops more comfortable talking to other cops about their substance abuse problems?
  • Why is the suicide rate so high amongst police officers?
  • Mike shares his experiences working on in an EAP
  • What’s going on with corrections officers?
  • Mike talks about his transition from corrections officer to police officer
  • Police are always on guard for sudden violence
  • Anxiety and depression can be a normal response to traumatic events
  • The book is also available at goodcopgoodcop.com
  • The number for Genesis House is 1 800-737-0933

If you or a loved one needs help reach out to our panel at Help@FriendsInRecoveryPodcast.com. There are also many ways to help someone that is suffering from addiction. There are professionals here to help you from staging an intervention to getting counseling as a family member. This and every Friends in Recovery Podcast is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Café, is hosted on the United Podcast Network and is brought you by Genesis House.

Drunk Dreams and Step 3

Drunk Dreams and Step 3

April 2, 2019

Mike Miles and Ed Chionchio Sr welcome Brendan to discuss different aspects of recovery. He talks about some of his experiences in recovery.

 Other topics include:

  • Brendan points out that if you can’t make it to a meeting, podcasts about recovery can help
  • Is it normal to have drinking dreams?
  • Ed recently celebrated 25 years
  • It important to celebrate milestones
  • The panel talks about the steps and how they relate to The Big Book
  • Brendan shares a story about Step 3
  • Mike talks about rereading Steps 1, 2 and 3
  • The panel talks about the benefits of going to newcomers’ meetings
  • They discuss how recovery is changing with the times
  • The number for Genesis House is 1 800-737-0933

If you or a loved one needs help reach out to our panel at Help@FriendsInRecoveryPodcast.com. There are also many ways to help someone that is suffering from addiction. There are professionals here to help you from staging an intervention to getting counseling as a family member. This and every Friends in Recovery Podcast is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Café, is hosted on the United Podcast Network and is brought you by Genesis House.

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