Join Resistance Recovery Founder Piers Kaniuka, Bruce Alexander, and Kent Dunnington as they discuss the meaning of addiction and the novel challenges of recovery in the 21st century. Recorded on May 13, 2021.
Bruce K. Alexander is a psychologist and professor emeritus from Vancouver, BC, Canada. He has taught and conducted research on the psychology of addiction at Simon Fraser University since 1970. He retired from active teaching in 2005. Alexander and SFU colleagues conducted a series of experiments into drug addiction known as the Rat Park experiments. You can learn more about Bruce Alexander's work and publications by visiting https://brucekalexander.com.
Kent Dunnington, associate professor of philosophy at Biola University, teaches and writes in the areas of virtue ethics and theological ethics. Other research interests include addiction and criminal justice, inspired by his experiences teaching in prison.You can learn more about Kent Dunnington's work and publications by visiting https://www.biola.edu/directory/people/kent-dunnington.
Resistance Recovery (RR) is reimagining addiction, recovery, and community in the 21st century. Piers Kaniuka, MTS, MS has worked with thousands of addicts and alcoholics in his 25+ years in the field. Discover RR's new paradigm of addiction recovery by visiting http://resistancerecovery.com.