Dr May – psychologist and addiction specialist

Dr May – psychologist and addiction specialist

Posted On: May 3, 2011
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Dr Katharine May is a psychologist who specialises and works in addiction.

In this interview she talks about the ‘Myth of the Addict’, the bio-psycho-social model of drug use, signs to indicate addiction, the formation of drug policy and its effects on scientific research and the process someone going into rehab might go through.   She also gives a physiological explanation of what happens to your body when you mix cocaine and alcohol.  Skip through the chapters at the bottom of the screen to see the subject areas she covers.

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