Bridgeway Recovery Co-CEO In the News

Photo of Doctor Kardaras on the New York Daily News with an interview panel of three reporters and cameras around them

Dr Kardaras’s Op Ed in the New York Daily News right after Seymour Philip Hoffman died of a drug overdose talking about having compassion for people suffering from addiction.

Picture, headshot of Seymour Philip Hoffman

Dr. Nicholas Kardaras is Bridgeway Sober Livings new Co-CEO and Chief Clinical Officer for Maui Recovery. He is an Ivy-League educated psychologist, an internationally renowned speaker, and one of the country’s foremost addiction experts. He has appeared on ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America, the CBS Evening News, FOX & Friends, NPR, Good Day New York and has written about addiction for TIME Magazine, Scientific American, Psychology Today, Salon, The NY Daily News, and FOX News, and has been featured in Esquire, New York Magazine, VICE, and Vanity Fair.

Bridgeway Sober Living takes pride in the work that we do.  Our highly skilled staff consists of caring professionals that are highly regarded for their work in addiction treatment.

Below are a few of Dr Kardaras’s most recent interviews regarding addiction treatment.

DIGITAL HEROIN: The Science of Screen Addiction: Denham Hitchcock: Sunday Night

DIGITAL HEROIN: The Science of Screen Addiction: Denham Hitchcock: Sunday Night from Denham Hitchcock on Vimeo.


Photo with example of digital addiction, two kids in the backseat of an SUV with their iPads playing video games

Addiction expert Nicholas Kardaras spoke to Duncan Garner in New Zealand about technology addiction.

Dr. Nicholas Kardaras discusses Glow Kids Live on CNN Head Line News

Yahoo News

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Fox News

Photo of Doctor Kardaras speaking about his book Glow Kids and technology addiction

‘Digital heroin’: How screen time affects developing brains

Sep. 06, 2016 – 4:54 – Addiction expert Dr. Nicholas Kardaras has a warning every parent needs to hear

Link to article about generation z digital addiction on Scientific America, Behavior and Society

Generation Z: Online and at Risk?

For today’s teens, more followers online may mean fewer friends in real life—and a path to behavioral and psychological problems later on
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New York Daily News 

Photo of Doctor Kardaras walking down the hall at New York Supreme courthouse before the heroin abuse testimony
An article from the New York Daily News where Dr Kardaras testified in NY State Supreme Court in a precedent setting case. The legal team was trying to use addiction as a form of temporary insanity; He gave 16 hrs of testimony about the brain science of how addiction does indeed compromise the decision making abilities of a chronic addict:

Fox News

Picture displaying a variety of pills in a ladies hands, example of opiate overdoses

After Prince’s OD death…reminding that REAL people–not just celebrities–are dying EVERY day: