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.
Stop Calling Hoffman Selfish
Dr Kardaras’s does an Op Ed in the New York Daily News right after Philip Seymour Hoffman died of a drug overdose talking about having compassion for people suffering from addiction.
The Science of Screen Addiction: Denham Hitchcock: Sunday Night
Dr. Kardaras is featured in this Sunday Night, Denham Hitchcock, Special. He explains the science of screen addiction and shows the dangers of exposing children to technology at a young age and the mental effects it has on them.
The Cocaine-Like Effect of Your Child’s Screen Addiction
As technology develops, our kids seem to be more and more glued to their technology but what’s causing it and how bad is it?
Addiction expert Nicholas Kardaras spoke to Duncan Garner.
In this feature, Dr. Kardaras talks about the differences of technology exposure from the past to the present. As each generation grows older, the effects of technology grows greater and greater with each development.
Dr. Kardaras is featured on Fox News to talk the developmental and mind altering affects technology and addiction has on children and teens. As adults we deal with different situations and addictions, but as children one of the first addiction they are exposed to is technology.
Scientific American Mind Article
I think that most reasonable people can understand that texting as a way to communicate and social media as a way to stay connected both have a place in our society. But if you want healthy and happy kids, it is vitally important that they have supportive, caring relationships with flesh-and-blood people.
New York Daily News Article
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, executive director of The Dunes East Hampton, was called to testify in Manhattan Supreme Court on behalf of Scott Silverstein, 50, a lifetime heroin abuser with a prison record dating back to the early 1980s.
Fox News Article
Let us continue to mourn Prince. But let us also mourn all of the other 78 people who will die today of an opiate drug overdose and let us, as a nation, ask our doctors to be more careful and to educate us more about the medications that they are prescribing to us or our loved ones.