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[S3E2] A Program Of Complete Disorder


[S3E2] A Program Of Complete Disorder

Epilogue: Ed and Bettina completed their respective treatment programs and moved into sober living in Florida. He plans to find a job in sales, while she is now a house mother in a sober-living facility; they have been sober since June 2008.

Epilogue: Skyler entered treatment and was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. At the time of airing, it was not known whether his use of "bath salts" was a contributing factor. Jessa completed three-plus months of treatment and returned to Minnesota. Six months later, she relapsed with marijuana.[28]

Throughout his life and career, Steve has recovered, relapsed, and recovered again; gone to prison; and came back with grit in spades. Steve reflects on the arc of his life, coming from a family with a history of substance use disorders, managing ADHD and, most importantly, learning to let go and to grow. For more, see the complete episode transcript.

He was a highly celebrated student athlete with a promising professional career ahead of him. Yet, due to his struggles with addiction, Montee Ball found himself sitting in a jail cell while his former teammates won the Super Bowl. Now in recovery, Montee has walked away from the NFL and committed himself to breaking down barriers that prevent Black and Brown people from accessing help for mental health and substance use disorders. For more, see the complete episode transcript.

Maria Ayoub is a third year PhD student in the Rehabilitation Sciences program at Boston University. She received her B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, College Park and spent her undergraduate years as a research assistant in the UMD Cognitive Motor Neuroscience Laboratory. She presently works in the Motor Development Lab with Dr. Simone Gill and is interested in motor development and performance, both across the lifespan and within the context of disorders affecting both motor performance and cognition. More specifically, she studies the interactions between motor performance and cognition among typically developing children and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Maria plans to utilize neuroimaging to examine differences in cognitive-motor performance between healthy and clinical populations. 59ce067264


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