Malibu, CA (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Richard Taite, the founder and CEO of Cliffside Malibu Treatment Center and the coauthor of the number one bestselling book Ending Addiction for Good and Dr. Damon Raskin, addiction medicine specialist, have been hosting a new hit show on addiction every Saturday from 5 – 6 p.m. PST on LA’s KABC 790 AM talk radio.
Richard Taite has developed a uniquely successful treatment protocol which includes specific evidence based therapies based on the Stages of Change behavioral model. He is a compassionate, yet hard-hitting interviewer.
Dr. Damon Raskin, whom Taite affectionately refers to as “the Michael Jordan of detox doctors,” has performed opiate, heroin, and other drug and alcohol detoxes so safely and effectively that clients compare their withdrawal to a mild flu. This is in stark contrast to the intense pain that is usually associated with drug detox. Dr. Raskin’s vast addiction treatment knowledge, kind bedside manner and empathy come across as a calming influence to loyal listeners of the show.
Taite and Raskin are currently in negotiations to do a nationally syndicated show.
Cliffside Malibu Treatment Center and Ending Addiction for Good have been featured on the Katie Couric Show, Fox News, KTLA, The Insider, Good Morning America, The Hollywood Reporter, Psychology Today, Forbes, Medical Daily, and will be on the “Today” show this Saturday, June 15th, on NBC.
Tune into KABC TalkRadio 790 AM every Saturday at 5 p.m. to hear Richard Taite and Dr. Damon Raskin discuss addiction, alcoholism, dual diagnoses, and answer questions from callers on their show, “Ending Addiction for Good.” Click to listen to last week’s show on substance abuse treatment.
About Cliffside Malibu:
Cliffside Malibu is a top-notch drug treatment center in a private setting. Cliffside boasts an industry-leading record of helping people overcome their addictions. For information about Cliffside Malibu’s effective treatments and intervention services, please visit http://www.cliffsidemalibu.com or call 1-800-501-1988, 24 hours a day.