"The true sign of intelligence is
not knowledge but imagination."
Anjali Talcherkar, Ph.D., holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles and a doctorate in Integrative Medicine from Saybrook University. Her research is in the area of Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) in addiction treatment.
Anjali has collaborated with neuroscientists at UCLA’s Center for Addictive Behavior, investigating how yoga-based relaxation techniques and meditation aid in recovery from addiction, and has also assisted at Cambridge Health Alliance’s Division on Addiction, through Harvard Medical School.
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
Hooked? Top 3 Tools To Overcoming Addiction
Addiction + Recover -It's a family affair
"Seat Savers Stay Sober" & Other Misc. Meeting Jargon
Is Alcoholism a Disease? A Cry to Ditch the Concept
Mental Health Care In America: A Shakespearean Tragedy?
Holistic Approaches For Treating Addiction
(Brief Addiction Science Information Source):
Challenging addiction treatment: The intersection of policy, practice, & science
Either way, it’s a drag: Daily vs. non-daily smoking in adolescents
Understanding factors associated with problem gambling in a clinical sample
“To drink or not to drink?” Abstinence and quality of life among recovering people
Show Me Your (digital) Hand! Are Social Casino Gamers the Next High-Risk Gambling Generation?
Sobriety 101: Is academia the new road to recovery?
A West Coast testimonial on yoga's benefits