Nutri Yoga Life – Ian Young – From Drug Abuser to Addiction Consultant.
Ian Young – Madeleine Black – Unbroken Podcast
Ian Young personal mission is to co-create a green and harmonious world, through laughter and love, bringing a better quality of life to all who cross his path and beyond.
“Unbroken” – The Podcast with Madeleine Black, features individuals who have all triumphed after adversity and have not just bounced back in life, but forward and are now making a difference for others.
Sonya Morton Firth – Part 1 – Speaker, author, founder of recovery clinics and Sober Services Global in the UK and in Thailand.
Sonya Morton Firth – Part 2 – Speaker, author, founder of recovery clinics and Sober Services Global in the UK and in Thailand.
The first thing we naturally do when we see a loved one with a problem like an emerging addiction, is we will try to talk to them about it. But unfortunately, anyone with addictive illness is going to be resistant to your attempts to engage them in conversation about their negative behaviours as they begin to feel their addictive illness …
Watch Ian Young with Shay Allie of Inspire’d. His true stories with humour, vulnerability and ultimately complete honesty.
Ian Young is interviewed by Clare Honeyfield during lockdown in her Quarantine TV series. Discussing addiction and recovery.
Ian Young tells his story into Spiral Tribe through to Sober Tribe, hosted by Believe Tuesdays.Hear Ian tell some of his stories of the wild days of Raving through the 90s and his decent into addiction through to recovery at the turn of the Century.
The question of how best to deal with drug addiction is much debated among professionals. Here former addict Ian Young argues the only way to stop taking drugs is to stop taking drugs, while Yasmin Batliwala of the Westminster Drug Project says such a one-size-fits-all approach is risky. As a drug addict and alcoholic I knew something needed to change, …
Scotland’s latest statistics for drug related deaths have been released and seen yet another increase on the previous year. Scotland has recorded its highest number of drug death poisonings since records began in 1996. There current statistics for 2017 make them the country with the highest drug related mortality rate out of all the EU countries. Let’s take a closer …