Harry L. Haroutunian, MD, FASAM, an Addiction Medicine Specialist with Harry Haroutunian, MD, Recovery & Wellness Network1st December 2019 Cal State ~ San Bernardino
On Tuesday night, March 12th, 2019 Cal State University Associates President, Rod Hendry, introduced Harry Haroutunian, M.D., “Dr. Harry,” to talk about “Prescription Drug Abuse: The Opioid Epidemic.” Dr. Harry has authored two books, Being Sober, and Not as Prescribed. He co-authored, Hijacking theBrain. He has also appeared on The Dr. Oz Show and Dr. Phil.Dr. Harry addressed the tragic crisis […]21st December 2017 Dr Drew Episode
Source: Dr. Drew18th December 2017 2017 Living Now Award Winner
Dr. Harry’s book- Not As Prescribed: Recognizing and Facing Alcohol and Drug Misuse in Older Adults won the silver medal for the 2017 Living Now Awards in the health and wellness category.8th September 2017 Why Prescription Drug Misuse Is Becoming A Problem For People Over 50
Karen says she spent 13 years addicted to eight different prescription medications and says no one knew her secret. The former school teacher says it took an overdose, four days in a coma and a family intervention before she finally got help.7th July 2016 Harry L. Haroutunian, M.D. — Top Doctors 2016
Known by patients and colleagues as “Dr. Harry,” Harry L. Haroutunian “was an old-fashioned country doctor,” says the Boston native of the years he spent in family practice in Vermont, often making house calls. He also ran an active sports medicine practice, but his focus changed when he visited Rancho Mirage’s Betty Ford Center as […]5th January 2016 Ask Dr. Harry: Prescription Drug Addiction
Dr. Harry Haroutunian served as Physician Director of the Professionals Program at the Betty Ford Center. Known as Dr. Harry by patients and alumni, he is the author of “Being Sober: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting To, Getting Through and Living in Recovery,” and co-author of “Hijacking the Brain: How Drug and Alcohol Addiction Hijacks […]18th October 2015 Unite to Face Addiction, Dr. Harry is 59 minutes in.
Unite to Face Addiction, Dr. Harry is 59 minutes in.11th January 2015 Dr. Harry Haroutunian : RecoveryView.com
Dr. Haroutunian, best known as “Dr. Harry,” has been practicing medicine for over 30 years. His inspirations for contributing to the recovery world come directly from science as well as his personal recovery. He has maintained a longstanding private practice and has consulted with several residential treatment centers in the areas of medication assisted detox […]8th December 2014 Harry Haroutunian, M.D., discusses Staying Sober & Recovering.
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