#131 The Digital Age of Recovery with Dr. Brandon Bergman! Brandon Bergman, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, the Associate Director of Communications at the Recovery Research Institute (RRI) at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and a Research Scientist specializing in recovery-specific social network sites and other forms of digital recovery management. He has specialized knowledge in recovery processes and outcomes during the developmental stage of emerging adulthood (18-29 years) as well as community-based resources to extend and enhance addiction treatment outcomes. Maegan and Brandon have an insightful and educational chat about Brandon's research at MGH in recovery digital media, substance use in the emerging adulthood population, & more! Follow Brandon on Twitter @brandonbphd and visit https://www.recoveryanswers.org to learn more about the Recovery Research Institute.
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