November 13, 2020

Mental Health and Addiction in Medicine with Dr. Adam Hill

"Stories bring people together," ~ Adam Hill, M.D.

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast guest, is father, husband, pediatric palliative physician, and recovering alcoholic and survivor of depression/suicide idealization, Dr. Adam Hill. We all have our own stories, and each story deserves an empathetic ear. Sharing the truth of his experiences, Dr. Hill hopes his story will help someone who is listening. 

"There is hope for recovery, one step and one day at at time." ~ Adam Hill, M.D.

We all have a role to play in decreasing mental health and addiction stigma. The power of vulnerability in sharing our stories and struggles leads to realizing there's strength in vulnerability. It's that strength that is a preventative to relapse and gets people what they need to survive, empowers, and fosters safety and security.

"Finding peace and grace...it's being okay with what you've done."

~ Adam Hill, M.D.

Dr. Hill shares that writing his memoir, Long Walk Out of the Woods: A Physician's Story of Addiction, Depression, Hope & Recovery, he found peace, grace, recovery, and healing while working in the field of medicine. 

Dr. Adam Hill's work has been featured in the New England Journal of Medicine, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, and Modern Healthcare and has received recognition for his work as the pediatric faculty of the year award at Indiana University, 2019 National Mental Health Champion by Medium/Thrive Global, and distinguished alumni award from Butler University. To learn more about Dr. Adam Hill including speaking engagements, connect with him at:

Twitter ~ @Adamhill1212

Web ~ www.AdamBHillMD.com

Book ~ A Long Walk Out of the Woods: A Physician's Story of Depression, Addiction, Hope, and Recovery

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