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Joseph Lee M.D.
Medical Director Youth Continuum . Child Psychiatrist, Addiction Med, Author. Motivational Interviewing Trainer, Board Member
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Joseph Lee M.D. Sep 12
Lots of amateur THC cartridges being made across the country from what I'm hearing from young people. Curious as to the association with recent health problems.
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Andy Steiner Sep 9
With the goal of personalizing addiction treatment, Major / study aims to investigate identify biomarkers that would predict patient response to the AUD-treatment medication acamprosate.
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Hazelden Betty Ford Sep 5
2.6 million more people in the Pacific Northwest now have in-network access to Hazelden Betty Ford's innovative care through partnership with
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The Lynhall Sep 4
Join us tonight as we kick off The Nourish Series with Dr. Joseph Lee of Hazelden Betty Ford. Learn more and purchase tickets at
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Joseph Lee M.D. Aug 15
How opioids inundated communities across the country via
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Joseph Lee M.D. Aug 15
We will be on at 9am ct talking about DEA data that exposes supply side deluge of opioid pills
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Joseph Lee M.D. Aug 4
The people on the margins and the young and old have always internalized social discourse in a more extreme and concrete manner. “How” we dialogue is sometimes more important than being “right.” We can all do better modeling that “how”.
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Dr. Richard Saitz Jul 9
Proud to be on the same page (literally) as ⁦⁩ It’s the evidence, stupid.
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Joseph Lee M.D. Jul 9
Replying to @JJGardner9
How about 15 disingenuous reviews for $75?
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Joseph Lee M.D. Jul 4
Every time I hear bagpipes I think they’re going to break out into “jump around”. it’s my Gen X cross to bear. parade.
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Joseph Lee M.D. Jun 11
We can work with “stupid” in healthcare. I’ve been stupid many times. Mistakes and failures can be great teachers. But stupid and proud/ confident won’t work. Downright dangerous and occasionally deadly.
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Hazelden Betty Ford May 31
"There is an intersectionality between our culture and how we're changing, out technology, our social media, our discourse and our depths of despair. That's something as a society I think we need to take a hard look at." -
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Joseph Lee M.D. May 28
A brief on co-occurring mental health and addiction. Its not chicken or the egg.
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Joseph Lee M.D. May 27
All our smarmy self righteous tweeting is made possible by those who sacrificed. 😜Thank a veteran in person this weekend
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Joseph Lee M.D. May 14
Thank you to the Patrick and Aimee Butler Foundation for their generosity in supporting our Children's Program!
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Hazelden Betty Ford May 13
What exactly are quality standards in addiction treatment? Dr. Joseph Lee, addiction recovery expert, talks with host William C. Moyers about what consumers need to know—and should expect—when considering treatment providers and programs. Listen here:
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Joseph Lee M.D. May 14
Meaningful time filming segments for a documentary re: many facets of opioid epidemic with , , and young people in recovery.
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Amy Klobuchar May 8
I love my dad. He struggled with alcohol for a long time — and I’ve seen the toll addiction can take. I’ve also seen how treatment can change a person’s life. That’s why I released a plan to get people the addiction and mental health care treatment they need
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Joseph Lee M.D. May 8
We have a great advocate in our for youth and families re: recovery. It was an honor having him come by to hear from the MN community!
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U.S. Surgeon General May 8
I had an incredible visit to and met some amazing people who shared their stories with me. I’d like to thank Mike, in particular, for walking me through his journey and for accepting my challenge coin.
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