Maiz Szalavitz is the author of the New York Times bestseller Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction.
Unbroken Brain was released in paperback on May 9, 2017.
Below are articles by, and interviews with, Maia Szalavitz, from the current year.
Photo by Bettina Hansen of The Seattle Times
The White House Is Hosting a Tasteless Opioid Crisis Memorial, Vice, interview, 4/4/18
New Opioid Memorial Demeans People Who Died From Painkiller Overdoses, Vice/Tonic, 3/29/18
Why it’s not ‘enabling’ to make drug use safer, The Washington Post, 3/13/18
Understanding addiction: Why your brain gets hooked on gambling, Big Think, interview, 3/10/18
Why we’re psychologically hardwired to blame the victim, The Guardian, 2/27/18
Rhode Island Cut Post-Prison Overdose Deaths in Half, Tonic/Vice, 2/14/18
Women Are Leading the Fight Against the War on Drugs, Vice, 2/5/18
What’s behind rich people pretending to be self-made?, The Guardian, 1/29/18
What Can I Do to Help People With Opioid Addiction?, interview, NHPR, 1/25/18
The Wrong Way to Treat Opioid Addiction, The New York Times, 1/17/18
Episode 119, HOME Podcast, interview, 1/16/18
Forced Rehab Isn’t the Solution, Tonic/Vice, 1/9/18
Last updated 4/6/18