Dr. Reef Gives Closing Keynote Address at the 2016 Addiction Professional Summit


Dr. Reef featured on Fox 11 News Los Angeles

4/20/2015

To discuss marijuana legalization, the prescription pill epidemic, and his new show Reef Madness.



 

Dr. Reef featured on Studio 11 LA

4/20/2015

To discuss marijuana legalization, the prescription pill epidemic, and his new show Reef Madness.

 

Dr. Reef Karim hosting the new Discovery show Broken Minds

3/15/2015


 

New York Times Review of the new show on Discovery Broken Minds with Host Dr. Reef Karim

4/10/15

By NEIL GENZLINGER

More restraint in the presentation would have been nice, but there’s no denying that the cases detailed in “Broken Minds,” a new series on Discovery Fit & Health, are unsettling reminders of how precarious our mental health can be.

The series, which begins Wednesday night with two episodes, examines odd but authentic cases of brain disorders. Many of these disorders aren’t commonplace, so when they’re introduced you’ll probably spend a disquieting chunk of time imagining what it would be like to live under such circumstances.

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Tune  for Discovery Fit & Health’s Psych Week beginning Sunday, June 3.

Discovery Fit & Health, Wednesdays at 9, Eastern and Pacific times; 8, Central time.

Hosted by actress, noted recovering addict and former electric shock therapy patient Carrie Fisher, Discovery Fit & Health opens a meaningful dialogue on mental health with Psych Week a weeklong programming event from Sunday, June 3 to Friday, June 8.

Joining her is relationship and addiction expert Dr. Reef Karim, who will host Broken Minds, based on the work of noted Dr. Oliver Sacks.

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Dr. Reef featured on The Dr. Oz Show

Originally aired on 9/22/2014

 


 


Parents aren't doing enough to prevent college binge drinking epidemic

9/21/2004

UCLA psychiatrist Dr. Reef Karim, speaking on NBC's Today Show Tuesday morning said that parents must play a more active role to prevent binge drinking and other risky behavior when their kids are away at college.