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Intervention For Scott Disick?

Hollywood Life

After Scott got so drunk that he peed all over the house on the latest episode of ‘KUWTK,’ three top experts believe that Kourtney needs to act fast before he endangers her new baby girl!

Kourtney Kardashian has a complete mess on her hands. On the June 1 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it appeared that Scott Disick was regressing to his party boy ways.  HollywoodLife.com got shocking insight from three addiction experts who tell us that Scott needs to get his act together fast!

“I would encourage Kourtney to talk to Scott to get back into rehab,” Dr. Sheila Forman, an L.A. based Clinical Psychologist and attorney at law tells us EXCLUSIVELY. “And if he’s not willing to do that, then she needs to separate herself. She can’t put this newborn or Mason in the path of someone who is erratic and self-destructive.”

Dr. Jeff Gardere, the Chief Contributor to Healthguru.com tells HollywoodLife.com that Kourtney and the rest of the family should stage an intervention since Scott has a history of alcoholism. Scott received outpatient treatment in August 2010 after one of his violent outbursts in Miami.

“I would have an intervention,” Dr. Gardere says. “Right now, Scott is feeling like he is not part of the family. Everyone needs to get together and let him know they love him … and tell him his behavior is destructive and demand he get help.”

Dr. Marty Brenner, an addiction and recovery specialist tells us that Kourtney needs to be a big part of Scott’s recovery.

“Kourtney should get him some professional help,” Marty says. “She needs to put him back in rehab. He needs someone he can talk to and needs to work with someone so he knows what his emotions are.”

— Chloe Melas


Marty Brenner CCDC

I specialize in Anger Management classes, Domestic violence counseling, Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Life Skill development, Problem Solving skills, Coordinator Support, Relapse Prevention, Risk Management, Interpersonal communication skills.

I work with Individuals challenged with various addictions including but not limited to – substance abuse, alcohol, and anger.

I am a Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor and Anger Management Specialist II.

If you or a family member or someone who you know is in trouble with substance abuse or anger, we can work together to determine what the best course of action to take on behalf of you and that individual who is seeking help.

I can help, call me when you need to talk: 213-500-8865 and for more information about me and my practice visit my web site at www.talktomartyb.com.

Marty Brenner, CCBCDC – California Certification Board of Chemical
Dependency Counselors | ADP APPROVED Certification #104227
Court Approved Individual Sessions
Anger Management Specialist 11| Domestic Violence | Diversion (pc1000)
Registered Addiction Specialist
Phone: 213.500.8865
Email: marty@talktomartyb.com

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Jail Will Hurt ‘Teen Mom’ Amber Portwood More Than Help

Hollywood Life

Amber is preparing to spend half a decade behind bars, but experts tell HollywoodLife.com that jail is the absolute worst solution for the troubled ‘Teen Mom’ star at the moment. Read on to find out why.
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Kris Jenner Could Have A Drinking Problem

Hollywood Life

Kris Jenner’s daughters are worried about her drinking after she drunkenly drove a jet ski on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. An addiction specialist speaks to HollywoodLife.com about how Kris likely needs help.

“If anyone says ‘I need a drink’ that is a major warning sign,” Beverly Hills Addiction Specialist and Consultant Marty Brenner tells HollywoodLife.com of Kris Jenner‘s words while on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. “When people say I need a drink, that’s a problem.” Click here to read more »

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Anger Management for National Geographic

Marty is currently filming two episodes for his own show on Anger Management for National Geographic.

Will let you know when it airs very soon!! Please check back.


Marty Brenner CCDC

I specialize in Anger Management classes, Domestic violence counseling, Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Life Skill development, Problem Solving skills, Coordinator Support, Relapse Prevention, Risk Management, Interpersonal communication skills.

I work with Individuals challenged with various addictions including but not limited to – substance abuse, alcohol, and anger.

I am a Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor and Anger Management Specialist II.

If you or a family member or someone who you know is in trouble with substance abuse or anger, we can work together to determine what the best course of action to take on behalf of you and that individual who is seeking help.

I can help, call me when you need to talk: 213-500-8865 and for more information about me and my practice visit my web site at www.talktomartyb.com.

Marty Brenner, CCBCDC – California Certification Board of Chemical
Dependency Counselors | ADP APPROVED Certification #104227
Court Approved Individual Sessions
Anger Management Specialist 11| Domestic Violence | Diversion (pc1000)
Registered Addiction Specialist
Phone: 213.500.8865
Email: marty@talktomartyb.com

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Whitney Houston — Xanax & Alcohol Combo Could Have Stopped Her Breathing

Experts tell HollywoodLife.com that if Whitney consumed alcohol while taking Xanax and other prescription drugs, it could have caused her to stop breathing.

Whitney Houston passed away on Feb. 11. She was found unconscious in a bathtub in the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Sources tell TMZ that Whitney allegedly died from mixing Xanax and other prescription drugs with alcohol. HollywoodLife.com spoke with three addiction experts, and they all agree that such a situation could have caused Whitney to stop breathing.

“Alcohol and the Xanax can cause pulmonary issues where you stop breathing,” Clare Waismann Kavin, Beverly Hills Addiction Specialist, tells us. “Both the alcohol and Xanax are pulmonary suppressants — they slow down your breath. If you take too much, you can stop breathing. Your breathing gets so shallow that you pass out and stop breathing.”

At first, it was suspected that Whitney drowned, but according to TMZ‘s sources, The L.A. County Coroner informed the family that there was not enough water in her lungs to point to drowning — but rather she was likely already dead from the mixture by the time she became submerged in the water. Click here to read more »

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