Recovery Survey

Breaking the stigma of Addiction and Mental Health

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 30m. Bisher sind 100 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 days 1 hour 34 minutes


episode 97: Sue Bowles: This Much I Know

Sue Bowles is a survivor turned author, speaker, and Master Certified Life Coach. Having done the hard work of healing from a childhood rape, an eating disorder, other sexual assaults, and being twice suicidal, Sue now defines the effect the life-altering events have on her. The events no longer define Sue; she defines them.    Sue leads My Step Ahead, an organization committed to breaking the stigma around mental health struggles...



episode 96: Suzanne Schultes: Sober Widows

Suzanne lost her husband Bobby in September 2020. It left Suzanne reeling and completely unsure of her next steps. It could have destroyed her 11 years of sobriety, but Suzanne decided to turn her tragedy into triumph. Suzanne started a Zoom meeting to help other widows in recovery. Suzanne is a CASAC-T and Grief Facilitator - "It is in between the dash where we grow."

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episode 95: Rouba Chalabi: Beyond the Emptiness

Rouba Chalabi, after years of struggling with overeating, found herself on a path of radical physical, emotional and spiritual transformation — resulting, finally, in a weight loss that she could healthfully sustain. Inspired to become a healer and food addiction counselor, she left a 20-year career in public policy and communication. Through her private online practice, Rouba now helps overeaters break their obsession with food by stopping sugar and flour...



episode 94: Joe Conniff: Causes and Conditions

Joe Conniff is a person living in long-term recovery from a substance use disorder and public speaker, sharing his experiences in addiction, spirituality, and recovery. His first book, Causes and Conditions, details the events of his life starting with his childhood in an overprescribed, middle-class, suburban household in Massachusetts; followed by post 9/11 military life and his downward spiral into heroin addiction on the streets of Seattle...



episode 93: John Giordano: The Kid From The South Bronx Who Never Gave Up

Mr. John Giordano is an expert in the treatment of addiction, mental health, and the founder of The National Institute For Holistic Addiction Studies (NIFHAS). He is the author of “Proven Holistic Treatment For Addiction & Chronic Relapse,” and his most recent book is the acclaimed: “How To Beat Your Addictions And live A Quality Life,” and is the co-author of “Molecular Neurobiology of Addiction Recovery: The 12 Steps Program and Fellowship...


 2021-12-15  31m

episode 92: Rob Lohman: Lifted From The Rut

Sober since 2001, Rob Lohman currently helps people suffering from substance abuse to find freedom from addiction and incarceration.  He does this through sharing his testimony, Professional Interventions and Recovery Coaching, Advocacy, Self-Published Author and being the host of Beyond The Bars Radio Podcast and Addiction, Freedom & Faith Podcast Rob has been through the ringer, and keeps bouncing back...


 2021-12-08  33m

episode 91: Liz McKean: The Phoenix

Liz McKean is a Yoga Teacher and Person in Recovery.  Born and raised in Western NY, she lives in Tampa, Florida with her husband and rescue dog and cats.  After years of struggling with anxiety and drinking, she found strength and sobriety on the yoga mat, and soon after found community with The Phoenix...


 2021-12-01  31m

episode 90: Matthew Bauersachs: Learn to Live Recovery

Matthew is a powerful recovery activist who had a dream of opening a sober living program to give back what was so freely given to him in early recovery. He is the Founder and Director of Operations for Learn to Live Recovery LLC which is that dream. Matthew graduated with his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUe) in May 2019...


 2021-11-24  39m

episode 89: Carl Fessenden: The Drunken Worm

The Drunken Worm Podcast is hosted by Carl Fessenden. Carl is an experienced alcohol and drug counselor that works in Northern California. Carl has had the opportunity to work with some of the top professionals in the mental health field. Carl has also been able to help hundreds of people overcome addiction. 

Carl wanted to start doing more then just working as a counselor...


 2021-11-17  40m

episode 88: Nathan Smiddy: Harm Reduction

A New PATH strives to assure access to quality cost-effective addiction treatment services, lessen the harms associated with addictive illness, reduce recidivism, save lives and move towards a healthier society, free from discriminatory drug policies, violent crime and wasted lives.

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 2021-11-10  n/a