Episode 24 – How an Understanding of Subpersonalities Can Help People in Recovery
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 24 – How an Understanding of Subpersonalities Can Help People in Recovery
In this episode of the Hope Mindful Compassion Show, Samina tells us about subpersonalities. This way of looking at the structure of personality comes from transpersonal psychology, and it can be very useful for people in recovery. Some of the topics we get to cover in the show include:
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