Episode 32 Recovery Rituals Podcast

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Episode 32 Recovery Rituals [podcast]

Nuggets from this episode of the podcast:

  • Recovery rituals are something you implement into your life on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis to help you progress in recovery.

  • Recovery rituals are all about swapping bad habits for good habits.

  • Recovery rituals can have a negative impact on our life if we become overly obsessive about them (e.g. putting rituals before family commitments).

Hope Mindfulness Compassion Show – Episode 32 – Recovery Rituals


Sarah, counsellor at Hope RehabA conversation between Sarah Clitheroe and Paul Garrigan.


In this episode of the podcast, Sarah Clitheroe talks to us about the importance of recovery rituals. Some of the topics covered in the show include:

  • What are recovery rituals?

  • Is there a difference between a habit and a ritual?

  • Why are rituals important?

  • How would clients go about choosing rituals?

  • Do rituals change over time?

  • How to commit to rituals?

  • Do rituals need to be daily?

  • Is there a dark side to recovery rituals?

  • Should rehab clients begin developing rituals right away?

  • What is your favorite recovery ritual?

  • Any resources you can recommend?

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