Episode 33 – Transformations in Recovery
Hope Mindfulness Compassion Show – Episode 33 – Transformations in Recovery
In this episode, Henk tells us how giving up drugs 7 years ago has transformed his life. He also offers advice for those of us who feel reluctant or fearful about making this type of major change.
The book Henk recommends in the show is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Dummies by Rhena Branch and Rob Wilson.
Some of the topics covered in the show include:
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