Episode 44 –New Book – The Hope Method by Gabrielle Harris

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Episode 44 – New Book about Hope with Gabrielle Harris

Some nuggets from this episode

  • The objective of this new book is to provide a picture of what Hope does and how the program works.
  • Creating the book involved background research, getting involved in the program, interviewing clients and staff, as well as soaking up the atmosphere at Hope.
  • The intended audience for this book includes those dealing with addiction and looking for answers, family and friends, and anyone interested in this subject area.

Interview between Gabrielle Harris and Paul Garrigan

Exciting news. We are releasing a book about the community here at Hope Rehab, and best of all, you can read it for free. Find out more by listening to this episode of our podcast where we interview the author, Gabrielle Harris.

In this interview, we will discuss what it was like to be at Hope as an ‘outsider looking in’, and Gabrielle’s method for creating this book. She also describes how she personally benefited from the experience, and shares her thoughts on coping with a family member caught up in addiction.

You can support Hope Rehab by spreading the word about this book.

Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 44

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You can now read this book online by clicking on this link: The Hope Method – How and Why it Works

You can also listen to the podcast on iTunes

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