Episode 37 – Refuge Recovery – Buddhist Self-Help Group for Addiction Problems
In this episode of the podcast, Will tells to us about his experiences with Refuge Recovery. Will facilitates the Refuge Recovery meetings here at Hope, and the group recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. He describes how the program work, and he shares some insights into how this approach has helped him personally.
You can find out more about some of the topics covered in the show in the section below, or you can just listen straightaway by pressing play in the media player below.
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 37
Topics covered in this week’s show include:
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