32 fascinating interviews with innovative leaders in the field of addiction and recovery. I love talking with the people in the Summit because they are passionate about their work.

Addiction is so prevalent in our society and the stats for traditional recovery methods are about 5 to 15%. That doesn’t leave us feeling hopeful.

Scott Kiloby identifies drivers for addiction, which include trauma (abuse and neglect), external pressure, core deficiency stories and shame.

Gabor Maté is an addiction and trauma expert who speaks in this interview about the possibilities for healing using plant medicine and ceremony.

Ma-Nee Chacaby is a two-spirit Indigenous elder working with youth. She overcame harrowing experiences as a child and years of drug and alcohol addiction.

Resmaa Menakem wrote My Grandmother’s Hands about racialized trauma in white bodies, black bodies and police bodies.

Joan Tollifson is a popular nondual teacher whose path to recovery is based on meditation and awareness.

In Scott’s latest interview Trust The Body, we go deeply into what is going on in the body that drives addiction and getting to a somatic No!

Register here to see the schedule and to watch free from January 11 through 20th.


Radical Recovery Summit 2019
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