A series of six short films on key issues by Recovery Coach, NLP practitioner & recoveree Beth Burgess. You can find many more of Beth’s film clips on her YouTube channel.
Over time, I’m going to build up a collection of resources that I consider to be valuable for helping people recover from addiction and mental health problems. High quality resources that help improve our systems of care will also be included.
A series of blogs from recovery coach Beth Burgess of Smyls. Beth writes about recovery for the Huffington Post which means she has a large audience.
I love reading and I have a large collection of books on recovery. Here are six books I believe are invaluable in facilitating recovery.
Feature length films on addiction and recovery that you can watch on YouTube.
Here are some resources that can help you lead a happier, healthier and more positive life.
Here is a fantastic internet-based MIndfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course developed by Jay Uhdinger, along with an illustrator friend.
Recovery can be lonely at times, so Mike has selected ten of his favourite inspirational songs from YouTube.
Peapod, now ‘retired’, was one of the most prolific and respected bloggers on Wired In To Recovery. (S)he wrote a series of must-read blogs containing important hints to facilitate recovery.
This page provides links to the home pages of a number of key peer support groups, e.g. AA, SMART Recovery. Learn why peer support is important.
Learn more about the self-empowering addiction recovery support group SMART Recovery. And watch two Recovery Stories from people who used SMART. Finally, we have an interesting blog and a newspaper article.
These blogs are based on Stephanie Brown’s wonderful book, A Place Called Self: Women, Sobriety, and Radical Transformation. In her book, Stephanie talks about what happens to women in recovery, how they think, how they feel, their problems, the good things, etc. (The book is relevant to men as well!)