Dr. Wendy Dossett’s Recovery Voices Teaser

I’m thrilled to introduce you to the third of our Recovery Voices Teasers, this one belonging to Dr. Wendy Dossett. I loved Wendy’s interview with my colleague Wulf Livingston, which resulted in 16 Story films totalling just under 86 minutes.

In the above series of films, Wendy describes how she reached out for help 18 years ago at a time when she was in absolute agony due to her drinking problem. She has not had a drink of alcohol since that time.

In their fascinating discussion, Wendy and Wulf cover a wide range of topics, including the nature of addiction, a wide variety of aspects related to the 12-Step Fellowship, foundations of recovery, grassroots community, recovery advocacy and the system, and recovery friendly universities.

The discussion was not just informative, but also inspiring. Hopefully, the above Teaser will leave you wanting to watch Wendy’s Story film series.

Bio: Dr Wendy Dossett is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Chester and Principal Investigator of the Higher Power Project. Wendy’s research explores religious, spiritual and secular language in addiction recovery modalities, including Twelve Step and Buddhist approaches. She’s also an activist for Visible Recovery, and she contributes to the ‘Recovery-Friendly University’ movement in the UK. She’s a person grateful to be in recovery herself.