Welcome to the 2020 Radical Recovery Summit. Please share freely.
Adena Bank Lees brings new light to Covert Emotional Incest, the hidden sexual abuse.
Adi Jaffe. “People need guidance and understanding, not judgment and stigma.” Learn how to overcome addiction without shame, judgment and rules.
Annie Grace. Why does alcohol have such a hold on you? Learn what drives drinking and explore the no-pressure approach to healing.
Berns Galloway trains people worldwide in Somatic Experiencing, Dr Peter Levine’s pioneering work on healing trauma. Release traumatic shock, connect, and learn by play.
Dan Mager experienced doctor-prescribed opioid addiction early on and lost everything. He got clean 13 years ago and dedicated himself to helping people in recovery.
Dave Nadelberg created the wildly successful Mortified, a platform for people to share their most embarrassing moments. He continues storytelling with Narrative Breathwork, a guided practice to release stories that no longer serve us.
Watch this interview with Yogi and Priest Father Joe as we explore his early work with HIV/AIDS, Mother Teresa and supporting recovery through redirecting addiction to a healthy connection with our spiritual drive.
Watch Irene Lyon lay it out. This is how our nervous system works. This is how we can heal. Simple. Practical. Powerful.
James Gordon has all the creds – Harvard, the Whitehouse – and is an early pioneer in mindbody medicine. He works with large traumatized populations like people affected by war, school shootings and hurricanes.
This is the path of inner connection and presence leading us to come home to awareness of the sweetness of our Being. Mandee Labelle teaches from her own practice and shares with honesty and authenticity.
When you seek help for trauma, you need safe people and practical tools. Nkem Ndefo has years of experience and a grounded approach to healing, strength and resilience.
Patricia Vickers speaks about Indigenous people in Canada healing the dark trauma of residential schools personally and in community.
What inspires a neuroscientist to focus on human connection? Researched backed facts. Rachel Wurzman supports neuroscience discoveries about addiction into action in community.
Discovering what is never broken and does not need healing is truly radical. Richard Miller walks us through the neuroscience of Interoception – healing and presence.
Getting your brain onside transforms your life. Rick Hanson brings neuropsychology and ancient contemplative wisdom together with practical tools to strengthen courage and create resilience.
Scott Kiloby gives away the powerful tools he developed through five years of working with people with addiction at the Kiloby Center. The Reverse Inquiry is one where we see what’s really going on with resistance.
For the last year and a half, Scott Kiloby‘s back pain has been significantly worse and he has explored many options including surgery and opioids. In this interview, Scott speaks about his back pain, surgery, beliefs about pain and a somatic “no”. He has developed effective methods for working with many types of pain.