In this episode I have a discussion with Jesse Wysocki of the The McShin Foundation. This foundation was featured in the documentary "Anonymous People" which was produces by Faces and Voices of Recovery.
Tom O'Connor from the FBI Agents Association discusses how they help employees and their families during difficult and often tragic times.
In this interview Pauline talks about the family side of heroin addiction. Pauline discusses the problems associated with heroin, and how the issue is being addressed by the National Health Service.
In this episode we discuss the horrific injuries Lisa sustained in a motorcycle accident that ended her Law Enforcement career, and how Lisa was able turn the incident into something positive.
In this episode we discuss heroin addiction with Eilidh and her experiences with the National Health Service (NHS). Eilidh describes the help that Recovery Dundee has provided her on her journey to recovery.
In this episode we discuss the great work being done by Faces and Voices of Recovery.
This is part one of a two part series where Heidi Marshall tells us her story and her work at the FBI Academy.
Today I discuss the work of Faces and Voices of Recovery with COO Philip Rutherford.
Today I do Part II of an interview with Sharon Webster of Recovery Dundee in Scotland. We discuss the great work they are doing for the people of Scotland, and how recovery needs to be embraced and promoted.
I interview Sharon Webster of Recovery Dundee. This community organization works to combat addiction in Scotland and is based in Dundee.
I interview Cliff Richards from Valor Station in Augusta, GA. Valor Station will be the first standalone treatment center devoted to our nation's first responders.
I discuss how your thinking can get in the way of your progress. We need to think the way the winners do.
I interview retired Patrol Sergeant Mark DiBona. Mark discusses how he overcame two suicide attempts and is living a joyous and fulfilling life today.
People in early recovery wonder if they can drink non-alcoholic beer. Here on my thoughts on that.
My first guest discusses how Al-Anon helped her cope with her husband's drinking.