Recovery Unscripted brings you unique perspectives from inside the world of addiction and mental health recovery. Powered by Foundations Recovery Network and hosted by David Condos, this podcast’s mission is to provide both education and inspiration by sharing valuable insights and powerful stories.
Each episode explores a different relevant topic through fresh conversations with a variety of influential and knowledgeable figures, from authors and clinicians to executives and leaders within the recovery community. As these individuals share their personal journeys and firsthand experience, listeners are welcomed in to join the discussion, discover new truths and be encouraged by the compelling stories of hope that always accompany recovery.
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Today’s guest is Johnny Patout, a veteran clinician who currently serves as CEO of New Beginnings Adolescent Recovery Center in Louisiana. Recorded live at the Recovery Results conference in Dallas, this conversation highlights Johnny’s own experience of recovery, how that has shaped his approach to helping teens and how a very personal connection led him to serve at New Beginnings.
On this episode, John Southworth joins me for a conversation at the Recovery Results conference in Dallas. A renowned interventionist, John shares his intriguing personal story and expands on the themes of his presentation at the conference, titled “Transforming the Past into Powerful Recovery Today,” which explores how adverse childhood experiences and trauma can alter one’s perspective.
Today, I’m joined by two of the lead advocates for Heroes in Recovery, Amy Cooper and Margaret Phillips. They share about the personal journeys that drew them to become leaders in the recovery community and about their work with Heroes, a grassroots movement seeking to break the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health issues.
Today’s guest is Lori Jean Glass, a renowned relationship coach, educator and expert on love addiction, love avoidance and co-dependency. She joined me at the Recovery Results conference in Dallas to shed some light on these complicated issues and explain why we board the “crazy train” of unhealthy relationships (and how we can get off that train and begin healing).