An addiction recovery podcast
My Secular Sobriety an Introduction
In this episode John introduces himself through his recovery story, talks about how he became interested in podcasting, and what he hopes for his new podcast “My Secular Sobriety.” A full transcript is ready at the My Secular Sobriety Website: https://mysecularsobriety.com/2020/01/episode-1-an-introduction/ Visit our Patreon Site to support our work: https://www.patreon.com/mysecularsobriety
Road to Recovery with Danny Castro
Danny grew up in a religious household and drinking was considered a sin. When he was around sixteen, he began to question the teachings of his religion. One question: Where does it say in the bible that you can’t drink? He waited until he was twenty-one before he has his first drink.
Reality Check with David B. Bohl
This episode features a conversation with our friend David B. Bohl and focuses on how to cope with the ongoing trauma of the Covid 19 pandemic. David has written several articles on the topic, which can be found at his website davidbbohol.com
The Sinclair Method with Katie Lain
In this episode we meet Katie Lain, an advocate and mentor for the Sinclair Method, which is a means for treating Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) based on the principal of pharmacological extinction. Those who use this method to treat AUD will take the drug Naltrexone one hour prior to drinking. Naltrexone is an opiate blocker […]
Gabe Rosales, is a professional musician, and a sobriety and criminal justice advocate from San Juan Capistrano, California. He got sober in 2007 after serving time in prison for crimes committed during the time he was actively drinking and drugging. The experience inspired him to earn a degree in Criminal Justice in order to help […]
Bobby C. | Spirituality and Secularism
Bobby C. has been sober for 36 years and during that time, he has always been open-minded to new ideas and this has enriched his recovery. He has utilized a number of different peer support groups such as AA, SMART, and Dharma Recovery. He really takes a holistic approach to his recovery.
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Revolutionary, for me
Having already listened to another of John’s podcasts for years now, I was more than pleased to discover this new project. This podcast’s production quality, just like AA Beyond Belief, is excellent. John, Ben, and their guests share in an open and honest way regarding their experiences navigating recovery in a secular way. I find it refreshing that the hosts determine very few absolutes for individuals, and endorse few prescriptions, but consistently assert our ability to recover well together. For years now, I’ve been wanting to say- Thank you John! Thank you Ben! You, and people like you are changing lives, and the recovery scene as we know it!