Recovery Soapbox is a podcast about all things related to recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Brought to you by Brighton Recovery Center, this podcast is a source of knowledge from the best in the field. Therapists, recovering addicts, and many other experts come together to share open dialogue and insider views. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and anywhere you get your podcasts. See more at http://brightonrecoverycenter.com/podcast
Brianne Davis - Hollywood Sex and Love Addict
Brianne Davis is an actor, writer, director, podcaster, and a recovering sex and love addict. Brianne began her acting career in high school on Remember the Titans and Dawson's creek. After that, she starred in many more hit productions. Over a decade ago, Brianne realized that she was a love and sex addict. She has embraced her recovery and written a book about it.
Shane’s Story – Recovery Soapbox
Our director of Alumni, Clay Cross, interviews Shane after completing one year of sobriety. Shane’s recovery story has had many ups and downs, but the growth that has come from it is truly inspiring.
Recovery Soapbox - Ep. #29: Lisa's Story
Lisa's story begins in a remote Hawaiian paradise, but her life takes many unexpected turns. As an alumna of Brighton, Lisa has found community and belonging away from her Hawaiian home. Her consistent participation in the alumni program provides her with many friends and ways to help newcomers. Watch Lisa's inspiring story here on Recovery Soapbox.
Practicum with Brighton Recovery Center
Are you in an undergraduate or graduate program and looking to complete a practicum? In this episode of recovery soapbox, Clinical Director Garrett Cimino interviews two former interns at Brighton Recovery Center. Bri and Molly share their practicum experiences and provide some great advice for those looking to complete one.
Recovering Addict to Recovery Career
In this episode, Brady Kuan interviews Jake Knighton and Paul Price. All three of these individuals first came to Brighton Recovery for treatment and, after a year or two of sobriety, all three now work for Brighton. Many recovering addicts develop a desire to give back to the recovery community after treatment. Some even use their own experience to begin a career in addiction treatment. This can be an overwhelming goal because it’s not always clear where to start or how to proceed.
Recovery Day 2019 - Recovery Soapbox
The first time we took our cameras to Recovery Day, a wonderful, free event for all ages, we knew we'd keep coming back! In this episode, you'll hear stories of triumph and hope from people ranging with just a few months of sobriety all the way up to 30 years. Their messages are inspiring and definitely worth a listen.
My new addiction
An all encompassing podcast that includes a broad perspective on what’s important to live a life full of recovery. A lively host and an exceptional variety of guests keeps me coming back every time. They say to watch out for cross addictions and I think Recovery Soapbox is my new addiction.
Five entire stars!
Very nice series with several interesting guests. Little to no discussion of soap or boxes that I’ve heard so far, but would highly recommend it!
Great information provided in a fun way!