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Group & Meeting Suggestions
Kevin Griffin - Group Guidelines: Download PDF document - approx. 263KB
Kevin Griffin - Group Guidance: Suggestions on Setting up and Facilitating a Group... Read more >>
Sit Happens Meeting format: Download PDF document - approx. 45KB
Mindfulness for Recovery: Buddhist ‘Sit & Share’ Recovery Meeting format: Read more >>
Starting a Refuge Recovery Meeting: Download PDF document - approx. 40KB
Having Had Meeting detail and format Read more >>
Buddhist Recovery Network - 2009 Conference Programme
An insight into the 2009 Inaugural Conference
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San Francisco Zen Center - 9 Essays
Buddhism & The 12 Step Model of Recovery... Read more >>
Rev. Alex Holt - Suggested revisions for ‘How it Works’, draft for comment.
HOW IT WORKS (revised and adapted from AA ‘Big Book’)... Read more >>
Anastasia Stephens - MEDITATION FOR ADDICTION RECOVERY
Awareness techniques can not only help to free addictive patterns... Read more >>
MBRP - Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention Summary
MBRP is a program developed by researchers at the University of Washington... Read more >>
Paul Saintilan - Buddhism and Recovery, an article in Addiction Today, May/June 2005
I was invited to write this article for Addiction Today, which is a leading UK journal... Read more >>
Paul Saintilan - Musicians and Substance Abuse: Scoping out the unusual pressures that influence their vulnerability to drug and alcohol dependence.
Paul Simons - Escaping the Karma of Addiction, an article in Insight Journal, Summer 2008
It might seem strange to talk about “spiritual self schema” as... Read more >>
Judith Ragir www.judithragir.org/
Spiritual Outlook Sunday, 23 March 2014 - Buddhist Recovery Network
A seasonal interview-based programme on spiritual topics of wide ranging interest, alternating with the BBC’s Heart And Soul programme.
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