‘SCREAMING ON THE INSIDE’ – UKAT Alumni presents a recovery podcast for anyone looking to drown out the noise. Send us your thoughts & feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Episode 5 of Screaming on the inside welcomes a UKAT Alumni member Mark Rathbone. Mark attended our Banbury Lodge center back in 2019. He joins us today having recently overcome cancer to discuss his experiences and share his story in recovery.
The topic is Anxiety and Addiction. In this episode, we have Nuno Alburquerque who is the group treatment lead for UKAT. Nuno has a BSc in Substance Misuse Management, Trauma and Healing qualification, Trauma, Attachment, Affect Dysregulation and Shame, as well as being a Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist.
We are honoured to have Jenna Veerapen manager of Sanctuary Lodge as this month’s guest, with 15 years of experience working in the field of Psychology Jenna brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to the conversation, tune in now for a great episode on Bridging the gap, an honest chat about life after rehab.
We are honoured to have Ella Hayes member of UKAT Alumni and talented singer/songwriter as our second guest of the year! Ella’s journey in recovery began in a UKAT facility and now she is inspiring people across the country with her passion for recovery and music.
UKAT’s Lee Spinks speaks to Matt Ingram – a member of UKAT Alumni and creator of the hit recovery blog Endless Possibilities as the first guest of the year. Matt’s journey in recovery began over 18 months ago, inspiring people across the country with his story of transformation and a true example of the gifts good recovery can bring.
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