The Moose is Loose

Episode 158 of The Path to Authenticity features recovery advocate Ed Tilton. Ed is the director of operations at the Begin Again Institute, in Boulder, Colorado, a program for me with intimacy disorders. He has developed several other community programs, working with young people and families affected by addiction. He is a Certified Addiction Counselor in the state of Colorado and holds a Master’s in Public Administration. This interview was originally released as part of episode 63. Enjoy.  -tg

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158. Recovery Advocate Ed Tilton
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