Amazing Beings

or From a Place of Respect

Episode 133 of The Path to Authenticity  features a conversation with Lee McCormick. Lee is the co-founder of Integrative Life Center, in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been a leading voice in behavioral health and addiction treatment for many years. He is also the co-author of The Heart Reconnection Guidebook. Lee talks about his life a experience and philosophy, which is rooted in personal authenticity and has has led him to offers a path to healing to countless people over the past 20 years. Enjoy. -tg

If you enjoy this episode, you might also like episode 15, with Terry Shapiro or episode 63, with Ed Tilton.

Please check out episode 24 of my friend Lane Kennedy’s podcast, Recover Like a Mother.

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133. Lee McCormick on Heart Reconnection
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