Eight Step Recovery

Eight Step Recovery

Final class for 2019 is 22 December - there'll be a break until March 2020

These are meetings where we explore Buddhist teachings to help overcome addiction, habitual behaviours or obsessive tendencies. They are open to anyone who sees themselves as being in recovery from addiction, habitual behaviours or obsessive tendencies.

We will but mainly using the book Eight Step Recovery: Using The Buddha’s Teachings to Overcome Addiction, but for some meetings we may look at other Buddhist recovery books.

For more information about Eight Step Recovery, see Eight Step Recovery on The Buddhist Centre Online, or watch What Is Eight Step Recovery.

The group is peer-led, and your confidentiality and privacy will always be respected.

Please see the below video which interviews people whom have had great benefit from Eight Step Recovery. 

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be a Buddhist?

No - we believe Buddhist teachings and practices can be helpful anyone in recovery, regardless of your particular beliefs.

Do I need to book?

No – just turn up!

Are there any requirements for attending?

Our only requirement is that you have a genuine desire to be free from addictive tendencies and behaviours.

How much does the class cost?

The meeting is run on dāna, the Buddhist tradition of generosity. Just coming along to the meeting is a gift, but and if you can afford to give more, please do. We can take donations by card or cash.

Where to Find Us

We're upstairs at 6-8 Broomhedge St, just off Adelaide Rd. There is plenty of parking outside the centre (you can ignore the private parking signs as the other tenants only use the spaces during work hours).