Episode 20: Beyond the Surface: Adverse Childhood Experiences, addiction, and recovery with Cora Moore

Episode 20 November 02, 2022 00:44:25
Episode 20: Beyond the Surface:  Adverse Childhood Experiences, addiction, and recovery with Cora Moore
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Episode 20: Beyond the Surface: Adverse Childhood Experiences, addiction, and recovery with Cora Moore

Nov 02 2022 | 00:44:25

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Show Notes

Cora lives by the sea in Northern California with her family pets and creatures of the land. In 2001 she graduated with a BS in nutrition. In 2014  Cora became an addiction specialist through Breining Institute. She is currently credentialed  through the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. When not thinking in metaphor and symbol she can be found either traveling or trying to help. Simply put, Cora does “village work” in human services, enjoys long walks in the forest, and finds writing as a tool that soothes her grief.

Cora has a few books in the works. Her debut, Surface, is a grief/recovery memoir which came out June 2022. She is currently drafting a meditation book which is a companion to Surface as well as a World War II tale of survival, and love based on a true story.

 

 

For more information about Cora:

tinyurl.com/2ravc3wh

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