Addiction and Recovery

“The etiological interpretation of addiction, as a spiritual/moral disease that is innate to afflicted individuals, essentially releases culture and society from accountability for its prevalence” (Peter Eng, 2019). In this program, we address addiction and recovery on a broad, collaborative, spiritual and socioeconomic scale. We look at addiction and recovery through four lenses: addiction as a spiritual event, addiction as a contextual reality, addiction as a social phenomenon, addiction as a cultural entity. The goal is to integrate the reciprocity of socioeconomic
and political factors as well as social engagement within a spiritual framework for recovery
from addiction.


Addiction and Recovery Professors


Addiction and Recovery is available at these campuses:
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