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Toronto-based psychotherapist and coach, specializing in helping people with mood disorders, anxiety and depression


  1. bcfoster
    February 19, 2020

    Hi Jim, that link on youtube keeps disappearing. All I was able to find is a pdf of the book which is something you can download and read at your leisure:

  2. Kim Le Duc
    February 14, 2020

    I pray that compassion will grow as we heal

  3. Jim Kragtwyk
    February 12, 2020

    Love that last quote! Also the youtube audiobook on The Body Keeps the Score is no longer available. Do you have another link?

  4. bcfoster
    February 6, 2020

    Thanks for that article Kim. We had a week of screening Dosed in Toronto and it was sold out most nights. We need not feel defensive when talking about harm reduction. I think the attacks on it come from a very poorly informed sense of how trauma affects people. It reminds me of the quote and I’ll paraphrase, “if you think you’ve turned out alright and expect others to pull up their boot straps and just get their shit together, then you haven’t turned out alright.”

  5. Kim Le Duc
    January 31, 2020

    I just read an article which I find relevant to this chapter. Thought I would share the link. We had two showings of the film Dosed in our home town and the panel discussion was very positive. The front line medical people (two of them) seemed defensive about the “harm reduction” type treatments available currently to addicted people here in B.C. but I am thinking that we need to have better tools in our toolboxes and more compassion while addressing poverty and access.
    moving forward,

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