Tune into WPVM FM 103.7 on Monday, April 4th, to hear an interview with AIM teacher Jack Hannibal as he discusses psychotherapy as an aid to addiction recovery. Jack will be interviewed on the A Mindful Emergence radio show.
About Jack Hannibal
Jack Hannibal, MFTA, is a psychotherapist in Asheville. He holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College, a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, and is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater in New York City.
Jack trained in Zen Buddhism under Peter Matthiessen, and this fall he will complete AIM’s two-year Teacher Training program. As a therapist, Jack worked for several years at an addiction recovery facility in south Los Angeles and later had a private practice in Beverly Hills. He has been actively involved in the recovery community for 18 years.
About the A Mindful Emergence Radio Show
The A Mindful Emergence Radio Show is a weekly broadcast providing an in-depth and informative look at the application of mindfulness to the worlds of addiction recovery, trauma relief, and compassionate self-care.
The show is hosted by Eddie LeShure and Margaret Kirschner. Eddie is an AIM teacher as well as a Registered Substance Abuse Counselor, a Certified Peer Support Specialist, and a NAMI Family Support Group Facilitator. Margaret is a Certified Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Therapist (E-RYT 500) as well as a Certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher, and a Certified Birth Doula.
Listen to the Radio Show
WPVM FM is a commercial-free, listener-supported, volunteer-programmed FM radio station located in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. You can listen to the show in the following ways:
- On the radio: If you’re within broadcast range, tune in to 103.7 on your radio dial, Mondays, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
- Online streaming: Go to wpvmfm.org and play the Listen Live! audio player, Mondays, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
- Mobile app; Download the TuneIn app to your mobile device and listen to live broadcasts or to archived shows.
- Archived shows: Go to the A Mindful Emergence page on WPVM’s website and scroll down for links to past shows.