Episode 92: Interview with Dr. Greg Townley about the Value of Distal Supports in Recovery

February 2, 2018
Key Info for this Podcast: 
Join me today with Dr. Greg Townley as we discuss:
  1. A little bit about Greg and how he came to study distal supports for people with mental illness
  2. What are distal supports?
  3. The evidence that you’ve been able to learn about distal supports
  4. Why in particular can college students benefit from strenthening our distal relationships.
  5. How can these supports help us in our quest to achieve goals that are important to our recovery?
  6. How can we tie faculty into this discussion?
  7. Where can people learn more about you and the work you’re involved with?
Websites/Links Referenced on the Show:
Dr. Townley – Research Team Website
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