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Katie Lain of Thrive Alcohol Recovery Joins us to Discuss The Sinclair Method
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RMA-Episode 91 Show Notes:
RMA-Episode 91: The Sinclair Method-An Interview with Katie Lain. This week on RMA, Mike and Nat explore the ins and outs of The Sinclair Method (TSM) with Katie Lain from Thrive Alcohol Recovery. With a claimed success rate near 80%, Sinclair has been gaining in popularity as a science-based alternative to traditional 12-step recovery methods. Is this approach to medically-assisted treatment the future of the recovery movement? Tune in to find out!
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