The Hoffman Podcast

Love's Everyday Radius is an inspiring collection of conversations with Hoffman graduates and those impacted by their ripple of change.

Our aim is to highlight how the Process enhances reciprocity, gratitude, and responsibility toward the whole. The Hoffman Process is about more than individuals healing themselves. When you change yourself from within, your actions change and you become an integral part of the healing of the world through your own “everyday radius.”

Hosts: Drew Horning, Sharon Mor, & Liz Severin Producer: Julie Daley
Sound Engineer: Walt Hubis Music: Copper’s Paws by James Hatfield

S6e6: Barbara Burke – A Story of Family Healing

Barbara Burke, beloved Hoffman teacher and coach, is committed to helping people reconnect to their authentic selves. Content warning: This conversation makes reference to self-harm, eating disorders, child sexual abuse, and contains explicit language, and may not be suitable for all audiences. Barbara took the Process in 1996. She credits her work at the Process […]

S6e5: Kurt “Big Boy” Alexander – Coming to Know Kurt

Kurt “Big Boy” Alexander, The Voice of L.A. and the host of the wildly successful “Big Boy’s Neighborhood,” did the Hoffman Process in July of 2022. There are many themes in this beautiful conversation with Kurt and Drew. One theme is Kurt’s realization that he knew very well who “Big Boy” is but didn’t know […]

S6e4: Kani Comstock – Finding Freedom and Joy

  Kani Comstock, beloved Hoffman teacher, first learned about the Process in 1985 from her brother who was working with Bob Hoffman. Her brother gave her Bob’s book to read. She was ‘blown away‘ by what she learned and did the Process in January of 1986. Kani went on to become the Hoffman Institute’s Director […]

S6e3: Chris Germer – The Antidote to Shame

Chris Germer, Ph.D. was terrified of public speaking and thought he had an anxiety disorder. He soon discovered, though, that what he had was a shame disorder. Through developing a self-compassion practice, Chris was able to heal his fear of public speaking and the shame that was behind it. While Chris’ personal story is remarkable, […]

S6e2: Chris Sansone – The Call of the Soul

Beloved Hoffman teacher and coach, Chris Sansone, completed the Hoffman Process in November 2013. Chris came to the Process feeling challenged in every area of his life, except for his good health. After doing deep work in the Process, Chris experienced a profound simplicity in the way he was able to heal his past and […]

S6e1: Kristin Neff – Goodwill & Intention, the Magic Ingredients

A leading researcher on self-compassion, Kristin Neff’s work is closely aligned with the work of the Hoffman Process. In this engaging, inspiring, and educational conversation, Kristin shares her research, deep knowledge, and life experience with us to illuminate why self-compassion is such a powerful practice for human beings. Drew and Kristin speak to the understanding […]

S5e19: A Taste of 2022 – Magical Moments of the Process

We wrap up season five with A Taste of 2022!  Co-hosts, Drew Horning, Sharon Mor, and Liz Severin come together to reflect on magical moments from the episodes they hosted this year. Together, they share the podcast moments that shine a light on the magic that so often happens during the Process. In A Taste […]

S5e18: Dr. Michelle Robin – A Vision of Well-Being

Dr. Michelle Robin, chiropractor, author, and healer, completed the Hoffman Process in 1997. After decades of a life of service to humanity’s well-being, Michelle has a lot of wisdom to share. In this conversation with Liz, Michelle reflects back on her time at the Process and the 25 years since. Michelle came to the Process […]

S5e17: Devi Cavitt Razo – Moving Forward With Courage

  Hoffman Grad and former Hoffman teacher, Devi Cavitt Razo, did the Hoffman Process in 1996. She went on to teach the Process for 17 years. During her time at Hoffman, Devi also served as Process and Faculty Director, VP, and Director of Teacher Training. In this episode, Devi shares a pivotal moment from her […]