Liam Metcalf-White received his BA and MA in Religious Studies from the University of Chester. He is currently an MPhil/PhD candidate in the Sociology of Religion and graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. He has research interests in religion, spirituality and recovery from addiction, critical theory and gender studies, and qualitative research methods. He has undertaken ethnographic fieldwork on the UK Recovery Walks and within the Visible Recovery Advocacy Movement, and has presented his research at conferences including the British Sociological Association , the British Association for the Study of Religion, and the Faces and Voices of Recovery Annual Conference. Liam is employed on a CSARS Group Mutual-aid Facilitation Recovery Project in North Wales working with people in early-recovery from substance use disorders, and undertakes recovery–experience research projects on behalf of the CSARS team. He is also on the BSA Sociology of Religion Study Group committee as their Internet Officer.