When Talk Therapy Doesn't Cut It
October 19, 2021
Hosted by Zachary Crouch
Contrary to popular belief, talk therapy is not the one-size-fits-all solution to healing unresolved trauma. In fact, our guest today believes it can backfire as the individual revisits the traumatic memories. Zach interviews Jacqueline Connors, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, who specializes in transformation at the sub-conscious level. Providing an alternative approach to talk therapy and counseling, Jacqueline helps her clients identify, release, and re-program negative unconscious habits and self-talk without having to relive their traumatic experiences. They discuss Rapid Transformation Therapy (RTT), self-awareness, and the power of changing our habits in order to change our thought lives. To learn more about Jacqueline, you can visit her website www.JacquelineConnors.com. Similarly, to learn more about alternative ways to overcome self-defeating thinking, check out Landmark Recovery's recent blog post about "SMART Recovery: A Science-Based Recovery Program": www.landmarkrecovery.com/smart-recovery-a-science-based-recovery-program/
Landmark Recovery Podcast
Tuesday at 9 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Landmark Recovery Podcast is the premier podcast discussing addiction, recovery, and sobriety. We talk with experts to dispel myths about what addiction is and isn’t. We hear from recovering addicts who share their stories of rock bottom, rehab, and relapse. We also tackle difficult topics like trauma, the chaos of active addiction, and how it affects our families and communities. But our favorite topic? Hope. The podcast is a production of Landmark Recovery, a rapidly growing network of local drug and alcohol rehab centers providing high quality, and affordable, clinical treatment. With the mission to unlock human potential, Landmark is committed to helping individuals live beyond their addiction.
Zachary Crouch is the National Business Development Manager and former administrator for Landmark Recovery, a Louisville based residential program for drug and alcohol treatment. His background in the treatment field as a counselor includes work with the adolescent, adult and family population. Additionally, he also operated the acute medical detoxification unit for Norton Audubon Hospital in Louisville. Zachary graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology and earned his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2009.