Emotional Sobriety

Emotional Sobriety ePUB Ð Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Emotional Sobriety
  • Tian Dayton
  • English
  • 10 March 2018
  • 9780757306099

About the Author: Tian Dayton

Tian Dayton has a masters in educational psychology and a PhD in clinical psychology and is a board certified trainer in psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy She is a certified Montessori teacher Dr Dayton is the director of The New York Psychodrama Training Institute She is a nationally renowned speaker, expert, and consultant in psychodrama, trauma and addiction, ACoAs and self he.


Emotional Sobriety✪ [PDF] ✐ Emotional Sobriety By Tian Dayton ✷ – Johndore.co.uk Picking up right at the point where Janet Woititz’s hit bookAdult Children of Alcoholics left off, clinical psychologist Tian Dayton’s latest contribution contains fresh perspectives and new anal Picking up right at the point where Janet Woititz’shit bookAdult Children of Alcoholics left off, clinical psychologist Tian Dayton’s latest contribution contains fresh perspectives and new analysis on how to gain back emotional stability after growing up with the trauma of addiction, abuse, and dysfunction Dr Dayton accomplishes this by presenting and explaining the latest research in neuropsychology and the role trauma plays on chemically altering the brain With compassion and clear explanations and her own personal journey, Dayton teaches readers how to undo the neuropsychological damage of trauma to rewire the brain and reverse the negative effects trauma has on our future relationships and behaviors to gain Emotional Sobriety In Emotional Sobriety, Dr Dayton teaches readers: How to understand the mindbody relationship of addiction and relationship trauma How to rewire your brain to undo the negative effects trauma has on personal, career, and romantic relationships How changing the way one lives and perceives adult relationships can change the way one thinks and feels and vice versa.

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10 thoughts on “Emotional Sobriety

  1. Shelley Lee says:

    I picked up this book to chase down the emotional volatility that I sometimes experience. Very quickly the pages brought understanding of myself and others. Truth is, we all have some kind of relationship trauma. Finding healing one revelation at a time keeps me on the path to wholeness for my own sake and those whom I love. In the toolbox for life‘s journey, this book is a power tool.

  2. LordOfDorkness says:

    For anyone who's had addiction in their life, if that's family, a friend or yourself, I highly recommend this book. It offers a detailed picture of how and why people get addicted to things, how addiction works and some suggestions on how to treat it. But, although this can be a complicated thing to explain, this book does so using such clear, plain language that you can just sit back and take it all in as if it weren't. It's informative, eye opening and a pleasure to read and I think it could serve as a good the model for all books like it.

  3. Gigi says:

    This will be a reference book for me to come back to again and again. It is full of research and anecdotes from author Tian Dayton. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for more emotional health.

  4. Joan says:

    Mediocre.
    Dr Van Der Kolk and Peter Levine are much better authors and experts on the subject of trauma and stress.

  5. Nichole Maybe says:

    More like 3.5 stars. My therapist recommended this book because it focuses on adult children of alcoholics/substance abusers. I would read a few chapters throughout the week, highlighting passages that resonated with me, and then we'd discuss them during my therapy session. I found this to be a really useful exercise in staying engaged with therapy outside of sessions. This book contained many comforting and helpful passages, but I did find myself wanting her to elaborate more in certain sections. In particular, I'd read a section that I'd recognize myself or my experiences in, but too soon the chapter would be over or she had moved on to something else. I wanted more insight into why and how these things happen (for example, the vicious cycle of fear or how trauma affects the limbic system). Also, a few chapters ended with suggestions such as journaling prompts or strategies for managing anger. I wanted to see more of this. However, my therapist was helpful in filling in these blanks. Overall, I'd recommend this book to others who grew up in unstable households and/or with an addict parent/caregiver, especially as an exercise in therapy.

  6. Lauren says:

    At the end of the day, our ability to see beauty, meaning, and purpose in our lives, in our world, and in our relationships is a fertilizer that grows rich fruit. Seeing life as a gift is what makes it a gift. Finding meaning and purpose in the life we lead is what gives it meaning and purpose. This ability to create meaning and transcendent purpose is a gift of the prefrontal cortex, a gift of being human.

  7. Suddi says:

    A great book that gives a holistic approach to the different dimensions that need our attention in other to become emotionally sober. A lot of aspects are covered, but I miss a red thread throughout the book, with fewer repetition. Maybe choosing fewer aspects and going in depth with them.

  8. Trevor says:

    A beautiful primer to psychotherapy. I will recommend it to all my clients as a very thorough guidebook for understanding emotions and figuring out what to do with them.

  9. Kale says:

    Quite dry and did not resonate with me.

  10. Jen says:

    Is approaching the study of emotions in a fascinating and engaging way. and yet the vocab and density and within my range, which is limited .. I'm enjoying learning about how kids develop emotionally,from a physiological perspective, so like how they literally have not developed all the brain structures and areas to make all the complex decisions put forth to them. nice reminders for an impatient mom.