Johnnie Calloway and Dr. Eric Gentry, Ph.D., LMHC: Addiction Trauma Codependency – Podcast

Johnnie Calloway and Dr. Eric Gentry: Addiction Trauma Codependency – Podcast

Johnnie Calloway; Author of, “Dragons to Butterflies”, “Taming the Dragon” and “The Bridge”. He hosts the podcast, “Morph into a New You” (Part of Mental Health News Radio Network) His guests are in the mainstream of healing, on the current mental health issues, such as; Addiction, Alcoholism, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Depression, Anxiety Attacks, Panic Attacks, Sexual Child Abuse.

Johnnie has an amazing conversation with Dr. Eric Gentry, Ph.D., LMHC sharing about the relationship between codependency and addiction! Eric is CEO and Director of Compassion Unlimited, the Vice President of Arizona Trauma Institute, LLC and an internationally recognized leader in the field of disaster and clinical traumatology. He has trained thousands of professionals and paraprofessionals worldwide in the treatment of traumatic stress. His doctorate is from Florida State University where he studied with Professor Charles Figley, one of the pioneers of traumatic stress. Dr. Gentry was one of the original faculty members of the Traumatology Institute and later became the co-director of the International Traumatology Institute at the University of Southern Florida. Dr. Gentry, along with Dr. Anna Baranowsky, is the co-author and co-owner of the Traumatology Institute Training Curriculum – 17 courses in field and clinical traumatology leading to seven separate certifications.

Dr. Gentry is the co-author of the critically acclaimed Trauma Practice: Tools for Stabilization and Recovery (Third Edition). His newest books include Forward Facing Trauma Therapy (2016) and is co-author of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss (PPM, 2017). Additionally, Dr. Gentry has published many research articles, book chapters, and periodicals in this maturing area of study. Dr. Gentry draws equally from his scientific study and from his rich history of 30+ years of clinical experience with trauma survivors to balance this training with current, empirically grounded information and experienced-based compassionate intervention skills.

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