Beyond Theory returns for its third season to dive even deeper into the historic breakthroughs shaping our understanding of mental health, trauma, and addiction and the extraordinary stories of the people leading the way.
S3 E6: Dr. Tian Dayton on Helping Adult Children Of Alcoholics
Season 3, Episode 6: In part two of our conversation with Dr. Tian Dayton, she talks about helping adult children of alcoholics. The assumption used to be that addiction didn’t affect the family, It only affected the addict. We now know that unnamed pain leaves a lasting mark on the entire family, and Dr. Dayton seeks to help those affected by addiction unpack their past to create a better future.
S3 E5: Dr. Tian Dayton on Mirroring Drunken Dynamics
Season 3, Episode 5: Dr. Tian Dayton is a clinical psychologist focused on the trauma that is stored in our own bodies. Having grown up with an alcoholic father, she learned firsthand. that we tend to mirror and play out the drunken dynamics we observed in childhood. In part one of this two-part episode, Dr. Dayton explains how the practice of psychodrama can help people get to the core of their addictions and trauma.
S3 E4: Jenni Schaefer on Anorexia: Americas Greatest Mental Disorder
Season 3, Episode 4: Eating disorder recovery advocate Jenni Schaefer draws on her personal experience and vast research to help others dealing with one of America's deadliest mental health disorders. Schaefer knows firsthand the damage eating disorders can do, and she takes a holistic view on these topics, knowing there may be a connection to trauma or other co-occurring conditions. Through her work as an author and speaker, she challenges the very foundations of diagnosis and treatment to help people get the care they deserve.
S3 E3: Dr. Erica Sarr on Sex Addiction and Recovery
Season 3, Episode 3: Clinical Psychologist Erica Sarr takes a sex-positive approach to her work as Clinical Director at Gentle Path, where she helps men dealing with compulsive and disruptive sexual behaviors. With the continuing commercialization of sex in our culture and the “lurid” connotations attached to it in much of society, Dr. Sarr recognizes the power in opening up the conversation in order to move men with sexual addiction issues — and all of us — toward healthy sexuality.
S3 E2: Jim Corrington on Spirituality In Recovery
Season 3, Episode 2: Executive Director of Outpatient Services at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Jim Corrington has 36 years of sobriety, and it’s that personal connection paired with more than three decades of professional experience that make him an expert in the field of addiction and recovery. During graduate school, Corrington wanted to dive deeper into 12-Step terminology and ask, “What is the difference between somebody who gets well and somebody who doesn’t?” Today, his work centers on helping people find unique, tailor-made “recipes” for sobriety, giving them a better chance of reaching their recovery goals.
S3 E1: Jack Canfield on the Power of Story and Language
Season 3 Episode 1: Jack Canfield found success through a lifetime of listening, something that fueled his work as the co-creator of the best-selling “Chicken Soup For the Soul” book series. His early life was marked by feelings of inferiority and limiting beliefs, but he learned to take responsibility for his life. He's helping others do the same with his latest book, “The 30-Day Sobriety Solution."
Looking forward to more.
An excellent and in-depth podcast about mental health & addiction recovery!
Interesting to hear about how this Meadows model developed and also how patterns/family models are integral to addiction issues. Actually this idea relates to so much more than addiction — applicable to anyone.