December 3, 2019
Hosts Jersey Ed & Mike the Podfather welcome Adrienne Loker to the Friends in Recovery Podcast. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a passion for helping individuals in recovery “become unstuck.” In her practice, Adrienne utilizes intensive EMDR techniques to facilitate healing and prevent past trauma from contributing to present-day relapse.
For those not familiar with this therapeutic technique, Adrienne provides a review of EMDR (Eye Movement De-Sensitization and Reprocessing) and how touchstone memories can sometimes serve as the root of past trauma that continues to haunt us in present day. For Adrienne and her clients, EMDR serves a conscious effort to “re-program” those painful memories and enable us to become UNSTUCK.
Adrienne’s practice is called Seeking Depth to Recovery and is located in the Richmond, Virginia area. Her services include intensive individual therapy, group therapy, and psychodrama retreats for both clients and clinicians.
More information about Adrienne Loker and her practice can be found here:
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This week’s Words of Wisdom: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Jersey Ed’s Podcast Pick of the Week: The Collateral Damage Podcast
Hosted by Maureen Cavanagh and Michael Wilson, the Collateral Damage addresses the impact of addiction in our lives, our families, and within our communities nationwide. https://cdpodcast.com/
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