Welcome to Episode 99 of the Alcohol & Addiction Podcast the show designed to expose the truth about alcoholism, raise awareness of the truth, and discover freedom through quitting.
This week my guest is Dr Jill Levitt – a licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Training at the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, CA. Dr Levitt has almost 20 years of experience conducting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and has been trained by some of the world’s leaders in CBT. She has co-written several scholarly articles in the areas of OCD, PTSD and Panic Disorder. Most recently she has been co-teaching CBT with Dr David Burns at the Stanford University School of Medicine in her role on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She also trains other therapists in David Burns’ model of CBT called TEAM-CBT Therapy.
She is a certified Level 5 Master Therapist and Trainer in TEAM-CBT Therapy. Dr Levitt teaches both in-person and online workshops for Feeling Good Institute on CBT methods, reducing resistance in psychotherapy, and improving the effectiveness of psychotherapy.
In this episode, Jill and I talk about the difficulties that arise when one person in a relationship quits alcohol, and the other doesn’t. We cover the Five Secrets of Effective Communication, what ‘winning’ looks like in a conflict situation, and much more.
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