Talk Recovery®

Life is stressful. Talk Recovery® is devoted to teaching healthy habits for coping with life situations and events. Unsuccessful habits that are uninterrupted can cause harm. Changing them requires a commitment to practicing new habits over and over and over again until they become more of a default response. This type of change takes coaching and support. Stress management is a critical component of Talk Recovery due to the potential for relapse to the unsuccessful habit when encountering prolonged and sustained stress.

Finding the Gap of Calm helps stress

Talk Recovery® provides stress regulation consultation, education, training and coaching for with a focus on teaching stress regulation tools. Talk Recovery has successfully helped people who are affected by trauma, addictions, relationship issues, sexual abuse, domestic violence, divorce, work challenges, parenting, family development, and conflict issues. Talk Recovery provides assistance for stress management to people who have experienced life-changing events from injuries and various diseases.

Talk Recovery is accomplished with education and training as well as therapy utilizing an overall systems approach. Talk Recovery assists people exposed to adverse childhood experiences or other highly traumatic life events with the use of C-SIT® Cognitive Somatic Integration Training®. C-SIT is a model that combines and incorporates many therapeutic techniques that Dr Jody has studied over a forty-year practice in order to accomplish brain-body integration and regulate stress. The brain and body constantly work as a team and neither the brain nor the body can survive without each other. Given that each person is unique, Talk Recovery is individually tailored. There is no one path to health and well-being. Supporting people to learn the value of being flexible while trying new approaches enhances their potential for health.

Recovery is learning to recognize and regulate the stress response, regaining our equilibrium and ‘finding the gap of calm’ after highly stressful events. Learning to stay in the moment requires training but is one of the primary tools of stress management.