Emotional Sobriety

by Tian Dayton. Health Communications, January 2008.

This neuropsychology book explains the way trauma alters the brain and provides alternate coping skills.


neuropsychology research, relationship abuse, addiction, dysfunction, emotional health, coping skills

Best For

anyone trying to break self-destructive cycles


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Suggested Uses

  • Support congregants getting their lives back on track by reading this as a group.
  • Better care for your congregants and families by reading these insights.

About the Contributor

Matt Burke

Matt Burke is the director of the Northeast Center for Congregations in Fort Wayne and serves as the Center’s Education Director statewide. Matt has a background in classroom, digital and experiential education and most recently served as the associate director of Learning Science at Kaplan Test Prep. He is passionate about using education to develop deeper faith in congregational participants.

Matt earned a B.A. in Religion from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and a Masters of Divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Kelly, and his two sons, Silas and Levi. Matt also loves storytelling in films, books and music and finding the intersections of faith and popular culture.

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