Alcoholism Recovery Podcast – Sound Healing Therapy for Emotional Trauma Release

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Finding Your Inner Phoenix, hosted by Danielle Jeune, releases its latest podcast on how to heal from alcoholism. The show uses sound healing to help listeners overcome their trauma.

Danielle Jeune of Finding Your Inner Phoenix announces her latest podcast on healing from alcoholism. The former Family Nurse Practitioner now turned inspirational speaker talks about the effects of trauma in addiction and how people can find healing.

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The newly released podcast provides support for recovering alcoholics and families of alcoholics. She announces her latest podcast on healing from the affects of alcoholism.

Danielle says that addiction is often a physical manifestation of a repressed emotion or an unaddressed trauma, and encourages listeners to find the strength to battle their inner demons. The goal, she says, is to rediscover the courage to transform into one’s inner phoenix.

Current data shows that almost 20 million Americans suffer from a form of addiction, yet only 10% receive the necessary treatment for it. Experts say that this may be caused by a lack of accessibility to treatment centers and more people not being able to afford medical therapy.

Danielle says that she understands the predicament that most addicts face, and talks about the therapeutic benefits of sound therapy in addiction recovery. She says that the alternative healing treatment can rebalance the brain so that other health therapies become more effective.

This is what differentiates Finding Your Inner Phoenix from other podcasts. Danielle sings a different song for each episode and incorporates various sound healing to help others overcome adversity and their own trauma.

There are medical studies that support this. Sound healing has been seen to reduce levels of anxiety and depression in most people and may encourage the production of certain brain hormones among addicts. This, Danielle emphasizes, is important for those on their recovery journey.

Typically, recovering addicts relapse because their brain signals a lack of a certain hormone in their brain. People then crave the substance of their choice just to feel “normal”. It is a vicious cycle that sound healing may potentially break.

With the release of her latest podcast, Danielle continues her mission of providing a compassionate ear for those in their self-recovery journey while offering sound healing for all.

Danielle is available for speaking engagements around the country.

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