Dr. Robb Kelly, PhD is a sought-after recovery expert who believes in treating the causes of addiction and not the symptoms. Dr. Kelly has appeared on such shows as The Doctors, Eye Opener, Good Morning Texas, and Kens5 morning news. A frequent contributor to radio and print interviews including The Jim Bohannon show, Miracles in Recovery, USA Today, and participated in McLean Hospital’s (Harvard Medical School) study on the stigma associated with mental illness. Dr. Kelly hosted Sober Celebs show on KLIF radio in Dallas, and currently hosts the Breaking Through Addiction podcast featuring special guest discussing a variety of mental health issues.
Dr. Kelly created Let’s Get Back to 98% Recovery DVDs used in prisons and recovery treatment centers throughout the US. He has lectured on addiction and trauma at high-profile universities, national conferences, treatment facilities, public schools, churches, business organizations and hospitals. Dr Kelly is currently the CEO of the Robb Kelly Recovery Group, an addiction and mental illness recovery coaching company he created based on extensive research and behaviour studies that he conducted over the past 20 years. Dr. Kelly shares his personal highs and lows as he struggled and overcame crippling alcoholism in the November 2019 release of the book “Daddy, Daddy Please Stop Drinking”.
• PhD, Psychology, Trinity College/Oxford University, October 13, 1984
• PhD, Psychology (Behavioral Science concentration), University of Southampton, July 25, 2013
• Nationally Certified Recovery Coach (NCRC 1)
• Somatic Experience Practitioner Certification
• Certified Life Coach
• Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner
• Certified International Interventionist
• Certified Brain Spotting Practitioner
• Published author, professional speaker, and consultant
June 8th, 2023 | 32 mins 46 secs
addiction, alcoholism, brian robinson, real faith stories, robb kelly, robb kelly recovery group, robbkelly.com
As an alcoholic, Dr. Robb Kelly went from married with children to losing everything and becoming homeless for 14 months. Then one night, in gut-wrenching desperation, he cried out to God saying, “I can’t do this anymore! God if you’re real, help me!” 30 seconds later, his prayer was miraculously answered. This started a sequence of astonishing events that led to a complete recovery. He says, “if you do not have a connection with God, you will not fully recover from alcoholism. You’re either in or out.” He should know because, as the head of Robb Kelly Recovery Group, he’s helped over 5,000 people overcome addiction and get their lives back.