Welcoming Dr Robb Kelly to Recoverlution
Recoverlution is excited to welcome Dr Robb Kelly PhD to our platform.
Dr Kelly is a well-known and sought-after addiction expert, who specialises in treating the causes of addiction and not the symptoms. He will be contributing his experience in treating addiction with regular blog posts on our platform.
As a doctor with personal experience with addiction, Dr. Kelly has a unique insight into the causes of the disease and how to treat it. He has appeared on such shows as
The Doctors, Eye Opener, Good Morning Texas, and Kens5 morning news.
Robb Kelly Phd also frequently contributes to radio and print interviews, including The Jim Bohannon show, Miracles in Recovery and USA Today. He has also participated in McLean Hospital’s (Harvard Medical School) study on the stigma associated with mental illness.
Dr Robb Kelly has over 20 years of experience in studying addiction and mental health illness
Previously, Dr. Kelly hosted Sober Celebs show on KLIF radio in Dallas. He now hosts the Breaking Through Addiction podcast featuring special guests, discussing a variety of mental health issues. He has lectured on addiction and trauma at high-profile universities, national conferences, treatment facilities, public schools, churches, business organisations and hospitals.
‘Let’s Get Back to 98% Recovery’ DVDs, were created by Dr Kelly and are used throughout prisons and rehab treatment centres in the US.
In 2019, Dr Robb Kelly released his book “Daddy, Daddy Please Stop Drinking” in which he shares his personal highs and lows as he overcame his own crippling addiction with alcohol.
Over the past 20 years, Dr Kelly has extensively researched addiction and mental health illness as well as behavioural studies. He now applies his knowledge and experience as the CEO of The Robb Kelly Recovery Group, an addiction and mental illness recovery coaching company.
We are very excited to have Dr Robb Kelly onboard as a contributor. You can look forwards to reading his posts within our blog and knowledge section.