Dr. Jon Connelly, Ph.D, L.C.S.W.
Dr. Jon Connelly is is the founder and developer of Rapid Resolution Therapy®, a revolutionary psychotherapeutic approach to healing emotional and behavioral issues. He is the author of Life Changing Conversations - The Power of Transformational Communication, which demonstrates that dramatic therapeutic breakthroughs can be facilitated in a single psychotherapy session. Dr. Connelly is the founder of The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence, a non-profit (501C3) organization providing training in advanced clinical methods for eliminating the negative influence of trauma.
Dr. Connelly has over 30 years of experience working with individuals and training professionals as well as board certification in psychotherapy, sex therapy, hypnotherapy, behavioral medicine, clinical social work and chemical dependency counseling. He is licensed as a clinical social work practitioner and holds a doctorate in clinical pastoral counseling. Dr. Connelly directs the Trauma Resolution Program at Palm Partners Residential Treatment facility for individuals in recovery from alcohol and drug dependency. He was appointed to the Clinical Faculty for the social work program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and hosted a popular radio talk show on mental health issues. Dr. Connelly has also conducted seminars in hospitals throughout the country on advanced methods of stress management and mind body healing sponsored by the United States Veterans Administration.
The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence
The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence sponsors trauma training in Clinical Hypnosis with Rapid Resolution Therapy® for mental health and medical professionals to assist them in eliminating the effects of trauma in the lives of those they serve. The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence also provides trauma treatment for survivors of trauma without financial resources. All trauma practitioners certified by The Institute for Rapid Resolution Therapy provide probono services for survivors of sexual violence without access to quality mental health care referred by the ISSV.