The Today Show on NBC

Dr. Elisa Hallerman worked as a Hollywood agent when she started struggling with addiction. She authored the book “Soulbriety: A Plan to Heal Your Trauma, Overcome Addiction, and Reconnect with Your Soul,” where she opens up about finding happiness through healing.

KTLA Morning Show with Courtney Friel

Dr. Elisa Hallerman is featured in KTLA Morning Show segment to discuss Dry January, the release of SOULBRIETY, what happens to our bodies when we stop drinking, and more.

OK! Magazine

Jamie Lee Curtis attended Dr. Elisa Hallerman’s book party for SOULBRIETY on Tuesday, December 6, at Issima in West Hollywood, CA. Jamie – who is a long time friend of Elisa – spoke at the private event, and also wrote the foreword for the book, which is now available on Amazon and at national book stores.

PEOPLE Magazine

Jamie Lee Curtis Says There Is ‘Always Hope’ When It Comes to Overcoming Addiction. Powered by what Curtis describes as Hallerman’s “unflinching and raw storytelling” and “deep seeking and learning,” the book seeks to take an integrative approach to addiction and healing from the underlying trauma that often leads to it.

Good Day New York with Rosanna Scotto

Dr. Elisa Hallerman shares her own soul journey, the creation of her company Recovery Management Agency, and the upcoming publication of her book Soulbriety. Exclusive: Dr. Elisa Hallerman Shares How She Turned Her Life Around, Resulting In Her Writing ‘Soulbriety’

Dr. Elisa Hallerman, PhD, JD, founder of Recovery Management Agency, knew the exact moment she hit rock bottom. After working in entertainment, she no longer felt “fulfilled” anymore.

“I had gotten sober from drugs and alcohol but picked up workaholism and an addiction to power, prestige, and money,” she exclusively tells Morning Honey. “I realized that the external materialistic things all had an expiration date on them, which wasn’t very far away. My ‘happiness’ was fleeting, and I no longer felt a deep connection with my soul.”

Redefining Success in Sobriety

In recounting her own journey, Dr. Elisa Hallerman bridges the gap between the scientific and spiritual communities, and reminds us of the need for both approaches in any successful addiction treatment.