Chip Dodd



Chip Dodd is a teacher, trainer, author, and counselor, who has been working in the field of recovery and redemption for over 25 years. It is the territory in which people can return to living the way we are created to live-where we can move from survival to living, from isolation to loving, and from controlling to leading. After receiving his PhD in counseling from the University of North Texas, he founded a treatment center, The Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) in Nashville, dedicated to helping people be who they are made to be, so they can do what they are made to do.

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The Voice of the Heart

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The Perfect Loss

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The Needs of the Heart

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Anthem to the Invisible

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“Loneliness renders us vulnerable to our hunger for emotional and spiritual fulfillment, thus exposing us to all relationship needs. But in a world that screams negativity about dependency and glorifies self-sufficiency, loneliness is the feeling that we work hardest to avoid. The irony is that the more we work to avoid it, the more it occurs. And the more we work to hide it, the more we miss out on life.”
Chip Dodd, The Voice of the Heart: A Call to Full Living

“All emotional and spiritual healing comes through relationship. This truth can be an obstacle to healing because the very thing that heals us (relationship) is the thing that previously wounded us. This paradox can lead us to defend against taking ownership of pain. We fear that our hearts will be wounded again. We escape pain by defending against the possibility of its recurrence. Living”
Chip Dodd, The Voice of the Heart: A Call to Full Living



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