Dr. Danielle Delaney Interviews Marcus and Jeannie Marshall of Keys to Recovery Newspaper with Celebrated Comic Alonzo Bodden

"The Real Deal With Dr. Danielle Delaney" Shines the Spotlight on Keys To Recovery Newspaper Founders, Marcus Marshall and Jeannie Rabb-Marshall, and Comic Alonzo Bodden, Discussing Addiction, Recovery and Service to Others and Healing.


Phoenix, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/12/2017 -- Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th.D., D. Div. is a Certified Crisis Intervention Counselor, specialist in Addiction & Recovery Aftercare, Rape Crisis Counselor, Spiritual Counselor, and is also a Sober Coach and an Interventionist. She is an Author and a television, radio and media personality with an impressive list of credits.

She also specializes in the area of Adults Molested as Children as well as LGBTQ issues and drug-assisted rape, sex crimes, and survivors of domestic violence. Life stage transitions such as divorce and relationship issues are also a specialty.

Danielle works with individuals, families and couples seeking healing and resolution of their challenges, and helps them to more clearly see the path to their holistic wellness and to their higher selves.

She hosts "The Real Deal With Danielle Delaney" on VoiceAmerica, the World Leader in Internet Media, on Tuesdays at 2PM PT; and is the award-winning author of "Expect Delays: How to Reclaim Your Life, Light and Soul After Trauma" (currently working on her second book); and works as a volunteer on hotlines for suicide and rape. She is often asked to speak to media regarding high-profile cases. Her show was named #1 internationally, with billboards on Sunset & La Cienega & Robertson Boulevards in the cities of Hollywood, CA and Beverly Hills, CA and her face and show name were reposted in Australia, Italy, England, Belgium, India, Ireland, Canada and Korea because of the nature of cross posting by fans on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Danielle Delaney has the distinction of being the youngest and the only doctor & only woman of color to own a Sober Companioning business in the United States of America.

She is soon to be featured in a "Top 50 Under 50" piece about American Female Entrepreneurs as well as appearing as a specialist in an upcoming documentary about healing and retraining the brain.

In addition to her work as a counselor and as an Interventionist with numerous inpatient facilities internationally, Danielle maintains her private practice in Hollywood, California and works with crime survivors with the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) for The City of Long Beach and works as a State Certified court advocate.

Her practice as a concierge counselor often involves going to the homes of high-profile individuals so that they may maintain their privacy whilst seeking help. As a celebrity Counselor and interventionist, her well-known & exclusive clientele appreciate her unprecedented discretion.

Danielle can be found listed in Psychology Today.

She is also a writer and is a contributor to numerous health journals including those for the Minority Health Institute, The Association of Black Cardiologists, and the National Medical Association, InRecovery Magazine, and has been filmed for a segment for the television series "The Doctors."

Danielle works with the boards of The One Wish Foundation and The Joyful Heart Foundation, and was on the Board of Directors for Dr. Frank Ryan's Bony Pony Ranch Foundation for at-risk youth. This year, she was awarded the Trauma and Crisis Intervention Education and Philanthropy Award.

The County of Los Angeles Office of Protocol has hailed Danielle as "a proven asset to the City and County of Los Angeles."

She has made numerous appearances on Radio MD, Rewired Radio with Erica Spiegelman, Dr. Barbara Young's international syndicated show "Transformation For Success" and appeared on five-time Emmy Award Winner Sheila Hamilton's radio show in Portland, Oregon as well as appearing this month on Peter Bedard's podcast "Convergence Healing" by REVRY Studios and has just appeared in an interview for Dr. Stephen Trudeau's show.

Dr. Delaney was just the Expert Guest on the topic of polysubstance celebrity overdose deaths on A.J. Benza's renowned podcast "Fame Is a Bitch."

Danielle's media, voiceover work and personal appearances can be found under DelangerousProductions.com. She will be launching her International Sobriety and Recovery Lifestyle Brand of clothing in 2018.

Danielle and her book are featured in InRecovery Inc. Magazine for the "Strong Women in Recovery" special Issue for Fall 2017, along with Russell Brand who is on the cover as his book on his recovery is featured, as well.

Danielle holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from UCLA as well as doctorates in both theology and divinity, and has earned additional certifications and degrees at the Sexual Assault Crisis Agency in Orange County and Esoteric Interfaith Theological Seminary.

As a survivor herself, she is uniquely qualified to understand and to assist her clients.

Through her work and contributions, Danielle is deeply dedicated to assisting people in affecting enduring & beneficial changes in their lives and in making sense of the chaotic world around them.

See DanielleDelaneyCounseling.com for more details, or to reach Dr. Delaney directly. Her book can be found at preferred booksellers, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and at ExpectDelaysBook.com.

About Keys to Recovery Newspaper
Our purpose and our mission, is to give hope that recovery is possible. Incorporated in the state of California Keys to Recovery Newspaper, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity.

Our main objective is to carry the message of Hope and Recovery from all types of addictions and disorders to as many people as possible, and to offer resources that may provide treatment and support. We do that by printing (yes, printing) a traditional type newspaper, as well as having an online presence. Our newspaper is filled with columns from today's top experts in the recovery field.

Keys to Recovery Newspaper, Inc. is educating our communities about alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders, gambling addiction, homelessness, domestic violence and so much more. We also print, at no charge, a 2-page resource guide listing free services and vital help offered within the communities.

Keys to Recovery Newspaper, Inc. is making a strong effort to reach the many individuals currently in jails or other types of institutions, and offer them information that will assist in their future recovery. For every paid subscription we will be able to send a free subscription to someone in an institution.

We are NOT affiliated any 12-step program. We do, however, believe in the power of the 12-steps and the principles behind them.

We operate Keys to Recovery Newspaper, Inc. using these principles as a guideline - Honesty, Hope, Faith, Courage, Integrity, Willingness, Humility, Brotherly Love, Justice, Perseverance, Spirituality and Service.

About Jeannie Rabb-Marshall, in her words
Jeannie Marshall - Co-Founder & President: "Having 35 years of marketing, advertising, and PR experience - ten of those years working on a recovery newspaper – I feel uniquely qualified to lead and support our team to achieve our purpose and our mission.

Many of you will remember me from the Steps for Recovery newspaper, where I worked until 2008 with my business partner and good friend Jason Levin, who passed away. Unable to continue working on the newspaper without him, I choose to go back to corporate America. After 5 years of healing I felt ready, willing and able to go back to my one true passion - carrying the message of hope and recovery… through Keys to Recovery Newspaper Inc.

A bit more about me: I restarted my sobriety in 1986; I love the 12-steps and living in a world where I have a purpose. I have a passion to help the helpless. My favorite principle is Service."

About Marcus Marshall, in his words
Co-founder & Vice President: "I started working at age 13 in the field of service at Sylmar Children's Spastic Foundation as a patient care technician. At age 18 I worked as a Counselor in Psychiatrics at Chatsworth Health and Rehab Center. I also worked in sales and marketing gathering about 25 years experience in that field as well.

I was derailed by my addiction and for about ten years I was going in and out of jails and prisons, which makes me uniquely qualified to understanding the difficulties of transitioning back into society.

I started my recovery in early 2012 and found myself wanting to go back to my preferred profession – Patient Care. I worked at Cri-Help as a lead support technician, while attending the Addiction Studies Program at Pierce College, which helped prepare me for this vocation.

Publishing Keys to Recovery Newspaper Inc. is giving me the opportunity to use all my life experiences to help others.

A bit more about me: I have a passion for God and helping others find their way to him. I love helping the homeless. My favorite principle is Faith."

About Alonzo Bodden
His first big comedy break came when he was on the “New Faces of Comedy” showcase at Just for Laughs in Montreal. Alonzo was first introduced to America on NBC?s “Last Comic Standing,” where he won season three’s “The Best of the Best.” Known for his social and political commentary, a regular panelist on NPR’s “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me. Alonzo starred in his second Showtime comedy special titled “Historically Incorrect” in February 2016. Taped at The Vic Theatre in Chicago, Bodden touched upon a variety of subjects, including President Obama and gun owners, being gluten free, the NFL’s troubles, Millennials, and the Los Angeles Clippers. In 2011, he starred in his first special “Who’s Paying Attention” also for Showtime, released a DVD, and currently hosts a podcast of the same name. That same year, he was a panelist on the syndicated show “Inside the Vault.” Gearhead, car and motorcycle lover and expert, Bodden hosted Speed Channel’s “101 Cars You Must Drive” and “America’s Worst Driver” on the Travel Channel. He’s had numerous appearances on CNBC’s “Leno’s Garage” with Jay Leno and is one of the hosts on Science Channel’s new series “How To Build Everything.” Alonzo has also performed on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and was a guest panelist on Comedy Central's “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.” He also has 14 years of appearances at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival and has hosted the Just For Laughs Comedy Awards in 2017. While his movie career has consisted mainly of playing security guards he has protected the best, including Steve Martin and Queen Latifah in “Bringing Down The House” and Leslie Nielsen in “Scary Movie 4.” He was also the voice of “Thunderon” in “Power Rangers Lightspeed.” Alonzo has traveled around the world entertaining USO troops from Iraq to Greenland and everywhere in between.