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RadioMD (All Shows)
EP 1124B - Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal

RadioMD (All Shows)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Trauma is a part of life.Trauma is a part of life.You or someone you care about has probably experienced trauma, whether “big-T” trauma, such as emotional, physical, or sexual abuse or the more common but no less significant “little-t” trauma that can result from divorce, job loss, painful childhood experiences, or any situation where you felt worthless, afraid, or powerless. Untreated trauma can lead to long-lasting effects such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and difficulties maintaining intimate relationships. But the good news is that we can heal—and it doesn't have to take a lifetime. EMDR (which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a unique type of psychotherapy proven to help people recover from trauma and improve the quality of their lives. Through compelling science, personal stories, and powerful photographic images, we learn how trauma is stored in the brain and body, continuing to cause pain and suffering, and how EMDR frees us by repatterning our thinking and emotional reactions. In her new book, Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal, Trauma therapist and EMDR pioneer Deborah Korn, PsyD discusses trauma and demystifies EMDR. Deborah Korn, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA, and an adjunct training faculty member at the Trauma Research Foundation in Boston. She has been on the faculty of the EMDR Institute for the past 28 years, is the former Clinical Director of the Women's Trauma Programs at Charter Brookside and Charles River Hospitals, and is a past board member of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation (NESTTD).

YOU The Owners Manual Radio Show
EP 1124B - Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal

YOU The Owners Manual Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Trauma is a part of life.You or someone you care about has probably experienced trauma, whether “big-T” trauma, such as emotional, physical, or sexual abuse or the more common but no less significant “little-t” trauma that can result from divorce, job loss, painful childhood experiences, or any situation where you felt worthless, afraid, or powerless. Untreated trauma can lead to long-lasting effects such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and difficulties maintaining intimate relationships. But the good news is that we can heal—and it doesn't have to take a lifetime. EMDR (which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a unique type of psychotherapy proven to help people recover from trauma and improve the quality of their lives. Through compelling science, personal stories, and powerful photographic images, we learn how trauma is stored in the brain and body, continuing to cause pain and suffering, and how EMDR frees us by repatterning our thinking and emotional reactions. In her new book, Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal, Trauma therapist and EMDR pioneer Deborah Korn, PsyD discusses trauma and demystifies EMDR. Deborah Korn, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA, and an adjunct training faculty member at the Trauma Research Foundation in Boston. She has been on the faculty of the EMDR Institute for the past 28 years, is the former Clinical Director of the Women's Trauma Programs at Charter Brookside and Charles River Hospitals, and is a past board member of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation (NESTTD).

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
Liver Function and Trauma: Healing Herbs for Gut, Bile Flow and Adrenals with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 39:05


Today's episode is proudly sponsored by Paleovalley and its Essential C Complex. Not only does this immunity-boosting product have the three most potent sources of Vitamin C on the planet, but it also gives you 750% of the daily recommended dose -- exactly the amount your immune system needs to stay in top shape. Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com and be sure to use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off!   Give the gift of a good night's rest with Cozy Earth. Made from ethically sourced viscose from bamboo, their bedding is naturally breathable and temperature-regulating. Bundle up in Cozy Earth Pajamas made from ultra-soft viscose from bamboo this holiday season. Now available in holiday hues! Cozy Earth is the brand that has been featured on Oprah's Favorite Things. All products are made from responsibly sourced viscose from bamboo. Its bedding is temperature regulating and is available in viscose from bamboo and linen. Their loungewear offers optimal comfort while maintaining a flattering, elegant fit. They offer premium bath products made from viscose from bamboo. They also offer a plush collection and their new waffle collection. Claim your exclusive offer for 35% off when you use the code "DRJOCKERS."    For anyone looking to ignite their fat-burning metabolism, boost their energy, and transform how they look and feel, they must start taking care of their liver. Your liver is your body's master detoxifier. It performs over 500 key functions in your body every single day. After decades of wear and tear, our livers slow down and become sluggish. Fortunately, there's a simple, all-natural solution that I recommend. It's called Liver Health Formula. Liver Health Formula contains 12 powerful botanicals clinically proven to recharge and protect your liver at the cellular level. It helps restore your liver's detoxifying abilities. Try Liver Health Formula completely risk-free, and receive 5 FREE gifts when you order today. Just go to GetLiverHelp.com/Jockers to claim your risk-free supply of Liver Health Formula and all 5 bonus gifts.   You asked for it, you got it! In this episode, we will discuss one of the most requested topics: Liver health and its relationship with emotional and physical trauma. Our guest, Dr. Ameet Aggarwal, tells us what are the best herbs and strategies that you can use to help support your liver, support your ability to overcome trauma and keep inflammation under control. Let's dive deep into homeopathic remedies with Dr. Aggarwal, one of the top 43 therapists worldwide for combining mind & body medicine.   "I often find myself actually supplementing with Magnesium, no matter what is happening to the person. We lose Magnesium in stress, we lose Magnesium in exercise and sweating. Our foods are depleted with it, and the liver uses a lot of Magnesium in detox." – Dr. Ameet Aggarwal      Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio   In This Episode: What is the primary function of the liver, and how is it connected with chronic inflammation? Most common symptoms of Liver Qi Stagnation Herbs and strategies to support your liver The connection between trauma and liver health The healing cycle: Where does it start? What is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy? Rescue Remedy, Bach flowers, and Homeopathy Dr. Aggarwal using combination therapies to treat trauma  What are the most common adaptogens for people? What you need to know about taking Magnesium             Resources: Essential C Complex – Use Code JOCKERS for 15% off Cozy Earth – Use Code DRJOCKERS for 35% off Liver Health Formula – Receive 5 FREE gifts when you order today Connect with Dr. Ameet Aggarwal:  Website - https://www.drameet.com/ Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/

Nowhere To Go But Up
#184 Unspoken Truths about Male Sexual Abuse and Sex Crimes against Children.... Recorded 5/17/2021

Nowhere To Go But Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 51:09


Dr. Kelli Palfy began her professional career working in adult and youth corrections. Here she noticed a disproportionate number of males in the system. After becoming an RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer, she took an interest in investigating sex crimes and went on to specialize in sex crimes committed against children internationally. Here, as she combed through video evidence, she witnessed first-hand the grooming tactics commonly used by sophisticated pedophiles. * After retiring from the RCMP, Dr. Palfy obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Alberta. She conducted her doctoral research on the reasons why males don't commonly disclose sexual abuse. She is now a trained trauma therapist and public speaker on the topic of male abuse. Dr. Palfy currently runs a small private practice where she works with male survivors of sexual abuse, first responders and couples using Emotion-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Approach, plus Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Outside of her professional life she enjoys hiking, cycling, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, hanging out with friends and pets. * * You can find Kelli here: * Website: https://kellipalfy.com/ * * You can find Sean Dustin here: https://linktr.ee/nowheretogobutup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/no-where-to-go-but-up/message

No Where To Go But Up
#184 Unspoken Truths about Male Sexual Abuse and Sex Crimes against Children.... Recorded 5/17/2021

No Where To Go But Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 51:09


Dr. Kelli Palfy began her professional career working in adult and youth corrections. Here she noticed a disproportionate number of males in the system. After becoming an RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer, she took an interest in investigating sex crimes and went on to specialize in sex crimes committed against children internationally. Here, as she combed through video evidence, she witnessed first-hand the grooming tactics commonly used by sophisticated pedophiles. * After retiring from the RCMP, Dr. Palfy obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Alberta. She conducted her doctoral research on the reasons why males don't commonly disclose sexual abuse. She is now a trained trauma therapist and public speaker on the topic of male abuse. Dr. Palfy currently runs a small private practice where she works with male survivors of sexual abuse, first responders and couples using Emotion-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Approach, plus Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Outside of her professional life she enjoys hiking, cycling, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, hanging out with friends and pets. * * You can find Kelli here: * Website: https://kellipalfy.com/ * * You can find Sean Dustin here: https://linktr.ee/nowheretogobutup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/no-where-to-go-but-up/message

Imperfectly Beautiful
Exploring Different Forms of Therapy: EMDR Therapy

Imperfectly Beautiful

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 45:42


In this episode, I discuss Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) with therapist, Robin Jackson. Robin is a licensed professional counselor with over 9 years of clinical experience helping people to achieve their goals. As a clinician, she promotes authenticity, honesty, laughter, and care. She provides my clients with a safe space for healing and believes that everyone has the ability to live a meaningful life and not just exist. ​ Throughout the years, Robin has worked with diverse populations utilizing a person-centered approach. Robin is trained in EMDR and as with her own personal healing utilizing EMDR, she can attest to the efficacy of this therapeutic approach and strongly wish for others to receive its benefits. ​https://www.timetohealcounselingservices.com/meet-robin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imperfectlybeautiful1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/imperfectlybeautiful1/support

The Addicted Mind Podcast
207: Trauma Healing Through EMDR Therapy with Dr. Korn and Michael Baldwin

The Addicted Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 45:59


Did you know that your eye movements could free you from all the trauma and pain? Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR for short, is a unique type of psychotherapy proven to help people recover from trauma and improve the quality of their lives.    On today's episode, Duane speaks with Dr. Deborah Korn and Michael Baldwin, co-authors of Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, the Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal.    Deborah is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is on the faculties of the EMDR Institute in California and the Trauma Research Foundation in Boston. Deborah presents and consults internationally on the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect.    Michael is an accomplished leader in the communications industry with more than 35 years of award-winning work in advertising. He is the founder and principal of the branding and communication firm Michael Baldwin Inc, in New York. Michael is a trauma survivor actively engaged in the process of recovery through EMDR therapy.    Both Deborah and Michael bring their experiences together to write this book, which they will talk about today. They're sharing valuable insights into the process of EMDR and how it can be helpful for anyone struggling with trauma.   In this episode, you will hear: How EMDR works The desensitization effect of bilateral stimulation How memories of trauma are reactivated The “big-T” trauma events versus the “little-t” traumas What it looks like when you enter into EMDR therapy Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet.  We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: www.everymemorydeservesrespect.com    NovusMindfulLife.com Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know we sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Psychotherapie Aktuell
EMDR mit Mag.a Eva Münker-Kramer

Psychotherapie Aktuell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 41:17


In dieser Folge spricht Peter Graff, MA, PhD mit der Leiterin des EMDR Instituts Austria und Psychotherapeutin (Verhaltenstherapie) Mag.a Eva Münker-Kramer über Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, kurz EMDR.

Enneagram+Yoga
The Wisdom of Brené Brown for Types 8 & 9 With Holly Wade, LCSW, Yoga Teacher, & Enneagram 7

Enneagram+Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:49


During today's episode we talk with Holly Wade, LCSW and Enneagram 7 about The Wisdom of Brené Brown & the Enneagram, particularly for Enneagram types 8 & 9. Holly is a licensed clinical social worker in Memphis, TN. She has worked across the spectrum of mental health levels of care and brings that experience with her into private practice. Holly specializes in helping people recover from difficult life experiences that some label as “trauma.” Trauma comes in many forms and we don't all know how to recognize it, but it shows up as anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other mental health problems. Trauma is often accompanied by shame and Holly has specialty training as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator at building shame resiliency. The Daring Greatly™, Rising Strong™ and Gifts of Imperfection treatment models are based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown and fall under the umbrella of The Daring Way™. In addition to her Daring Way™ training Holly is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and has extensive experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) from her training at Four Winds Hospital in Katona, New York. Her training in DBT and yoga classes at the local gym inspired Holly to gain more education in mindfulness. On a chance retreat to Kripalu Yoga Center in the Berkshire Mountains, Holly was introduced to the work of Jack Kornfield, PhD and has continued to practice and study Insight Meditation for the past ten years. In 2018 she took her yoga practice to the next level with a 200 hour RYT training at Yoga Landing in Chattanooga. Along the yoga journey Holly was introduced to the power of Breathwork by Ashley Ludman in Costa Rica. Holly has since continued to train with Ashley and develop her own skills as a breathwork facilitator. In 2022 Holly and her husband relocated to Memphis and she is excited to return to private practice focusing on creating a safe place for those who are in transition (divorce, grief, empty-nesting, job change), supporting a loved one with a substance use disorder diagnosis/severe mental illness, or recovering from emotional abuse or trauma. She will use her expertise to guide you towards healing and resilience for optimal functioning. She has a love for working with adolescents and their families as they transition through this formative time. Her practice is LGBTQ affirming and she strives for cultural competency at work and in the world. As part of her social work legacy, Holly is a social justice warrior and will always advocate for safety and acceptance for all persons. Holly's website is: www.hollywadelcsw.com Instagram Holly.Wade.LCSW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christy001/support

The Mind Grind Podcast
EMDR Therapy 101

The Mind Grind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:24


Hello Mind Grind Fam! Dana and I are so pleased to release this podcast, as this is something that we have both become so passionate about. EMDR therapy is a modality that has changed our lives both personally and professionally, and we now get to share this with clients and with you. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, which sounds like a mouthful, but is a well researched and evidenced based trauma therapy. There are variant versions of it, but essentially this is a therapy that feels experiential and collaborative involving bilateral stimulation (sensation going across the body back and forth either through eyes, sound, tapping etc...) while talking through painful memories and/or experiences. This therapy has been around since the late 80's and has changed the game, giving hope to those with trauma from combat veterans to sexual assault victims, panic disorder and those processing major grief to name a few of the many symptoms it works for. In today's episode, we cover what EMDR is, how it works, who it's for, the misconceptions, and what to know if you plan to seek it out. This really is an EMDR 101 class. As therapists trained in EMDR, this method has given us such an opportunity to see things shift in people's lives beyond what talk therapy and other process therapies have been able to do. We really believe in its efficacy - which you'll hear in our passion on this episode - and hope that you can enjoy learning more about it and consider if you or a loved one would benefit from it. For more questions, do not hesitant to reach out to us at our IG @themindgrindpodcast or our email themindgrindpocast@gmail.com. Find the time, come and unwind, to the Mind Grind! - Beth and Dana

Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie
Let's Talk About B Vitamins and Functional Medicine with Julie Alsaker & Jessica Watterud

Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 54:17


Welcome to another episode with two Functional Health Practitioners.  Today, Dr. Kylie and Julie Alsaker discuss how she transitioned from her role as an ASL interpreter in the medical field, delivering messages, to finding her voice and helping people move away from fear-based decision-making. She also talks about her journey to overcoming Hashimoto's disease.  And then, Jessica Watterud shines the light on B Vitamins, sharing how B Vitamins impact our neurotransmitters, which we often associate with anxiety and depression, and how trauma affects most B Vitamins.  This episode with these two women will make you believe in the power of healing the whole person instead of just treating the symptoms. So make sure you give it a listen! Julie Alsaker is a Functional Blood Specialist, Nutrigenomics Advisor, and Holistic Health Professional. She is the founder of Better Than Normal Health and the host of https://anchor.fm/betterthannormalhealth (Easy+1 Podcast). Some folks fondly refer to her as “The 3rd Generation Crazy Lady.” Jessica Watterud is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a Functional Blood Specialist based in North Dakota. She is the founder of Path Toward Healing, her private Health Consultancy and Functional Medicine Practice.  “I wish people could understand the impact that their food makes.”   - Julie Alsaker “If your body is under stress, the mind isn't gonna allow you to heal because it's focusing on other things.” - Jessica Watterud In This Episode: - How do you get started as a sign language interpreter? - The most frustrating moment in the life of an ASL interpreter in the medical field and how Julie was affected by it  - Shifting your mindset and refusing to make decisions out of fear - How Julie is transitioning from being a messenger to delivering her message. What message would she tell her patients? - Significant changes Julie had to make to combat Hashimoto's disease - One thing you can do right now to start feeling better  - Jessica talks about the beautiful blend of counseling and functional medicine - What exactly is EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)? - Why do we need B Vitamins? - How can you supplement the lack of B Vitamins? - Jessica shares how she counsels people with anxiety and depression and helps them heal - Knowing what she knows now, what would Jessica do differently? And more! Resources: - https://www.amazon.com/Why-Are-Labs-Normal-background-ebook/dp/B09SF9PXRQ (Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed) - http://drkylieburton.com/programs/ (Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie Burton) Connect with Julie Alsaker: - https://betterthannormalhealth.com/ (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/betterthannormalhealth/ (Instagram) - https://www.facebook.com/BetterThanNormalHealth/ (Facebook) - https://anchor.fm/betterthannormalhealth (Easy+1 Podcast) Connect with Jessica Watterud: - http://pathtowardhealing.com/ (Website) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/385802117097948 (Facebook Group) Connect with Dr. Kylie: - https://drkylieburton.com/ (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/drkylieburton/ (Instagram) - https://web.facebook.com/drkylieburton/ (Facebook) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqJbAS6ocKydcjNiDQoauw (YouTube) *Sponsored by Systemic Formulas* - For all practitioners, join SF via the FB group I run:https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135 ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135) - For everyone else, learn about the products by following them on IG: https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= (https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) The brand new Mybyome products are now available too! Learn more at https://mybyome.com/products/ (mybyome.com). Order the Mybyome products now available at...

Enneagram+Yoga
The Wisdom of Brené Brown for Types 6 & 7 With Holly Wade, LCSW & Daring Way™ Facilitator

Enneagram+Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 25:23


During today's episode we talk with Holly Wade, LCSW and Enneagram 7 about The Wisdom of Brené Brown & the Enneagram. Holly is a licensed clinical social worker in Memphis, TN. She has worked across the spectrum of mental health levels of care and brings that experience with her into private practice. Holly specializes in helping people recover from difficult life experiences that some label as “trauma.” Trauma comes in many forms and we don't all know how to recognize it, but it shows up as anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other mental health problems. Trauma is often accompanied by shame and Holly has specialty training as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator at building shame resiliency. The Daring Greatly™, Rising Strong™ and Gifts of Imperfection treatment models are based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown and fall under the umbrella of The Daring Way™. In addition to her Daring Way™ training Holly is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and has extensive experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) from her training at Four Winds Hospital in Katona, New York. Her training in DBT and yoga classes at the local gym inspired Holly to gain more education in mindfulness. On a chance retreat to Kripalu Yoga Center in the Berkshire Mountains, Holly was introduced to the work of Jack Kornfield, PhD and has continued to practice and study Insight Meditation for the past ten years. In 2018 she took her yoga practice to the next level with a 200 hour RYT training at Yoga Landing in Chattanooga. Along the yoga journey Holly was introduced to the power of Breathwork by Ashley Ludman in Costa Rica. Holly has since continued to train with Ashley and develop her own skills as a breathwork facilitator. In 2022 Holly and her husband relocated to Memphis and she is excited to return to private practice focusing on creating a safe place for those who are in transition (divorce, grief, empty-nesting, job change), supporting a loved one with a substance use disorder diagnosis/severe mental illness, or recovering from emotional abuse or trauma. She will use her expertise to guide you towards healing and resilience for optimal functioning. She has a love for working with adolescents and their families as they transition through this formative time. Her practice is LGBTQ affirming and she strives for cultural competency at work and in the world. As part of her social work legacy, Holly is a social justice warrior and will always advocate for safety and acceptance for all persons. Holly's website is: www.hollywadelcsw.com Instagram Holly.Wade.LCSW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christy001/support

Mental Health Quest: The therapists office and beyond!
MHQ Episode 13: Eating Disorders. Special Expert Guest Stephanie Sarmiento.

Mental Health Quest: The therapists office and beyond!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 63:35


Stephanie Sarmiento, MA, LMFT (she/her/hers) Stephanie is dual licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor based in Southern California. She received her Master's in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine GSEP and proudly serves her alma mater as an Adjunct Professor. She worked in Applied Behavior Analysis for five years before discovering her passion for working in trauma and addiction. She is a certified Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapist and yoga teacher, and incorporates her experiences in mind-body practices throughout her therapeutic work. Stephanie finds it especially important to explore the influence of the social injustices, intergenerationality, and cultural and socioeconomic complexities of the human experience to address a big picture perspective on her client's adversities. Her current work focuses on an integrative, collaborative approach that highlights her client's unique set of gifts to recovery, healing and self-agency. When she's not connecting with family and friends, she connects back to herself by soaking up the sun, getting lost in books and new cities, and teaching her pup all the silliest tricks!   As always thank you to our Audio Editor Natalie Jones! You can find her portfolio at natjonesdesigner.com

Just Go F Yourself
Ep. 68 - The Body Keeps Score

Just Go F Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 37:07


Our body remembers everything we've been through, even if it's not in our conscious mind.    This week, Lisa is joined by Licensed Masters Social Worker and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist, Chelsey Valeri, for an episode on acknowledging and properly treating our trauma. Listen as they discuss the importance of stabilizing ourselves and recognizing what triggers our fight, flight, freeze, and collapse, so that we can navigate through our automatic responses, and learn to live a stress free life!   This episode is a reminder that we don't have to continue re-traumatizing ourselves by having one foot in the past and one in the present. Therapy can teach us what "safety" really feels like so that we can heal from the inside out.   To learn more about Lisa and Just Go F Yourself visit www.justgofyourself.com.

A Quest for Well-Being
How To Bring Intentionality To Our Daily Lives

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 40:11


— You are experiencing an intentional life? Do you know what it really means to be intentional and what it is like to do think and act with intention? And most important, can we all live intentionally? Valeria interviews Kelsey Schad  — she is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Texas and holds a master's degree in psychology as well as master's in counseling from Houston Baptist University (HBU). During her time at HBU she completed a thesis on ‘Media Influence and Symptoms Associated with Eating Disorders, ‘ which led her to practice in both inpatient and outpatient hospital settings that focused on mental health and addiction related disorders. Through this work she found purpose in advocacy and helping populations that are deeply stigmatized as well as underserved. She took this passion to a Residential Treatment Facility (RTC) where she provided therapy services to adolescent females in Child Protective Services (CPS) who had significant trauma history as well as maladaptive behaviors.  Currently, Kelsey works at a Prosperity Counseling Services, which is a private practice in Katy, Texas. She specializes in trauma work and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization's Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Kelsey's passion is rooted in trauma and how attachment styles are impacted. She finds significant value in understanding how we learn to love and how we integrate ourselves into relationships by exploring childhood unmet needs, lack of praise, emotional neglect, and high achievement expectations. To learn more about Kelsey Schad and her work, please visit: psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/kelsey-schad-katy-tx/937865 and prosperitycounseling.org/staff/kelsey-schad-lpc/               — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well. 

Enneagram+Yoga
The Wisdom of Brené Brown for Enneagram Types 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 With Holly Wade, LCSW & Enneatype 7

Enneagram+Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 57:31


During today's episode we talk with Holly Wade, LCSW and Enneagram 7 about The Wisdom of Brené Brown & the Enneagram. Holly is a licensed clinical social worker in Memphis, TN. She has worked across the spectrum of mental health levels of care and brings that experience with her into private practice. Holly specializes in helping people recover from difficult life experiences that some label as “trauma.” Trauma comes in many forms and we don't all know how to recognize it, but it shows up as anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other mental health problems. Trauma is often accompanied by shame and Holly has specialty training as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator at building shame resiliency. The Daring Greatly™, Rising Strong™ and Gifts of Imperfection treatment models are based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown and fall under the umbrella of The Daring Way™. In addition to her Daring Way™ training Holly is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and has extensive experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) from her training at Four Winds Hospital in Katona, New York. Her training in DBT and yoga classes at the local gym inspired Holly to gain more education in mindfulness. On a chance retreat to Kripalu Yoga Center in the Berkshire Mountains, Holly was introduced to the work of Jack Kornfield, PhD and has continued to practice and study Insight Meditation for the past ten years. In 2018 she took her yoga practice to the next level with a 200 hour RYT training at Yoga Landing in Chattanooga. Along the yoga journey Holly was introduced to the power of Breathwork by Ashley Ludman in Costa Rica. Holly has since continued to train with Ashley and develop her own skills as a breathwork facilitator. In 2022 Holly and her husband relocated to Memphis and she is excited to return to private practice focusing on creating a safe place for those who are in transition (divorce, grief, empty-nesting, job change), supporting a loved one with a substance use disorder diagnosis/severe mental illness, or recovering from emotional abuse or trauma. She will use her expertise to guide you towards healing and resilience for optimal functioning. She has a love for working with adolescents and their families as they transition through this formative time. Her practice is LGBTQ affirming and she strives for cultural competency at work and in the world. As part of her social work legacy, Holly is a social justice warrior and will always advocate for safety and acceptance for all persons. Holly's website is: www.hollywadelcsw.com Instagram Holly.Wade.LCSW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christy001/support

LET'S GO!
Dr. Ashley Massimino

LET'S GO!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 89:47


Dr. Ashley Massimino is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist who works for the third largest law enforcement agency in the United States.  Dr. Massimino specializes in treating trauma, substance abuse, chronic pain and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and is trained to provide Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.   Her private practice provides a confidential law-enforcement sensitive service for active-duty military, veterans, law enforcement, first responders, health care professionals, and their families.  Dr. Massimino is also the host of the Staff Assistant Podcast.  The Staff Assistant Podcast is designed to assist and educate law enforcement personnel about mental health issues and managing work related stress.  With the goal of normalizing therapy and trauma, the podcast explores each guest's history of trauma, personal and professional, while capturing the unique challenges law enforcement and first responders face each day. Listen in and enjoy, LET'S GO!!

Twins Talk it Up Podcast
Twins Talk it Up Episode 118: Executive Therapy

Twins Talk it Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 56:34


There are resources available for business owners, management and executives to support their mental wellness. We welcome our friend Mandy Morris to the program to share how an emphasis on this area can not only lead to a healthier leader, but also to a more profitable and productive organization. Mandy is a therapist, speaker, author, and mental health expert. She is also a co-founder of Mosaic Counseling Group.Do you have any limiting beliefs, struggle with imposter syndrome, or have been overcome with self-sabotaging behaviors? Mandy shares about her Success DNA program and how its 3 Phases can be broken down into segments: S - Subsurface Exploration (understanding your Operating System)U - Uncover TriggersC - Compounded Life ExperiencesC - Current ProblemsE - Engaging SolutionsS - Set up AccountabilityS - System, New DNA95% of our brain activity is subconscious. We may have unhealthy or limiting beliefs that require unlearning that which does not serve us. Success DNA is designed to discover and strengthen personal and organizational leadership psychology and principles to unlock potential and activate a new system into strategic systems of growth for the executive and their business. The purpose of the program is to EMDR or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing training is another effective tool, with a 90% effective success rate. Psychological safety and good organizational culture are vital for thriving organizations, with many identifying emotional intelligence or EQ as a key trait for healthy leadership. When discussing anger and anger management, Mandy stated that, 'it's not about right or wrong. It's not about winning or losing it. It's about relationships, and it has to be about relationships'. To learn more about Mandy and her work, visit therapistmandy.com--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp

History. Culture. Trauma
What is EMDR? Is it Right for You?

History. Culture. Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 60:00


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. It is a well-studied and highly effective treatment for those who have experienced trauma or have been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. In this week's episode, we will speak with Yunetta Smith, one of few African American EMDR certified therapist. Yunetta Smith is a thriving Therapreneur (Therapist + Entrepreneur) CEO and founder of Spring Forth Counseling and Ground Breakers Coaching and Consulting. Yunetta is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the States of TN, KY, and ID, as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor, Clinical Trauma Professional, and EMDR Therapist/Approved Consultant. Yunetta specializes in helping black and brown folks navigate childhood trauma that manifests in adulthood, working exclusively with public figures, professionals, pastors, and practitioners. She works diligently to spread awareness through various media platforms including the weekly “Talk it out Tuesday” segment on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show, co-hosting the Deeper than the Diet Podcast, and self-publishing her self-care workbook, “Take the Struggle out of Self Care”. Yunetta is a groundbreaker, a stigma breaker, and a cycle breaker who cultivates spaces for healing, wholeness, compassion, and change. It is her hope that you will EMBRACE taking off your mask, EMBODY standing in your truth, and EXPERIENCE loving what you see.

Welcome To The Winners Circle
#102: Jenna Hamm - Felt Sense Therapy

Welcome To The Winners Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 68:44


On episode 102 of Welcome To The Winners Circle, Derek Pang and co-host Bianca Léger interview Jenna Hamm (IG: @feltsensewpg; www.jennahamm.com) a clinical social worker and registered Yoga teacher with a primary interest in teaching clients how to heal from complex trauma and nervous system dysregulation. She operates her practice from a deep understanding of trauma and attachment disruptions; using a combination of Polyvagal Theory, Internal Family Systems, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Integrative Medicine, and somatic practices. Here are some of the subjects we touched on: - what she loves about her world right now - her personal mission - the various approaches she uses to help her clients heal - Polyvagal Theory - Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) - EMDR therapy (eye movement desensitization reprocessing) - how she uses EMDR in her personal life - how Yoga has helped her as an individual and as a clinician - her journey to become a therapist - daily self-care practices - dealing with resistance - an acknowledgement of mentors and primary takeaways learnt from them - the greatest life lesson she has learnt so far - recovery being possible for everybody - overcoming neuroinflammatory disorder - dangers of mold exposure at home - hope I hope you guys enjoy this podcast as much as we did. We are all on the same path, The Hero's Journey, just at different points along the way. Thank you so much for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: WTTWC Podcast: @wttwc Derek Pang - @pangyoga Bianca Léger - @bee.leger https://www.welcometothewinnerscircle.com

Thriving Adoptees - Inspiration For Adoptive Parents & Adoptees
How Adoptees Change - Safety, Addiction & More With Dr Brett Furst

Thriving Adoptees - Inspiration For Adoptive Parents & Adoptees

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 56:29


Adoptee & therapist Brett dives deep into how we change. We want to change and yet the work involved seems daunting. Why is that? How does safety keep us stuck? How does adoption impact safety? Where's the freedom from this for adoptees? It's an empowering and uplifting conversation. Here's some info on Brett and the Center he works at from their website.Dr. Brett Furst holds a B.S. in Child and Adolescent Development from The University of California, Davis, an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Chapman University, and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has his Doctorate in Psychology from Alliant International University. Dr. Furst is a fully trained, EMDRIA approved, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist. Dr. Furst, in addition to his focus on the underlying causes of addiction, specializes in academic and educational difficulties, and provides supportive services to those clients pursuing continuing education at PACE, including managing ADHD symptoms, proper study habits, and processing difficulties, from a therapeutic lens. Therapeutically, Brett comes from a Gestalt perspective, placing emphasis on the exploration of the authentic self and how inauthenticity and the negative personas clients create contribute to their unhealthy habits and the disconnection from themselves through substance. Dr. Furst has worked at several local treatment facilities where he has customized several young adult curriculums. Brett has also developed one of the first experiential poetry groups, and finds group work to be some of the most rewarding he has done. He enjoys spending time with his family and dog, and exploring new parts of his native Orange County.https://www.linkedin.com/in/brettfurst/https://fursttherapy.com/At PACE Recovery Center, we believe in empowering our clients to fulfill their own particular dreams. We believe that Positive Attitudes Change Everything. Our trained addiction treatment staff will help our clients identify their specific recovery goals, and help them achieve them. From our home base in Orange County, we also provide in-depth mental health services that address the root issues driving addiction and mental illness. Once men leave our program, they have all the tools they need to thrive in recovery.Giving Men the Skills for SobrietyLong-term sobriety is more than simply not using alcohol or drugs, it is about living life. Helping our clients develop life skills, educational aims, or vocational goals not only teaches them about responsibility and accountability, but also helps improve their self-esteem.https://www.instagram.com/pacerecovery/https://www.facebook.com/PaceRecoveryCenterLLChttps://www.pacerecoverycenter.com/

Let's Sleep On It: Reclaiming Parenthood
The Autonomic Nervous System + What is Happening in the Nervous System of Babies & Parents During Sleep Training with Jenna Hamm

Let's Sleep On It: Reclaiming Parenthood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 81:53


In this episode, I'm joined by Jenna Hamm to discuss the stages of the autonomic nervous system and how it works, what is happening to the infant's nervous system during non-responsive sleep training, and what happens to a parent's nervous system during infant distress.  Jenna is a clinical social worker and yoga teacher from Manitoba, Canada. She is trained in Polyvagal Theory, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Internal Family Systems. Jenna also holds a certification in nutrition and integrative medicine for mental health.Her private practice is centered around empowerment through education and healing from past events and trauma of all kinds. Jenna's clients experience a creative integration of many modalities to promote the best possible outcomes. She is not interested in providing symptom management but rather, complete healing and the reversal of internal suffering. Jenna works with a diverse client-base with a wide range of histories and related survival strategies. Her approach works with most individuals because of her thorough understanding of human biology, the autonomic nervous system, and the psyche. Jenna strives to teach and inspire everyone to trust in their ability to recover from anything. You can find Jenna here: Polyvagal Theory Fundamentals Journey to Self: Exploring Parts Work Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylorkulik/support

Where Do We Go From Here
109: Therapy After Purity Culture (part 1)

Where Do We Go From Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 56:47


Therapy after Purity Culture - have you been on the fence about it? We're here to convince you to give it a try. We know that purity culture can be experienced as a trauma, and therapist Jamie Williams is here to talk to us about: the impact of rigid thinking on our minds what happens when our bodies feel unsafe in religious spaces how to spot dysfunctional relationship patterns trauma re-enactments in dating EMDR and future templating On Instagram and Twitter this week, we'll be sharing tips as well. Full show notes here Join us as a partner to hear this week's conversation between Jess & Devi about some feel-good views and the heresies evangelicals in the US believe. For $3/month (USD) you'll get three exclusive episodes a month, and a ticket to the Green Room at the end of the month.   Jamie Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and the founder of Prosperity Counseling Services. With over 10 years of experience in helping others thrive through adversity, she has witnessed, professionally and personally, the growth we can all make with the right support and tools. Jamie has worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, mood swings, anger, relationship issues, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, mood disorders, postpartum symptoms, parenting problems, self-esteem and those who have experienced trauma in many forms. Her therapeutic approach combines Gestalt, Narrative, Jungian Analysis, Experiential, and trauma-focused counseling modalities such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Jamie is also certified in and utilizes Integrative Somatic Parts Work and Neurofeedback. Jamie holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Child and Family studies from Arizona State University and a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling.She is also currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Saybrook University. Jamie is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas (#69979). Connect with her on Instagram.

Soul Grit
What is EMDR?

Soul Grit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 41:22


Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is one of the top methods for treating trauma. In this episode, Ann is joined by Monica Helvie, LMFT, a trauma specialist and EMDR Consultant. Monica explains how EMDR works and how Christians can tap into the natural healing that God created for our minds and bodies. Find out more about Monica at www.monicahelvie.com and on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/monicahelvielmft/ (@monicahelvielmft). Follow https://my.captivate.fm/www.instagram.com/soulgritresources (@soulgritresources) on FB and IG and email your questions and comments to info@soulgritresources.com. Sign up at https://my.captivate.fm/www.soulgritresources.com (www.soulgritresources.com) to be the first to know about new blogs, episodes, and more. 

Behind The Line
Alternative Approaches to Healing: OEI & EMDR

Behind The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 22:43


Show Notes:As we continue in our series on alternative approached to healing, today I am sharing about my background in using Observed Experiential Integration (OEI) as well as a related therapeutic approach called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Both of these therapies integrate neurological understandings of trauma/high stress experiences and the ways these experiences map themselves out into the brain and body. Both approaches rely very little on talking and much more of visual processing. Listen in to hear how they work and how they can be of tremendous benefit to First Responders and Front Line Workers struggling with posttraumatic stress, burnout, compassion fatigue, anxiety, panic, and other occupational stress injuries. For Further Reading…OEI:https://sightpsych.com/https://www.researchgate.net/publication/232561961_Observed_Experiential_Integration_OEI_Discovery_and_Development_of_a_New_Set_of_Trauma_Therapy_Techniqueshttps://thrive-life.ca/innovation-in-trauma-therapy-oei/EMDR:https://www.emdria.org/about-emdr-therapy/https://www.apa.org/ptsd-guideline/treatments/eye-movement-reprocessingEpisode Challenge:Reflect on where you're at and what you might need by using our free Beating the Breaking Point Indicators Checklist & Triage Guide. Complete our listener feedback survey and be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card as a thank you for helping us make Behind the Line even better! Jump here to complete the survey now.Additional Resources:Don't forget to complete our listener feedback survey and be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card as a thank you for helping us make Behind the Line even better! Jump here to complete the survey now.Connect, Rate, Review, Subscribe & Share!Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram, or email me at support@thrive-life.ca. I love hearing from you! Subscribe and share this podcast with those you know. I appreciate every like, rating and review – every single one helps this podcast to be seen by other First Responders & Front Line Workers out there. Help me on my mission to help others just like you to not only survive, but to thrive – both on the job and off.

Be Whole. Be Well. Be Wise.
Identifying Trauma and What to Do With It

Be Whole. Be Well. Be Wise.

Play Episode Play 40 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 64:20


Come nerd out with Sarah and I today as we talk through the basics of trauma, neuroscience, and grounding techniques to get your brain back to baseline during a triggering event. Learn about your survival, emotional, and logical sides of your brain and their responses to trauma, AND what you can do about it!If you don't think you have experienced trauma, listen for a friend. If you have, know that you are not alone, and you are not broken. Your brain has just been responding the best way that it knows how. Until now!Sarah R DeLoach, MSW, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who practices Clinical Counseling and other Therapeutic Supports in private practice in Owensboro, KY. Sarah has extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy(DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing(EMDR). She is passionate about helping others grow, heal, and create a life worth living. Aside from her role as Therapist, Sarah is a wife to Stephen and a mother to her three kiddos Everett, James Shepherd & Willow. In her spare time she is an avid DIYer who thrives on designing spaces in her home to be beautiful to look at and functional to use for her family.

Paychecks & Balances
EMDR and the Power of Processing Trauma ft. Diania Merriam - TMWS10

Paychecks & Balances

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 55:19


It's been over a month since my last update. I catch folks up on what happened at track nationals and my journey over the past couple years. I'm  also joined by EconoMe Conference founder, Diania Merriam, who candidly shares her mental health journey and experience with the therapy modality that's helped her most: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). If you've ever heard of or wondered about EMDR, this episode is for you. Jump to 10:20 to go directly to the interview. Trigger Warning: discussion of death/lossAs always, talk to a professional before doing anything you heard on a podcast! This is for informational and entertainment purposes only.

The Creative Psychotherapist
VFTS 2022 7 | Peggy Kolodny & Salicia Mazero | Integrating EMDR, IFS & Art Therapy

The Creative Psychotherapist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:09


FEATURED GUESTS: Peggy Kolodny MA ATR-BC LCPAT, is a Board Certified, Registered and Licensed Art Therapist with level 2 certificates in IFS and in EMDR, specializing in trauma treatment across the life span. She is the founder of the group private practice, Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills.Currently, Peggy is adjunct faculty with George Washington University's Art Therapy Graduate Program as well as multiple professional training faculties. (Chesapeake Beach Play Therapy Seminars; The Ferentz Institute; and The Expressive Therapies Summits). She is on the Board of the Maryland Art Therapy Association, is a past president, and is their delegate to the American Art Therapy Association. Peggy is the current Chair of the International Society on the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Creative Arts Therapies Special Interest Group. Past faculties include University of Maryland, School of Social Work, Goucher College, and Maryland Institute, College of Art. Recent publications include 2 chapters in Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addictions and Trauma (Quinn, 2021) ; and a co-authored chapter with Salicia Mazero "The Interweave of Internal Family Systems, EMDR and Art Therapy" in “EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies” (Davis, Fitzgerald, Jacobs and Marchand, Routledge release October 2022). Past positions, back in the 1980's to the 1990's, include Chair of the Central Maryland Sexual Abuse Treatment Task Force, Vice Chair of the Maryland Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, and Director of a nonprofit clinical trauma treatment agency, The Family Connection. She truly has been working as an art therapist with trauma populations for 40 years since her graduation from George Washington University's Art Therapy Program. Salicia Mazero, MA, LPC, ATR, CEDS-S, is a licensed professional counselor, registered art therapist and a certified eating disorder specialist and supervisor practicing in St Louis, MO. Salicia is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Over the past 10 years, Salicia has worked in two treatment centers focusing on treating eating disorders before transitioning to private practice. Salicia serves as the president of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals St. Louis chapter. She is also on the board of directors of the Missouri Eating Disorder Association and a presenter for their Feed the Facts program educating students and teachers about eating disorders and prevention in the school system. She presents nationwide annually on art therapy, IFS, and eating disorder treatment. Salicia recently co-authored a chapter on Art Therapy, IFS and EMDR in the book EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies. LISTEN & LEARN: A general overview of Internal Family Systems Therapy created by Richard Schwartz. The three main parts and the roles they play. How EMDR, IFS and art therapy can effectively by integrated. The 8 C's of self. Role of Self Energy. How presenting professionally lead to collaboration and opportunities for publishing. RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Peggy Kolodny's practice Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills www.arttherapycollective.vpweb.com Email Peggy at pkolodny@yahoo.com Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills Facebook Page Salicia Mazero's practice Creating Your Journey, LLC creatingyourjourneyllc.com Visit our website for resources & summit session

Chicana Moms
Season 6. Ep. 19: Parenting While Hurting with Georgina Garay, Lozano, MFT

Chicana Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:16


Georgina Garay-Lozano is a Latina therapist and life coach. Georgina understands that early childhood impacts the way we live our lives today and holds space for healing our inner child. Working with Georgina means diving deep and sometimes exploring hurt that happened in our family in prior generations. Holding space for past hurt and resiliency helps with being more present. Georgina is a trauma trained therapist and uses Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for relief of symptoms. Georgina is also a mom and recovering parentified child who is discovering new interests. https://www.instagram.com/georginagaraylozano/ https://www.tiktok.com/@georgigaray

Starve the Ego Feed the Soul
Relational Programming with Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick

Starve the Ego Feed the Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 48:59


To sign up for my Navigating Grief and Loss Course for $50 off during the pre-sale go here https://www.nicobarraza.com/grieflosscourseIf you are interested in working together one one one, either as an individual or couple go here https://www.nicobarraza.com/Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick, PhD, LPC, is the guest this week and we talk all things relational programing, specifically how to become aware of your emotional inheritance to not only understand your patterned behavior in relationships, but change the undesirable parts that may be causing damage and division within your dating and partnering. You can find Dr. Liz on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drelizabethfedrick/And see her work via her company https://www.evolvecounselingaz.com/BioDr. Elizabeth Fedrick a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona and is trained in various therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Child-Parent Psychotherapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She has a doctoral degree in Psychology, as well as a master's degree in Professional Counseling. Dr. Fedrick specializes in working with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, attachment, grief and loss, life transitions, and personal improvement (including motivation & self-esteem). She provides an integrated approach to treatment and believes that counseling should be individualized to the specific needs of each client. Dr. Fedrick believes in providing her clients with the essential tools and resources needed in order to obtain the healing and change they are seeking, as well as to maintain this transformation long-term. She finds it extremely important to provide a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment for all of her clients. ​Dr. Fedrick is also a professor at Grand Canyon University, where she teaches behavioral health and psychology courses. She also co-hosts a YouTube and podcast channel, Evolve Counseling, geared towards parenting and other various mental health topics. Dr. Fedrick presents mental health talks throughout her community, as well as authors mental health articles for various media outlets. 

Bowel Moments
Meet Courtney Robert, LCSW!

Bowel Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 53:52


This week we talk to Courtney Robert, LCSW! Courtney is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist for the IBD Center at GI Alliance in Baton Rouge, LA! We talked to her about the IBD Center that they're building that provides a holistic approach to IBD care. We discuss trauma in IBD and the therapeutic technique called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). It's a really fascinating and really effective technique to help people with trauma and post traumatic stress. We also talked about gut-directed hypnotherapy and guided imagery. We learned a lot from Courtney and we know you will too!Thanks to our sponsor- Romanwell!Follow us on Instagram!Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on Twitter!  Links: - Info from the EMDR Institute, Inc. - An article about gut-directed hypnosis and IBD- U of Michigan featuring Dr. Megan Riehl- Yoga, Breathing, and Meditation examples- GI Research Foundation- UChicago Medicine- Mindfulness in IBD video- Crohn's and Colitis Canada- Coping Strategies to Improve Mental Health- Crohn's & Colitis Foundation 

Behind The Line
When Talking Doesn't Work (Alternative Approaches to Helping Series)

Behind The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:59


Show Notes:I've been trying to lean in to the openness to the not knowing more generally in life these last many months. It's not my knee-jerk – I'm pretty hardwired toward planning, perseverating, anxiety and hyper-controlling. Settling in to the unknown and trusting that I'll have what I need whenever I end up needing it – trusting that I have done what I can and allowing the rest to fall where it may – is not usually in my comfort zone. Yet, I'm finding it to be my saving grace lately. Curiosity and trust. Those are the muscles I am exercising a lot more regularly, and it's been really cool to see how this allows me to relax into uncertain situations without sacrificing any of my capacity to be meaningfully involved or capable. I don't think I'm alone in trying to micro-manage and control things in an effort to make everything be ok – my hunch is you might be in the same boat. Given that, you may also understand how uncomfortable it can be to try to shift from that mode to something less vigilant and “on top of things”. But it's been simpler. Calmer. Nicer in a lot of ways. And it has allowed me to consider and explore ideas I wouldn't normally have even allowed space to exist. Now, that has been true in my world and life generally but also as it relates to my work and the topic we're kicking off with for Season 3 of Behind the Line. A few months ago we had a guest on the show, you might remember, Kelsi Sheren from Brass & Unity. As a quick recap, Kelsi is a retired artillery gunner with the Canadian Armed Forces. She shared her story of experiencing PTSD and struggling with treatment resistance to traditional or conventional therapeutic interventions. I so valued this conversation and her calling out of the limitations of many conventional therapy models – because the truth is that they don't work for everyone. And I really appreciated that she brought up a topic that in my profession is still pretty controversial, but I believe is really important, and that is the topic of psychedelics for PTSD treatment. When she brought it up I honestly had a moment of shock – not because of what she was sharing but because I realized that we had not yet spoken of this in a year and a half of this show existing. We did a whole series on therapy in the fall of 2021, and somehow I missed talking about some key pieces. As soon as I got off the interview with Kelsi, I reached out to 2 colleagues and asked them to schedule interviews for a new series I wanted to do to kick off season 3, and so here we are and we are jumping in talking about alternative treatment modalities for those who are struggling to find the right fit in conventional therapy.Over the coming weeks I am going to introduce you to two amazing clinicians and the ways that they work outside of the conventions of traditional talk therapy to support healing and change. You'll hear from my friend and colleague, Claire Weiss who specializes in Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy, as well as my colleague, Michael Mariano who specializes in neurotherapy. You'll also hear from me about non-verbal trauma processing approaches like EMDR which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing; and OEI which stands for Observed Experiential Integration. For today, I want to start by talking about why talking doesn't always work. Let's start with this. As a therapist, I may be biased, but I genuinely believe therapy works. I have witnessed time and time again the incredible power of the therapeutic process, including the influence of talk therapy in shaping or reshaping how we think, feel and engage in the world. I have had so many opportunities to watch people make substantial shifts and live lives more aligned with their core values. I have seen people re-write their internal narratives and discover freedom from the stories they were handed. I have myself been shaped by therapy, growing from the opportunity to look more closely and intentionally at myself, my choices, my ways of perceiving, and considering alternative ways to going about it to be more the person I want to be. I want to be clear that I am not saying that talk therapy isn't helpful – on the contrary, it can be incredibly helpful and consequential in changing someone's life. That said, it has it's place and it has it's limitations, and chief among it's limitations is in the processing and healing from trauma.We have talked on this show a number of times about how traumatic experiences get encoded into our brains. We've talked about how the regions of the brain associated with trauma memory as unique and struggle with things like time and context. One of the other things these regions struggle with is language. That's right, when we store traumatic memories, we store them in a part of the brain that doesn't have particularly keen access to our language center. Our brain has to work hard to connect the memory to words to describe it, and often when people share about their traumatic experiences they find that they stumble trying to find the right words, or randomly blank on words. The part of our brain that is awesome at language is our frontal lobe, which is also where we do our really good thinking, decision making, learning, and so on. As we've identified in many other episodes, the frontal lobe part of your brain essentially gets turned off when trauma happens, and this also occurs when we go into memory recall of traumatic events. Whenever we are putting demand on the part of our brain that manages stress and stores trauma, our brain recalibrates itself to give more resources to the stress center and less resources to other parts of the brain including our frontal lobe. So think about that for a minute – if you are going for therapy to work on traumatic experiences or the impact of trauma over time, and you are being asked to recall or share about the impact trauma has had for you – the act of doing what needs to be done means that language is automatically reduced. Which means that talk therapy is going to have a MUCH harder time accessing what it needs to, and supporting you in navigating what you need to move through, in an effort to rewire how your brain has stored that traumatic information. Talk therapy for trauma can feel very slow and very difficult, as it leaves people sitting in their traumatic experiences with minimal equipping to move through and out of it. It rests heavily on talking being the tool that gets us through, but the part of the brain that connects with that isn't likely to be online. Unfortunately when people have tried talk therapy and found it ineffective in helping them with their trauma and symptoms, they tend to scrap therapy altogether. But what if there are other ways at getting to your brain that don't rely so heavily on a skill that isn't online? What if we can find some workarounds that get us there through some sneaky back doors?For decades now trauma therapists around the world have been searching for the back doors. We have been working to be creative and emerging brain science has helped move us forward in better understanding how we can access and reprogram trauma. I won't say that we have all the answers, because man alive, the brain is a complex thing and I'm not sure we've even scratched the surface of all that there is to know about how it works. But I will say that we have learned a lot and that we're taking what we're learning and working really hard to find better ways to provide support to people who don't find conventional therapy to be doing the trick. I remember about 6 years ago I went to a training by one of my psychology idols, Bessel van der Kolk. Dr. van der Kolk is known as a trauma expert. He has been at the forefront of the most significant and consequential research related to trauma, he has acted in roles of leadership within the most significant bodies related to trauma work, and if you do what I do, you have read everything he has ever written and admire his dedication to serving people better. He shared during this training about his work before learning about EMDR. He talked about the limitations he kept running into and the “treatment resistance” he observed in so many trauma clients. He shared about the lack of outcomes in treatment research, or outcomes being really limited and hardly passing a level of significance. He shared about how he started hearing about this thing called EMDR and that he thought it sounded like nonsense. There's no way anything could give the results EMDR had been found to offer. Then he shared about his experience with a specific client who he could not figure out what to do with. Nothing was working. All of his best work wasn't touching this persons trauma. So he sent her to a colleague who did EMDR, and the gains this client made were so substantial that he couldn't deny the efficacy of this intervention. He got trained in EMDR soon after and has since been one of the most considerable contributors to research related to EMDR and PTSD. Now, we'll get into the specifics of EMDR later in this series, and I'll be clear that I don't think EMDR is a universal answer to trauma either – but the point I'm trying to make is that we need to be open to the possibility that the problem isn't that our trauma can't be helped, but rather we need to get curious about whether the intervention that's being used is the best way to work at helping our trauma. What if, instead of calling it quits after a few unsatisfying talk therapy sessions, and feeling like we aren't fixable, we instead asked questions about other options, and sought out alternatives that could bring different relief? Let me say really quick that this requires you as the consumer of a service to know that there are more options available. …And that kind of sucks. It shouldn't have to be your responsibility to know and seek out alternatives – I think this should be made more easily available and accessible, but we live in a managed care system that does ask more of you than it should. Advocating for yourself and not giving up will fall to you. I hate that that's true, because often when we're struggling with something like PTSD we don't have the sense of capacity to do more for ourselves, we just need help. Yet, this is where we're at, and I hope that at minimum, episodes like this help you feel more aware and discerning as you seek support and equip you with questions to ask, things to watch for, and the ability to pull the plug on something that isn't working to find something that will if you aren't getting your needs met. Over the coming weeks we will talk about three specific treatment interventions offered by specialized clinicians and practitioners. My hope is that you might hear something you gravitate towards and that you'll be inspired to continue seeking support and ensuring your wellbeing. Your wellness is critical. We are living in a time where we need every person, every person who is able to contribute to making the world a better, safer place. We need you, and we need you well. We need you to keep helping, in whatever role or capacity that might be, because goodness knows the world has been in an increasingly tough spot. Investing in you can't be optional, we need you too much for that. So I hope you'll continue listening over the coming weeks and that you'll take something away that will shape how you invest in you.Episode Challenge:Take 5 minutes to complete our listener feedback survey!! Help shape the future of Behind the Line to ensure that it is meeting your needs and covering topics that matter most to you. If you complete the survey before September 30th you will be entered to win a $50 amazon gift card!Complete the Behind the Line Listener Feedback Survey, here.Reflect on where you're at and what you might need by using our free Beating the Breaking Point Indicators Checklist & Triage Guide. Additional Resources:Enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card by taking 5 minutes to complete our Behind the Line listener feedback survey, here.Connect, Rate, Review, Subscribe & Share!Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram, or email me at support@thrive-life.ca. I love hearing from you! Subscribe and share this podcast with those you know. I appreciate every like, rating and review – every single one helps this podcast to be seen by other First Responders & Front Line Workers out there. Help me on my mission to help others just like you to not only survive, but to thrive – both on the job and off. 

As Long As I'm Living, rebuilding our Happier Ever Afters after infant loss (SIDS)
All About EMDR, an Interview with Trauma Therapist Rebecca Munini

As Long As I'm Living, rebuilding our Happier Ever Afters after infant loss (SIDS)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 43:42


Alina has talked about EMDR a lot on the podcast, and today we are finally going to talk all about it with Rebecca Munini, Alina's trauma therapist! EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and it is an evidence-based trauma treatment modality that changed Alina's life. Every week for a year, Alina sat in Rebecca's office and reprocessed the trauma of finding Quinn dead (...and many other things). What is EMDR? What is trauma, how does it manifest in the body? How is trauma different than grief, and how can they intersect? What does the process of EMDR look like? Is EMDR right for me? How do I find an EMDR therapist? Rebecca answers these questions and more! You can find Rebecca here. ::: Things we talk about in this episode: - Francine Shapiro and the history of EMDR - "Traumatic grief is a sense-losing event..." - Glenda Dickonson ::: Follow As Long As I'm Living on Instagram at @aslongasimlivingpodcast, send us an email at aslongasimlivingpodcast@gmail.com, or visit us at anchor.fm/aslongasimliving! We would love to hear from you! ::: As Long As I'm Living is a podcast about life, love, and laughter after infant loss. Judith and Alina are rebuilding Happier Ever After one day at a time despite excruciating grief and trauma and offering support to grievers of all flavors, but especially those who have lost a baby to SIDS, infant death, birth accidents, stillbirth, TFMR, ectopic pregnancy, or miscarriage. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aslongasimliving/message

the UMcast - Uncensored Moms Podcast
Ep. 76: My Body, My Anxiety

the UMcast - Uncensored Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 55:52


Anxiety is the new black. And we're basically in mourning. Are we all feeling more anxious lately? Is it from some pandemic letdown? Are we just more aware of it in the culture and so we notice it more than before? No clue. We have no answers, but let's talk about it! We mention EMDR and now we know what it stands for: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - yeah, we would never have guessed that. Divorce - let us celebrate this brave decision! We're not saying it's easy but maybe it can be something we respect as a hopeful, sound choice. And when you think about it, aren't lifetime partners kinda the weirder option here? The rarer possibility? The unicorn? Are we all watching Black Bird? Yes. Body Image Issues for us Gen X / Millennial kids constantly consuming our minds with size, weight, calories, comparison, the forever quest for a “good body” - how did we get like this and can we evolve past these dumb, limiting ideas? Can we truly see past our looks and find self satisfaction? And what do we say to our kids when these things come up? Things We're Loving: Burritos and Hot Sauce - slight obsession happening for Vicki rn https://www.evolfoods.com/breakfast/burritos/egg-green-chile https://sietefoods.com/collections/hot-sauce/products/traditional-hot-sauce-4-bottles Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up by Selma Blair (audiobook) https://libro.fm/audiobooks/9780593591598-mean-baby?bookstore=bookshoporg All of This: A Memoir of Death and Desire by Rebecca Wolf https://bookshop.org/books/all-of-this-a-memoir-of-death-and-desire-9780063052673/9780063052673 **** Connect with us on Instagram & Twitter: @theumcast Via email: theumcast@gmail.com Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, rate and review. And if you like what you heard, tell a friend or two or ten! Thank you so much for listening and following along with us. We really appreciate this little community of ours. And by ours, we mean you and us, ours.

Healthy Love and Money
The Value of Financial Therapy and Fostering Financial Intimacy: With Nathan Astle

Healthy Love and Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 45:12


Today, Ed is joined by Nathan Astle, a licensed marriage and family therapist. Through witnessing the conflict in his parents' marriage and developing healthy behaviors in his own, Nathan developed an interest in the ways in which money impacted mental health and relationship health. He explains financial flashpoints, a term coined by Brad Klontz, which are emotionally charged memories around money. He then describes the concept of money script inventory, which is an assessment used to look at different money beliefs, like money avoidance. Nathan highlights the importance of financial intimacy, by which he means a closeness and trust built on shared desires and values in your relationship regarding financial ventures. He shares his perspective on attachment theory, which is based in the idea that, “we have needs as humans to connect with others, and to connect in ways that help us feel safe and secure.” Trust, he explains, is built through secure attachments in our youth. For couples, this manifests in a need to feel safe in a relationship, not just physically, but emotionally. Money can easily cause insecurity for a person, and so it is important in maintaining a healthy relationship that when there is conflict, that security doesn't feel threatened. They discuss coping mechanisms for insecurity, and why it's difficult to recognize these behaviors in the moment they are happening. Sometimes, they explain, it can be difficult to work past attachment reflexes, even in healthy relationships. Nathan explains how couples therapy has helped work through these things in his own marriage, helping him understand his own attachment style and combat unhealthy thoughts and behaviors that might stem from it. They talk about the importance of context in analyzing these behaviors, and how it's important to recognize missteps as an exception within and otherwise unhealthy relationship and to assign the behavior to the circumstance rather than the person's character. Nathan examines the ways in which trauma can affect one's attachment relationship, and how that then manifests in the way they approach money. He talks about EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, which is an alternative to talk therapy that has been proven beneficial to treating trauma. They close in discussing the importance of understanding control, emphasizing that a good financial therapist should ask their client, In what other areas of your life do you feel out of control? Key Topics: Introducing Nathan Astle and his path to 'money geekdom' (0:54) Financial flashpoint and money script inventory (5:49) Intimacy in finance and attachment theory (11:29) Coping mechanisms (19:18) Attachment needs and reflexes (25:33) The impact of trauma (33:5) EMDR (39:28) Feeling control (41:25) Resources: Relational Money Nathan Astle on LinkedIn & Twitter Healthy Love and Money Resources: Healthy Love and Money Website The Couples Guide to Financial Intimacy Healthy Love and Money on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn

The Multidimensional Journey Podcast
EP 212: 4 Powerful Techniques For Ayahuasca Preparation & Integration

The Multidimensional Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 24:03


Hello everyone, welcome back to The Multidimensional Journey! Today we are talking about 4 Powerful Tools For Ayahuasca Preparation & Integration. I discuss how 1. Mindfulness 2. Breathwork 3. Inner Child & Re-parenting Work + Internal Family Systems and 4. Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) are deeply powerful for the Ayahuasca Continuum (preparation, the ceremony, & integration). All of these tools allow us to ground, soothe, regulate, open, and go deeper into our subconscious programming so that we can release and integrate what is no longer serving us so we can manifest our deepest desires and intentions on the Ayahuasca path. 0.00 Introduction 1:40 The power of mindfulness 3:44 The power of functional breathwork (like deep diaphragmatic breathing, WIM HOF, ect) and transformational breathwork (the kind that assists us in accessing a non-ordinary state of consciousness to assist in releasing, healing, and connecting deeper with inner wisdom). 8:10 Inner Child & Re-parenting work + Internal Family Systems 24:05 Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) 22:11 Closing & Thank you 22:33 Information on the 3 Month Self Empowerment & Transformation Ayahuasca Preparation & Integration Intensive Books/Resources That I Highly Recommend Wherever You Go There You Are by John Kabat Zinn (For Mindfulness Education) https://www.amazon.com/Wherever-You-There-Are-Mindfulness-ebook/dp/B0037B6QSY/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3UM9BP6Z31Q25&keywords=wherever+you+go+there+you+are+by+jon+kabat-zinn&qid=1660508021&sprefix=wherever+you+go+there%2Caps%2C150&sr=8-1 The Calm App For Consistent Mood Tracking, Mindfulness Motivation & Breathwork https://www.calm.com/ Self Parenting by John Pollard https://www.amazon.com/s?k=self+parenting+john+pollard&crid=17OS8J8R3ZBR2&sprefix=self+parenting%2Caps%2C160&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_3_14 Getting Past Your Past by Francine Shapiro https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Past-Your-Self-Help-Techniques-ebook/dp/B00758AT24/ref=sr_1_1?crid=84R8PPWK4UTP&keywords=getting+past+your+past&qid=1660508264&sprefix=getting+past+your+past%2Caps%2C146&sr=8-1 Want to Apply to the 3 Month Self Empowerment & Transformation Ayahuasca Preparation & Integration Intensive? Information and apply at https://themultidimensionaljourney.info Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themultidimensionaljourney/ Connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aya.kaur.378/ Email me at themultidimensionaljourney@gmail.com for topic requests, questions, reach out, and more --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ayahuascakaur/support

Spilling the Thera-Tea
EMDR- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

Spilling the Thera-Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 40:31


KathyDan and Jess dive into the topic of EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, on Spilling the Thera-Tea. They discuss the basic mechanics of EMDR and the broad strokes of how this technique pairs the cognitive recollection of a traumatic or distressing event with a powerful memory of being safe. It allows people to think about the traumatic event without having the emotional distress associated with it. The team wraps it up by answering some listener questions in the Asked and Answered segment.*******************************************************Have a question for our Asked and Answered Segment? Email Us!AskUs@spillingthetheratea.comFollow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/spillingthetherateapodcastFollow us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/Spilling-the-Thera-Tea-103883072393873/******************************************************Mentioned in today's episode:NOTICE THAT - Podcast that focuses on EMDR!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/notice-that/id1462605147You should get emergency care if you have disturbing thoughts about harming yourself, including thoughts of suicide, or about harming others. If you have thoughts like this, you can call any of the following:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (United States). To call this line, dial 1.800.273.TALK (1.800.273.8255).Local crisis lines. Mental health organizations and centers in your area may offer resources and help through crisis lines.911 (or your local emergency services number)*******************************************************DISCLAIMER: This podcast is for educational purposes only and does not replace the advice you may be receiving from a licensed therapist.This podcast and website represents the opinions of KathyDan Moore, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Co-Host Jess Lowe, and their guests to the show and website. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions.Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments, suggestions, or correction of errors.Privacy is of utmost importance to us. All people, places, and scenarios mentioned in the podcast have been changed to protect patient confidentiality.This website or podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing “standard of care” in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony.  No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website.In no way does listening, reading, emailing or interacting on social media with our content establish a doctor-patient relationship.If you find any errors in any of the content of  these podcasts or blogs, please send a message to kdandjess@spillingthetheratea.com.For sponsor inquiries, please email: kdandjess@spillingthetheratea.comPodcast Music by:  Lemon Music Studio

The Broken Brain™
EMDR Training with Three Rivers Training Center

The Broken Brain™

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 27:08


Carol Miles is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and expert in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy. She joins the program today to discuss the powerful nature of EMDR, how she began using it with clients, and guidance on the use of EMDR for clinicians. This episode is a paid sponsorship by Three Rivers Training Center and Carol Miles, LCSW. Join the upcoming Virtual Training for EMDR on September 7-9, with Part 2 coming up October 12-14. Visit www.carolmiles.com for more information and to sign up today!  

Street Cop Podcast
Episode 680: Trauma is Trauma with Dr. Trevor Wilkins

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 66:37


On today's episode, Dennis speaks with Dr. Trevor Wilkins A.K.A "The Angry Viking Therapist." Dr. Wilkins is a licensed professional clinical counselor in the Lexington, KY area, specializing in the symptoms related to trauma, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Trevor is a 15-year veteran of uniformed law enforcement, serving with both the Kentucky State Police and the Lexington Kentucky Police agencies.  Prior to his service as a law enforcement officer, Trevor was a firefighter, emergency medical technician, and a public safety dispatcher. Trevor's experience and commitment to serving the community in high-stress environments have allowed him to personally understand the effects of trauma on an individual's life and mental health. Trevor is trained and experienced in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (at The Soldier Center), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (at Chicago REBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (at The Beck Institute), Family Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Systems Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and can provide psycho- education about the direct effects of trauma and depression on the body. Trevor talks about his transition from the world of law enforcement to becoming a licensed counselor and the stories and lessons learned along the way.  Visit Dr. Wilkins website here: https://www.theangryvikingtherapist.com/About-us/  If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

A Quest for Well-Being
There Is Liberation In This Moment — Are You Here?

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:49


— Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is an extensively researched psychotherapy method that can be performed via telehealth or in person. EMDR is used to accelerate the resolution of trauma in fewer sessions than traditional psychotherapy. EMDR does not require talking about details but rather, mental processing of events. This can be especially helpful for issues that bring up guilt, shame or general feelings of discomfort we cannot pinpoint. Valeria interviews Mary Moore — she is a licensed professional counselor associate and the Clinical Director of Lake Austin Psychotherapy based in Austin, Texas. Mary is an EMDR-trained clinician specializing in PTSD, trauma, anxiety, depression, infertility and pregnancy loss and was trained by the Center for Prolonged Grief at Columbia in Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy. Moore is a member of the professional task force for the American Counseling Association and an associate member of EMDRIA, (the EMDR International Association) the organization for clinicians and researchers that upholds the highest standard of clinical use for EMDR. She lectures nationally and has written on a variety of mental health topics for outlets including The New York Times, Glamour, Marie Claire and The Huffington Post. To learn more about Mary Moore and her work, please visit: lakeaustinpsychotherapy.com           — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.

Monarch Human Performance Podcast
Dr Matt Stainer (Griffith University): Eye tracking and performance.

Monarch Human Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 45:31


Dr Matt Stainer is a Cognitive Scientist working at Griffith University. He completed his PhD in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Dundee in Scotland, before taking Post-doctoral positions at the University of Melbourne and the University of Aberdeen. He is broadly interested studying cognitive processes 'in the wild' and has applied his research skills to understanding questions like how CCTV operators manage complex control rooms, how individuals drive under-the-influence, how elite athletes reach peak performance and how emergency responders make medical decisions. In this episode Matt talks about: Threshold limits for information processing. Factors that influence processing tasks. Differences between novice and experienced practitioners. Resources discussed: Stack overflow - coding platform Looking and Acting: Vision and eye movements in natural behaviour by Land and Tatler. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy: Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures by Shapiro You can follow Matt on Linkedin or contact him via email at m.stainer@griffith.edu.au

Private Practice Elevation with Daniel Fava
113 - Group Practices: Mistakes Therapists Make, Marketing Tips & More with Amanda Landry

Private Practice Elevation with Daniel Fava

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 28:52


In this episode of the Private Practice Elevation Podcast, we're going to be talking all about making the transition from a solo practice to group practice.   It's a typical business model in private practice: you start out on your own, fill your schedule, then decide to hire more clinicians to start taking on more clients.   However, it's a big shift to go from running a business with one employee (yourself) to growing and managing a team.   And hiring a team can be an extremely challenging part of making that leap to group practice.   Many therapists struggle to find great clinicians that are a good fit for their group practice.   But when you hire the right people - people who are committed to seeing your private practice succeed - it can make a huge difference in how well and how fast you grow your business.   Today we're talking with Amanda Landry from My Private Practice Collective and she's laying out the mistakes therapists make when transitioning from solo to group practice.   She also shares a ton of helpful tips and strategies for marketing your group practice and hiring great therapists to join your team. In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why you should be thinking about your group practice even if you're just starting out as a solo practitioner The mistakes people make in their solo private practice that can be a challenge when transitioning to a group practice model Tips for attracting and hiring clinicians as you build your group practice Ideas for what you can offer your team, beyond compensation, so that you can be competitive and build a place that therapists love to work at Business tasks that you should no longer be doing as you make the shift to group practice owner  How to know when the time is right to hire another therapist How to market your group practice so that you can confidently attract more clients Website and SEO tips for group therapy practices Subscribe & Review in Apple Podcasts If you're not yet subscribed to the podcast I want to encourage you to do that today. This is the best way to make sure you don't miss an episode! Click here to subscribe on iTunes.   And if you're feeling extra generous, I'd love to hear what you think about the podcast. Reviews help others find the podcast plus I'd really love to hear what you think! Click here to leave a review. Just click on “Ratings & Reviews” then “Write a review.” Let me know what you like best about the podcast. Thank you!   Links mentioned in this episode: https://caringtherapistsofbroward.com/ Free resources from My Private Practice Collective     About Amanda Landry   Amanda Landry is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional, National Certified Counselor, and private practice consultant.  She's the owner of a group practice, Caring Therapists with several locations in Florida.  Caring Therapists specializes in working with children through adults.  They treat individuals, couples, and families.     Amanda is the author of Guided Journal for Women with Anxiety on sale on Amazon and wherever books are sold.     Amanda is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Counseling, Trauma-Focused CBT and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.  Amanda specializes in treating anxiety and depression in teens and adults through a holistic and evidence-based practice.       Amanda is the founder of My Private Practice Collective, an online community for therapists in private practice.  She is a private practice consultant who helps solo and group practices build smart practices.    

SSP Podcast- A Polyvagal Theory Informed Therapy
Episode 22- Polyvagal Theory and Yoga for Trauma with Dr Arielle Schwartz

SSP Podcast- A Polyvagal Theory Informed Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 55:35


Welcome to episode 22. I have the utmost pleasure of speaking with Dr Arielle Schwartz, a licensed clinical psychologist located in Boulder, CO. Arielle offers training for therapists, maintains a private practice, and has passions for the outdoors, yoga, and writing. She is the developer of Resilience-Informed Therapy which applies research on trauma recovery to form a strength-based, trauma treatment model that includes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), somatic (body-centered) psychology, mindfulness-based therapies, and time-tested relational psychotherapy. Arielle has authored a number of books, but today we are focusing our discussion on her work connecting Polyvagal Theory with yoga practice.Some of the topics or points you will hear in our discussion include:Arielle's collaboration with  Dr Porges Applied Polyvagal Theory and Yoga Course available via the Polyvagal Institute Arielle's personal experience with the iLs Focus SystemNeuromodulation and yoga practice"Less is More" the gentle input of yoga- felt sense of opening up and softeningCervical tightness and forward positioning due to looking down at devices and screen time- impact vagal tonePolyvagal speaks of the importance of co-regulation with a safe other but we need to be connected to our body...yoga provides that connectionTrauma and stress often create less flexible thinking- yoga facilitates flexibility in the body that fosters flexibility in the mind Trauma and related conditions such as POTS and Dysautonomia- how yoga can helpResearcher- Jo Miller - facia release and vagal toneLearn about the importance of our facial system connecting all internal organs, immune and endocrine systemsPsoas muscle= fight/flight muscle - often holds tension from traumaTherapeutic yoga for trauma- release and unwind  held defensive tension with safety Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery: Applying the Principles of Polyvagal Theory for Self-Discovery, Embodied Healing, and Meaningful ChangeNew book by Arielle EMDR Therapy and Somatic Psychology: Interventions to Enhance Embodiment in Trauma TreatmentI hope everyone enjoyed this lovely discussion with Arielle. I feel even more inspired to hit the mat!To find out more about Arielle's work I will include links to her website in the show notes and our Safe and Sound Protocol Podcast FB page. You can find a link to order her book Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery: Applying the Principles of Polyvagal Theory for Self-Discovery, Embodied Healing, and Meaningful Change on the Safe and Sound Protocol FB page too.If you liked this episode please share it with a friend, family member, or colleague.Link to Arielle's Website- https://drarielleschwartz.com/Breathe slow and low,Joanne

Therapy with my Mom
EMDR and Trauma Therapy Ft. Dr. Brian Rooney

Therapy with my Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 47:28


Another amazing guest joins us this week, Dr. Brian Rooney is welcomed by Ryan and Julee to talk about Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. Brian reflects on the origins of EMDR and shares some of the amazing results it has shown in many trauma patients. Ryan and Julee also ask him about the pros and cons of administering therapy remotely, as well as what we can do when we want to encourage a loved one to seek their own therapy. 

Therapy Talks
Let's Talk About Personality Disorders - YouTube Live (Audio Only)

Therapy Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 51:25


This is an audio only recording of our June 30th YouTube Live You can watch our live streams on YouTube here!Listen in on this stream,  as our partner therapist Hailey Kanigan discusses personality disorders and how we can identify them in ourselves. Hailey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology, and is a EMDR Therapist. Hailey is a goal orientated Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) looking to welcome you to a balanced, healthy, and enjoyable lifestyle. Hailey's experience is specialized in anxiety, trauma, depression, relationship strain, and self-development. Collaboratively, the best therapies are chosen from to meet your specific needs such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy (NT), Mindfulness and Emotion Freedom Technique (EFT). Connect with Hailey:@haileykanigancounsellinghaileykanigancounselling.com

Been Better... hbU?
MARTA POZZAN X KATIE NEHRA - S2 EPISODE 15

Been Better... hbU?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 36:17


I met Marta Pozzan about a month ago through a girlfriend. We all went to a Women's soccer game, and immediately upon meeting we recognized an old soul in the other (hot old souls, of course) You may know Marta from her work in front of the camera – she is an actress, writer and fellow mental health advocate. Her podcast Cosmic Days just launched this month, and soon she will be appearing in the Netflix show From Scratch, opposite Zoe Saldana. In this episode, Marta bravely shares with us insight into the debilitating anxiety that she had suffered from for many years; sometimes so bad she wasn't capable of leaving her house. She saw various doctors who tried to help, but nothing was working until she began EMDR therapy.  EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and it turned out to be a game changer for her. Marta takes us through what her first session felt like, and why she continues this therapy to this day.  We dive into what has helped her personally over the past 10 years, and how she came to realize what she needed in her life and how to ask for it to support her own mental well-being. XO Katie

KOLOT with Rabbi Hillel Kapenstein
“Trauma and Triumph 2.0” with Zipa Leah Scheinberg

KOLOT with Rabbi Hillel Kapenstein

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 44:48


'Trauma and Triumph 2.0' is dedicated in loving memory to my great uncle, and our guest's father-in-law, Harav Meyer Scheinberg zt'l, Meyer ben Shmuel. In this episode, we discuss why is it that people hold on to trauma for so long and how to get rid of it utilizing EMDR. We also discuss Prince Harry and his going public how EMDR was a game changer in his own personal struggles. Towards the end, we have a special tribute to my Uncle Meyer where Zipa Leah talks about how her father-in- law showerd his children and grandchildren with intense love and affection. Zipa Leah then explains the effects in clinical terms, 'attachment theory'. It's a must listen to all parents and future parents! ZIPA LEAH SCHEINBERG BIO: I am a registered Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified EMDR Therapist, EMDR Approved Consultant, and Certified Clincial Trauma Professional. I specialize in providing individual therapy for women who struggle with developmental and relational trauma (Complex PTSD), grief, and dissociation. I utilize an evidence-based technique called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), as well as extensive training in Mindfulness-Based Self Compassion, Ego State Work (Inner Child), attachment-repair work (AEDP), polyvagal theory, and somatic work to help my clients find safety and healing from within and transform with empowerment from victim to thriver. My passion is working with women survivors who are recovering from abuse and trauma. I am currently writing my first book demystifying specialized trauma therapy for the public. KOLOT is a project of the colum Community Kollel, a full time Jewish learning center in Bexley. Ever since 1995, boys and girls, men and women have found ways to connect to Torah and Mitzvos at the Kollel. To learn more about the Kollel, visit www.thekollel.org and forever be inspired!

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!
Ep. 32 Unstable Sense of Self and Having a Narcissist Father w/ Andrea Allan

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 89:35


Comedian and podcaster, Andrea Allan, opens up about her severe abandonment issues, her unstable sense of self, and her narcissist father. She also explains Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. There's lots of vulnerability and laughs in this great episode. Follow Andrea Allan on IG: @andreacomedy69. Listen to Andrea's podcast: Hot Mess Comedy Hour. Join John's patreon: patreon.com/JFOD. Join John's newsletter: jfodnews.com.

The Dismantling You Podcast
Episode 58: Dr. Loree Johnson - On Navigating the Trauma & Grief of Infertility

The Dismantling You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 23:14


Dr. Loree Johnson has combined her 25 years of professional clinical experience as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with her own personal fertility journey to help others who are going through similar experiences. Dr. Johnson helps her clients navigate uncertainty in their relationships and overcome the emotional challenges that come with fertility problems and the loss of a pregnancy. With research-based approaches, including E.M.D.R. (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) applied through a holistic lens, her clients are able to learn how to connect more deeply with themselves, their partners, and the people in their lives. Dr. Johnson currently lives and works in the Los Angeles, California area. She and her husband welcomed their rainbow in 2021 after 8 years of trying to conceive, three losses, and one TFMR. She is a member of the American Association for Family and Family Therapy, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine's Mental Health Professional's Group, and the E.M.D.R. International Association (EMDRIA) You can contact Dr. Loree Johnson here: Instagram: @drloreejohnson Connect with Lisa Pineda here: Website www.lisapinedayoga.com TEDx Talks: How Yoga Helped Me to Let Go & How Meditation Can Unlock Your True Potential --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lisa-pineda/support

I Don't Get It
279: EMDR THERAPY

I Don't Get It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 67:51 Very Popular


Naz started EMDR therapy earlier this year after doing years of talk therapy and wants to share about what it is and its effects with the world. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy. It works to rewrite the neurological pathways in your brain and it achieves this by going through a therapy session while being guided to do bilateral movements. The girls are joined by EMDR therapist Erica Curtis to explain how and why it works. It's fascinating and we're excited for you to hear all about it! You can find Erica here: https://therapywitherica.com For 20% off your first purchase, go to https://auratenewyork.com/idgi & use code: idgi Get $20 off your first purchase at https://rothys.com/getit More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426