Christy Freeland is my guest today. Christy is here to tell us her story of recasting her broken pieces into God's promises. This story sings of the faithfulness and tenderness of God, and the power of His word. We are glad you are here! Join us.
Rafaela López es una española conocida por su extenso trabajo en ayudar a las comunidades hispanas a partir de la década de los años 60. Ella conversa con SBS Spanish sobre su historia personal con el racismo en Australia y su cruzada para cambiar un sistema que ha dejado secuelas nocivas en las vidas de muchos inmigrantes.
A highly sensitive person has a deeply attuned nervous system, meaning we pick up on the subtleties some miss, and we feel the things we pick up on more profoundly. Because of this, the empath has a greater likelihood of being traumatized by their experience. In today's episode, Kristen sits down with Dr. Anna Kress. They discuss the complexity of trauma and how the highly sensitive person can navigate the residual effects trauma has on the body.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/realizedempath)
This episode of Should Have Listened To My Mother, contains sensitive information and may not be appropriate for all ages."A Girl Raised By Wolves" is Lockey Maisonneuve's memoir of her journey through sex trafficking, cancer, murder and more.What does a little girl do when both parents are raging alcoholics and extremely neglectful? She kept hoping that it was all a big mistake and her real family would come by any day and take her to her real home.Years after being abandoned by her father at a young age, she traveled to visit him one summer. It wasn't the summer vacation she was expecting.Not until her daughter was born did Lockey realize that something wasn't right. "I never want my children to ever feel that loss or lack of foundation that I believe you can only get from your mother."After years of hard work, she is not angry and says, "I wouldn't be who I am without my past. I wouldn't be who I am today if I didn't have to heal from my childhood.To contact Ms. Maisonneuve and/or to purchase her book "A Girl Raised By Wolves, go to https://www.lockeymaisonneuve.com/ or follow her on Facebook.
Mr Tshimanga Beya, Direct Manager chez STARTTS, revient sur la situation d'une partie de la communauté africaine la plus vulnérable de Nouvelles-Galles du Sud. La pandémie de COVID-19 est venue s'ajouter aux nombreux autres traumatismes que ces personnes ont déjà traversés. Mr Tshimanga revient également sur l'accompagnement de ces personnes par son organisation.
Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C celebrates the show's 6th birthday - August 15, 2015 is Therapy Chat's date of birth, plus 4,101,000 downloads and 291 episodes! Laura thanks the newest members of the Trauma Therapist Network family, Debbie Duquette, LICSW, in Madison, AL; Gwendolyn Blake, LPC in Clinton, NJ; Catherine Fries, LCSW in Philadelphia, PA - all three of whom offer virtual therapy; and Robyn Brickel, LMFT, who is based in Virginia but also licensed in Washington DC and Connecticut, offering virtual therapy in all states where she is licensed. Laura mentions Robyn is a past guest on Therapy Chat (episode 154) and will be on again in the near future to speak about top down and bottom up therapy methods for trauma. Laura thanks the listeners over the years and all the sponsors whose support has allowed Therapy Chat to keep going consistently - weekly - for 6 years!! It is not easy to make time to record the show on top of running a group practice and having a personal life, sponsors make it possible to devote the time to this work so THANK YOU! And let's not forget the many fabulous guests who have volunteered their time to share their wisdom on Therapy Chat. Too many to mention, and we are grateful for each one of them. And many more wonderful guests are coming up over the remainder of 2021! Also, in today's episode, Laura interviews Curt Widhalm, who is a group practice owner, podcaster and EMDR Consultant In Training based in Los Angeles, CA. Following up on last week's conversation with Kristen D. Boice about the similarities and differences between EMDR and Brainspotting, Curt explains more about EMDR and how he uses it with adolescents. He explains how he got into using EMDR after experiencing it himself following an accident, and some of the ins and outs of working with teens using this method. Curt Widhalm is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA. He is certified in EMDR and a consultant-in-training. His group practice specializes in working with teens and their families, especially those undergoing trauma or self-harm. Curt is the co-founder of the Therapy Reimagined Conference and co-host with Katie Vernoy of "The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide" podcast. He teaches in the MFT programs at California State University-Northridge and Pepperdine University and is a member of the CAMFT Ethics Committee. Curt's practice website Therapists, Register for Therapy Reimagined Conference (make sure to use code THERAPYCHAT15 to save 15% on your registration!) Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com. Thank you also to Therapy Reimagined Conference! Therapy Reimagined is more than a conference - it's an experience! Join the community of Modern Therapists for the 4th annual, 2nd virtual, 1st HYBRID(!!) Therapy Reimagined Conference from September 23-25, 2021! We will be in Los Angeles and online with our super fancy virtual conference App. We bring fresh diverse voices to our virtual and physical stages talking about cutting edge topics that most other conferences avoid. Learn more at therapyreimaginedconference.com AND - Grab your virtual or hybrid ticket for 15% off with a special promo code for Therapy Chat Listeners: THERAPYCHAT15. Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio
When Cheryl was growing up, Cheryl was sexually molested by a trusted family friend. This event shaped how she chose her boyfriends growing up. She would pick the bad boys, or more specifically, men that would treat her badly. This trauma unknowingly started her down the road of alcoholism. During her time on Dancing With the Stars, she gained confidence as a dancer early on. She was the first female professional to win the show and the first professional to win twice and consecutively. She has participated in 23 seasons thus far. This confidence led to heavy drinking while filming, and feeling like when she was drinking her dancing was much better. This eventually spiraled out of control and the drinking actually hindered her performance instead of enhancing it. In regards to her past sexual abuse, she learned that you are not forgiving the person for the action, you are forgiving for yourself to create peace so you can sleep at night. To move on, it was also about consistently going to meetings, and seeking help in a productive and scheduled way. She's not the type to just sit back and hope that help comes her way, she's actively seeking it out now, and hopes to inspire others to do the same. Cheryl has now been sober for 3 years. It's still very new for her to sit and discuss her past traumas, a nerve-racking experience every time, but feels so much better after each session. Now she focuses on being grateful for every aspect of her life and focusing on the good things to make her progress in her fight against her addictions. Cheryl has been looking into what actually causes her hypervigilance at times, she's exploring having a trauma specialist look into what actually triggers this reaction. Lately, she's been exploring different forms of meditation twice a day, and she finds that this has been very helpful in maintaining her sobriety. Her new “Pretty Messed Up Podcast” with AJ McLean and Rene Elizondo focuses on these topics and how each of them is dealing with their daily struggles. This is Cheryl Burke in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTM https://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/ https://twitter.com/51fiftyltm For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/podcast https://www.instagram.com/knockindoorzdown/ https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoorsdown/ https://twitter.com/kddmediacompany https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieirafoundation/ For more on Cheryl Burke: https://www.cheryl-burke.com/ https://www.facebook.com/OfficialCherylBurke https://www.instagram.com/cherylburke/ https://twitter.com/cherylburke https://www.tiktok.com/@cherylburkeofficial https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCemwzBiVg4zXdy9I4A8oGog
Welcome back to Therapy Chat! In this week's episode, host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C announces that her new project, Trauma Therapist Network is now live and shares details and gratitude. Next, listen in on a fascinating interview with Kristen D. Boice, LMFT, an EMDR and Brainspotting therapist who is the owner of a trauma-focused group practice called Pathways to Healing in Noblesville, Indiana. In response to listener requests, Laura invited Kristen to Therapy Chat to discuss EMDR - what it is and how it helps; and Brainspotting - what it is and how it helps -- and how they are similar and different. This was a fascinating discussion which will be followed up next week with an interview with Curt Widhalm, LMFT about using EMDR with adolescents. Guest's Bio: Kristen D. Boice is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 20 years experience and owner of a group private counseling practice, Pathways to Healing Counseling. She's also the host of the Close the Chapter Podcast and a sought-after international speaker. Kristen is an EMDR-trained psychotherapist, which, as she mentions in the interview, is one of the most effective, researched-based trauma treatment modalities along with Brainspotting. She specializes in improving self-worth, helping couples and families resolve conflicts and develop powerful communication skills, effective parenting strategies, making life transitions, grief and loss, reducing anxiety and working through trauma. Most importantly, she instills hope, helps people create possibilities and develop a sense of inner peace. Prior to entering the counseling field, Kristen was an executive at a Fortune 500 company. She is passionate about helping her clients reach their goals along with speaking and presenting workshops on a variety of topics. Resources for this Episode: Listen to Kristen's podcast, Close the Chapter, here and find out about everything she is doing! Kristen''s counseling group, Pathways to Healing Gratitude/Appreciation - Shout Outs: Kat Love Cultivate WP Keri Nola Link to Keri's first and second interview on Therapy Chat: Melvin Varghese of Selling the Couch Welcome to the Trauma Therapist Network Family: Roberta Wasserman, LCSW-C January Roberts, LCPC Gretchen Seefried, LSW Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com. Thank you also to Therapy Reimagined Conference! Therapy Reimagined is more than a conference - it's an experience! Join the community of Modern Therapists for the 4th annual, 2nd virtual, 1st HYBRID(!!) Therapy Reimagined Conference from September 23-25, 2021! We will be in Los Angeles and online with our super fancy virtual conference App. We bring fresh diverse voices to our virtual and physical stages talking about cutting edge topics that most other conferences avoid. Learn more at therapyreimaginedconference.com AND - Grab your virtual or hybrid ticket for 15% off with a special promo code for Therapy Chat Listeners: THERAPYCHAT15. The Therapy Reimagined Conference is going HYBRID this year, meaning you can join us virtually or in-person in Los Angeles for 3 days of learning and connection. With headliners like Dr. Bandy X Lee and Dr. Jamie Marich, you know that we're exploring topics that don't find their way onto typical conference stages. Grab a virtual conference ticket OR join our small (but mighty!) group of modern therapists in Los Angeles September 23-25 at the Sheraton Universal. We're keeping the live audience small, so don't wait if you want to be in the room! Learn more about what we've planned for this year at therapyreimaginedconference.com. And make sure to use THERAPYCHAT15 at checkout for 15% off your virtual or hybrid conference ticket. No matter how you participate in Therapy Reimagined, it is going to be an event to remember! *And if you attend say hi! I'm presenting at the conference! The new website I (Laura) have been telling you about is NOW LIVE! Go check out www.traumatherapistnetwork.com - a community for finding information, resources and help for trauma and please tell anyone you think would benefit! We also have a trauma therapist directory listing so if you're a trauma therapist, join now and help clients with trauma find you! Trauma is real, healing is possible and help is available. Finding a trauma therapist should be easy. Trauma Therapist Network is here to connect you! Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio
In this episode of Pure Curiosity I speak with trauma coach and survivor Nate Postlethwait on his experience with religious trauma, and his recovery from the abuses he experienced in childhood. After disclosing his experiences of sexual abuse, Nate was told he needed to repent and was pushed into conversion therapy, where he was forbidden to discuss important aspects of his trauma and identity for many years. Over time, Nate realized he needed a very different kind of support for his recovery, and eventually found his way to inner child work. This is a very candid and powerful conversation about the traumatic underbelly of religious fundamentalism, and finding healing on your own terms.About Our Guest:A few years ago Nate Postlethwait walked away from a highly successful career in real estate in order to give himself a reset and find more understanding in his life. He sold his home and everything with it and traveled throughout the world for several months. During his travels, he began publicly sharing his journey of healing from childhood trauma and the battles with his mental health. Quickly, a community began to form. Other survivors began sharing their stories in the comments section. That community has quickly grown to over 120k and continues to have thousands of new friends join weekly.Nate has lead sold out webinars on inner child work and most recently, written a four week course on this work and offers multiple weekly q & a's that help share stories from within this survivor community. On the weekends, he posts the funniest memes sent in from those who follow along and does a segment on "My worst possible advice" where others write in what they want advice on. He describes himself as a loud introvert, but also incredibly tender hearted to those who are hurting and need help. His life mission is to help those who need trauma informed therapy find it in a way that is accessible and affordable. He is an avid traveler, but proudly calls Denver, CO home.Visit Nate's WebsiteFollow Nate on Instagram
Неки аспекти строгих рестриктивних мера током закључавања, код људи који су прошли ратне страхоте, могу да пробуде меморије које су дуго потискивали у себи, упозорава клинички психолог Хорхе Ароче који је свакодневно у контакту са жртвама тортура и траума.
Welcome back to Therapy Chat! In this week's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C interviews returning guest Heather Tuba, who is a writer and advocate for partners and families of trauma survivors. In this conversation you will hear: Why it can be difficult for trauma survivors to find a therapist to meet their needs; How gaps in resources and services for partners and family members of trauma survivors create barriers to healing for survivors and their loved ones; Heather shares her personal experience attempting to find trauma-competent help for a family member; Important considerations for therapists when serving trauma survivors and their families; and more! Heather Tuba is a writer and educator who specializes in psychoeducational resources for loved ones of persons with complex trauma and mental health challenges. Heather has been a leading voice in highlighting the need for more understanding and better support for families. Her writing includes articles on her website, a guidebook on building emotional resources (available for purchase on her site) and contributions to trauma-related podcasts and websites. Her contribution to the upcoming book Damaged: Childhood trauma, Adult Illness, and the Need for a Health Care Revolution by Drs Robert Maunder and Jonathan Hunter is coming out in September 2021. She is also writing a book on the necessity of family engagement within the medical and mental health systems. Coming: 2022. To purchase Heather's book Strengthening You: A guide to build, strengthen and support the emotional resources of loved ones, please visit her website: www.heathertuba.com Listen to Heather's first Therapy Chat interview from 2019 here! Thank you to Sunset Lake CBD for sponsoring this week's episode! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com. Thank you also to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute for sponsoring this week's episode! Therapists, if you feel stuck when working with clients who feel numb and disconnected from their emotions or have difficulty accessing their inner experience, learn a comprehensive approach to conceptualize your clients' concerns. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy uniquely includes the body in therapy as both a source of information and target for intervention…because words are not enough. Go beyond theories and gain practical ways to open a new dimension for effective therapy. Visit Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute online at sensorimotor.org today! To be in the know about Laura's new podcast, Trauma Chat, which is now live, go to www.traumachatpod.com and sign up for the email list! You'll receive a free gift for signing up! New website coming soon: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com - a community for finding information, resources and help for trauma, launching August 1, 2021. Sign up for the email list to be notified when the website goes live and receive a free gift! Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio
In this episode, I talk about how to deal with judgment as a trauma survivor and dealing with judgment in everyday life. Join the Think Unbroken Community Coaching Sessions at healtraumacoach.com Read my book Think Unbroken for FREE at traumahealingbook.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michaelunbroken/message
In this episode of Noble Mind, Dr. Fisher joins Kate and Alex to discuss her new book, describing the physiology of trauma and what makes it a ‘living legacy.' She explains why mindfulness-based treatments are helpful to trauma survivors, offering insight on what it means to be triggered and how we remember traumatic events with our feelings and bodies—not just our minds. Listen in for Dr. Fisher's advice on using somatic resources to navigate triggers and learn how paying attention to your body is central to the healing process. Dr. Janina Fisher is an international expert on the treatment of trauma and author of the groundbreaking book, Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors. She also serves as Assistant Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, an educational organization that provides high-level trainings for mental health practitioners and the public at large. Dr. Fisher's new release is called Transforming the Living Legacy of Trauma: A Workbook for Survivors and Therapists. Noble Mind explores topics related to mindfulness, meditation, spirituality, and psychology. Get more details, join our list, and get show notes at www.noblemindpodcast.com.
We tend to live our lives without understand fully why we may be acting or behaving in various ways. A lot of who we are today stems from what we have experienced as a child and we have all experienced trauma to a certain degree. It's the level of trauma which is what determines how it affects us mentally, emotionally or physically.In todays podcast episode, I have Trauma Healer Laurie Smith on my show who has been practicing social work for 18 years and is well versed in multiple modalities, theories and evidence-based practices. Her passion is working with Trauma Survivors (individuals, providers and systems) through offering self-guided, self-paced journeys that point towards Harnessing the Power of Our Own Internal GPS.We are out here. Surviving. Thriving. Listen up to be taken on a journey towards harnessing your Innate Wellness and to 'armor up' in a world which may have harmed you.For more information on Laurie, visit her website www.resiliencecoachllc.com and to follow her Life Hack entries, please visit www.facebook.com/lifehackswithlaurieIf you would like to take your self development to the next level then please sign up to my FREE 12 week self discovery plan here: https://victim2victor.net/free-12-week-self-discovery-plan/More information about me can be found via links here: https://linktr.ee/healing.journeyyIf you are interested in my book 'Victim 2 Victor', it is now available on audio and can be found on:Audible: adbl.co/3akVNCu Amazon: amzn.to/37jFt2W
Listen in as Evelyn Hale, a Trauma Coach and the Founder of Inner Light Healing, shares her personal journey healing from childhood sexual and developmental trauma and how she inspires others to make the mindset shifts required to get out of their own way, create new patterns and beliefs and attain spiritual freedom. During this episode we talk about sitting with the triggers and unconscious patterns to heal and connect, guiding children through excavating their own feelings, how to experience more joy by holding all things - including labels - loosely, releasing trauma by returning to the wisdom of the body and so much more. CONNECT WITH EVELYN: Download your free Trauma Release Meditation at go.evelynhale.com/meditation Website: evelynhale.com IG: @inner.light.healing CONNECT WITH TISHA: Instagram - @beautifullyunwinding Blog - www.beautifullyunwinding.com If you found value or insight in this podcast, please rate and review. Thank you so much!
Welcome to the #SPAITGIRL Talk Show with Yvette Le Blowitz EP.127 - How to Bring Happiness & Positivity Into Your Day with Dr Elena Welsh, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Author Dr. Elena Welsh, PhD received her doctorate degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (a program accredited by the American Psychological Association) and completed advanced clinical training through a postdoctoral fellowship at Gateways Psychiatric Hospital in Los Angeles. Dr. Welsh has published articles in various medical and research journals and has served as a consultant for state-wide initiatives aimed at increasing access to mental health care. In therapy, Dr. Welsh utilises scientifically based therapeutic techniques in a compassionate and flexible way that is individualized for her clients needs and goals. The primary therapeuctic modalities Dr. Welsh uses are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Techniques, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) skills. In addition to simply helping people live authentic, rich lives, Dr. Welsh works with a wide range of anxiety, mood and depressive disorders, including bipolar disorder, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder/trauma-related mental health issues. Dr. Welsh also specializes in many issues specific to women, including fertility struggles and postpartum adjustment and depression. Additionally, Dr. Welsh also has specialised training in conducting psychological assessments for a range of referral questions, including diagnostic clarification, treatment recommendation, pre-adoption screening, independent educational evaluations, or fitness-for-duty. Many people also seek therapy with Dr. Welsh for specific life and transition issues such as fertility issues, divorce, grief, caretaker stress, substance use issues. Dr. Welsh collaborates with brands and media outlets that have a mental health focus, to help de-stigmatise mental health issues and making mental wellness accessible. Dr. Welsh also helps to implement wellness programs for organisations along with integrating mental health into education services. Dr. Elena Welsh, PhD is the Author of Trauma Survivors' Strategies for Healing: A Workbook to Help You Grow, Rebuild and Take Your Life Back, along with Getting to Good: A Guided Journal to Bring Happiness and Positivity into Your Day, The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook for Panic Attacks and 5-minute Stress Relief: 75 exercises to Quite your Mind and Calm Your Body. In Episode 127 - Podcast Guest Dr. Elena Welsh, PhD shares: - a little bit about herself - what inspired her to write her books - how to relieve stress in 5 minutes or less - how to re-write a bad day into a good one - how to Bring Happiness and Positivity into your day - why journaling is beneficial for our mental health and well-being - the benefits of practicing positive - I AM - affirmations - how to embark on a 30 day self-care committment journey - the benefits of listening to music for your mental health and wellness - why colouring and doodling can help calm the mind - what her self care rituals are Plus we talk about so much more............ --- Get Ready to Tune into Episode 127 *click here Episode 127 - #spaitgirl talk show with Yvette Le Blowitz available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Audible, Libysn - all podcast apps search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app or on google -------- Available to watch on Youtube Channel - Spa it Girl or Yvette Le Blowitz Subscribe to both of my youtube channels in support ------ JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB Buy a copy of Getting to Good Journal by Dr. Elena Welsh, Ph.D search via Booktopia our affiliated online book store *click here Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub //#spaitgirl + tag @spaitgirl - when reading your book --- STAY IN TOUCH Podcast Guest Dr. Elena Welsh, Ph.D Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author Website: www.drelenawelsh.com Instagram: @drelenaw ------ Podcast Host Yvette Le Blowitz Instagram @yvetteleblowitz Website www.yvetteleblowitz.com ------- Become a Podcast Show Sponsor #SPAITGIRL www.spaitgirl.com Email: email@example.com with your proposal -- JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL Community Instagram: @spaitgirl Subscribe: www.spaitgirl.com Search for #spaitgirl on any podcast or social media app ------- HOW TO SUPPORT The #SPAITGIRL Podcast Show Practice a Little Random Act of Kindness - subscribe to the #spaitgirl podcast show on any podcast app - leave a 5* rating and review - tell someone about the #spaitgirl podcast show - share your favourite episode - tag @spaitgirl in your stories - hashtag #spaitgirl to share the show & Together "Let's Feel Good From Within" and Make #feelinggoodgoviral ---- Please note - Affiliated Links included in this spaitgirl.com blog post includes affiliated links with Amazon.com and booktopia.com.au- should you order any books from Amazon.com or Booktopia.com.au via the links contained in this blog post spaitgirl.com will receive a small paid commission fee from the online book stores. 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Audience questions for Ask Kati Anything!1. I was wondering, do therapists have to like their patients? I always have a fear that secretly my therapist doesn't like me, that I'm a burden to her and every... 2. Does someone actually “recover” completely from trauma or abuse that has occurred resulting in C/PTSD? Or is it actually having healthy coping mechanisms to... 3. How can a trauma survivor tell the difference between truly toxic behaviour and just human mistakes? Sometimes I'm wondering if people around me are truly toxic or if I'm just... 4. When I am experiencing the very low lows of my mental health I find myself in an uncontrollable deep dive into mental health educational content. I'll re-listen to your podcasts... 5. Can you explain the differences (if there are any) between dissociation, the freeze response and panic attacks...6. Can you talk about sexuality and how that can affect someone's mental health? I grew up in a strict religion that views homosexuality as a sin. I left the religion when I realized that I'm a lesbian but sometimes it's...7. Why do I find it excruciating to feel my therapist's care for me? I don't like it when I make her cry or when she tries to connect with me or says anything kind...8. Is it possible that I have used sex as a form of self harm without even realising? I am 24 years old and a lesbian. I am afraid of intimacy with women, I have internalised homophobia from the environment I grew up in and a lot of religious...9. Lately my anxiety and eating disorder thoughts have gotten a lot worse. I feel out of control and I am unable to use the tools that my therapist has given me to...10. s it normal to feel emotions so intensely? I feel like in a matter of days, I can go from self confident and sure of my goals, to major self hatred and using self harm to... 11. Do the urges to self harm ever completely go away? It's been 5+ years since the last time I cut, but it's still the first place my brain goes to when I'm having a bad day....Video version of episodeshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwOrdering Kati's bookAre u ok? http://bit.ly/2s0mULyKati's Amazon Suggestions: https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimortonONLINE THERAPYI do not currently offer online therapy. BetterHelp can connect you with a licensed, online counselor, please visit: https://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimortonI receive commissions on referrals to BetterHelp.PATREONDo you want to help me support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/Opinions That Don't Matter! (2nd podcast)video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs58xfxPpjVARRuwjH8usfwaudio: https://opionstdm.buzzsprout.com/BUSINESS EMAILlinnea@toneymedia.comMAIL1779 Wells Branch Pkwy #110BBox #353 Austin, TX 78728PLEASE READIf you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/katimorton)
*TRIGGER WARNING*This is a heavier episode as we speak of abuse, sexual assault, and trauma. If you are a survivor of abuse or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE(7233). //Stevie is the founder of We Are HER. After leaving her abuser in 2016, she realized sharing her story, connecting with other survivors, and learning about DV were three crucial elements in her healing journey. She wanted to make sure every survivor could be given those three opportunities. When she's not running HER, you'll find her in the mountains of Montana hanging out with her partner and two border collies or reconnecting with her Mexican roots.In this episode, Stevie shares her story of developing PTSD after both an abusive childhood and later being in an abusive relationship. She also dives into what it was like navigating the reporting process, court trial, and her thoughts on the justice system as a whole as a survivor. She wraps up by talking about her healing journey and building the We Are HER community for survivors to connect with each other.We discuss the following points:Stevie's story of abuseHealthy dynamics within her new relationshipNavigating the reporting process & justice system as a survivorExperiences leading up to a PTSD diagnosisCoping mechanism for PTSDStigmas & misunderstandings around PTSD & survivorsTune in to hear the rest of her story and insights!!//Song: Keep It Between the Lines by Sturgill Simpson//Connect with Stevie & her work:Instagram:@wearehernetwork@steviecroisantFacebook: We Are HER NetworkFacebook Group: We Are HER Survivors GroupWebsite: weareher.netPodcast: We Are HEREmail: firstname.lastname@example.org//Follow along with the rest of my journey.Instagram:@whytli@inthewakewithwhytliFacebook: Whytli RogersTwitter: @whytliPinterest: WhytliTikTok: @whytliLinkedIn: Whytli RogersWebsite: whytli.comContact me here.Support the show (https://paypal.me/whytli?locale.x=en_US)
In today's episode, I am joined by Tennyson Jacobson, who is a trauma survivor, business owner, and married mother of two. Tennyson, who goes by Tenny, survived a traumatic experience that occurred on Mother's Day in 2013 when an intruder broke into her family's home. Tenny details her experiences in her own podcast, Common Ground, and she speaks with me about what she has learned, how she has healed from her experience, and the importance of trusting one's own intuition. She is both brave and candid, and has done an extraordinary job detailing the importance of her own mental health well being and sharing her story in the hopes that it supports and inspires others.
Trauma affects everyone differently and can affect many different areas of one's life. In this episode, we provide some insight on trauma survivors in relationships and the hope there is to heal through connections with others. Get Craig's help personally: https://www.askcraig.net/take-action/ Get Margaret's help: https://www.askcraig.net/margaret-1/ Craig's workbook series: https://www.askcraig.net/workbooks-1/ Get Started on the Creative Healing Course: https://courses.askcraig.net/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coach-craig-kenneth/support
Chris Duffin's belief in resilience runs deep. As an athlete — who, no big deal, holds the Guinness World Record for squatting and deadlifting over 1,000 pounds — he knows the value of tearing down muscle to build it back stronger. In his life, he's seen that value manifest, too, as the survivor of a deeply traumatic childhood. Chris grew up homeless in the mountains of Northern California. His parents made a lifestyle choice, who wanted to exist outside of society's parameters. For much of Chris' childhood, they were growing weed — a risky enterprise at the time. “People were disappearing all the time,” he says. “It's not the cannabis-growing professional industry that we have today. It's ‘be careful walking around in the woods because you're going to run into somebody with a machine gun, and you will disappear.' Those were interactions I grew up with.” A murderer was camping out near his family, and not far away was a serial killer's hideout. Later, when Chris's mother was ultimately sent to his jail, local authorities tried to traffick Chris and his younger sisters. Chris says it was an intensely chaotic childhood, and his confidence suffered deeply as a result until he discovered weight lifting. As a health and fitness entrepreneur, Chris helps others cultivate strength physically, mentally, and emotionally. In this episode of “Good Dudes Grow,” Gary and Chris talk about creating a solid foundation for your life, no matter what cards you have initially been dealt, and how this can be a powerful antidote to addiction and trauma. What You'll Learn: How Chris processed and healed from his childhood trauma through lifting Why, after 20 years of corporate life, he walked away from his job and his marriage and built a globally recognized brand in just five years (one that works with 90% of American professional sports teams, as well as figures like The Rock and LeBron James) What a study was done on trees planted in biodomes can teach us about resilience And much more! Favorite Quote: “I hate f***ing bucket lists. It's what's fancy and shiny that you throw in here and there. No. Create values that can help you create a life that's going to realize your goals. You can't develop goals until you know why you want to be and live that way. Your values help you to find this North Star — this perfect place that you can never get to. But every day, you can take one step closer. And if you don't have (values), you might walk for a few miles over the next ten years in the wrong direction.” — Chris Duffin Connect with Chris: Instagram Facebook How to Get Involved: Gary Roberts is the founder and CEO of Pure Body Zen, a company based on creating and selling high-quality CBD products that heal mind and body alike. Gary considers hemp-based medicine a calling, and his organization, along with the world-class team that runs it, reflects his passion. You can learn more about Pure Body Zen on their site, on LinkedIn, and Instagram. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to visit the show on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review! We love hearing from you!
According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States today. The Autism Society, the nation's leading grassroots autism organization to create autism awareness, inclusion, and self-determination for all with a goal to assure that each person with Autism Spectrum Disorder has the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life. Antonio Myers calls autism his superpower while achieving greatness and proving that love and support can help create a beautiful life worth living. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
This is the summary version of the full-length episode, streaming weekly at Patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers for $3/mo. Not sure? Check the past 80-something hour-long episodes to see if you're a good match for the Blanket Fort. | So we've talked endlessly about HOW neural networks (fragmented personalities) develop through trauma on a biological basis. Today, we're talking about how that looks from the outside, per Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors by trauma specialist Janina Fisher. Discussing common oppositional lifestyle patterns, nervous system disruptions, and histories of therapeutic failures. Get the full episode at patreon.com; search "traumatized motherfuckers". Trust me, if you have any doubts about your trauma life so far, you want to hear the full laundry list of signs and obstacles. Has this information helped you? Don't forget to leave a review on Apple Podcasts, share on the social medias, and shout out your favorite episodes wherever TMFRs search for answers. Spread the word, spread the trauma relief. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/complextrauma/message
We have just watched episode 8 of season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale, which is called 'Testimony'. It's written by Kira Snyder, and directed by Elisabeth Moss: June confronts Fred and Serena in court and challenges Emily to face a painful reminder of her Gilead past. Lawrence presents Aunt Lydia with a newly captured, familiar Handmaid. (Natalie can't contain her excitement about that last part). There is so much to unpack this week, as we explore this important episode's exploration of what 'justice' looks like for the victim-survivors of Gilead. Let's get into it. Tell us your own theories on Twitter at #EyesOnGilead (Find us at: @anythingbutfifi / @NatalieHambly / @HaideeIreland / @Sana_Qadar)
Welcome everyone to The Awareness Space Podcast that explores human experience. In this episode we talk with Heidi Snyderburn -- Owen talks with Heidi about her story of overcoming and working through her trauma experiences to grow a successful business and career as a birth doula. This heartfelt conversation is full of hope and insight on how to live after trauma -- For more on us visit https://www.theawarenessspace.com/ -- Welcome everyone to The Awareness Space Podcast that explores human experience. When we become aware of what's going on for us in this moment and doing so with compassion, safety and non judgemental we can begin to heal. The question is, how can we integrate this sense of awareness to create a steady and resilient way of life? What daily practices can we implement, what kind of wellbeing support can we engage in and what mental and emotional resources can cultivate within?. This what I seek out to discover via this podcast. All we have is this moment and how can we best engage with it for a sense of peace within -- Time Stamps -- Questions asked -- Intro and his 2020 review - 01:20 -- Question 1 - So today we are going to dive into your story and your work. Before we do that can I ask what does self-awareness mean to you and what do you do to keep a sense of present moment awareness in your life? - 15:00 -- Question 2 - Can you share with us alittle about your story and any challenges that you had Mentally, emotionally or physically? - 23:21 -- Question 3 - What are your thoughts on trauma healing and hope after trauma? - 52:45 -- Question 4 - What kept you going and what did it take to move forward - 01:08:09 -- Question 5 - Can you tell us more about specific hypno babies and doula work and what led to the Birth Story Media? 01:18:27 -- Question 6 - What does your future have in store? - 01:32:23 -- Our Guest Details -- Heidi Snyderburn -- Birth Story Media -- Heidi is the founder of Birth Story Media - a media company focused on pregnancy and birth education through storytelling. She is the mom to 5 and 7 year old kids. Heidi is also a Trauma survivor -- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/birthstorypodcast/ -- Website - https://www.birthstory.com/ -- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/birth.story/ -- Podcast - Birth Story Media - https://www.birthstory.com/podcast-episodes -- Podcast - Thanks it's the trauma - https://www.instagram.com/thanksitsthetraumapodcast/ & https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thanks-its-the-trauma/id1524735358 -- Based in the United States -- If you are in need of support regarding anything you have seen here today then please contact the support services listed below. Please contact a health professional if you need help -- UK The Samaritans - https://www.samaritans.org/ -- Mind - The Mental Health Charity - https://www.mind.org.uk/ -- USA National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1 (800) 273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1 (800) 799-7233 LGBT Trevor Project Lifeline: 1 (866) 488-7386 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1 (800) 656-4673 Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741 -- Australia Helplines and online support https://www.mhc.wa.gov.au/getting-help/helplines -- More afforadable Online Counseling https://www.betterhelp.com/about/ -- PODCAST DISCLAIMER - PLEASE READ BEFORE WATCHING OR LISTENING Welcome to The Awareness Space. As always please read the disclaimer in the description of podcast & also put yourself first as the following content may bring things up for you that feel uncomfortable. Look after you and take a break from the podcast if you need too. The videos on this channel and it's content are not a substitute for the support & guidance of a qualified health professional. We are here to share information that may be useful to our viewers and we hope you enjoy. Links to organizations that can support you are in the description. The views, opinions and theories shared via this video, channel and TAS as a whole do not representative of the individual views, opinions & beliefs of the narrators, producers or creators and of this channel and movement as a whole.?
Here is a taste of what is coming up on our next episode with our guest Heidi Snyderburn - Full episode is out this Sunday (uk time) -- Owen talks with Heidi about her story of overcoming and working through her trauma experiences to grow a successful business and career as a birth doula. This heartfelt conversation is full of hope and insight on how to live after trauma. Watch the video version here - https://youtu.be/7dM-tugfXb4 Discover more about us at www.theawarenessspace.com
So we know how trauma works - but how does it impact our brain structures to elicit semi-rigid trauma reactions that are intricate enough to be considered full "personalities?" Today, we're talking neural networks, Schema Theory, and Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors by Janina Fisher. If you've been wondering why you keep failing at trauma recovery, you might want to tell your Git Shit Done self to listen up. Looking for the full hour-long episode, bonus shows, and casual conversations about episode learnings? Head to www.t-mfrs.com to jump into the new Motherfucking Blanket Fort, and get your private RSS podcast streaming code for automatic exclusive release updates through your favorite podcasting app. patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/complextrauma/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/complextrauma/support
We have just watched episode 7 of season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale. It is called 'Home'. It is written by Yahlin Chang, and directed by Richard Shepard: June struggles with her newfound freedom, reuniting with loved ones and confronting her nemesis, Serena. There is so much to unpack, let's get into it. And when done, listen to our bonus episode this week, with 'Home' writer and one of the show's executive producers, Yahlin Chang. #EyesOnGilead
Today's show is a part 2 of last week's show! Kristen Schwartz from Realized Empath is in studio to talk to us about empaths, healing, trauma, and so much MORE! Kristen is incredible because she found a way to help others heal through healing herself. In today's part 2 of the show, we will cover co-dependency relating to empaths, embracing empathic abilities, and what Kristen offers for people who are struggling with being an empath. We've also added a free guided meditation by Kristen herself at the end of todays show! Listen & Learn 2:30 - Labels Aside 5:30 - Message behind Instagram post 8:25 - Trauma Survivor, Empath, or Both? 14:14 - Co-dependency & Empaths 20:33 - Empath, Co-dependent, or Both? 22:30 - Individual healing offering 25:00 - Tips for just starting the healing process 27:30 - Course content 31:00 - Embracing your empathic abilities 34:10 - Can extroverts be empaths 35:26 - Empath morning ritual journal 36:50 - Kristen's offerings 38:00 - Kristen's charities 41:03 - Kristen last thoughts 42:37 -Meditation for letting go Kristen Schwartz - MA (Counseling), Author, Trauma Healer, Entrepreneur I’m an intuitive, sensitive healer at heart. I was guided to my degrees in Counseling/Psychology for a reason (empathy on overdrive). I'm currently working on my Trauma Recovery Certification. It’s a gift, a passion, a purpose. I created Realized Empath to support the specific healing needs of the empath and highly sensitive person. Through self-awareness, we see our blocks; we learn to release what we perceive by healing our pain. By acknowledging our needs, we begin to trust and deepen intuition. By implementing boundaries, we feel safer in a hi-definition world. Phone: 480-674-0774 Email: email@example.com Website: www.realizedempath.com/ & linktr.ee/realized_empath Follow us on Facebook @GratefulHeart.Tv
Many of us can recall a time we felt nervous about seeing a doctor. Maybe it was because we were wary about how much the visit would cost, or what a diagnosis would mean for our health. Now, imagine how much more stress you would feel if you had experienced trauma — from domestic violence or human trafficking, for example. Trauma survivors are the people family medicine physician Anita Ravi, M.D., cares for. On the latest episode of The Dose, Ravi and Keisha Walcott, one of her former patients, talk about how to design health systems for women and girls who have experienced gender-based violence. Ravi and Walcott explain how health, poverty, and trauma are interlinked and why providers must address all three.
Many of us can recall a time we felt nervous about seeing a doctor. Maybe it was because we were wary about how much the visit would cost, or what a diagnosis would mean for our health. Now, imagine how much more stress you would feel if you had experienced trauma — from domestic violence or human trafficking, for example. Trauma survivors are the people family medicine physician Anita Ravi, M.D., cares for. On the latest episode of The Dose, Ravi and Keisha Walcott, one of her former patients, talk about how to design health systems for women and girls who have experienced gender-based violence. Ravi and Walcott explain how health, poverty, and trauma are interlinked and why providers must address all three.
Recorded: 11/08/2020 / Published to Podcast: 5/17/2021In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair and I have a very special guest on the show to talk about Trauma and the community. She is a Sr. Producer and the administrator of the Patreon producer’s only Discord Community, xEmeraldxWolfx!Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.comRules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com )1: Safe, sane, consensual, and informed2: KNKI: Knowledge, No Intolerance, Kindness, Integrity3: “Submission is not about authority and it’s not about obedience; it is all about relationships of love and respect.” -Wm. Paul Young- WARNING: Potential trigger risks ahead. Listen at your own risk.- “Trauma and Community: Survivor Vs Victim Vs Acceptance-S03E20”- By xEmeraldxWolfx https://fetlife.com/users/7081106/posts/6698137- I recently attended a munch where part of the focus of conversation revolved around trauma. How we handle it, the mindset we have, where we can get stuck, and just the general approach different people have. I am sure we can all identify or are familiar with people in the various stages or mindsets of processing trauma. The stages were outlined as victim, survivor, and acceptance. Most of us can look back at our lives and recognize when we have experienced one mindset or another, but for some reason, some people never move on from one or another and get stuck there. I am not an expert and I don’t think I can relate to what was explained in a clear concise manner. That being said, this is my understanding of the 3 stages and I wanted to get them out, get some feedback, and see if others have anything to add.- Why did you write this?- Has there been any blowback from posting it?- We’ve all experienced some level of trauma: death of a loved one, physical and/or emotional abuse, sexual assault, violation of limits, etc. - A: What do you think lies within those who are able to move past it and into acceptance?- B: What do you think it is about the victim and survivor mentalities that cause people to get stuck here?- Do you think it is possible for people to move forward if they have plateaued in one of those two mentalities?What is your biggest piece of advice when talking with people that seem to “stuck” as a victim or as a survivor?Important Links:Full show notes: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/320 National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/Patreon https://kuldrinskrypt.com/silentcommunication https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/survey https://kuldrinskrypt.com/TeePublic Show Producers:-Benefactor ($2,000/month): -Pro Producer ($100/month): -Master Producer ($50/month): -Executive Producer ($25/month) ShadowyFox, JunicornsAngel, Johnny Ferrell, Haru Webb, Rei Webb, LylacWine, and Brendan-Sr. Producers ($10/month): Matt, xEmeraldxWolfx, Roxiebear, Trouble113, ThatPlace: Oklahoma City, JayKayVoss, babylove&Sir, SortOutTheKinks, Master Gabriel, Raefe, Daddy Steve, Sir Pent, PurplePantera, Stella, TwistedTink&JustTommy, ArtKitten, AuthorMistressBlackrose, UpstateScCouple, JohnathonHood, Crystal Force, Cali, and PerfectlyThick-Producers ($5/month): Kainsin, Alexandria, KJ, Hadea, XxLilyXxX, Sir&Kitten, Raven, Raider69time, Bonneville, Atsila, PWB, MBRpoodle, Baddogbad, CozyCow, Jace, LilRedRose, Felix, and MsRedSin & AJRJ-Jr. Producers ($1/month): K-2SO, Jeremiah, Morgana13, Rope Aficionado, and BrodieBecome a show producer: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/PatreonVendors I know, like, trust, and use: (None of these are paid sponsors of the podcast.)- http://bdsmcontracts.org Coupon code: kuldrin20 for a 20% discount on all purchases.- http://whippingstripes.com - My personal maker of most things leather and paracord impact toys.- http://www.torridtimber.com/ - Fine fetish furniture and accessories- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCraftyHedonist -Tink’s Toys Fb Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2350280868612699 Fetlife Profile: https://fetlife.com/users/9885653?sp=3 *coupon for listeners*Contact info:Email: MasterKuldrin@gmail.comFetlife Group: https://fetlife.com/groups/159275Fb: Kuldrin Fire https://www.facebook.com/kuldrin.fireTwitter: @MasterKuldrin https://twitter.com/MasterKuldrinInstagram: masterkuldrin https://www.instagram.com/masterkuldrin/Patreon: kuldrinskrypt https://www.patreon.com/KuldrinsKryptPaypal: MasterKuldrin http://paypal.me/masterkuldrinhttp://kuldrinskrypt.com/contactresourceLimits and Interest Survey: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/survey
PODCAST INFOA new podcast episode drops every Monday.Music credit: L-Ray Music, Courtesy of Shutterstock, Inc.Learn more about your host, Cordelia, by clicking hereBe sure to follow Cordelia on Instagram: @codependentrecovery---------WORKBOOK + COMMUNITY + FREE RESOURCESAre you going through a breakup or divorce? Here is the link to the 98-page workbook. Print version + ebook version available worldwide.Check out Cordelia's book recommendations hereDisclosure: Cordelia is an affiliate of Bookshop.org and she will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.Want to join the community (i.e., community club or book club)? Click hereWant access to free resources? Click hereNeed help finding a counselor? Click here---------CITATIONSWhat are trigger warnings?The origins of trigger warningsAvoidance isn't a good thingStudiesBridgland, V. M. E., & Takarangi, M. K. T. (2021). Danger! Negative memories ahead: The effect of warnings on reactions to and recall of negative memories. Memory, 29(3), 319–329. https://doi.org/10.1080/09658211.2021.1892147Jones, P. J., Bellet, B. W., & McNally, R. J. (2020). Helping or Harming? The Effect of Trigger Warnings on Individuals With Trauma Histories. Clinical Psychological Science, 8(5), 905–917. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702620921341Sanson, M., Strange, D., & Garry, M. (2019). Trigger Warnings Are Trivially Helpful at Reducing Negative Affect, Intrusive Thoughts, and Avoidance. Clinical Psychological Science, 7(4), 778–793. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702619827018 Bellet, B. W., Jones, P. J., & McNally, R. J. (2018). Trigger warning: Empirical evidence ahead. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 61, 134–141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbtep.2018.07.002Gainsburg, I., & Earl, A. (2018). Trigger warnings as an interpersonal emotion-regulation tool: Avoidance, attention, and affect depend on beliefs. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 79, 252–263. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2018.08.006---Instagram Post Cordelia did on Trigger Warningshttps://www.instagram.com/p/CO2-U2FDHSa/
In this episode, I talk about how to deal with anger as an adult survivor of CPTSD and Trauma. Join the Think Unbroken Community Coaching Sessions at healtraumacoach.com Read my book Think Unbroken for FREE at traumahealingbook.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michaelunbroken/message
Dawn discusses surviving multiple traumatic brain conditions; being called both a honkey and the “N-word” as a Creole mixed race child growing up in California; being a Georgetown University 272 slave descendant; and descending from Marie Therese Coin Coin, a slave owner of African descent who was herself formerly enslaved, seeming like cannibalism, the love match of her Frenchman Revolutionary War patriot Claude Thomas Pierre Metoyer from Natchitoches, Louisiana. She shares accounts of suffering from non-cataplectic narcolepsy, a non-obvious brain condition causing excessive daytime sleepiness, undiagnosed for 17 years, hypnagogic hallucinations (vivid and terrifying sensations while falling asleep) and sleep paralysis (a frightening inability to move or speak while falling asleep or upon waking) which started at age 13; mother worrying it was demonic possession as a child; her condition feeling like a deep dark secret which shook her Catholic faith, feeling she had experienced the devil thus, knowing there was a God, but after being diagnosed knowing it wasn't the devil then questioning whether there is a God; attending school for medical assisting; managing her condition as an adult, fulfilling self-actualization by using her brain to work for the state, instead of only holding physical jobs at a deli and grocery store to avoid falling asleep, when she got hit by a car, thrown eighteen feet, landing head first, resulting in mild traumatic brain injury, causing memory loss; losing her job, ending up on welfare six months later; taking six years to get back to work; achieving happiness; growing up in Los Angeles and then northern CA having Creole parents with Louisiana roots; her mother wanting her to pass for white and be anything but black; not having ethnic pride because of being "nothing"; not having a problem being black but "woman of color” a great descriptor; mother's family Dawes file, denied Choctaw membership, having 13% Native American DNA; her father discovering a book written about Metoyer family while visiting Louisiana; hard to swallow learning was a descendant of an African American who owned slaves; Coin Coin using slave labor to purchase her children; Metoyer marrying white to have an acceptable family to which he could leave property; defining Creole as being a mixture of African American, Spanish, French and Indian, the food, the traditions; her dark skinned father; great-great grandmother from Lafourche, Louisiana marrying the grandson of the Georgetown 272 Harriet enslaved by Jesuits selling slaves to build college; questioning why join DAR since she felt "it is all those white women who wouldn't let Marian Anderson sing"; joining after listening to a podcast episode about DAR by black host Bernice Bennett; DAR members being welcoming, having more in common than differences with members; mother never having a birth certificate, never able to travel out of country or vote; discovering her mother's birth certificate, grossly misspelled and identifying her father, previously unconfirmed; joining the Sacramento DAR chapter before the Cane River DAR chapter of Metoyer descendants was formed; never having met other DAR Metoyer descendants, estimated 10,000 descendants of Metoyer and Coin Coin; "I don't feel like 'nothing'" belonging to a society in which multiple descendants are members; serving as a chapter officer; father always asking "have you gone to any of those racist DAR meetings lately?", DAR sisters showing up for father's funeral without telling them, feeling very cared for that they came, having a big impact on her life; reconciling DAR's past history of racism by “judging others by their character and not color of their skin and that goes for DAR”.Read Dawn's biography at www.daughterdialogues.com/daughtersSubscribe to the newsletter at www.daughterdialogues.com
Have you been bullied? I get it. Me too. So has my friend and colleague Elyse Conroy and that's why we decided it was ESSENTIAL that we have this conversation about it.If you have experienced bullying, as a kid, as a teen, as an adult, then you need to take a listen.We talk about why it matters.We talk about how to heal and why it's important.Healing yourself matters.Have you been shoving it down? Telling yourself you should just get over it? Wondering why it keeps popping up and can still bring you to tears when you even think about it? Then this episode is for you.Want more?Come join me in my free Facebook Community: joinamanda.caWant more help? Book a complimentary consultation: https://3sconfidence.com/bookacall/About Elyse Conroy:Find her here:CEO/Founder of Soul Makeupwww.soulmakeup.comIG: @yoursoulmakeupLinkedIn: Elyse Conroy Click Here to Join Our FB Community: http://bit.ly/soulmakeupcommunityMore about Elyse:After spending 15 years as a Corporate Executive in the Beauty Industry, Elyse Conroy quit it all. Why? Because she failed. Now, it’s important to know that when Elyse got into beauty, she aspired to make women feel beautiful & confident with the products she created. But after launching thousands of products for some of the biggest beauty brands in the game, she realized that the products she created were serving as a band aid & when woman washed their face, there went their confidence, security, and feelings of beauty right down the sink.She saw that women wanted more out of life but were stuck in the pattern of trying to fix themselves from the outside in. So, she got to work, left her corporate 9-5, embarked on a world-wide self-development journey and learned that all the feelings we want are created from the inside out. She now coaches high-performing women how to take confident action now in their lives through 1:1 Programs, Retreats & Virtual Workshops.
Welcome to My Boobs Are Killing Me. A podcast brought to you by Stand Up Speak Up founder Karla Stephens-Tolstoy who shares with us the journey of her life with stage four cancer and the amazing individuals that inspire her along the way. Looking at Sandra Doweck, one would think she has it all – a thriving business, a community ambassador, a gorgeous family and looks like she has had an easy life. Sandra does have it all, but it has been hard to get to where she is today. Sandra’s journey to where she is today is nothing short of a struggle. She had a tough childhood – a disciplinarian father, a mother with a disability that was never recognized or diagnosed and a past victim of sexual abuse. Sandra shares with Karla that living by the rule of not blaming anyone and knowing it is up to her to make the necessary changes is why she is where she is today. Despite Sandra’s hardships, she is a motivated go-getter and will not accept anything mediocre in any part of her life. A podcast interview to inspire anyone to not let life’s past challenges determine your future and learn that taking care of yourself is key to leading the life you want. Share Youtube: My Boobs Are Killing Me! Instagram: @myboobsarekillingme Browse the Store: https://www.standupspeakupapparel.com/ Karla’s Cancer Blog: http://myboobsarekillingme.com/ Credits Executive Producer: Karla Stephens Tolstoy Interviewer: Sandra Doweck Production Editor & Sound: Amanda D'Souza Narrator: Amanda D'Souza Receive our newsletter, contribute show ideas and feedback by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show: https://www.standupspeakup.ca/give/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Growing up as the son of Iranian immigrants, Kevin Derek faced adversity with racism and prejudice growing up. He saw parallels in his own life story, that tied in with the story of his new documentary “More Than Miyagi”, which tells the life story of Pat Morita. As an Iranian-American, Kevin saw parallels in his own life, dealing with racism being Iranian, being beaten up as a kid, and having racial slurs spray-painted on his garage… he saw himself in the character of Daniel LaRusso (as played by Ralph Macchio) in “The Karate Kid”. He even had his own mentor Fumio Demorua (The Real Miyagi), like Mr. Miyagi, through martial arts he developed coping mechanisms and discipline to deal with his trauma. That film was hugely influential on him, which led him to this documentary. During his research for this film, he found out that Pat dealt with the same racism during the ’40s & ’50s into his professional career. This was the main inspiration for Kevin to tell the story of how they just both wanted to be successful American citizens and overcoming the many types of obstacles in their way. With Pat Morita, he wanted to tell his whole life story, starting with how he was diagnosed with then incurable tuberculosis. He was in a full-body cast, confined to a sanitarium from the ages of 2 to 11. Right after his recovery in 1941, World War 2 is in full force, and the FBI came to his families’ home and took them to an internment camp. His father would make bootleg sake in the internment camps, and Pat started drinking at 12 years old, which started his early alcoholism in his life. Pat was constantly teased and had overcome racism on daily basis as a Japanese-American, making it tough to start his professional acting career. He didn’t start acting until his 30’s, and at first, got roles mainly as minority-based smaller characters, it was tough for people of color or of another national original to get leading roles in films or TV. His drinking made its way to the set of movies and TV, causing problems in his career. Eventually, Pat’s alcoholism led to his death at age 73. Kevin Derek tells this story, with parallels to his own life story in the fantastic new documentary “More Than Miyagi”, which has a rare 100% fresh rating on rotten tomatoes. This is Kevin Derek in his own words, on Knockin’ Doorz Down. For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTM https://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/ https://twitter.com/51FIFTYLTM For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, YouTube Channel and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/podcast https://www.instagram.com/knockindoorzdown/ https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoorsdown/ https://twitter.com/kddmediacompany https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieirafoundation/ For more on More Than Miyagi and Keven Derek – https://www.linkpop.biz/more-than-miyagi/ https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/more_than_miyagi_the_pat_morita_story https://www.instagram.com/kevinderek https://www.facebook.com/kevin.derek.3
Today’s guest is Tasha Hunter. Tasha is an Air Force Veteran and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In today’s episode, she shares her experience of growth from surviving a traumatic childhood to becoming a therapist. In sharing her story, Tasha talks about the women that brought some light during her times of darkness, how her childhood affected her relationships, and how she maintained her faith along the way. Please note that this episode has mentions of child abuse and suicide and this may be too sensitive for some listeners. hope you gather some nuggets of hope within her story.Even when we leave troubling circumstances the effects still linger and as Tasha learned she needed to address and unpack that trauma in order to step into the more fulfilling life she was meant for.Find a therapist near you: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapistswww.Talkspace.comFollow along on Tasha's journey on Instagram and check out her memoir, "What Children Remember" which is available now.
Welcome back, Warriors! In this episode, you’ll hear the amazing story of a true survivor, Tarah Epstein Baiman. We talk about finding purpose in your pain after going through a traumatic experience. Tarah is the Founder of Bold Wellness, a transformative and holistic health services company focused on optimizing mind, body, and soul alignment. She is a certified wellness coach, an orphan, and trauma survivor advocate who also founded a nonprofit organization, The Orphan Society of America, which provides niche services for youth who’ve lost their parent(s) to violence. She has an incredible story to share, one that speaks to the resilience of the human spirit. Tarah is a single mom who lives in Merion Station, PA with her two children and their two dogs.You can learn more about Tarah and her holistic health services by visiting www.BoldWellnessCo.com or find her on Instagram @TarahBaiman and on Facebook @TarahEpsteinBaiman.As always, share, rate, and review this episode, and share your comments with us. We’d love to hear your thoughts!Warrior up & believe in YOU!xoCrissywww.crissypyfer.com
Although women are at greater risk for negative consequences following traumatic events, many often hesitate to seek mental health treatment. Survivors often wait years to receive help, while others never receive treatment at all. Untreated posttraumatic symptoms not only have tremendous mental health implications but can also lead to adverse effects on physical health. Female survivors may encounter physical symptoms including headaches, gastrointestinal problems, and sexual dysfunction. Although the mental and physical symptoms of PTSD-stress can be quite debilitating, trauma is often undiagnosed by health professionals due to a lack of training, time, and resources. In this episode, we’re talking to Melissa Barker, founder, and CEO of The Phoenix Project, a digital community that celebrates healing and authentic connections. Instagram: @iam_phoenix_rising www.iamphoenixproject.com Read about it in Forbes: How Mental Health Startup The Phoenix Project Is Making Mental Health Care More Accessible To All Be sure not to miss our weekly full episodes on Tuesdays and Scott Talks now released on Wednesdays by subscribing to the show wherever you listen to podcasts. Join our Only One In The Room Facebook Group if you'd like to ask a question of any of our upcoming guests for this series. Also visit the website www.theonlyonepod.com for the latest from our host Laura Cathcart Robbins like featured articles and more. We love hearing from you in the comments on iTunes and while you're there don't forget to rate us, subscribe and share the show! All of us at The Only One In The Room wish you safety and wellness during this challenging time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Shanda Renee shares the story of the night she attempted suicide and ended up helping to save the life of a man who was shot. What drove her to the point of not wanting to live?Growing up in an alcoholic home and with a mother who tried to present "the perfect family". Shanda was sexually abused at an early age which led her down a path of feeling disconnected from her peers. This led her down a path of codependent relationships, repeating trauma, and becoming a struggling single mother who turned to stripping to make ends meet.Hear Shanda's inspirational story of a chance meeting while working as a hostess at an upscale restaurant in which famed movie producer and director Garry Marshall handpicked her to play a supporting role in his 2004 film Raising Helen. Starring Kate Hudson, Joan Cusack, Helen Mirren, Hayden Panettiere, and Spencer Breslin. Now pursuing her dream as a full-time actor and producer, she embarks on helming her first independent production "The Elsewhere". This is Shanda Renee in her own words on Knockin’ Doorz Down.For Manscaped use the discount code KDD for 20% off!https://www.manscaped.com/ For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more information on the 51FIFTY LTM lifestyle brand https://51fiftyltm.com/https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTMhttps://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/podcasthttps://www.instagram.com/knockindoorzdown/https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoorsdown/https://twitter.com/kddmediacompanyhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race For Autism programs visit:https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieirafoundation/For more on Shanda Renee https://www.facebook.com/ShandaRenee777https://www.instagram.com/shandarenee__/https://twitter.com/shandarenee__
Hints for Healing est un nouveau site comprenant des outils de référence pour les éducateurs et professionnels œuvrant à la formation et à la réinsertion des personnes ayant vécu l’exil.
Do you live with chronic back or neck pain? Did your doctor tell you that this is “all part of getting older” and that there's nothing they can do? Do you ever wonder why people with similar back and neck degeneration experience drastically different pain levels, some not at all? Do you ever wonder why so many childhood trauma victims suffer from chronic, debilitating pain? Studies worldwide have shown that the presence of early trauma appears to confer a two- to three-fold risk of later development of chronic pain. Our guest, Rose Barnes-Covenant, is a Pain Recovery Coach with a Master's in Public Health. Rose suffered severe back pain, a condition she thought was a life sentence until she read about Neuro-circuit pain and how her early childhood trauma likely set her up to experience pain more severely. She learned all about the brain-body connection, and from there, how to retrain her brain to process pain differently. Rose grew up with a depressed mother who struggled with chronic low back pain and an emotionally unstable and unpredictable father. The emotional neglect made Rose feel unloved, invalidated, and unsafe. To cope, she put a lot of pressure on herself to be perfect. To protect herself, her brain became hyper-vigilant, constantly scanning for what might go wrong next. This hypervigilance eventually manifested in physical pain signals, where her brain was sending her severe physical pain to try to keep her safe. As anxiety and fear wove into the chronic pain, it became a self-perpetuating cycle and Rose was stuck in a cycle of constant back pain for over 6 years. “It's not just in your head, it's in the neuropathways in your brain, and you can heal by picking better thoughts.” — Rose Barnes-Covenant In this episode, Rose shares in great detail how she worked through her pain by changing how she perceives and processes pain. If you are tired of dealing with persistent pain and are ready for a better solution, this is an episode you don't want to miss. About Our Guest: Rose Barnes-Covernant is a Pain Recovery Coach with a Master's in Public Health, trained in Mind-Body Syndrome, life coaching, and meditation. Founder of Courageous Queendom, she works with women to break free from back and neck pain by reprogramming the brain and processing unresolved emotions. Rose's approach to healing aims to recover from pain, not just manage it. You can find Rose on Instagram and Facebook. More on Life Is Love School: For discussions with fellow survivors, join us on Facebook at “Life Is Love School.” To find us across social media, see linktr.ee/lifeisloveschool. Review Our Podcasts: Like all Life Is Love School episodes, we aim to deliver you useful information in a short amount of time, so you can apply what you've learned to reap the benefits immediately. If you like our podcasts, please leave us a review on Apple Podcast and send me an email with a screenshot of your review to get a copy of Life Is Love School's "How to build self-love habits " guide, complete with a streak tracker to help you build healthy habits in the new year! Please click here for instructions on how to leave a review. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/life-is-love-school/support
Are you taking your mess and making it your message? That is precisely what Lorilee Binstock from A Trauma Survivor Thriver’s Podcast does. She is a trauma survivor herself and has taken her story and message to her audience to help inspire others to thrive. It is often said that when one person shares their story, they give permission to someone else listening to go second. Key Topics: What trauma did Lorilee go through that brought her to this point of having a podcast (1:21) What was the turn around that made her trauma something she wanted to share (6:25) How did a trauma lead to starting having a podcast (7:45) Out of all the mediums to create, what was it about podcasting that made it a perfect fit (8:06) Lessons learned about growing a podcast that other podcasters could learn from (13:25) What makes RAINN.org the charity of choice and how has this resource impacted other trauma survivors (15:10) Website link: https://www.atstpodcast.com/ (https://www.atstpodcast.com/) Podcast Links: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-trauma-survivor-thrivers-podcast/id1521591495 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-trauma-survivor-thrivers-podcast/id1521591495) Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2F0c3Rwb2RjYXN0L2ZlZWQueG1s (https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2F0c3Rwb2RjYXN0L2ZlZWQueG1s) Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5No9NH1WJKcS3MbaewAe1a?nd=1 (https://open.spotify.com/show/5No9NH1WJKcS3MbaewAe1a?nd=1) Charity: Rainn (https://www.rainn.org/ (https://www.rainn.org/)) Donation: https://donate.rainn.org/donate?_ga=2.206996371.1064345719.1608344159-896944802.1608344159 (https://donate.rainn.org/donate?_ga=2.206996371.1064345719.1608344159-896944802.1608344159) Social Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorilee-binstock-ab4a9913/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorilee-binstock-ab4a9913/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/LorileeBinstock (https://twitter.com/LorileeBinstock) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LorileeBinstocknstagram: (https://www.facebook.com/LorileeBinstock) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trauma_survivor_thriver/ (https://www.instagram.com/trauma_survivor_thriver/) Tumbler: https://traumasurvivorthriver.tumblr.com/ (https://traumasurvivorthriver.tumblr.com/) Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/Lorilee2020/ (https://www.pinterest.com/Lorilee2020/) Thanks for Listening! Be sure to subscribe onhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/causecasts/id1398644299?mt=2 ( Apple),https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnBvZGlhbnQuY28vY2F1c2VjYXN0cy9yc3MueG1s ( Google),https://open.spotify.com/show/3hmQQrfFDPznEqEAEeRVm8 ( Spotify), https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/67ea3876-ad03-4d6f-814c-c5395544f5c6/Causepods?ref=dm_wcp_podcast_link_th (Amazon), or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com. Follow Mathew on Social Media to stay up to date on Causepods – https://www.facebook.com/MathewPassy (Facebook) |https://twitter.com/MathewPassy ( Twitter) |https://www.instagram.com/mathewpassy/ ( Instagram) |https://www.linkedin.com/in/mathewpassy/ ( LinkedIn) For help, resources, and community support, please join thehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/causepods ( Causepods Facebook Group) if you are already producing podcasts for a cause or are thinking about launching one. And if you would like to be a guest on Causepods, please fill out this form and schedulehttps://bookme.name/thepodcastconsultant/lite/causecast-podcast-booking ( your chat here).
In this episode, I’m following up to an Instagram post about being triggered in messes. What is going on internally? I will sharing some of my thoughts on this as well as my own experience. IG @cptsdcoach www.cptsdcoach.com
Join us for a multi-faceted and life-affirming conversation with writer, writing mentor and independent scholar Meg-John Barker where we discuss their wide ranging thoughts on gender non-conformity, plurality, consent, ‘anti-self help,’ and participation in queer and other subcultures. Topics we cover include: What it means to write an “anti self-help book” Plurality and trauma The intersections of psychology, gender non-conformity, and relationship structures outside the mainstream The crucial and complicated nature of consent Navigating the contradictions of academia and DIY media production About Meg-John Barker: Meg-John Barker is the author of a number of popular books on sex, gender, and relationships, including Queer: A Graphic History, Gender: A Graphic Guide, How To Understand Your Gender, Life Isn’t Binary, Enjoy Sex (How, When, and IF You Want To), Rewriting the Rules, and The Psychology of Sex. They have also written a number of books for scholars and counsellors on these topics, drawing on their own research and therapeutic practice. Find Meg-John online: On the web: rewriting-the-rules.com, megjohnandjustin.com On Social Media: Twitter: @megjohnbarker Instagram: @meg_john_barker Facebook: megjohnbarkerwriter YouTube: youtube.com/c/MegJohnBarkerPsych/ Links to relevant resources: Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22760492-healing-the-fragmented-selves-of-trauma-survivors Plural Selves: https://www.rewriting-the-rules.com/plural-work/ The Bisexuality Report: https://www.bimedia.org/bireport/ Life Isn’t Binary: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43818540-life-isn-t-binary Queer: A Graphic History: https://iconbooks.com/ib-title/queer-a-graphic-history/ Gender: A Graphic Guide: https://iconbooks.com/ib-title/gender-a-graphic-guide-2/ Sexuality: A Graphic Guide: https://iconbooks.com/ib-title/sexuality/ Meg-John and Justin podcast: https://megjohnandjustin.com/ https://www.rewriting-the-rules.com/self/zones-of-stuck-patterns/ https://www.rewriting-the-rules.com/self/plurality-and-trauma-2-practices/ Links to So Many Wings’ social media and website On the web: https://somanywings.org On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/somanywingspodcast On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/somanywingspodcast On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/somanywingspodcast
Today we share resources and ideas for bringing healthy touch and intimacy into the relationships of sexual trauma survivors. Get the help you need with you visit http://getfaithful.com/anatomyofmarriage