100 Folgen

Who’s a wounded healer? It’s any one of us who works in a caring profession and is bravely doing their own work, while helping others. My goal is to share the parallel journey we as healers walk along with our clients and how we attend to our own humanity while caring for others.

My podcast is about conversations and community building, what we can learn from each other, and how we can help heal each other. We’re cultivating a space where we celebrate vulnerability, authenticity and “showing up.”

It’s a place to meet people I think will inspire you, help you heal and grow – and who you can relate to at the same time.

I’m inspired by C.G. Jung’s “wounded healer” concept, where the healer’s own hurt that gives the measure of his own power to heal.

Another one of my heroes, Brene Brown, puts it best: “Mindfully practicing authenticity during our most soul-searching struggles is how we invite grace, joy and gratitude into our lives.”

Together, I hope this marriage of vulnerability and professionalism will inspire and entertain you...enjoy!

Conversations with a Wounded Healer Sarah Buino, Head/Heart Therapy

    • Mentale Gesundheit

Who’s a wounded healer? It’s any one of us who works in a caring profession and is bravely doing their own work, while helping others. My goal is to share the parallel journey we as healers walk along with our clients and how we attend to our own humanity while caring for others.

My podcast is about conversations and community building, what we can learn from each other, and how we can help heal each other. We’re cultivating a space where we celebrate vulnerability, authenticity and “showing up.”

It’s a place to meet people I think will inspire you, help you heal and grow – and who you can relate to at the same time.

I’m inspired by C.G. Jung’s “wounded healer” concept, where the healer’s own hurt that gives the measure of his own power to heal.

Another one of my heroes, Brene Brown, puts it best: “Mindfully practicing authenticity during our most soul-searching struggles is how we invite grace, joy and gratitude into our lives.”

Together, I hope this marriage of vulnerability and professionalism will inspire and entertain you...enjoy!

    Ashley Solomon - Elevating the Impact of Girls and Women in the World

    Ashley Solomon - Elevating the Impact of Girls and Women in the World

    “It's a weird place to be when you're in the midst of your own work.” ~Ashley Solomon
    First of all, you know I love getting to know new friends on air. Secondly, if you’ve listened to this show for a while (and why wouldn’t you?!), you know I’m all in when the topic du jour is either NARM-adjacent or Enneagram-related. But when the conversation contains all the things? Oh, my! 
    Ashley Solomon, PSY.D, CEDS, is founder of Gelia collaborative in Cincinnati and a new best friend. The collaborative is female-focused, supporting women’s wellbeing and empowerment through behavioral health, leadership, coaching, content creation, and events. Ashley specializes in eating disorders, fertility, anxiety, and career issues. While both of us use different models in practice, our desire to help clients regain agency lost to the relational or developmental traumas experienced in childhood is aligned. “We can alter and change those things,” she says, “through some of that inner child work and reparenting ourselves and kind of shifting things in our present-day relationships.” 
    Beyond her own inner child work, the Enneagram is the model that has resonated with Ashley the most on a personal and relational level. She describes it as a “cool uncovering” process which has provided her with a complete picture of her authentic nature. 
    GUEST BIO: 
    Dr. Ashley Solomon is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Galia Collaborative, a behavioral health and empowerment organization dedicated to elevating the impact of purpose-driven girls and women. She blends her love for research, her commitment to social justice, and her hard-earned experience to support women at challenge points in their lives. 
    For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    ***
    Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork.
    Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places...
    Website:
    www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/
    https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/
    Instagram:
    @headhearttherapy
    Twitter:
    @WoundedHealr
    @HeadHeart_Chi

    • 40 Min.
    Brandon Jones - Trading Cycles of Trauma and Drama for Peace, Balance, and Justice

    Brandon Jones - Trading Cycles of Trauma and Drama for Peace, Balance, and Justice

    “We have to be able to have these uncomfortable conversations and put in some uncomfortable strategies for people to move forward.” ~Brandon Jones
    What, exactly, is intergenerational trauma? How does structural racism even work? For Brandon Jones, the answers are balled up in the same knot of his origins story. As a psychotherapist, a professor with dual Masters degrees, and a 2013 Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow, Brandon’s committed to educating people about the intentional cycles of trauma and drama that supremacist culture has fostered within families of color. 
    For white folks, confronting these life-long, centuries-old systems requires acknowledgement of advantages that most of us have come to rely on, consciously and unconsciously.
    Our conversation begins with Brandon’s winding journey of self-discovery and travels through instances of early bias conditioning and “bootstrapping” - the racist myth that hard work is enough to level the playing field for all - in his own life. He sheds light on aspects of everyday, institutional racism, easy to overlook if you’re not intimately acquainted with them. What I call out as ignorance or “blindness” on the part of white folks, Brandon defines as denial, the privilege to avoid confronting what is known - another underhanded tactic from the supremacy playbook. 
    Listeners, you know how much I love a good chat! Well, Brandon humored yours truly so much that we almost ran out of time for the healer questions. Almost.
    GUEST BIO: 
    Brandon Jones is a Psychotherapist, Professor and currently serves as the Integrated Services Manager at NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center. He specializes in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Historical and Intergenerational trauma, Social/Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Leadership, and Youth Justice. Born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Brandon has survived living in a home of domestic violence and various other forms of trauma. Brandon holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Masters in Community Psychology from Metropolitan State University, and a Masters in Psychotherapy (MFT) from Adler Graduate School. Brandon is also a 2013 Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow. He is also a professor at Metropolitan State University and Century College. He lives by the motto of “Live life with Purpose on Purpose.”
    For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    ***
    Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork.
    Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places...
    Website:
    www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/
    https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/
    Instagram:
    @headhearttherapy
    Twitter:
    @WoundedHealr
    @HeadHeart_Chi

    • 50 Min.
    Shimi Shiba - From the Hairdresser’s Chair to the Therapist’s Couch

    Shimi Shiba - From the Hairdresser’s Chair to the Therapist’s Couch

    “I feel like there's so many different aspects of being a hairdresser. It's like, you're an artist, you're a counselor, a psychologist.” ~Shimi Shiba
    If only someone could take the easy intimacy that hairstylists enjoy with their longtime clients and translate the magic into a formal therapeutic setting… Oh, wait! I’ve met such a person. 
    In this episode, professional hairdresser Shimi Shiba shares the behind-the-chair insights that have prepared her for a return to school and propelled her toward a degree in counselling.
    Few vocations provide access to both a client’s body and brain in quite the same way as hairdressing. Routine visits strengthen the trust established through touch and conversation. It’s precisely this bonding that has prompted Illinois (the state in which Shimi practices) to enact a law requiring licensed stylists complete training to identify victims of domestic violence among their clientele. 
    Now, as a graduate student, Shimi’s melding structured learning with life experience. The years she’s spent observing client behavior in front of a literal mirror will provide Shimi with a professional POV that’s uniquely her own. “One thing that I’ve learned going to college and working on my bachelor's as an adult, the best sort of education I've had, like its own form of life college, has actually been being a hairdresser.” 
    Call it tHAIRapy.
    Shimi Shiba has been a hairdresser for 25 years (she started super young). She has a strong artistic eye and a true love of hair and makeup. She really loves connecting with people and personalizing a style to fit the individual. She doesn’t believe in the "one size fits all” approach. In addition to her styling talents, Shimi is also quite adept at astrology and is studying to become a counselor. 
    For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    ***
    Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork.
    Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places...
    Website:
    www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/
    https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/
    Instagram:
    @headhearttherapy
    Twitter:
    @WoundedHealr
    @HeadHeart_Chi

    • 37 Min.
    Claude Cayemitte - The Movement of Justice Comes From Disruption

    Claude Cayemitte - The Movement of Justice Comes From Disruption

    “Maybe it's not about healing. Maybe it's just about being with people who are wounded too. It's maybe like wounded is we're alive together.” ~Claude Cayemitte
    Hello friends! This is the episode in which Claude Cayemitte, LCSW blows my mind -- by answering the wounded healer question in a way I’ve never heard before. 
    So, who is Claude Cayemitte? He’s a NARM-certified, award-winning psychotherapist working with at-risk teenaged boys and their families. He’s a self-described passionate consumer of and advocate for outlets that address issues relating to social justice, systemic racism, and all forms of oppression. He’s a lover of comic books and chess. He’s a hater of spreadsheets (#same). He’s also a Black man living in a country grappling with the ugly, deadly realities of its white supremacist infrastructure and the confines of linear thinking. 
    Claude encourages listeners to reclaim joy, self-care, and intimacy - with themselves and others. They’re skills he’s had to pick up along his journey. “All I saw was my pain. All I saw was my trauma,” he recalls of his mental health challenge. “And I was so afraid of everyone else seeing it. But where I'm at now, like even with the George Floyd stuff, it's like I'm more than just that pain.” (#same!)
    Claude Cayemitte is a licensed clinical social worker who has experience working with trauma in substance abuse treatment and marginalized communities. Claude is an award-winning psychotherapist, receiving the Minority Fellowship Award from the Council of Social Work Education for his work with at-risk teens. Claude is a NARM certified therapist who currently works at Family First Adolescent Services, a residential treatment center that incorporates NARM in their programming. Claude also sees patients through his private practice using teletherapy. In 2020, in collaboration with the NARM training institute, Claude presented a Cultural Misattunement webinar on the topic of racial trauma and its impact on the therapeutic process. Claude believes in the healing power of conversation, allowing him the privilege to help people overcome obstacles to being healthy, authentic and connected.
     
    For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    ***
    Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork.
    Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places…
    Website:
    www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/
    https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/
    Instagram: 
    @headhearttherapy
    Twitter:
    @WoundedHealr
    @HeadHeart_Chi

    • 44 Min.
    Erin Law - Embodiment and Somatics for Healing from Supremacy Culture

    Erin Law - Embodiment and Somatics for Healing from Supremacy Culture

    I’m back from a brief summer respite with a total buzzkill for some of my listeners: healing from supremacy culture sucks! 

    Luckily, multidisciplinary artist, somatic movement educator, and bodyworker Erin Law has dedicated herself to mapping this journey. Together with her coworkers at Activist Theology Project, she’s co-creating a process in which fellow white folks can work on healing from supremacy culture’s one-two punch of self-loathing and complacency. 

    • 47 Min.
    From Prom King to Therapist - Re-Release - David Clinton

    From Prom King to Therapist - Re-Release - David Clinton

    As part of our "Archival August," we are re-releasing episodes from the past that have held specific significance for me recently, as I take some time for personal healing.
    This episode with David Clinton was really moving for me personally. David is from my same hometown and I don't know about you guys, but during the pandemic and everything that's been going on, there's been a lot of reflecting on the past and the ways in which our upbringing caused harm or trauma.
    David has become somebody that I have reached out to more regularly because he's just a really, really awesome guy. 
    ***
    David Clinton is a private practice therapist in Naperville, Illinois. He's a native of Cincinnati and studied psychology and religion at Indiana university before entering his masters in clinical psychology from Wheaton college, he's counseled in private since 2002. He's also a guitarist and amateur photographer and an avid reader.
    David is married and a father of two children who fill his days with laughter, excitement and a significant amount of property damage. 
    ***
    Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork.
    Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places...
    Website:
    www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/
    https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/
    Instagram:
    @headhearttherapy
    Twitter:
    @WoundedHealr
    @HeadHeart_Chi

    • 42 Min.

Top‑Podcasts in Mentale Gesundheit

Zuhörer haben auch Folgendes abonniert: