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The Trauma Therapist | Podcast is a podcast about the human spirit. Join Guy Macpherson, PhD at traumatherapistproject.com as he interviews thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, mindfulness, addiction and yoga and we learn about the journeys of these passionate mental health therapists who dedicate their lives to helping those who've been impacted by trauma.

The Trauma Therapist Trauma Therapist PLUS

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The Trauma Therapist | Podcast is a podcast about the human spirit. Join Guy Macpherson, PhD at traumatherapistproject.com as he interviews thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, mindfulness, addiction and yoga and we learn about the journeys of these passionate mental health therapists who dedicate their lives to helping those who've been impacted by trauma.

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Requiere suscripción y macOS 11.4 o una versión posterior

    PLUS: The PTSD Recovery Workbook with Jennifer Hughes, PhD

    PLUS: The PTSD Recovery Workbook with Jennifer Hughes, PhD

    Jenny Hughes is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma and PTSD. As a clinician, she practices EMDR, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Prolonged Exposure therapy. Jenny recently published a workbook designed for clients to use on their own or with their therapist called the PTSD Recovery Workbook, which can be found on Amazon.

    Through her clinical work, Jenny discovered that her true passion is to support other trauma therapists through the inevitable experience of vicarious trauma. While trauma work is incredibly rewarding, Jenny knew the therapists making space for this healing deserved to be cared for too. This inspired her to create The BRAVE Trauma Therapist Collective, a membership site that helps trauma therapists go from feeling drained and demoralized to energized and empowered. Members of BRAVE work with Jenny to become more aware of how to name VT, develop realistic ways to tame VT, and ultimately reframe VT by thriving in their professional and personal lives.

    Episode 624: Personal, Profound Transformation with Stephen Gyllenhaal

    Episode 624: Personal, Profound Transformation with Stephen Gyllenhaal

    This was an intense one for me. Stephen offered to do a “session” with me that quickly became very intense and powerful. I’ve experienced this on a few occasions as I’ve done the podcast. One time it was with Gabor Mate, and another time it was with Richard Schwartz. This experience for me was very timely, and thought provoking. I hope you enjoy it.
    Stephen Gyllenhaal is the founder of the Identity Development Institute whose mission is to grow a community of practitioners, researchers, and educators who are Early Trauma-informed across North America.
    Wounds from conception through pre-verbal development are a major cause of life-long challenges. Getting to the core of the matter allows these Early Traumas to be processed and opens space for each of us to live with more authenticity, power, and creativity.
    Stephen trained with Dr. Franz Ruppert and Marta Thorsheim in Oslo and Munich and facilitates ID sessions in North America as well as trains ID facilitators based on the IoPT method. He is a proud father and grandfather.
    For over 50 years Stephen has pursued two careers: 1) as an award-winning director of over 60 films and TV shows, including Losing Isaiah, Waterland, Homegrown, Twin Peaks, Rectify, Billions and Bosch; 2) as a “professional patient,” trying to gain clarity about his own personal issues through some form of therapy, analysis or 12 Step Program, including Cognitive Behavioral, Alderian, Attachment, Gestalt, Integrative, Jungian, Marriage and Family, Freudian and Kleinian Psychoanalysis, MPD (DID), Alanon, ACoA, SLAA and DA.
    He holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and sees himself as a fellow traveler with whomever shares the iD process with him, in either groups or in private sessions.
    He has come to understand that the iD process is the most powerful psychological tool he has had the privilege to encounter and is committed to making it available to everyone in North America no matter their life circumstance or personal issues.

    • 46 min
    PLUS: An Advocate for Healing with Sarah Craig

    PLUS: An Advocate for Healing with Sarah Craig

    Sarah Craig is the author of “To the Shadows,” in which she shares her journey of trauma recovery. Sarah was the first victim of ex-USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall to speak out about what occurred.

    Sarah was a master student at USC in 2004 during this abuse. In 2010 she finally mustered the strength and courage to confront what happened and sent a formal complaint to USC. It was completely dismissed. It wasn’t until 2018 when she saw ads about other women who had been molested that she contacted a law firm. She wound up being one of the 20 women (of the approximately 700 victims) that was deposed for the ongoing lawsuit.

    The book is an exploration of surviving trauma and the difficult process of healing. Sarah, who is hearing impaired, tried to bury what happened and after it was consuming her life she went through the painful process of healing. The book also shines a spotlight on how doctors are being protected by a broken system.

    Episode 623: Emotions Are Body-Based with Hilary Hendel, LCSW

    Episode 623: Emotions Are Body-Based with Hilary Hendel, LCSW

    Hilary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW, received her BA in biochemistry from Wesleyan University, a DDS from Columbia, and an MSW from Fordham University. She is a certified psychoanalyst and AEDP psychotherapist and supervisor. She is also the co-developed of the Emotions Education 101 Turnkey Curriculum and Emotions Education 101 8-week class on Zoom. Hilary is passionate about taking the complex world of emotions and making them easy to understand and work with for greater peace, calm and confidence. She is the developer of the Change Triangle tool for emotional health. She is also the author of the award-winning self-help book on emotions called, "It’s Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self" (Random House & Penguin UK). She has published articles in The New York Times, TIME, Oprah, Salon, and professional journals. Hilary’s blog on emotions and how to use them for wellbeing is read worldwide.
    In This Episode
    For more FREE resources on emotions and emotional health, visit Hilary’s website at Hilaryjacobshendel.com.
    Hilary on Facebook
    Hilary on Twitter
    Hilary on Instagram
    The Change Triangle Youtube Channel
    https://www.hilaryjacobshendel.com/emotions-education-101
    Order It’s Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self (Random House, 2018)

    • 34 min
    Episode 622: How To Live With Purpose with Louise Braun Frank

    Episode 622: How To Live With Purpose with Louise Braun Frank

    Louise Braun Frank is incredible. I had a pretty hard time interviewing her and not crying. Her story is tragic, there is no doubt about it. How she dealt with it and how she continued on her journey of life, though, is nothing short of inspiring.
    Louise’s children Joshua and Leah were both diagnosed with a rare progressive terminal disease. Over the course of their short lives, they lost their abilities to walk, see, and manage their personal care. Louise founded the Joy Thru Tears Foundation in 2021. Joy Thru Tears is passionate about honoring the love, dedication and tireless commitment caregivers provide to whomever they assist. Its mission is to offer a gift of self-care that will refresh, renew and rejuvenate their mind, body and spirit.
    In This Episode
    Joy Thru Tears Foundation
    The Gift of Great Sorrow; a journey through pain to purpose, Louise Braun Frank
    I’ll Push You,

    • 35 min
    PLUS: Ballet, Somatics & Post Traumatic Growth with Joelle Rabow Maletis

    PLUS: Ballet, Somatics & Post Traumatic Growth with Joelle Rabow Maletis

    Joelle’s passion is helping clients develop through self discovery and Post Trauma Growth. As a well-known psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor and CEO, Joelle Rabow Maletis uses reflective listening, strategic inquiry, and encouragement to provide feedback and interaction that allows clients to make informed, healthy, and compassionate decisions.

    Joelle’s career highlights include a feature on TED Top 10 Mental Health Videos for authoring a TED-Ed’s PTSD video, executive Coach for Apple, Google, Netflix, Zoom and other Silicon Valley executives.

    Joelle is a psychology professor at major universities, a guest speaker on ABC’s 60 Minutes: Beyond the Headlines, and Associate Producer to award-winning short film “Repressive Fire” about post 9/11 PTSD. She has also been on numerous podcasts, highlights include Bi-Polar Girl, Switch Research Therapy Talk, Mental Health Break, Patenting 2Go, Transforming Anxiety and Fertility Forward. In addition, Joelle is the host of Switch Research YouTube Live Miniseries, guest host for BiPolar Girl Podcast, a published author, appeared on multiple webinars for The World Congress of Traumatic Stress, TalkSpace, The Lasting App, San Jose Police Department, San Francisco Police Department, Veteran Administration (VA) panels for best practices for PTSD treatment, and has received several Outstanding Achievement Awards for Top Female Executive.

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