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Complex Trauma Recovery Kina Penelope

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    • 4.7 • 19 Ratings

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You can access my mailing list, workshops, and other resources I have available at https://linktr.ee/cptsdtherapist

You can email me cptsdtherapist@gmail.com for any inquiries Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/complextraumarecovery/support

    Religious Trauma and Deconstruction with guest therapist Miami Zarauskas

    Religious Trauma and Deconstruction with guest therapist Miami Zarauskas

    You can find Miami and all Kina’s resources here https://linktr.ee/cptsdtherapist




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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Polyvagal Theory and Practical Applications with guest Deb Dana

    Polyvagal Theory and Practical Applications with guest Deb Dana

    Today I am interviewing the one and only Deb Dana, one of the major contributors to the theories of the nervous system and somatic healing in therapy.

    Her website is linked below for those who want to check out more of her work.

    https://www.rhythmofregulation.com



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    https://linktr.ee/cptsdtherapist




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    • 57 min
    Sibling Abuse with guest therapist Dr. Amy Meyers

    Sibling Abuse with guest therapist Dr. Amy Meyers

    Amy Meyers, PhD, LCSW is a social work professor at Molloy University and a clinician in NYC where she has maintained a private practice for 30 years. She is an advisory board member to the Sibling Abuse and Aggression Research Advocacy Initiative at the University of New Hampshire and has published and presented nationally about sibling abuse. She has also conducted numerous trainings and workshops on diversity, locally and nationally, and transformed a Long Island School District’s approach to culturally responsive and inclusive teaching.  Dr. Meyers is the host of a podcast titled “What Would Dr. Meyers Do?” focused on countertransference and “getting into the mind of a therapist” where there is dedicated series to the issue of sibling abuse.


    www.amymeyersphd.org



    www.linktr.ee/drmeyerspod



    FB/IG/TT @drmeyerspod




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    • 40 min
    People pleasing as an attachment adaptation

    People pleasing as an attachment adaptation

    Just a brief episode of me discussing my thoughts on people pleasing as an attachment based adaptation. Also, weighing in on the “is people pleasing manipulation” debate

    https://linktr.ee/cptsdtherapist

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    • 22 min
    How We Make Sense of Trauma

    How We Make Sense of Trauma

    In this episode I discuss how we make sense of trauma when it is happening, and how these meanings impact us long term. I discuss what it means to reprocess trauma by focusing on meanings and learnings instead of specific incidents and autobiographical memories. 



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    • 22 min
    Interpersonal Neurobiology: How Relationships can change our brains with guest Therapist Julianne Taylor Schore

    Interpersonal Neurobiology: How Relationships can change our brains with guest Therapist Julianne Taylor Schore

    You can access Kinas workshops, support her work via Patreon and view her practice website here:

    https://linktr.ee/cptsdtherapist

    https://www.julianetaylorshore.com




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    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Silv1969 ,

Helpful even for a therapist

Your podcast puts very succinctly and in layman’s terms all different elements involved in CPTSD including attachments, inner child and biological internal processes.

I’m enjoying listening to them even as a therapist as it helps as a refresher and CPD.

Thank you.

SM

Power of us ,

Super informative

Thank you for sharing your knowledge. It’s all very informative. I am only just realising the how my childhood trauma has impacted me. I didn’t even realise I have Cptsd until last year. Now I am aware, everything you talk about is like you are describing me. I buried my trauma to survive - it became my superpower and I went onto uni so I never thought that it impacted me but 43 it’s all caught up with me and I’m trying to educate myself until the therapy I need so thank you for taking the time for people like me!

Chloe_Amber ,

Amazing resource for anyone who has experienced trauma

I am so, so grateful to have found this podcast. As someone who experienced childhood trauma I have been mis-diagnosed with everything under the sun for years and this podcast has finally hit the nail on the head. Informative, easy to understand and with practical advice, it’s a real life changer!

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