41 min

EP 19 : Managing adversity and change with Julia Samuel MBE Turning The Tables

    • Self Help

Julia Samuel MBE is one of Britains most celebrated psychotherapists. Founder patron of Child Bereavement UK, Julia has spent a career working in the NHS and then her private practice helping people to overcome life trauma's and challenges. She has specialised in grief counselling for parents who have lost a child, one of life's most traumatic adversities. 
Here experience, however, goes much broader dealing with health, family relationships, love and identity. Julia has appeared on TV and radio and several other podcasts including the highly acclaimed 'How to Fail' with Elizabeth Day.
Julia has written two books Grief Works and her latest recently published. 
'This too shall pass - stories of change, crisis and hopeful beginnings', which is now on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
Esther Perel wrote of the book 'A remarkable portrayal of how we need to understand ourselves to truly heal'.
Julia has enormous wisdom and insight around life's struggles and how to help people move through to find new enlightenment.
Our conversation spanned many issues including;


How she helps people process and manage the tragic loss of a child.


The recipe for a healthy relationship


The difference between a good and a bad argument!


Her eight pillars of strength, for times of change.


Julia also reveals her next project and her hopes for the world as we move forward.


Listen and share your stories about moving through adversity on the Turning the Tables podcast community page on Facebook.


Episode Credit


Editor and sound engineer: Tim White email: showupnow@gmail.com


Host: Simon Ratcliffe


Music:


Broken Elegance -Unconditionally


River Meditation - Audioautix


 

Julia Samuel MBE is one of Britains most celebrated psychotherapists. Founder patron of Child Bereavement UK, Julia has spent a career working in the NHS and then her private practice helping people to overcome life trauma's and challenges. She has specialised in grief counselling for parents who have lost a child, one of life's most traumatic adversities. 
Here experience, however, goes much broader dealing with health, family relationships, love and identity. Julia has appeared on TV and radio and several other podcasts including the highly acclaimed 'How to Fail' with Elizabeth Day.
Julia has written two books Grief Works and her latest recently published. 
'This too shall pass - stories of change, crisis and hopeful beginnings', which is now on the Sunday Times bestseller list.
Esther Perel wrote of the book 'A remarkable portrayal of how we need to understand ourselves to truly heal'.
Julia has enormous wisdom and insight around life's struggles and how to help people move through to find new enlightenment.
Our conversation spanned many issues including;


How she helps people process and manage the tragic loss of a child.


The recipe for a healthy relationship


The difference between a good and a bad argument!


Her eight pillars of strength, for times of change.


Julia also reveals her next project and her hopes for the world as we move forward.


Listen and share your stories about moving through adversity on the Turning the Tables podcast community page on Facebook.


Episode Credit


Editor and sound engineer: Tim White email: showupnow@gmail.com


Host: Simon Ratcliffe


Music:


Broken Elegance -Unconditionally


River Meditation - Audioautix


 

41 min