The trauma-informed paradigm is challenging traditional views and approach in a wide variety of areas in education, social work, psychology, and public health. Each week the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcasters Curt Mower, Jerry Yager, and Matthew Bennett explore aspects of the trauma-informed paradigm and how it challenges traditional views of service delivery and current events. Join the revolution!
Using Biometrics to Supplement Trauma-Informed Care with Kat Houghton
Kat Houghton joins the podcast to discuss here work with biometrics and what it can tell us about trauma and the post-traumatic growth process. Learn more about Kat Kat Houghton PhD is a psychologist fascinated by the intersection of technology and behavioral change. She co-founded ilumivu in 2009 to explore possibilities in digital mental health. […]
Trauma & Eating Disorders with Katherine Wells
Katherine Wells joins the podcast to discuss the relationship between trauma and eating disorders. Please join us for this episode to learn about a symptom of trauma that often goes undiagnosed and untreated. Katherine Wells a Licensed Mastered Social Worker who received her undergrad education in Social Work at the State University of Plattsburgh in […]
Talking Pre-Treatment with Jay S. Levy
Jay Levy returns to his show to talk about his Pre-treatment model. Pre-treatment provides a brilliant model that promotes engagement, builds relationships, and minimizes retraumatization. Jay shares his wisdom and insight and challenges us to think differently about the early stages of the helping relationship. Jay S. Levy has spent more than 30 years working […]
Creating Safe Space for Racial Justice Organizational Conversations with Charlie Fredrick
In this episode, Charlie Fredrick joins the show to discuss facilitating organizational conversations about the racial justice and Black Lives Matter movements in our community. While we all work hard to support these movements in our communities, it is equally important to access and address systematic racism and bias within our organizations. Charlie’s email: Charlie.Fredrick@ccd.edu […]
Spiritual Health with Dr. Deborah Borne
Dr. Deborah Borne joins Matt in this episode to discuss the relationship between trauma and spiritual health. Learn how Dr. Borne integrates spiritual health into her medical practice with those experiencing addiction, homelessness, and living with HIV.
Trauma of Marginalized Communities with Dr. Melody Brown
In this episode, Dr. Melody Brown returns to talk about the trauma and marginalized communities. Trauma is playing a major role in the impact of the pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement. Dr. Brown brings her expertise to examine the role of trauma in the challenges facing our communities. My name is Dr. Melody Brown […]