20 episodes

In this podcast series, I'll share my experiences as a trauma survivor and my journey through recovery. With the help of mental health advocates and experts, we will discuss ways to dismantle the stigma around mental illness to promote mental wellness.

A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast Lorilee Binstock

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 40 Ratings

In this podcast series, I'll share my experiences as a trauma survivor and my journey through recovery. With the help of mental health advocates and experts, we will discuss ways to dismantle the stigma around mental illness to promote mental wellness.

    Conversations with Gen Zers

    Conversations with Gen Zers

    A Pew Research Study shows Generation Z as the most racially and ethnically diverse generation and are on track to be the most well-educated yet. But world events in their short lifetime have also taken a toll on their mental health. This is the generation shaping the social, political and economic landscape of the country. Join Gen Z'ers Sarah Correa-Dibar and Mike Robb to hear how they are shaping the future.

    • 37 min
    Where the War Ends

    Where the War Ends

    On this Veterans Day, Tom Voss, military veteran, advocate, national liaison for Project Welcome Home Troops and Author of Where War Ends joins Lorilee Binstock for episode 18. After his return home from service, Voss found himself trapped in a world of chaos in his mind.  In a last ditch effort to heal from his PTSD, he embarked on a 2,700 mile journey towards recovery. Find out how he found his reason to live and his purpose to help others.

    • 38 min
    A Wild Ride to Healing

    A Wild Ride to Healing

    Being a mom is hard enough, but being a mom in the military can take its toll especially if both parents are enlisted. Major Annette Whittenberger, military veteran, entrepreneur, author, and host of The Truths We Hide Podcast joins Lorilee Binstock to discuss being a victim of military sexual abuse and being a mom in the military. 

    • 36 min
    Military Sexual Trauma

    Military Sexual Trauma

    In Episode 16, Sgt. Karalyn Martin joins A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast to share her story of unbelievable resilience. Sergeant Martin has endured extreme traumas in her life including multiple sexual abuse by family members. She joined the Marine Corps to escape her past only to find herself in a similar situation. However, she found her passion and life's work at a time she was just about to give up on herself. Learn how this warrior survived and thrived to help others find purpose through adversity.

    • 36 min
    The Truth Prescription

    The Truth Prescription

    Dr. Seku Gather's Joins A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast.

    • 36 min
    Human Trafficking

    Human Trafficking

    Human Trafficking may not look like how you imagine and you may not realize how close to home it really is.In episode 14, Katherine McGibbons, Human Trafficking Survivor and Co-Founder of Twelve11 discusses her personal experience of being trafficked and how she was able to escape. Katherine also gives us the facts about human trafficking and how you can identify it in your community.Although the words human trafficking may invoke an idea of moving humans around, the truth is it can take place within a single country, or even within a single community or even in a single home. It's the process of trapping people through the use of violence, deception or coercion and exploiting them for financial or personal gain.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Karen @amazingdivorce ,

Súper valuable!

I am the host of the HealIN with Karen Millón podcast and learning from you! Love to join you in our quest to inspire people to heal! LOVED your episode on Somatic Experiencing and want to learn more! Thanks for sharing!

Angiechocolatelove ,

Helpful & insightful

A truly sincere podcast with pure intentions to help others struggling with trauma.

Chamo165 ,

So much to learn about mental health

The tools explored in this podcast are useful for anyone. Even if you can’t relate to the issues discussed here, there are bits of information that really make you think about how you treat yourself and how you think and judge others.

Top Podcasts In Mental Health