The Healing is the Revolution Podcast is a soulful, intimate, and honest one-on-one conversation with noted psychiatrist and trauma expert Dr. Denese Shervington and a guest. Individuals share intimate - and at times tragic - stories of creating successful lives beyond their traumatic beginnings and for some, untreated experiences. Behind the pained words, learned wisdom, and laughter, are courageous examples shared with Dr. Shervington that display the effectiveness of breaking generational cycles of dysfunction. The series features a range of guests: each episode a personal story revealing joys, pains, and a path to healing. The living improves but the work is never done. Dr. Shervington pulls from her training and study in both eastern and western healing modalities to guide these explorations of past, present, and future. In her own words, she describes the Healing is the Revolution Podcast as a place where “everyday people like us bare our souls as we try to learn from each other the naked truth of living.”
Gina & Lauren | The B-Sides
This episode focuses on two women that are dedicated to breaking the cycle of trauma in their families and who are using their stories as a means to help heal others. First, we hear from Lauren, a board-certified child and adult psychiatrist, and...
Amy & Brennan | The B-Sides
This episode focuses on two people whose healing journeys have been highly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the unique processes each one uses to cope. In spite of the traumatic experiences that marked his childhood, Brennan’s resilient spirit...
Nikki Napoleon | The Scar I Wear Every Day
If pain is indeed inspiration for art, then poet, health advocate, and educator Nikki Napoleon’s first few decades were not short of material. From the layers of trauma in her home - heartbreakingly brushed off as “just learned behavior” by relatives...
Jasmine Davis | Being Jasmine
Since the age of four, artist and activist Jasmine Davis was very clear about who she was, yet she felt burdened by the weight of other people’s prejudice, expectations and projections onto her, and she had to constantly navigate this lack of acceptance...
Brennan Jacques | The Absence Of My Father
Today Brennan Jacques is a thriving middle-school teacher, and a football and basketball coach, yet in his own words his early life “was not pretty.” The memories that play on repeat in his head aren't all bright and positive like the once in a lifetime...
Amy Stewart | The Issues Are In The Tissues
Despite all, bodyworker, healer and writer Amy Stewart gently reminds herself that “I’m better now than I was back then.” And that is saying a lot, because by the age of nine she had already experienced enough trauma to feel that the world and...
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What is courage?
This episode demonstrates what courage looks like. Gina was honest and open about her life, the process to becoming free and her dedication to her healing. Dr. Shervington’s courage to ask the difficult questions in a calm and healing manner was heartwarming.
This podcast is where you will find real, deep and lively conversations that you will seem to find a connection! Can’t wait to see what episode 2 holds!
Real conversations with real people
Really enjoyed listening to this podcast. True stories from real people discussing real traumas and experiences in their lives. Such relatable conversations that people don’t always want to discuss but it’s refreshing to hear others share their past traumas and how they are learning to heal.