The Resiliency Podcast: Join us for discussions about the timeless principals of human healing, mental wellness and modern science. Hosted by Sara Johnson.
Season Two Begins August 2, 2022
Thanks for joining us for Season 1. Season 2 begins August 2.
Bill Anthes: From Special Forces Veteran to Therapist
Bill Anthes is a Special Forces Veteran continuing his service as a therapist with a unique approach of using physical fitness to improve mental health.
Upon leaving the military to better serve his family, Bill founded BETWEEN THE EARS (BTE) a coaching and experience-based brand that trains physical, mental, and emotional fitness for individuals and teams.
In 2020 Bill and his wife, Karianne, launched BTE Fitness, a daily fitness training methodology that connects physical training and mental health through a trauma-informed and nervous system based approach. BTE Fitness has both a brick and mortar training site in NJ and serves clients remotely all around the world.
United We Heal Documentary
Sara Johnson sit down with Magnus Johnson, Jeff Kyle and Ryan Welch to discuss the documentary film, United We Heal. Johnson and Kyle are both executive producers, as well as appearing in the film. Welch is the director of the documentary. They discuss the origins of the film and it’s importance is focusing on growth after trauma.
Magnus Johnson is the founder of Mission 22. Jeff Kyle is a part of American Valor Foundation, and co-executive produced the film with Johnson. Welch is a producer and director for AO Films.
Paul Lynch: EFT Tapping
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Founding Master. Specialist In Complex PTSD. Best selling international Author of 'Emotional Healing in Minutes'. Creator of 'The colour of pain'.
Eric Basek: Finding Purpose through Fitness
In this book, former police officer Eric Basek interviews 5 military veterans and 4 police officers in an attempt to discover the common battles with post traumatic stress, from the events they experienced, through their deep personal struggles and into their internal recalibration efforts as they make strides towards healing. It provides the reader with an honest and unfiltered look at the internal monologue of men and women who are fighting the battles to recover and re-establish their identities. Discover their truth strength by witnessing their vulnerability with you, the reader.
Stacy Pearsall & The Veterans Portrait Project
Stacy L. Pearsall got her start as an Air Force photographer at the age of 17. During her time in service, she traveled to over 41 countries, and attended the Military Photojournalism Program at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University from which she is a 50 Forward distinguished graduate. During three combat tours, she earned the Bronze Star Medal and Air Force Commendation with Valor for combat actions in Iraq. Though combat disabled and retired from military service, Pearsall has not let her disabilities hold her back. With her service animal America’s VetDogs Charlie by her side, she continues to work worldwide as an independent photographer and is an author, educator, military consultant, BRAVO748 public speaker and founder of the Veterans Portrait Project.
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