Transforming Trauma is a podcast about individuals and communities thriving after Complex Trauma. In a modern world beset by trauma and a legacy of suffering, conflict and disconnection, healing trauma can serve as a vehicle for personal and social transformation. Listeners will be introduced to the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), a revolutionary approach for healing Complex Trauma (C-PTSD) and restoring connection to self and others. Interviews with NARM Therapists, and other prominent trauma specialists, will highlight how NARM fills a missing gap in our current efforts to address the legacy of childhood, cultural and intergenerational trauma. These leaders in the Trauma-Informed Care movement will guide listeners through the diverse ways NARM is applied to support individuals, couples, families and communities in order to actualize Post-Traumatic Growth. Whether you are a healthcare professional, an educator, a parent, a public policy maker, a trauma survivor, or someone interested in personal healing and social justice; this podcast will provide you with a map for increased resiliency, greater health outcomes, healthier relationships, personal growth and social change through transforming trauma.
NARM and the Role of Consent in Trauma-Informed Yoga with Colleen Millen
Our host Sarah Buino welcomes NARM Therapist and Accessible Yoga instructor Colleen Millen to dive into and discuss the theme of consent.
Colleen shares how her understanding of what consent means has deepened through her relationship with yoga and through her ongoing study of the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM).
Cultural Traumatization and Collective Awakening with Dr. Laurence Heller and Thomas Hübl
Dr. Laurence Heller, the Creator of the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is joined by Thomas Hubl, a teacher, author, and founder of the Academy of Inner Science and the Pocket Project.
Larry and Thomas discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the similarities between individual and collective trauma responses, and how their work overlaps in seeking to transform complex trauma through therapeutic, collective, and spiritual pathways.
How NARM Supports Treating the Whole Person with Naturopath, Dr. Mazen Atassi
Transforming Trauma host Sarah Buino speaks with Mazen Atassi, naturopath and NARM Practitioner, about how he uses NARM principles to support psychobiological healing in his medical practice. Throughout the episode, Sarah and Mazen explore the idea that NARM is for everyone and they take a closer look at how Mazen has applied NARM in the naturopathic realm.
Dismantling Anti-Semitism and the Complex Trauma of Colonialism with Dani Ishai Behan
In this next Jewish “High Holiday” episode, NARM Training Director Brad Kammer welcomes author Dani Ishai Behan to Transforming Trauma to discuss the nuances of the Jewish experience in Diaspora, and specifically the challenges around years of ethnic oppression, anti-Semitism and intergenerational trauma.
Exploring Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in the Jewish Experience with Rabbi Lynn Feinberg
n this "High Holidays" episode, Sarah Buino welcomes guest Rabbi Lynn Feinberg, the first female Jewish Rabbi in Norway, as well as NARM Practitioner, to reflect on her research into intergenerational trauma for second and third generation Holocaust survivors in Europe.
Intergenerational Trauma and Decolonizing Jewish Identity with Brad Kammer
This special bonus episode of Transforming Trauma welcomes Brad Kammer, NARM Training Institute Senior Faculty and Training Director, to introduce listeners to a series of “High Holiday” episodes featuring two different Jewish leaders advocating for healing of cultural and intergenerational trauma for the Jewish people.
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Compassionate, responsive, educational
The team behind the podcast is dedicated to being a resource to listeners especially through challenging times such as we've been having globally in 2020. I've been learning so much as a layperson about intergnerational and complex trauma (which I never even knew was a thing before this) that I can see where it applies in my own life and the lives of people I love.
Consistent with NARM Therapy, Transforming Trauma podcasts with host Sarah Buino invite me to connect information, the possibility of transformation, and my individual heart with the collective. Much gratitude & many thanks!
Professional and personal
I’m a LMHC who completed the NARM Practitioner Training in 2019. I work in a residential setting helping adult men heal from chemical dependency and trauma. I love everything about NARM and I really love listening to this Transforming Trauma podcast. My professional and personal approach to healing has shifted dramatically since day one of NARM training. I cannot speak highly enough of the NARM model for clients seeking therapy or for professionals seeking a model that can truly affect meaningful long term change for clients (& self!). Thank you to all who make this podcast possible.