Trauma-Informed Everything with Allison & Andie brings trauma research into real life application. Join us weekly to learn to incorporate a trauma-sensitive mindset into your everyday life.
Season Wrap-up and What’s to Come
We’ve come to the end of our first season! It’s been real, friends. Listen to this episode for a short recap of what season 1 offered and a look forward at what Trauma-Informed Everything will look like in the near future- don’t worry, season 2 coming very soon!
Collective Pandemic Trauma: Meeting this Moment
We need to meet this moment. In this episode we define collective trauma and offer tips for coping with this moment in history.
Casual Q&A w/ Allison & Andie
Sometimes Allison and Andie need to just chill out and talk about their opinions, life stories, future plans and yes, trauma. This episode is a casual Q&A, very unscripted and very raw. Trigger warning for mention of adoption trauma and child/parent separation. Read the full transcript here Support us on Patreon here
Complex Trauma, Part 2
Complex trauma could be an entire series, but we’re offering you the basics in two episodes. We discuss the seven core domains of complex trauma’s developmental impact.
Complex Trauma, Part 1
Complex Trauma (C-PTSD) is a topic in a lot of trauma research circles right now. There are multiple angles we can discuss it from, so in this episode we decided to start with “symptom clusters” to give an overview.
Co-regulating Nervous Systems across a Lifespan
This episode is a companion to episode 5, discussing the ways that we can co-regulate our nervous systems with other human beings throughout the life course
Gentle and friendly conversation/learning about trauma-theory!
I am currently in therapy to get over some traumatic events early in my life and made a pretty immediate connection to the hosts! Wonderful to listen to, it’s like the living room casual conversation that your friends won’t have with you!
Get ready for some bible thump
Good until it turned into evangelism. Wish that was a part of the description. Not here to hear about “ministry” or “what the Bible says.”
They went political in episode 1
I really was hoping for a little bit of training for work, an organization that I volunteer for, and to work through my own stuff. Instead I found political leanings in the first episode. Episode 1 - trauma is a result of systemic racism, the more you know about trauma affects how you vote, and if policies don’t affect you then you are the very definition of privileged. As someone who spent her entire childhood in an abusive home with a drug addict for a dad, I find this insane. I’m hoping you’ve done more research since episode 1 and realize that trauma can affect anyone and doesn’t really care about your race, voting record, or “privilege”. And, no matter how hard you work to make something of yourself and put it behind you, it still affects you years later.