The trauma-informed paradigm is challenging traditional views and approach in a wide variety of areas in education, social work, psychology, and public health. Each week the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcasters Curt Mower, Jerry Yager, and Matthew Bennett explore aspects of the trauma-informed paradigm and how it challenges traditional views of service delivery and current events. Join the revolution!
Final Episodes – New Beginnings
After 146 episodes, we have reached the final chapter of the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcast. In this final episode, Matt reflects on the journey and future. Thank you so much for being part of this journey!
Dr. Rabinor joins the show to Talk about her new Book, Eating Disorders, and how Trauma Informs her Practice
In this episode of the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcast Dr. Judith Rabinor joins the show to share her expertise on eating disorders, developmental trauma, and share the insights in her recent book. Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD, is a clinician, author, writing coach, speaker, and workshop leader. In addition to her New York City private psychotherapy practice, she […]
Karen Gross joins the show to talk Trauma-Responsive Schools & Covid
In this episode of the Trauma-Informed Len Podcast, Karen Gross and Matt discuss trauma-sensitive and responsive schools and the impact of Covid on students and educators. Karen Gross is an educator and an author of adult and children’s books. She also serves as Senior Counsel at Finn Partners, where she consults on higher education crisis […]
Talking Trauma-Informed Workplaces with Nathan Gerbrandt
In this episode, Nathan Gerbrandt joins Matt to discuss the importance of trauma-informed workplaces and organizations. Nathan Gerbrandt is co-author of “A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces” and the Managing Director of the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute (CTRI). In this role, he is passionate about promoting trauma-informed practices that support individuals, organizations, and communities. […]
Measuring Group and Organizational Health During the Transition back from Covid
In this final episode of the transition back to normal series, Jeff and Matt examine the importance of health and wellness during a transition into the new normal and a post-covid reality.
One of my goals in creating Optimal HRV was to bring heart rate variability to everyday folks and not just elite athletes. In this episode, Jeff and Matt discuss their HRV through the good times and tough ones. Plus, we look at Matt’s data during burnout and after his vaccination.
Good Info, Bad Sound
As an educator, I love hearing about how trauma can affect the brain and learning. It’s so important, especially in our schools! However, I have a very difficult time listening to this for a whole episode because the host always seems to be yelling into his microphone. Sometimes so much so, I get a headache. If you could fix that, I would gladly come back and listen again, but until then, unsubscribing.
Please improve sound quality!
I am very interested in listening to these podcasts but the sound quality makes it very difficult, especially if you’re trying to listen in the car. My son has done his podcast from different locations (including a public campground) with a simple handheld device that sounds so much better and clearer that what you’re producing so I know it’s possible. Your’s really sounds like a echoing recording from a bathroom. PLEASE look into improving the sound...it seems like several other people have had the same concern
Very interesting podcast...great topics and knowledgeable presenters. Is there any way to cut down on the background and “loudness” when recording? It distracts from your great information. Thanks!