Truth and Consequences is a podcast about trauma and its aftermath. Each episode explores the difficult and often surprising challenges that affect us in the wake of trauma and other life-altering events, including the destructive effects of revictimization. Focus is paid to the value of facing the truth and healing through relationships.
An App to Track Offenders of Sexual Violence
Ryan Soscia is the Founder & CEO of JDoe, a reporting app for survivors of sexual assault that identifies repeat offenders. Ryan explains the app's intriguing origin story in which a group of his friends identified a mutual abuser and the stunning events that followed. Ryan's firsthand experience inspired him to create the app as a way to reduce sexual violence by solving the problem of underreported repeat offenders. Learn how the app work, then help increase its effectiveness simply by spreading the word.
Beneath the Surface of Sobriety Lies Trauma
Jen Elizabeth speaks openly about addiction recovery with an emphasis on the trauma that frequently underlies addiction and the emotional work required to stop using, develop new coping mechanisms, and begin to heal from trauma.
Moment of Truth
It's just me, Miranda, opening up about my reasons for filing a sexual assault lawsuit against my older brother, Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage. I fill listeners in on what's happened in my life since--and talk about statutes of limitations for child sexual abuse, the NY Child Victims Act, my first tattoo, and more.
Honor with Action
Po Murray, Chair of the grassroots Newtown Action Alliance, is a friend and personal hero. She explains the grassroots group's efforts to stem gun violence through legislation and cultural change. We also talk about activism as a means of addressing trauma, and the widespread effects of gun violence in America.
EMDR: What it is and How it Works
Psychotherapist and EMDR consultant Barbara Heffernan, LCSW explains how Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing works and walks listeners through the application of this effective trauma treatment.
Two Survivors Talk Justice
My first returning guest Kathryn Robb talks with me about changes to Title IX (put in place by Betsy DeVos) that make it harder for victims of sexual assault to get justice, as well as updates in child sexual abuse statute of limitations laws and the added risk posed by the pandemic for current victims of child abuse.
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Thank you for this much needed podcast
As a survivor, I find it very healing and comforting to be able to hear about topics regarding childhood abuse from amazing survivors of childhood abuse. I absolutely love it. I would like to suggest an episode talking about how memory works when one endured childhood sexual abuse from an early age as it is something I believe would benefit us so much to understand more. Congratulations on your amazing work!!
Tackles tough topics
This is an authentic look at difficult subjects around traumatization and healing. Miranda has an empathetic ear for guests who share difficult stories and their unique journeys. Kudos to the guests and host for bringing their stories to the public.
Miranda is so brave!!
Discussing this topic in a public forum takes so much bravery and courage. Thank you Miranda for stepping forward and speaking about this delicate subject.