14 episodes

Voices not victims is a platform to empower people across the world to share their stories of overcoming tragedy and healing from trauma. We honor sharing stories with the world to lift up our voices and take away the label of victim. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/katie846/support

Voices Not Victims voices not victims

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Voices not victims is a platform to empower people across the world to share their stories of overcoming tragedy and healing from trauma. We honor sharing stories with the world to lift up our voices and take away the label of victim. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/katie846/support

    Surviving to Thriving with Whytli Rogers of In the Wake with Whytli

    Surviving to Thriving with Whytli Rogers of In the Wake with Whytli

    Whytli Rogers is a certified life coach, mental health advocate, and survivor of sexual and mental abuse. She is a podcast host on In the Wake with Whytli and the co-founder of the End The Stigma foundation. Through sharing her own story and speaking up for these things, she strives to empower others and let them know they aren’t alone in the struggle.

    Instagram: @whytli or @inthewakewithwhytli Website: https://whytli.com/ Podcast: In the Wake with Whytli (https://whytli.com/in-the-wake-podcast)


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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Advocacy Coalitions: What your city officials need to do NOW with Bianca Rosen

    Advocacy Coalitions: What your city officials need to do NOW with Bianca Rosen

    On this episode I sit down with Bianca Rosen.

    Bianca Rosen is a writer, anti-rape advocate, and communications strategist based in the Bay Area. Her work in the anti-rape movement began as a sexual assault counselor in San Francisco. For three and a half years, she supported survivors on the local crisis line. Through this experience, she witnessed how the City mistreats survivors and fails in its response to sexual violence. Bianca’s time as a counselor galvanized her to advocate and write extensively on this issue. She wrote a graduate thesis that examined San Francisco’s response to sexual assault from a survivor-centered perspective and made recommendations for change. She adapted this graduate thesis into an article for a local publication and authored several Op-Eds that jumpstarted a dialogue among elected leaders and community members about adopting more survivor-centered practices. Today, she is organizing a coalition of survivors and allies on the frontlines of local anti-rape advocacy work. She wants to build the survivor community’s political power to interrupt and improve responses to sexual violence at the local level.

    Connect with Bianca:

    Instagram and Twitter: @_biancarosen_

    website: biancarosen.me

    email: biancarosen444@gmail.com


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    • 59 min
    Why mental health unlocks your fitness goals and how struggles leverage our voices with Author Kirsten Beverley Waters

    Why mental health unlocks your fitness goals and how struggles leverage our voices with Author Kirsten Beverley Waters

    A pioneer in innovative movement methods for healing, Kirsten brings a modern perspective beating struggle – be they from everyday difficulties or life-changing events.In her new book STRUGGLE GURU (September 1, 2020 / US$14.99), Kirsten dives deep into an exploration of personal experience and how our individual stories and struggles help shape our individual core being giving breath to our individual strengths. Kirsten’s past has been punctuated with seemingly insurmountable challenges including a cancer diagnosis. But when it comes to defining the heights of her career, Kirsten credits the low moments in her life with enabling her to find her voice and harness her powers. Her strategy helps people optimize their sense of self through the lens of mental wellness, whole body health, and spiritual grounding. With Kirsten’s expert guidance, everybody will find their hidden superpower for overcoming struggle tucked in among these pages. She has shared her work and in been featured in publications such as Shape Magazine, Maine Women’s Magazine, the Daily Burn, Yoga Medicine, Misadventures Magazine, Strategic Athlete, The Outbound Collective, and Yoga World.


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    • 59 min
    Why we need to teach consent to our kids now more than ever in a pandemic: Rosalia Rivera of CONSENTparenting

    Why we need to teach consent to our kids now more than ever in a pandemic: Rosalia Rivera of CONSENTparenting

    Rosalia Rivera is a passionate consent educator, abuse prevention specialist, sexual literacy advocate, speaker, change agent, and survivor turned thriver. She is the host of AboutCONSENT™, a podcast for survivors and those who support survivors. Rosalia is also the founder of CONSENTparenting™, an online platform with courses, workshops and a membership for adults CSA* survivor parents to learn how to protect their families from abuse. She's also a Latinx mother of three young children and lives in Canada with her husband.

    Facebook: @Consentparenting

    Instagram: @Consentparenting 

    www.consentparenting.com


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    • 58 min
    Paving the way: Rashonda Wilson on Advocating for Survivors of Color

    Paving the way: Rashonda Wilson on Advocating for Survivors of Color

    Rashonda Wilson is the founder of I'm A Survivor, Inc.  As a woman of the African Diaspora ("Women of Color") and a survivor of sexual assault, she is passionate about healing women of color, who are survivors of sexual violence and communities affected by it.  Accordingly, Ms. Wilson found a need to advocate for women of color, who are survivors of sexual violence as well as spreading awareness about sexual violence in the Detroit Metropolitan Area.

    I'm A Survivor, Inc. envisions the world healed from generational trauma that continues to haunt marginalized communities and women of color.  Therefore, I'm A Survivor, Inc. strives to help women of color have a voice; to reshape systems or institutions that oppress, marginalize, and objectify women of color; and to descretate the rape culture.

    In order to achieve this vision, I'm A Survivor, Inc.  1) encourages healing via support group services, Bible study, and indigenous spiritual healing methods; 2) empowers women of color to boldly share their stories in order to debunk stereotypes that women of color cannot get raped; and 3) educates communities in the Detroit Metropolitan Area on sexual violence and its effects on women of color, the Black family, and the inner city community in an effort to stop blaming rape on woman of color and encourage the conversation of sexual violence in the Black family.

    Twitter:         @imasurvivorinc

    Instagram:    @imasurvivorinc

    Facebook:      I'm A Survivor Incorporated

    website:         www.imasurvivorinc.us


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    • 1 hr 6 min
    The secret to Burnout Recovery is not what you expected: with Caitlin Donovan, Burnout Expert and Author

    The secret to Burnout Recovery is not what you expected: with Caitlin Donovan, Burnout Expert and Author

    Caitlin Donovan is one of New York City’s leading burnout experts and acupuncturists, host of “Fried – The Burnout Podcast,” and author of the book "The Bouncebackability Factor: End Burnout, Gain Resilience, and Change the World". Her master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine enables Caitlin to combine Eastern wisdom with her natural practicality. After performing more than 25,000 acupuncture treatments,, Caitlin added 1:1 coaching, corporate workshops, and keynotes for companies such as PTC and Lululemon – all with a focus on burnout.  She has been featured on podcasts and online magazines such as “Forbes”, “Elephant Journal,” “Thrive Global,” “Addicted 2 Success”, as well as quoted in Oprah Magazine.

    www.instagram.com/cait_donovan 

    www.instagram.com/friedtheburnoutpodcast 

    www.facebook.com/caitdonovanburnoutcoach 

    www.linkedin.com/in/caitdonovan


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    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Whytli ,

LOVE!!

I love listening to this show - I’ve binged so many episodes. As a survivor myself, I really resonate with Katie’s message and passion. She is doing such wonderful and needed work!!

Cadon23 ,

So Incredibly Necessary

Creating spaces for the voices of victims, and allowing for the elimination of shame and uplifting of voices that are often afraid to speak up - Yes, Yes, and YES. Katie shares her own stories and creates space for each of us to do the same. The more we can shed light on the tough parts of our lives, the more we can more forward. This is so incredibly necessary!

mommalabs ,

Love it!!

Super amazing podcast with the best host!! Highly recommended!!

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