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Trauma Survivorhood

Sara Miley, CTRC-a, IFS

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Trauma Survivorhood's mission is to bring awareness and diminish stigmas related to trauma and healing. Each interview aims to inspire with stories shared by those thriving after surviving and to give survivors resources to add to their toolbox to benefit them in their own recovery journey. The host, Sara Miley, is an IFS-informed, advanced Certified Trauma Recovery Coach with her own private practice called Full Circle Wellspring LLC. For more info, visit https://www.traumasurvivorhoodpodca ...
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ASRA RAPP

American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

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The American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine presents the Regional Anesthesia and Pain Podcast (ASRA RAPP). Designed to bring you ongoing conversations in this exciting field, the podcast discusses current topics in both regional anesthesia and pain medicine, invites authors of significant publications to help explain their work, debates the merits and pitfalls of new technology and therapy, and informs you about important events where you can participate in the ASRA Pain Me ...
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Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. SPECIAL EVENT - Understanding the Nervous System Workshop This episode features our guest, Cindy Benezra – an author, speaker, philanthropist, and advocate - to bring awareness and meaningful conversation about the impacts of sexual abuse and trauma. TOPICS COVERED: -…
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Meet Dr Susan Partovi, recognized internationally as a leader in homeless and street medicine. She practices in the Skid Row district of Los Angeles, California which contains the highest concentration of homeless in the United States. Dr Partovi is one of the founders of H.E.A.L (Health Care, Empowerment, Advocacy and Learning), a non-profit that …
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Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. SPECIAL EVENT - Understanding the Nervous System Workshop This episode features our guest, Isabella Estes, who was raised in a cult until she y. In the years since, she has been on a road to healing and is now an author. Her new book “I Am No Longer” details more abou…
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Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Linn Rivers, a functional health expert and educator, who has over 15 years of education in the holistic health field including Neurolinguistic Programming, massage therapy, death doula, hypnosis, and more. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Jour…
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Ron talks with Max Friedman, author of "Painful Joy", memoir writer and second-generation Holocaust survivor. Max shares with us how his mother and father survived the horror of the Holocaust spending several years being imprisoned in concentration camps. Max will explain to us the difficulty of living in a family where both parents were haunted by…
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Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Dr. Maiysha Clairborne, an integrative family physician, Master Practitioner of NLP & Hypnosis, and founder of the Mind Re-Mapping Academy: School of NLP, Hypnosis, & Time Line Therapy® with over 20 years of experience. TOPICS COVERED:…
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Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Laura Giles, LCSW, who has spent over 20 years in the mental health field focusing on trauma work. She uses shadow work to help survivors live more authentically. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey – Laura Giles embarked on her journey in…
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Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Nick Prefontaine - author and motivational speaker - who survived a life-threatening snowboarding accident at 14, shares with us the S.T.E.P. system he used for himself and now with his clients. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey – Nick r…
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Ron talks to Risa August, an artist, writer, world traveler, certified Gestalt practioner, endurance athlete, and a Acromegaly patient and survivor. In 2011 Risa noticed something was wrong with her body, she began to grow and get larger despite being on a strict regimented diet and competing in endurance events such as cycling, triathlons and moun…
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Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Edit B. Kiss, a holistic mentor, success habit coach, author, and speaker, as she shares about releasing emotional blockages from ancestor defects and trauma. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey – transitioning from a petroleum engineer to…
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Host's Note - If you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Dr. Ardeshir Mehran, who is far from your “typical” psychologist, with more than 30 years expertise, here to talk about his ground-breaking theory: “You are not depressed; you are unfinished.” TOPICS: - Their journey - childhood trauma…
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Meet Dr Charley Ferrer, world renowned clinical sexologist and sex therapist. She is an award-winning author of several books on relationships, sexuality, self-empowerment and breast cancer. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016 and thyroid cancer in 2017, she became frustrated with the lack of information and treatment options provided to patients.…
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*Host's note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube Video. This episode features our guest, Lorraine Nilon, an Australian author, podcaster, and life coach with over 20 years of personal growth and spirituality research who specializes in helping others reconnect through self-reflection. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey – eve…
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Host Dr. Raj Gupta previews the amazing program and events of the upcoming ASRA Pain Medicine Spring Meeting in San Diego, CA on March 21-23 with Dr. Ki Jinn Chin, Dr. Ed Mariano, Dr. Jeni Noerenberg, Dr. Steve Porter, and Dr. Melody Herman. Go to https://asra.com/raapm for more details. Support the show Twitter: @ASRA_Society, @dr_rajgupta…
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*Host's note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Lincoln Stoller, PHD, who has over 50 years of experience with personal development, brain science, and spirituality to help people integrate the science of the mind with the wisdom of the body. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey – never…
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Meet Dan Clouser, author, podcast host, speaker, coaching trainer and consultant. In 2019 after founding and running a non-profit youth sports organization for 30 years working with kids and teaching them leadership skills and life lessons through sports, he felt a calling from God to leave his comfort zone. He started a new journey with his wife a…
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*Host's note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Sian Crossley - a psychotherapist who specializes in the Mother Wound and is founder of Break the Cycle Coaching. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey - doing her own work while becoming a therapist, discovering her own trauma, finding core …
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*Host's note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Jill Miller - a pioneer in forging links between fitness, yoga, athletics, massage, and pain management for over 30 years. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey - moving into body as a regulation tool as an overweight child, exercising with h…
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Meet Tim West who is legally blind and lost all his skin at age 4 due to Stevens- Johnsons Syndrome. Tim stands tall, he is a disability and mental health advocate who fights for those who feel they cannot. Listen and get a sense of what living with a disability is like from someone who tells it like it is. Sponsors: Hero Soap Company-Click link be…
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*Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Myra Kinds - a GERI trainer and BIPOC lead, licensed minister to youth, co-author, and a recognized leader in underserved and addiction/trauma communities. TOPICS COVERED: - Her path of living through what has now become her passion t…
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*Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Dr Tara Perry - a clinical hypnotherapist and doctor of acupuncture who specializes in Core Trauma Transformation. TOPICS COVERED: - Her story from suffocating in the film industry to finding therapeutic work as her calling, to help p…
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Ron talks with Eric Christiansen, an acclaimed documentarian and seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient whose films focus on the impact of trauma on individuals, families and communities. A trauma survivor himself, having lost his home in the Santa Barbara, California Painted Cave Fire disaster, he understands trauma and the resilience…
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*Host's note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Desireé English - senior trainer at GERI and Chair of the Board of GenderWorks in South Africa, an integrative trauma healing practitioner, and consultant. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey through her own trauma growing up with an alcoho…
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Ron talks with Leslie Hope Holthoff, a mom by the age of sixteen. Leslie tells us of her experiences in turning a life destined for failure into a life of abundance which inspired her to help others using herself created Hope to Happiness method. Leslie has authored the book "Not Mary, Not Roe" the survival story of a reluctant teen mom which is a …
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*Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Judy Foreman - journalist, author, and lecturer - as we discuss chronic pain, her new memoir, and emotional availability. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey through childhood sexual abuse, living in fear of her father, an emotionally unava…
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Meet Kim Sorrelle, author of the best seller "Love Is", serial entrepreneur, director of a humanitarian organization, activist, mother and lover of all people. In 2009 while battling breast cancer, her husband Steve received a pancreatic cancer diagnosis four months after her diagnosis. Her first book "Cry Until You Laugh" chronicles that journey. …
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*Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Delicia Niami, author of the trilogy "Resilient AF" where she uses storytelling to find healing from childhood abuse. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey through constant childhood abuse, being kidnapped to Iraq by a father who didn't even …
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Raj Gupta talks with Dr. Kiki Nin, Dr. Paul Su, and Dr. Adam Fischler about the ASRA Society LGBTQIA+ Special Interest Group. Today's topic focuses on the care of transgender patients during gender affirmation surgery and other operations. Support the show Twitter: @ASRA_Society, @dr_rajguptaBy American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
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Meet Michelle Shekhinah who was married for many years and was a stay-at-home mom with two special needs children. In 2015 she realized her husband was addicted to drugs. In this time, she had experienced financial, emotional and sexual abuse from him, which turned into him sex trafficking her. Michelle spent many nights crying on the floor, until …
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*Host's Note - to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video here. This episode features our guest, Ed Cohen - author, professor, and advocate for "the art of healing" by exploring his own path through chronic illness. TOPICS COVERED: - His journey suffering through childhood chronic illness, autoimmune disease, learning medical capacities a…
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Host's Note [This episode has visuals and screen share]: If you prefer to watch this episode, check out the YouTube video here. Today I explain why Lifestyle Design is so important, especially for Trauma Survivors, in order to expand the Window of Tolerance and access a life of more ease, joy, and thriving. TOPICS: - Intentional Living - Where are …
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Meet Tyler Wittkofsky, multi-genre author, poet, mental health and travel blogger, podcaster, winning marketing and communications professional who grew up homeless and abused by his father for the first ten years of his life. Tyler was constantly made to feel like a lesser person which led the way to quite a few mental health disorders that stem f…
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*Host's note : If you'd prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guests, Ann Pellegrini and Avgi Saketopoulou, both psychoanalysts in private practice in NYC and both professor/faculty at NYU, as we discuss their theory of gender formation in their bold new co-authored book, "Gender Without Identity". T…
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*Host's note - if you prefer to watch this episode, check out the YouTube video. Today we are going to break down the 12-week private coachsulting package from the new program, Personalized Trauma Healing System™. - 12-WEEK PRIVATE PACKAGE: 1. Prior to the intake, you'll be sent a Joy Scale assessment, lots of things to sign and review, a trauma hi…
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*Host's Note - if you prefer to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. This episode features our guest, Joshua Cameron, elite master healer who has helped people on five continents heal from physical and emotional pain. He shares with us how life-changing results in healing trauma and injuries are possible. TOPICS COVERED: - His journey…
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Dr. Raj Gupta talks with Dr. Alexios Carayannopoulos about the upcoming 2023 Fall Meeting that will be Nov 10-11, 2023 in New Orleans, LA. Go to https://asra.com/pain for more details. Early registration deadline is September 28. Support the show Twitter: @ASRA_Society, @dr_rajguptaBy American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
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Ron talks with author Susan Gold who wrote "Toxic Family, Transforming Childhood Trauma into Adult Freedom " and used her intuitive callings to leave her toxic family situation and eventually meet the demons of her upbringing that were continuing to repeat in her life. Professionally Susan became known for attracting celebrity talent to brands in N…
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If you prefer to watch this episode, check out the YouTube video here. Welcome back from Summer Break! I have been busy with an exciting new program now available. Topics today: - Post-Summer break catch up and my summer vaca (a virtual road trip with my clients in tow) - Trauma Survivorhood has a new look, a logo, and a website! - Why am I calling…
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Meet former U.S. Marine King Randall from Albany Georgia. King was alarmed by the high level of crime in his hometown. The young offenders were mostly black males as young as 11 years old. This inspired him to be the change the community needed and to be the role model these young men were missing in their lives. King founded the X for Boys Program…
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Check out this conversation with host Raj Gupta and 4 members of the ASRA Pain Medicine Resident Section Committee. We discuss the opportunity that the committee offers to medical students, residents, and fellows interested in getting involved in the society and advancing their careers within regional anesthesia, acute pain, and chronic pain. Guest…
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Ron talks with author Mike Aronson about his book "Whatever" which contains over 30 years of documentation of what he has witnessed in his life such as a painting, a statue, wall art, quotes, positive thoughts, poems, rants and more. Mike became obsessed with the word WHATEVER and it was his dream to write a book with all the stuff he had collected…
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Meet Tina Petrova award winning film maker, motivational speaker and author. When not teaching or making films, Tina is an advocate on the issue of chronic pain as she is also a chronic pain survivor and thriver. Tina has released a feature length documentary titled "Pain Warriors" about the pain epidemic in North America and discusses with us this…
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Ron interviews Greg Carpenter founder of Blue Sky CBD and Dr Eric Dorninger research and development director of Blue Sky to answer all his questions about CBD . CBD is explained for the listener, it's sourcing, properties, effects on the body, its uses, legal issues, and the benefits for the consumer. Blue Sky is a small company in Colorado that f…
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Dr. Raj Gupta from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN talks with the Cancer and Supportive Care Special Interest Group of ASRA Pain Medicine about the importance reducing barriers to care for cancer pain patients, expanding access to all forms of pain management, and the value of patients become educated about pain management and…
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Dr. Raj Gupta from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN discusses the importance of regional anesthesia and pain management for pediatric surgical cases. His guests are Dr. Michelle Kars from Northwell Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New York and Dr. Abhijit Biswas from London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Hospital, We…
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Ron talks with four-time paralympic basketball wheelchair medalist and hall of famer Mike Schlappi who was accidentally shot in the chest at age 14 and left two-thirds paralyzed. Mike inspires others through his experiences and discusses his philosophy of overcoming adversity, and his challenge to individuals to succeed despite difficult circumstan…
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Host's note: If you prefer to watch this, check out the YouTube video. This episode features me, your host, Sara Miley, playing the guest today. As the podcast winds down for a summer break, today I interview myself with similar questions that I ask my guests -- from my journey, to the most difficult parts of my trauma history, and of course resour…
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Meet Tom Exler, born with a rare birth defect called Bladder Exstrophy (BE) meaning his bladder was turned inaide out. Tom didn't ask to have a stoma but he is living proof that challenges in life doesn't have to stop anyone from what they want to do. Sponsors: Home Doctor Practical Guide https://3e24fn-0x2-k1z9b1gq42z1w7m.hop.clickbank.net Rare Pa…
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Host's note - To watch instead - check out the YouTube vid. This episode features our guest, Colette (Coco) Ramazani, a survivor of childhood trauma, spiritual abuse, and war rape. She now has a Master's degree, and is an author and a speaker with a passion for helping women find safety. TOPICS COVERED: - Her journey of losing both parents at a you…
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