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Let's Talk EMDR

EMDR International Association (EMDRIA)

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Is EMDR therapy all that? How can this trauma-informed care help you? Find out more about this therapy option for your practice or your client’s mental health. New episodes twice a month. Answers to your EMDR therapy questions. Insights from EMDR therapists. Hosted by the EMDR International Association. Visit www.emdria.org for more information about eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.
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Trauma & Narcissism Redefined is to help women thrive after the devastating effects from the trauma of narcissistic abuse. Hosted by Caroline Strawson, best-selling author, speaker and award-winning Trauma Therapist & Coach and founder of the #1 Trauma Informed Narcissistic Trauma Recovery Programme using a unique integration of tools such as Internal Family Systems, Brainspotting, Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Breath Work & Positive Psychology to help you move form Post Traumati ...
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Podcast of the Heart 2 Heart Walk. A long distance walk to raise awareness around First Responder Mental Health and Wellbeing including Suicide, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Premature Mortality. The Heart 2 Heart Walk will take place from the 1 July 2023 from the geographic centre of Australia to the Nation's Capital, taking 3 months and over 2500km. The Podcast will cover everything from amazing stories of Police and Emergency Services workers right through to academic researchers loo ...
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Papa Tango Sierra Delta is the phonetic spelling of PTSD. This psychiatric injury, which may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event, series of events or set of circumstances, is up to five (5) times more common in first responders. Due to fears of stigmas, stereotypes, negative repercussions at the workplace, inclusive of being discharged, and a plethora of other reasons, many feel alone and acutely uncomfortable about speaking out; this has led to a suicide epid ...
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Dr. Anna Baranowsky is a Canadian Clinical Psychologist, CEO of the Traumatology Institute, Founder and President of the Board at Trauma Practice. She is the author of two books on trauma, numerous courses to help train professionals in trauma mental health and the developer of the Trauma Recovery Program for Self-Guided trauma care. She works with trauma survivors and those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on post-traumatic growth and recovery. Through her work she believes that w ...
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"The Journey Back to Myself: A Book of Healing Poetry" is a powerful and inspiring collection of poems written by Navy Veteran and Sound Alchemist Julie Jewels Smoot. This book delves into the author's personal journey of healing, addressing topics such as military sexual trauma, post-traumatic stress, speaking one's truth, empowerment, and the process of healing. Through her heartfelt and evocative poetry, Smoot shares her own experiences and invites readers to embark on their own path towa ...
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A Badge of Honor Podcast

Samantha Horwitz and John Salerno

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Former Secret Service LEO Samantha Horwitz and former NYPD Detective John Salerno host A Badge of Honor Podcast to highlight Post Traumatic Stress Injury recovery, wellness, and resiliency possible through training and support. Their organization by the same name works with police department mental health liasons and critical incidence management teams to provide workshops that are pivotal to successful lives and families in our communities. Call 469-232-7894 or go to ABadgeOfHonor.com to st ...
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Lessons on life, leadership, resilience and mental health. Erika Diaz is a wife, mama, and women in leadership. She also has depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. Erika and guests will tackle several issues surrounding mental health and wellness through honest and vulnerable conversations. We’ll put it all out there on the table, dispelling myths on mental health and vulnerability, both personally and professionally. Together, we will challenge the sta ...
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Embark on a journey that goes beyond sirens and flashing lights as we provide a safe haven to explore, demystify, and destigmatize mental health and wellness for first responders. Join us as we pull back the curtain, sharing powerful stories and expert insights that resonate with the heartbeat of those who run towards danger when others step back. It's more than just a podcast; it's a lifeline for the ones who dedicate their lives to saving others. In each episode, we unravel the stories and ...
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You are not alone. This show is here to help you on your journey. This is the Top Weekly Mental Health Show. This is the Official Podcast for Mental Health Advocates. We normalize the conversation together. This Top 3% Podcast provides you with a platform where people offer advice and share their vulnerable moments, life experiences, and stories. The Advocates and Professionals who have joined the show each week since January 2020 are committed to letting you know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Aft ...
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I cover life and the things that make it Radical. I'm a Marine Combat Vet, Family man, outdoors man, comedy lover, homesteader, bitcoin maximalist and I run Brave, a post traumatic stress mission.
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Project ReNew

Project ReNew Team

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Enter the world of Project ReNew, a podcast designed for anyone on the frontlines of healthcare, especially our dedicated nurses. Within these audio waves, we delve into a tapestry of vital topics, exploring post-traumatic stress, trauma, anxiety, insomnia, and the far-reaching impact of the pandemic on those who stand at the forefront of care. Project ReNew is more than just a podcast; it's a shared journey, a place where you'll discover that your experiences resonate with a community of li ...
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MY PROMISE: All my podcasts are safe for human consumption. GMOs are never used. Thousands of mice wearing tiny headphones listened to 100 continuous hours. There was no evidence of brain damage, although 12% of mice developed nervous twitches, night terrors, or post-traumatic stress. Fake data available on request. The internet is full of psychology wannabes and posers who are trying to replace me. My name is Dr Flower. I have a PhD in psychology so I’m not a wannabe or a knock-off. I’ve be ...
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You are at war....with yourself, and likely don’t realize it. Your thoughts, beliefs, habits, and actions often sabotage you. Are they helping you overcome adversity or setting you up for failure? To win this battle you must connect with your inner Warrior. We all have a Warrior within us, one that strengthens our resolve and helps us rise to meet life’s challenges. If you’re just surviving rather than thriving, then it’s time to embrace the Warrior archetype, live the Warrior Ethos, and asc ...
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Many survivors of severe psychological trauma suffer from a diverse set of troubling emotions that are compounded by harrowing behavioral conditions. And too often, the impact takes a destructive toll on lives. When identified, the condition of post-traumatic stress (PTS) is usually thought of / talked about / diagnosed as a “disorder.” That’s unfortunate and it’s incorrect. Brain, Hope, Reality: PTSI not PTSD, a new podcast by Dr. Eugene Lipov, shines a light on a relatively new understandi ...
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Reason With Me

Jackson Goding - Self-Worth and Relationship Psychotherapist and Counsellor

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This podcast is about raw, real and engaging conversations that get you to think. Get amongst it and reason with me about connection, self-worth and relationships. Why do we think feel and act the way we do? What drives us? How do we show up and be with ourselves and others? How do we find and thrive in healthy relationships? I love raising awareness and changing perspectives and have focused in and observed what the listeners have been connecting with most, you'll see a slight change from 2 ...
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SPADE: The Podcast

Paul Anthony Henderson Jr

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SPADE: The Podcast, which represents Suicide, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, and Epilepsy, looks to spread awareness to the African American community with respect to mental health. It's time the African American community speak on this difficult subject and face it head on. The following material is intended to provide educational awareness and promote dialogue within the community.
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Taking Back The Reins is for individuals that have ‘lost’ their way, who know they want to transform their life, rebuild relationships and recover from trauma. You're tired of feeling lost, like everyday is an uphill battle and disconnected from yourself and others around you. You may be struggling with PTSD or CPTSD, and are ready to access post-traumatic growth. You know you have it in you, you just need to understand how animals and nature can help turn your trauma around with personal de ...
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Princess R Lakshman, author, counsellor, life coach, and degree-qualified clinical nutritionist, speaks on different aspects of healing and recovery. These podcast episodes are inspired from the author’s life when she was healing and recovering from mental illness that began when she was battling with a brain tumour, adjusting to life as a single mother after a sudden marriage breakdown due to domestic violence, and facing rejection and disownment from family due to her choice to embrace Isl ...
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Frontline Freedom is a 501c3 nonprofit. We aim to serve frontline workers by providing outdoor adventures in backpacking and fly-fishing, free of charge. The Frontline Freedom Podcast is great for anyone interested in the outdoors and its positive effects on mental health. WHAT WE DO: Provide adventure therapy opportunities for those struggling with Depression, Anxiety, or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). WHO WE SERVE: We serve all current and retired First Responders. Including, but n ...
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Ms. ComPlexiTieS discusses her healing journey as a survivor of 28 years of abuse. This podcast is focused on raising awareness and healing strategies for Complex Post Traumatic Stress (disorder) Season 3 airing early 2020!
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I have spent over 20 years in corporate America, and now I dedicate my time helping people navigate through it. Being able to decode what managers and co-workers are doing and saying in the workplace is critical to navigate and advance in corporate America. I also coined the term Post-Traumatic Unemployment Disorder and discuss it in my book, "Post-Traumatic Unemployment Disorder - How I Fought For a Aix-Figure Severance and Won". Let's discuss how I can help you. Visit www.PostTraumaticUnem ...
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Wednesdays With Watson: Faith & Trauma Amy Watson- PTSD Patient-Trauma Survivor

Amy Watson: Trauma Survivor, Hope Carrier, Precious Daughter Of The Most High God

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Welcome to "Wednesdays With Watson," a compassionate and insightful podcast dedicated to exploring the complex journey of healing from PTSD, the role of faith in recovery, and the profound impact of trauma on our lives. Hosted by Amy Watson, a passionate advocate for mental health and a trauma survivor, this podcast aims to provide a safe and empathetic space for listeners to learn, share, and find hope.In each episode, we delve deep into the multifaceted aspects of Post-Traumatic Stress Dis ...
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I am Melanie Wienhoven and doctors told me I had to learn to live with my debilitating post-concussion symptoms. Refusing that reality, I built my own recovery method and made a full recovery from post-concussion syndrome 6 years after injury. Now, my team and I are on a mission to share hope, tools, expertise and recognition with you, so you can recover much faster than I did. You are not alone!
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Join hosts Laura Harvey & Shane Flannigan for these 4 Podcasts as they explore living life with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). These engaging conversations will offer valuable & creative insights about healing the mind, body & spirit with this invisible injury that affects millions of people across the globe.
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MEC Connect

Midwest Employers Casualty

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Tune into MEC Connect to hear MEC experts discuss the latest developments in workers' compensation. Drawing upon their extensive experience, they will share stories and practical tips that can help partners and employers discover innovative ways to create a better outcome in their program.
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The show for men who are sick of their own sh*t and ready to make a change for better mental health. Zach Tucker and Jeremy Grater have been on a never-ending quest for knowledge about physical, emotional, and mental health. They've tried everything from questionable diets to questionable therapy techniques, and now they're here to share their misadventures with you. After years of hosting this wild ride of a show, they've managed to snag interviews with some big shots in the health and well ...
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Ketamine therapy is available in the forms of IV (intravenous) infusion, sublingual ketamine troches, IM (intramuscular) injections, and nasal spray (Spravato/esketamine). Ketamine has been called an anesthetic, a psychedelic, and a nootropic drug. Ketamine-assisted therapy is already available for conditions such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), bipolar depression, addiction, suicidality, chronic pain, neuropathic pain, and ...
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Welcome to The Resilient Heart Podcast where we dive deep into the difficult topics of unexpected loss, suicide, and post traumatic stress. Trauma and loss can make you feel like you are in a deep dark pit of impossibility. It takes courage to step into freedom. No matter where you are in this journey, it’s never too late to reclaim the life God has designed for you. So come alongside us as we empower you to reclaim your life. Contact us at www.theresilientheartpodcast.com
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Seizing Life

CURE Epilepsy

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Seizing Life, a CURE Epilepsy podcast hosted by Kelly Cervantes, aims to inspire empathy & give hope as we search for a cure for epilepsy. Together, we can find a cure. We can seize life.
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“Being kind is more important than being right. Most times, what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks; rather, they need a patient heart that listens.” — Dr. Yvonne Kaye Mother, grandmother, storyteller, writer, published author, thanatologist, humorist, and former Philadelphia radio show personality, Dr. Yvonne Kaye has been involved with people since 1951 in her native England. "In this podcast, I will cover all aspects of growth and overcoming challenges. Anything goes. Laughte ...
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The Route Step March (RSM) Podcast is an intimate and deeply moving podcast that brings you into the lives of three remarkable army veterans as they embark on a transformative journey of coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In this raw and honest series, these veterans courageously share their personal stories, from the battlefields to the home front, highlighting the challenges they've faced and the strength they've discovered within themselves.
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Back from Broken

Colorado Public Radio

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Back From Broken is an interview series about what it takes to recover from the biggest challenge of your life -- and what others can learn from your adversity. Colorado Public Radio’s Vic Vela, an award-winning journalist who’s also a recovering drug addict, hosts the podcast. Vic talks with guests about challenges like substance abuse, mental illness, gambling addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder. Each story describes the highest highs, the darkest moments and what it takes to make ...
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On Your Mind

Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D.

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What’s on your mind? Are you or a loved one struggling with mental health challenges? Do you have a specific personal or professional interest in mental health? Perhaps you are looking to build mental and emotional resiliency. The On Your Mind podcast by Journey’s Dream brings together professionals in the field who are successfully supporting people through mental health challenges to a place of true and lasting well-being. Here you will find hope and inspiration. You will walk away with pr ...
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That Bird With the Bipolar

That Bird With Bipolar

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I live with Bipolar, Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Fibromyalgia Syndrome. In this podcast I'll address symptoms & aspects of all my diagnosis, information about them and working towards living a full life with these mental health differences. If you'd like me to address a particular topic please email me thatbirdwiththebipolar@gmail.com.
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Notes of Hope is a personal and professional podcast full of uplifting stories, practical tips, education on medication, different kinds of therapies, types of Mental Health Professionals and more. Linnea shares personal stories and professional insight about living with Depression, Anxiety and any kind of Mental Health Struggle. Linnea Baker is a licensed Therapist, has a degree in Theology and is a survivor of Major Depression, Social Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Trauma Induced ...
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Narcissistic Abuse Rehab

Narcissistic Abuse Rehab

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The Narcissistic Abuse Rehab Podcast provides a trauma-informed evidence based perspective on topics related to abusive power and control dynamics. Selected as one of Feedspot's Top 10 Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Podcasts of 21, 2022, and 2023. Host Manya Wakefield is a recovery coach, educator and author specialized in cognitive behavioral therapy and post-traumatic stress recovery. Download your FREE of the e-Book 'Are Your in An Emotionally Abusive Relationship?' https://bit.ly/2zfZeu3 Fo ...
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The Jessica Jones After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's Jessica Jones. Show Summary: This Netflix original chronicles the life of one of the darker Marvel characters, the mysterious Jessica Jones. When a tragedy puts an end to her short-lived career as a superhero, Jessica settles in New York City and opens her own detective agency, called Alias Investigations, which seems to be called into cases involving people who have special abilities. Suffering from post-trauma ...
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Traumatic events affect the body, mind, emotions, and ultimately one's behavior. They are classified as witnessing or experiencing the sudden or violent death of a loved one or others you care about, as well as, serious physical injury, molestation, sexual, physical, mental, or emotional abuse by family members, spouse, or person in society. Mental effects of trauma include heightened awareness, dissociation from emotional pain, denial of the event happening, difficulty concentrating, poor a ...
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Some veterans face a more personal battle on the homefront after they are discharged from military service. The Observer-Reporter will discuss the plight facing veterans upon coming home in a series of occasional stories that will focus on a variety of topics, including post-traumatic stress disorder, challenges of receiving adequate medical care and benefits, homelessness and a high rate of suicide. The series will run in the newspaper's print and digital editions throughout 2015, with spec ...
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We’ve all experienced the inner critic to some extent. You know, that voice inside of your head saying you’re not good enough, or that you’re a bad person. Where does this voice come from and why is it so vicious? Well, for people dealing with CPTS, this voice is even louder, and even more critical. The volume gets turned up ten notches, and turnin…
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Ken talks with Gerry Ken Crete, PhD “Litanies of the Heart: Relieving Post-Traumatic Stress and Calming Anxiety Through Healing Our Parts” (Sophia Institute Press) and Kenneth Craycraft “Citizens Yet Strangers: Living Authentically Catholic in a Divided America” (Our Sunday Visitor). Gerry’s book available at: https://sophiainstitute.com/product/li…
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This episode features guest Tina D'Andrea discussing the critical topic of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the workplace. With over 25 years of experience in workers compensation, Tina offers deep insights into the symptoms, diagnosis, and effective treatment of PTSD, particularly among professions with high public interaction like first r…
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Are you struggling to find your true purpose in life and feeling lost or unfulfilled? Many people, especially men, find themselves feeling disconnected from their deeper sense of purpose and meaning, often focusing solely on external markers of success like careers and material possessions. This episode explores practical strategies to identify you…
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Have you ever found yourself in a cycle of leaving an unhealthy relationship only to return, feeling trapped and unable to break free? This phenomenon, known as trauma bonding, is one I know well from my time with my ex-husband, but also stemming from my relationship to my father. In this episode, we delve into: What is trauma bonding and how to re…
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🎧 Episode# 7: Challenging the Status Quo: Mens Mental Health 🎧I loved this conversation with Mickey Pelletier! It was rich and diverse, covering various aspects of emotions, resilience, and mental health. We shared personal anecdotes, including experiences of job loss and its emotional impact, highlighting the importance of acknowledging and proces…
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Yoga can help heal your Generalized Anxiety Disorder and allow you to live your best life... just ask Ashton! She joins us from Tucson, Arizona to share her story, what led her to mental health, all things yoga, and everything in between. Enjoy the show! Welcome back to A Mental Health Break! If you enjoy the show, please subscribe for weekly episo…
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Jennifer’s book available at: : https://ignatius.com/the-detransition-diaries-ddp/ and Dr. Reed’s: : https://sophiainstitute.com/product/sacred-conversations/ To find out more about Jennifer and the Center for Bioethics: https://cbc-network.org/ and Dr Reed at: https://oursacredconversations.com/ All reactions: 11 L'articolo Meet the Author with Ke…
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Immerse yourself in a deeply healing experience with the Self Healing Serenade. This unique product offers an hour and thirty minutes of pure relaxation and rejuvenation through the power of Shamanic Drums, Tibetan Singing Bowls, and a Jupiter Gong. Let the soothing sounds of these ancient instruments wash over you, helping to release tension, bala…
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Welcome to today's episode where we explore the lives of Samie and Ryan, a couple who both serve as first responders, balancing their demanding careers with raising a young family. They share their story from how they met and got engaged, to the conscious decision to prioritize their relationship and family life above all else. Communication, trust…
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What if you could live in a constant state of gratitude and present awareness, instead of being stuck in the worries and regrets of the past or future? In this episode, Tony Berardo discusses his journey of personal growth and self-improvement. He emphasizes the importance of being self-aware and constantly striving to be better every day. He share…
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Do you ever experience a sense of detachment from your surroundings? Even in the presence of others, you might feel as though you're not fully engaged. My former spouse exhibited covert narcissistic traits, and I found myself stuck in a freeze response for decades. I was completely disconnected from reality, wearing a smile that masked my functiona…
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According to the U.S. National Institute for Mental Health, an estimated 4.7 percent of the population experience a panic disorder at some time in their lives. They define a panic disorder as "an anxiety disorder characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms that may include chest pain, heart pal…
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Hosts Matt Yehling and Patty Reinecke sit down with Dr. Fernando Branco, MEC's Chief Medical Officer, to discuss Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). Dr. Branco shares his expertise on these challenging diagnoses, explaining how they can develop from seemingly minor injuries and the difficulties in accuratel…
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This episode is all about our relationship with food. Grace Deavin is an Eating Disorder and Mental Health dietitian based on Sydney's Northern Beaches. She specialises in helping people go from confused to enthused about their relationship with food, movement, and their bodies. With warmth, empathy and skilful counselling, Grace guides her clients…
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If you had a hidden talent just waiting to be released, what would you want it to be (only one choice)? Usually, a genius is born that way so most of us already missed that opportunity. But sometimes a person who isn’t born with special abilities, can develop them later in life following brain trauma, an illness, or head injury. Could you imagine b…
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What is the difference between a dream, a hallucination, and the real world? Sometimes there is no difference at all. They may be exactly the same as far as your brain is concerned. The nature of reality has been debated by philosophers and scientists for thousands of years. I am not trying to settle the nature of reality issue today. My goal is to…
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Ever been caught in a swirl of emotions after receiving a tough piece of feedback? Imagine transforming that moment into a stepping stone for growth. That's the promise of our latest Project Renew podcast, where I, Yona, peel back the layers of giving and receiving feedback in nursing. It's a heartfelt voyage into the world of effective communicati…
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Writer, journalist, U.S. Air Force Veteran, and traumatic brain injury survivor, Christina Brown Fisher speaks with Dr. Russell Gore who is the chief medical officer of the Avalon Action Alliance (www.avalonactionalliance.org). The Avalon Action Alliance is a national network of programs treating mild and complex traumatic brain injury, for first r…
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Putting science and mental health together for a one-of-a-kind episode with Clement. Some areas of discussion include: -Path to an awakened mind, blending meditation with sciences -Transformative impact of 'non-self' on personal development -Practical tips for daily decision-making, creativity, and problem-solving -the 3 me’s - past current future …
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Since the 1950s, California’s Disneyland has been known as "The Happiest Place On Earth". It’s the only place where everyone can feel that childhood happiness. There is just one problem with Disneyland. You can’t apply for citizenship to live there forever. If you could, it would quickly become the most crowded place on Earth. But if you are lookin…
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Movies tell us that there are many threats to humanity’s existence. And just as we know that EVERYTHING on the internet is TRUE, we can also be pretty sure that movies know exactly what they’re talking about. It could be an alien invasion from outer space, a zombie apocalypse, or destruction by artificial intelligence that we have created. I can’t …
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Strap in for a whirlwind tour of the ADHD universe, where every day is an adventure and executive dysfunction is just the tip of the iceberg. This episode dives into the nitty-gritty of living with ADHD, from the thrill of hyperfocus to the challenges of rejection sensitivity dysphoria and everything in between. Imagine your brain constantly flippi…
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Contact/Follow Rachel Contact Amy Navigating the turbulent waters of life's greatest challenges, we often find solace in shared stories of resilience. In the raw echo of personal loss and the relentless pursuit of faith, Rachel Scott McDaniel and Crissy Loughridge join me to bear witness to the power of a God-centered life. We unravel the threads o…
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Dr. Olivia Johnson, founder of the Blue Wall Institute on @A Badge of Honor Podcast. Dr. Johnson is a U.S Air Force Veteran, a former law enforcement officer, keynote speaker, and a Suicidology researcher. She is the President / Founder of The Blue Wall Institute. The In…
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Katie Carlson, Director of Wellness Initiatives for the Marion County Sheriff's Office. Katie oversees the implementation and execution of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office wellness programs. Working in coordination with the MCSO Command Staff, Katie creates a culture o…
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Tom Smith and Dan Murphy, ret. NYPD detectives and hosts of The Gold Shields Show on @A Badge of Honor Podcast The Gold Shields Show brings you the most compelling true crime stories shared by the detectives that made the cases! Your hosts, Tom Smith and Dan Murphy both …
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It’s hard to have a conversation with others about mental health issues because some people might misconstrue it as crazy. The mental health issue is not craziness, so Don’t Call Me Crazy! In this episode, Kelly Jensen, an Editor at Book Riot, unravels the pages of Don’t Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation About Mental Health. The book …
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Have you ever felt like your beliefs and habits around health and wellness were holding you back from truly enjoying life? Many of us struggle to find the right balance between discipline and indulgence when it comes to our well-being. This episode explores how questioning long-held beliefs can open up new possibilities for a happier, more fulfilli…
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EP25 - The Final H2H Walk Podcast: Life after the walk with Billy, Bats, Greg and Matt. The podcast wrap-up. We've been back for a while, and a few walkers have had a chat! I'll say sorry up front for the delay in doing this podcast. Even after getting it recorded, it has taken a while to edit it for the platform. To be honest, I've not been going …
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You would probably be offended if someone said your pain was all in your head. But guess what - that is actually true. Pain is constructed entirely in the brain. Just because pain is in your head does’nt make it less real. In fact it’s your brain that literally creates what your body feels. For example, if you accidentally hit your finger with a ha…
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🎧 Episode# 6: Mental Wellness & the Importance of Body Movement 🎧 Tuning into internal cues and being present with oneself is crucial, especially in a world bombarded with external stimuli and societal pressures. Movement, whether it’s dance, yoga, or any form of exercise, can provide an opportunity to reconnect with our internal experiences and li…
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Have you been cheated on? My ex-husband was a perpetual cheater, and yet I blamed myself for not being good enough for him. It took years of self-reflection and understanding to see that it wasn’t my fault, and so I want to pass on to you how to break the vicious cycle of cheating and betrayal. In this episode, you will learn: What is betrayal trau…
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You can live with just one kidney or a single lung, but whoever thought you could live a normal life with only half a brain? Most of us can’t even live without our cellphone for more than a few hours. A human brain contains about 86 billion neurons or brain cells. A single brain cell isn’t very smart by itself. But when they are connected in vast n…
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We first explored this question in Season 2 and felt it was necessary to revisit; with more altitude, updated research and further along in our healing journeys. In this episode, hosts Elisabeth Kristof and Jennifer Wallace dive deep into the realm of Complex Post Traumatic Stress, or CPTS, exploring the complexities of trauma and the impact on our…
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Christy Cook Operations Director Join as we have a deep discussion with our amazing and dedicated Operations Director, Christy Cook. She brings passion and commitment to this organization due to her experience in the Non-Profit world and caring about others. Another thing that brings her experience to our gain is that she has been a military spouse…
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Christy Cook Operations Director Join as we have a deep discussion with our amazing and dedicated Operations Director, Christy Cook. She brings passion and commitment to this organization due to her experience in the Non-Profit world and caring about others. Another thing that brings her experience to our gain is that she has been a military spouse…
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Areas of discussion: -Noticed MH treatments in hospitals were not standardized -Standardizing MH treatments in hospitals with the power of positive reinforcement -Challenging the bias of not putting yourself inside any “box” -Decide what recharges your battery the best, and do that -Identifying the things that don't make us tired or need a vacation…
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April 4 Ken talks with Francis Maier “True Confessions: Voices of Faith from a Life in the Church” (Ignatius Press) and Michel Therrien, PhD “Wounded Witness: Reclaiming the Church’s Unity in a Time of Crisis” (Divine Renovation Ministry). Francis’s book available at: https://ignatius.com/true-confessions-tch/ and Michel’s book at: https://www.amaz…
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This month on Seizing Life® author Laura Beretsky shares her decades-long journey with epilepsy chronicled in her recent memoir Seizing Control. The post One Woman’s Epilepsy Journey Through Childhood, Parenting, Discrimination, and Surgery appeared first on CURE Epilepsy.By CURE Epilepsy
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In this raw and unfiltered episode, Kenny Mitchell, a battle-tested firefighter and the force behind Operation Yellow Tape, tackles the tough topic of mental health in the first responder community with a Denis Leary-like straight talk. Kenny doesn't sugarcoat the reality; he shares gripping personal stories to spotlight the dire need for mental he…
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Brett Key, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Warriors Rest Foundation on @A Badge of Honor Podcast. Warrior’s Rest Foundation is on a mission to help First Responders heal from frontline traumas and empower them to live healthy, productive lives - personally and profe…
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Vance Row, founder of Yoga Rescue on @A Badge of Honor Podcast. After a number of back injuries in 2008 and 2009 Vance found yoga. Through his regular practice, Vance has found an incredible amount of physical and mental benefits Vance was struggling with his own mental …
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Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Dan Jarvis and Nick Davis, founders of 22ZERO on @A Badge of Honor Podcast. Dan and Nick created the Tactical Resiliency Training (TRT). TRT consists of The Trauma Resiliency Protocol (TRP) for PTSD and acute stress and the Emotions management Process (EMP) for negative …
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