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Best Posttraumaticstressdisorder podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Posttraumaticstressdisorder podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Trauma Therapist | Podcast is a podcast about the human spirit. Join Guy Macpherson, PhD at traumatherapistproject.com as he interviews thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, mindfulness, addiction and yoga and we learn about the journeys of these passionate mental health therapists who dedicate their lives to helping those who've been impacted by trauma. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-trauma-therapist-podcast-with-guy-macpherson-phd-inspiring-interviews-with-thoug ...
 
Beyond the Couch is a show devoted to celebrating you in your amazing life. Each episode, I will share valuable resources, tips, information, and content for many people across the world who might be holding on to fear and pain in their lives after a difficult experience to more effectively redefine their lives, get rid of that pain and fear that holds them back, and create a life they look forward to celebrating. Along the way, we will look at effective tools, practical tips, accessible res ...
 
The intent of the podcast is to bring you the listener an easily accessible resource for a variety of topics all related to psychedelic research. There is a lot to learn about new research into the therapeutic potential of psychedelics and marijuana. Over the years, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) has amassed an incredible treasure trove of audio archives sourced from the amazing talks, presentations and panels that have taken place at past Psychedelic Scienc ...
 
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Alisa is a storyteller, writer, facilitator and childhood sexual abuse survivor. Her work focuses on offering emotional support to other young survivors healing from sexual trauma. A giant thank-you to my sponsor for this episode, Talkspace Talkspace online therapy is the most convenient and affordable way to make lasting change in your life with t…
 
Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, RPT-S (previously on episode 402) has over 15 years of practice in family and play therapy, specializing in complex trauma, attachment, and adoption. Robyn’s diverse clinical training includes EMDR (including EMDR adapted for children with attachment trauma), Somatic Experiencing, Theraplay, Trust Based Relational Intervention®,…
 
Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT is a therapist, mentor, and author who delights in integrating the discoveries of relational neuroscience into the art of therapy. For 28 years, her work has focused on supporting trauma survivors and those with significant attachment wounds reshape their neural landscape to support a life of meaning, resilience, and warm…
 
Cissy White is a trauma-mama writer and joy-stalking survivor. She believes it's possible - but difficult - to live, love, and parent well while post-traumatically stressed. Her goal is to make talk about trauma and healing less clinical and more conversational, less abstract and more accessible. She's currently working at the ACEs Connection as th…
 
Heather Cobb is a peer facilitator, poet and trauma survivor. She lives with her partner and an adorable staffordshire bull terrier in Yorkshire, England. A giant thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this podcast going: CPTSD Foundation CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in a safe atmosphere for survivors…
 
Dr. Leslie Ellis is a teacher, author, speaker and psychotherapist. She teaches therapists how to help clients access their inner life and implicit memory through dream therapy and focusing/somatic work, with a focus on working with PTSD and complex trauma. A giant thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this podcast going: Brighter Vision As the…
 
Today I'm joined by Dr. Tian Dayton. Tian is a board certified trainer in psychodrama, sociometry, group psychotherapy, and the director of The New York Psychodrama Training Institute, as well as a nationally renowned speaker, expert, and consultant in psychodrama, trauma and addiction. --- A giant thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this pod…
 
Esly Regina Carvalho, Ph.D., is a Brazilian-American clinical psychologist who maintained a private practice in the Dallas area where she grew up for many years before her return to Brazil in 2006 and where she now directs the TraumaClinic in Brasilia, Brazil, and spends extended time training EMDR professionals in that country. She was trained in …
 
Abi Blakeslee, SEP, CMT, MFT, Ph.D., integrates Somatic Experiencing with clinical research, the psychobiological principles of attachment, psychodynamic therapy, and somatic bodywork in her practice and teaching. She has conducted original research on the role of implicit memory in Somatic Experiencing with a committee that included Dr. Daniel Sie…
 
Associate Professor Michael Salter is a criminologist and Scientia Fellow at the University of New South Wales, where he undertakes research on child sexual exploitation, complex trauma and gendered violence. He is the author of Organised Sexual Abuse (Routledge, 2013) which examines the narratives of adults who were sexually abused by groups of pe…
 
Shari Botwin, LCSW has been counseling survivors of all types of trauma in her Cherry Hill, New Jersey private practice for over twenty-two years. Her second book, " Thriving After Trauma: Stories of Living and Healing (Rowman & Littlefield, November 4, 2020)" addresses readers who have experienced trauma or loss due to a variety of experiences--wh…
 
Today my guest is Johanna Lynn, the founder of The Family Imprint Institute. She’s fascinated by what parents share with their children, the invisible stuff passed along in their very DNA. --- A huge-thank you to my sponsors for making this episode happen: CPTSD Foundation CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in…
 
Today I’m joined by April Harter who has made it her mission to help people understand where their racism is originating from. As a community and as a world we find ourselves in incredibly tense times, and yet times which are also creating opportunities for cultural and societal awareness around the topic of equality and racism. This episode is hop…
 
Sometimes after I do these interviews, I have to stop and really think about what I'm doing. I mean, with this job I've chosen. On the one hand, as we all know, this topic of trauma, is nothing short of devastating. Sometimes the interviews are challenging and stories can be hard to listen to.And yet at the same time, after almost all of the interv…
 
Dr. Pauline Thompson is a US Navy veteran who served aboard the USS Samuel Gompers (AD-37) in the Nuclear Repair division, during the 1988 Persian Gulf conflict. Subsequent to her service, she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at DeSales University and a PhD in Psychology from Temple University. Pauline has a way of identifying, …
 
Pat Ogden, PhD is back and I have to say, I did it! I think I’ve done my best interview, yet, with her! (Not that this is the best interview that she’s done. I’m not saying that.) I feel this is a really good one in that we go into a lot of detail about one particular case of Pat’s, and my goal here was to highlight the use of Sensorimotor Psychoth…
 
Lisa Danylchuk, LMFT, E-RYT returns to The Trauma Therapist | Podcast! Lisa is an author, licensed psychotherapist, and yoga teacher-trainer specializing in bringing yoga into trauma treatment, and she first joined me back on episode 33 of the podcast. Lisa is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard University, and is the founder of the Center for Yoga and …
 
Today we conclude the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with none other than Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis. Thema, a repeat guest on this podcast, is a light of hope for all of us. Watch this interview and you'll feel it. Thema is a licensed psychologist, ordained minister, and sacred artist who has worked nationally and globally to p…
 
Suzi Rutti, MSW, LISW-S, is a Clinical Social Worker that works with children, adolescents and adults of all ages, and specializes in the treatment of complex PTSD, dissociation/dissociative disorders, preverbal trauma, sexual violence, childhood abuse, traumatic birth experience, intimate partner violence, secondary trauma, and other adverse life …
 
Today I welcome back one of my favorites--Sarah Peyton. We conclude our series with this fourth and final episode, Truth Not Trauma. Sarah Peyton is Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and teaches people how language changes relationship and the brain. --- First, a huge thank you to my sponsor for making this podcast happen! Sensorimotor …
 
Angi Yoder-Maina is one of those people. She’s one of those people who after you get through talking to, you walk away feeling lighter, more inspired, and that you, too can change the world. She’s one of those people I love having on the podcast. --- First, a huge-thank you to my sponsors for making this podcast happen: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy I…
 
We continue with the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with Christine Forner (B.A., B.S.W., M.S.W., Registered Social Worker). Christine, who specializes in the intersection of mindfulness and trauma dissociation, shares her insights on managing within the context of the current pandemic. She began her career early starting as …
 
Eduardo Duran is back. Eduardo is one of the foremost authorities on working with veterans and Native populations around the subjects of war and healing soul wounds. Eduardo was born in northern New Mexico and at age 14 his family relocated to California. He worked in the fields as a migrant farm worker and at age 17 enlisted in the U.S. Navy where…
 
I’m very excited to have back Kate Hudgins, PhD, TEP - Therapeutic Spiral Model as my guest today as we continue with the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak. Kate continues from her previous episodes as we use the context of managing during the current pandemic as a backdrop for healing with experiential therapy, and specifically…
 
We continue the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with none other than Pat Ogden, PhD, a pioneer in somatic psychology and both Founder and Education Director of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute®, an internationally recognized school specializing in somatic–cognitive approaches for the treatment of posttraumatic stress diso…
 
Today we continue with the special series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with my guest Peter M. Bernstein, PhD, and I couldn't be more honored. Peter, who was first on the podcast in episode 91, shares his story and his story truly embodies journey of authenticity. I recall first interviewing Peter and being inspired by what he's o…
 
Today, we continue with the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with my guest today, Cathy Malchiodi. Cathy Malchiodi, PhD, LPAT, LPCC, ATR-BC, REAT is a leading international expert, writer, and educator in the fields of art therapy, expressive arts therapy, trauma and arts in healthcare. In this interview Cathy brings to our cu…
 
Today my guest is the inspiring Michele Solloway, PhD. Michele is a nationally certified healing arts practitioner with training in somatic therapy, polarity and craniosacral therapies, and energy medicine. She is on the board of directors for the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute, an organization founded by Dr. Peter Levine and dedicated to th…
 
Today we continue with the series Managing in the Midst of The Current Outbreak, and my guest is the incredible Manuela Mischke-Reeds, MA, MFT. Manuela is a licensed Somatic Psychotherapist. She is an International teacher of psychology and trains health professionals in California, Australia, New Zealand, Israel and Europe and starting in China ne…
 
Mica Gonzalez, PhD. Managing in The Midst of COVID-19 Today we continue with our series on Managing during the current outbreak with my guest, Dr. Mica Gonzalez. Mica is the Co-Founder and Clinical Director of Family First Psychotherapy in Oakland, California and he specializes in helping anxious, aggressive, and hyper kids and their stressed out p…
 
Today, we continue with the series Managing in The Midst of The Outbreak, with Sharon Salzberg, New York Times Best selling author and teacher of Buddhist meditation practices in the West. In 1974, Sharon co-founded the Insight Meditation Society at Barre, Massachusetts with Jack Kornfield and Joseph Goldstein. First a giant thank-you to my sponsor…
 
Today we continue with the series, Managing in The Midst of COVID-19. My guest today, Fran Waters is one of those therapists you wish you had: She’s funny, warm, creative and super smart. In this interview we talk about the global impacts of trauma and how to manage during this unprecedented time, as well as explore how the trauma of this experienc…
 
I hope you're continuing to stay healthy during these times. Today my guest is the incomparable Janina Fisher, PhD. This is the third in the series, Managing in The Midst of COVID-19, (listen to Bruce Perry here and Peter Levine here). When I reached out to the Trauma Therapist | 2.0 community to ask them who they’d like to hear from for this serie…
 
Today in this second of the series, Managing in The Midst of COVID-19, (listen to Bruce Perry’s interview here) my guest is Dr. Peter A. Levine. Peter received his PhD in medical biophysics from the University of California in Berkeley and also holds a doctorate in psychology from International University. He has worked in the field of stress and t…
 
Today on the podcast, I bring on two senior members of Gould Farm team. This episode truly inspired me because it really validated the fact that there are incredible people, and in this case--teams of people--doing amazing work to help those who've been impacted by mental health issues and trauma. I turned off the mic and walked away from my desk a…
 
Dr. Bruce Perry is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and neuroscientist. He is senior fellow at the ChildTrauma Academy and an adjunct professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine. In addition to having written more than two hundred scientific articles, Dr. Perry has coauthored with Maia Szalavitz …
 
Today on the podcast a Trauma Therapist | 2.0 member spotlight with Diana Lea Baranovich. Trauma Therapist | 2.0 is my online membership community that helps support, educate and inspire new trauma therapists. Diana is an American who has lived in Malaysia for the past 12 years. Along with being a full-time professor and research supervisor at the …
 
Today on the podcast, an incredibly tragic subject, the loss of a child, though ultimately one that is profoundly inspiring. My guest, Megan Hillukka encourages and supports grieving mothers to recognize that despite having gone through an unimaginable experience, that life is not over for them. Megan, herself, is a grieving mother, with 6 children…
 
At the age of 12 my guest today, Jeannette Dijkstra was raped at a campsite. A life ruled by this trauma lay ahead. Jeannette managed to grow up and had a good job in the OR in an academic hospital. At the age of 40 she started her training as a therapist, with a transpersonal specialization. More and more her own traumatic experience became import…
 
Lack of self-belief, or self-esteem, or confidence? Who me? I've been doing this podcast for a few years now and I think each month I can feel myself able gaining a bit more courage and able to peel back the layers and share the things about myself that maybe aren't the easiest to share, or that maybe aren't the qualities that you'd (or I'd!) most …
 
First, a huge-thank you to my sponsors for this episode: Gould Farm Gould Farm is the first residential therapeutic community in the nation dedicated to helping adults with mental health and related challenges move toward recovery, health and greater independence through community living, meaningful work, and clinical care. In a supportive communit…
 
The combination of passion for helping those who’ve been impacted by trauma, and the knowledge that comes from working with those who live in a land constantly under threat, is exemplified in this week’s guest, Professor Mooli Lahad. -- First, a giant thank-you to my sponsors: CPTSD Foundation CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, intera…
 
Today it’s about what is going on around here. And by “here,” I mean with the podcast and me and everything. In this episode I share with you folks some of my thoughts about doing the podcast, and take you behind the scenes to check out the ins and outs of what it takes to put together a podcast and how I’m still learning thGuy Macpherson, PhD, is …
 
Today it's about one of the subjects that has always intrigued me on its own--buddhism--but also intrigued me within the context of therapy, and more specifically, trauma. Mark Epstein, M.D. is my guest today. Mark is a psychiatrist in private practice in New York City and the author of a number of books about the interface of Buddhism and psychoth…
 
My sexual abuse does not define me, it fuels me. I am not a victim, I'm a fighter. These are the words of my guest today, Christian Griffith. This interview is a powerful and inspiring one, and it's also one that some might find hard to listen to at times. So please listen with discretion and take care of yourselves. This interview is also a great …
 
Dr. Sam Himelstein is back! We talk a lot on this podcast about the importance and significance of authenticity within the context of working with those who've been impacted by trauma. And one of those practitioners who exemplifies this topic in terms of both his knowledge on the subject and the way he integrates his own experience into his work, i…
 
This podcast is about the human spirit. Period. Trauma, yes. Healing, yes. Relationship, yes. But most of all, the humanbeingness within each of those things. Today, it's about the journey of the survivor and one of the people forging a path by sharing her journey, and the lessons we can all take whether we're a therapist, teacher, survivor, or all…
 
Miles Neale, PsyD, is a Buddhist psychotherapist in private practice and founder of the two-year online Contemplative Studies Program. Author of Gradual Awakening (Sounds True, 2018) and co-editor of Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy (Routledge, 2017), Miles is a faculty member of Tibet House (US) and Weill Cornell Medical College. With more …
 
Today it's about getting to the core of what this podcast is about. It's about reacquainting myself--and perhaps, you, as you're listening to this--to what I'm trying to do here on a daily basis, which is to create not just a greater awareness of trauma, but to explode the awareness of trauma, so that more and more people are able to recognize it a…
 
What does it mean to become embodied? Why is it important and how does one go about doing it? Today my guest, Mark Walsh, takes us on his own journey of becoming embodied. --- First off, a giant thank-you to my sponsor: Somatic Experiencing Trauma may be a fact of life, but it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Somatic Experiencing is a psychobiol…
 
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