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Feet of Clay – Confessions of the Cult Sisters – What's it like to live in a Christian cult commune? How the hell do smart people get brainwashed into crazy beliefs and behaviors? Tracey & Sharon share their parallel journeys into and out of Last Days Ministries, led by Christian music super-star Keith Green (and later his wife Melody Green). Plus they interview others who also got out of high-control groups and toxic churches. Arranged marriages? Purity culture virgins? Religious trauma? Su ...
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Conversations with regular people about their deconstruction experiences, leaving toxic religious groups, and what comes next. Maple syrup-flavoured discussions about how authoritarian religion manifests in the Canadian space. Episodes release biweekly on Wednesdays.
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"Unconditioning Love" invites you on an insightful expedition led by your host, Lydia, delving deep into the transformational journey of deconstruction, unraveling the conditions we often put on love. Journey alongside us as we uncover tales of resilience, featuring candid conversations with members of the LGBTQ community, individuals who have discovered love after navigating narcissistic relationships, and courageous souls who have left high control religions. Together, let's peel back the ...
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Latchkey Urchins & Friends

Alison Cebulla, Anne Sherry

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Healing trauma with humor. There's a nurturance void when we experience childhood emotional neglect. Anne is a therapist. Alison works in child wellness and trauma education. They look at the personal, interpersonal, and societal forms of neglect—the whole interconnected ecology of neglect. They often ask, "Why can't we care?" This podcast seeks to end the stigma of talking about mental health, trauma, and neglect while providing some resources for healing and growth. Topics: childhood emoti ...
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Sunday School Dropouts

Center for Trauma Resolution and Recovery

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Sunday School Dropouts is a podcast hosted by trained therapists Dr. Laura Anderson and Andrew Kerbs. Both Andrew and Laura grew up in high control religion and spent years trying to live up to the rules and standards until one day, they couldn’t do it anymore. They spent our lives aspiring to be true followers of God and all they got from it was religious trauma. So now, they’re taking our lived experiences along with their education, training, and work with clients to create this podcast–a ...
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Latter-Day Lesbian

Square Toe Productions

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An ex-Mormon gay girl just trying to figure out life. Get ready to tackle religious trauma and later-in-life LGBTQ issues while laughing your ass off with this raw, real, hilarious podcast.
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Are you a coach who's afraid to use the "T" word (Trauma) on your calls? Or you that trauma is a thing, that it happens, but not much more (because you’re not sure if you want to know more)? If any of this resonates (or you just want to know more about how, as coaches, we can support clients carrying trauma), this podcast is for you. Bringing our lack of understanding into the light is necessary to support ourselves—and clients—during calls. Now coach, I am NOT HERE to induce fear or paralys ...
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Leaving the Church to Find God

Catherine Melissa Whittington

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Leaving the Church to Find God delves into the shadows of organized religion, guiding you past indoctrination and towards authentic spirituality. Join solo reflections, insightful interviews, and a supportive community on this transformative journey beyond the pews.
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Moral Combat is a podcast hosted by siblings Nathan and Zach Blaustone. Join them as they discuss their passion for music production, their experiences with religious trauma, and share some laughs along the way. With their unique perspectives and dynamic personalities, Nathan and Zach bring an engaging and entertaining take on a variety of topics. Our mission is to facilitate respectful conversations that promote growth, communication, healing, authenticity, and siblinghood. Tune in to Moral ...
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Welcome to Beyond the Surface, where the essence of "to be seen is to be understood" unfolds into a profound tapestry of shared experiences. In my own journey, I've navigated the depths of pain, grief, anger, and heartbreak that accompany the loss of church, community, faith, and the unraveling of core beliefs. Amidst this turmoil, a radiant aspect of healing emerged—one woven with the realization that we're not traversing this path alone. The power of connecting through shared narratives ha ...
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The Divorcing Religion Podcast was launched by professional counsellor Janice Selbie to highlight the impact of Religious Trauma Syndrome. Guests include The Thinking Atheist Seth Andrews, The Friendly Atheist Hemant Mehta, author Margaret Atwood, Godless Mom, Mandisa Thomas, Dr. Darrel Ray, Dr. Marlene Winell and more.
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FreedHearts

Susan & Rob Cottrell, FreedHearts

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"Deconstructing religious baggage with laughter and love! Changing the conversation on love and inclusion." Susan Cottrell is the Mom of two LGBTQ children; the founder of FreedHearts; an international speaker with a viral TEDx talk; a pastor and theologian; an acclaimed author; and a fierce advocate and ally. In her unique tender, relatable style, Susan is a prominent voice of unconditional love and lavish inclusion. Powerful, authentic, and relevant in today’s society, Susan has a lot to s ...
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ChristINSANITY

Dr. Brittney Doll and Kristin Williams

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ChristINSANITY examines the weird, wild, and WTFs of Christiandom. Join Dr. Brittney Doll, a specialist in religious trauma, and her humorous sidekick, Kristin, as they scrutinize some of Christian pop culture’s most ridiculous trends. In each episode, the duo entertains listeners (and themselves) with their no-holds-barred accounts of growing up “churched.”
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Helping Christians who feel disconnected find their way home to Love.From years of experience Anna Harris has come to see that coming into the revelation of God as a loving, perfect Father is the foundation for life and healing. Her passion and ministry is to help both Christians and Christian leaders recover from religious & relationship trauma finding their first love again. She is the founder of Defined by God Ministries and is a certified trauma & resiliency life coach. Her informed and ...
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The magnificence and rapture of womanhood are often not passed down from our mothers. We are all too familiar with stories of sacrificing, shrinking, and overcoming. The majority of women are left to feel like something is constantly missing. And what’s usually missing is the feminine essence of every single one of them. Dr. Amanda Hanson is a clinical psychologist and a global influencer who has helped millions of women to reimagine their lives, reconnect with their feminine side, and heal ...
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The Unfounded Podcast

Christopher S. Turner

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The Unfounded Podcast is a free flowing stream of ideas centered on asking the questions we often avoid. The focus is to bring the religious and secular world views into alignment through analyzing the philosophies developed by those who have come before us. The show is highly spiritual in nature, and leverages the practicality often hidden within religious teachings to provide actionable steps through which individual growth and expression can manifest. The classical liberal idea of self ex ...
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The goal of healing isn't just stopping the crisis. It's ultimately moving into genuine and meaningful connection with ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Join licensed therapist and author Geoff Steurer and his wife, Jody Steurer, as they share ways to move out of the crisis of sexual betrayal and relationship betrayal trauma toward connection. The information in these discussions transcends religious and cultural lines, as we all seek the same healing power of connection.
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TABOOBS is breaking silence on taboo women topics. Discussing the raw, out loud. Any one can connect with this podcast regardless of religious or political beliefs. We are connecting human to human about the daily things we face as women, moms, daughters, sisters, and/or wives. Join us weekly on our journey to destigmatize these kinds of conversations and be sure and add to the conversation! We want to know what you want to hear more about so submit a topic on the discussion form on www.tabo ...
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R. B.’s Kitchen Talk podcast is provocative. R. B. discusses issues on relationships, mental health, epicure, spirit-empowered living, living one’s best life, the arts, and everything in between from a biblical perspective. R.B. and her guests are gutsy truth-tellers. They may ruffle a few religious feathers but promise authenticity, sharing lessons learned and real-life experiences. R.B.’s passion is to empower people to embrace their unique individuality, expose the beauty of living outsid ...
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Soul Bruises

Christie Hodson

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As a lifelong believer in Christ and an active church attender I have grown weary of watching harm occur in our spiritual settings. I'm sick and tired of just trying to pretend it isn’t happening or feeding myself the delusional fact that spiritual abuse isn’t a cancer within not only the church setting but also metastasizing to areas outside religious institutions. This is why Soul Bruises podcast was created. Why this podcast is dedicated to the exposure, education and hopeful eradication ...
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In the Holistic Trauma Healing podcast, I share the profound path to healing trauma that allows us to move out of the role of victim and into the role of conscious and empowered creator of our best possible reality through mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and ancestral trauma healing. Learn how trauma affects every part of your existence and how to weave a new web of life that isn't ruled by the past. The HTH podcast empowers you to heal trauma in the same way it has affected you -- a ...
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Join God-led spiritual healer and teacher Ellen Divine, on healing religious trauma/dogma, and creating a life of peace, purpose and prosperity in God (a.k.a The Highest Love). To learn more about Ellen and her work head to ellendivine.com
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Have you ever wondered what happens in a therapy session? Maybe you have had therapy before but wondered what it is like for other people. Inside the Therapy Room gives you that insight; you get to hear from Therapists who work with a particular group of people or who work with a certain approach. Sam will be chatting to therapists who work with Introverts to those who work in Sexology. Hear about their passion, what they want you to know and smash some myths about therapy. Nothing is off li ...
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Currents in Religion

Currents in Religion

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Currents in Religion is a podcast from the Baylor University Religion Department and Baylor University Press. We host conversations with academics, writers, and artists that explore some of the most interesting currents in religious studies, with a focus on Christianity. Episodes release weekly. On this podcast you'll hear discussions about theology, ethics, biblical studies (New Testament and Hebrew Bible/Old Testament), history, archaeology, and so on. Engage with us on Twitter (@cirbaylor ...
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The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems podcast is for anyone looking to find balance and harmony. IFS can help you understand the tug-of-war within your mind and rediscover your natural calm, creativity, and clarity. IFS can also heal the parts of you who hold pain. Hosted by certified IFS therapist, Tammy Sollenberger, this show aims to educate, support, and encourage those who are curious about IFS model of psychotherapy. Join Tammy each episode for a fun, warm, engaging conversation w ...
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This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph. Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.
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Exploring blind spots that exist in the cultural, relational, and therapeutic process, host Dr. Chantelle Thomas will have candid discussions that delve into the more challenging aspects of self-discovery. Filled with engaging and straightforward conversation, each episode features conversations with well-respected experts who examine what is commonly overlooked in the intricate and often inter-connected world of recovery, trauma and wellness. Join Windrose Recovery and its Executive Clinica ...
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Religious and cult ideologies often use the practice of shunning to silence their critics and to control their members through fear. This podcast sheds light on shunning through real life stories as told by the people that have lived through it. Learn what their lives were like and where they have ended up in life after being shunned. Featuring stories from Jehovah's Witnesses, Scientology, Amish, Mennonite, FLDS, the Moonies, and more, you will learn about the real lives of former members t ...
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Unpacking is in the title of the show and it applies to all of us; being self-aware requires us to be critical of unhelpful patterns, but we also have to give credit and forgive ourselves as well. Understanding why you did what you did, is extraordinarily helpful. Sarah an ex-Mo and licensed counselor on a journey to unpack Mormonism and other religious trauma is joined by her husband Mason, a former bishop and active member of the Mormon church. Sarah and Mason have been married for 23 year ...
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The Faith Today Podcast-Conversation inspired by Canada's Christian magazine. The podcast features interviews with Canadian Christians as they sort through the pressing issues of the day and topics like spiritual growth and health, other religions, religious freedom, vocation, and tough questions of faith and living in contemporary society.
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In the Talk 'n C*ck Podcast, two guys in their mid-20s (Eli & Ryan), produce a bi-weekly hour-long segment discussing life experiences, trauma healing, men's mental health, the state of the world, and so on, all while laughing at the absurdity. They delve deep into lighthearted topics early on and get into the nitty-gritty later on in the episodes. If you like laughing at life, then you'll love TNC with RNE! Want more content from the TNC Podcast? Check out all our links at allmylinks.com/tn ...
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Soul Boom

Rainn Wilson

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Soul Boom is a series of intimate conversations hosted by Rainn Wilson exploring meaningful and inspiring topics that tickle the mind, heart and soul. Never too precious, yet unafraid to touch on the profound, Soul Boom digs into the core of the human experience: creativity, spirituality and psychology. Bringing to the conversation some of the most brilliant and heart-felt artists, thinkers and doers, Soul Boom guides the listener toward transformation on both a personal and societal level. ...
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Mindful Minds is a podcast that centers on learning how to be mindful of important topics such as mental health, sex, social justice, trauma, deconstruction, and more! Hosted by Serafina, join us as we learn how to be more mindful together.
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I’m sure many of us know someone, if not you, who has felt uncomfortable talking about religion and money or has feelings of shame or guilt about it. Welcome to Yahweh’s Money, a podcast discussing the crossroads or intersections of religion and money. We go deep into topics like tithing, saving, debt and so much more from the religious view. Our cohosts are Shay Cook, CEO and founder of Crusaders for Change, LLC, and Vanessa McNelley our COO. Let’s talk about God and Money! Music by ROA - h ...
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Do you wish your prayers could be more effective? Are you tired of theological debates and just want to get into the heart and soul of Jesus, follow him, and live his teachings in your daily life? Each week The Bible Speaks to You Podcast helps you rediscover the original Christianity of Jesus. Host James Early, Bible teacher, speaker, and Jesus Mindset Coach, along with an occasional guest, share fresh insights on how the Bible still speaks to us today. The focus is on embracing the mindset ...
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Entertaining and informative talks covering psychology and philosophy with a variety of guests! From modern empirically-validated counseling techniques to ancient wisdom practices, all corners are approached. Discussing both practical and eccentric approaches on living a full and vibrant life. Including, bold unedited discussions about the meaning of life, history, music, and culture. Paul Krauss MA LPC (your host), draws on his unique life experience of growing up in a small motel in the co ...
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A podcast exploring how social identity and cultural heritage impact mental and emotional health. Through conversations with people from different backgrounds and professions, Third Culture Therapy's host Layla Maghribi delves into the layers of social, cultural, religious and political factors that add complexity to caring for our inner well-being. Listen to interviews with third culture artists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, healers, therapists and more.
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Dr. Thema Bryant (therapist, minister, and spoken word artist) and Rainn Wilson give their unique perspective on the duality of faith as both a lifeline and a source of deep trauma for different people. With her background as the former president of the American Psychological Association and her deep involvement in the arts, she explores how her di…
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In this captivating episode of the Moral Combat Podcast, hosts Nathan and Zachary, alongside guest Ivan Rodriguez, delve into the complex journey of healing from religious trauma after disentangling from evangelical Christian church involvement. Ivan shares his poignant experiences of growing up in an authoritarian Pentecostal church in Puerto Rico…
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Send us a Text Message. In this special mini episode, I had the pleasure of meeting Andrea in person and recording at her beautiful home. Join us as we dive deep into a heartfelt conversation about what authenticity and judgment mean to us. We explore the challenges and triumphs of living authentically, the impact of judgment on our lives, and how …
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On today's episode I chat with Molly LaCroix about her new book! This is Molly's second appearance on the podcast. Hear her first episode here: IFS and Why Christians Talk So Much About Love But Often Fail to be Loving with Molly LaCroix - Tammy Sollenberger Molly is a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in treating the impact of tr…
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How do you deal with coercion and emotional immaturity from other people? Do you defend yourself, disengage, or meet the other person at their level and try to play their game? In this episode we discuss the importance of disengaging from unhealthy interactions, not engaging in defense, and focusing on our own actions and reactions. The Power of Co…
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In this episode we meet Kyle and Kari, a brave couple that has been a support (along with others) to their community of religious disaffiliates as they have been awakened to the realities of their group in shocking ways. What group are we talking about? Meet the Two By Twos, at times referred to as “the no name church”, a group that doesn’t necessa…
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Paul Krauss MA LPC shares the unedited audio of his interview with NBC 12 News in Phoenix, AZ. Paul Krauss MA LPC was asked to give a few quotes about the growing violence that Phoenix is experiencing due to gangs of youths forming in the suburbs and beating up (and filming) other teenagers. NBC 12 was particularly interested in the National Violen…
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This is Sam's Story... Who is Sam? Sam is a self-confessed introvert and empath, who loves nothing more than good ache-in-the-belly laugh. But more than anything, she loves providing a safe counselling space for gentle souls- introverts, INFJ’s, empaths and neurodivergent people. This is her joy and passion, bringing hope and healing to the broken …
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Rules, laws, shoulds, shouldn’ts... the Bible is full of them. And the church has even added more to that list! The religious leaders approached Jesus and asked, “Hey Jesus, Uh, lot’s of rules here, lots of laws, what are the ones that are the most important?” And Jesus deconstructed ALL the law, ALL of those rules, ALL of the rules the church adds…
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​​If you're feeling weighed down by the shame and inconvenience of your natural cycles, like periods, childbirth, and menopause, then you are not alone! The societal narratives around these life phases have been deeply entrenched in patriarchal beliefs, leading to feelings of embarrassment, inconvenience, and fear. Let’s explore the phases of woman…
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This is our final episode of season one and Andrew and Laura are back to talk about men and bears, lift up John MacArthur in prayer, to quite literally celebrate the United Methodist church’s repeal of their declaration that did not allow LGBTQ+ clergy members and more. We’ll also be reflecting on some of our favorite moments from the season and sh…
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240 – If Jesus was here today, would he get involved in politics? Do you think he would be a member of your political party? Would he take sides at all? Or would he take a different approach to solving the problems people are facing today? How would Jesus bring healing to the political divisions in today’s society? Would he go to Washington, D.C. a…
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Esteemed author and social scientist Arthur Brooks joins us to delve into the art of living a fulfilling life. Together, he and Rainn Wilson explore practical strategies for achieving happiness, the importance of relationships in personal growth, and the impact of societal values on individual well-being. Arthur Brooks shares insights from his late…
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In today's episode of the podcast I have gathered two clips that caught my attention over the last week, specifically on the topic of lying. The first is from a recent episode of the PBD Podcast in which (former CNN news anchor) Chris Cuomo is confronted by a clip casting him and his actions during covid in a negative light. We look at the clip in …
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From the show: "Do you love your loved ones enough to go to hell with them?" From the song: "Bow your head, don't be bold You'll survive by doing what you're told Said love is earned and we can't choose But the more you grow, you know the truth…" Sarah's book: https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Bonded-Navigating-Attachments-Complex/dp/B0CBD6G2W4…
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R. B. and her guests discuss what can happen when church leaders have unresolved issues or leadership demands aren't properly dealt with. Far too often we forget that leaders are people too and while we are commanded to pray for them, they must commit to the highest ethical standards in personal and spiritual conduct. Listen and share your comments…
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In this episode, Zen speaks with Barry Harvey about the story that led to the Barmen declaration, how Dietrich Bonhoeffer factors into that story, and how Barmen remains relevant today, even after 90 years. Barry Harvey is professor of theology in the Religion Department as well as in the Great Texts program of the Honors College here at Baylor Uni…
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In our conversation, I asked Rae to define key terms regarding the intersection of Queer and Neurodivergent identities, which they're passionate about as someone embodying both. We discussed the importance of lived experience and self-disclosure in therapy, emphasising the non-pathologising nature of Queer and Neuroaffirming approaches. Rae highlig…
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Anna and guest Mark Head, founder and director of Finding Home, discuss dynamics of, and how we can best nourish and nurture our hearts. Discover: - What our hearts secretly long for - How the Father's Love can change your heart - Understanding what heart transformation looks like - The stages of "metamorphosis of the heart" At the end of the podca…
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In this episode I discuss how God can take our wounds and trauma and use them for good. I relate this to the story of Joseph in Genesis 37-50 in the Old Testament. God is able to use brokenhearted people to help other brokenhearted people because of what they have been through and understand. So there are blessings in our Church Hurt as God has pro…
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In episode 73 of the Moral Combat Podcast, hosts Nathan and Zachary dive into an intimate solo discussion, reflecting on a range of poignant topics, from global issues to personal journeys. They kick off by sharing their recent updates on upgrading the podcast's equipment, enhancing the quality of their engagement. Nathan elucidates the historical …
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On this re-released episode, I talk with Carmen Jimenez-Pride about her chapter in the Altogether Us book on Play Therapy. Carmen is an Lead Trainer with the IFS Insitute, the founder, and Executive Director of Outspoken Counseling and Consulting. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, Certified EMDR Therapi…
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Gaslighting isn’t just a one time event, it is a pattern expressed over time, and Jehovah’s Witnesses use it with regularity in the cult. Love bombing, brainwashing, projecting what they’re doing onto others, hypocrisy, etc. are all a part of the experience. This is the fifth in a series where I’ll break down the ways that the cult of Jehovah’s Wit…
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Discovering community can be an unexpected journey—one that leads us far from the steepled silhouettes of our familiar churches. I found myself enveloped by the 'ohana' spirit in Maui, where traditions are reshaped, and bonds are forged on the foundation of shared values, not just shared pews. In this heartfelt episode, I peel back the layers of my…
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I was recently invited to be a guest on the “Therapy Brothers” podcast. In this thought-provoking episode, Brannon Patrick and I delve into the complex and crucial topic of rebuilding trust in relationships affected by betrayal. We explore the foundational role of honesty in the healing process, discuss the challenges and misconceptions about trust…
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In this episode of Talk ‘N C*ck, Eli & Ryan continue their discussion surrounding the topic of male loneliness, and provide ways that men can express their feelings of discontent in healthy and meaningful ways. If you are reading this, we want you to know that we appreciate you supporting our content! Thank you! ------------------------------------…
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Have you ever felt the weight of the world pressing down on you as bills pile up and the bank account dwindles? Shay Cook and Vanessa McNelley explore the seldom-discussed intersection of financial strain and mental wellness, illuminating just how closely they're intertwined. Our heartfelt conversation traverses the emotional toll of financial worr…
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This Is Cait's Story.... Who is Cait? Cait West is a writer and editor based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her work has been published in The Revealer, Religion Dispatches, Fourth Genre, and Hawai`i Pacific Review, among others. As an advocate and a survivor of the Christian patriarchy movement, she serves on the editorial board for Tears of Eden, a n…
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Dr. Danielle Kramer - Taylor Swift and Deep Fake Porn Subscribe to the audio-only version here: https://www.divorcing-religion.com/religious-trauma-podcast Follow Janice and the Conference on Religious Trauma on Social Media: Mastodon: JaniceSelbie@mas.to Threads: Wisecounsellor@threads.net Twitter: https://twitter.com/divorcereligion Twitter: http…
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Kevin James - "It Was the 90's!" https://www.tiktok.com/@kevinjamesthornton/video/7226790780046806314?lang=en Recommended (REQUIRED?) Viewing: Jesus Christ Superstar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1bAgWsEORc Brother Sun, Sister Moon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFgXxoEepnQ Godspell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4xLOrpNbHM Jesus People US…
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We’ve been wanting to talk for a while about how the conservative evangelical church traps people. It is deliberate. They draw you in, telling you: God loves you just as you are — yes you’re a sinner, we’re all sinners, duh. But God loves you — just some minor tweaking here and there, and you’ll be good as new. They dismantle you, making you an ene…
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Are you tired of the overwhelming pressure to maintain a youthful appearance? Have you found yourself trapped in a cycle of trying endless anti-aging products, only to feel unsatisfied and constantly striving to keep up? It's time to break free from the toxic beauty culture holding you back and redefine your worth beyond appearance. We need to expl…
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Comedian and actor Bobby Lee (Tigerbelly & Bad Friends podcasts) joins Rainn Wilson for a profound conversation exploring spirituality, redemption, and the intricacies of human emotion. Bobby shares candidly about his personal struggles with addiction, the impact of significant life events on his sobriety, and his journey towards spiritual and emot…
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In this episode I have an incredible conversation with my Advanced Relationship Trauma Certification Alumnus, Sandra Jarvis. She bravely shares her insane story and how she was able to harness her power and positivity to heal. Connect with Sandra: Website Instagram Sandra's book, Severed: A Memoir of Hope and Healing Lindsay’s current program offer…
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On today's episode I chat with David Eckel, an accredited mental health social worker and IFS Level 2 therapist in Australia. He is currently completing his Ph.D. focused on Internal Family Systems Therapy and Adult Attachment. As part of his Ph.D. thesis, he conducted qualitative research asking the question: “How might Internal Family Systems The…
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239 – Have you ever felt far away from God? Maybe you've made some huge mistakes, or someone had done something that harmed you. But no matter what has happened in your life, God is always with you, even if you're not aware of it. This week's episode digs deep into this idea that God is always with us, no matter what. Highlights this week: Psalm 13…
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In this episode, Zen speaks with Micheal O'Siadhail about his new collection of poetry, Desire, which is out now from Baylor University Press. Micheal O’Siadhail is an award-winning Irish poet. He received the Irish American Cultural Institute prize for poetry in 1982; the Marten Toonder prize for Literature in 1998. And one of his other Baylor Uni…
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Dr. Chantelle Thomas and Nick Brüss chat about the common aims and integration of internal family systems therapy (IFS) and psychedelic-assisted therapy. Dr. Chantelle Thomas, Executive Clinical Director Windrose Recovery: https://windroserecovery.com/ Integrata: www.integratahealing.com Nicholas Brüss, EdD, LMFT: https://psychedelic.support/networ…
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Jemma began by explaining EMDR and its connection to REM sleep. We discussed how trauma processing doesn't always involve retelling the story and what 'activation' means. I asked about Jemma's journey into EMDR and the training involved. She outlined different types of EMDR and bilateral stimulation methods. We explored the broad range of issues EM…
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Merle Yost, LMFT and Paul Krauss MA LPC speak about how to go beyond recovery from trauma, depression, and anxiety---and actually how to become empowered and live your life with enjoyment. Merle Yost is a major advocate for people going beyond the "unstuck" paradigm and owning their power as they move into their next phase of the journey. Merle bel…
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Catherine wasn’t born into the cult of Jehovah’s Witnesses. There was a lot of abuse and bullying that went on in her home, both parental and from her siblings. Her family was lacking love, and one day she thought that she found it when she met a young man. That young man ended up bringing her to Jehovah’s Witnesses, and she took to what she though…
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