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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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Pick Yourself is the number one podcast that helps you build and grow your electronic music artist career. You will learn strategies, mindset, tactics, and tools that you can implement today to break through tomorrow. If you're an electronic music producer or DJ, this podcast is made for you. The show airs weekly on Tuesday and covers topics like "how to get more bookings", "the best release promotion strategy for electronic music", or "how to find the perfect record label". Moreover, you wi ...
 
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We interview Dr. Jamie Marich about her new book, Dissociation Made Simple: A Stigma-Free Guide to Embracing Your Dissociative Mind and Navigating Daily Life (2023). We talk about how dissociation is a very natural coping strategy for a stressful or traumatic childhood. She's helping define and normalize the term "dissociated." Dr. Jamie Marich (sh…
 
We start the year off by talking about sobriety, toxic intensity, cycles of trauma and addiction, and making the choice to turn around family trauma by healing at all costs. Carey Smith Sipp is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at PACEs Connection and a disrupter of multi-generational cycles of trauma and addiction. PACEs = Positive and Advers…
 
Our favorite cohosts are back: Tyler Tamai, RN, BSN, and Kevin Annonymous, RN, a psychiatric nurse. They join us in hearing and reacting to listener-submitted stories about the hilarious, the awkward, and the tragic–all the moments that make the holidays a stressful, joyful, and potentially traumatic time of year. Tune in to hear about the dad who …
 
Anne and Alison talk with Nivida Chandra about parentification. She is the author of the viral Aeon piece, Parentification: When parents cast a child into the role of mediator, friend and carer, the wounds are profound. But recovery is possible. We talk about feeling like unemotional sociopaths, breaking out of our urchin shells, and exploring cult…
 
Chances are you've seen Laura Danger chat about some hard-hitting topics: domestic labor is labor, weaponized incompetence, naming the issues, using data to point to injustices, and community care. Laura has 17.5 million likes on her videos on TikTok—and there's a reason why! Laura, through her work as a certified Fair Play facilitator, educates an…
 
We interview Harriet Shearsmith, author, podcast, and award-winning UK blogger on motherhood, self-love, estrangement, and fashion. We were inspired to interview Harriet after reading and seeing the popularity of Jennette McCurdy's book I'm Glad My Mom Died. Harriet shares why she thinks Jennette's story is resonating with so many right now and sha…
 
Anne and Alison check-in: what's fun right now (spoiler alert: not much) what we're reading, watching, and listening to Struggle Party: what we're struggling with right now Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends website. Audio mastering by Josh Collins. Song "One Cloud is Lonely" by Próxima Parada. C…
 
Anne and Alison interview Cynthia Perez, LCSW, a Chicana therapist, author, public speaker, and Inner Child Hype Woman. We learn how she came to do this work of hyping up our inner child, how to do the work, and why acknowledging our inner child is so important (the pain is not too great! We can do it!). We discuss social justice-informed therapy a…
 
Our World Mental Health Day episode is a conversation with Philip Butler, Ph.D., about the future of mental health care: one that puts healing in each person's own hands. We talk about the barriers to accessing healing and mental health care, especially for Black people. Dr. Butler's solution is to put the Internal Family Systems therapy methodolog…
 
We interview Susan Linn about her new book, Who’s Raising the Kids: Big Tech, Big Business, and the Lives of Children. It turns out we've all been indoctrinated from a young age to value buying things due to the United States' lax child protection policies for advertising. Susan Linn is a psychologist, award-winning ventriloquist, and world-renowne…
 
Welcome to Latchkey Urchins & Friends podcast! Hosted by Alison Cebulla, who works in child trauma prevention, and Anne Sherry, therapist. Our website. Audio mastered by Josh Collins. "One Cloud is Lonely" theme song by Próxima Parada. Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends website. Audio mastering b…
 
We talk with the hosts of The Neurodivergent Woman podcast, Dr. Michelle Livock and Monique Mitchelson. What is neurodivergence? How the needs of neurodivergent children can be neglected and the long-term impacts. As always we end with the "Feelings Wheel Game" where we practice naming feelings and feeling them in our bodies. This is a great practi…
 
Anne and Alison talk with Kay Gardner, LCPC about her work helping people hand back their legacy burdens to their ancestors where they belong. Not all of the trauma we carry around is ours to carry. Learn about Kay's healing work helping us unburden our trauma. Kay Gardner has over 40 years of clinical experience and 30 years in private practice. S…
 
Anne and Alison talk with Eric Atcheson, ordained pastor in the Christian Church about Millenial faith, social justice, and finding connection through spirituality. We learn about his experience growing up in Kansas with attorney parents and how this shaped his inclusive worldview, which he brings to his ministry. This episode is for anyone searchi…
 
Anne and Alison interview Adrian Alexander and Juleus Ghunta, community managers of the ACEs Caribbean Community, raising awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and promoting Protective Factors, Positive Experiences, Hope, and Resilience throughout the Caribbean. They are working to inform and transform their region to see more empowere…
 
Anne and Alison interview Jon Claytor about his new book, Take the Long Way Home, a story of words and drawings. "In Take the Long Way Home, Claytor explores alcoholism, love, and family through heart-rending vignettes and expressive linework. This is the story of a man who unpacks a difficult past, only to discover that even at his lowest point, h…
 
Anne and Alison interview Ariana Gibson about STIGMA App and documentary films about overcoming childhood trauma and sharing mental health struggles. STIGMA App normalizes conversations about mental health, one story at a time. Ariana Alejandra Gibson is a creative director, researcher, and brand strategist who is building a new kind of mental heal…
 
Anne and Alison talk with Josh Collins, a California-raised guitarist and songwriter currently based in Idaho. Josh has been working behind the scenes on Latchkey Urchins & Friends as our audio engineer since Ep5. We learn about the chaotic home life he endured in childhood and how he found refuge in music. Josh plays with the band Próxima Parada, …
 
Anne and Alison share their personal journeys seeking mental health treatment from therapists and psychiatrists. They share what they looked for in a therapist, why they sought treatment, and what their outcomes were. They share how to find a therapist and when to seek one. They also share what you can get out of therapy as well as budget-friendly …
 
We welcome back beloved past guest Tamara Hanna, a clinical psychologist based in Asheville, NC (last heard in Ep8). Tamara has been inspired recently by the work of Mia Birdsong’s How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community. She shares how to show up for our family, friends, and community, which boundaries to set, and vulnerably s…
 
In this episode, Anne and Alison talk to Leslie Petruk, LPCS, NCC, BCC, Charlotte, NC-based therapist and Founder and Director of The Stone Center For Counseling & Leadership. We learn about Leslie's journey to discovering her own ADHD after serving this population professionally for years, her inner healing work for the sake of herself and her kid…
 
This week Anne and Alison talk with Evan Cudworth, The World's 1st Party Coach, about his mission to help people party with intention. We hear his personal story about growing up in small-town, Christian, Illinois and then joining a fraternity in college and coming out as gay. We hear about the careers he tried before realizing and inventing his dr…
 
This week Anne and Alison talk with IFS therapist Madeleine Warren about the parentified child. We interview Madeleine Warren, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) about parentified children. This is a relationship children have with their parents in which the child takes on the parent’s role of emotional caretaking in the absence of the p…
 
Anne and Alison welcome back beloved guests Tyler Tamai (from Ep11 and Ep16) and Kevin Anonymous (Ep20) to cohost about the 80s parenting and cultural environment that led to our messiah complexes. We look at the popular films that shaped our worldview towards saving. What's a reasonable amount of saving? What amount is a mental illness or psychosi…
 
Anne and Alison interview Dr. Donielle Prince about holidays in the United States like Presidents day and the legacy of historical racial trauma and violence which complicates celebrating said holidays. We talk about the messiness of engaging with social justice and racial equity work and how to stay in the work. Most importantly we talk about why …
 
Anne and Alison talk with Dr. Claudia Luiz, a New York-based psychoanalyst about the nature of mental illness, emotion dysregulation, trauma, and how normal feelings can make us sick. Claudia makes complex mental health topics accessible and conversational. This conversation is not to be missed. You will feel less alone in your crazy world after he…
 
Anne and Alison process a heavy week of the loss of the life of loved one Kevin Elder, who had struggled with severe mental illness and substance use disorder. Anne compares his life with the life of her brother, John Romine. They interview another Kevin, who has chosen to keep his last name anonymous due to the nature of his work with psychiatric …
 
Anne and Alison interview Maria Sorensen about her early substance misuse and how her recovery journey informs her work as a trauma and substance abuse therapist. Maria shares that she started abusing substances at age 10 and went into recovery at age 21. Alcoholics Anonymous, Adult Children of Alcoholics, and 12-Step communities were vital in her …
 
Anne and Alison interview Julyan Davis, a British-American artist living in Asheville, North Carolina about growing up going to Catholic boarding school in England, the particular British outlook with low expectations, his new novel A History of Saints as a healing project, the patriarchy, murder ballads, and more. For more than thirty years he has…
 
Anne and Alison interview Carolyn McCarter Wood about trauma, families and eating disorders. Carolyn shares some heartfelt life experiences in her path to this work and her personal healing. Carolyn McCarter Wood is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist who lives near …
 
We invited listeners to submit their awkward, funny, or traumatic holiday family stories for this holiday episode. Anne and Alison react to some truly funny and sometimes tragic stories! Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends website. Audio mastering by Josh Collins. Song "One Cloud is Lonely" by Pró…
 
In this episode, we interview comedian Alicia Simmons-Miracle about her and her family's trauma and how she processes through her stand-up comedy. Alicia Simmons Miracle was born in Newark, New Jersey. She is a Groundlings Sunday Company Alumni, she has been featured on stage at the Actors' Gang in Tim Robbins Break The Whip. Alicia has done stand-…
 
We are thrilled to share this interview with Emily Munroe and Elise Schuster about healthy and inclusive sex education for children, teens, and people of all ages, and the app Okay So. OkaySo is a free, anonymous app for iOS and Android where you can ask any questions you have about sex, relationships, identity and more to teams of experts who prov…
 
Anne and Alison tell their toxic positivity recovery stories. Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends website. Audio mastering by Josh Collins. Song "One Cloud is Lonely" by Próxima Parada. Cover art by Claire Dierksen.By Alison Cebulla, Anne Sherry
 
In this episode, we interview Yin Ling Leung whose parents immigrated from China to Hawaii. We look at the trauma of leaving your family and home community behind to move somewhere else, and how that trauma defines American society. "Grandma" signifies both the grandmother that Yin never got to know, and the many grandparents, extended families, an…
 
In this episode, Alison and Tyler talk about their middle school trauma and how that may have contributed, albeit indirectly, to their party years and substance misuse in their teens and 20s. Tyler is a Registered Nurse with a BSN in San Diego, California. He is a father, husband, social change maker. In 2020 he was awarded a full scholarship for h…
 
We interview Asheville-based painter and artist Alicia Armstrong about her experience growing up Gen X with feelings of alienation. She describes the empty toolbox with which she found herself as she emerged into adulthood. She shares what she has learned along the way about tools for life, self-care, and sanity. Alicia paints primarily on wood pan…
 
In this episode, we interview Laura Hofmann, M. Ed. about parenting during COVID, trauma-informed career counseling, and The Great Resignation. Laura is an adjunct faculty Career Counselor and instructor at Miramar College in San Diego. She is a first-generation college student and holds a Masters of Education in Counseling & Guidance for Higher Ed…
 
We talk with Tamara Hanna of Love and Loss Counseling who is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist through The Grief Recovery Institute. We talk about the alternative dolls kids get instead of Barbies when they grow up in a Christian household, toys and clothes on layaway at Kmart (are you feeling nostalgic?), all the things large and small we need…
 
At the start of the pandemic, Alison started a little social project with her friends Emelia and Ian. They referred to it as their "cult" and it was a way to stay socially engaged and active during the stressful early pandemic. Ian is an active member and facilitator of Illuman men's groups and Emelia was a co-founder of the Merchants of Reality ar…
 
This episode features Anne's husband, Tom Sherry, licensed social worker and therapist. He shares his "chill the f*ck out" parenting philosophy, ie how to back off and let your kid become who they were meant to be. Learn why as a kid he was not an urchin, latchkey, nor a ragamuffin, but a panda, rather. Deep dive on the different types of childhood…
 
We interview Heather Smith, Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified IFS Therapist, & Psychedelic Integration Consultant. We discuss “Big T” vs “little t” trauma, a**hole parents, how much time we wasted in our 20s because of childhood trauma, and MDMA and other psychedelic-assisted therapy. These therapies are being researched more and more in r…
 
We welcome guest Connie Burns, therapist and Eco-Grief Circle facilitator. Eco-Grief Circles explore grief and sorrow, anxiety and fear, guilt and shame, anger, and despair. This experience is designed to offer mutual support, healing, insight, and love. Participants express profound gratitude for being among people who could talk honestly about gr…
 
Before we complain too much about our childhoods, let's take a step back and acknowledge all the luck and privilege we have received and continue to receive as white women in the United States. Dr. Alex Cho, professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara joins us. Dr. Cho is a media scholar, digital design resear…
 
Alison and Anne explain the meaning behind the name of the podcast: Latchkey Urchins & Friends. Were you a latchkey kid, an urchin, a ragamuffin, or something in your childhood years? Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends website. Audio mastering by Josh Collins. Song "One Cloud is Lonely" by Próxim…
 
Our monthly zoom hangouts during the COVID-19 pandemic morphed into this podcast. We are a therapist and a childhood trauma community health worker trying to bring some lightness and humor to the dark topic of childhood neglect. Come fill the void with us. Follow us on Instagram. Check out our bonus YouTube content. Latchkey Urchins & Friends websi…
 
Find a detailed blog post on this topic here. Start growing your artist career and download the "Seven Strategies of Highly Successful Electronic Music Artists": Get the Free PDF Join our community of like-minded music producers in our private Facebook group. Support the showBy Copilco Productions - Philip Röder, Dee Cunning
 
In this episode, I’m sharing the ten biggest music industry secrets that will help you build a meaningful, long-term music career. Find a detailed blog post on this topic here. Start growing your artist career and download the "Seven Strategies of Highly Successful Electronic Music Artists": Get the free PDF Join our community of like-minded music …
 
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