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Today @ 1pm (CST) my special guest is David Emerson, E-RYT, Founder and Director of Yoga Services for the Trauma Center at the Justice Resource Institute in Brookline Massachusetts, where he coined the term “trauma-sensitive yoga” and author of the book “Trauma-Sensitive Yoga in Therapy”. He is the co-author of “Overcoming Trauma through Yoga”.
Trauma exposure is ubiquitous in our society. Over half the general population report having had exposure to at least one traumatic event over their lifetime, with 5% of men and 10.4% of women developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
PTSD has a debilitating negative impact on the overall quality of life of the individual. Seventy-four percent of the individuals diagnosed with PTSD are symptomatic for more than six months and may experience symptoms for years.
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Please forward this link to anyone who may be suffering PTSD this could be the solution they’ve been looking for
If you wish to call into the show and ask a question – 818-668-5406
Or send a email to –firstname.lastname@example.org with Trauma in the subject line
David website - http://www.traumasensitiveyoga.com/
Tory Sherlock is currently in the last year of her undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, graduating with Honors and a BA in Psychology. She is trying to continue on to graduate school for music therapy. For her senior thesis this year, she is researching the efficacy of art therapies in a variety of contexts including healing and rehabilitation. This study will focus on the perspective of the therapist and giver of treatment, not just client/patient outcome. Part of her research will include carrying out interviews with prospective therapists who are willing to answer some questions about their stance on their work, what brought them to the field, along with some other similar topics.
Since I get requests for interviews or information from students frequently, I thought I'd record this one so that other students looking for similar information might be able to use it for their projects, too.
What is trauma and what are the best interventions? What are the triggers and what are the solutions? Duane Bowers returns to Shattered Lives Radio to discuss these questions and more. Listeners will learn the importance of trauma informed care and why its model should be used by advocacy agencies, law enforcement and individual victim service providers. Bowers will also bring us up to date on his current projects.
The issue of the Black father has been going on for generations and unfortunately in a negative way.
Whether we are talking about the absentee father, the deadbeat dad, the abusive father, the man that never really came around, the man that had all those kids, the man that wouldn't marry my mom, the man that we never met or the one that we can't seem to get it together with, the Black father is a polarizing figure. He commands a lot of attention for a man that so many people say hardly exists in our lives.
The issues with fathers is not exclusive to Black people. Other races and ethnic groups have had similar issues with fathers but their issues seem to have dealt more with abusive or neglectful fathers inside the home. Many Black people have the opposite experience.
This is not a general show concerning fathers though. This show will focus on personal issues that people have had in the Black family with their fathers.
What has been your experience concerning your dad? Was he there? Was he absent? Have you been mad at him most of your life or have you been looking for him most of your life?
Has someone else that is not been your biological dad been your dad all your life? How did that turn out?
Have you been taught to feel like a father is not as important in your life as a mother is?
What about people who have sons? Do we secretly fear that our sons won't be there for their children if they grew up without a dad? Do we try to prevent that from happening or do we let the chips fall where they may?
What can be done to remedy the situation of the Black father in relation to the child, the family and the community?
Despite the widespread availability of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) in the U.S., more than half of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the U.S. are not engaged in regular medical care. This show will discuss ways in which unaddressed trauma in the lives of PLHIV negatively impacts access to and engagement in care, further complicating health outcomes as a consequence. We will discuss intervention, and posits recommendations for further action. Our aims will be to offer high-impact structural intervention to facilitate healing from trauma, improve individual health outcomes, and provide tools for PLHIV to achieve their health goals.
Brother Mac will be back on hand to discuss fatherhood from his experience and his perspective.
How do you keep a good relationship when there are so many kids by different mothers?
Why do so many Black people feel that not having a father figure is okay?
There's more, more and much more!
It is a unique trauma when it is inflicted upon one human by another, or by another group of humans. It can be particularly devastating when a human being is violated by others of the same species. And we are pretty much singularly unique as a species in terms of perpetrating evil and conducting heinous acts with no other purpose other than dehumanization.
Rape. Murder. Abuse. Humiliation. Torture. Brutality. Heartlessness. Cruel authoritarianism. Misogyny. Mass violence. And countless other forms of anthropocentric evil; countless other types of vile dehumanization; countless other ways humans have learnt to inflict suffering upon each other and upon our non-human family.
The resulting trauma lasts a lifetime.
The pain and hurt is even tougher to deal with if we feel like justice, however we might define it, has not been served.
Considering how few of these incidents of trauma come to light and how most forms of “justice” are in the hands of some of the most unjust, traumatizing institutions this world has ever seen, such as the authoritarian state and its armed mercenaries, it’s safe to say that the overwhelming majority of trauma inflicted by humans upon other humans does not see true justice being served.
But that doesn’t mean we cannot heal. It doesn’t mean we cannot liberate ourselves. And it certainly doesn’t mean that your trauma has defeated you.
This piece is aimed at taking a step towards healing and liberating oneself from such trauma...
We're back with yet another day in the life of the happiest guy...my name is Sri. I'm a healer, wannabe writer, failed activist turned stand up comedian, and aspiring mama elephant. And I can't stop talking...
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Host Viktorious Victoria, Will be speaking on the topic of How to Overcome Trauma From Violence In All Communities.
Why Can't I Escape Anxiety and Depression?
What Methods are Available to Overcome Emotional Trauma?
Monday, Feb 1st at 8PM EST, Dr. Jess Armine responds to your requests for a podcast on the root causes of anxiety and depression...how to overcome these nasty symptoms.
Included in this podcast is the effects of emotional trauma as a root cause of anxiety and depression. More...what can be done...and...are there indicators in your genes that will point you in the right direction??
Join us and find out :-)
Testimonies of our prayer receivers who were healed of trauma caused by sexual experiences in the past. These experiences may have been as common as "playing doctor" as a child or as complicated as repeated sexual and physical abuse. They may have been raped, ambushed after school or harrassed by same sex attractions and may not have sinned in any way. Would you know how to pray to break the trauma of a wounding sexual experience? To restore the victim's God given purity and sexuality? How to pray for the guilty party who used another to meet their sexual needs? How to pray for the parents of the one in sexual sin?
Getting a massage is important for anyone, especially for the athlete who works out every day. On today’s episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary will talk with Nicole Kennelly, Owner of Body Balance Massage Therapy of NYC. Nicole and her team of licensed massage therapists provide customized treatments for patients interested in sports, medical and manual therapy. Nicole will be discussing the benefits of sports massage therapy for athletes and more! Plus, Body Balance Massage Therapy is a Sprint-level sponsor of the NY Tri Expo and will be giving out complimentary massages at the expo! Listen in to learn more.
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