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What's Trauma got to do with it??!!
Please join us on Sunday, April 13th from 11:00am - 12:00pm EST. This is a NEW Sunday morning talk show!! This week's topic: Rivka Edery, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., tackles the all-important subject of trauma, and why society needs to take a very close look at this matter. Guest Call In: (914) 338-0673 or online: www.blogtalkradio.com/rivkaedery
Clinical social worker Rivka Edery, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., author of “Trauma and Transformation: A 12-Step Guide”, will address why a conversation on this subject is especially critical, and why some people shy away from participating in this dialogue. While we may agree that having an open dialogue is critical, the barriers are ever-present, and it’s time to explore why. For more information on your host, listen to her previous radio show interviews, podcasts, read blog articles, and more, please visit her website: http://www.rivkaedery.com
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In this 30 minute podcast Madelaine Standing, Author of the upcoming book, Heal Your Trauma Drama, shares the basis of her work as well as this free online show. There are keys to take with you and principles to follow whenever embarking on a healing journey.
These string of free talks in 2014 are no different from any other adventure that you may go on and require a certain mindset in order to be successful when working through your trauma and its resulting dramas.
Learn more about the Heal Your Trauma Drama Program here.
Read about The Viva Standing Foundation here.
Rivka Edery is a social worker who is dedicated to helping survivors of trauma to recover healthy lives. Her book explains the invisible cord underlying the problems resulting from unresolved trauma which dramatically hinder a person trying to live a satisfying life. She clearly illustrates the therapeutic value of incorporating spirituality as part of a survivor’s recovery process. This discussion is useful to both the survivor and the mental health professional.
Trauma and toxic stress are all too often a part of life for today's youth. You want to help but don't know exactly what to do or say.
Join experts Kathy Falminio of 1000 Petals and John Rettger Director of Mindfulness Stanford School of Medicine for a discussion on how yoga and mindfulness skills can help heal the effects of trauma. Learn how to increase resilience, empower and promote healing through breath, movement and mindfulness.
We'll address how to create a sensory sensitive environment, specifics for what to include and what to exclude, and tools to use when traumatic events occur in your community/school.
Hosted by Yoga In My School and K-12 Yoga.
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Join 'She' for 54 minutes to work on the Inner Self.
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During this segment we will be explore the path to healing trauma. Authentic healing of traumaitic events in our lives can take a moment or lifetimes. There are many layers of truths within any moment that is life altering and/traumatic. By stuffing the incident into a box and not examining it we are ingoring it rather than resolving it.
Explore and Align with 'Self', How to reconnect to Self?
We will identify if there are still triggers that need resolved...look at were we have traveled and where we can still go within the healing process. Embracing patience and perseverance.
Painful relationships and breakups can hurt you so much that it feels impossible to move on. The past seems to play over and over in your mind like a broken record. In this segment, Lyn Twyman will discuss stress and trauma and why understanding the difference is important to establishing healthy relationships and moving on from a past with domestic abuse.
This show will focus on how mental health specialists work with victims in the African American community. National guest speaker will include Adrienne Casteele, Dr. John L Casteele Jr., Ph.D., LMFT and Will Yancy. Guest will explorer the African American experience with mental health and domestic violence, mental health treatments. How domestic violence programs work with victims of domestic violence and mental health. Mental health resources for African American victims. Guest will speak to issues of individual and collective trauma.
If there's one thing you need a lot of in PTSD and trauma recovery it's B-R-A-V-E-R-Y. Today's guest is an expert in learning how to be brave. Patty Chang Anker, author of SOME NERVE: Lessons Learned While Becoming Brave, joins the show to discuss how we experience bravery, how we access it and how to develop more of it to support your healing journey.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
The shooting deaths of Michael Brown and other unarmed Black teenagers, men and women have a profound psychological impact on the Black community. Complex trauma is described by psychologist and trauma expert Dr. Christine Courtois, as “a type of trauma that occurs repeatedly and cumulatively, usually over a period of time and within specific relationships and contexts.” Does the killing of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin and Akai Gurley and others meet this criteria? Join us for a discussion on Complex Trauma and responding to these tragedies using the lens of trauma. How do we effectively help our children and our community deal with these situation?
Remember you can call in live on 619 639 4621 on Wednesday, November 26th, at 6:30 p.m. on BlogTalkRadio
Sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse -- each brings with it a heavy burden for victims to deal with. But as bad as that trauma is, having it committed by one we rely on like a parent or clergyman, makes that trauma so much worse. Join us as we discuss betrayal trauma..
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