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Sep 1, 2021

At age 18, Greg Washington had the chance to enter the NFL draft and instead chose to serve his country (USA) and go to war.  A few years of combat later, his two best-friends were killed and he was forced home by the military, he found himself drinking daily just to cope with his PTSD and TBI.  He almost killed...

Aug 6, 2021

An anonymous guest was cyberbullied and gaslit by students in his college for an entire year, he shares how this DEEPLY impacted his sense of safety and self!

We also discuss:
fear of eye contact;
understanding trauma response (fight/flight/freeze);
the impact of trauma;
"I am a failure";
self sabotage;
psychosis or...

Sep 15, 2020

Penny Fenske (AEDP practitioner, clinical counselor) explains what Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy IS and how it affects people.  Penny is one of the warmest, kindest, strongest people I know and I feel so honoured to share this conversation.  I myself have gained tremendous benefits from this therapy...

Jun 14, 2019

Rhandi's brother was diagnosed as a sociopath at a young age--he tortured animals and had violent anger outbursts (like his dad, yet more dangerous).  They grew up in violent, unsafe homes in Michigan and never felt like they belonged.  Rhandi's relationship with her brother was tumultuous (at best) and his recent...

Apr 8, 2019

Carl M. tells the story of his father's chaotic and traumatic life (and how that affected Carl).  Carl's grandfather abandoned the family and Carl's grandmother was mentally unstable and thus, Carl's father spent most of his own childhood physically ill and in institutions (hospitals and foster care).  We discuss,...