In this episode, we interview Irene Lyon MSC, a Nervous System expert, and Somatic Practitioner. Irene shares her experience working with thousands of unique trauma cases and her realization that all of us have experienced a level of trauma. She shares some surprising ways trauma develops, how it affects us in adulthood, and some promising new treatments extending far beyond the therapy couch.
In this episode, we interview Jordan Axani, a social entrepreneur who began his journey after being the focus of the most viral human-interest story in the history of the internet, earning an unprecedented 4 billion media impressions.
Jordan is the co-founder of Shift Colab, Shift People, and Real Campus. His work focuses on supporting corporations to understand their staff's needs and create a positive internal culture supportive of mental health and wellness.
In this episode, we interview Timothy David Spector OBE FMedSci, an award-winning epidemiologist, science writer, and founder of TwinsUK at Kings College London, the world's richest study of twins that helps researchers study the link between our genes and our health.
Over the past few years, he has dedicated his career to researching microbiome – the millions of bacteria that live in our gut – and its relationship with health. In his studies, he has found the links between our gut microbes and diseases such as obesity, diabetes, allergies, and even depression. Through his research, he is on a mission to bust diet myths and help people find the best diet to help them achieve optimal health and weight outcomes
In this episode, we interview Amanda E. White, a therapist and founder of Therapy for Women in Philadelphia, widely known on Instagram for her self-care advice. Through her clinic, Amanda helps women work through substance abuse, anxiety, motherhood, eating disorders, depression, and trauma.
As someone who has recovered from trauma, substance abuse, and an eating disorder – Amanda knows what it's like to struggle. She started Therapy for women after being frustrated with the lack of modern approaches to Therapy. Through her clinic, she offers a modern, relatable approach for women working through mental health challenges.
She believes that women are often misdiagnosed or misunderstood because the symptoms of eating disorders, addiction, trauma, and anxiety often overlap. She has made it her mission to team up with relatable therapists to provide compassionate, un-intimidating Therapy and also provides her clients the tools to create real, lasting change.
In this episode, we interview Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy®. PACT is a polytheoretical, non-linear approach to dyadic systems that integrates developmental neuroscience, arousal regulation, and attachment theory.
In this episode, we interview Najwa Zebian, a Lebanese-Canadian author, poet, activist and educator whose words have touched millions online.
Najwa’s search for a home was central to her early years as she struggled to find her place in the world. She became a teacher and a doctoral candidate in educational leadership. As Najwa began to write in an effort to connect with and heal her first students, a group of young refugees, she found that she was also writing to heal herself. After self-publishing her first collection of poetry and prose in 2016, she went on to sell over 250,000 copies of her three books. She recently launched a digital school, Soul Academy, and a podcast, Stories of the Soul. Her fourth book, Welcome Home: A Guide for Building a Home for Your Soul will be released in June 2021. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Glamour, Elle Canada, HuffPost, and more. Her TEDx talk “Finding Home Through Poetry” has been viewed over more than 100,000 times.
In this episode, we interview Shaun Galanos, a certified love & relationship coach and the founder of The Love Drive podcast where he interviews experts and thought leaders in the field of love. He is also a certified rape-crisis counselor who supports women in their healing journey after abuse.
In this interview episode, we interviewed Katie Crosby, an occupational therapist specializing inintergenerational healing and helping people recognizechildhood as the portal for that.
Katie merged her personal healing journey, professional learning and background, and 20+ years of experience with kids and familiesand developed The Meltdown Method because she's seen again and again how having a framework to guide helpsboost adult's sense of safety and security in the toughest moments, and the trickle effect this has on kids. She is trained in play therapy, trauma-informed methods, sensory processing, DIRFloortime, and integrative listening therapies.
In this episode, we interview Alyssa Manacao, a therapist with her own practice in California, providing trauma treatment for individuals that have endured the pain of childhood abuse and exposure to gang and community violence. Her professional experience includes providing supervision for mental health professionals in the individual and group setting. She strongly believes in the power of human relationships, connection, and emotional growth. She is a client-centered therapist who believes that treatment is focused on you and that you are capable of discovering the answers that you have been looking for. Therefore, she seeks to explore your past experiences, and earlier attachment as themes from the past have the power to affect our current behaviors and relationships. It is Alyssa's belief that regardless of what your current stressors are, or have been, you are capable of reaching your emotional potential, obtaining balance, wellness, and happiness.
In this episode, we interview Beth Somich, a licensed professional counselor specializing in treating teens and young adults, with a focus in family dynamics, relationships, anxiety, transitions, and trauma. Beth practices a modern approach to mental health counseling where she seeks to de-stigmatize therapy by focusing on prevention.
Therapy is becoming more open and more accessible. People are realizing that there are things they need to talk about, no shame. Modern mental health is the idea that therapy is for everyone. It’s something you should utilize regularly BEFORE things become too overwhelming. If everyone started to operate from this perspective, how could mental health stigma live on?