Podcasts

38 – Bipolar Beginnings: Healing Yourself Through Self Care With Irene Gabelnick

Irene Gabelnick is an Author, Blogger, Realtor, Mother and a long time health & fitness fanatic who had a challenging childhood due to being raised by a parent suffering a bipolar disorder. Her well known blog ‘Fit For Sanity’ helps busy moms and entrepreneurs to live healthier lifestyles. In addition, she enjoys volunteering, and was

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37 – Life After A Cult With Rhys Hagen

Born and raised in a town of only 600 people in regional Victoria, Australia, Hagan has always had an interest in writing and all kinds of storytelling. After finishing high school, Hagan planned on attending University after a year in the Australian Army. However, when the time came for him to accept his position, he

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36 – Putting The Post In PTSD: A Roadmap For Recovery With Denita Stevens

Denita Stevens is a writer and poet who lives in New Jersey. Her poetry about trauma has been published on the Heal My PTSD website, and most recently in the ITWOW International 2016 Anthology, all of which are included in her poetry chapbook, ‘Invisible Veils’ which is in the process of being published. She started

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35 – The Gift Of Suffering With Craig Holliday

Craig Holliday is a gifted Meditation and Spiritual Teacher trained in both the Yogic and Buddhist traditions. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor offering mindfulness based therapy. Craig travels frequently offering Meditation Workshops, Retreats, and Satsang. He is the author of Fully Human Fully Divine. His work is dedicated to the discovery of our innate

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34 – Shake Free From Trauma Using TRE With Richmond Heath

Richmond Heath is a registered Physiotherapist, TRE Certification Trainer, Pilates Instructor, Bowen Therapist & a pioneer in mind-body health & wellbeing for optimal life performance. Having introduced TRE to Australia in 2010, he provides TRE Training to individuals & organisations in a wide range of settings including sports, personal growth & development, occupational stress prevention

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33 – Supporting Children Through Foster Care With Dr. John DeGarmo

Dr. John DeGarmo is a leading international expert in foster care.  Dr. John is a consultant to several foster care agencies and to law firms across the nation, and is a popular international speaker and trainer on all things foster care.  He is the founder of The Foster Care Institute, as well as the residential

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32 – Online Harassment: A Silent Epidemic? With Samantha Silverberg

Samantha Silverberg is a licensed clinician specializing in working with individuals who have histories of complex and chronic trauma. She has spent the last eight years working across a variety of populations at the University of Pennsylvania, Mount Sinai Hospital and as adjunct faculty at LaSalle University amongst other positions. Based on her own personal

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31 – Crush Cancer: How I Learned To Survive And Thrive With Dara Kurtz

Dara Kurtz is the author of Crush Cancer, and creator of the popular blog, Crazy Perfect Life. When she was 42, she heard the words “You have cancer!”. It wasnít until she finished the difficult year of treatment that she began to see the benefits her cancer diagnosis brought. She started writing, and now inspires

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30 – Why You Alone Are Creating The Results In Your Life With Tim Pahuta

Tim Pahuta grew up in a small rural fawn in central NJ called Whitehouse Station NJ. The second oldest of 5 children and his fathers first son. Baseball was, and continues to be, a passion of his fathers and as a result a passion of Tim’s as well. So much so that he became a

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