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Living Centered Podcast
50 minutes | Sep 28, 2022
Treating Trauma - 009 - "How Are IFS and EMDR Effective Tools for Treating Trauma?" with Tara Booker and Emily Carroll
In this week’s episode, we sit down with therapists Tara Booker and Emily Carroll who help us explore how the therapeutic modalities of IFS (Internal Family Systems) and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) can be effective tools in healing trauma. They both share how their unique specializations can be used to gently come alongside people in their recovery. Full show notes: treatingtrauma.com/ep009/
48 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
088 “Living Centered and Reframing Shame” featuring the Onsite Team
On this week’s episode Mickenzie, Hannah, and Lindsey are joined by Onsite Director of Product Development, Candi Shelton, to dig deep into the all too familiar yet often elusive feeling of shame. Together they discuss the common narratives associated with shame, share what they’ve learned about shame in their own story, and explore a path forward into self-compassion and freedom. They also share recordings from other Onsite team members who shared their experiences with shame. Show Notes Get access to our BRAND NEW Emotional Health Master Class The Shame Reframe. Use the code PODCAST through October 2nd to save 35%.
43 minutes | Sep 21, 2022
Treating Trauma - 008 - "How Do I Support a Loved One Who Has Experienced Trauma?" with Tara Booker
Today we’re exploring how to support the people in our lives who have experienced trauma. Therapist Tara Booker kindly walks us through the best ways to show up for our loved ones and offer sustainable support. (Spoiler alert the best way to show up for someone else is to first show up for ourselves!) Full show notes: treatingtrauma.com/ep008
58 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
087 “Living Centered in Recovery” featuring Christopher O’Reilly, MA, LPC and Kathleen Murphy, LPC, LMFT
In honor of National Recovery Month, we invited Onsite Vice President of Clinical Services for Milestones, Christopher O’Reilly, and Clinical Director Kathleen Murphy to join Hannah and Mickenzie. Together they broaden our understanding of the topic and share their personal and professional insights about what embracing a recovery lifestyle can offer us all. Join us for "Rethinking Recovery" a free webinar, Tuesday, September 27.
49 minutes | Sep 14, 2022
Treating Trauma - 007 - "How is Adventure Therapy an Effective Tool for Treating Trauma?" With Marie Turley and Bobby Chapman
Today we sit down with therapists Marie Turley and Bobby Chapman. Together they talk through the impactful modality of adventure therapy. They share their years of experience and their passion for helping patients get outside the therapy room and into their bodies with this unique way of treating trauma.
60 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
086 “An Honest Conversation About Suicide” with Emilie Kadlec
In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week, Mickenzie and Hannah are joined by Onsite’s Clinical Supervisor, Emily Kadlec. Emilie invites us all to get honest about our comfortability with our own suffering and emotional landscape while creating a safe space to talk about a sometimes taboo and difficult topic. Our hope is that by talking about suicide we can all seek to show up better for ourselves and the people we love by fostering empathy and connection and broadening our understanding. *If you or a loved one are struggling with suicide, we encourage you to seek professional help. You can find support at TWLOHA.com or by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.
40 minutes | Sep 7, 2022
Treating Trauma - 006 - "How Does Trauma Impact Our Relationships?" with Samantha Bishop
Today Therapist Samantha Bishop is back to help Mickenzie and Christopher explore how trauma impacts our relationships with the people around us. We often say that we're hardwired for community, but the effects of trauma have real consequences on our relationships, in this episode, Sam helps us assess how we can regain a sense of connection and safety.
39 minutes | Sep 5, 2022
085 "Living Centered after Betrayal Trauma" featuring Dr. Kevin Skinner
On this week's episode Lindsey and Mickenzie sit down with therapist and author Dr. Kevin Skinner. As a leader and authority on sexually compulsive behavior, infidelity and trauma from sexual betrayal, Dr. Skinner helps us explore the ways to show up for ourselves and the people around us after betrayal trauma and infidelity.
45 minutes | Aug 31, 2022
Treating Trauma - 005 - "How are EMDR and Brain Spotting Effective Tools for Treating Trauma?" with Amanda Morrow and Ian Chapman
In today’s episode, Mickenzie and Christopher chat with therapists Amanda Morrow and Ian Chapman to explore the therapeutic modalities of Brain Spotting and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Together they explain how these two forms of therapy can help people address their trauma and decrease panic and anxiety by utilizing neurobiology and a trusted therapeutic relationship.
51 minutes | Aug 29, 2022
084 "Living Centered as Connected Leaders and Humans" featuring Karen Hardwick
Who is the best leader you’ve ever met? Likely it was a person skilled in the art of connection. This week’s guest, Karen Hardwick a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant, sat down with Mickenzie and Lindsey for an authentic conversation about whole-heartedly leadering in every area of our lives. Together they explore the path to become our best selves as parents, spouses and leaders at work, and how getting it wrong can cost us. (Hint, we can’t connect with anyone else until we connect with ourselves!!) To celebrate the launch of our new digital platform, we're giving our podcast listeners 15% off our entire digital resource library with the code PODCAST.
49 minutes | Aug 24, 2022
Treating Trauma - 004 - "How Does Trauma Impact Our Physical Health?" with Dr. Neil and Dr. Sara Bomar
This week Christopher and Mickenzie sit down with Onsite Director of Medical Services, Psychiatrist Dr. Neil Bomar and Functional Medicine Doctor Dr. Sara Bomar to explore how trauma can impact our physical and mental health. The four discuss how Dr. Sara and Dr. Neil partner to help clients better understand the mind/body connection and many of the things we often dismiss or overlook regarding our physical health. Full show notes and additional recommendations: https://treatingtraumapodcast.com/ep004/
53 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
083 "Living Centered and Overcoming Media Trauma" with Bob Hutchins MSc
Are we all insecurely attached to our phones? This week Hannah and Mickenzie are joined by writer and Behavioral and Organizational Psychologist Bob Hutchins to explore this question. The three sat down for a fascinating conversation about technology, media trauma, attachment, and the impact the last couple of years have had on our collective and individual understanding of grief, loss, and connection. But don’t worry, this isn’t another “throw away your phone” conversation; after years of working in media and studying psychology, Bob is actually hopeful that we can all use media to better connect with ourselves, others, and humanity.
46 minutes | Aug 17, 2022
Treating Trauma - 003 - How are Psychodrama and Community Effective Tools for Treating Trauma? with Samantha Bishop and Terence Smith
In today's episode, Mickenzie and Christopher chat with therapists Samantha Bishop and Terence Smith to explore an effective experiential modality called psychodrama. Together they explain how psychodrama, coupled with the presence of a safe community, can help rightsize our past, gain insight into our present, and create a path toward the future we desire. Full show notes: https://treatingtraumapodcast.com/ep003/ Learn more about Onsite's Workshops and Intensives.
54 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
082 "Living Centered While Navigating Digital Anxiety" featuring Eric Minton
This week Hannah and Mickenzie are joined by writer and psychotherapist Eric Minton. Eric brings a unique and fresh take on the mental health crisis we’re facing as a nation and the anxiety and depression that have been exasperated for most of us over the last two years.
39 minutes | Aug 10, 2022
Treating Trauma - Ep 002 - "How Does Trauma Impact the Brain?" with Terence Smith, LPC
In this episode, Mickenzie and Christopher chat with therapist Terence Smith to explore how traumatic experiences rewire and impact our brains. Terence explains the automatic response our bodies and brains go through when we encounter adverse events and outlines a few treatment methods that help the brain heal from trauma.
41 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
081 "Living Centered As An Adult Child" Featuring Andrea Ashley
This week Lindsey and Mickenzie sit with the host and producer of the Adult Child, a weekly podcast about the impact of growing up in a dysfunctional family. Through humor and transparency, Andrea shares how after nine years of sobriety, she realized that her next level of healing would require her to take a long look at the impact her earliest years had on her and her relationships. Andrea now helps other people explore the impact of being an Adult Child. To celebrate the launch of our new digital platform, we're giving our podcast listeners 15% off our entire resource library with the code PODCAST. Sign up now!
13 minutes | Aug 3, 2022
Treating Trauma - Ep 001 - "What is Trauma?"
In this episode, we’re pulling in voices from many of the experts you’ll be hearing from throughout this limited series to help us explore the question: What is trauma? While it seems like a straightforward question, we find the answer is not so straightforward. This episode will help set the stage for the rest of the episodes to come and provide a glimpse into the incredible interview to come!
6 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
Welcome to the Treating Trauma Podcast
Hey Everyone! We are so excited to announce the launch of a limited series podcast from Onsite! Join co-hosts Mickenzie Vought and Christopher O'Reilly as they introduce Treating Trauma. Together they provide a glimpse of the topics and questions we'll be exploring on this limited series from Onsite. Subscribe to Treating Trauma now - Episode 001 launching 8/3! Apple Spotify
42 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
080 "Living Centered and the Mind/Body Connection" featuring Dr. Sara Bomar
This week Lindsey and Mickenzie sat down to hear the incredible story of Functional Medicine Doctor, Sara Bomar. Dr. Bomar shares how her journey as a patient, seeking a diagnosis and spending 14 years in a wheelchair, helped her become a better doctor and changed the way she approaches the mind/body connection for herself, her patients, and the clients of Milestones at Onsite. Full shownotes here.
20 minutes | Jul 27, 2022
BONUS "Community As a Grounding Tool" featuring Christopher O'Reilly
Today we're exploring how community can serve as an essential grounding practice in our emotional wellness toolkit. Join Mickenzie for a special bonus episode with therapist and Executive Director of Milestones, Christopher O'Reilly as they explore how leaning into safe community can ground us in times of anxiety, heightened emotion, and stress.
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