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The Trauma Recovery Podcast w/ Paul Christino
15 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Ep# 11: The Age Of Honesty
I'm sure I am not the only one who is beginning to tire of the pretentiousness on social media and in our everyday life especially during these crazy times. I think we are all thirsty for all thing real and authentic. However, I can't expect that from others if I'm not demanding it from myself. Demanding that I get real about the condition of my emotional self, how i arrived here and what honestly needs to be done to heal.For Trauma Recovery Coaching sessions visit:coachpaulchristino.com
15 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Suicide During The Lockdowns
I've been away for a while. Lockdowns, restrictions due to everything going on forced me to have to make some serious maneuvers to stay afloat. I'm back! Thanks for your patience.This episode is about suicide. No statistics, fact checking or empty motivation. It's just me speaking from the heart about a subject that many are toiling with. If you need one on one Trauma Recovery Coaching Sessions, you can reach me at:www.coachpaulchristino.comPeace.
46 minutes | May 26, 2020
EPISODE #9 | Jeff Herman ESQ. | Top Church Sexual Abuse Attorney
Jeff Herman is a nationally-recognized trial lawyer and advocate for survivors of rape, sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. He is a trailblazer in the representation of victims of sexual abuse, devoting 100% of his practice to the cause. Over his career he has represented one thousand brave men, women and children. Over the past two decades, Jeff has built a national practice and has become one of the nation’s leading childhood sexual abuse attorneys and pioneers, a true champion of his clients’ rights. Jeff is the founding and managing partner of Herman Law.In November, 2011, Jeff won a landmark $100 million verdict on behalf of a client who was sexually abused by Father Neil Doherty, a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Miami.For more than 25 years, Jeff has enjoyed a reputation for aggressive and tireless advocacy on behalf of his clients. He understands the unique issues involved in the representation of survivors of rape and sexual abuse. His clients come to him with different needs, which is why he is committed to helping them navigate the other issues that may arise for survivors, such as developing a support system of counselors and advocates, or participating in the criminal prosecution of the perpetrator. Jeff knows that healing from sexual abuse is a complex, multi-dimensional journey and that a civil lawsuit is only one part of that journey, albeit an important one. He believes that empowering abuse victims is the most important part of representing them. Victims of rape, sexual abuse, and sexual exploitation from all over the United States seek Jeff out to represent them in civil lawsuits.Jeff Hermanhermanlaw.comHerman LawNew York Office434 W 33rd St., PenthouseNew York, NY 10001Phone: (212) 390-0100 / (800) 686-9921Paul Christinocoachpaulchristino.comSOCIAL MEDIA► Follow on Twitter: @paulchristino► Follow on Instagram: @coachpaulchristino► Join me on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachpaulchristino► Trauma Recovery Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/907366♦ FOR TRAUMA RECOVERY COACHING SESSIONSinfo@coachpaulchristino.com
86 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
"Emotional Pain = Physical Pain" w/ Guest Steve Ozanich | Author of "The Great Pain Deception"
For Episode #8 of The Trauma Recovery Podcast is Steve Ozanich. Steve is the author of "The Great Pain Deception", a book that explores a health condition called TMS or The Mind Body Syndrome. TMS defines the reasoning and the mechanism that synthesizes emotional pain into physical pain, a phenomena that has eluded western medical doctors since the commencement of modern medicine. TMS was first brought to the mainstream by Dr. John Sarno, a medical doctor at NYU Langone. In his book, Steve takes the philosophies of Dr. Sarno and expands upon it and offers signs, symptoms and solutions for those in the throws of TMS. If you are suffering with anxiety and depression as well as pain throughout the body, Steve's book may be the catalyst to personal change. Enjoy!steveozanich.comThe Great Pain Deceptioncoachpaulchristino.comSOCIAL MEDIA► Follow on Twitter: @paulchristino► Follow on Instagram: @coachpaulchristino► Join me on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachpaulchristino► Trauma Recovery Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/907366♦ FOR TRAUMA RECOVERY COACHING SESSIONSinfo@coachpaulchristino.com
67 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
Bobbi Parish, MA CTRC-S | Certified Trauma Recovery Coach
On Episode #7 of The Trauma Recovery Podcast, my guest is Bobbi Parish. Bobbi was sexually abused for almost a decade of her childhood. As a result, she felt broken, unworthy, and crushed under an enormous weight of shame. She believed she would never be good enough, deserving of love or valuable unless she was perfect in every way. All of the trauma and lies that her abuser had taught her caused depression so severe she spent many years in and out of psychiatric wards. After finally being diagnosed with Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and finding excellent trauma informed mental health providers she began to make progress in her recovery. Then, she married a toxic man and ended up homeless and deeply mired in depression once again. Working with a new psychiatrist with excellent trauma recovery knowledge, Bobbi finally reached a place of recovery. Now it's her goal to teach other survivors what she learned to prevent them from having to take decades to recover.Bobbi earned her Master's Degree is in Marriage and Family Therapy 22 years ago. She had a private practice in Portland, Oregon. Six years ago Bobbi moved into coaching because she found its collaborative nature to be more successful in helping trauma survivors. Much of the damage trauma survivors sustain occurs within a relationship (they are abused by parents or battered by a spouse). As a result, much of their recovery work needs to occur within the context of a safe, healthy relationship. Bobbi works very hard to establish this type of relationship with her clients.Bobbi and her wife Sarah have the amazing privilege of leading the International Association of Trauma Recovery Coaching (IAOTRC), with Bobbi as the Executive Director and Sarah as Deputy Director. Together they teach and mentor students as they travel through the Coaching Certification process. We offer three levels of certification as well as continuing education courses. The IAOTRC represents and supports Trauma Recovery Coaches as they work with trauma survivors from every walk of life anywhere there is an internet connection.certifiedtraumarecoverycoaching.com/bobbi-parishthetraumarecoverycoach.comcoachpaulchristino.comSOCIAL MEDIA► Follow on Twitter: @paulchristino► Follow on Instagram: @coachpaulchristino► Join me on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachpaulchristino► Trauma Recovery Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/907366♦ FOR TRAUMA RECOVERY COACHING SESSIONSinfo@coachpaulchristino.com
37 minutes | Apr 4, 2020
Gary Greenberg | Activist | Advocate For Child Safety
On Episode #6 of The Trauma Recovery Podcast, my guest is Democrat Gary Greenberg. Several years ago, Mr. Greenberg founded the Political Action Committee “Fighting For Children”. His spearheading efforts played a key role in passing the Child Victims Act (CVA) and Erin’s Law in the state of New York.With decades on the front lines, Gary Greenberg has consolidated his forces and is now running for Senate in the state of New York. Read more about him below.https://protectnykids.org/https://www.facebook.com/GreenbergForNY/
105 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Clark Fredericks | Childhood Rape Survivor | Advocate
As a young boy, Clark Fredericks was brutally raped by "a family friend" who happened to be a Boy Scout Leader and a Police Officer in his small New Jersey town. Subsequently, Clark's life spiraled out of control. Decades after the assault, Mr. Fredericks murdered his attacker in his home. He was given a 30 years to life sentence. However, when details of his life and the destructive path that his abuser left in his wake came to the light, Clark found freedom, both from the courts and from his demons. Clark is now a sought after Public Speaker who's message of perseverance through suffering has reached millions of people. coachpaulchristino.com SOCIAL MEDIA► Follow on Twitter: @paulchristino► Follow on Instagram: @coachpaulchristino► Join me on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachpaulchristino► Trauma Recovery Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/907366♦ FOR TRAUMA RECOVERY COACHING SESSIONSinfo@coachpaulchristino.com
48 minutes | Mar 21, 2020
Hillary Nappi Esq. | Attorney for Sexual Abuse Victims
Hillary Nappi is an attorney at Hach, Rose, Schirripa & Cheverie, a law firm in NYC with a branch dedicated specifically for Sexual Abuse claims. Hillary began as a Criminal Defense Attorney prior to transitioning to her current position, a change that has served her on a soul-level. I invited her as a guest on The Trauma Recovery Podcast to provide listeners with insight concerning the claims process, common misconceptions laypeople have pertaining to claims, The Child Victims Act (CVA) and her motivation for dedicating her life and career to serving victims of sexual abuse. In 2018, Hillary was awarded “Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Attorneys” by National Trial Lawyer and was named a 2018-2019 Super Lawyers Metro Rising Star. If you are a victim of Sexual Abuse and are interested in gathering information about filing a claim, Hillary's contact info is firstname.lastname@example.orgDirect: 646.992.8138
48 minutes | Mar 13, 2020
Gaslighting w/ guest Lisa Babcock Hilton - Certified Trauma Recovery Coach
Episode #3 of The Trauma Recovery Podcast features my colleague, friend and fellow Trauma Recovery Coach, Lisa Babcock Hilton. Lisa has a "laser like" ability to hone in on her clients needs. I attribute that to her God given gift of perception and her first hand experience with trauma. I wanted to have a dialogue with Lisa about Gaslighting. Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that makes its victim question their perception of events, their own abilities and ultimately, their own sanity. We both agree that this type of abuse (and yes it IS abuse) is just as debilitating as sexual or physical abuse, especially if the gaslighting begins during childhood. Reach out to Lisa if this resonates with you, She's an amazing coach.Lisa's LinkedinLisa's Facebook
59 minutes | Mar 9, 2020
Guest: Sly Philly | From Homeless Kid to Hero
In Episode #2 of The Trauma Recovery Podcast, I have a special guest on board with me, my brother from another mother Sly Philly.Sly has survived childhood homelessness, life in shelters and group homes and the impoverished, drug infested neighborhood of East New York, Brooklyn at the height of the crack epidemic in the 80's.Sly and I met in our teens, I actually met him while he was homeless, while we were two crazy kids running around NYC. Despite different backgrounds, we share so much. Our brotherhood has endured for twenty plus years, so much so where he named me as the Godfather to his daughter (a title I hold close and dear). I'm honored to have him as my guest.
27 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
The Effects of Trauma on Men
Men, we are not made of steel, although society makes us think we should be. Of course trauma affects men and women identically on the physiological level, but the sociological factors force us into our unique boxes. Have a listen.
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