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Guy Macpherson

Guy Macpherson has a doctorate in clinical psychology and focus on the study of trauma and early psychosis. His passion is raising the awareness of trauma and helping trauma therapists thrive, and hosts The Trauma Therapist Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring Guy Macpherson
Episode 378: Experience, Strength & Hope. Adena Bank Lees
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The Trauma Therapist
Today, I'm very excited to have back on the podcast, Adena Bank Lees.Adena is an internationally recognized authority on trauma related to childhood sexual abuse, in particular Covert Emotional Incest (CEI) and her mission is to bring CEI out of the shadows and shine light on the process of identifying and healing from it.In her book, Covert Emotional Incest: The Hidden Sexual Abuse, Adena details the complex nature of CEI, its damaging consequences, and the path to restoration of health and well-being.A giant thank-you to my sponsor for this episode, Brighter Vision Web Solutions.What’s the point of having a beautiful website if it doesn’t attract the clients you want to see?Brighter Vision’s team of website designers will create a website for you that is centered around attracting and retaining your ideal client, so that you can have a nice looking website as well as a successful one.Go to: Brighter Vision Web Solutions for one month free!In This EpisodeAdena's websiteAdena on episode #223 The Trauma Therapist | PodcastCovert Emotional Incest: The Hidden Sexual Abuse: A Story of Hope and Healing, Adena Bank Lees LCSWAdena’s ConsultingPsychodramaRichard SchwartzHealing World Trauma with the Therapeutic Spiral Model: Psychodramatic Stories from the Frontlines, Kate Hudgins, Francesca Toscani
Episode 377: Authenticity & Trauma Therapist 2.0. Guy Macpherson, PhD.
Episode of
The Trauma Therapist
I’m continually amazed at the incredible people I interview on this podcast. The people who dedicate their lives to helping those people who’ve been impacted by trauma are nothing short of incredible and inspiring.In this episode, I share one of the main themes that quickly showed up on this podcast when I first started it, and now, comes up almost every week--the importance (and the often overlooked quality) of authenticity.First though, a huge thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this thing going!CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in a safe atmosphere for survivors of complex trauma, equipping them with skills and information they can use every single day in their healing journey.Receive 50% off the first month when you join at: https://cptsdfoundation.org/traumatherapistpodcast/Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute (SETI) Trauma may be a fact of life, but it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Somatic Experiencing is a psychobiological method of addressing clients’ physical and emotional trauma conditions and helps to give voice to their experiences without a need for them to retell the story. For more information please visit: https://traumahealing.org/kserAuthenticity is also that element I’m continually trying to infuse into my membership community, Trauma Therapist | 2.0. Today, I talk a bit about what makes up this community and how I invite my guests to talk about the ways in which they bring their presence and authenticity to the work they do, and why that is so crucial and important for this work.Guy Macpherson, PhD, is a husband, a father of two, and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has spent the last several years studying the impact and treatment of trauma, and early psychosis.In 2014, Guy founded The Trauma Therapist Project with the goals of raising the awareness of trauma and creating an educational and supportive community for new trauma workers.The Trauma Therapist Project has now grown to include The Trauma Therapist | Podcast, now being listened to in more than 160 countries around the world, as well as Trauma Therapist | 2.0, an online membership community specifically dedicated to educating and inspiring trauma workers just starting out on their trauma-informed journey.Guy’s focus currently is on creating a vibrant, global community to support, educate and inspire new trauma workers, as well as to upend the present way that trauma is taught at the graduate level.
Episode 376: Global Trauma. How To Change A Culture. Edward Tick, Ph.D.
Episode of
The Trauma Therapist
I'm honored to have Edward Tick​ back on the podcast. Ed is an internationally recognized transformational healer, psychotherapist, writer and educator. He has worked internationally on the psychospiritual and cross-cultural healing of military and war trauma and on holistic and psycho-spiritual healing. A giant thank-you to my sponsor for this episode, Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute (SETI)​Trauma may be a fact of life, but it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Somatic Experiencing is a psychobiological method of addressing clients’ physical and emotional trauma conditions and helps to give voice to their experiences without a need for them to retell the story. For more information please visit: https://traumahealing.org/kser He was the co-founder and Executive Director of Soldier’s Heart, which after 13 years, has just closed its door.He was the U.S. Army’s 2012 trainer in the holistic healing of PTSD, training over 2,500 chaplains and officers, and is the author of six books including the groundbreaking War and the Soul, as well as, Warrior’s Return: Restoring the Soul After War.
Episode 375: Tattoos & Trauma Survivors. Everett Painter, PhD
Episode of
The Trauma Therapist
Today on the podcast​, ​Everett Painter, PhD and the role of tattoos and trauma survivors. Everett's research agenda includes a focus on trauma and professional identity development, and currently, his research involves investigating the role tattoos play for survivors of trauma.​Clinically, he values an integrative approach informed by humanistic, Adlerian, Jungian, constructivist, and ecological perspectives. ​A huge thank-you to my sponsors who help me keep this thing going!CPTSD Foundation.orgCPTSD Foundation.org provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in a safe atmosphere for survivors of complex trauma, equipping them with skills and information they can use every single day in their healing journey.Receive 50% off the first month when you join at: http://bit.ly/2MEbBqcBrighter Vision Web Solutions What’s the point of having a beautiful website if it doesn’t attract the clients you want to see?Brighter Vision’s team of website designers will create you a website that is centered around attracting and retaining your ideal client, so that you can have a nice looking website as well as a successful one.Brighter Vision is offering $100 off a new website as a part of their 4th of July sale. Go to: brightervision.com/guy ​Everett is currently a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Counseling at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He holds a B.S. in Psychology, an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development from Radford University and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from the University of Tennessee.
Episode 374: The Shadow & The Light. Bryanna Dee
Episode of
The Trauma Therapist
There are some people who are on a mission of healing, and you can hear it when they talk. And I love speaking with those individuals.Bryanna Dee is one of those people.Bryanna is a transformational coach, speaker, and podcast host who is committed to personal activism—campaigning for transformation of society through the transformation of individuals—in both personal and professional settings.A giant thank-you to this episode’s sponsor, CPTSD Foundation​.CPTSD Foundation provides live, daily, peer-led, interactive group calls, in a safe atmosphere for survivors of complex trauma, equipping them with skills and information they can use every single day in their healing journey.Receive 50% off the first month when you join at: http://bit.ly/2MEbBqcFor years Bryanna was living what felt like a double life.By day, she was chasing her passion of mental health advocacy through the pursuit of a law degree, while working in nonprofit organizations, mental institutions, prisons, and court rooms; places where shadow and hardship were highlighted and often inflated.By night, Bryanna was obsessively seeking to expand her own personal healing through studying spiritual teachings and new age personal development; places where shadow and hardship were diminished and deemed as negative (sometimes outright, sometimes by implication).Bryanna realized that there was a huge gap between the mental health industry and the wellness industry and became frustrated with the limitations of each.
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368
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
1 week, 1 day