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Post traumatic stress is not a disorder. It's an injury that can be healed. Each week we tell stories of clients who are creating a new normal of their deciding, free of trauma and PTSD, and the counselors, therapists and coaches using evidence based memory re-consolidation techniques to help them do it. Life After PTSD™ is produced by Jeff McLaughlin. For production inquiries: mail@wemclaughlins.com ©2020 Life After PTSD Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeafterptsd/support
 
Real, genuine, vulnerable, and honest talk. There are no quick fixes from trauma, abuse, addiction, PSTD, or anxiety. Knowing what happened to you is only part of the process, we have to relive the feelings, emotions, and scenes we avoid. When we stop blaming, making excuses and take responsibility for our own emotions, that’s the start of moving from victim to surviving, from surviving to survivor and finally to thriving and teaching. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joeryan/support
 
The PTSD Parent podcast shares the individual stories of civilian men and women with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder who balance the realities of this disorder with raising children of their own. These stories aim to support parents with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder while providing education and inspiration to the listening public. The PTSD Parent podcast fights stereotypes and stigma, providing hope one story at a time.
 
The horrors of war, traumatic events, and the evil in this world produce fear, anxiety, and a desire to fight or flight. These God-given responses are designed to help protect us from danger or harm. Yet occasionally, when the danger subsides and the threat no longer exists, some people continue to relive the devastation. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can affect men and women who have served in the military, but it may also touch the life of anyone who has endured a shocking or frightening ...
 
What is it like living with PTSD and Multiple Sclerosis? How does trauma, mental disorders and illness affect who we are and our everyday lives as well as how we relate to the world? What can be done to start healing? I'm Juanita Street and through this podcast I not only share in my journey but I talk about the importance of mental health to raise awareness, educate, coach and hopefully break down the barriers of openly talking about mental illness. I am a certified yoga instructor and heal ...
 
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Laney Rosenzweig is the founder and developer of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) and has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 30 years. She has served on staff at the University of South Florida as an assistant visiting professor where considerable ART research has been conducted and currently maintains a private practice in …
 
Living without pain can feel more frightening than living with it. The struggle became a part of our identity, and we don't know who we are without it. We are uncomfortable feeling comfortable and run to fill that space with something familiar, welcome back self-sabotage.Put life on pause, and sit within the space. It does not need to be filled; fi…
 
In this episode we welcome Cynthia Knowles of First Orlando Counseling, a retired United States Air Force Staff Sergeant who now works as a licensed mental health counselor, to share a story from her days in the service where she and others were unfairly blamed by a pastor for the suicide of someone under their supervision. Though her own superviso…
 
In this episode we welcome Heather Funk Palacios, a pastor's wife who has battled thoughts of suicide nearly her entire life. Heather shares of some of the criticism she has received at times for needing a lifeline for mental health, as well as how she has remained on purpose in spite of some of the naysayers. Often times in churches and faith comm…
 
In this episode we welcome back Allen Kanerva to reflect on what we’ve learned in now over 100 episodes and more than a year and a half of working together in the realm of trauma. One of our learnings during this time is that the medical model uses the term PTSD for its purposes but this diagnosis is not accurate to describe what the body is actual…
 
New Zealander Caroline Barron is the author of Ripiro Beach: A Memoir Of Life After Near Death. In a previous episode (#90) we learned about her story where the birth of her second child led to an emergency hysterectomy and a very intense fear of death. We reconnect with Caroline to learn about how her own personal trauma affected both her husband …
 
Questions show notesToday I answered a couple of questions I receive often. "Where do I start" and "are we ever fully recovered."We start by getting quiet within ourselves and paying attention to what feelings arise. We do not attach to them; we pay attention to the dialog between our thoughts and emotions, and where they lead. Its the equivalent t…
 
On December 30, 2018 we launched our first episode of Life After PTSD. 100 episodes later we are still going strong telling stories of those who have worked to clear their PTSD and are living a new normal of their deciding. In this first of a two part series, we revisit 6 stories from our past and allow the audience to hear the proof that PTSD is n…
 
On December 30, 2018 we launched our first episode of Life After PTSD. 100 episodes later we are still going strong telling stories of those who have worked to clear their PTSD and are living a new normal of their deciding. In this first of a two part series, we revisit 6 stories from our past and allow the audience to hear the proof that PTSD is n…
 
There are so many different layers to this work. As we learn how to peel away layers of defensiveness, layers of protection, layers of hiding, and layers of fear. As we peel away the layers, the closer to the shame we get. The pain gets stored away inside of us, and we adapt. We don't learn how to adjust our psyche does it for us, so we never exper…
 
Christie Bruno is a mom to three children with a fourth on the way. While meeting with her midwife in a third trimester appointment the traumatic circumstances around the birth of her third child triggered previously unknown fears for the birth of her fourth. In this episode she shares how she reached out, the help she received and her new outlook …
 
In this episode we focus on an often overlooked but incredibly widespread face of trauma: spiritual abuse. While there are many facets of spiritual abuse, perhaps most notably the clergy child sex scandals that have made massive headlines over the past decades, today we welcome Wes to tell us of trauma sustained starting at an early age when he was…
 
In this episode we get the privilege of conversing with Megan Maerkl, who's firefighter husband Ed has been on previous episodes of the show. When Megan was 3 years old and sitting in a car seat of her parents car, a bad Florida storm raged and the experience of driving through the storm ruined her for decades thereafter. She recently had a session…
 
Joe Ryan dives into the family system today on It’s Not You; It’s Your Trauma, and specifically the circle you are born into--where everyone in the family shares their emotions. Sounds simple...but it’s not. In a dysfunctional family dynamic, the shame is off the charts. Most members of the family will battle with feeling shameful, but the one who …
 
In this episode Dr. Leslie Cary joins us to talk about the physiological effects of uncleared trauma, especially on children, and how, different from the animal kingdom, the unconscious mind of human beings processes learnings from traumatic and significant emotional events differently, resulting in a constant replaying of those events in a harmful…
 
In this episode Patty Montagnino joins us to share of the work she is doing in the Charlotte, NC area with the Carolina Center for Recovery, who is doing revolutionary work in integrating trauma treatment work with the substance abuse treatment work they do with their patients. They are getting excellent results, recognizing that this wholistic app…
 
It is not a child's responsibility to fill a parent's needs. When parents bring a child into this world, it is the parents' responsibility to fill the child up with its basic narcissistic needs. To give the child a foundation of self-love to build upon. The child needs to feel that the parent is there for them and not the other way around. You shou…
 
That moment in a doctor's office that everyone fears: "this might be cancer". In this episode we talk about how people process traumatic news and how the support systems that surround a person, from families to friends and co-workers, can walk with someone effectively during these times. Many times the physically ill do not get mental health treatm…
 
We have a massive amount of stigmas in this world based on wealth, status, and looks. We spend our precious energy, creating a facade, an appearance that looks impeccable to the world, a false self. A big part of recovery is overcoming stigmas and eliminating our negative dialog, accepting ourselves based on how we feel about ourselves, not on how …
 
Dr. Diego Hernandez is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, trauma expert, and Clinical Director of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) Research at the University of South Florida and past Clinical Director of the Military Trial of ART at USF. With 20 years of mental health experience and a combat trauma expert, Dr. Diego works privately and on retre…
 
The judgment that we had felt, the pressure and the demands to become what somebody else needed us to be so that they didn't feel anything uncomfortable, they didn't feel judgment any ridicule any self-doubt. Becoming what they needed us to be so that they felt adored and loved. We ended putting those same demands on ourselves, we take that narciss…
 
Ed Maerkl is a Florida firefighter, former Veteran and degreed counselor who joins us this week to talk about one of the many faces of PTSD: firefighters and first responders, and how their trauma is often bigger and more unexpected than what the public thinks. In light of a recent death of a friend on the force due to cancer caused by chemicals re…
 
We deal with many sigmas, and suicide is very close to the top of the list. There are few open discussions about it, which makes those who have the thoughts feel more alone and ashamed for having them. This episode deals with suicide, suicidal thoughts, and suicidal feelings. If you are not in a place to hear about this topic, are having suicidal t…
 
Eric Reynolds was a police officer on a smaller Florida city force who was shot in the line of duty. The initial shock of the experience led him to assume life would go on as normal but upon return to the force he began to experience the symptoms of PTSD that heightened his fight flight response and ultimately led to his reaching out for help. Unfo…
 
What is the payoff in doing all this original pain work, going into your pain, trauma, and darkness? Is there a payoff? Yeah, there is. We do this work in layers. We take what's disturbing the peace within us and start to look at that first. We slowly process the pain and fear. We learn to accept and own it by feeling it. Once processed and release…
 
Caroline Barron’s father never found his birth mother. After he dies suddenly on her twentieth birthday, Caroline develops an insidious fear of her own untimely death. When she nearly bleeds out on an operating table during childbirth, it almost seems her greatest fear is justified. Emerging from the experience a changed woman, Caroline spends the …
 
We don't have the energy or desire to pretend anymore, but who are we, if we're not acting and being in roles to cover up where we feel inadequate. We will find this out as we let go of who we need to be and start being who we were born to be. How do we accomplish this? First, we must acknowledge and identify that we are playing a role, a role that…
 
In this episode we welcome veteran Mark Van Osdel whose story of multiple traumas while serving in our Armed Forces, included facing constant mortar fire on deployment testicular cancer and nearly dying of a heart attack related to his military vaccines and the subsequent outlook on life cause by constantly facing death. Life After PTSD is produced…
 
Original pain work is the most challenging work you're ever going to do. You can read as many books as you want. You can listen to as many audiobooks, you can listen to as many podcasts, over and over on an endless loop, it is comforting, it does feel good when you hear somebody that speaks words that you needed to hear, you feel understood, somebo…
 
In this episode Jeff & Kari dialogue about how many therapists publicly expressed feeling overwhelmed, ill-equipped to help with and unprepared for the emotional fallout stemming from the height of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Kari offers insight as to why that might be and how so many therapists are not trained in trauma in their Master's …
 
Anger can set boundaries and set limits. Anger is your protection. Emotions are energy in motion, and anger has powerful energy behind it. When you fear other people's anger and you fear experiencing your anger, you have no self-protection. Not only do we not have our protection, but we also take that unexpressed anger, all that hate, and all that …
 
In this episode Jeff & Kari welcome Jess, who enrolled in the Armed Services at 17 years old in order to have a future that paid for the college her family couldn't afford. By 18 she had experienced two instances of military sexual trauma (MST) and later in life her husband left her after 14 years of marriage. Hear her story of recover and learn wh…
 
We Stay stuck by numbing out. We have found ways to live our life where we avoid any resistance or bad feelings. We are stuck in limbo complaining about others. All that energy and time wasted could be better well spent owing up to who you are and how you feel about yourself. It's time to own up to the things we don't like about ourselves. Its extr…
 
In this episode Jeff & Kari welcome Stacie Rathel, who's husband Michael was comatose and on a ventilator as a result of COVID-19. As their family reeled, Stacie read a chance Facebook post that led her to the solution that may have ultimately saved her husband's life: plasma. Michael is now home recovering and the family is creating their new norm…
 
Feel like you are losing your freedom, losing yourself, or losing your identity in a relationship? Its time to set some personal boundaries, take responsibility for your own needs, and not taking on the emotional responsibilities of others. Too often, we expect others to be responsible for our feelings, our happiness, and our sadness. It's no one's…
 
In this episode we welcome Brenton Wright, father of Calvin Desir, the second of two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students lost to suicide in the aftermath of the Valentine's Day 2018 shooting. Less than a week earlier the Coral Springs, Florida-Parkland, Florida community lost Sydney Aiello, a fellow survivor of the shooting. While Life Af…
 
As children, our survival our life depended on our source figures, the people who raised us. We instinctively knew that we are helpless without them, and without them, we would die. We learn quickly the difference between things we do that anger and upset our source figures and the things that please them. The personality traits and behaviors that …
 
In this episode special guest Ashley shares of how after birthing her son she grew to resent her breasts when they failed to continue to produce milk for her son. This ultimately created a triggering response for her when her husband would initiate intimacy, specifically that part of her body. Trauma affects countless numbers of marriages and often…
 
We don't feel safe out in the world because we don't feel safe within ourselves. We isolate out of fear and shame. What the world is experiencing now is something that we've experienced our entire lives... Self Isolation This quarantine feels very familiar, safe, and comfortable on so many levels for people with panic, anxiety, and trauma. The enem…
 
In this episode we welcome Matt & Sharyn Brisson, two nurses in Colorado who share their experiences working in hospitals as medical professionals in the midst of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Many doctors and nurses are experiencing trauma from the events of these times as they put their own safety on the line for the care of their patients…
 
In this episode we welcome back Kim Krawczyk, math teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Coral Springs, FL. With the Broward County School Board having announced that classes will be held online for the remainder of the year, teachers like Kim had to shuffle to transition to an entirely different style of teaching. Even more significan…
 
It's a little past midnight, and I'm sitting here alone, looking out the window to the vast emptiness that is out there. This quarantine has not discomforted me in the way of anxiety and fear. I'm not sure why a complete calmness came over me. Perhaps its because there is only one thing I can do, keep distance, the rest his out of my control. Or ma…
 
In this episode we welcome Chris Kavenagh of Five Stones Counseling and client Samantha, who was in a long term abusive relationship with a boyfriend who not only sexually assaulted her, forcing her to have an abortion, but imposed curfews and systems of permission concerning what Samantha could or couldn't do as a human being. Domestic violence is…
 
Throughout our lifetime, we acquire many many things. We store these things in drawers, closets, storage bins, or wherever. In our minds, we keep saying, one day, I'm going to go through that drawer, that box, or that closet. We never really do. We're living in a very fast-paced world, where if you don't get something back to somebody via text mess…
 
In this episode Jeff & Kari welcome Will Stein of the Philip Stein Watches and Wearables company, who recently completed a study at Jacksonville University and published in the Sleep Science Journal, validating the company's Natural Frequency Technology that powers it's watches and wearables line. Will and Kari engage the two worlds of sleep and tr…
 
When you change who you are within a family system, and you no longer play the role you were born into, you're taking a mirror and holding it up to everybody in that system. Holding up this mirror forces them to see themselves outside of their role, outside of their false self. It reflects a more realistic view of themselves. This view is challengi…
 
In this episode Jeff & Kari welcome back special guest Scott Brook, Mayor of Coral Springs, Florida. In these uncertain times of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), emotional health is perhaps more relevant than ever, with a panic stricken world suffering for relief. As powerful and wonderful as reconnection can be, some among us need more care and the may…
 
In this episode Kari joins Jeff & Shannon McLaughlin to welcome special guest Ryan December. Ryan is a Wall Street Journal reporter based in New York and writes about financial markets, investing in energy, infrastructure and real estate and other Wall Street topics. His upcoming book "Underwater" will be released on July 14, 2020 on Amazon (https:…
 
There is a massive disconnect in the world today, where we seem to be least connected is the connection we have with self. We spend so much time looking for outward validation, and we never really take the time to learn how to validate ourselves. Everything in this life is a reflection. People can reflect on us whatever they see, be it positive or …
 
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