Formerly Navigating No Contact with Toxic Parents. Healing the Parent Wound is about reparenting yourself. Learning who you are without all your trauma responses. When we heal our parent wound we give our wounded parts what they needed. This is the most loving thing you can do! Welcome to my revamped Podcast!.
How Growing Up in an Asian Household Can Cause a Worthiness Wound
35:50My guest today is Shana Ng. Shana has a Podcast called Worthy Asian. Please check it out where ever you listen to Podcasts. She can be found on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/worthyasianpodcast/ Shana shares her experiences growing up in an Asian home and specifically how that impacted her and how she is finding her worth!
The Impact of Dissociation on Trauma Survivors
37:46Today my guest is Cristina Mardirossian, the Founder and Director of Pasadena Trauma Therapy, Inc. Cristina is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as a Certified EMDR therapist in Pasadena, CA. She works predominately with adult trauma survivors/Complex PTSD (sexual abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, physical abuse, dissociation, incest, cult survivors, etc). Her main approach in working with trauma truly lies in doing Parts Work using the Internal Family Systems (IFS) lens, however, she also uses the following modalities in her practice: Brainspotting, somatic therapies ( such as Trauma Resiliency Module, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy), and The Havening Techniques. Cristina also offers consultation to therapists and to clients for PTSD/Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders/OSDD/DID. She can be found at www.pasadenatraumatherapy.com Instagram: pasadena_trauma_therapy
What is Gaslighting and Why We Self Gaslight When it Comes to Trauma with Guest Ingrid Clayton, PhD
45:09My guest today is Ingrid Clayton, Phd. A clinical psychologist working with trauma survivors and a survivor herself. Today we are having a candid discussion about gaslighting and self gaslighting and why we do it and what it really is. Ingrid can be found at www.ingridclayton.com and Instagram @ingridclaytonphd
When Family Silences Sexual Abuse
42:25Today my guest in Miranda Pacchiana of The Second Wound. She also has a podcast called Truth and Consequences. The second wound is when survivors tell family members of the abuse that takes place within the family and they are not believed or they might be believed and told to get over it or move on or even worse scapegoated and ostracized from family. Miranda shares some of her own story of this. Let me know what you got out of this in the comments! Miranda can be found at: www.secondwound.com IG: @thesecondwound I can be found at: Tracy Principi www.tracyprincipi.com @tracyprincipi FB Group: Navigating No Contact with Toxic Parents
Making Sense of Narcissistic Abuse
47:12My guest today is Caroline Strawson, she is a narcissistic abuse survivor, therapist and coach. She is trained in IFS, Brainspotting and first year Somatic Experiencing! She's going to share some of her story as well as how narcissism usually starts in a childhood home. We gravitate to the familiar rather than the unknown and how to recognize and break that cycle. Caroline can be found on IG @carolinestrawson Her website is www.carolinestrawson.com