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Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse is a positive and uplifting series to help overcome the struggles that remain in our adult lives from experiences of child sexual abuse. Join Kathy Andersen, award-winning self-development author and survivor of childhood sexual abuse, as Kathy brings together inspiring guests and leading experts in areas including positive and clinical psychology, trauma recovery, and self-mastery and development to share practical approaches and new learnings to help adults br ...
 
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Learn more about Judie Saunders, Esq., and how she works with companies; conducting internal investigations that address toxic work cultures so that businesses can restore productivity, employee trust and transparency. This podcast is for informational purposes only. Nothing in this podcast is legal advice, counsel or guidance. No offer, statement …
 
Today, we’re joined by Timika Chambers. Timika is a thriving survivor – a lioness, as she describes herself. Timika was born in Memphis, Tennessee. At the age of 4 ½, Timika’s mother bought one-way bus tickets for herself and her three children – all under the age of 5 – to leave an abusive marriage. But for Timika, soon after, that journey turned …
 
The American government is a business. You and I, as taxpayers, fund that business. As taxpayers, we are active participants in the running and operation of the government's business. On this episode, listen in as I discuss how: a recent failure in local government provided new perspectives for 2022; inadequacies in the business of government are r…
 
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are not just buzz words for Bernie Headley. As a coach of girl's competitive volleyball, in Chicago, IL, Bernie is living these ideals. Bernie is changing the lives, mindsets and educational opportunities for student athletes. Bernie is a seasoned Sport Events coordinator, with over 10 years experience in the sports …
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a co-worker, family member or friend that will enjoy this episode, so go ahead, and social share. Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Want to learn more about Change Agents, Disruptors and Mindset Mavericks? Tune into the Legally Brief…
 
Have you ever been in awe of large institutions? Paid reverence to the influence of powerful companies? Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase and others? What is the story behind old massive institutions and how they obtained the opportunity to scale and grow? The off-Broadway play, "Lehman Brothers Trilogy" is a reminder that if we truly…
 
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!! My gift to you this season - this week's episode with Change Agent, former Elite Gymnast and the new face of Legal Tech, Erin Levine. "...Celebrate small wins...access to courts systems...life is not linear..." Are all are words gifted to you from Erin over the course of this episode. "Erin does not shy away from a challenge and i…
 
Today, we’re joined by the wonderful Dr. Lindsay Gibson. Dr. Gibson dramatically and importantly spotlights how the “emotional immaturity” of parents can hinder and hold us back in our adulthood, and how we can regain trust in ourselves and break free from the destructive and confusing effects of negative “programming” from childhood. In her book, …
 
Today, I’m thrilled to be joined by Dr. Pat Ogden, PhD - a pioneer in somatic psychology, and the creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method. Dr. Ogden is founder of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute and co-founder of the Hakomi Institute; she is trained in a huge range of somatic and psychotherapeutic approaches to healing and wellnes…
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a co-worker, family member or friend that will enjoy this episode, so go ahead, and social share. Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Tune into the Legally Brief Youtube channel. Visit jsaunderslawfirm.com for the free "Parent's Guide …
 
Today, I feel so deeply deeply grateful to have Dr. Richard C. Schwartz PhD with us. I was so powerfully moved by Dr. Schwartz’s work before I spoke with him, and as you’ll hear, I have been even more powerfully moved by his work—unexpectedly in this podcast! —and I hope you will find that helpful during this experience today, as well as on your on…
 
Our judicial system gave us a Thanksgiving week to remember! The acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse. Convictions for the men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery. The New York State plea deal that benefited Christopher Belter and left teenage rape survivors angered and re-traumatized. Are we thankful for our judicial system? Listen now. Drop by the Facebook page …
 
Today, I’m so thrilled to have Deb Dana (LCSW) join us. Deb is a clinician, author, speaker, and consultant specializing in using the lens of Polyvagal Theory to understand and resolve the impact of trauma and create ways of living that allow us to positively re-train and shift our nervous system responses. Deb’s work helps us master the skills to …
 
Are you convinced that small individual change rarely impacts larger disjointed systems? Are you a "David or Danielle fighting an institutional Goliath?" If so, this episode is for you. To bring about sustainable change we need a blueprint. On this and future episodes, I discuss how using my "ACTIVE" method can change systems that abuse power and v…
 
In this episode, I'm thrilled to be launching Season Two with the extraordinary, amazing, and so beautiful and generous, Jack Canfield. Jack is probably most famous as the creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series – and he lives his life to help others create all they desire in their lives! Jack is a Multiple New York Times bestselling author…
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a parent, athlete or friend that can use the information in this episode, so go ahead, and social share the link... Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Tune into the Legally Brief Youtube channel. Visit jsaunderslawfirm.com for the fre…
 
The Legally Brief Podcast Presents... "How to Make Our Institutions Work" Corporate change agents, disruptors, and survivors want institutions plagued by discrimination, harassment, sexual and political abuse to stop, listen and reform. Former New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo and his family are a political institution unto themselves. On Octobe…
 
The Legally Brief Podcast Presents... "How to Make Our Institutions Work" Corporate change agents, disruptors, and survivors want institutions plagued by discrimination, harassment, sexual and political abuse to stop, listen and reform. Are institutions unable, unwilling or indifferent to change? Institutions are not dead lifeless brick and mortar …
 
The Legally Brief Podcast Presents... "How to Make Our Institutions Work" Corporate change agents, disruptors, and survivors want institutions plagued by discrimination, harassment, sexual and political abuse to stop, listen and reform. Are institutions unable, unwilling or indifferent to change? Institutions are not dead lifeless brick and mortar …
 
Boys and men that play lacrosse must wear helmets to protect against concussions and other injuries. For girls and women lacrosse players, who face concussion and injuries, there is no helmet mandate. It is estimated that over 44% of concussions suffered by female lacrosse players could have been prevented if these players wore helmets. USA Lacross…
 
Legally Brief Presents... The Series: "How to Make Our Institutions Work" Corporate change agents, disruptors, and survivors want institutions plagued by discrimination, harassment, sexual and political abuse to stop, listen and reform. Are institutions unable, unwilling or indifferent to change? Institutions are not dead lifeless brick and mortar …
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a parent, athlete or friend that can use the information in this episode, so go ahead, and social share the link... Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Tune into the Legally Brief Youtube channel. Visit jsaunderslawfirm.com for the fre…
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a parent, athlete or friend that can use the information in this episode, so go ahead, and social share the link... Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Tune into the Legally Brief Youtube channel. Visit jsaunderslawfirm.com for the fre…
 
Over the course of the September 15, Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, gymnasts Aly Raisman, Maggie Nichols, McKayla Maroney and Simone Biles collectively asked one question: Why did the FBI, USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Center for Safe Sport fail to stop a known sexual predator? On this episode, you will find out why these systems failed and what…
 
Many forms of physical and psychological abuse take place in the presence of others. Assistant coaches are often placed in difficult positions when directors, management or head coaches mistreat athletes. On this episode, support staff and assistant coaches will understand: What are the responsibilities of assistant coaches who suspect abuse? Are a…
 
September is not only back to school season, but it is also the start of new careers for former student athletes and other professionals. On this episode we discuss ways student athletes, parents and others can begin the search for professional fulfillment at the end of athletic careers, pivots and reinvention. Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a…
 
Sharing is a Good Thing!!! You know a parent, athlete or friend that can use the information in this episode, so go ahead, and social share the link... Don't forget to download this episode. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher or your favorite platform. Tune into the Legally Brief Youtube channel. Visit jsaunderslawfirm.com for the fre…
 
Across the U.S., state legislators are implementing new laws to allow survivors of abuse additional time to file lawsuits against abusive authority figures. Unfortunately, the Pennsylvania legislature failed to pass laws extending that state's statute of limitations. In the end, survivors, in Pennsylvania, do not have adequate protection to process…
 
Child actress Jennette McCurdy played a leading role in the popular Nickelodeon show iCarly. While Jennette's character was a loud talking, rebellious, over-eating teen, in real life, Jennette lived an entirely opposite role. On this week's episode we look behind the scenes of the TV show that made adults millionaires and entertained thousands of v…
 
Hollywood and Child Performers Child actors are similar to competitive youth athletes whose talents and age can be exploited by abusive authority figures. Do you and I have a duty to ensure we do not support movies or entertainment that causes injury to the physical, mental and emotional health of child actors? Are we complacent, in abuse, when we …
 
The summer Olympics is inspiring for everyone that watches the competitions. This year's Games we are learning invaluable lessons from gymnast Simone Biles who is showing young athletes and others: How to clearly express mental and physical health boundaries; How to stay in alignment and have integrity with yourself; Trauma does not permanently dis…
 
On June 30, 2021, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned Bill Cosby's criminal conviction for the sexual assault of former basketball player Andrea Constrand. On this episode, you will learn: why the court overturned the conviction; the weaknesses in the court's decision; and why sexual abuse survivors should remain hopeful and continue to speak…
 
In this final episode for season one, we talk about our freedom to heal and some profoundly powerful practices that can help us transform our trauma into healing. That's our freedom, and it's the choice we have. You may be surprised that practices we may have dismissed or don't fully understand, can be the keys to shifting our minds and bodies into…
 
There is no greater human need than the desire to belong to community and family. So strong is the desire to belong, that parents and athletes often stay in toxic friend groups, teams and sport communities. Is the need for you and your child to belong causing you to be struck in coaching relationships that go against your intuition? Inner knowing? …
 
"Not me, not now" can be one of our most limiting thoughts as we move beyond our hardships and into our happiness. In this podcast episode, I'm doing things a little differently! I'll share a glimpse into the draft of my upcoming book, Yes You, Yes Now! In particular, we'll focus on "Seeing the "All" of You in the Mirror." As we look in the mirror,…
 
With constant messaging and media that promotes an "us vs. them" mentality even parents can get caught up and view our children's love interest as the enemy. The negative labeling of young girls as "bad, fast or out to trap a boy" harm all females and does nothing to protect boys. What was your experience as a young girl or boys growing up? Were yo…
 
Join me and Dr. Sousan Abadian, PhD, as we talk about “cracking ourselves open to allow the light to enter,” and Sousan’s upcoming book, Free Me To Love. I first met Sousan at Harvard Kennedy School 15 years ago and I was immediately captivated by her spirit, her wisdom, and her visionary work to help communities recover from trauma in order to mov…
 
Are student athletes free to rant and express their frustrations with sport on social media? Are you worried about what your children send out into the internet? On June 23, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a social media post written by high school cheerleader Brandi Levy was protected under the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Find …
 
In this episode, I'm joined by the love of my life, Laura Kozelouzek. When we met, my life began again—beyond abuse and beyond all the things that hold us back and limit us. "Unbound" defines how Laura and I love each other, how we step into each day together, how we overcome the challenges of our past, and how we adventure forward together. When L…
 
On June 21, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in the case of the NCAA et. al vs. Alston. In a two-part series, I provide insight into the Court's ruling. Should athletes and their parents rejoice after the recent ruling? Will student athletes be fairly compensated for their athletic work and revenue generating abilities? Don't forget t…
 
Join me with author, Chandra Moyer, as we talk about The Courage To Confront & Heal Broken Family Relationships & Our Wounded Self. We'll share Chandra's story and dive into three topics: 1. Finding power and peace in confronting and healing our childhood trauma, 2. The good, the bad, and the ugly of telling our mothers and family members of abuse,…
 
On June 21, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in the case of the NCAA et. al vs. Alston. In a two-part series, I provide insight into the Court's ruling. Should athletes and their parents rejoice after the recent ruling? Will student athletes be fairly compensated for their athletic work and revenue generating abilities? You can also w…
 
Is your child athlete being bullied on the field, dance studio or in the gym? Is the bully a teammate? What if the coach participates in the bullying or looks away? When an athlete is the target of bullying behaviors parents must: validate and take complaints seriously; plan a positive strategy to intervene; use the opportunity to cultivate your ch…
 
In this episode, join me and distinguished clinical psychologist, Dr. Clare Marriott PhD., as we talk about ways to build resilience and positive growth habits to help step beyond childhood trauma and into a life determined by our choices, not by our abuse. Dr. Marriott's work has focused on factors that build resilience among survivors of child se…
 
In this episode Katherine Starr discusses how elite athletes can protect their health before, during and after competition. Katherine is a two time Olympian 1984 and 1988 (Great Britain). In 1986 she won two silver medals at the Commonwealth Games. Katherine experienced success at the collegiate level in swimming for the University of Texas, partic…
 
Join me as I talk with Dr. Jennifer Freyd, PhD, to understand how betrayal from childhood trauma “show ups” in our adulthood, and ways we can overcome those effects. How Abusers Silence Victims and How That Affects Us In Adulthood. The Courage To Confront: The Good, The Bad, & "The How?" Women In The Workplace: Overcoming The “Silent and Hidden Bar…
 
National Sporting Associations, such as MLB, NFL and Olympic bodies, publish statements condemning sexual violence, physical and child abuse. Are these statements adequate? Do these organizations need to do more to address aggressive behaviors and violence toward women and children? Don't forget to download and share this episode with your family a…
 
In Part 2 of this podcast with Dr. Meg Jay PhD, we'll break more myths, and dig deeper into insights and tools to help overcome child sexual abuse: we'll start by talking about "Naming It To Tame It” - the negative impact of keeping secrets and the freedom in sharing; then, we'll talk about depression– acknowledging it, tending to it, and overcomin…
 
On March 31, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of NCAA vs. Alston. The Court is expected to issue a decision that will touch on a number of issues that affect NCAA Division I student athletes. For years, Division I football and basketball players, a majority of whom are African American, have pushed for the: NCAA to prov…
 
Join me with the extraordinary Dr. Meg Jay PhD (Dr. Jay’s TED Talk is one of the most viewed TED Talks with almost 12 million views—that’s because she is truly an inspiration and a voice of wisdom and knowledge!). In Part 1 of this podcast episode, we’ll break myths and leap into discovery and tools to help overcome child sexual abuse: New insights…
 
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