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Rachael Madori in the Trauma Sauna: where we sit with our suffering to walk it off. Life is too fucked up to sweat it. To further Rachael’s dialogue of personal, spiritual, & intellectual change - this podcast will focus on getting more intimate with the ugly truths of life. All while keeping it light with Rachael’s love of dark humor. Focusing on what trauma is and what it’s like to be a survivor of addiction, homelessness, mental illness, rape, abuse and more. We’ll talk about how to lean ...
 
https://trustmywork.com/profile/Patricia%20Adams%20Live Shows YouTube Playlist at http://www.youtube.com/user/PatriciaAdamsLive Discussing LIFE's DIFFICULT Topics! Violence knows no boundaries with regard to age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, economic situation, or geography. Trauma can result from experiencing or witnessing childhood physical or sexual abuse and neglect, rape, domestic violence per NCTIC. The Patricia Adams Live broadcast discusses life's difficult topics wit ...
 
Have you ever wondered how, after tragedy hits, some people are able to move forward and thrive? In each episode of Tough Love, I'll interview a guest who has been through a traumatic experience such as medical infertility, divorce, abuse, the loss of a spouse, addiction, anorexia, a cancer diagnosis, a prison sentence. I will listen to their story and ask questions. I'll concentrate on the strategies and the daily habits they implemented that helped them rebuild their life and move beyond t ...
 
Engaging and captivating conversations with extraordinary people from all over the world. People that couldn’t be more diverse from each other – but have in common that they make an incredible impact on this world, in their own unique way. Whether it’s people that shape the future of our planet through science, thinking, and taking action; whether it’s people that inspire others by overcoming their very own hurdles, traumas and demons; or whether it’s people that inspire others to do good fo ...
 
On the Five-0 Podcast, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker interview authors, activists, academics, practitioners, and individuals impacted by the U.S. criminal justice system - all with a focus on the problems we face and how we can change things for the better. Randy is the founder and current Executive Director of the Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform. He’s a former police officer, Crash Reconstruction Investigator, and Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator. He has ...
 
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Jamie interviews Kelly, an educational episode about all aspects of living with endometriosis. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Kelly Valentine Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@jamieryder04 www.JamieRyder.com.au Rob: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/tisfortiny_ Youtu…
 
Jamie interviews Kelly, a care worker who's disrupting the therapy space. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Kelly Valentine Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@jamieryder04 www.JamieRyder.com.au Rob: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/tisfortiny_ Youtube | https://www.yout…
 
When looking at states and their progress, Montana stands out. Today we're showcasing Montana's efforts in reducing the sexual assault evidence kit backlog and their development as one of the leaders in sexual assault investigation training. Check out their progress at https://dojmt.gov/enforcement/specialservices/saki/ If your state or jurisdictio…
 
Kellie explains that mindset is THE biggest cause for weight loss. She also shares how TikTok became a tool that's helping others. In Summary, Kellie lists 3 steps. 1. Define your why. Dig deep and put work in to finding out WHY you want to loose weight. Ask yourself why until you arrive at no answer, this is a great first exercise. 2. After that ,…
 
Fifteen years ago Stephen was drugged and raped by a stranger. Six months later he was diagnosed with HIV. It took him two years to start wanting to live again but today Stephen is a YouTuber and actor with a successful one-man off-Broadway show on his resume, called Shadowed Dreamer. In this interview Stephen and I discuss where to find the streng…
 
Charissa Cooke talks with Jamie about growing up in a submissive environment as a female which resulted in self blame, shame and self harm. Charissa describes what it's like to have no hope, live through cycles of abuse and also how she has moved forward and started empowering others to do the same. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob …
 
In this episode we'll explore RAINN, the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. We interviewed Heather Drevna, VP of Communications, about RAINN's years in progress, how the focus has broadened over time, and challenges of the pandemic. And we spoke to Erin Earp, Legislative Policy Council with RAINN, who told us about SAKI. SAKI stand…
 
In EP 4 Rachael discusses the short hiatus due to a family loss and touches on what death means to her through the eyes of someone who has survived suicide. Is there hope afterwards? How would you feel if you died tomorrow? Rachael thinks she knows the point of it all but doesn't at the same time. Death scares us. But why?…
 
Skylar was suicidal from age 9 until 19. Jamie and her talk about what made her suicidal, her thoughts as she changed over formative years and how she beat "the game" of suicide. Thank you for sharing so openly Skylar. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Skylar Stierwalt | https://skylarstierwalt.com/ Jamie: Insta | https:/…
 
I learn how to hold a conversation for someone who's been sexually assaulted: 1) Listen without talking 2) Validate 3) Don't Judge Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@jamieryder04 www.JamieRyder.com.au Rob: Insta | https://www.instag…
 
After giving birth to my second baby in October 2020 I expected to experience post-baby blues. What I didn't expect was to slide dangerously close to post-natal depression. In this episode Jemima Forrester of episode 2 fame interviews me, Federica Leonardis, aka your host, about a frightening brush with post-natal depression. I'm aware that compare…
 
Being two Males, Jamie and me find ourselves reflecting on "how guys think" and how that permeates into what is known as 'Rape Culture'. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ …
 
Margaret was a speaker at the 2021 CAC Symposium. https://www.margarethoelzer.com/ She graciously accepted the request of Patricia Adams Live to share her story with our listening audience. On this platform we will do a "A Year in Review on Adults Abused as Children" and as Adults!Bởi Patricia E Adams Live
 
Megan's third child died suddenly and unexpectedly when she was only fifteen months old. How can a parent recover from that? In this episode Megan and I talk about grief in its purest form, the importance of putting yourself back together even when you don't want to, and why self-care is actually a survival tool. Megan Hillukka is a grief coach and…
 
Pragmatic things to do after being sexually assaulted. I ask Jamie the about the first steps to getting help. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.…
 
In this episode author Rosie Price shares her story of the violent sexual assault she suffered when she was a teenager, at the hand of someone she knew. We talk about coping mechanisms, how it affected her identity and sense of self, and how the culture surrounding the notion of rape has changed in the last ten years. Rosie Price is a yoga teacher,…
 
Consent. Does it have grey lines or should it be clearly defined with simple, direct questions? Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@jamieryde…
 
In this episode Rachael and her little sibling Becca discuss their generationally different self-harm and bullying journeys. Also, in the spirit of Bicycle Day, Rachael shares her story of her first psychotic episode and how LSD changed her mental health trajectory. *National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255*…
 
While in China on tour with the musical Evita, Danielle was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. After a test revealed she also had the BRCA2 gene, she decided to undergo a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery, in addition to chemotherapy. In this episode we discuss her cancer diagnosis during the pandemic, a balcony concert …
 
Jamie and me discuss the definition of sexual assault and the types of sexual assault out there. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@jamieryd…
 
TRIGGER WARNING This episode involves a frank discussion regarding rape and other forms of sexual assault. On this episode, Meaghan Ybos talks about her experience interacting with police as a rape victim. She talks about current problems with the system and what can be done to make substantive improvements. Meaghan is the co-founder and Executive …
 
Another TikTok influencer who is "bat shit crazy". Kim shares stories from the time she left her sexual narcissistic relationship, her life as a fitness instructor in Bondi ad the unusual humour she learnt from her dad. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Kim Alexander Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with …
 
About: www.theproperperson.com Welcome to The Proper Person. A self-help legal channel on YouTube. 6154400626 As a college student and father, I couldn't afford an attorney and had to learn how to navigate the court system. I was initially awarded primary physical and sole legal custody of my son. Throughout the process, I won four appeals to the S…
 
Jamie and Emily talk about what she did to leave her abusive partner, what motivated her to do so and how the 30 day challenge Jamie and his supporters was a helpful stepping stone for Emily and others to grow and make important changes in the lives. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Emily Drysdale Pay it forward by buyin…
 
Liz shares her journey after leaving her husband and experiencing depression for the first time using this tough time in her life to start a business helping folks to create their own online business. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Liz O'Brien Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who…
 
In Episode 1 Rachael chats with Tom Foley a.k.a. Folex about all things drugs, from the crack epidemic to recovery. Rachael shares intimate details about when she started using, how it progressed, falling on and off recovery, calls out her rapist by name (because fuck you) and ultimately is celebrating 1 Year Clean for this episode! Yay!…
 
Exercise is not physical health. Jamie and me explore why physical health is really all about your mind health. This is out last episode for this season. Short and sweet. Next week in season 03 I find out about sexual assault. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Ja…
 
On this episode, Heather Taylor talks about navigating a career in policing as a woman of color. She discusses her youth in St. Louis, becoming an officer, the challenges the career presented, and what comes next in her life. Heather Taylor retired in October of 2020 from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. She was the president of the Et…
 
Introducing Jamie's Mentor, Tim Moon. They talk about Jamie's confidence coming across as arrogance, where Jamie's life lessons come from, and how all of us can better ourselves by having someone to bounce off. Tim also shares the projects he's working on. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Tim Moon Pay it forward by buyin…
 
Jamie talks with an awesome teenager about self harm, death and what parenting should look like. Hosted by Jamie Ryder Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Hannah Leather Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.instagram.com/jamieryder04/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com…
 
Jamie and me introduce a new episode format for the podcast where Jamie records his conversations with the people he helps and collaborates with. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Guest: Nikki Tsioutsis Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker discuss the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th 2021. They talk about why it happened, what it says about the state of U.S. policing, and how to move the institution forward in a post-Trump environment. On the Five-0 Podcast, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker intervi…
 
What should physical health look like? How can small but consistent daily tasks be used to change our physical health and what are the benefits of daily activity? Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: Insta | https://www.in…
 
On this episode journalist Susan Goldsmith talks about her journalism career, how she came to focus on stories regarding child abuse, the role of science in the criminal justice system, and her film The Syndrome. Film Description: Audrey Edmunds, mother of three, spent 11 years in prison for killing a baby she never harmed. And she is not alone. Wh…
 
For the first eighteen years of her life, Lilia Tarawa lived in Gloriavale, a Christian religious cult founded in New Zealand by her grandfather. In this episode we discuss what happened after she left Gloriavale, along with her parents and siblings. How do you rebuild your life after having no life? How do you learn to make decisions for yourself …
 
We share fan feedback on the podcast today and explore what our next topic could be for Season 02. Jamie also talk about his out of fashion pants and how he never listens to podcasts. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and produced by Rob Cot. Pay it forward by buying a 'Fuck Therapy' session with Jamie for someone who might need it. Jamie: I…
 
On this episode Alex Salazar discusses his experiences as an officer at the Rampart Division of LAPD. He talks about a violent assault he suffered; the post-traumatic stress it lead to, how it impacted his work, and the long term implications. We also discuss the blue wall of silence and how it can be overcome. Alex Salazar is a police reform exper…
 
Nina Renata Aron is the author of the excellent memoir, Good Morning, Destroyer of Men's Souls, centred around a long and painful co-dependent relationship with an addict. The book ends not long after Nina finally finds the strength to walk away, and I wanted to talk to Nina about the aftermath but also about co-dependent relationships in general, …
 
Jamie and me talk about simple steps as well as the path folks can explore when moving on from a Narcissistic relationship. Jamie also then shares the story of one of his clients who has gone though what we talk about. This is the last episode for season 1 and our last discussion on Narcissism for now. Hosted by Jamie Ryder and Rob Cot Edited and p…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker talk with John Feal about his work ensuring 9/11 workers from Ground Zero receive the care and support they deserve. We discuss his foundation, The Feal Good Foundation, and the path that led him to his work. He tells us about his experiences as a worker at Ground Zero, the injury he sust…
 
When she was a teenager, Rose got pregnant. Her mother talked her out of getting an abortion so she decided to carry the pregnancy to term. However, her baby didn't survive and died four days after an extremely traumatic birth. Today, Rose has a successful career, a devoted daughter and just got married to a wonderful man but she's always regretted…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker interview Professor Jody Armour regarding his book N*gga Theory. We talk about the history of policing, how race shapes the way people are treated by the criminal justice system, and why limiting the number of police-citizen contacts in the best way to reduce police violence. Jody David A…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker discuss the lack of national training standards for police officers. They also talk about Covid-19, PTSD, suicide, and other risks police face that are not adequately addressed by law enforcement training regimes. Thanks for joining us. Support the show (https://www.trainingreform.org/don…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker discuss the movement to defund the police, how we can engage in harm reduction during the transition, and the role of fear in police training. Thanks for joining us. Support the show (https://www.trainingreform.org/donate)Bởi Randy Shrewsberry & Thomas Baker
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker discuss the history of modern policing, the role corporate interests’ play in law enforcement, and the lack of training standards for police officers in the United States. They also talk about the origins of the Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform and how we can improve the cri…
 
On this episode, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker introduce themselves and the podcast. They talk about their personal backgrounds, their individual paths into the policing profession, their personal experiences on the job, and how they came to leave law enforcement. They also discuss the relationship between the military and law enforce…
 
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