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In this week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast Episode, I add to our catalog of "Grab the Mic" themed podcasts and talk about going beyond "Remember Who You Are."

The significance of the "Remember Who You Are" phrase is more than a statement - it's a reminder for moments when we question, struggle, and are being challenged by outside events as well as our inner voice...that inner critic.

I realized there's two additional elements to "Remember Who You Are," that adds depth to understanding who we are while bridging awareness and self-confidence (HINT: those are not the two added elements but are outcomes)! 

Listen to this PTSD and Beyond Grab The Mic Episode, drop a note/comment - what did you think..and As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

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"I'm going to release a fear...and the fear is about narcissism," T. Wilton Dale

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome back AGAIN retired psychologist and author, T. Wilton Dale! Wilton's career spanned more than 40 years working on the front lines helping individuals and families with PTSD and trauma from childhood sexual abuse. 

In our conversation we cover:

~ How from stories we can share our story

~ Exploring the shadow side

~ How stories create a space to communicate what we cannot (yet) say

~ Another way to begin healing is through connecting with characters in stories

and MORE!

As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with T. Wilton Dale, visit:

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

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We're trying a new format called, Grabbing the Mic, where when a thought comes to mind, we grab the mic and start recording. Taking organic podcasting to another level, in this episode, Dr. Deb shares a bit more of her story and journey with Reflections on Mother's Day. She also covers lived-experiences moving from understanding the differences between a mother and mom, realizations from our PTSD and Beyond Community with their lived-experiences, and how as parents we can parent our inner child while celebrating the mom in each of us.

As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

"Stories create emotions within us," T. Wilton Dale

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome back retired psychologist and author, T. Wilton Dale! Wilton's career spanned more than 40 years working on the front lines helping individuals and families with PTSD and trauma from childhood sexual abuse. "It is through stories that we connect. If we're increasing practice with technology, then we need to increase the human relationship too," shares Wilton.

In our conversation we cover:

~ A reflection of personal freedom

~ What does the future of psychotherapy look like and who's practicing (it might not be what you think!)

~ What things in the present give ideas for the future

~ What could be the replacement of psychotherapy in the future (no, it's NOT neuroscience)

and MORE!

As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with T. Wilton Dale, visit:

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

"Observing the field and looking at changes...how did we get it so wrong back then?     How do we get it wrong now? Our capacity to get things wrong in this profession is a scary thought," T. Wilton Dale

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome retired psychologist and author, T. Wilton Dale. Wilton's career spanned more than 40 years working on the front lines helping individuals and families with PTSD and trauma from childhood sexual abuse. "Over 40 years, the practice has become technical, designed in technology and protocols, and I can't help but wonder what the next 40 will look like," shares Wilton.

In our conversation we cover:

~ A reflection of the past 40 years in psychotherapy

~ What are emerging trends

~ How does Avatar, VR, and Artificial Intelligence play a future role

~ What is the connection between Star Trek and the future of psychotherapy

and MORE!

As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with T. Wilton Dale, visit:

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

"Who wants to be left out? Our heart's desires are clues to your belonging,"     Stephanie Raffelock

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome former iHeart Radio host and author of Creatrix Rising, Stephanie Raffelock where we talk positive aging! "As a woman, there's many different generations and women all around the world are demonstrating courage and purpose as they step in the light of their truth," shares Stephanie.

In our conversation we cover:

~ What is a Creatrix

~ What is the movement for inclusivity

~ How do belief and belonging connect?

~ What is slow creep consciousness?

and MORE!

As always....Listen. Be present. Connect. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Stephanie Raffelock., visit:

 

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

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Is talking about stress awareness stressful? Why is there a designated month to bring awareness to stress? Has the COVID Pandemic increased stress awareness? What's changed about stress awareness over the past 2+ years?

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome back Ph.D. Candidate and Impostor Phenomenon Coach, Victor Mosconi. We talk about the sharings from the #PTSDandBeyond Global Chat Community conversation and explore questions of understanding why it's stressful to talk about stress, how are organizations and leaders addressing employee stress as well as workplace stress (YES, there's a difference), and MORE!

Listen. Be present. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Victor Mosconi, M.A., visit:

Website:  VictorMos.com

Twitter: @ImpostorDoctor

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

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This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, we welcome back Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Harry Stark where we talk about Trauma Denial. The topic of Trauma Denial can hinder recovery and healing as well as a person's relationships, career, and overall quality of life. Why would someone stay in denial, what happens the longer trauma is denied, what are tipping points that move a person from denial to acceptance to getting help?

We cover these questions in this episode and MORE!

Listen. Be present. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Dr. Harry Stark, visit:

Web: DrHarryStark.com

Twitter: @DrStarkPhD

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

This week's PTSD and Beyond Podcast, I sit with Ph.D. Candidate and Impostor Phenomenon Coach, Victor Mosconi, where we talk about trust and go beyond the ordinary and explore the deeper layers of trust. We share stories of how a once broken trust can bring back relationships stronger and also touch on the importance of trust and how it makes us feel.

Listen. Be present. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Victor Mosconi, M.A., visit:

Website:  VictorMos.com

Twitter: @ImpostorDoctor

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET), and PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

 

April 1, 2022

EP 135: Attachment

Attachment Theory was founded in the 1950's and yet today people struggle with attachment; unhealthy attachment while striving for healthy attachment. Over 70 years later, what have we learned about the reasons for unhealthy attachment, ways to recognize attachment patterns, and how to develop healthy attachment?

In today's PTSD and Beyond Podcast episode, Dr. Deb talks about:

  • The one key question to ask yourself
  • Examples of the 4 attachment styles
  • Why self-advocacy is an important driver to healing
  • How awareness of patterns breaks cycles and build healthy attachment
  • A practical exercise for couples, friends, and teams.

And MORE!

Listen. Be present. And Go Beyond!

xoxo,

Dr. Deb

To connect with Dr. Deb Lindh about her consulting, coaching and speaking, visit:

Website - Dr. Deb Lindh

Email: DrDeb@DrDebLindh.com

Twitter - @DebraLindh

Twitter- @PTSDandBeyond

LinkedIn - Dr. Deb Lindh

More on PTSD and Beyond:

For further information about the PTSD and Beyond Podcast, global #PTSDandBeyond Twitter Chat (every MON @ 8 p.m. ET),  PTSDandBeyond.org, connect at: Hello@PTSDandBeyond.org

Support PTSD and Beyond - Buy us a Ko-fi cuppa or support on Patreon!

 

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