Life After PTSD show

Life After PTSD

Summary: Post traumatic stress is not a disorder, it's an injury that can be healed. Come skeptical and hear weekly episodes telling the stories of counselors and clients who are creating a new normal of their choosing, now free of trauma. Support the movement: patreon.com/lifeafterptsd/ Life After PTSD is in no way affiliated or endorsed by the Research & Recognition Project or 22Zero. ©2019 Life After PTSD Therapy, Counseling, Healing, Wholeness, Mental Health, LMHC, neuro linguistic programming, NLP, RTM, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Veteran, Military, Combat, deployment, trauma, abuse

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 Episode 22 A Douglas High School Math Teacher On The State Of Parkland Students (ft. Kim Krawczyk) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2243

On February 14, 2018 a gunman walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL and opened fire, killing 14 students and 3 faculty in an every town USA city that never would have expected this to happen.  Kimberly Krawczyk is a math teacher at the school who is speaking up for her students who have lived over a year having to be #MSDStrong.  In this episode Kimberly shares what treatment options were provided for students, as well as the perspective of a teacher who went back to school two weeks after the aftermath of tragedy.  Read Kimberly's original article at: https://www.the74million.org/article/a-parkland-teacher-speaks-out-after-the-shooting-the-district-did-not-help-us-deal-with-the-trauma-with-2-new-suicides-were-still-suffering-the-consequences/. 

 Episode 21 A Service Dog Saved His Life But RTM Gave Back His Life (ft. Morgan & Foley) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1363

In this episode Morgan, of Southeastern Guide Dogs, shares his story of working with detection dogs as a members of the Air Force Bomb Detection Squad and how after suffering from PTSD, a dog saved his life.  Morgan was treated with RTM for his traumas and while the dog may have saved his life, RTM is giving him his life back.  

 Episode 20 Childhood Sexual Abuse Finally Processed And Healed (ft. Matt & Mandi Seitz) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1817

In this episode Kari and Jeff meet with Matt and Mandi, a young married couple who after 5 years of marriage finally broke through to a new level of intimacy after Mandi had her childhood sexual trauma processed and healed through memory re-consolidation.  Sexual abuse is another one of the many faces of PTSD and another reason we are excited to see therapists trained in the RTM (Re-consolidation of Traumatic Memories) protocol.

 Episode 19 Experienced Trauma Clinician Recharged By New Mexico RTM Training (ft. Michael Castrilli) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2017

In this episode, Michael Castrilli shares of the unbelievable success rate he is having with his clients and Dan and Jeff get to ask him his opinion on who the many faces of PTSD are and what percentage of the population they represent.  Michael is a licensed mental health therapist in Central Florida who, through 22 Zero, trained in the Re-consolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM) protocol, in Albuquerque, New Mexico during the Fall of 2018. 

 Episode 18 An Army Veteran Shares What Prolonged Exposure Is And Why It's Failing (ft. Dan Jarvis) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2089

In this episode, Army vet and friend of the show Dan Jarvis, joins us to talk in depth about what prolonged exposure is, how it's used on veterans with traumas and how the experience of going through PE can be equally traumatizing.  

 Episode 17 Two Veterans With Guide Dogs Get More Permanent Relief For Their PTSD (ft. Kyle & Morgan) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1319

In this episode we interview Kyle & Morgan, both of whom were treated with RTM for their combat related PTSD at a counselor training in Winter Haven, FL. Kyle & Morgan have been provided with guide dogs by Southeastern Guide Dogs, a wonderful organization supporting our veterans. Still, these two gentlemen longed for more permanent relief to their PTSD and through RTM, they found it.  

 Episode 16 A Grief Trauma Counselor Brings The Benefit Of RTM To Trauma Strugglers (ft. Eric Bricker) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1801

In this episode we talk with Eric Bricker, a licensed mental health counselor from Boca Raton, FL about how RTM is a valuable tool in the treatment of traumatic grief struggles, who often develop substance abuse patterns as they attempt to cope.  

 Episode 15 What It Feels Like After The RTM Protocol According To Veterans (ft. Craig & Kyle) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1762

In this episode we bring two veterans on who went through the RTM protocol as part of a live demonstration at a training for clinicians.  Both share their response to what they went through.  If you've ever wondered about the perspective of our servicemen toward the present PTSD treatment options, listen and learn as these men share how many of those only made things worse and how RTM had an instant dramatic healing effect. 

 Episode 14 Mind Body Awareness Meets RTM (ft. Melinda Bruck) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2058

In this episode licensed mental health therapist Melinda Bruck joins us to talk about her experience in an RTM training where she, a participant, was invited up in front of her peers as a live demonstration.  She discusses her excitement for what RTM will bring to her practice where she treats trauma sufferers plagued by the negative emotions of painful memories.  

 Episode 13 A Former Green Beret Uses Theater To Teach Civilians About Military Life (ft. Scott Mann) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1999

In this episode retired Lieutenant Colonel and former Green Beret (United States Army Special Forces) Scott Mann joins us to talk about his own journey of healing. Scott spent 23 years in the U.S. Army, 18 as a Green Beret. Scott and a team of actors will be touring across the country in 2019 performing “Last Out: Elegy Of A Green Beret,” a play which helps civilians better understand the cost of combat to our veterans and their families, and to help warriors utilize the power of story to let go of their pain, healing the wounds of war.  

 Episode 12 An Experienced Clinician Excited For A New Protocol To Ease Suffering (ft. Lynne Healey) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2146

In this episode, licensed mental health therapist Lynne Healey joins us to share how her recent training in RTM has already broadened her abilities as an experienced clinician to relieve suffering in her clients plagued by severe trauma.  Even with extensive experience and training already, learning RTM reminded her there's still room to grow.  

 Episode 11 The Many Faces Of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD (ft. Todd & Mary Millsaps) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2120

In this episode we meet one of the many faces of PTSD. Todd & Mary Millsaps, of Operation Angel Wing, based in North Carolina, join us to tell of their firsthand experiences with trauma and PTSD and how discovering RTM has changed the way their non-profit helps those they serve that struggle, in addition to helping Todd personally walk through a tragic event 30 years in his past.

 Episode 10 The Many Faces Of PTSD & Questions Explained (ft. Allen Kanerva) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2349

In this episode Allen Kanerva joins us to answer questions about what trauma truly is, what triggers it, how many people actually suffer from PTSD and who the many faces of post traumatic stress truly are.  

 Episode 9 The Stigma Of The D Word - Disorder Questioned (ft. Allen Kanerva & Dan Jarvis) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1240

In this episode Allen Kanerva and Dan Jarvis talk about the stigma of the word "disorder" and how PTSD, as it's presently labeled, not only mis-categorizes the real problem, but actually prevents strugglers from seeking the help they need to get healed. 

 Episode 8 Tribes, Connections And How Isolation Kills (ft. Dan Jarvis) | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 2575

In this episode Dan Jarvis of 22 Zero explains how isolation is the greatest enemy to healing PTSD.  Dan details his own journey as an Army vet reengaging civilian life and how isolation nearly destroyed him.  

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