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Carolyn Forrester – The Matrix of Emotional Health



I am grateful to have had the opportunity to sit down with Carolyn Forrester to discuss her upcoming course utilizing The Matrix of Emotional Health, her nature-based artwork, and her own healing journey. Please join us on The Healing Place Podcast to listen in as Carolyn shares her thoughts on overcoming trauma and moving toward a place of peace.

Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on iTunesBlubrrySpotify, or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also watch our insightful interview on YouTube.

Bio:

“As a woman who has struggled to fit in and who has lost herself to pleasing others (so much so that she spent 15 years of her life on someone else’s dream), Carolyn Forrester knows what it’s like to feel lonely, unsupported, and disconnected.

Her nature based art is created to help you pause, feel a sense of peace, and connect with your deepest Self.

Her teachings using the Matrix are an enlightening guide to help you discern your Truth, identify any stuck spots, and heal the traumas of the past.”

Find out more about Carolyn’s mission at https://www.artofemotionalhealth.com/

Peace to you all!
Teri

Hope for Healing Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/741bdf08d718/hope-for-healing-newsletter-may-2019

Book Launch Team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unicornshadows/


Greg Williams – Shattered by the Darkness




Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I am your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on iTunes, Blubrry or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/. You can also watch our insightful interview on YouTube.

I was honored to have Dr. Greg Williams join me for a powerful conversation about his upcoming book release “Shattered by the Darkness: Putting the Pieces Back Together After Child Abuse”, his mission, personal story of triumph, and more! Per Greg’s website: “Dr. Gregory Williams has written a new book that chronicles his lifelong journey of child abuse and its aftermath. It has taken Dr. Gregory more than 30 years to begin unveiling the horrors of what happened to him throughout his entire childhood. His book recounts the sexual exploitation he endured at the hands of his own father for 12 years.” https://shatteredbythedarkness.com/

Be sure to check out these articles, highlighting Greg’s story, posted in the ACEs Connection community:

Baylor Employee Shares Story of Childhood Trauma in Hopes of Helping Others

Shattered By The Darkness: Powerful book by a humble man on a mission to prevent what happened to him from happening to other children

Baylor College of Medicine students introduced to ACEs science

Peace to you all!
Teri

Hope for Healing Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/9813e51db66b/hope-for-healing-newsletter-december-2018

Book Launch Team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unicornshadows/


Anna Runkle – Crappy Childhood Fairy



Welcome to The Healing Place Podcast! I’m your host, Teri Wellbrock. You can listen in on iTunes, Blubrry or directly on my website at www.teriwellbrock.com/podcasts/
I was excited to have Anna Runkle, the Crappy Childhood Fairy, join me for a deep and powerful conversation about her Crappy Childhood Fairy mission, courses, philosophies, and more!
Anna Runkle is a video producer, speaker and writer, and is the author of the blog Crappy Childhood Fairy, where she cartoons and writes about her own childhood, growing up in a hippie family that struggled with alcohol, drugs, violence and poverty. In the blog, Anna writes essays — with her characteristic tough love humor — about the challenges faced by many people with high ACE scores. In the blog and in her online course, Healing Childhood PTSD, she teaches simple techniques that she’s used to overcome the nervous system dysregulation that so often accompanies Childhood PTSD. She’s currently working on a new online course, Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD, to be released during the holidays. When she’s not blogging, she produces marketing and training videos for healthcare and business clients at her company Click to Play Media. She lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Berkeley, California.
You can find out more information by visiting https://crappychildhoodfairy.com/.
As shared from the Crappy Childhood website: “I didn’t know then that what I had was Childhood PTSD. It’s a little different than the kind that soldiers get (which is triggered by events in adulthood). Mine became obvious one day in 1994 when I was attacked on the street, and was knocked unconscious. My injuries healed but I could not focus my mind enough to read or use the phone for several months. I had panic attacks and depression, and began falling into an emotional abyss. In the nick of time, I was shown a particular daily practice of writing and meditating that immediately made me feel better. Over the last 24 years I’ve shown this technique to hundreds of people who seemed to suffer similarly to me, though none of us had a name for it before.”
Thanks for listening in to this inspirational conversation!

You can also watch our interview on YouTube. So exciting!

Peace,

Teri

 

 

 


Stephanie & Emma Potter – Suicide Awareness



Welcome everyone! Thank you for joining us as Teri spends time with Emma & Stephanie Potter, discussing their non-profit agency Rob’s Kids, the impact of suicide on their lives, their healing journey thus far, art therapy, signs of depression, seeking help, their heroes, and so much more.

More info on Rob’s Kids mission and story can be found at: http://robskids.org/

Sammie could not stop loving on Emma so grandma snapped a pic of a Sammie kiss in action!

Be gentle with yourselves,

Teri . . . and Stephanie & Emma

 


Michael Weinberg & Mark Dorsey – Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati



Welcome everyone!

Teri was thrilled to sit down with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati volunteer, Mark Dorsey, and Director of Volunteers, Mike Weinberg, to discuss the RMH mission, volunteer opportunities, and so much more.

More information on volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and the services offered by RMH can be found at: https://www.rmhcincinnati.org/

After touring this amazing facility, with its comforting sense of community and warmth, we chatted and laughed our way through a wonderful 45 minutes of inspiration. The hope provided to families as they move along their journey into and through a critical care diagnosis for their child(ren) is heart-touching.

What a blessing to the families, the children, the Cincinnati community . . . the world!

Thank you for your volunteer efforts, your ambassador work, your gift to all who walk through the doors of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati. Thank you for bringing hope, support and joy to the lives of the families and children you serve.

Peace,

Teri . . . and Mark & Mike

P.S. Dinner was delicious! Thank you, Chef!


Maria Sulcer – “You Can Heal Your Life” Story



Welcome everybody!

Teri enjoys this engaging, informative and inspirational interview with Maria Sulcer, Outreach Specialist at Lindner Center of HOPE, as she shares how she was introduced to the You Can Heal Your Life philosophies of Louise Hay and her journey utilizing those lessons. Listen in to learn about the transformative power of positive affirmations.

Be gentle with yourselves!

Teri . . . and Maria

Maria’s copy of “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay

Sammie could not stop soul-connecting with Maria, holding “hands”.

When a friend shows up with heart shaped cookies!


Melissa Adamchik – Trauma-Informed Care & TTN



Welcome everybody!

Tonight we have an extra-special one and a half hour show! Due to 3 weather-related cancellations last week, we decided not to post a podcast last Friday. Therefore, we are making up for that and posting a double show tonight. Yay! So, sit back and enjoy our “conversation between friends” with trauma guru, Melissa Adamchik, Executive Director of the Tristate Trauma Network.

We are happy you have tuned in to The Healing Place Podcast. We discuss the fast-growing framework of trauma-informed care, the mission of The Tristate Trauma Network, along with other trauma-centered subjects.

Be sure to check out the links and videos Melissa mentions on air at their agency website: http://www.tristatetraumanetwork.org/

Be gentle with yourselves!

Teri & Melissa


Alice Hartig – Poverty & Head Start



Thank you for tuning in tonight and joining Teri as she chats with Alice Hartig, discussing poverty and her work in the Head Start program. Alice is a knowledgeable and caring provider in the Head Start program in Ohio, helping families maneuver their way out of poverty by providing a “head start” for their children and guidance for the caregivers in those children’s lives. Thank you for the gift of you, Alice!

Peace to you along your journey,

Teri . . . and Alice