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Traumatic Reality Radio (TRR) is a talk and radio podcast with Rev Jacob Isreal and delivers a most powerful message: the realization that trauma exists and must be dealt with accordingly. Features survivors of trauma and their realities, guest therapists and professionals, and tools to deal with trauma and its impact on people. #Trauma #TRR - facebook.com/traumaticrealityradio Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/traumaticradio/support
 
Welcome to Traumatic transformation which is dedicated to people who are going through or have gone through a traumatic life event or life phase and are looking to find hope, peace, and purpose through it. In each episode, I plan to share science-backed actionable tips, strategies, real-life wisdom, and experiences of being a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, and a Trauma Specialist. I plan to also present to you the most insightful people (athletes, coaches, psychologists, psychiatrists, su ...
 
Stories of Triumph after Tragedy. This ministry is the core of a campaign for liberty and recovery. Enjoy the true tales and humorous adventures of the most interesting Polish-American man of the 1900s. Explore his comical journeys of perseverance through adversity by planting seeds of wisdom & compassion throughout the community. Proceeds go to help victims of Hurricane Micheal in the Panhandle Florida. Help us rebuild our community and share this podcast. #850Strong Community Grows Commerce.
 
When you graduate, you go and get yourself a good job, a good car, and have a kid. At least that's what they make you think. Upon leaving university, and in the months that followed, I slowly realised for the first time in my life that things seemed to be falling apart, and I knew I probably wasn't the only one who felt that way. This podcast is there to document life after graduating, and form a community who can work towards their goals whilst having some stress of the new world released b ...
 
Gomez Trial Attorneys' dedicated brain injury lawyers share their vast knowledge on litigating brain injury cases from incident to trial. Featuring John Gomez, medical experts, brain injury survivors, and other trial attorneys, the podcast will to discuss the advances in this constantly evolving area of medicine and law practice.
 
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Rhonda began to thrive when she helped form the “March for Our Live” with the Santa Fe High School students. The march was held 30 days after the shooting and became a national movement. Rhonda realized that she had a built-in support system with the town of Santa Fe. She focused on gun violence protection and getting Kimberly’s Bill passed in the …
 
Read the transcript The Northern New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury System proudly presents “Moving Forward: Personal Perspectives on Life after Brain Injury,” a virtual speakers series. Funding source: This podcast was supported under a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR; grant …
 
Feeling crushing grief from the loss of her daughter to a school shooting, Rhonda must face planning her own daughter’s funeral. The shooting became national news overnight. Rhonda’s first interview was with Anderson Cooper. She has no privacy to mourn. The stress of the media starts to create health issues. Rhonda gets support from her father and …
 
Rhonda moved away from Wasilla, Alaska after high school to join the military. She hoped to use her military savings to attend college. Rhonda was on active duty during 9/11 and only three hours from Washington DC. She married 20 and had children shortly after. Her marriage did not last and she moved to Galveston, Texas for joint custody of her chi…
 
Reza Rezvi finally got a job while attending school in New York City and began working in Times Square. He came up with the idea for a replaceable shoe heel and enrolled in shoemaker classes. He also learned how to patent his idea, but ultimately had to walk away when the startup ran out of money. He then started a successful marketing firm. Reza s…
 
Back in London and living with his family, Reza felt his spirituality starting to slip away. In an effort to get back to the United States, Reza wants to attend business school and rotate through different campuses across the country. He struggled with his courses and ultimately failed. Reza switched majors, obtained a scholarship, and went for a m…
 
Reza Rezvi was born in London to a working-class family. He would have a typical childhood until, at the age of ten, his father lost his job. Reza did not feel smart in class and was the black sheep of his family. His father would lose his temper easily and yell at Reza daily. At 17, Reza felt like a degenerate and would stay out late at night to a…
 
Feeling as though he was in the “wrong place at the wrong time,” Pastor Phil looked at the lessons he learned from his court battles. Seeing his children’s lives motivated him to write a book, Forgive Me Father For I Have Sinned. He felt as if he needed help and turned his focus to God. He now believes that love is the gift that never fails, and co…
 
Phil Aguilar, aka Pastor Phil, was falling in love with Venice Beach, California, and was struggling to walk an honorable path. In moments of weakness, he considered returning to his gangster life. Gang wars in Venice were soul-crushing for Pastor Phil and he reached out to Pastor Tommy Barnett. Following Pastor Tommy’s guidance, he moved to Downto…
 
Phil Aguilar grew up in Anaheim, aka “Clanaheim,” where he was the darkest kid in town. He asked his mom to buy better soap so that he could be white like his friends. His mom told him, “Don’t be speaking any Spanish in class,” and helped him learn to speak without an accent. His childhood was happy until the day he saw his father violently punch h…
 
Leigh Steinberg committed the past 12 years to his sobriety and successfully rebuilt his sports agency. He describes the intense focus on the first few years of his recovery. Later, Leigh wrote The Agent and started speaking publicly. This gave Leigh a sense of responsibility to sustain his sobriety. He was shadowed by Cameron Crow as the inspirati…
 
At 61-years old, Leigh Steinberg is divorced, bankrupt and living with his parents. He knew that he had a drinking problem, and approached recovery as if he was going back to college. Leigh read everything about alcohol recovery, but nothing worked. Although he grew up Jewish, he had difficulties with the concept of God, but discovered a newfound s…
 
Leigh Steinberg, premier sports agent, entrepreneur, and best-selling author is the real-life inspiration for the Oscar-winning film Jerry Maguire. He is best known for his work building athletes into stand-alone brands and securing over $4 billion for his 300+ pro athlete clients. Leigh’s drug was success. After a series of personal setbacks; both…
 
Driving through the town where he was a teenage sex worker, Brandon Lee is no longer triggered. The 5x Emmy Award-winning news anchor and recovered addict explains the benefits of creating new positive memories in the locations where trauma occurred. Trying a variety of recovery methods, Brandon began working with a shaman. Under his guidance, Bran…
 
Brandon wanted to rebuild his life. He was convinced to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting by the same nurse that attended to him after his overdose. He shared his story at his first AA meeting and found a new social circle. They helped Brandon realize that he could enjoy life as a sober, gay man. Brandon attended five AA meetings a week for th…
 
**TRIGGER WARNING** 5-time Emmy winning journalist, Brandon Lee enjoyed a privileged childhood, a beautiful home in Anaheim Hills, the best private schools, and both parents prospering in their careers. What he didn’t have was parental supervision to protect him from predators and pedophiles. From the ages of 7-10, Brandon was molested by a trusted…
 
Fausto got in touch with himself and found his passion, which was jump rope! His hero was Buddy Lee, a reigning champion. In an effort to inspire hope in others, Fausto used a Buddy Lee Brand jump rope to start a campaign, “My jump rope gives me hope.” This got the attention of Buddy Lee himself. With the help of a go-fund-me kick-starter, he was a…
 
Fausto got back on his feet by attending church for the first time. He attended primarily for the community and social aspects. One day he heard “God gives his toughest battles to his strongest warriors.” This inspired Fausto, who realized he was strong enough to help others. He joined Alcoholics Anonymous and shared his raw story authentically. Fo…
 
Born in Fullerton, California, Fausto was scared of his father but still longed for his affection. As a child, he learned to live in his head and not complain about his father’s horrible treatment of his mother. Fausto believed his constant household dysfunction was normal. Ultimately, this led to Fausto’s social anxiety, sexual abuse, and longing …
 
Kathy believed that her disability did not make her less than anyone else. While questioning herself, she aimed high. Yet her headshot was thrown into the trash by a comedy club owner. As a stroke of luck, famous comedian Geri Jewell saw it in the trash and pulled it out. This led to Kathy’s first comedy gig, where she was an instant hit. She ran i…
 
Do you worry about how to protect your kids from online dangers, from predators to porn? As Post-Traumatic Parents, we are especially aware of how dangerous the world can be! In this episode, Kristen A Jenson, from Defend Young Minds, helps us explore how to protect our kids in the digital world. We talk about her books, like Good Pictures, Bad Pic…
 
After the jeep accident, Kathy had to learn how to walk again. Stuck in this mindset to survive, she left Ohio for California, lived in her car for 3 months, and got cancer 2 years later. Pissed off with life, she decided to confront her dad about their past on multiple occasions. After attending group therapy, she learned to not live in the past a…
 
Kathy Buckley’s family thought she was “slow” and her hearing impairment was not discovered until she was eight. She struggled to connect with others. Lacking family support, she was sexually molested as a child and raped at 16. Feeling profoundly alone, Kathy attempted suicide five times in high school. Then in her early 20’s, Kathy was at the bea…
 
Knowing the pain of losing a child, Ken Druck is called in to counsel the families after 9-11, Sandy Hook, Hurricane Katrina, OJ, and other horrible events. His insights are so profound, that he appears on Oprah. In honor of his late daughter, Ken starts the Jenna Druck Foundation. His three books inspire millions. Ken shares that love will always …
 
Feeling as if life had lost its meaning, Ken Druck decided to move forward by walking a path of honoring his daughter, Jenna. Ken reveals his 6 Rules for honoring a loved one. He shares that no one goes through life without a broken heart. We have to decide whether we are going to allow our hearts to break and close, or break and open. Ken also exp…
 
As a two-year-old, Ken Druck could already sense the tension within his holocaust survivor family. Although he struggled with a learning disability, Ken battled through earning his Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. While a practicing therapist, Ken and his wife welcomed two daughters into their home, Jenna and Stephanie. At 10 pm one night, …
 
Geri shares her ups and downs. She gets asked to speak at the White House, not just once but three times. Once with Ronald Reagan and twice with Barack Obama. But she is also sexually assaulted by creeps that prey on disabled people. A frequent guest on Hollywood’s red-carpet events, her life has thrilling highs and indescribable lows. Through it a…
 
Geri shares her stories of working with Cheech and Chong, auditioning for Burt Reynolds, decapitating Big Bird, and how she landed her starring role on ABC’s "Facts of Life". But success had its ups and downs. Cerebral palsy causes a lot of pain. Geri would later find herself at death’s door, addicted to painkillers, too sick to work, and in a fail…
 
Unhappy with school, Geri tries to join the military but they don’t want her. Geri tries everything, and even writes letters to TV star Carol Burnett and tells her that she is interested in a stand-up comedy career. Unbelievably, Carol writes back and encourages Geri to go for it. Right after high school, Geri auditions for a comedy club on Hollywo…
 
Being the world’s smallest premature baby at that time, Geri Jewell began her life with trauma. She started life at three pounds and then dropped to two. She was isolated and no one was allowed to touch her, so she had no physical attention for the first 3 months of life. Geri was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Her first stage appearance was as a b…
 
Although Anthony wanted God to prove himself, he began to change his perceptions when he heard God share three rules to live by. These valuable rules paid off. Wanting to help others and to share his story to inspire others, Anthony wrote the book, “From Park Bench to Park Avenue.” He talks about his struggles from being a homeless drug addict to b…
 
Anthony travels to Michigan to say his last goodbyes to his dying mother. During his visit, Anthony realizes he is actually more interested in his mother's medications. When in his 30's, Anthony would finally find himself incarcerated for the first time. While in prison, he took to reading. Eventually, he would enter a treatment center, group thera…
 
Born with his umbilical cord wrapped around his neck, Anthony Brown’s life began with trauma. He grew up in poverty with his mother and two sisters above a Cleveland bar. At age nine, Anthony found his mother on the floor, shot in the head by a boyfriend. By 14, Anthony had experimented with hard drugs and was injecting regularly. At 15, his mom li…
 
Jodi became an advocate after losing her son to a drug overdose. She connected to a network of Jarrod’s classmates and parents who were facing similar problems. By building a community and bringing awareness, they fought back against the epidemic of illegal drugs and dirty doctors who over-prescribed to make a profit. She also set out to inspire ne…
 
Jodi Barber was devastated when her son Jarrod overdosed and lost his battle with drug addiction. Looking back, she believes that the best help for an addict is to get them into a treatment facility. While she did everything she could, dirty doctors and negative connotations about rehab got in the way of real solutions. To survive her grief, Jodi p…
 
Jarrod broke his collar bone while riding dirt bikes, which led to using prescribed opioids for pain management. The opioids then led to addiction and a “dirty doctor” Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng, MD, who kept the prescriptions flowing without Jarrod’s parent’s knowledge. Desperate for help, Jodi sent Jarrod to the “best doctor in Orange County” who pre…
 
The Barber family appeared to be living the Southern California dream. Jodi, her husband Bill, and her two sons Jarrod and Blake. Blake was calm and a parent’s dream. On the other hand, Jarrod started to suffer in school and developed attention problems and emotional issues. This escalated to drug use and ill-tempered tantrums. Jodi turned to the m…
 
Jessie decides to let go of the past and tells her father she does not want him, his sex tapes, celebrity wrestling, and constant insanity in her life. She is now driving towards a doctorate in media psychology and starting a support group for those who have been exploited by the media. Starting at the age of nine, Jessie’s experiences gave her pro…
 
Guilty by association, Jessie got harsh public judgments due to her father being Joey Buttafuoco. Jessie recalls a softball coach instructing his pitcher to deliberately hit Jessie with the ball, just because of her family name. Looking for some peace, Jessie began to wonder if changing her name would give her solace and began to explore new religi…
 
Jessie, the daughter of Joey and Mary Jo Buttafuoco, is excited to ride her bike to school for the first time. But her plans for the ride home were wrecked when her aunt picks her up and whisks her to the family’s auto shop where she is told that her mom was “injured” when she “fell on a nail.” She had never of Amy Fisher, a high-school call-girl w…
 
Jessie Buttafuoco grew up in Long Island, New York, experiencing what she thought was an idyllic childhood. Her father Joey Buttafuoco spoiled her with toys and gifts he claimed had “fallen off a truck.” Her dad also did trips to “Disneyworld,” when he was really doing drug rehab. Even as a young girl, Jessie sensed the mental stress her mother was…
 
Once someone has made the choice to use their trauma as fuel to thrive, the results are amazing. Rhonda Britten opens up to Dr. Randall Bell and Tanya Brown about how she successfully brought the conversation of mental health into the homes of millions around the world. She also talks about her four best-selling books, starring on three television …
 
When your whole world has been turned upside down, how do you simply survive? Join Dr. Randall Bell, Tanya Brown, and their epic guest Rhonda Britten, as she describes the methods she put into action. After years of bouncing between support groups, alcohol abuse, a busy work life, and suicide attempts; Rhonda made the choice to stop drinking and st…
 
As a 14-year-old girl, Rhonda spent the morning getting ready for Sunday brunch and having her first heart-to-heart conversation with her mother. She put on her new dress her mother had made for Father’s Day. Rhonda then recounts how she was the only eyewitness to her father murdering her mother, and then turning the gun on himself. This shocking t…
 
Rhonda Britten reveals details of her troubled childhood before a horrific trauma. Dr. Randall Bell and Tanya Brown discuss Rhonda’s parents going through two divorces, the cultural pressures that forced her parents to stay together, being the black sheep in her family, and constantly looking for affection anywhere she could find it. In a gripping …
 
Can the sister of Nicole Brown Simpson and a San Quintin prisoner really thrive after a violent crime crushes their lives? Join Dr. Randall Bell and co-host Tanya Brown as they explore that question with their remarkable guest, James “JC” Cavitt. They talk openly about what it takes to not just survive after the trauma but to convert the energy int…
 
What happens when one accused murderer goes free, and a 17-year-old boy is arrested and faces the death penalty? In a stunning interview, JC Cavitt joins hosts Dr. Randall Bell and Tanya Brown to explore the topic of raw trauma from opposite perspectives. Tanya speaks up about the violent death of her sister Nicole Brown Simpson. JC talks about his…
 
Ever wonder what it’s like to become a participant in a clinical research study? This podcast outlines all aspects of recruitment, vetting, protocols, and considerations for joining a study and dispels common misconceptions often fostered by Hollywood movies or TV shows. Jessica Ganga, Communications & Digital Media Coordinator at the Foundation, m…
 
What happens when Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister sits down with a young man sent to San Quentin Prison for murder? In an unprecedented interview, Dr. Randall Bell and Tanya Brown sit down with James "JC" Cavitt. Together, they reveal the details of life before “that day.” Each was facing a future that included violent crime and the “dive stage” of t…
 
In this episode, Dr. Vikram Shenoy Handiru, associate research scientist in our Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering Research talks about his peer-reviewed article “Graph-theoretical analysis of EEG functional connectivity during balance perturbation in traumatic brain injury: A pilot study” e-published on July 26, 2021 in the journal…
 
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