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I absolutely have found a huge source of comfort and inspiration in Guy's podcasts. I listen to podcasts prior to sessions as a way of grounding myself to what I'm trying to accomplish with the trauma work i do with clients. It's become a form of self-care for me in a lot of ways.
July 17, 2015
I just wanted to say thank you for the podcasts. I just discovered and am binge listening- Great information!!
September 17, 2016
I am a new therapist living in the UK, near London. I have done my BSC and MA in psychotherapy and now am starting to train in trauma as my specialism later on.
I came across your podcast early 2016 and really love listening to your shows and getting insights from lots of great therapists. So I wanted to thank you for what you are doing, it's been informative, interesting, guiding and many of the clinical errors have made me wake up to my errors that I pushed aside and minimised, so you have helped me and my clients!
Many thanks, look forward to listening more shows in 2017.
Happy New year to you.
March 20, 2017
Guy Macpherson, PhD has made an important contribution to the profession for education, resources, and community for trauma-focused therapists, new and experienced.
Had I not found out about his podcasts at The Trauma Therapist Project and the membership in Trauma Therapist | 2.0, it would have taken me much longer to find out how to progress in this important clinical focus. Everything about both is inspiring and educational.
M.S., Trauma Therapist | 2.0 member
June 23, 2017
I am feeling so inspired about this work thanks to my daily connection with your podcasts and videos in Trauma Therapist | 2.0. I'm starting to daydream about bringing some trauma training into my local mental hospitals. .. one day when I get there!
That's my rant over :-)
Time to sleep. Goodnight!
Rebecca, Trauma Therapist | 2.0 member
June 23, 2017
I am a licensed MFT and am so incredibly passionate about working in the field of trauma and find your podcast enlightening and inspirational. Is there any way I can be involved in this? Or in any project related to trauma? I am hungry to be part of a movement or a project related to trauma therapy. I also know I won't lose anything by asking, as the worst that can happen is you say no. So, if there's anything I can do, please let me know. Or if there is an opportunity for me to apply to work/volunteer with this project, I would love to do so. JF
June 6, 2016
Just wanted to tell you how grateful I am for your podcast. I am an English professor, not a therapist, but at home, I'm also a trauma worker... I learn so very much week after week from your podcast. I often end up buying a book and doing further research. There is almost always some nugget of wisdom that helps me see a current problem a little differently, that reminds me to practice self-care, that reminds me that presence is the greatest gift I can offer. And perhaps most important of all, after listening to the podcast, I usually feel inspired and even grateful to be able to go home and be part of my son's journey. It is not always easy to feel inspired and grateful when you're living with someone who has PTSD! The wisdom and insights you and your guests share sustain me in this challenging journey. Thank you for your work.
September 13, 2016
Thank you Guy. Those podcast are so well done. All those Trauma therapist are so amazing to listen. Their story, their humility I am completely addicted.
July 14, 2015
I just read the Road Map. I found many of the things you expressed were things that I have heard before, even though I am relatively new to the trauma field. I resonated with the fact that as therapists, healers, clinicians and fellow travelers that doing my own development and journey is vitally important in this work! So, about a month ago I decided (with a little anxiety) to get my own EMDR therapy. I am an EMDR therapist and saw how beneficial it was to my clients. And, even though I have not experienced the depth nor breadth of trauma that others have, I recognized the need to find healing and hope for myself.
Thank you for this opportunity to continue to learn and grow with and through others through this forum!
March 20, 2017
This path has been a spiritual up-cycling of pain for me. To my point, that is why I am so grateful to your podcast and the guests on it who have survived their own traumas. The generosity with which they have shared their stories gives me confidence that I belong here too. Thank you for the inspiring, encouraging work you do. It's pointed me toward so many great directions for further study and experience. I hope we'll talk some day, And I too, will have something unique and valuable to contribute to the on-going, trauma-informed conversation. cheers!" -- Julie B.
January 23, 2018