The Trauma Therapist ProjectGuy Macpherson, PhD
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Hello! I just recently stumbled upon your podcast and I am so grateful! I am a master of social work intern working with victims of trauma. The education and input you provide and guest speakers are wonderful! I really appreciate your humility and talking about your own experiences as a student. It seems as though the things you touched on that you struggled with are the same things I am struggling with as well. It helps to know I’m not the only one, and I could still be a successful therapist if I want to. I often feel I have no idea what I am doing, but you remind me to trust the process. Thank you!!
Tara Scala, BSW
I just want to thank you for your work. you are the only podcast out there (that I know of) that talks about trauma therapy. every other podcast that I listen to is about growing your practice, etc. but nothing about trauma therapy.
keep up the great work! Just thought I send you a grateful email... take care!
I found your site this weekend. I just wanted to say thank you. I just started my private practice in counseling after completing a masters in mental health counseling last year. I have been a trauma nurse for 20 years and I have been trying to merge the two professions. I want to join/start a national conversation on how physical illness effects mental illness and what we all carry with us that slows us down.
I am also a trauma survivor. I get resilience.
I will keep checking in on the work you are doing but I just wanted you to know that your works looks like work I want to do in my own way. And you inspired me.
Keep fighting the good fight!
Wendy Kimelman, MA, BSN, RN
Dear Guy, I have been meaning to write you an email of gratitude and thanks for a while. I am a trauma therapist in CT, and have been listening and benefiting from your podcast for a while. The honesty, and depth of the sharing has been amazing, and has helped me, and my (fairly new, 2 years) private practice. I primarily use body-centered Gestalt work, as well as chair work, similar to Pat Ogden, Sensorimotor, and the interviews have been wonderful. Thank again very much, sincerely,
Mary Ellen Lonergan, LMFTP