A Little Love
I can't get enough of this podcast and I'm really thankful for the passion and heart you have behind trauma therapy.
February 10, 2016
Life Changing Information
This podcast could very literally save someone's life. The host is compassionate, asks intelligent questions. He showcases a wide variety of experts in the field of trauma work. If you are a survivor (like me) or a professional, this podcast is a goldmine. Listen with a notebook & pen ready. OUTSTANDING!
January 19, 2018
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
Absolutely loved the transparency and compassion in this podcast! I think Dr. Mate' s statement about diving into our own childhood trauma is probably one of the most inspiring and important statements I've heard in these podcasts. Thank you for sharing these wonderful podcasts and for your wiliness to discuss your relationship with your brother Guy! So very brave and honest and truly inspires me to continue my own work on myself!
July 14, 2015
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 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
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
Recently I have been listening to your podcasts daily. They are exactly what a new therapist needs. Thank you for your generosity, sincerity and wealth of information you made possible. I am very grateful xxx
September 28, 2016
So, so, so grateful for the work you are doing! thank you!
August 18, 2015
I just found your podcast, and it is fabulous. After 20 years in the music business and a divorce, I have gone back to school in order to become an LCSW and work with returning combat veterans who live with PTSD. While I have no military experience, it is a population for whom I have great respect and gratitude. Your podcast allows me to learn a vast amount from clinicians in the field. The questions you ask are invaluable (clinical errors is a fantastic question!), as are the stories they tell. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your wonderful work and for giving listeners/students like me some insight into this wonderful profession. All the best, John. I look forward to taking advantage of the materials you have provided on your sight.
July 13, 2015