The Trauma Therapist ProjectGuy Macpherson, PhD
Gold Nuggets From The Trauma Therapist Podcast. Free PDF.
A Little Love
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
Guy, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
I'm just starting my own private practice working with veterans with PTSD...your website and the podcasts are exactly what I've been looking for: some solid guidance as I start out helping people with some complex challenges.
I haven't had a chance to start listening in earnest to the recordings you've put together, but what a smart and humanitarian idea you have come up with.
Knowledge is to be shared, not hoarded, and your project is an admirable example of that.
I wish you every success.
July 13, 2015
So, so, so grateful for the work you are doing! thank you!
August 18, 2015
Hi Guy, I have a small issue which I'm hoping you can help me with... I am a Trauma Therapist Project Podcast Addict!!! I cannot stop listening to all these awesome podcasts with such amazing, incredible, remarkable trauma therapists who give so much of themselves to help, heal and provide hope to the lives of others whilst remaining humble, honest and holding the utmost integrity in themselves. I feel truly blessed to have stumbled across your podcast and have been listening and re-listening ever since. I buy the recommended books. I write down the quotes - not necessarily the ones mentioned but I quote the therapists who speak so eloquently and present such candid accounts of their inner experiences as well as their genuine love and care for all of humanity. It is truly breathtaking and heartwarming whilst also being stimulating and provocative. I work in the field in two different capacities and am truly brought to my knees by these practitioners again and again. So thank you. Please keep on interviewing so I never have to suffer withdrawals. And I promise to go on to iTunes and give you as many stars as the Universe can hold.
October 5, 2016
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
I discovered your podcast and I love it and I thank you. I'm starting an MSW program in January and I thank you for the inspiration. I'm 52 and doing a mid-life career transition from being a global humanitarian to being a U.S.-based LCSW one day, I hope. I just bought Sarah Peyton's book thanks to hearing her on your show. When I have more money, I will join the community, Trauma Therapist | 2.0.
Please don't stop doing what you do!
December 14, 2017
Thank you, Guy for this excellent website. I am truly grateful and appreciative to have found this fruitful orchard of learning and wisdom. Thank you for the opportunity of benefiting from not just the masters in the field of trauma. I am touched by the authenticity they bring, their integrity, even sharing the mistakes - Thank you so much - I am relatively new, my passion is building strong families, healing restoration, and hope after trauma in children, developmental trauma, attachment, and dissociation - best wishes.
May 23, 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
I began listening to your podcast on a road trip last night and have been binge listening ever since. I am finishing a clinical psychology internship and am an aspiring trauma therapist. In your podcast I found the inspiration, passionate examples, self-searching questions, wisdom and guidance, I have been craving. I am still reeling from the implications of developing "presence" and how I can do that in my own life and in my work. I am so grateful you invested into your dreams and created this website and this podcast. I am on fire to be a contributing member to your community.
June 6, 2016
I love the egalitarian environment in which any member is encouraged to share their experiences and knowledge. I believe this openness to the plurality of perspectives allows me to grow as a clinician.
Naixiang Hu, Trauma Therapist | 2.0 member
June 23, 2017