The Trauma Therapist Project
“I help support, educate and inspire new trauma therapists.”
What Members Are Saying
Michelle Turnbull. I think it’s a great reflective practice to just sit and listen and watch the Master Class Video Interviews and gain those insights and build little gems into your own practice. I think it can be a really great part of your own supervision, in a sense.
Caroline Cook. When I found Trauma Therapist | 2.0 I felt like I was home. The education the community provides is a huge part of it. Your Trauma Therapist | 2.0 puts me in touch with so many different people who work with trauma—and who have more knowledge than I do—and they give me acknowledgement and affirmation that I’m on the right path.
A Little Love
This podcast amazes me. Each episode stands alone and seems to have its own hidden gem. It has helped me tremendously understand my own trauma and hope of healing.--k.reilly. 2019
Guy, I appreciate this podcast so much! I got out of grad school a year ago. I am one of those young, new trauma clinicians you refer to often. I love working with trauma, but in my short time doing this work I learned we can not do it without support. Your podcast has helped guide me to information, knowledge and growth. At first I was feeling hopeless seeing supervisors burnt out, not consistent and not engaged. However, your podcast has revitalized my energy and restored my hope that there are great trauma clinicians out there and support along the way. It has given me confidence to advocate for my clients and myself. Please keep the part where you ask the guest “what advice would you give to a new clinician” ( that part is awesome). Thank you! --Supernovasunshinegirl. 2020
Guy’s podcast (and the world it introduced me to) was a significant source of motivation fueling my decision to get licensed and start a private traumatic grief and bereavement practice (Wisdom Counseling - Baltimore LLC). I thank him for all that he does to educate, affirm, and, motivate! --Doctor Grayman-Simpson. 2019