Adam Young. Finding Truth In Our Story
There are few things that inspire me more than the ability to cut to the core of an issue within the context of helping those who’ve been impacted by trauma. Meet my guest, Adam Young. Adam wastes no time in this interview cutting sharing his story and the passion which fuels the work he does with both couples and individuals.
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Adam is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the states of Colorado and Georgia and holds Master degrees in Social Work (Virginia Commonwealth University) and Divinity (Emory University). He’s completed extensive training with The Allender Center, including the Certificate Program and Externship Program, and is also the host of The Place We Find Ourselves podcast.
Subtle sexual abuse–or covert sexual abuse–is a real thing, that does significant damage, but often goes unnoticed by clinicians.
In This Episode
- Adam’s website
- Silently Seduced: When Parents Make Their Children Partners, Kenneth Adams
- Adam’s Podcast
- Allan N. Schore, PhD
- The Drama of the Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self, Revised Edition, Alice Miller