Grow Yourself Up is a podcast to support all of us in our adult lives. Many of us did not get our needs adequately met in childhood. The devastating legacy of childhood trauma, wounding and traumatic stress lives on in our brains, our bodies, our nervous systems and our behaviour/reactions. Which in turn impacts the way we turn up to our lives in many ways.We are going to unpack all of this on Grow Yourself Up. This podcast will be a companion as you travel on your own road of healing and recovery. You will learn you are not alone. Someone has been where you are. There is hope. We will break down shame together and learn to cultivate self compassion. There is always the possibility for change. And regardless of what has happened in our past, as adults we have to take responsibility for our own lives. We have to tend to our pain, our sadness and our dysfunction so that we can live a life we love and shift toxic patterns for our children. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more ... more
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In this episode Cath discusses how overdoing, overworking and being constantly busy are ways in which many of us have learnt to manage life. We operate with our nervous systems in the ON position all the time, never giving ourselves space and time to... more
In this episode Cath encourages listeners to develop resources for themselves to assist them on their own healing journey. more
In this psychoeducational episode Cath talks about trauma, what it is, the way it has been conceptualised and changed over time. And why it is important to understand. more
Thought evoking and challenging but deeply soothing. more
You try so many things to soothe, fix and better understand yourself. more
A really gentle look at healing, disentangling our past from our future and being human. more
This podcast has been so incredibly helpful to me. I have very little time as a mum of two little ones but I try to find time each week to listen. I find it very cathartic to listen to Cath speak so wisely and clearly and the topics are so relevant to me right now. I love the way she uses real life examples from her own experience, often these concepts are quite abstract but these examples have helped me grasp how I might make changes to meet my own needs. I also like the length and her style, I... more
Whether you’ve been working with a psychotherapist for a while or you’re entirely new to psychotherapy, this podcast is the perfect space to find warmth, wisdom and support in your journey towards a life of self-compassion and emotional integration. more
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Grow Yourself Up launched 3 months ago and published 17 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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