Monique Koven is a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach and worked as a Social Worker for over 25 Years. As a survivor herself, she features conversations with Trauma experts & survivors to offer hope for the healing journey. www.thehealingtraumapodcast.com Disclaimer:The content on this podcast is not counselling advice nor a substitute for individual therapy. The content is for information purposes only. The information provided is not intended to be used as a replacement for medical and mental health advice. Follow the advice of your licensed mental health professional.
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I had the absolute honor and pleasure of talking with author,counsellor, educator, activist and childhood sexual abuse survivor Rosie McMahan. I decided to share this one via video (available through spotify platform & youtube). Rosie is the author o... more
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I feel seen, understood, and loved. Thank you.
I’ve been working with the same trauma therapist for twenty years. My life and trauma have become much more manageable but I feel stuck. Listening to this show has brought so many new voices, insights, strategies and relatable stories to my life…I feel so much more hopeful about all of the new learning and resources that are discussed and introduced. Thank you for this show!
Too slow. Unprepared interview. Perhaps email questions a week prior to interview so the iviewee has answers pertaining to helping people with trauma rather than carry on for miles about Froyd! Nothing to help me at all
I just started listening and following this podcast and I already love it so much. Thank you to you and all of your guests, its an honor to join you in healing.💕
The content is useful but the audio is painful to listen too. I don’t know if it’s audio issues but the host’s voice is so shrill and high pitched. It’s not pleasant to listen to and really gets in the way of the message.
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