Break the Cycle with Dr. Mariel

Break the Cycle with Dr. Mariel

Join psychologist Dr. Mariel Buqué, as she dives into conversations that focus on how you shift from intergenerational trauma to intergenerational abundance. On Break the Cycle, we talk about all things trauma, through the generations. What happened to you, what happened before you, and the power you hold within you to transform yourself and the generations to come.


December 8, 2022 35 min

In this episode, physician, CEO, and media contributor Dr. Uché Blackstock guides us through the ways she learned how putting yourself first helps you parent from a place of intergenerational abundance. You can find more of Dr. Blackstock's work here:

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In this new episode of Break the Cycle, we dive into how self-sabotaging is a learned process that has deep roots in trauma.

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November 22, 2022 12 min

In this new season of Break the Cycle, we dive even deeper into how we shift from cycles of pain and into abundance.

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In this episode, psychotherapist, New York Times Bestselling author, and prominent Ted Talk speaker, Amy Morin, guides us through the pillars of mental strength that every cycle breaker should attend to. You can find more of Amy's work here:

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July 8, 2022 14 min

Dr. Mariel recaps this season's lessons and highlights and gives a sneak peek to what to expect in the upcoming season.

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Leaving legacies of abundance starts with how we parent according to breaking cycles. Kier and Noémie Gaines help us understand how they're disrupting cycles as a couple.


Kier and Noémi are a multi-passionate millennial family featuring Kier, a licensed mental health therapist, his wife, Noémie, an intellectual property and entertainment lawyer, and their daughters Emery and Syd. You can find out more about ...

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Healing ourselves and becoming a more conscious version of ourselves is a necessary evolution when we are trying to show up more healed in our relationships. Sheleana Aiyana helps us to understand the layers of ourselves that require work in order to break the cycle.


Sheleana Aiyana is an author and spiritual counselor. You can find out more about her work at And you can...

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Healing through writing can facilitate an important release of emotions and a healthy practice to get in touch with the layers of our life. Morgan Harper Nichols helps us to navigate how writing can be healing and the ways it has helped her in her own journey.


Morgan Harper Nichols is writer, mixed-media artist and designer inspired by stories. You can find out more about her work at And y...

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Sometimes breaking cycles is a way in which we honor the people in our lineage who couldn't. Oludara Adeeyo takes us through how she broke cycles for herself and for family who didn't have that opportunity.


Oludara Adeeyo is a  psychotherapist, psychiatric social worker,  and author of the book Self-Care for Black for Black Women. You can find out more about her work at And you can...

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Childhood trauma leads to adult consequences. In this episode Dr. Mariel dives into some of the common consequences of childhood trauma and adds one consequence you may have not suspected.


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Childhood trauma are typically measured by the Adverse Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (the ACEs). It's a clinical tool with some important information, but also some faults. Let's dive into it and learn more about the questionnaire and how it can be used as a cycle breaking tool.


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Toxic positivity can be invalidating to our emotions. Pyschotherapist Whitney Goodman offers us some wisdom on how to let go of toxic positivity and invite in authentic emotional expression.


Whitney Goodman is a radically honest psychotherapist, author, and the owner of The Collaborative Counseling Center in Florida. You can find her book Toxic Positivity here and connect with her at

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Self-honoring and self-devotion is a radical way to break cycles within ourselves. Juliet Diaz, a bruja and  author of several books on self-honoring, offers us a look into self-devotion and the practices that can help guide us to liberating our divine selves.


Juliet Diaz comes from a long line of curanderos and is an author of multiple books, including her most recent The Altar Within: A Radical Devotional Guide to Libe...

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Our homes are the epicenters of traumatic energy. And the relationship dynamics that happen in the home can be the center of where healing can happen. Alyssa Mancao  talks to us about intergenerational trauma from the perspective of fractured relationships and calling out the elephant in the room.


Alyssa Marie Mancao is licensed clinical social worker and EMDR therapist with a clinical practice that's tailored around...

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Healing intergenerational trauma is not just about healing the personal wounds that run through our lineage, but also about healing the systems that perpetuate racial trauma and keep us unwell from generation to generation. Resmaa Menakem helps us to understand how to shed racial trauma at the systemic level and within our mind and bodies.


Resmaa Menakem is healer, New York Times Best-selling Author, trauma specialist wh...

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We learn self-betrayal from the modeling we see in our homes. Marriage and family therapist and self-betrayal expert, Maria Sosa, teaches us how self-betrayal is learned intergenerational behavior.


Maria Sosa is marriage and family therapist with a passion for helping people shed the layers of self-betrayal. You can find her work at and and che...

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Welcome to Break the Cycle with Dr. Mariel. A podcast that focuses on how we move from intergenerational trauma to intergenerational abundance. Every day I teach people from all walks of life how to break the cycle of trauma in their own lives. And I would like to extend these types of conversations onto this podcast. Join me and my fellow healers as we teach you how to break the cycle. 


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Developing healthy relationships is a large part of how we heal the wounds implanted in us by the relationships of our past. Marriage and Family Therapist and author, Elizabeth Earnshaw, takes us through the ways in which your relationships mirror your parents’ relationships and ways to free yourself from those patterns.


Elizabeth Earnshaw is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Gottman Ther...

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*Trigger warning* - childhood trauma and abuse content.

Childhood trauma is at the center of continued cycles of intergenerational pain. In this episode, author, childhood trauma survivor, and healing facilitator, Nate Postlethwait shares how we can start to look into our past to heal what’s still hurting in the present and ways in which healers can increase their accountability in helping survivors of trauma.


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