PTSD, Jesus and Me There is much stigma to mental health issues in America and in the world. It is, perhaps, the most overlooked healthcare issue in society today. However, when we choose to address it and surround ourselves with people who refuse to let us ignore it, there IS healing and there IS Hope. This is a podcast hosted by a trauma survivor, a CPTSD patient, and a thriver. This raw and real podcast seeks to educate through story, science, and a faith that heals because of a God who understands our sufferings.#PTSD #Anxiety #Depression #MentalHealthMatters #EMDR #RRT #LFS #Survivor #Jesus
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This is part one of season three finale of the Wednesdays With Watson podcast, and a portion of Amy's story never published anywhere else.
Purity Culture messaging, particularly in Generation X has served to harm more than help. This episode highlights a first hand account of how constant bombardment of purity culture messaging affected Amy as a survivor of sexual abuse. While she is clear on this ep...
"One evening, my child came up to me and asked, “Daddy, can I chop your vegetable scraps?”
That one question opened my eyes to all the possibilities that exist for me - and for you - when we embrace the connecting power of cooking and eating together with our children."--Chef Kibby
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What if it were as simple as adding healing foods to your toolkit? Trauma survivor and wellness coach Nicole Patraw joins the Wednesdays With Watson Podcast! Nicole brings such wisdom as it pertains to nutrition, particularly when trauma and present, and for children. Her amazing story and how she turned her pain into purpose is nothing short of amazing and is the true definition of healing. Listen in as Nicole helps us, because th...
This is a special solo episode that recaps our series on racial trauma as well as an update as to where we are going and what our efforts have accomplished.
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PTSD, JESUS & ME (first season, my diagnosis and journey to it)--Season 1
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Do we want to be part of the solution? This episode provides amazing insight from a well respected black therapist. Want the world to change?
Remember CHANGE is a complete sentence.
"I am a part of the change I wish to see"--Dr. Catherine Jackson
The Wednesdays With Watson podcast awarded one of Dr. Jackson's patients funds for pro bono counseling. This is the purpose of this podcast, if you are interested in supporting t...
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What are the dynamics in multi-cultural families? What about the trauma that is sure to come with any adoption? How does society receive white families who adopt outside their race? How does the black and brown community feel about it? How does society as a whole feel about it?
Curator of the This Mom Knows Podcast, Jenn Uren and her husband, Jim, got the surprise of their lives a...
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As we continue our series on racial trauma we welcome Podcaster TJ McKnight to the microphone. TJ brings great insight for those of us who want to understand trauma that happens in both black and brown communities. TJ's example won't surprise you but his solution is so simple and the com...
Is a complete sentence. What would happen if we just changed? What if we understood? What if we listened? What if we stopped trying to fix the ills of racial trauma and first listened to those who do not look like us? Do we even know or more importantly care about trauma that other communities, endure?
How do we understand without making survivors of racial traumas our professors? Today, two very special people agreed to do j...
This is a bonus episode of Amy's visit to Allentown, PA where she spoke at the First Baptist Church of Allentown. This episode is also on YouTube in video form. Click here for our YouTube page.
Special thanks to Dr. Charles Reed and his wife for this special invitation. It was a full circle moment for our ministry as in many ways Amy's ministry started with another speaking opportunity at the same church.
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As we continue to highlight mental health awareness month this episode includes a very special announcement regarding the mission of the Wednesdays With Watson Podcast. Make sure you stay tuned to the end!
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This is a must listen for parents who are raising children living with trauma. Jeremy helps us understand trauma and what it does to the developing brain. Jeremy provides hope in this episode, he explains the science of trauma in a way that is practical and helps parents get their child help.
Trauma and the developing brain, what do we need to know? Why does childhood traum...
The Wednesdays With Watson Podcast is honored to bring Amber Cullum, host of Grace Enough Podcast to our microphone. Amber has a message for all of us. "You don't have to have the Amy Watson story to experience trauma that needs to be addressed and has consequences".
Does trauma occur in seemingly healthy, two parent families? How does said trauma affect our parents and what is the trickle down as children wa...
Our mission is simple. It is to remind you that YOU MATTER. To that end it is our goal to provide access to help through this podcast as well as fundraising efforts. We have established and disbursed our first pro-bono counseling scholarship and will award 3 more in 2022! If you would like to donate you can find ways to do that using the "Connect With Amy" link below.
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"I left my house with more survival skills than relationship skills"--Sherrie Pilkington.
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How does childhood trauma affect us in adulthood? How do adult survivors of trauma respond to new trauma in adulthood in a healthy way? How do they properly face adult trauma and loss with no context?
This episode with podcast host, Sh...
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Breaking The Chains Of Generational Trauma:
In this solo episode, Watson introduces the back half of season three. We will address trauma in the home, more specifically, childhood trauma. We will discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences these experiences are wildly accepted as a measurement of trauma and when those experiences become toxic stress that we carry into adulthood. Those experiences are:
Using The Enneagram To Understand Trauma episode with enneagram coach Karissa Harrison here.
We are pleased to provide an unscheduled, capstone episode that will end our series on trauma, loss and the enneagram. This episode features special guest Jennifer Dunlap and returning co-host, Crissy Loughridge.
As three close friends, we sat down and chatted about the series and cover some of the components of this topic we were ...
March 1, 2022
This podcast is from my heart to yours.
I got behind the mic for this unscheduled episode out of pure obedience for a little therapy. The events of the last two years topped off by more civil unrest and eastern Europe at war made me wonder, are you feeling like I am right now? I hope this episode will serve to encourage you to provide some much needed soul rest.
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"One of the biggest misconceptions of 9's is that we can't make a decision or that we don't have an opinion because one of the things that 9's struggling with is voicing their own opinion."
Today is the culmination of an entire half season we dedicated to helping us understand how we respond to loss and trauma. We do not believe the enneagram to be sacred or pagan but rather a tool we can ...
Amy & Crissy continue this series by sitting down with Jennifer Dunlap, who represents the enneagram type 8, the challengers. We continue to use the framework of the enneagram coupled with a gospel centered approach to help us understand how we process and heal from trauma. Enneagram Type 8's are often misunderstood, and this episode may help you understand yourself or someone you love, especially when trauma is present.
Amy & Crissy sit down with enneagram type 7, the enthusiast. The core fear of this type is being trapped in emotional pain, and so we were particularly interested in this interview. Our guest did NOT disappoint!
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This conversation was enriching as our guest is open and honest about how hard healing has been for her. Healing is hard for everyone, but it i...
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