WELCOME TO THE TRAUMA TALKS PODCAST
The Trauma Talks Podcast is a monthly series that examines a different experience of trauma in each episode. The presenters, Jeremy Sachs and Katherine Cox are joined in each episode by a different panel of guests who bring with them there lived experience of trauma. The podcast examines the challenges of living with trauma, investigates current work being done in the field, (from frontline services to policymaking) and shares practical coping strategies. None of the episodes go into detail about traumatic events, it is designed to be information sharing, educational, supportive and sometimes even fun! The aim is to challenge and dispel stigma and myths around types of trauma. To give survivors a platform to communicate their own messages and to give a voice to silenced communities.
Series one is out now and covers:
Series one episode listing
1. The Trauma Talks: Covid-19
2. The Trauma Talks: Male childhood sexual abuse
3. The Trauma Talks: Prisons
4. The Trauma Talks: Birth PTSD
5. The Trauma Talks: Chemsex
6. The Trauma Talks: Intersectionality
7. The Trauma Talks: Season Finale
The second series is being recorded now and includes guests such as; The London Victims Commissioner, Cruse Bereavement Support, Umbrella Lane Sex Workers community group and many more - not to mention experts through experience at the heart of each episode.
Due out at the end of 2022
THE SHOW PRESENTERS
presenter, producer & editor
Jeremy is an Integrative Psychotherapist, participation expert and writer. In his private practice he works with individuals, relationship/couples and also works as a group therapist.
He has expertise in working with survivors of trauma, the LGBTQ+ community, young people and students, longterm or chronic illnesses, sex and sexuality as well as depression and anxiety.
More information can be found on his website or Twitter
Katherine has a background in social work and 12 years experience working as a psychotherapist with different individuals and groups who have experienced trauma including sexual abuse, HIV, life limiting health conditions, bereavement, suicide and self-harm.
She is committed to and passionate about promoting people's ongoing ability to make reparative connections with themselves, their world and with others following trauma and those connections building lives and communities of resilience.
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