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A monthly podcast hosted by David Treleaven, author of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, featuring a variety of guests speaking about the intersection of mindfulness, meditation, and trauma.

A monthly podcast hosted by David Treleaven, author of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, featuring a variety of guests speaking about the intersection of mindfulness, meditation, and trauma.
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United States

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A monthly podcast hosted by David Treleaven, author of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, featuring a variety of guests speaking about the intersection of mindfulness, meditation, and trauma.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 6 | Paula Ramírez

12/10/2019
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In this episode, David interviews Paula Ramírez, a mindfulness teacher currently working with humanitarian workers and trauma survivors at the United Nations. Paula and David discuss her adaptations of mindful body scans when working with differently abled people, cultural adaptations Paula has made in offering mindfulness to displaced and traumatized communities, and self-care practices she engages in when offering Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness work.

Duration:00:55:23

Episode 5 | Daniel Rechtshaffen

10/18/2019
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In this episode, David interviews Daniel Rechtshaffen, mindfulness educator and author of the book The Way of Mindful Education. They discuss the connection between mindfulness and ecology, being in right relationship with our natural environment, and the ethics of bringing mindfulness into different community settings.

Duration:00:46:47

Episode 4 | Jessica Morey and Charisse Minerva (iBme)

9/13/2019
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In this episode of the TSM podcast, David interviews Jessica Morey and Charisse Minerva, Guiding Teachers at Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme), a nonprofit organization that offers trauma-informed mindfulness programs to youth and their families. They discuss how mindfulness providers can embody principles of trauma-sensitive practice, the difference between secularization and secularity in mindfulness practice, and the role of nature and resilience in trauma-sensitive practice....

Duration:00:56:56

Episode 3 | Sam Himelstein

8/7/2019
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In this episode of the TSM podcast, David interviews Sam Himelstein — a psychologist, educator, and author of the book Trauma-Informed Mindfulness with Teens (Norton, 2019). Sam details how he builds trust with youth when teaching mindfulness, and the most effective trauma-informed principles and practices he’s learned over the years. Dr. Sam Himelstein is a licensed Psychologist who worked in the Alameda County Juvenile Hall. He founded the Center for Adolescent Studies and has written...

Duration:00:55:39

Episode 2 | Rhonda Magee

6/30/2019
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This month's guest is Rhonda Magee, a powerful teacher and thought-leader focused on integrating mindfulness into higher education, law, and social justice. Rhonda discusses racial justice as an aspect of living mindfully, and how to bring, in her words, "compassion together with truth telling." Rhonda is also author of the forthcoming book, "The Inner Work of Racial Justice" (Norton, 2019).

Duration:01:29:25

Episode 1 | Will Kabat-Zinn

5/21/2019
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In this inaugural podcast, David sits down with meditation teacher Will Kabat-Zinn to discuss his thoughts and insights about trauma-sensitive mindfulness. Will Kabat-Zinn has practiced Insight Meditation for over 15 years. He has taught mindfulness and meditation to diverse populations--neuroscientists at the Mind and Life Institute, incarcerated youth in NYC and Oakland, and business and technology leaders in Silicon Valley. He leads retreats regularly at Spirit Rock and at meditation...

Duration:00:46:35