The Road Less Traveled: A Conversation with Jennifer Yong
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by jennifer yong
5d ago
This episode with Jen Yong, Myrna's business partner delves into deep and meaningful topics including career changes, life changes, spiritual partnerships, friendship and healing trauma. Jen Yong is a lawyer and transformational coach. If you would like to connect with her, please email jennifer@myrnamccallum.co ..read more
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Service Without Sacrifice with Dimple Dhabalia
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by dimple dhabalia
5d ago
Dimple Dhabalia began her career as a lawyer but after a stint at the Attorney General's office in Denver, she found her calling as an asylum officer. Working for almost two decades at the crossroads of the government and humanitarian sectors, Dimple found her job fulfilling, but it also led to vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, moral injury, and burnout.  With a mission to put the word “human” back in “humanitarian,” she started “Roots in the Clouds” which - among other things - supports humanitarians around the world in challenging the narrative of service before self  and norma ..read more
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To Dehumanize is to Traumatize: My Conversation with Fritzi Horstman of the Compassion Prison Project
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by Fritzi Horstman
5d ago
Fritzi Horstman of the Compassion Prison Project discusses prisoners, policing, trauma, ACES, intergenerational trauma, the justice system, racism, and how our humanity can get lost in our occupations. This episode references acts of violence.  ..read more
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Service Without Sacrifice with Dimple Dhablia
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by dimple dhabalia
3M ago
Dimple Dhabalia began her career as a lawyer but after a stint at the Attorney General's office in Denver, she found her calling as an asylum officer. Working for almost two decades at the crossroads of the government and humanitarian sectors, Dimple found her job fulfilling, but it also led to vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, moral injury, and burnout.  With a mission to put the word “human” back in “humanitarian,” she started “Roots in the Clouds” which - among other things - supports humanitarians around the world in challenging the narrative of service before self  and norma ..read more
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Healing Sexual Harm Through Restorative Justice: a Conversation with Marlee Liss
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by Marlee Liss
6M ago
In 2019, Marlee Liss's sexual assault case became the first in North America to get resolved in a restorative justice process instead of ending up in a criminal trial. Today, Marlee Liss is a restorative justice advocate, award-winning speaker, and embodiment coach. Her story is a testament that restorative justice provides a rare opportunity for survivors to heal in a way that respects their need for boundaries, care, and consent...while also initiating a transformative process for those who cause harm. Marlee’s social media handle is @marleeliss. Find her work at www.marleeliss.com  The ..read more
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[From Indictment: the Criminal Justice System on Trial] Courtroom to Campfire: Harold Johnson's Final Public Lecture for Indigenous Justice
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by harold r. johnson, Benjamin Perrin
6M ago
Today's episode is a special one. I am sharing an episode of Ben Perrin's podcast, Indictment: the Criminal Justice System on Trial which can be found here: https://indictment.simplecast.com/ In the most recent episode of Indictment, Ben shares Harold Johnson's final public talk - and what a gift it is to listen to Harold one more time.  For more info on the Justice as Trauma Conference, please check out: www.justiceastrauma.ca  Below is a copy of Ben's show notes from the original Indictment episode:  Powerful. Unflinching. Visionary. Hear Indigenous lawyer and author Harold Jo ..read more
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Unpacking Restorative Leadership and Collective Healing: A Conversation with Louise Marra
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by Louise Marra
7M ago
Louise Marra is a systems healer and founder of Spirited Leadership and Unity House. By coaching companies and NGOs across sectors in New Zealand, Louise aims to create a space for what she terms "walking restorers." These individuals can foster new relationships and promote practices that help heal historical wounds that creep into today’s workplaces. Louise believes that leaders have the responsibility to bring restoration of past and present trauma into their organizations. Louise’s book is called “ReRoot: The Nature of Change Through the System of Trees”. Watch out for a trauma-informed le ..read more
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Exploring Complex Trauma for People of Colour: A Conversation with Natalie Gutierrez
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by Natalie Gutierrez
8M ago
Natalie Gutierrez, author of The Pain We Carry, Healing from Complex PTSD for People of Color, is a critical POC voice in a wellness space dominated by white trauma experts. Through her personal lens and professional lens as a Puerto Rican complex trauma therapist, Natalie explains how historical and cultural trauma is experienced by Black people, Indigenous people and People of Colour - and how cultural burdens and legacies inform our relationships and internal family systems.  Natalie is remarkable and you can catch her among a line-up of powerful presenters at the upcoming Justice As T ..read more
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Putting the Criminal Justice System on Trial: A Conversation with Benjamin Perrin
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by Benjamin Perrin
8M ago
The justice system in Canada is broken. It traumatizes people who go through it and leaves them worse off. But how can we change a system that refuses to transform itself? Today, I talk with Benjamin Perrin, a law professor at the University of British Columbia Allard School of Law. We talk about how this revolutionary author is shaking up the status quo with his book and podcast series, Indictment: Criminal Justice System on Trial, and about the tools and approaches that break the cycles of harm and trauma in incarceration. It's time to challenge the system!  Check out Ben's companion po ..read more
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Kisâkihitin nitanis: Truth & Reconciliation Day 2023
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by Myrna McCallum
10M ago
Kisâkihitin, nitanis means "I love you, my daughter" however many of my people also accept the interpretation, "I love you, my girl". This is a personal story about my mom and I. Her name was Judy Marilyn McCallum. This story is my contribution to National Truth and Reconciliation Day, 2023. One day - maybe - this story will be published among other stories in a book.  CW: I cover topics including suicide, sexual assault, child abuse, physical violence, residential school, Indian hospitals, medical experimentation and addiction. The National Indian Residential School Crisis Line provides ..read more
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