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*Trigger warning for all podcasts due to sensitive topic* This podcast is for adults about child sexual abuse prevention and related topics hosted by Zina Ponsell. Zina has a long history of working with children. She started her journey with a BA in Sociology as a Resource Coordinator for a Prekindergarten in 1997, where she assisted families and their children with daily life struggles. While working at the Prekindergarten, she began volunteering at a Rape Crisis/Child Advocacy Center with ...
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An enormous amount of time, money, effort, and good intentions goes into scientific research. But all too often the results aren’t shared – or effectively communicated – with those beyond the ivory tower of academia. The goal of Beyond the Jargon is to make academic research more accessible to a wider audience. Host Karen Albright engages listeners in a series of conversations designed to translate scientific research and to explore from a data-driven perspective the impacts of child abuse o ...
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Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse is a positive and uplifting series to help overcome the struggles that remain in our adult lives from experiences of child sexual abuse. Join Kathy Andersen, award-winning self-development author and survivor of childhood sexual abuse, as Kathy brings together inspiring guests and leading experts in areas including positive and clinical psychology, trauma recovery, and self-mastery and development to share practical approaches and new learnings to help adults br ...
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Today, we're joined by the pioneering Dr. Peter A. Levine, Ph.D. Dr. Levine is the developer of Somatic Experiencing®, a naturalistic and neurobiological approach to healing trauma, which he has developed over the past 50 years. In his just-released book, An Autobiography of Trauma: A Healing Journey, Dr. Levine, who has changed the way psychologis…
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Hi Everyone! Just tossed this together to invite you to our facebook group. Pop on over and join us. If you have any information you would like to share with others to better protect our children from pedophiles, you are welcome to share it within our private group. We are all better together! ZinaAv Zina Ponsell
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Welcome to our 3rd episode of Child Sexual Abuse Prevention by Zina. Consider this episode an introduction in speaking with your child regarding signs of possible child sexual abuse they may be exhibiting. This episode provides a sample scenario of a physical sign indicator of possible child sexual abuse on a younger child, and how to gently inquir…
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Today, Dr. Arielle Schwartz returns to join us—and we’re talking about her two most recent books that continue to help us overcome the impacts of childhood trauma in our adult lives. Dr. Schwartz is a renowned trauma expert, licensed psychologist, registered yoga teacher, and prolific author, and Dr. Schwartz joined us previously as a guest in seas…
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In this episode, additional statistical data and indicators of Child Sexual Abuse in Children and Teens are discussed. The information was obtained from the Darkness to Light Stewards of Children 2.0 training workbook, as well as Psychology Today. Don't forget this podcast is for adults only. Thank you so much for listening! Z…
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Today, Dr. Meg Jay returns and we’re talking about her new book that has just been released, The Twentysomething Treatment. Dr. Jay’s new book focuses on essential skills that we need to handle uncertainties—around work, love, friendship, mental health, and more. While Dr. Jay’s book and specialization focus on the "Twentysomething" age group, we s…
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Episode 1 provides a detailed introduction of your podcast host, Zina Ponsell. Additionally, information on the National Sexual Assault 24-hour Hotline called RAINN, Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, was introduced as a resource for any adult survivor of child sexual abuse. The RAINN website is www.rainn.org or call 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) to …
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Today we’re joined by Dr. Bruce D. Perry, M.D.,Ph.D. ​Dr. Perry's book, co-authored with Oprah Winfrey, What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing, has been translated into 26 languages and has been on the New York Times Bestseller list for over 100 weeks after becoming #1 on the list in April of 2021, and has sold over …
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This short episode is a brief introduction to upcoming podcasts on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, dropping on Thursdays beginning April 2024. I welcome you to join me! Send me an email at csapreventionbyzina@gmail.com. Ask me any questions you may have. We will navigate forward together in protecting children from sexual predators. I will better in…
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Today, we’ve reached our #1 most popular episode, 101 WAYS TO HEAL—PRACTICES TO HEAL TRAUMA & THRIVE, with special guest Linda Curran. Linda is a trauma specialist, clinician, best-selling author, film producer, and a sought after national trainer on trauma. When I read Linda’s book,101 Trauma-Informed Interventions, I knew I needed to introduce Li…
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Welcome to the Top 10 Series. Today, we’re at our #2 most popular episode, Triggered To Heal—Experiencing Release, Peace & Growth, with Dr. Karen Baikie, PhD. I started this podcast series in search of knowledge and experiences that can shift us beyond our abuse and trauma, because, as Maya Angelou encouraged us, “When we know better, we do better.…
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Today, we’re jumping into our #3 most popular episode, Breaking Myths and Revealing Paths to Happiness, Part 1, with Dr. Meg Jay. Join me with the extraordinary Dr. Meg Jay PhD (Dr. Jay’s TED Talk is one of the most viewed TED Talks with almost 12 million views—that’s because she is truly an inspiration and a voice of wisdom and knowledge!). In Par…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Jacquelynn Duron, associate professor at Rutgers University, and Melissa South, assistant director of the WISE Program at Children’s Aid and Family Services in South Orange, New Jersey, about their work to address and treat problematic sexual behavior in youth and help stop cycles of shame and …
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Today, we’re leaping into our #4 most popular episode, Trauma, Betrayal & Courage—Moving from Silence to Strength, with Dr. Jennifer Freyd. Join me as I talk with Dr. Jennifer Freyd PhD, to understand how betrayal from childhood trauma “show ups” in our adulthood, and ways we can overcome those effects. Dr. Freyd is the founder of The Center for In…
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Today, we’re at the #5 most popular episode, Healing Sex—Beyond Sexual Trauma, with special guest, Staci Haines. Staci is a national leader in Somatics, the field of connecting mind, body, brain, and behavior to allow us to release deep patterns of stress, anxiety and trauma that are stuck in our bodies. Staci has been in the field of somatics and …
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Kelley Fong, assistant professor at the University of California-Irvine and the author of Investigating Families: Motherhood in the Shadow of Child Protective Services, about her work exploring families' interactions with state and social service systems, particularly the child welfare system. …
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Today, we’re at the #6 most popular episode, Breaking Myths & Revealing Paths to Happiness – Part Two, with Dr. Meg Jay (and just as a little spoiler, Part One is also coming up as we get closer to #1). Dr. Jay’s TED Talk is one of the most viewed TED Talks with almost 12 million views—that’s because she is truly an inspiration and a voice of wisdo…
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Welcome to The Top 10 Series! Today, we’re leaping into our #7 most popular episode, Beyond Damaging Parents—Living Happily Ever After, with special guest, the wonderful Dr. Lindsay Gibson. Dr. Gibson dramatically and importantly spotlights how the “emotional immaturity” of parents can hinder and hold us back in our adulthood, and how we can regain…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Donna Bloom and Sarah Lehman, the Director of Legal Services and the Advocacy Coordinator at Denton County Friends of the Family, a non-profit organization in Texas that provides compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by domestic violence, about their work to promote safety, he…
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Welcome to The Top 10 Series! We’re taking time to step back and listen to the top ten episodes from the last three seasons before we launch into our upcoming season five. I think the value of The Top 10 is in reinforcing that trauma shows up in many different ways in our daily lives, but also in many ways that are similar. We share a lot of the sa…
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Welcome to The Top 10 Series! We’re taking time to step back and listen to the top ten episodes from the last three seasons before we launch into our upcoming season five. I think the value of The Top 10 is in reinforcing that trauma shows up in many different ways in our daily lives, but also in many ways that are similar. We share a lot of the sa…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Sharmaine Joyner, Program Manager for Project CATCH, about her work to build a collaborative case management model that provides youth-focused services to families and children experiencing homelessness. Project CATCH: https://southernusa.salvationarmy.org/wake/project-catch…
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Welcome to The Top 10 Series! We’re taking time to step back and listen to the top ten episodes from the last three seasons before we launch into our upcoming season five. I think the value of The Top 10 is in reinforcing that trauma shows up in many different ways in our daily lives, but also in many ways that are similar. We share a lot of the sa…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, host Karen Albright talks with Karen Fetherston, Executive Director of BeLEAF Survivors, about her longtime work with the Stop Child Abuse & Neglect (SCAN) program to provide direct service prevention education in schools. BeLEAF Survivors: www.beleafsurvivors.org Beyond the Jargon is brought to you by the Nati…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Galena Rhoades, Research Professor at the University of Denver and Executive Director of Thriving Families, a non-profit that provides support programs for women during pregnancy and postpartum to foster stronger family relationships and improve their well-being. Learn more about Thriving F…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Heather J. Risser, Director of the Family CARE Parenting Lab and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, about her work to partner with parents and community providers to find gaps in service acces…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Hank Puls, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and the Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, about his work to reduce child maltreatment, particularly physical abuse during infancy and early childhood.…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Lisa Schelbe, Director of the Child Well-Being Research Network and Associate Professor at Florida State University, about the importance of collaboration between researchers, policymakers, and practitioners—and why that collaboration is sometimes difficult to achieve. "Transition to Adulth…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Stephen Gruver, the Director of Social Services at the Salvation Army of Wake County, about his work to promote a safe and supportive environment for families and children, particularly through trauma-informed programs designed to coordinate services for those experiencing homelessness.…
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What are Family Resource Centers, and how do we measure their effectiveness in preventing child abuse and neglect? In this episode, Karen talks with Dr. Sara Bayless, a Vice President and researcher at the OMNI Institute, about the organization's work to measure the return on investment to local child welfare systems by investing in Family Resource…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Natasha Saunders and Dr. Etienne Archambault about their work to understand the scope and nature of the development of mental illness in children following physical assault. Dr. Saunders and Dr. Archambault are pediatrician-researchers at the University of Toronto, the Hospital for Sick Chi…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Dr. Heather Taussig, Professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work and an Adjunct Professor at the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect at the University of Colorado, about her work investigating the buffering impact of turning points…
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In this episode of Beyond the Jargon, Karen talks with Michele Fingerman, Vice President of Prevention Programs for the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, Larel Jacobs, Director of Hotline Operations for Childhelp, and Laura Schwab Reese, Assistant Professor at Purdue University, about their collaborative, data-driven work to incorporate text …
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Scientific research- how does it work? Dr. Dalton Conley joins us to discuss the process of scientific research— breaking down how it works, what it means, and how it’s used. Dr. Conley is the Henry Putnam University Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, pro-bono Dean of Health Sciences for the University of the People, and a faculty affi…
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Today, for the Season Finale for Season Three, we’re joined by Linda Curran. Linda is a trauma specialist, clinician, best-selling author, film producer, and a sought after national trainer on trauma. When I read Linda’s book, 101 Trauma-Informed Interventions, I knew I needed to introduce Linda to you all because she brings together so many differ…
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Today, I’m so grateful to be joined by Elena Morgan, formerly known as Ellen Morgan and prior to Ellen, known as Hilary Foretich. Elena’s mother, Elizabeth Morgan, was jailed for over 2 years in 1987 for protecting Elena from her sexually abusive father. Why was she jailed? Because after Elena revealed that she was being sexually abused by her fath…
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Today, I’m so grateful to be joined by Dr. Patrick Fratellone, MD. Patrick transformed my thinking and feeling about how doctors can help us heal and overcome the physical and emotional impacts of child sexual abuse in our adult lives. But that’s also because Patrick is not your conventional doctor—I hope he’ll do the same for you in this podcast! …
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Today we’re joined by Kathy Steele. Kathy is a psychotherapist, consultant, trainer, and author. In this podcast, we’ll be diving into skills and insights to help manage and heal the fragmented pieces of ourselves from our childhood abuse that often still sabotage us in adulthood. Kathy’s award-winning book, Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation:…
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John Callas is a Hollywood writer, director, and producer, and his work ranges from the worldwide release of feature films to motion picture trailers, national and international commercials, live action title sequences, and more. John’s book, When The Rain Stops, tells John’s own story of a young man who rose from the ghetto and struggled against n…
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Today, we’re joined by Deanna Hansen. Deanna is the founder of Block Therapy and Fluid Isometrics and is also a certified athletic therapist. For over 20 years, Deanna has helped thousands of people around the world heal from physical and emotional trauma through her programs, including her new 90-Day Trauma Relief program. I only found out about t…
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Today I’m so excited to be joined by Staci Haines. Staci is a national leader in Somatics, the field of connecting mind, body, brain, and behavior to allow us to release deep patterns of stress, anxiety and trauma that are stuck in our bodies. Staci has been in the field of somatics and engaged in social change work for almost 30 years. Staci is th…
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Today, I’m joined by Dr. Dionne Bates. Dionne is a licensed professional counselor who holds a B.A. in sociology, an M.A. in counseling psychology, and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Dr. Bates works with her clients to help them reach optimal mental health by teaching them to affirm themselves, affirm others, and live authentically. After almost 2…
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Today, I’m joined by the very special, Merle Saferstein. Merle is an educator, speaker, and author. Since 1974, Merle has amassed a collection of 380 journals, 359 of which have been turned into Vol 1 of her book, Living and Leaving My Legacy. Through Merle’s journaling, we experience the power of journaling to help us each move through our lives—t…
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Today, I’m thrilled to be joined by the spirited and energetic, Bernadette Pleasant! Bernadette is a fiery and sensual speaker, somatic healer, Founder of The Emotional Institute, Creator of Femme!, a mind-body wellness program, and creator of 400 Years, a somatic-based anti-racism program. She is known for channeling her personal journeys and radi…
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Today, I’m thrilled to be joined by Heather Plett. Heather is known internationally as an expert in the art of holding space. What does it mean to become an expert in “holding space?” Well, as Heather reflects, “ In my case, it took a lot of grief and trauma and many years of fumbling…” and she says, “I think it’s true that many of us end up teachi…
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I'm so grateful to be launching Season Three with the beautiful Agapi Stassinopoulos. I first met Agapi, and her equally beautiful sister, Arianna Huffington, when we were creating well-being programs for Arianna’s new endeavor Thrive Global. Right away, Agapi’s inner light filled every part of the room. Agapi’s latest book, Speaking With Spirit, i…
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Today, in this finale episode for Season Two, I’m truly thrilled to be joined by Dr. Karen Baikie—all the way from Australia! I started this podcast series in search of knowledge and experiences that can shift us beyond our abuse and trauma, because, as Maya Angelou encouraged us, “When we know better, we do better." But, turning knowing into doing…
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Today, I’m joined by Katherine Barner - counsellor, coach, grief & trauma expert, author, speaker, and advocate against child sexual abuse. Katherine experienced child sexual abuse when she was fourteen, and her journey through abuse and other life trauma have fueled her journey to help others in the work to which she dedicates herself. In this pod…
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Today, I’m joined by Naomi Halpern, Director of Delphi Training and Consulting which has achieved international recognition for its pioneering work in the fields of complex trauma, attachment, PTSD and dissociative disorders. Naomi is also co-author of the book Trauma Model Therapy, and a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma …
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