Tony Angus Chat Time Podcast

Sean O'Gorman - The Road to PTSD Recovery

September 11, 2020 Tony Season 1 Episode 14
Tony Angus Chat Time Podcast
Sean O'Gorman - The Road to PTSD Recovery
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Tony Angus Chat Time Podcast
Sean O'Gorman - The Road to PTSD Recovery
Sep 11, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
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Today Sean O'Gorman is a high performance and mindset coach with a no-bullshit approach.  But once upon a time, not so long ago, he was deciding how to end it all, such was the profound nature of his PTSD.  
A former Queensland (Australia) cop, in the K9 Unit, Sean has seen much conflict and violence.  This contributed to his debilitating disorder.  His battled let him to an extremely low point, which he openly discusses with anyone who asks.  From there he worked and studied and attended training programs and retreats.  The fact that he says he no longer has PTSD might indicate that he has hit upon something that is worth listening to.  He has certainly helped thousands of people from all walks of life, through his coaching, group training and his enormously popular podcast, The Strong Life Project.

NOTE:  Be advised that this episode contains obscene language.
WARNING:  Also be advised that this episode mentions suicide ideation.  If this is likely to cause you distress, please do not listen.  If you, or anyone you know, are struggling please call Lifeline on 131114.

Please enjoy the podcast :)

Show Notes

Today Sean O'Gorman is a high performance and mindset coach with a no-bullshit approach.  But once upon a time, not so long ago, he was deciding how to end it all, such was the profound nature of his PTSD.  
A former Queensland (Australia) cop, in the K9 Unit, Sean has seen much conflict and violence.  This contributed to his debilitating disorder.  His battled let him to an extremely low point, which he openly discusses with anyone who asks.  From there he worked and studied and attended training programs and retreats.  The fact that he says he no longer has PTSD might indicate that he has hit upon something that is worth listening to.  He has certainly helped thousands of people from all walks of life, through his coaching, group training and his enormously popular podcast, The Strong Life Project.

NOTE:  Be advised that this episode contains obscene language.
WARNING:  Also be advised that this episode mentions suicide ideation.  If this is likely to cause you distress, please do not listen.  If you, or anyone you know, are struggling please call Lifeline on 131114.

Please enjoy the podcast :)