The Divine Feminist

Episode Twenty Two: Trauma, Safety and Multi-faceted humans, with Jane Claire Bradley

April 28, 2020 Ceryn Rowntree with Jane Claire Bradley Season 2 Episode 22
The Divine Feminist
Episode Twenty Two: Trauma, Safety and Multi-faceted humans, with Jane Claire Bradley
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The Divine Feminist
Episode Twenty Two: Trauma, Safety and Multi-faceted humans, with Jane Claire Bradley
Apr 28, 2020 Season 2 Episode 22
Ceryn Rowntree with Jane Claire Bradley

Following on from last month's discussion on re-membering ourselves in times of trauma, Ceryn chats about trauma, safety and being a multi-faceted human with fellow therapist Jane Claire Bradley.
 
 Jane is the integral counselling therapist behind Rebel Therapy and is also a writer, performer and creator and host of the monthly spoken word nights That's What She Said in her home town of Manchester. Elsewhere Jane hosts writing workshops and retreats within the North West of  England.
 
 Together the pair discuss the different types of trauma that impact us both individually and collectively, and the ways in which those traumas can manifest within us.
 
 Sharing insights from her work together with aspects of her own experience, Jane talks about the ways in which we can work through and overcome the painful and restrictive impacts of trauma.
 
 Talking about Jane's Rebel Therapy, she and Ceryn also talk about sub-cultures, identity and what it is to be your multi-faceted self in a world so keen to keep us "normal".
 
 Episode notes

  • To learn more about this week's guest in all of her multi-faceted glory, head to janeclairebradley.com or follow her on Instagram, where she is @janeclairebradley
  • Or, to lean more about Rebel Therapy, and Jane's approach to counselling visit rebel-therapy.com
  • Within the episode Jane mentioned Waking the Tiger by Peter Levine. Check out the book here, or via your local independent bookstore
  • Music is Start again, copyright Alex (2014), sourced through YouTube and available to hear in full here
  • If you'd like to know more about working with Ceryn, and about Soul-Led Therapy, her approach to talking therapies, click here
  • And remember, to keep up with the latest from Ceryn and the podcast follow @divine.feminist on Instagram

 

Show Notes

Following on from last month's discussion on re-membering ourselves in times of trauma, Ceryn chats about trauma, safety and being a multi-faceted human with fellow therapist Jane Claire Bradley.
 
 Jane is the integral counselling therapist behind Rebel Therapy and is also a writer, performer and creator and host of the monthly spoken word nights That's What She Said in her home town of Manchester. Elsewhere Jane hosts writing workshops and retreats within the North West of  England.
 
 Together the pair discuss the different types of trauma that impact us both individually and collectively, and the ways in which those traumas can manifest within us.
 
 Sharing insights from her work together with aspects of her own experience, Jane talks about the ways in which we can work through and overcome the painful and restrictive impacts of trauma.
 
 Talking about Jane's Rebel Therapy, she and Ceryn also talk about sub-cultures, identity and what it is to be your multi-faceted self in a world so keen to keep us "normal".
 
 Episode notes

  • To learn more about this week's guest in all of her multi-faceted glory, head to janeclairebradley.com or follow her on Instagram, where she is @janeclairebradley
  • Or, to lean more about Rebel Therapy, and Jane's approach to counselling visit rebel-therapy.com
  • Within the episode Jane mentioned Waking the Tiger by Peter Levine. Check out the book here, or via your local independent bookstore
  • Music is Start again, copyright Alex (2014), sourced through YouTube and available to hear in full here
  • If you'd like to know more about working with Ceryn, and about Soul-Led Therapy, her approach to talking therapies, click here
  • And remember, to keep up with the latest from Ceryn and the podcast follow @divine.feminist on Instagram