Becoming Trauma-Informed

Lee Cordell

Welcome to Becoming Trauma Informed- The podcast where Dr. Lee and TLC bring you expert advice and strategies to understand what trauma is, how it affects our daily lives, and what we can do about it!

Dr. Lee is a DNP-prepared adult nurse practitioner a clinical trauma professional. She is an expert in helping people understand how past painful experiences affect their bodies & brains- and how to change their future for the better!

T. Lee Cordell, aka TLC, is Dr. Lee's co-host and partner (in business AND life!) He brings his research and historian experience to the podcast, helping us make connections and understand how history repeats itself.

Our podcast is explicit because we talk about lots of triggering and adult content (and we cuss on occasion!) so this is a content warning- listen with care & be gentle with yourselves.

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Episodes

S4EP22: Revolutionizing Relationships through Understanding Trauma and Codependency
05-12-2023
S4EP22: Revolutionizing Relationships through Understanding Trauma and Codependency
Send us a Text Message.What if you could reshape your relationships, ensuring they're healthier, fulfilling, and less codependent? That's exactly what we're about to explore together in this episode, navigating the complex terrain of trauma and codependency. Dr Lee and her husband, TLC, open up about their personal journeys through trauma, revealing how becoming trauma-informed can dramatically shift your relationship dynamics. They break down the concepts of codependency and trauma bonding, sharing firsthand accounts of how these often misunderstood dynamics have shaped their lives. From the influence of their upbringing to the critical importance of trauma-informed practice, they shine a light on the hidden forces that may be driving your relationships.  Learn how intentional communication, distress tolerance, and a deep understanding of self-care can transform your interactions with partners, bringing peace and connection. They also challenge traditional gender roles within relationships, highlighting the societal conditioning that often leads to harmful patterns. They share their own struggles and triumphs in creating a balanced dynamic, where each person's needs are met without sacrificing their well-being.  Finally, they uncover the unexpected benefits of becoming trauma-informed, emphasizing how it can foster closer, safer relationships, regulate emotions and improve mental health. Join Dr. Lee and TLC as they delve into these poignant topics, offering practical tips and insights that could revolutionize your relationships.Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP21: The Transformative Power of Setting Things Down
28-11-2023
S4EP21: The Transformative Power of Setting Things Down
Send us a Text Message.Want to join us for TRIPS ™ Conference & Here to Help for the Holidays? Learn more at https://itps.kartra.com/page/TRIPSconImagine if you could expand your capacity by simply shifting the way you perceive and approach letting go? This episode dives into the truth of how honoring your capacity often requires setting things aside (even if you enjoy them) in order to do the things that you are called to do.Leadership isn’t just about leading people, it’s about knowing where your true expertise lies, and having the courage to step into it by trusting those around you to pick up the things they are good at, and allowing them to support and carry you as needed in the service of your vision. Join Dr. Lee as she navigates the journey of fine-tuning trauma-informed leadership skills. Combining kindness with truth, curiosity with compassion, and discernment without judgment, she discusses her evolution and announces the Institute's latest supportive venture – a Facebook support group over the holidays that culminates in a 3-day conference on what it looks like to be Trauma-Informed, and Psychologically Safe. If you're yearning for a transformative shift in your life, this is your chance to join us and allow yourself to be supported through this empowering journey.Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP20: Education, Identity, and the Journey of Self-Discovery with Tamara Williams Van Horn
21-11-2023
S4EP20: Education, Identity, and the Journey of Self-Discovery with Tamara Williams Van Horn
Send us a Text Message.Life is a journey of self-discovery. Along the way, we overcome barriers, navigate systems, and most importantly, learn to be true to ourselves. Join Dr. Lee this week as she welcomes Tamara Williams Van Horn.  Tamara is an advocate for public education and a beacon of support for marginalized students. Together they uncover the magic and possibilities that education can offer to individuals and society. Traversing personal tales of overcoming adversity to excel academically, Dr. Lee and Tamara tackle the social determinants of health, the struggles faced by those in poverty, and how these factors shape the educational landscape. They celebrate "black excellence," acknowledge the power of education and the importance of creating space for diversity within the system.  They dive deep into the whirlwind journey of college choices and academic identity, discussing the pressure to conform to societal standards and the importance of mental health in academic success. The conversation culminates in exploring personal, gender, and sexual identity, confronting societal expectations and norms, understanding the struggle of fitting in, and the power of self-acceptance.   Guest Bio: Tamara Williams Van Horn, (She/They) is the Principal Responder for Auntiecorn Leadership Strategies. Their current work seeks to deconstruct the "differences that difference makes" through engagements of somatic animation and personal, community, and cultural service and exploration. Tamara is based out of Boulder, Colorado and is looking forward to building expansive experiential collaborations with you. Tamara loves, lives, and leads with Strategic Thinking® CliftonStrengths® themes and Wisdom, Transcendence, and Leadership character strengths.  Interested in working together? Connect for dialogue at tamvanhorn@gmail.com; @TamVanHorn (Instagram) and at Auntiecorn Leadership Strategies on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AuntiecornLeadership.  Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP19: Resilience, Identity, and the Art of Asking for Help: A Personal Story
14-11-2023
S4EP19: Resilience, Identity, and the Art of Asking for Help: A Personal Story
Send us a Text Message.After she launched the Institute for Trauma and Psychological Safety, Dr. Lee found herself caught up in the complex web of giving and receiving help. She knew she needed a perspective shift, and here's how she navigated through it all: with the help of her team and loved ones.  This week, Dr. Lee shares the candid details of her journey, revealing how it led to a deeper understanding of her own patterns around asking for help and the importance of self-care for both herself and her team. She also explores identity and its unhealthy attachment to our ability to help others. We often mix up our identity with our accomplishments and actions, a pattern which can lead to depletion and could potentially be life-threatening. Dr. Lee unravels the process of disentangling our identity from our actions, a critical step towards becoming more resilient, and thriving as opposed to just surviving. Making a difference doesn't always have to involve currency. At the Institute, we value all forms of support, even those that don't bear a price tag. Dr. Lee rounds off this week’s episode by inviting you to join us in this essential conversation on seeking and providing help joining our free 3-day event Nov 20-22, 2023, Here to Help. Click the link for more information or to register: https://institutefortrauma.com/heretohelp Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP18: Unpacking the Power of Getting Help as a Helper with Jenae Lyn
07-11-2023
S4EP18: Unpacking the Power of Getting Help as a Helper with Jenae Lyn
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever found yourself saying yes to everything, just to realize you've overcommitted? That's a narrative we're changing as I sit down with the extraordinary Jenae Lyn, head Instructor of the TRIPS™️ Certificate Program at the Institute. Together, we explore our shared experience of planning a transformation event, diving into our initial spark of inspiration, the frantic promotional phase, and the moment of reconsideration. As we chat, we're exposing the importance of creating a trauma-informed, psychologically safe space for entrepreneurs within their businesses. We're peeling back the layers of our conditioned drive to help others, even when it's not particularly beneficial. The conversation takes a deep dive into the shame that comes with not wanting to lend a helping hand, and how to understand when it's time to help ourselves instead. We're also unpacking the significance of understanding our personal capacity, the daunting task of overcoming people-pleasing, and the three core needs: physical safety, psychological safety, and joy. Jenae Lyn shares her journey from being a 'yes' person to giving herself time to weigh her options. As we navigate through the intricacies of truth, lies, and choices, we end with some helpful insights on setting holiday boundaries. It all culminates in an invitation to our FREE Here to Help event running Nov 20-22. Check it out here: https://institutefortrauma.com/heretohelp  Guest Bio:Jenae Lyn believes that heart and hustle are the keys to a life well lived. She spends her days creating meaningful moments in her human resources career and her nights unlocking human potential through coaching.She also spends her free time volunteering with one of the most untapped potential workforce groups in the country - the currently, and formerly, incarcerated. More typical pastimes include reading, snuggling her dogs, and finding opportunities to put her Spanish degree to use - and to graduate beyond playing anything other than Wonderwall on the guitar.  Connect with Jenae Lyn: FB: https://www.facebook.com/jenaelynismyname/Tiktok @jenaelynismynameInsta: @jenaelynSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP17: Cultivating Pleasure: A Path to Liberation and Empowerment with Toran McGill
31-10-2023
S4EP17: Cultivating Pleasure: A Path to Liberation and Empowerment with Toran McGill
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever wondered about the power of pleasure? What if pleasure had the potential to be your superpower, your healing tool, your path to liberation?  Toran McGill, also known as the Pleasure Priestess, joins Dr. Lee in a stimulating conversation about embracing pleasure in all aspects of life, from dealing with grief to navigating work and relationships. They deep dive into the importance of expressing emotions and challenging societal norms. Toran shares her personal journey and how she infuses her role as the Pleasure Priestess with fun, humor, and self-permission. They also explore Toran's unique Pleasure Priestess methodology that focuses on mind, body, and soul, giving us insight on how manipulation can hinder relationships and how expressing desires without fear can be liberating. This episode invites you to reimagine the narrative of pleasure. What if it wasn’t just a reward but a resource? What if the role of consent and self-permission allowed us to cultivate pleasure in our everyday lives enabling us to embrace pleasure in its full spectrum?  Guest Bio:Toran McGill supports people in shifting from a pain and punishment paradigm into their pleasure and potency lifestyle. Reconnecting people to their soulmates - their bodies. ●     The Pleasure Priestess●     Pleasure Embodiment Coach●     Trauma Informed and Pleasure Focused Certified Sex, Love & Relationships Coach ●     Certified Men’s Sexuality Coach and Certified Tantric Sex Coach●     Body Doula ●     Luminary of Pleasure ●     Daimyo●     Poet and Author   Connect with Toran:https://thepleasurepriestess.as.me/TandAhttps://www.toranmcgill.com/https://taplink.cc/toranmcgillSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP16: Beyond Traditional Methods: The Revolution of Joyful Leadership with Dana Shamas
24-10-2023
S4EP16: Beyond Traditional Methods: The Revolution of Joyful Leadership with Dana Shamas
Send us a Text Message.Is there more to leadership than traditional methodologies and cold, business-like environments?  Dana Shamas, an executive leadership and wellness coach, introduces us to a new way of viewing leadership: a blend of intuition, joy, and holistic techniques she uses in her coaching. Dana's transformative journey from conventional business environments to incorporating breath work, sound healing and more into her coaching style challenges the norms. Dana takes us through the often-overlooked impacts of gender norms on leadership styles. We explore how conditioned behaviours can limit our ability to lead and the vital importance of unlearning them to bring forth our inherent strengths. She walks us through the profound power of asking the right questions to truly understand our needs and desires, as well as breath work and its potential to prevent burnout. The episode draws to a close with a deep dive into emotional regulation and the indispensable role of setting boundaries in processing our feelings. Dana's insights into the power of presence and active listening promise to bring significant shifts in both personal and professional life. If you're looking to lead with heart and intuition, tune in to this transformative episode.   Guest Bio: Dana's in-depth knowledge of business and wellness allows her to introduce practical strategies and tools to improve emotional bandwidth, while her experience as an entrepreneur has taught her to master walking forward into the unknown. She loves sharing the tools you need to maintain your connection to clarity and peace, even in a chaotic and volatile world. Connect with Dana:https://www.linkedin.com/in/dana-shamas/@danashamascoachingSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP15: Harnessing Emotional Power for Personal Growth with Katie Macks
17-10-2023
S4EP15: Harnessing Emotional Power for Personal Growth with Katie Macks
Send us a Text Message.Experiencing a whirlwind of emotions? Feeling overwhelmed by the chaos of existence? This week's episode offers a thought-provoking exploration into our emotional landscape. This week, Katie Macks joins us to talk about the intricacies of internal conflict and the struggle to discover our authentic selves beneath layers of shame and societal expectations. Together, we dissect the harmful norms that underpin this inner turmoil and emphasize the importance of recognizing personal triggers and maintaining emotional equilibrium, especially during times of great stress.Katie shares experiences of consciously choosing gentleness and surrender in trying times, a lesson that can be applied to all facets of life. We question the limitations of the traditional medical model in addressing emotional distress and underscore the significance of hearing out the messages behind our feelings, rather than suppressing them. The conversation then turns to the profound realization that physical health issues can often be alleviated by simply allowing ourselves to experience our emotions fully.We wrap up the episode with a discussion on the potency of staying rooted and responsive, even during times of prosperity, the influence of our emotional state on our pursuit of peace, and how body language can shape the spaces we create for ourselves and others.   Guest Bio: Katie Macks is a leadership coach with Audacious Leadership. Katie supports and guides her clients on their journey to freedom through what she coins as "inner activism", with a focus on self-love and self-approval with a plethora of tools that release trauma to unleash their joy. Connect with Katie:https://www.facebook.com/katie.mackshttps://www.instagram.com/katie_to_the_macks/https://www.tiktok.com/@katie_macksSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP14: The Power in a Name: Tackling Identity and Self Perception with Erika Zeb
10-10-2023
S4EP14: The Power in a Name: Tackling Identity and Self Perception with Erika Zeb
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever considered the immense significance a name carries, particularly when it's your own? Erika Zeb joins us as we navigate the labyrinth of emotions, personal experiences, and legalities that changing one's name involves. We dive into how name changes, often triggered by significant life events like marriage or divorce, can profoundly impact our identity.  The complexities of identity go beyond names and into concepts like self-perception. Can we truly love and accept ourselves? Erika candidly shares her personal journey from career woman to stay-at-home mother, shining a light on the tumultuous emotional shift she experienced. We also scratch the surface of the societal obsession with beauty standards, unraveling the liberating potential of self-acceptance.  We also grapple with gritty topics such as reparenting, body acceptance, and the role of nourishment in our overall well-being. We round out the episode by underscoring the importance of empathy, understanding, and patience. Teasing you with a sneak peek of future episodes focusing on self-leadership, we invite you on this journey of self-discovery and transformation.  Guest Bio:  Erika teaches embodied confidence to leaders who are ready to stop spinning in self doubt so they can take consistent, bold, and aligned action towards their most authentic life and biz. She’s also a divorced, single mama of 2, dedicated to breaking cycles and healing generational trauma.  Links: Instagram: @the.erikazTikTok: @the.erikazFacebook: Erika ZebSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP13: Exploring Leadership through a Woman's Lens with Dr. Kimberly Wilson
03-10-2023
S4EP13: Exploring Leadership through a Woman's Lens with Dr. Kimberly Wilson
Send us a Text Message.This week we are excited to share an eye-opening conversation with the exceptional Dr. Kimberly Wilson, a retired Marine who transitioned from the battlefield to the boardroom. With a unique blend of personal experiences and professional insights, she unravels the complexities surrounding trauma within the military, a subject that's often swept under the rug. Dr. Wilson, also known as Dr. Burnout, takes us on a deep dive into the world of leadership, specifically from a woman's perspective. She provides a powerful narrative on the struggles women face in leadership roles, from being undervalued to dealing with societal pressures to be everything to everyone. As the conversation unfolds, we also delve into the impact of changing gender roles on men, discussing how they wrestle with societal and generational messages that can often lead to feelings of purposelessness and powerlessness. Rounding off our discussion, we address the authoritarian nature of military culture and how it affects recruitment and retention, before touching on non-authoritarian parenting, and financial wellness for the entire family. Buckle up for a journey that promises to leave you enlightened and inspired.   Guest Bio:  Dr. Kimberly L. Wilson aka Dr. Burnout supports banking and tech corporations to retain emerging women leaders, boost productivity, and increase happiness. She’s a speaker, streaming tv host, licensed therapist, and retired Marine. Connect with Dr. Kimberly: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-kimberly-l-wilsonYouTube: https://youtube.com/@drkimberlylwilson?feature=sharecTikTok: drkimberlylwilsonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimberly.l.wilson.98Facebook Business: https://www.facebook.com/DrKimberlyLWilsonInstagram: https://instagram.com/drkimberlylwilson?igshid=OGQ5ZDc2ODk2ZA==Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP11: Transcending Trauma through Spiritual Healing with Laura Mazzotta
19-09-2023
S4EP11: Transcending Trauma through Spiritual Healing with Laura Mazzotta
Send us a Text Message.Have you ever wondered how trauma can act as a catalyst for spiritual awakening? Laura Mazzotta, a distinguished Holistic Therapist, and Spiritual Coach, joins us this week to talk about exactly that.  Laura's personal journey of transformation began with a life-threatening bout of sepsis. We dive into her captivating story, discussing how we can connect with our energy and soul to achieve the pinnacle of wellness and authenticity. We also tackle the concept of mental wellbeing, offering a fresh perspective on being “toasty” versus being “toast”. We also examine the connection between trauma and spiritual awakening. We look at how trauma can often leave us feeling victimized, but it's through navigating these challenging experiences that we find a path to empowerment. Laura provides unique insights into how personal trauma journeys should be respected and recognized for their crucial role in grounding us in the human experience. We also explore how spirituality and personal beliefs intertwine and how these connections can be harnessed for healing and growth. Lastly, Laura shares her particular knack for helping people who feel stuck to better understand themselves and foster their spiritual connections. From auditory processing to awakening authenticity and self-trust, Laura's approach is all about creating space for healing and expansion. She encourages us all to carve out a little time in our day for spiritual practices and reassures that there are resources available to support our journey.  Guest Bio:  Laura Mazzotta is a Holistic Therapist of 20 years & Akashic Records Channel, grounding you into sustainable self-mastery, through expansion of your consciousness, confidence, and sovereignty in human connection. Connect with Laura: https://www.instagram.com/emergehealingandwellness/https://www.facebook.com/groups/expansionportal/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbcQ88JRcZ6blPbWKOzvAxghttp://www.tiktok.com/@emergehealingandwellnesshttps://www.theakashictherapist.com/Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP09: The Power of Inner Healing with Madeline Popelka
05-09-2023
S4EP09: The Power of Inner Healing with Madeline Popelka
Send us a Text Message.This week Dr. Lee is joined by Madeline Popelka, trauma survivor turned mental health advocate, as she shares her inspiring journey. Madeline is an author, and also the creator of the Healing from PTSD community. Her personal experiences with trauma, stigma and shame, often overlooked in literature around PTSD, echo through her voice, resonating with those who feel alone and unheard. Madeline's story is a vivid testament to the power of self-discovery and inner healing. She shares about her path to self-realization, how she learned to prioritize her needs over societal expectations, and how she found her true purpose and passion. Her life's trajectory, a clear deviation from her initial plans, is a symbol of her resilience and growth. Listen closely as she shares the wisdom she acquired from her healing journey - wisdom that will inspire you to find peace and contentment in your own journey. But healing looks different for everyone, and joy, as Madeline emphasizes, is essential to making life worth living. Even in the mundane, joy exists. Madeline shares insights as a nurse practitioner, and she explores understanding those who are stuck in a life they don't want but don't want to actively harm themselves. This enlightening conversation on healing from trauma and embracing individuality in the process is sure to inspire you to seek your own path towards healing.   Guest Bio:  Madeline Popelka is a trauma survivor, mental health advocate, and creator of @healingfromptsd, one of the largest trauma healing communities. She is the author of You're Going to Be Okay: 16 Lessons on Healing after Trauma. Connect with Madeline: Official Site: madelinepopelka.comInstagram: @healingfromptsdFacebook: @healingfromptsdTwitter: @healingfromptsdSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4EP07: Imposter Syndrome and the Entrepreneur's Journey with Shannon Mattern
22-08-2023
S4EP07: Imposter Syndrome and the Entrepreneur's Journey with Shannon Mattern
Send us a Text Message.Who says entrepreneurs must always have it figured out?  This enlightening conversation with Shannon Mattern, the founder of the Web Designer Academy, chronicles the roller coaster journey of entrepreneurship where success is accompanied by failures, and self-doubt often overshadows achievements. Shannon doesn't sugarcoat the business experience; she dives into the messy aspects of running a venture, encouraging self-reflection and self-compassion, and highlighting the role of vulnerability in leadership. This episode peels back the layers of Shannon's transition from a frustrating corporate job to a thriving freelance web design business and how she grappled with imposter syndrome and feelings of being unqualified. She shares her experiences of with internalized violence, and creating a culture of psychological safety within her team. Her approach to overcoming these hurdles reveals the power of realistic advice and of taking actionable steps. Drawing on her lessons, Shannon emphasizes the importance of authenticity in leadership. She reflects on the hard decisions she's had to make and her struggles with people-pleasing. Despite the challenges, Shannon's optimism is contagious as she talks about her gratitude for the lessons learned and offers encouragement to those experiencing tough times.  Tune in for a conversation that's brimming with relatable experiences and valuable advice for anyone running a business.  Guest Bio: Shannon Mattern is the founder of the Web Designer Academy where she helps web designers work less and make more money. She’s also the host of the Profitable Web Designer Podcast and the Simply Profitable Designer Summit where she shares strategies and advice to help web designers create freedom, flexibility and financial independence. Learn more and connect with Shannon at https://webdesigneracademy.com and https://webdesigneracademy.com/profitable-web-designer-podcast/  Learn more about Safe to Be Seen here: https://institutefortrauma.com/stbs Support the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com
S4E06: Braving the Unknown: The Role of Literacy in Healing Trauma with Oliver James
15-08-2023
S4E06: Braving the Unknown: The Role of Literacy in Healing Trauma with Oliver James
Send us a Text Message.Ever wonder about the transformative power of literacy? This episode, we're joined by Oliver James who has recently learned to read. His journey is a true testament to the resilience of the human spirit, demonstrating the profound difference literacy can make in understanding life, trauma, and the fear of the unknown.  Oliver candidly delves into his past, shedding light on the impact of his childhood experiences and trauma on his present and future. He explores the intricate interplay between past traumas and adult literacy, and discusses the crucial role of reading in reshaping neurological connections and facilitating healing. His courageous journey also underscores the importance of taking risks, building connections, and aligning our actions with our life's purpose.  As the episode unfolds, Oliver reveals how he overcame fears that once paralyzed him, offering invaluable insights on handling fear, building self-confidence, and embracing mortality. His journey to literacy not only empowered him to overcome his fear of flying and public speaking but also taught him the art of turning life’s curveballs into opportunities. Above all, his story highlights the power of continuous learning in transforming lives, breaking the cycle of trauma, and cultivating resilience.  Guest Bio:  Oliver James is a TikTok sensation, aspiring reader, and motivational speaker.  In his TikTok videos, Oliver often introduces himself by saying “I’m a 34-year-old manwho struggles with reading.” However, it wasn’t long ago that he would say “I can’tread.” He opens up about many deep struggles he has gone through with learning to read andhis mental health. His story has been so inspiring that he ended up being featured onABC’s Good Morning America, the Rachael Ray Show, NPR, and other major outlets. When he’s not working on reading or speaking, Oliver is tackling another new frontier:parenting his son who was born in January.  Connect with Oliver: You can find him as @oliverspeaks1 on YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, and TwitterSupport the Show.Want to connect with us?On the web: The Institute for Trauma & Psychological Safety On social: Instagram Tiktok By email: hello@institutefortrauma.com