Head/Heart Therapy’s Conversations with a Wounded Healer podcast isn’t just for therapists!
- Are you fascinated in why people think, feel and behave the way they do?
- Are you interested in spirituality and how it impacts our human experience?
- Are you on a journey towards recovery from trauma, mental health issues, disease, or addiction?
- Are you curious about how social justice issues impact our healing?
- Are you in a profession or personal role where you care for other people?
- Are you working towards becoming the best version of yourself?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above…we have the podcast for you!
Conversations with a Wounded Healer features fascinating, engaging and unscripted interviews with a vast array of people from around the world – united by a common theme of exploring how people do our own healing work while helping others in a hurting world.
Host Sarah Buino, LCSW, CADC and founder of Head/Heart Therapy, Inc. developed Conversations with a Wounded Healer to shine a light on how countless people in caring professions are on a parallel healing journey along with their clients, attending to their own humanity while caring for others. It’s about conversations, connection, and community building, what we can learn from each other, and how we can help heal each other.
We’re cultivating a space where we celebrate vulnerability, authenticity and “showing up.” Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a place to meet people we hope will inspire, inform and entertain you…help you heal and grow…and who you can relate to at the same time.
Conversations with a Wounded Healer was inspired by C.G. Jung’s “wounded healer” concept, where the healer’s own hurt gives the measure of power to heal. Another one of Sarah’s heroes, Brené Brown, puts it best: “Mindfully practicing authenticity during our most soul-searching struggles is how we invite grace, joy and gratitude into our lives.”
We hope this marriage of vulnerability and professionalism in Conversations with a Wounded Healer will do just that for you…enjoy!
192 – Kira Macoun – Somatic Movement And Embodied Activism
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191 – Allison Staiger – Rage And The Emotional Labor Of Parenting
“I think the wounds are where we kind of catch [...]
190 – Satya Doyle Byock – Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood
“That's what I find in Jung's work, which is a [...]
189 – Kerri Kelly – Confronting the Myths of Whiteness and Wellness
“One of the really horrific and toxic things that wellness [...]
188 – Meagan Thomas – Counteracting Patriarchal Conditioning with Boudoir Photography
“Greatness doesn't come from a place of safety. It never [...]
187 – Linda Roberts – Love, Loss, and Learning to Communicate with Our Pets
“It's a beautiful gift, and it's a good reminder for [...]
186 – Dr. Barbara Shabazz – Accountability, Action, and the Path to Collective Liberation
“It's hard to foster community if you're constantly trying to [...]
185 – Caitlin Olsen – Coaching and Coping Through A Crisis of Faith
“Every woman that I talk to who's around my age… [...]
184 – Val Jencks – Embodying the Longevity of Wisdom
“I wrote an article on post-traumatic growth and how in [...]
183 – Shelby Leigh – Helping Healers Cultivate A Trauma-Informed Approach
“People that are willing to really lean in and be [...]
182 – Rayell Grayson – Holding Space for Emotional Evolution with Head/Heart Therapy
“While yes, I'm looking for this clinical growth and expansion, [...]
181 – Marvin Toliver – Advancing Black, Queer Liberation with Melanated Social Work
“It's so much easier to choose love. Hate has to [...]