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Deconstructing the narratives that define our lives in order to find the common humanity in all of us. This podcast explores the intersection of psychology, spirituality, and society as a way to navigate the current political climate in a healthy way. https://www.alchemycounselling.ca/
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With this podcast I aim to help people with my knowledge and the deconstruction to give them the tools, knowledge, security and understanding to help them with their healing journey, partner, (C-)PTSD, PTS or the like.The aim is to help people cure themselves or at least improve their journey to getting cured and not just healed and to finally have a life worth living again - not just surviving.The original goal was to just tell my path, but while doing the podcast I realized the dire situat ...
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In this episode we will talk about what a healthy relationship looks like. The perfect relationship depends - of course - on your preferences, life and so much more. That is a science of and on itself. We just focus on a healthy relationship, that has the best chances to last and bring you happiness. We first talk about communication, then respect,…
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In this conversation, Alice and Rachael discuss the importance of embracing difficult emotions and developing a relationship with them. They explore the power of gratitude for emotions and how it can lead to healing and transformation. They also delve into the significance of authentic mirroring in relationships and the role it plays in personal gr…
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In today's episode, Rachael speaks with Zara Neukom as they engage in a captivating conversation exploring the transformative modality of Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). Zara shares her personal journey to AEDP and how it has become her clinical home, offering insights into its depathologizing framework and emphasis on the in…
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In this episode we talk about how love is not enough. Though this episode is going to be a bit different again, because - for one - it is something that is so deeply painful and hard to accept - that it is very difficult to talk about it. A deep wound almost all of us share. Some in great - some in lesser extent. Contact: contactme@johannadraconis.…
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In this episode we will talk about building up your support system - especially about solutions until new relationships are possible, which I forgot to address last time and offered just an answer, but not a solution. Your healing progress is a long journey - and good company makes it a lot easier and enjoyable. We first talk about online groups, t…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is comedian Doug Smith. Doug is a former Jehovah’s Witness who is searching for silver lining in growing up inside a doomsday cult. We talk about how his family got involved with the Jehovah’s Witnesses and what it was like to walk away. Check out Doug’s podcast: Jehovah Boy with Doug Smith Guest Website/Social Med…
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In this episode we will talk about being ready for a healthy relationship - a burning question for most. Which is understandable as a partner is invaluable in life - be it a romantic or platonic partner. We first talk about stable situation, then emotional range, then taking care of others and then the checklist. Contact: contactme@johannadraconis.…
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Michael and Emily are joined by Caitlin Shields, Partner and 5D Quantity Surveyor at Mitchell Brandtman in the first episode back for 2024. Having joined us as a guest at Helix Legal's #Notanotherconstructionconference, we were super keen to sit down with Caitlin and chat about what influenced her to become a QS, what a normal day in her work life …
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Sarah Stankorb! Sarah is the author of the book Disobedient Women, which is a culmination of years reporting on women who used the internet to call out abuse within their evangelical communities. It is a book for and about people of faith and those who have walked away. The deeply researched work gives long-over…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Sarah Stankorb! Sarah is the author of the book Disobedient Women, which is a culmination of years reporting on women who used the internet to call out abuse within their evangelical communities. It is a book for and about people of faith and those who have walked away. The deeply researched work gives long-over…
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In this episode we will talk about achieving this new “me” that seems often so far away and some even believe is a myth. Or are you trying to return to your old true self? Both follow the same path that seems to be so hard if not impossible to find. But today we really focus on the steps to take to achieve the new “me” - if you never had a healthy …
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Greg Garrett! Greg is a writer, speaker, musician, and professor. He’s the critically acclaimed author of over two dozen books of fiction and nonfiction including his latest, “The Gospel According to James Baldwin: What America’s Great Prophet Can Teach Us about Life, Love, and Identity.” Greg studied at Okl…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Greg Garrett! Greg is a writer, speaker, musician, and professor. He’s the critically acclaimed author of over two dozen books of fiction and nonfiction including his latest, “The Gospel According to James Baldwin: What America’s Great Prophet Can Teach Us about Life, Love, and Identity.” Greg studied at Okl…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the return of the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield! We continue our discussion on stories from what we refer to as the Old Testament from the Christian and Jewish perspectives. This episode we cover the story of the great flood. Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” an…
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In this episode we will talk about emotions once again, but this time about loosing control over them. That can take many forms and is sadly usually a common aspect in dealing with PTSD and also during the healing progress. We first talk about how it makes things harder, then about abusers and healthy people, then why you loose control and then how…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the return of the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield! We continue our discussion on stories from what we refer to as the Old Testament from the Christian and Jewish perspectives. This episode we cover the story of Cane and Abel. Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” and …
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Michael and Emily are joined by Jackson Hills, Manager of Policy and Strategic Engagement at QShelter. Jackson is a tireless advocate for advancing policy based solutions addressing social and affordable housing needs and homelessness in Queensland. The episode explores the impact of population growth on housing and homelessness in Queensland and w…
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Guest Info/Bio: Part 2 of my conversation with the amazing Dr. Janet Kellogg Ray! Dr. Ray currently teaches biology at the University of North Texas and speaks and writes at the intersection of science, culture, and faith. We discuss the disconnect between faith and science and why science isn’t at odds with religion. She is an adjunct clinical ass…
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In this episode we will talk about mens mental health. Contact: contactme@johannadraconis.com Transcript: https://www.johannadraconis.com/episode165 [1] Suicide fuel/Incel https://incels.wiki/w/Suicidefuel https://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Pages/Download/3e2842ed-6270-4d21-9b8f-86eb72f95e98/PageSectionDocuments https://www.adl.org/resources/backgr…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome Dr. Janet Kellogg Ray! Dr. Ray currently teaches biology at the University of North Texas and speaks and writes at the intersection of science, culture, and faith. We discuss the disconnect between faith and science and why science isn’t at odds with religion. She is an adjunct clinical assistant professor at the…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Pastor/Author/Podcaster Derek Kubilus. Derek just released a fantastic book on the topic of Hell, how we came to view Hell as we do, and what that says about how we view God. Derek is an ordained elder serving in the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church. He is also a member of the Order of Saint L…
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In this episode we will talk about time and life with the questions “Do I have enough time left” and “Is my life over” - which is something I went through myself and I hear so often. It’s common to get entrapped by it - and finding the answer is hard. We first talk about why do we feel like we are running out of time, then is it too late for me, th…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Pastor/Author/Podcaster Derek Kubilus. Derek just released a fantastic book on the topic of Hell, how we came to view Hell as we do, and what that says about how we view God. Derek is an ordained elder serving in the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church. He is also a member of the Order of Saint L…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Mohammad Khalil! Dr. Khalil is professor of religious studies, director of the Muslim Studies Program, and Adjunct Professor in the College of Law at Michigan State University. HIs speciality is Islamic thought, and much of his research revolves around Muslim conceptions of and interactions with non-Muslims.…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Mohammad Khalil! Dr. Khalil is professor of religious studies, director of the Muslim Studies Program, and Adjunct Professor in the College of Law at Michigan State University. HIs speciality is Islamic thought, and much of his research revolves around Muslim conceptions of and interactions with non-Muslims.…
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Michael and Emily are joined by Matt Bourne, CEO of Roberts Co, for the 10th episode of the Deconstruction podcast. We really enjoyed getting to know Matt and learning more about Roberts Co. Matt is a leader driving positive cultural change in construction and particularly tells us about the benefits of implementing a 5-day work week on site. We ch…
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In this episode we will talk about feeling like a child and not like an adult - often accompanied by feeling overwhelmed and lost. One of the more general issues, but also an absolute key element on recovering from trauma - especially if it happens in the childhood. Especially if neglect and parentification is involved. We first talk about are ther…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the return of the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield! We discuss stories from what we refer to as the Old Testament from the Christian and Jewish perspectives. This is part 1 of 2. Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” and recognized as one of our nation’s leading “Preac…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the return of the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield! We discuss stories from what we refer to as the Old Testament from the Christian and Jewish perspectives. This is part 1 of 2. Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” and recognized as one of our nation’s leading “Preac…
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In this episode we will talk about how the mind can affect the body - and the other way around. If you keep getting sick or have this weird illness that just won’t go away, then that might be related to PTSD. I can confirm the same - the issues I had disappeared one by one during my healing progress. After years and years of riddling doctors and ev…
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Join us as we explore the world of non-bank financing in this episode with Michael Kearney, Director at Denning Investment Partners. We discuss the key differences between banks and non-bank financiers, how Denning Investment Partners and non-bank financiers generally assess loans in the construction industry, and the industry's response to shiftin…
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All new season of From the Void coming in October! Subscribe now! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/from-the-void-podcast/id1572325461 Our Sponsors: * Check out HelloFresh and use my code deconstructfree for a great deal: https://www.hellofresh.com/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-deconstructionists/donations Advertising Inq…
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In this episode we will talk about basically the saying “what doesn’t kill you make you stronger” - which I am sure most of you have heard. It is known officially as post traumatic growth - or PTG - but it has mixed opinions. I wanted to talk about this for a while since I came across this review of research of Post traumatic growth or PTG where he…
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In this episode we will talk about basically the saying “what doesn’t kill you make you stronger” - which I am sure most of you have heard. It is known officially as post traumatic growth - or PTG - but it has mixed opinions. I wanted to talk about this for a while since I came across this review of research of Post traumatic growth or PTG where he…
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In this episode we will talk about parents and if they were “good parents” - while there are many ways people define if someone is a good parents or not, we will - of course - focus on the trauma perspective, because it is sadly the root of many evils. The main point of this episode - helping to understand, to find and to resolve past issues. First…
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In this episode, we are joined by Laura Madden and Juanita Mottram, co-founders of Eve Renovations and Eve Workwear. Eve Renovations strive to employ qualified tradeswomen and to provide a pathway for female apprentices to work in construction. Laura and Juanita talk to us about the challenges of founding an all female construction company, benefit…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield and part 2 of our conversion. Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” and recognized as one of our nation’s leading “Preachers & Teachers,” by Beliefnet.com, Fox News regular contributor, Washington Post blogger, and think tank Presid…
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In this episode of the podcast, Emily and Michael talk to Jason Banks, Head of Leadership at TIACS. TIACS, short for "this is a conversation starter" is an incredible organisation which was born through the realisation that there were too many barriers to free mental health support for the blue collar community. TIACS provide a free text and call s…
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In this episode we will talk about being scared or anxious - sometimes both at the same time. Usually it’s a cry for help by your overwhelmed brain. The feeling of fear is a very familiar feeling for those dealing with PTSD and can greatly impact your healing process. We first talk about why fear is a good thing, then the brain is confused, then wh…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is the amazing Rabbi Brad Hirschfield! Listed for many years in Newsweek as one of America’s “50 Most Influential Rabbis,” and recognized as one of our nation’s leading “Preachers & Teachers,” by Beliefnet.com, Fox News regular contributor, Washington Post blogger, and think tank President Brad Hirschfield is the a…
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In this episode we will talk about being tired - something basically everyone who deals with PTSD is familiar with it. You feel tired, low on energy or lazy - depending on perspective. But there is a good reason for it and you probably shouldn’t be too hard on yourself. We first talk about how to know it is happening, then where the energy is neede…
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In this episode, I finish my talk with the master somatic practitioner and my dear friend, Tanya Wishlove. Here, she talks about the ways our bodies are hardwired for our benefit and survival. She shares how through SE practices, we can move through stuck processes looping in our system releasing them: coming home to ourselves.…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Chris Hoklotubbe! Chris serves as both an assistant professor of Classics at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, in his capacity of teaching courses on Christianity and world religions , and as director of graduate studies for NAIITS: An Indigenous learning community. Dr. Hoklotubbe (Choctaw) teaches cour…
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Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is Dr. Chris Hoklotubbe! Chris serves as both an assistant professor of Classics at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, in his capacity of teaching courses on Christianity and world religions , and as director of graduate studies for NAIITS: An Indigenous learning community. Dr. Hoklotubbe (Choctaw) teaches cour…
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In this episode we will talk about scars - or in other words - the things that remain. I often say that the experience changes us - like climbing a mountain does, but what do we have to accept as that change and what can we still change after all? Since it’s the 4th of July with a lot of veterans affected, I thought it is a good time to talk about …
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In this episode, I talk with the master somatic practitioner and my dear friend, Tanya Wishlove. Tanya has been practising SE for over 15 years. She has studied trauma-informed somatic practice for over 5 years, and is currently in the 3rd year of a 4-year training program that further addresses the power of the body and nervous system to transform…
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Guest Bio: Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is an award-winning author, and he has written or edited more than twenty books. Oord has won the Outstanding Faculty Award twelve times as professor of Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, Idaho. Oord is known for his contributions to research o…
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In this episode we will talk about victim blaming: This is sadly a common reality that survivors face - as well victims of all kinds of things and even if anything bad happens to you. Victim blaming means one accuses the victim that their behavior has caused it and therefor they are to be blamed for what happened. We first talk about exceptions, th…
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