Podcast
Image Copyright: Hearts and Bones Films, Spectrum Films, Lemac Films (Australia), Create NSW and Screen Australia. Used with permission.
Face2Face | Hugo Weaving, Bolude Watson, Ben Lawrence and Andrew Luri talk to Face2Face host David Peck about their new film about PTSD, the power of family and the responsibilities of journalists.
Podcast
"Music for the Changing Voice" demonstrates that music can heal fractured hearts. Image: Peter Stranks. Used with permission.
Victoria Fenner | Alyssa Wright, a singer-songwriter and cellist from Barrie, Ontario, talks about how her new show helped her heal from sexual abuse and deal with painful memories.
Podcast
Tuva Novotny and Pia Tjelta
Face2Face | Tuva Novotny & Pia Tjelta & Face2Face host David Peck talk about new film 'Blind Spot', shock and grief, parenting, PTSD and dealing with guilt, blame and responsibility.
Podcast
David Peck | Kelita and Face2Face host David Peck talk about country music, trauma, suicide, resilience, and the importance of story telling, listening and how we can break the “cycle”.
Blog
Image: Sarah Meghan Mah
Paniz Khosroshahy | A brave McGill student has recounted the countless ways she was re-victimized by a heartless university bureaucracy and the nuts and bolts of rape culture.
News
Image: Flickr/Chase Carter
Stefanie Krasnow | The trauma of sexual violence is not a personal issue that women need to heal alone in private rooms; it's a public health concern, an epidemic that deserves to be given voice in the streets.
News
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John Soos | A remarkable first-hand account of a psychologist tasked with training Palestinian therapists to treat PSTD in a live war zone.
Activist Toolkit
| A how-to guide for those recovering from a traumatic incident, or how to help someone else who is.
Podcast
The F Word | Ariana Barer and Nicole Deagan, along with guest Leigh Malone, discuss the social climate around sexual abuse, silence and shame, the phenomenon of mother-blaming, and the role of feminism in healing.
Activist Toolkit
| A workshop about how community activists can support homeless people
Podcast
Jennifer Efting | Jennifer from People's Health Radio had the chance to speak with Tamika Middleton and Cara Page of the Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective from their base in Atlanta, Georgia.