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Sharing stories and experiences of Australians who have been through the adoption system. The stories are sometimes complex and tackle difficult issues which span over 50 plus years. From children that have been in an under resourced system to Australia's traumatic history of forced adoptions and the stolen generations. But through this darkness comes light - there are also stories of hope, courage resilience and love. My Unknown Truth is hosted by Nadia Levett who was born and raised in Aus ...
 
Presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock, Attachment Theory in Action is a weekly podcast featuring national experts from the field of attachment and trauma. Hosted by Karen Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, the podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Listeners sit in on Karen’s insightful, informative and inspiring conversations with leading attachment theory researchers and clinicians in the field.
 
Each Monday, Sarah invites a woman on the show to share their Messy Road of Motherhood. From infertility, adoption, and special needs to mom guilt, depression, and finding herself along the way...nothing is off limits. This is a space for women to freely share without judgment, because every woman’s story is worthy of being told.
 
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Karen welcomes Ed Coambs, a certified financial planner and therapist, to the show for the first part of their conversation about the relationship between one's financial decisions and their attachment history, the topic of his recent bookThe Healthy Love & Money Way: How The Four Attachment Styles Impact Your Financial Well-Being. Part two will be…
 
For National Adoption Month, Karen welcomes adoption advocate Katy Perkins, LCSW-S, to the show for part one of their discussion on what it means to be "adoption competent." Part two will be released Tuesday, November 23rd.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen wraps up her 4-part exploration of the book Baby Bomb with the conclusion of her conversation with the book's co-author Kara Hoppe. This is a follow-up to the prior two episodes with Dr. Stan Tatkin.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen continues her exploration of the book Baby Bomb with an all new conversation with the book's co-author Kara Hoppe. Part two will be released Tuesday, November 9th. This is a follow-up to the previous two episodes with Dr. Stan Tatkin.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen notches her landmark 200th episode by welcoming returning guest Dr. Stan Tatkin back to the show for an extended conversation about his new book Baby Bomb. Parts 3 & 4 with his co-author Kara Hoppe will be released on November 2nd and 9thDoor Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen notches her landmark 200th episode by welcoming returning guest Dr. Stan Tatkin back to the show for an extended conversation about his new book Baby Bomb. Parts 1 & 2 are with Tatkin, parts 3 & 4 will be with his co-author Kara Hoppe.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen welcomes therapist and author Catherine Young to the show for part one of their conversation on Young's Multi-Modal Attachment Therapy, or M-MAT model. Part 2 will be released on Tuesday, September 28th.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen welcomes author Kimberly Brubaker Bradley back to the show for the conclusion of their discussion on Bradley's book "The War That Saved Me," and how you can use fiction to better understand attachment.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen welcomes author Kimberly Brubaker Bradley to the show for part one of their discussion on Bradley's book "The War That Saved Me," and how you can use fiction to better understand attachment. Part two will be released on Tuesday, September 14th.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen welcomes journalist and author Mark Hagland back to the show for the conclusion of their two part conversation on his recently published book, Extraordinary Journey: The Lifelong Path of the Transracial AdopteeDoor Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
 
Karen welcomes journalist and author Mark Hagland to the show to discuss his recently published book, Extraordinary Journey: The Lifelong Path of the Transracial Adoptee. Part two of their conversation will be released on Tuesday, August 31st.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Karen welcomes psychologist, professor and author Dr. Alan Sroufe to the show for part one of their two part conversation about how we become the persons we are. Part two will be released on Tuesday, August 3rd.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Karen welcomes counselor and educator Dorothy Derapelian to the show for part one of their two part conversation about Derapelian's CoreAttachment® Therapy model. Part two will be released on Tuesday, July 20th.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Karen welcomes Dr. Lou Cozolino to the show for part one of a two part conversation on his vast career, the highs and lows of academia, and his latest book, The Development of a Therapist. Part two will be released on Tuesday, July 6th.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Today, Karen concludes her eight-part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history of Attachment Theory. In the final episode, Karen welcomes Dr. Robert Karen to the show as they wrap-up their two-part conversation on his landmark book, Becoming Attached.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Today, Karen continues her eight-part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history of Attachment Theory. In her final two episodes, Karen welcomes Dr. Robert Karen to the show for part one of their two-part conversation on his landmark book, Becoming Attached. Part two will be released on Tuesday, June 22nd.…
 
Karen continues her eight part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history attachment theory. In today's episode, she welcomes returning guest Dr. Howard Steele back to the show for the conclusion of their in-depth conversation on John Bowlby's influence on the study of child development.…
 
Karen continues her eight part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history attachment theory. In today's episode, she begins her third interview by welcoming returning guest Dr. Howard Steele back to the show for part one of their in-depth conversation on John Bowlby's influence on the study of child development. Part two of this disc…
 
Karen continues her eight part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history attachment theory. In today's episode, she begins her second interview by welcoming author Bethany Saltman back to the show for an in-depth conversation on Mary Ainsworth's contributions to attachment theory, particularly her strange situation procedure.…
 
Karen continues her eight part series of four interviews exploring the roots and history attachment theory. In today's episode, she begins her second interview by welcoming author Bethany Saltman back to the show for an in-depth conversation on Mary Ainsworth's contributions to attachment theory, particularly her strange situation procedure. Part t…
 
Continuing her four interview, eight-part miniseries on the roots and history of attachment theory, Karen welcomes science journalist and author Deborah Blum to the show to discuss her 2002 book Love At Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Launching a four interview, eight-part miniseries on the roots and history of attachment theory, Karen welcomes science journalist and author Deborah Blum to the show to discuss her 2002 book Love At Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection. Part two will be released on Tuesday, May 11th.…
 
Karen welcomes counselor and author Jessica Sinarski to the show for the conclusion of their discussion on her work in making brain science accessible and entertaining, and how her Riley The Brave books have helped patients of all ages.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Karen welcomes counselor and author Jessica Sinarski to the show to discuss her work in making brain science accessible and entertaining, and how her Riley The Brave books have helped patients of all ages. Part two of their conversation will be released on Tuesday, April 27th.Door Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
Karen welcomes therapist and educator Dr. Kelley Munger to the show for part one of their two part discussion on attachment relationships in educational settings, and her work with FuelEd. Part two will be released on Tuesday, April 13thDoor Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
 
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