Overcome and Heal
How does one find their voice, peace, and health after a traumatic event or past? The experts on this episode of Collaborative Connections Radio Show and Podcast explain how.
Host, Kelly Lorenzen, was joined on-air by special guests Michelle Jones, President of Trauma Integration LLC, Tristine Bogle, Owner of Good Habits Nutrition, and Amanda Schneider, Executive Director of Amplify Voices.
These amazing women shared personal stories, expert opinions, tips, and resources that will help anyone who has struggled with nutrition, dieting, trauma, sex trafficking, and/or sexual assault. If you, or someone you know, has been through any of those things, this is a must-listen. Be prepared for chills and maybe even a few tears.
Amanda Schneider, with Amplify Voices
Amanda is passionate about creating more empathy and compassion in the world. Coming from a background in entrepreneurship, public education, and corporate America, she has found her home in the nonprofit space. Amanda values connection and believes in the power of collaboration between like-minded individuals and communities. Her greatest joy in life is watching her three boys discover their own connection to the world around them. She is happily married to her husband of 18 years and is also the proud Mama to three rescue pittie mixes.
Amplify Voices is a nonprofit that trains and supports people in using their voice through speaking publicly to create positive change in the world. Its mission is to discover, develop and amplify the voices of those who have been historically silenced, misunderstood, or oppressed to bring more compassion and understanding to our communities.
Michelle Jones, with Trauma Integration
Michelle is the President and Co-Founder of Trauma Integration, LLC. She is an educator, a Certified Trauma Integration Practitioner, and truly loves connecting with people. Michelle firmly believes in the inherent resiliency within each of us and loves uncovering the light and strength in the people she meets.
Trauma Integration is an educational company that is passionate about helping people understand their own response to trauma. We provide resources to individuals and train practitioners to guide clients to mindfully integrate their trauma response and find wholeness within. You can find us at www.integratetrauma.com.
Tristine Bogle, with Good Habits Nutrition
Tristine is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She graduated from Arizona State University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Tristine has experience counseling patients with a variety of health conditions. She is empathetic and understanding of the challenges that we all face when implementing change. She enjoys finding behavioral and self-assessment techniques to guide clients into overcoming these challenges.
Good Habits Nutrition is a private practice Medical Nutrition Therapy and nutrition counseling company who take a whole food, whole-body approach to nutrition, health, and change. Good Habits Nutrition believes in simple, good habits that work for each individual person to improve their health. They see patients for weight management, diabetes, kidney disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, GI disorders, celiac disease, food allergies and intolerances, autoimmune issues, PCOS, disordered eating, and more! They are a safe place to discuss health goals and challenges without judgment.