Episode 8

Supporting Others With Trauma: Charles O'Nash

Published on: 21st June, 2021

In today's episode, our guest speaker is Charles O'Nash. He is a former GM of a major corporation, life long childhood friend of mine, and a coach. We explore what PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) looks like from a personal and professional standpoint, and how to help support others such as loved ones as well as employees that struggle to manage their symptoms. We discuss what to look for and techniques that help navigate symptoms. Also discussed are the 12 symptoms of C-PTSD (Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).


Victor Marx Article “12 LIFE-IMPACTING SYMPTOMS COMPLEX PTSD SURVIVORS ENDURE”- https://victormarx.com/12-life-impacting-symptoms-complex-ptsd-survivors-endure/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyt_aismX8QIV1G1vBB230ghrEAAYASAAEgJVP_D_BwE

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Navigating trauma
Trauma sucks. This podcast will identify types of trauma and give tips to help navigate through it all from a trauma therapist. I'm on a mission to help one million people start healing past wounds!

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Hayley Adams

My name is Hayley Adams, CMHC, LPC, CCTP. I am a retired Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) veteran and licensed therapist. I graduated in 2017 from Thomas University with a Masters in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Addictions. I also have credentials in trauma treatment. I understand trauma from both personal and professional lenses. My behavioral health background began 15 years ago on a volunteer basis where I worked with Native American tribes to provide mental health support to teen mothers. From there, my passion for people began to grow full force. I got my start as a therapist working in a Therapeutic Community (TC) in a prison providing rehabilitation services. I went on to work for a few dual diagnosis centers working in addictions after that. I then branched out and began curriculum development writing therapeutic content for three distinguished dual diagnosis centers. Wanting to broaden my horizons, I worked for an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). There, I specialized in working with first responders, trauma cases, crisis care, and family issues. My love for people didn’t stop growing there. I wanted to help more individuals on a wider scale. As a result I started the Traumagility podcast and coaching academy. I’m on a mission to help at least ONE MILLION individuals find healing in their lives.