trauma

MVP81: The Approach with Eddie Quinn

Eddie Quinn is a UK-based martial arts instructor across multiple disciplines, but most well known in the Silat, Filipino Martial Arts and Muay Thai communities as well for his groundbreaking self-protection system, The Apprach.
In this interview I chat …

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MVP81: The Approach with Eddie Quinn
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MVP77: Trauma, Recovery, Revenge? Interview with Psychotherapist Ellis Amdur

Ellis Amdur has worked in the field of crisis intervention since 1989. He has developed a range of training and consultation services, as well as a unique style of assessment and psychotherapy. These are based on a combination of phenomenological psychol…

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MVP65: Shaun O’Gorman – PTSD in Law Enforcement

It would be fair to say that Shaun has seen his fair share of violence and depravity throughout his life. In fact, more like many lives worth.
But it has not defined the man he has become today. Despite it trying its very best.
Shaun O’Gorman is a highly…

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S6. Ep. 6: The Truth About Women’s Self Defense with Savannah Archambault

Savannah Archambault is a self-defence instructor and founder of SAVage Hybrid Combat Systems based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Growing up in a military family, Savannah always had an urge to protect her community and be of service. She eventually found…

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S6. Ep. 6: The Truth About Women's Self Defense with Savannah Archambault
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S6. Ep. 2: Trauma Informed Self-Defense with Pamela Armitage

Pamela Armitage is not your typical self-defence instructor. She wasn’t a lifelong martial artist, a cop, a soldier, or anything of the sort. She was a dancer, a model, a sister, a daughter, and a yoga teacher. Through her own experiences, she developed …

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S6. Ep. 2: Trauma Informed Self-Defense with Pamela Armitage
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