In this week’s episode David Bedrick speaks with Joanna: psychological activism; the social aspect of shame and shaming; bearing witness to the cultural psychic wound in the individual; the whitewashing of Martin Luther King; addressing the violence in the U. S. shadow in a healing environment; being an ally to the unheard and marginalized voices; waking up to internalized violence; the ancestors’ message.
David Bedrick, J.D., Dipl. PW., is a faculty member of the Process Work Institute and spent eight years on the faculty of the University of Phoenix. He speaks on the topics of shame, weight loss, social injustice, and alternative psychological paradigms. He is the author of “Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology”; he blogs for Psychology Today and the “Huffington Post” and counsels people internationally. His newest book is “Revisioning Activism: Bringing Depth, Dialogue, and Diversity to Individual and Social Change“.
“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik