Teri’s vision for the Healing Place Podcast is one of hope and healing. Her mission is to help listeners connect with guests on a heart and soul level. As both producer and host, she conducts the interviews as a conversation between friends, filled with informative discussions, laughter, and guidance for listeners. These on-air conversations are abounding with inspiring people living motivational experiences.
Teri, please allow me the privilege and honor to say THANKS for hosting such an AWESOME podcast with me recently! Your gentle and understanding Spirit allowed me the freedom to share from deep within my heart. I have had many positive comments on our discussion together. If there is ever anything that I can do for you, please let me know and consider it DONE! I have found a wonderful friend in you. Keep up the great work! Blessings!
I was so grateful to participate and have the opportunity to be interviewed by Teri on The Healing Place Podcast. I found Teri to be so engaging, that the Podcast felt more like a meaningful conversation between two close friends than an interview. I'm inspired by Teri's gift to lead with her heart and passion to bring healing and hope to her audience. I learned so much from Teri during our conversation and appreciate having a new friend to share this amazing journey with.
Teri Wellbrook makes podcasting fun! Being on her show "The Healing Place" was such an uplift. She made it such a joy, asking question of me and her other guest Dr. Sara Gilman as we spoke of the "Keeping the Peace" project. Teri's heart is in the right spot and she puts it out there so purely.
First things first...THANK YOU! I didn't even know you or the work you are doing before being invited on your Podcast. Since learning more about you, I have been consistently referring clients & shared your web site & podcasts with our team of mental health professionals, so they might do the same. I have received wonderful feedback that it helped people feel connected, not alone, brought greater understanding to a variety of life experiences, as well as providing further resources. Your heartfelt work is making a difference in the lives of others. Thank you for being an example of 'doing your own healing work' and following your heart with integrity & genuineness.
Sara Gilman, Psy.D., L.M.F.T., President/Owner
Coherence Associates, Inc.
What an honor to meet Teri and be a guest on the Healing Place Podcast. This podcast is a true avenue offering hope for healing.
Teri creates a safe space for conversations about healing trauma. Her podcast brings light to the ongoing work of abuse recovery, and lets survivors know that they are not alone.
Wow! This is awesome~I love it and you are so talented! I think you have found your calling. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Teri interviews individuals who are willing to share their story and their purpose in an effort to connect people and bring healing to the planet. I am a firm believer of story telling as a way to connect. While it may be "uncomfortable" it is necessary if we want to learn about each other and gain perspective on how the world continues to evolve. Each one of us has a story and our experiences inform the way we interact in the world. By understanding our own story and the story of others we can have more compassion for ourselves and others. That is a dream come true! How about you?
What a treat to talk to Teri on her podcast! Teri’s warm, welcoming, and conversational style makes talking easy and leads to interesting insights, that neither guest, host, or listener might expect.
It was a complete delight being interviewed by Teri - actually more like a visit with a long time friend. I felt less questioned than drawn out and engaged. Our world is so lucky to have Teri and her wide vision for healing.
Thank you so much for the opportunity to share tonight. You are an incredible host! You have a heart of gold! So blessed to know you!
It was a pleasure speaking with Teri on her podcast. She is a gracious host who seems to know exactly how to lead the conversation to create great value for the listeners. It was truly a great experience.
Amir A. Rashidian, DC
Thanks again Teri for hosting such a great episode!!! I totally loved chatting with you and believe that sharing our stories will help many people know that they are not alone and that there is hope and recovery!!!
Talking to Teri is like talking to a good friend. She asks the really curious questions and demonstrates genuine interest in your responses. Her passion to see trauma-informed change comes through with the diverse voices she has featured in her podcast series. Her skill, vision, and passion are a much needed gift to the movement. I am grateful for her!
Emily Read Daniels, M.Ed, MBA, NCC, SEP in training
Teri Wellbrock is a Trauma-warrior, healer and spiritual listener. Among one of her many gifts is Teri's ability to sit with those on her podcast with the express purpose of bearing witness to their story. While on her show I got the sense that Teri loved people and that I was listened to with genuine interest and fascination. Her very presence allows people to open up and share of themselves.
Rev. James Encinas
Teri Wellbrock creates the space and time to explore vital issues. She gives a gracious and generous interview. The experience of connecting with Teri was refreshing, rewarding and encouraging. It is wonderful to know that Teri is out there creating moments of hope and healing.
Sue Fort White, Ed.D., Executive Director
I thoroughly enjoyed the interview with Teri. She possesses a largesse of Spirit and Heart that invited me to feel open, welcome, and comfortable in her presence. I can share the podcast interview we had proudly. Thank you, again, Teri!
Teri has a knack for embracing you with her warmth, beaming smile and style – even if it’s a stretch through the screen! She eased me, effortlessly, into a conversation that meandered comfortably through hills and open valleys of the heart. I’m so grateful that I took my podcast ‘maiden voyage’ on The Healing Place... a pretty perfect platform for a newbie like me. Thank you Teri!
Amit Janco (Ms)
Teri is a true #traumawarrior! Her energy and brilliance made recording of the podcast feel like I was reconnecting with an old friend. I was honored to be counted amongst her esteemed guests. As a bonus, I've seen a boost in the sales of my books.
My experience in talking with Teri on her podcast was excellent!! She is incredibly easy to talk to and makes it a very enjoyable experience!
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I treasured my time talking with Teri on her healing podcast. She is warm, welcoming, and introduces survivors and allies to silence breakers, break-the -cycle parents, and leaders creating trauma-informed change.
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2023 Episodes Include
Episode 280: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Shembra – Healing Gifts of the Harmonic Egg: Utilizing Sound, Light, Color, and Sacred Geometry
Episode 281: Stephanie Sarazin - Honoring Your Truths Along the Ambiguous Grief Journey
Episode 282: Elaine Starling – Lessons of the Abundance Journey: Welcoming Divine Love through Giving and Receiving
Episode 283: Elliot Kallen – A Brighter Day: Guidance on Preventing Teen Suicides
Episode 284: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Laura Shofroth – The Miracle of You: Body and Mind Transformation through Holistic Healing and Wellness
Episode 285: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Candace Blair – Soul Fire Social and the Healing Gifts of Sacred Cacao Ceremonies and Kundalini Yoga
Episode 286: Mary Giuliani – It’s Not About Food, Drugs, or Alcohol: It’s About Healing Complex PTSD
Episode 287: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Amy Spadafora – An Understanding of Iridology, Herbology and Flower Essence for Your Healing Journey
Episode 288: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Lora Solomon – Wounds to Wisdom & Understanding the Intersection Between Trauma and the Physical Body
Episode 289: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Bob Lee – Empowering Lives with Heroes on Horseback
Episode 290: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Adam Sharon – Chinese Medicine and a Focus on Releasing the Binds of Trauma
Episode 291: Healers of Hilton Head Series: Terisha Tatter – The Healing Gifts of Pilates and Massage Therapy
Episode 292: Claire O’Leary – Empowered Voice Traveling Exhibit & Voices Heard E-Zine
Episode 293: Cendie Stanford and Jessie Graham – Why ACEs Matter and the Role of Reachers in Healing Trauma
Episode 294: Tashina King – Empowered to Greatness: Working to Transform, Empower, and Thrive Along Your Healing Journey
Episode 295: Danielle Bernock – Defining Church Hurt; Becoming a Victorious Soul; and Unconditional Love as a Healing Tool
Episode 296: Sarah K Grace – A Deep Conversation on the Power of Intuitive Healing
Episode 297: Victoria Rader – Are You Resistant to Surrendering and the Miracle of Empowerment?
Episode 298: Marjorie Turner Hollman – Finding Sacred Gifts Through the Liturgy of Easy Walks
Episode 299: Brigitte Cutshall – How to Move from Surviving to Thriving
Episode 300: Dawn Kohler – Divine Messages and the Role of a Master Level Executive Coach
Episode 301: Melanie Ryan, LCSW – A Discussion on Transmuting Triggers and the Secrets of the Golden Shadow
Episode 302: Heather Ivany – An Enlightening Walk with a Spiritual Mentor: Akashic Readings, Clair Abilities, and Meditation for Your Healing Journey
Episode 303: Magic Barclay – Wholistic Natural Health Australia Insights to Healing and Understanding PNEI Pathways
Episode 304: David Essel – Helping Two Million People a Day: The Empowering Mission of a Positive Thinking Leader
Episode 305: Joshua Cameron – How Unresolved Trauma is Causing Chronic Pain in Your Body & the Miracle Healing System
Episode 306: Kristen Blythe – The Four Prerequisites for Healing; and Releasing Inherited Ancestral Burdens
Episode 307: Betsy Hill – Neuroeducator Discusses “Your Child Learns Differently, Now What?”
Episode 308: Rachel Awes - An Art Playgroundist Guides Us on Scrumptious Self-Care
Episode 309: Justin Frandson - Leading Expert in Athletic Performance Helps Us Understand the Health Impacts of Electromagnetic Fields
Episode 310: Diane Petrella – Healing Emotional Eating for Trauma Survivors
Episode 311: Tina Davidson – A Discussion on: Let Your Heart Be Broken – Life and Music from a Classical Composer
Episode 313: Madeline Popelka – A Trauma Survivor's Insights on How You're Going to Be Okay
Episode 314: What Does it Mean to be a Real Life Human Being as a Therapist?
Episode 315: Tamara McClintock Greenberg - Understanding Complex PTSD
Episode 316: Rosie McMahan - The Transformative Power of Reconciliation
Episode 317: Geralyn Ritter - A Conversation on Recovering "Bone by Bone: A Memoir of Trauma and Healing"
Episode 318: Special Edition - Skye Claire (pen name) - The Best Bedtime Stories for Stressed-Out Adults
Episode 319: Marsha Vanwynsberghe - What is Radical Responsibility and What Does It Mean to Own Your Story?
Episode 320: Antonia - What Happens When Fear Meets Love?
Episode 321: SPECIAL EDITION: FB LIVE with Hilary Bilkis & Joy Hawk - Activation: What Is It and How Can It Help You Along Your Journey?
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