Patricia Wilcox, LCSW, was a Guest on the West Coast Trauma Project’s Master Therapist Podcast

Pat-SmilIng-at-Book-SigningPatricia Wilcox, LCSW, Klingberg’s Vice President for Strategic Development,  has just been featured on the West Coast Trauma Project’s Podcast as a guest. The purpose of this podcast is: helping trauma therapists thrive. This podcast is now being listened to in 74 countries around the world. The host, Guy Macpherson, PhD,  interviews master trauma therapists, thought leaders and game changers in the field of trauma with the goals of raising the awareness of trauma and inspiring other therapists. He focuses on the journeys of incredible, passionate trauma therapists and learns what inspired them to get into the intensely demanding field of trauma therapy, the crucial mistakes they made, the advice they have for aspiring trauma therapists, and the steps they’ve taken to become masters in their field.

Pat’s interview is featured with those of Laura van der Noot Lipsky, Frank Putnam, Janina Fisher, Charles Figley, Christine Courtois and Peter Levine and many more.

You can access Pat’s interview here through the show notes or here through Stitcher Radio.

While you are there explore the other interviews and resources that are part of this valuable project.

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