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Insights and explorations into how unresolved collective transgenerational trauma
impacts us individually, in our family,
and in our society.

Linda Conyard

 Linda Conyard

Socialpreneur & Advocate for
Collective Healing

Articles


Insights and explorations into how unresolved collective transgenerational trauma
impacts us individually, in our family,
and in our society.

Linda Conyard

 Linda Conyard

Socialpreneur & Advocate for
Collective Healing

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Charged Up Studio Marketing Materials

 11 August 2022 / Interview

Creating Compassionate Empowered Workplaces with Linda Conyard

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The Alchemy of Business Show

 29 July 2022 / Interview

Healing Our Traumas & Transforming Our Systems with Linda Conyard

The Every Day Business Show featuring Linda Conyard

 Streamed live on 26 May 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Toni Lontis on The Every Day Business Show.

Coaches CONNECT With Your POWER Challenge

 19 May 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Kathleen Caldwell (C-Suite Coaching & Consulting Council), Dr. Anneli Driessen, Sheila Anderson, and Cindy TschosikDr. Anneli Driessen, Sheila Anderson, and Cindy Tschosik on Coaches Connect Challenge.

Stroke Of Genius Podcast Executive Experience

 Streamed live on 23 April 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Aaron Avila in Stroke TV.

Our Search For Healing

 22 April 2022 / Personal Empowerment

When we seek healing, we are usually seeking something to stop our suffering. We may be looking for a quick fix to take our attention off what is currently causing our pain. After finding the 'thing' that helped us move past this most recent painful experience, we may feel some relief. This may feel better, but how long does it last until we start to seek again?...

I Just Can't Meditate!

 08 April 2022 / Personal Empowerment

"I just can't meditate!" I have heard this so many times from people frustrated by their meditation efforts.
I have been learning meditation for over 20 years now, and I have tried many different kinds of meditation. My favourite time to meditate is in the early hours of the morning. It is such a beautiful quiet and gentle energy at that time of the day...

What Makes Sustainable Change So Challenging?

 01 April 2022 / Personal Empowerment

I’m sure we have all struggled with making sustainable change over our lifetime. Let’s take the idea of making a New Year’s resolution as an example. Over 80% of these resolutions are abandoned within a week. If change were easy, we wouldn’t have the multi-million dollar industry that offers support to change, ie: weight loss industry, wealth creation industry and relationship industry...

The Day I Couldn't Make a Coffee!

 23 March 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I work as a professional therapist resolving trauma and transgenerational trauma with my clients. As well as educating leaders along with their executives on becoming trauma-sensitive and how to create Compassionate Empowered Workplaces. I'm someone who has done at least 150 hours of my own personal trauma recovery work. Above those hours are the required hours of supervision to maintain my current membership with my overarching organisation for my profession...

The Legacy We Leave

 16 March 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I’m not sure if people understand the potential of the impact occurring for our young people, our children, and generations to come from this experience over the last couple of years with the pandemic.

I would like to share my thoughts on the potential transgenerational impact in this article...

Overwhelm: It’s a Killer

 09 March 2022 / Personal Empowerment

It was the second last year of my Masters, at one of the study group days, followed by lectures, that I noticed how exhausted I was feeling. I knew that I had been pushing myself quite hard, and I hadn’t really stopped for long enough to feel the effects of that. When I did stop, I recognized how massive the last few years had been. It was tough fitting everything in; the study and assignment writing, family, rescue animals, and a husband diagnosed with cancer (he is well and fully recovered)...

Good Grief: A Healthy Perspective of Grief

 04 March 2022 / Personal Empowerment

Grief is painful and is a natural and unavoidable emotion that is part of our human experience. Grief is not a feeling that we are all craving; instead, we are constantly pursuing happiness. Even so, we all experience grief and loss in our life. Here are some ideas on navigating the experience of grief...

Global Women for Good (GWG)

 March 2022 / Media Article

Pleased to announce that Linda Conyard, Founder, has joined us as an Ambassador for Good. She is most passionate about Eliminating all Unnecessary Trauma & Educating on Trauma Sensitivity. We are grateful for her work on SDGs 1-17, and look forward to further collaborations...

Craving the Comfort of Certainty

 23 February 2022 / Personal Empowerment

Something I noticed over the last two years of our global collective experience, is the challenge many people had with how to be with uncertainty. There was a craving for the comfort of certainty.

Uncertainty of what was ahead was so destabilizing for so many and it caused great suffering within relationships of all kinds. Being afraid of uncertainty either paralyses us or it can send us into what we saw in the supermarkets with the frenzied buying of toilet paper...

Journey Back Home

 16 February 2022 / Personal Empowerment

It has been a long journey for me personally to finally arrive home. My lived experience of hidden domestic violence throughout my childhood led me to hating myself and hating life and withdrawing to myself and my dysfunctional ways of being. Trying to kill myself at 12 with some tablets I found (I have no idea what they were but they didn’t hurt me), and it was the feeling of not wanting to be on this planet that was so deeply felt in me...

Back to school in 2022

 4 February 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I remember the days when it was so exciting to go back to school because I’d get all new books and pencils. New uniforms and school shoes. I loved that and I loved doing that with my kids. We are in a very different world today.

Whew, I’m so glad I don’t have children going back to school! A friend of mine shared an article on LinkedIn about how children may worry about returning to school despite safety measures. The safety measures referred to were the Victorian government’s back-to-school-plan...

Trauma Impacts Leadership - Learn How to Heal

 December 2021 / Podcast

We don’t tend to think of the workplace as a place where we need to overtly work with trauma. Trauma belongs in the domain of mental health. It belongs to your therapist, and not your leadership consultant or your executive coach. But here’s the truth: adults spend most of their time at work. Workplaces need to become places where we not only grow and develop—they also need to be places where we can heal and repair what has been hurt...

Overcoming Unseen Trauma

 July 2021 / Interview

Linda and Zondra talk about generational and societal trauma that can be holding us all back.

Collective Cultural Trauma’s Influence on Domestic Violence

 July 2021 / Interview

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Finding Me: A Personal Journey

 October 2020 / Personal Empowerment

I absolutely love aging! I know that sounds quite the opposite to what you'd expect to hear from any other woman on the planet.

With age and the commitment I made to myself over 20 years ago to do my inner work, I am the most comfortable and compassionate with myself at this point in my life (turning 60 in a few months). It's challenging for me now, even to imagine having the level of loathing and disgust I used to have for myself...

Articles | Podcasts | Media | Interviews

Collective Cultural Trauma’s Influence on Domestic Violence

 July 2021 / Interview

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The Every Day Business Show featuring Linda Conyard

 Streamed live on 26 May 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Toni Lontis on The Every Day Business Show..

Coaches CONNECT With Your POWER Challenge

 19 May 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Kathleen Caldwell (C-Suite Coaching & Consulting Council), Dr. Anneli Driessen, Sheila Anderson, and Cindy TschosikDr. Anneli Driessen, Sheila Anderson, and Cindy Tschosik on Coaches Connect Challenge.

Stroke Of Genius Podcast Executive Experience

 Streamed live on 23 April 2022 / Interview

Linda talks with Aaron Avila in StrokeTV.

Our Search For Healing

 22 April 2022 / Personal Growth

When we seek healing, we are usually seeking something to stop our suffering. We may be looking for a quick fix to take our attention off what is currently causing our pain...

I Just Can't Meditate!

 08 April 2022 / Personal Growth

"I just can't meditate!" I have heard this so many times from people frustrated by their meditation efforts.
I have been learning meditation for over 20 years now, and I have tried many different kinds of meditation...

What Makes Sustainable Change So Challenging?

 01 April 2022 / Personal Growth

I’m sure we have all struggled with making sustainable change over our lifetime. Let’s take the idea of making a New Year’s resolution as an example. Over 80% of these resolutions are abandoned within a week...

The Day I Couldn't
Make a Coffee

 23 March 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I work as a professional therapist resolving trauma and transgenerational trauma with my clients. As well as educating leaders along with their executives on becoming trauma-sensitive and how to create Compassionate Empowered Workplaces. I'm someone who has done at least 150 hours of my own personal trauma recovery work...

The Legacy We Leave

 16 March 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I’m not sure if people understand the potential of the impact occurring for our young people, our children, and generations to come from this experience over the last couple of years with the pandemic. I would like to share my thoughts on the potential transgenerational impact in this article...

Overwhelm: It’s a Killer

 09 March 2022 / Personal Growth

It was the second last year of my Masters, at one of the study group days, followed by lectures, that I noticed how exhausted I was feeling. I knew that I had been pushing myself quite hard, and I hadn’t really stopped for long enough to feel the effects of that. When I did stop, I recognized how massive the last few years had been. It was tough fitting everything in; the study and assignment writing, family, rescue animals, and a husband diagnosed with cancer (he is well and fully recovered)...

Good Grief: A Healthy Perspective of Grief

 04 March 2022 / Personal Growth

Grief is painful and is a natural and unavoidable emotion that is part of our human experience. Grief is not a feeling that we are all craving; instead, we are constantly pursuing happiness. Even so, we all experience grief and loss in our life. Here are some ideas on navigating the experience of grief...

Global Women for Good (GWG)

  March 2022 / Media Article

Pleased to announce that Linda Conyard, Founder, has joined us as an Ambassador for Good. She is most passionate about Eliminating all Unnecessary Trauma & Educating on Trauma Sensitivity. We are grateful for her work on SDGs 1-17, and look forward to further collaborations...

Craving the Comfort
of Certainty

 23 February 2022 / Personal Growth

Something I noticed over the last two years of our global collective experience, is the challenge many people had with how to be with uncertainty. There was a craving for the comfort of certainty. Uncertainty of what was ahead was so destabilizing for so many and it caused great suffering within relationships of all kinds. Being afraid of uncertainty either paralyses us or it can send us into what we saw in the supermarkets with the frenzied buying of toilet paper...

Journey Back Home Article

 16 February 2022 / Personal Growth

It has been a long journey for me personally to finally arrive home. My lived experience of hidden domestic violence throughout my childhood led me to hating myself and hating life and withdrawing to myself and my dysfunctional ways of being. Trying to kill myself at 12 with some tablets I found
(I have no idea what they were but they didn’t hurt me), and it was the feeling of not wanting to be on this planet that was so deeply felt in me...

Back to school in 2022

 4 February 2022 / Trauma Sensitivity

I remember the days when it was so exciting to go back to school because I’d get all new books and pencils. New uniforms and school shoes. I loved that and I loved doing that with my kids. We are in a very different world today. Whew, I’m so glad I don’t have children going back to school! A friend of mine shared an article on LinkedIn about how children may worry about returning to school despite safety measures. The safety measures referred to were the Victorian government’s back-to-school-plan...

Trauma Impacts Leadership
Learn How to Heal

 December 2021 / Podcast

We don’t tend to think of the workplace as a place where we need to overtly work with trauma. Trauma belongs in the domain of mental health. It belongs to your therapist, and not your leadership consultant or your executive coach. But here’s the truth: adults spend most of their time at work. Workplaces need to become places where we not only grow and develop—they also need to be places where we can heal and repair what has been hurt...

Overcoming Unseen Trauma

 July 2021 / Interview

Linda and Zondra talk about generational and societal trauma that can be holding us all back.

Finding Me:
A Personal Journey

 October 2020 / Media Article

I absolutely love aging! I know that sounds quite the opposite to what you'd expect to hear from any other woman on the planet. With age and the commitment I made to myself over 20 years ago to do my inner work, I am the most comfortable and compassionate with myself at this point in my life (turning 60 in a few months). It's challenging for me now, even to imagine having the level of loathing and disgust I used to have for myself...

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