Podcast Interview with nationally acclaimed InSocial Work Podcast from the University of Buffalo

In this episode, our guest Victoria Grinman describes the history, logistics, and aspects of post-traumatic growth, and the difference between post-traumatic growth and resilience. She discusses her research involving post-traumatic growth experiences among parents of young adult children with autism, and emphasizes the importance of training practitioners to identify the signs to post-traumatic growth as well as consider relational aspects in order to treat the family and child more holistically.

Trust Your Struggle.

Podcast Interview: Listen to my most recent interview with The Therapist Project. I speak with Guy Macpherson on his Trauma Therapist 2.0 Podcast about my journey with trauma, Posttraumatic Growth and why it is important to Trust Your Struggle.

Open to Hope Episode 111: Living Mindfully with Linda Della Donna, Victoria Grinman and Bar Scott

On This show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview Linda Della Donna freelance writer, bereaved spouse of Ed and author of A Gift of Love: A Widow’s Journey. The Second guest Victoria Grinman LCSW, adjunct faculty member of Columbia University and the owner of Growing Kind Minds. She is an expert in healing trauma through Yoga. Victoria dedicates her work to her grandparents Raisa and Rubin Rozentsvit. The Show closes with singer, songwriter and author Bar Scott, bereaved mom of Forrest, singing More.

Open to Hope: Victoria Grinman: Finding Your Center After Loss

Victoria Grinman LCSW is an adjunct faculty member of Columbia University and the owner of Growing Kind Minds, and is a Certified Family Trauma Professional, trained Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor to children and teens and a certified aromatherapist. She is a doctoral candidate at Adelphi University School of Social Work.