Blink of an Eye, a new podcast with Louise Phipps Senft, explores stories of trauma, loss, awakening, and epiphanies. Ms. Senft recounts her experience navigating a life-changing accident that rendered her son, Archer, paralyzed from the neck on down, and expands the story with interviews of those behind the scene. Told through real journal entries and inspiring guests, Blink of an Eye will inspire you to explore the true nature of our relationships and interconnectedness in the face of an event that changes everything.
Wednesday Apr 13, 2022
Wednesday Apr 13, 2022
In the months and years after Archer’s injury, Louise felt called to make sure other families dealing with spinal cord injuries had resources that she didn’t have when Archer was initially injured. This feeling led her to create Blink of an Eye and eventually I C THAT, the Integrative Center for Trauma Healing, Advocacy and Transformation. In this expanded trauma healing learning, hear about the importance of adequate medical care in the first hours after injury, the story behind I C THAT and the powerful things that happen when medical executives, practitioners, patients and their families come together to change the paradigm for care.
Our theme music is Victoria Vox.
Music in this episode is:
Immersed by Kevin MacLeod
Calm Emotional Corporate by Rafael Krux
Relaxing Meditation by Liron
To find out more about Archer, Louise, and this podcast, visit our website at blinkofaneyepodcast.com, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook @blinkofaneyepodcast. Our Twitter is @blinkofaneyepod. Make sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
To see some of Archer’s artwork, check out www.slimeyard.com.
Blink of an Eye Podcast is sponsored by I C THAT — The Integrative Center for Trauma Healing, Advocacy and Transformation: a non-profit created as a national resource to help change the way we respond to Spinal Cord Injury to include trauma healing approaches for families and medical teams across the U.S. I C THAT provides a National team of SCI specialized doctors for expert opinions in the first hours of crisis, A Multidisciplinary Family Support and Advocacy Team for SCI families for the first 30 days of crisis, and a National Resource Library of trauma informed responses for the first hours and days after injury. I C THAT also offers a Registry of Medically Unexpected SCI Recoveries and will host the inaugural conference The Science of Trauma: Hope for Trauma Healing October 6, 2022. To donate and find out more, visit www.ICTHAT.org.