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EP 000:

Welcome to the Treating Trauma Podcast

With your hosts Mickenzie Vought and Christopher O’Reilly

Join co-hosts Mickenzie Vought and Christopher O’Reilly as they introduce Treating Trauma. Together, they provide a glimpse of the topics and questions we’ll be exploring in this limited series from Onsite. 

We all have moments where life is hard, yet some of us have had to endure more than our fair share of pain, hardship, struggle, and trauma. If you or someone you love is struggling with behaviors associated with unaddressed trauma, Treating Trauma offers a unique look at how various healing methods and trauma treatments can offer a path toward recovery, growth, and wholeness.

“I think my biggest takeaway is the universal struggle. Life is challenging. We can take struggles and look at them as opportunities for growth.

– Christopher O’Reilly

Meet Your Host

Christopher O’Reilly, MA, LPC, serves as the Executive Director of Milestones.

Christopher has an extensive career running residential and outpatient programs specializing in trauma, addiction treatment, and detox. Within a nearly 20-year career with Caron Treatment Centers, Christopher honed his administrative and clinical skills, overseeing residential programs’ full range of operational and therapeutic functions.

Christopher also served as an adjunct professor at West Chester University, teaching mind-body health.

Christopher obtained his MA in Clinical Counseling from Alvernia University.

Meet Your Host

As Editorial and Community Director of Onsite, Mickenzie is responsible for furthering Onsite’s mission of changing lives through enhanced emotional health by creating and curating emotional health resources, such as this podcast, the Living Centered Podcast, and Onsite’s yearly publication, the Onsite Journal.

Before joining the Onsite team, Mickenzie spent her career as a storyteller in various capacities. She cut her teeth at a non-profit, where she learned the power of community development and compelling copy that connects.

Mickenzie is passionate about destigmatizing emotional and mental health, making resources more accessible, and creating opportunities for people to experience the magic of Onsite even if they never step foot on the property.

Mickenzie Vought