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Highlighted content: If you wanted to be committed to just one practice from all the resources on this site, the one that I would suggest for everyone is the cued progressive muscle relaxation exercise. Some individuals have a great amount of discomfort with mind-body practices, and find them impossible to practice. If you don’t want to use it, you don’t have to, but it may be that trauma and stress held in the body should be healed using mind-body interventions. The paradox: you might be uncomfortable with mind-body interventions because you need to heal with mind-body interventions. At any case, I leave it up to you to decide. Here is a link to the video: [Cued PMR] by Doc Snipes and Counselor Toolbox

The multimedia is divided by category, listed directly below, and the links to the videos will appear on individual pages sorted by the following categories. Click on the link to go to the specific topic pages. If there is no link or a nonworking link, they are scheduled to be transferred soon:

  • [Videos and Media] Internal Family Systems
  • [Videos] Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
  • [Videos] Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • [Videos] Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • [Videos] Mindfulness Based Interventions
  • [Videos] Neuroscience & The Huberman Lab
  • [Videos] Critical Thinking Skills
  • [Videos] TED and TEDx Talks
  • [Videos] Medical Information
  • [Videos] Family Dynamics/Relationships
  • [Videos] Trauma/Stress & Mental Health
  • [Videos] Polyvagal Theory
  • [Videos] Somatic Experiencing
  • [Videos] Sensorimotor Therapy
  • [Videos] Yoga ~ Tai Chi – Qi Gong



  • [Video] How Neglect Can Impact Brain Development | Bessel van der Kolk, MD
  • [Video] On Being: How Trauma Lodges in the Body, Revisited | Bessel van der Kolk
  • [Video] This could be why you’re depressed or anxious | Johann Hari
  • [Video] How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime | Nadine Burke Harris


This page and the links provided are for educational purposes only. Strengthening Your Conscious Self, James Fitzgerald, MS, NCC, LCMHC, and James Fitzgerald Therapy, PLLC are not responsible for the content, claims or representations of the content creators on the listed sites and media channels. When you click or press a link and view the video, the action constitutes your agreement that the links are for individual voluntary use and should never be a substitute for licensed professional advice, medical care, mental health care, medications, psychotherapy, or counseling. 

This page is updated on a regular basis with new resources. Many of the resources listed on this page are sources of work integrated into a therapy treatment plan and/or a health and wellness life coaching program action plan. This page is a means to help you consolidate your learning and practice in one space that is convenient and easy to navigate.

This page is a space for you to find all the videos and audible files I recommend to my clients. If you do not have a premium membership to the media sites, you might have to watch advertisements or listen to messages from podcast sponsors. I also have a [YouTube] channel, and have curated – in the playlists section – a great number of videos from content creators who are professionals in their respective fields.

There are some videos from a number of persons who don’t hold professional credentials, but nonetheless have information relevant to health and wellness. YouTube periodically tags videos that have been created by licensed professionals and organizations that have been verified to be accurate and reliable sources of information.

I have done my best to verify the validity, accuracy, and reliability of the videos, but cannot guarantee it. New information on scientific topics becomes available every day, and I will do what I can to keep up with the changes and share them with you.

Please Remember: You should be skeptical of any creator making extraordinary claims without providing scientific evidence. If an unlicensed amateur influencer is endorsing their own supplements, programs, products, or books, you may want to be skeptical.

Note: If you are not a premium member with a YouTube subscription, the videos might be interrupted periodically by advertisements. The Andrew Huberman videos and some others have paid promotional pitches at the beginning of the video. The creators are supported by sponsors, which allows some of them to offer their content for free.

I still plan on adding more links, so keep checking back on my progress.