This month I had the opportunity to record my conversation with Myrna McCallum about her new podcast The Trauma-Informed Lawyer.
The Trauma-Informed Lawyer podcast – presented in partnership with the Canadian Bar Association – provides an invaluable resource to the legal community. A gifted teacher, Myrna illuminates a rational, do-no-further harm approach to trauma-informed lawyering with inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary.
In our conversation, we talk about the meaning behind Myrna’s law firm name “Miyo Pimatisiwin Legal Services,” how the podcast came into being and what it takes to keep it going, as well as diving into a discussion about episode three of the podcast which invites listeners to reflect on presence, triggers, and how to honor the client relationship. This is a must-listen podcast that I cannot recommend enough to all members of the legal community.
The cover art for the podcast is a beautiful image, “Lunar Messenger,” created Eastern Métis Artist, Colleen Gray.
I hope you enjoy listening to my conversation with the inspiring Myrna McCallum: