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Eric Christiansen

The 4D Podcast Network

This week, I am sharing the conversation that I had with Eric Christiansen. Eric is a Los Angeles based documentary film maker. His films tend to focus on mental health and the readjustment that happens after traumatic events. His film, “Faces in the Fire” garnered critical acclaim including an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement and Eric is a seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient. Eric has also received an International Monitor Award for Best Director and Silver and a Gold Award from the Houston International Film Festival. We spoke about his upcoming film, “Unmasking Hope”, mental health in general and masking emotions. Enjoy!

57mins

23 May 2022

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Eric Christiansen

Home Malone

This week, I am sharing the conversation that I had with Eric Christiansen. Eric is a Los Angeles based documentary film maker. His films tend to focus on mental health and the readjustment that happens after traumatic events. His film, “Faces in the Fire” garnered critical acclaim including an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement and Eric is a seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient. Eric has also received an International Monitor Award for Best Director and Silver and a Gold Award from the Houston International Film Festival. We spoke about his upcoming film, “Unmasking Hope”, mental health in general and masking emotions. Enjoy!

57mins

23 May 2022

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"Creating the space to be Creative" with guest Eric Christiansen

Humanity meets Business: Business Therapy

Eric Christiansen is an acclaimed documentarian who has built his life’s work around socially responsible filmmaking that educates, inspires and most importantly heals. Christiansen, a seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient, explores the impact of trauma; how we adapt to grief; the resilience of the human spirit; and how a powerful platform for hope can help trauma survivors begin the vigilant journey of healing. A trauma survivor himself, Christiansen worked through the loss of his home and possessions in the Painted Cave Fire by creating his first film Faces in the Fire 25 years ago. All of his films (Faces in the Fire, Homecoming: A Vietnam Vets Journey, Searching for Home: Coming Back from War) have been transformative in the recovery process for thousands of people whose lives have been compromised mentally, spiritually and physically by trauma. Leveraged as educational tools by top mental health institutions, Christiansen's films migrate from the entertainment arena into environments that help additional audiences navigate the profound collateral damage trauma creates not only on the individual, but the family and community as well. Throughout his career, Christiansen has worked on both commercial and cause-driven projects, and produced for major networks including Discovery, TLC, PBS, MTV and an Imax film. He’s appeared on nearly 50 podcasts discussing his work.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businesstherapy/support

30mins

18 Apr 2022

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S3 - Episode 8: Eric Christiansen - PTSD , Anxiety, Depression - Honor Your Trauma - Surviving Trauma - Empathy - Be A Good Listener.

LSP "Love's Sparrow" Feel Good Podcast

Eric Christiansen is an acclaimed documentarian, film messenger, and hope inspirer who has built his brand around socially responsible filmmaking that educates inspires, and heals. A seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy ® Award recipient and his work have been seen on major networks including Discovery, TLC, PBS, and MTV. His last film, Searching for Home: Coming Back from War has aired more than 2,300 times on PBS stations across the country. As a trauma survivor himself, having lost his home in the Santa Barbara Painted Cave fire disaster, he uniquely understands trauma, the resilience of the human spirit, and how important HOPE is to the healing journey. By spotlighting survivors and their journeys, Christiansen has unified audiences around the power of HOPE and continues to educate the general population about the complexities of trauma. Listen, laugh, and learn as the guys break down some very deep points including his experiences, stories, and his approach to shed light on those that get left behind.  YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! #lsppodcast #lovessparrow #lsplove'ssparrowfeelgoodpodcast Listen to the LSP Love's Sparrow Feel Good Podcast - Monday at 8 pm EST on all platforms. Follow us on Instagram @LSP_Podcast https://www.instagram.com/lsp_podcast/ https://open.spotify.com/show/6bCSx83... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR... https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-lsp-loves-sparrow-feel-goo-62566483/# https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy-Podcasts/LSP--Loves-Sparrow-Feel-Good-Podcast-p1323691/ #mentalhealth #LSPpodcast #depression #anxiety #relationship #LSPLovessparrow #depression #anxiety #podcast #love #pain #Ateam #Squadcast #mentalhealth

1hr 13mins

12 Apr 2022

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164 Trauma feat. Eric Christiansen

Alternative Health Tools podcast

Eric Christiansen shares with us the importance of healing from grief and trauma no matter what scale it is on. Eric helps people in a very unique way, grounded in clinical evidence, he supports people to heal through filmmaking. An episode not to be missed. Contact Us Website: https://www.alternativehealthtools.com Contact co-hosts: John Biethan (producer) https://www.imaginepodcasting.com Lisa Victoria https://www.lisavictoria.co.uk Kim Shea https://www.retirementpurposecoach.com Leslie Kasanoff https://www.drlesliek.com Angie Ates https://academyepic.com Produced by ImaginePodcasting.com dba Heard Not Seen Media, Inc. https://www.imaginepodcasting.com 

39mins

22 Feb 2022

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"Commerce versus Calling" with guest Eric Christiansen

Humanity meets Business: Business Therapy

Eric Christiansen is an acclaimed documentarian who has built his life’s work around socially responsible filmmaking that educates, inspires and most importantly heals. Christiansen, a seven-time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient, explores the impact of trauma; how we adapt to grief; the resilience of the human spirit; and how a powerful platform for hope can help trauma survivors begin the vigilant journey of healing. A trauma survivor himself, Christiansen worked through the loss of his home and possessions in the Painted Cave Fire by creating his first film Faces in the Fire 25 years ago. All of his films (Faces in the Fire, Homecoming: A Vietnam Vets Journey, Searching for Home: Coming Back from War) have been transformative in the recovery process for thousands of people whose lives have been compromised mentally, spiritually and physically by trauma. Leveraged as educational tools by top mental health institutions, Christiansen's films migrate from the entertainment arena into environments that help additional audiences navigate the profound collateral damage trauma creates not only on the individual, but the family and community as well. Throughout his career, Christiansen has worked on both commercial and cause-driven projects, and produced for major networks including Discovery, TLC, PBS, MTV and an Imax film. He’s appeared on nearly 50 podcasts discussing his work. ecproductions.com Unmaskinghopethemovie.com Faces in the Fire on YouTube.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businesstherapy/support

29mins

26 Jan 2022

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Episode 52: Unmasking Hope with Eric Christiansen

The Be Ruthless Show

My guest on today’s episode is Eric Christiansen, acclaimed documentarian, trauma survivor, and mental health activist. In “Unmasking Hope with Eric Christiansen” Eric shares what he has learned from the fascinating people he has interviewed, including a grief expert and a trauma researcher. He brilliantly shares why we should rethink the term “trigger.” Website: www.ecproductions.comFacebook: /unmaskinghope Instagram: @unmaskinghope

31mins

18 Oct 2021

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Sean Inspires Podcast With Special Guest: Eric Christiansen- Filmmaker, Mental Illness Healer & Expert

Sean Inspires Show

Sean Inspires Podcast Interview Eric Christiansen- Filmmaker, Mental Illness & Trauma Healer, HOPE Ambassador - A Dynamic Interview Unmasking The Causes Of Mental & Emotional Trauma, Recovery & HOPE Leading Victims Into Victory. We Also Covers Technology In The Entertainment And How It’s Advancing- Tune In & Share!

29mins

27 Sep 2021

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PTF - Episode #39 Faith after Fire with Eric Christiansen

Post Traumatic Faith

Eric Christiansen is an acclaimed documentarian who has built his brand around socially responsible filmmaking that educates inspires and heals. A seven time Southwestern Region Emmy Award recipient, he has the ability to identify an issue within a specific population and have it resonate with a general audience through compelling storytelling. As a trauma survivor himself, having lost his home in the Santa Barbara Painted Cave fire disaster, he understands trauma, the resilience of the human spirit, and how important HOPE is to the healing journey.Christiansen's films (Faces in the Fire, Homecoming: A Vietnam Vets Journey, Searching for Home: Coming Back from War) have been seen on Discovery, TLC, PBS and MTV. He has also produced an IMAX Film.

45mins

13 Aug 2021

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Filmaker Eric Christiansen Episode 14

KRP Ken's Random Podcast

Eric is an Emmy awarded documentary film maker with a story or two to tell. Overcoming loss of all worldly possessions led him to drugs and alcohol and ultimately to award winning film making.

26mins

13 Jul 2021

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