Healing From Traumatic Love
Dr. Nadine Macaluso one of the world-leading therapists in the field of trauma bonds, author, and ex-wife to the infamous Jordan Belfort sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about her journey of becoming, what it was like for her to be portrayed in the box office hit ‘The Wolf of Wallstreet’ and how we can heal after we had a toxic relationship.
What is this episode about?
- How Dr. Nadine Macaluso became the person she is today.
- What Dr. Nadine Macaluso learned from being a famous model.
- The downsides of being beautiful.
- What Dr. Nadine Macaluso learned from her mother.
- What it was like for Dr. Nadine Macaluso to be married to the infamous wolf of Wallstreet Jordan Belfort.
- How to recover from traumatic love.
- How to detect toxic individuals.
- Why Dr. Nadine Macaluso became a therapist and world-leading expert in trauma bonds.
- What it’s like to be known by hundreds of millions of people.
- The dangers of naivety.
- How we can let go of beliefs that aren’t serving us.
- Questions everybody should ask themselves.
- Her most memorable cases.
Video Interview Dr. Nadine Macaluso
About the guest
Dr. Nadine Macaluso
Dr. Nadine Macaluso is a psychologist and licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice. She received her master’s in Counseling Psychology and doctorate in Depth Psychology with an emphasis on Somatic Psychotherapy from Pacifica Graduate Institute in California. Her personal and clinical expertise is in attachment trauma, shame, and Dark Tetrad personalities. Dr. Nae is also the ex-wife to the infamous Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort, with whom she shares two beautiful children, Carter and Chandler. Nadine has been happily remarried for 20 years; she and her husband John share a blended family of five children and two dogs, splitting their time between New York and Florida. When she’s not working with patients or writing about trauma, Nadine spends her time reading, researching, listening to podcasts, going for walks and connecting with her loved ones.