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60 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Shedding your "shoulds," learning to take the next best step, and determining how to unapologetically tune into your passion to build the life you want with Regan Walsh
In this episode, we mentioned the following:NYU Certification in Executive CoachingRegan's Group Coaching offer.Regan's Online Course offer.This is the final episode of my pandemic project, Back to You. Thank you for all your support! :)
75 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Living with 'a healthy disregard for the impossible,' leading with integrity, and choosing to shift from a career in higher education to entrepreneurship with Natalie Keller Pariano
In this episode, we mentioned the following:You can find Natalie's work on Instagram @Natterdoodles and at Natterdoodle.comThe LeaderShape InstituteDenison UniversityStart with Why by Simon Sinek
73 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Learning about grief, loss, and life transitions in the midst of a global pandemic with Heili Lehr and Raegan Gyorffy
Today’s guests on Back to You are Heili Lehr & Raegan Gyorffy. Heili is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a volunteer/former intern at TRU Community Care’s Grief Services. Raegan is a Licensed Clincal Social Worker and serves as the Director of Grief and Volunteer Services for TRU Community Care. I know both of these incredible women personally and volunteer with Heili at TRU. I am so appreciative of their willingness to appear on the show - every conversation with them is a gift, and this one is no exception.
70 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Journeying from the classic 9-5 in Washington, D.C. to a career in executive coaching & education with Terrie Lupberger
Today’s guest on Back to You is an executive coach and talent developer for leaders, managers, and teams worldwide. Her international experience, executive coaching skills, and unique toolset, plus 20 years of experience as a CEO and Senior Executive, give her and her team a unique advantage and vantage point in supporting business professionals from all walks of life. You can find Terrie on the internet at terrielupberger.com - I know you'll love her work as much as I do!
88 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
Reflecting on health communication research & teaching, exploring eating disorder recovery, and other musings on "this unprecedented time" with Laura Russell, PhD
Today’s guest on Back to You is Dr. Laura Russell. Laura is an Associate Professor of Communication at Denison University. She received her Ph.D. from the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University. Laura’s passion for health and organizational communication not only apply to her scholarship, but also to her community involvement. Drawn to issues concerning individual and collective well-being, she centers her research on understanding the communication of personal and relational health. As a phenomenologist at heart guided by theories of narrative and dialogue, she observes, participates in, and examines processes of human recovery in an array of contexts. In her current work, she investigates how virtues, such as gratitude and forgiveness, play a prominent role in how people construct meaning for living well after crisis and/or personal struggle. Furthermore, Laura explores ethical questions concerning the social politics of health and human worth. Her recent publications appear in Health Communication, Qualitative Inquiry, and Life Writing.
70 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Discussing eating disorder recovery & joyful movement, reflecting on life as a PhD student, and sharing the importance of researching children's mental health with Eliza Lanzillo
In this episode, we mentioned the following:Hynes Recovery Services (Eliza is Program Director of Advocacy Initiatives)Zencare, which helps connect people to quality therapistsActive Minds, an organization changing the conversation about mental healthThe Maudsley Method, a family-based approach to ED recovery
80 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Exploring the concept of trauma-sensitive yoga, chatting about ways people can seek out supportive yogic spaces, and learning to trust our deep knowing with Michele Vinbury
In this episode, we mentioned the following:Here’s a bit more about trauma-sensitive yoga if you’re interested in a quick overview: Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (Social Work Today Magazine)Michele’s Trauma Sensitive Training 2020 (Livestream) beginning October 30, 2020The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk, MDA Pocket Guide to Polyvagal Theory by Stephen PorgesTrauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence - From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror by Judith Herman (Content Warning - Michele noted this text can be triggering to some)Waking the Tiger by Peter LevineMore about Dr. Peter Levine at the Somatic Experiencing® Trauma InstituteMy Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa MenakemThe Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World by Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu
85 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Ditching diet culture, tuning into your intuition, and honoring your body's innate queues with Simi Botic
In this episode, we mentioned the following:Simi’s book, Letting Go of Leo: How I Broke Up with Perfection.Simi’s virtual barre membership, UNMEASURED.Our shared health coach and friend, Amy Marzluff.How to become a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.Allie Lehman’s amazing newsletter, A Consideration.Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina Strings, Ph.D.Untamed by Glennon Doyle.Katie Dalebout’s podcast, Let it Out.
89 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Connecting to your younger self, embracing identity, and navigating uncertainty & growth in your 20s with Cheyanne Cierpial
In this episode, we mentioned the following:Denison University, our shared alma mater in Granville, OHTrauma-sensitive yoga instructor (and friend of the pod), Michele VinburySocial Media and the Feminization of the Private/Public: Where Do I Belong?I'm an LGBT Christian: Reconciling Differences in BelongingTrick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion by Jia TolentinoCafeteria Christian PodcastTerrible, Thanks For Asking PodcastCrossFit as Church? Examining How We Gather (Harvard Divinity School)
88 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Reflecting on a career in podcasting, writing, and mental health advocacy, & discussing our evolving relationships to wellness with Katie Dalebout
In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:Katie’s kits on breakups, podcasting, and more!Follow Katie’s podcast course on Instagram @the.podcast.kit.Health Coach & Barre Instructor, Simi Botic (@simibotic on Instagram).Actor, Filmmaker, Author & Musician Josh Radnor (@joshradnor).Spiraling with Katie Dalebout & Serena Wolf.
93 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Learning to feel good without going to extremes, reflecting on fitness & diet culture, and beginning your intuitive eating journey with Maria Scrimenti
In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:Inquire about coaching with Maria here.Evelyn Tribole & Elyse Resch, co-authors of Intuitive Eating.Christy Harrison and her podcast, Food Psych.Health Coach & Dream Manager, Amy Marzluff (@amarzluff on Instagram).Health Coach & Barre Instructor, Simi Botic (@simibotic on Instagram).Katie Dalebout and her podcast, Let it Out.Ellen Satter and her definition of “normal eating.”Out of the Grey and my namesake coffee blend, Emily’s Joy.Shout out to favorite flower delivery brand ever, Bouqs!
2 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Back to You Teaser - Meet Emily! A candid, cozy conversation with your host
The Back to You podcast centers on candid conversations with guests who generously share their compelling perspectives, career paths, and experiences. Through exploring the intersection of purpose, culture, and impact, these conversations invite listeners to feel closely connected as they would be with friends. Back to You welcomes a diverse range of guests, including visionary authors, professors, wellness professionals, entrepreneurs, podcasters, and mental health counselors. Together, we can collectively reflect, make meaning, and get “back to” ourselves.
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