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51 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Embracing Pain with Steve Andrus - 006
Steve Andrus is a clinical mental health counselor who’s son died by suicide 11 years ago. He speaks openly with me about pain, how he practices being there for himself, for others and how working with this experience has brought deeper meaning to his life.
48 minutes | Oct 18, 2019
Alternatives to Diagnosing - Empowering Individuals with Dr. Jeffrey Rubin - 005
Dr. Jeffrey Rubin and I discuss alternatives to the mainstream model of labeling mental health challenges as disorders, the creative gifts and empowerment that can come from depth of feeling, and some tools to process and even benefit from criticism.
48 minutes | May 31, 2019
Rites of the Heart with Elizabeth Suzanne Shapiro - 004
In today’s episode, Elizabeth Suzanne Shapiro shares her No Wrong Way Ritual Recipe and we speak about how connecting to that which is greater can support us when crossing thresholds and processing challenging emotions.
47 minutes | Apr 15, 2019
Letting It Out with Ivy Chim - 003
Ivy Chim is a childhood abuse and neglect survivor and a sibling incest survivor. Instead of just talking about feelings like anger and shame, in this podcast we will explore more directly some ways of how to be with and process them together.
52 minutes | Apr 9, 2019
Good Grief with Jack Baxter - 002
Jack and I speak about the loss of his dad, the Good Grief support groups he's created in the UK, how to be there more for yourself and others in grief and how many of us can say grief has changed us for the better.
16 minutes | Apr 9, 2019
An Emotional Revolution - 001
Feeling Deeply explores how to be there more for ourselves and others emotionally. In episode one, I will share why I created this podcast and how I believe relating to our emotions differently can impact our health and our world.
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