Episode 77: Supporting Transgender People And The People Who Love Them with Sarah Gilbert

Episode 77: Supporting Transgender People And The People Who Love Them with Sarah Gilbert

What kind of support exists for transgendered people, those who question their gender identity, and the people who love them? Fortunately, there are therapists who specialize in these topics, offering support and safe spaces for the discussions and self-discovery that must take place in the face of the intense societal pressure put on this segment of our population. Today’s show tackles these issues and more.


Episode 76: The Ripple Effect of Childhood Trauma with Laura Reagan

Episode 76: The Ripple Effect of Childhood Trauma with Laura Reagan

Chances are that you or someone you love dearly has been affected by childhood trauma. In fact, statistics suggest that nearly two-thirds of adults have experienced at least one childhood trauma which leads to a higher prevalence of health effects such as anxiety, depression, suicide, substance abuse, relationship problems, and physical ailments later in life. The good news is that early intervention leads to better outcomes. My guest, Laura Reagan, shares about the types of interventions that work best and how traumatic memories are held in the body and how later-in-life relationships are affected.

Episode 72: Your Relationship with Money with Joanne Leffeld

Episode 72: Your Relationship with Money with Joanne Leffeld

How do you feel about money? Is it a subject you’re comfortable talking about? Most of us know money is necessary in today’s world, but we may not realize the sensitivity we carry around talking about this topic. And how many relationship issues are related to our views of money. Today’s show explores the psychology of our relationship with money.

Episode 71: Tending To Our Selves with Dave Conley

Episode 71: Tending To Our Selves with Dave Conley

When we show up for the people that we love, our attention is diverted from other things. There’s so much in this world that is competing for our time and attention. The result of this attention-grabbing is that our inner center is often left unattended. When we focus outwardly, especially in a helping profession, we tend to ignore the important inner work that needs to happen in order to take care of ourselves. My guest today has done extensive work with how we show up in the world to different people with a fully integrated life. I am delighted to bring to you the wisdom of Dave Conley. 

Episode 70: Creative Spirituality and Sustainable Wellness with Lanie Smith

Episode 70: Creative Spirituality and Sustainable Wellness with Lanie Smith

Treat your soul to some self-care today and join Lanie Smith and I as we explore creativity, self-knowledge, and how art and nature combine. We’re talking about the evolution of Lanie’s signature approach to wellness and self-care as a sustainable lifestyle, EcoArt Wellness. Sustainable is the key word here, because for Lanie, creating art and communing with nature are as natural as living her life.