Today, we’re going to be learning about some pretty amazing things on today’s show: what role neuroscience plays in healing trauma in communities, treating first responders so that they’re not so traumatized by their work, how both artistic ability and trauma are seated in the right brain, the ripple effect of unprocessed trauma, and so much more.
On today’s podcast, we’re going to be getting into some of the reasons that couples wait too long to get help. Stephanie Macadaan is not only a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, but she is also one of the sponsors for the upcoming Shine Retreat for Women!
Today, Mari Lee and I will be talking not only about the work that Mari does, helping support women to heal and grow, but also about The Shine Retreat, and how it’s based on filling your own cup, of restoration, connection, and most importantly, giving yourself permission to have fun.
Some of the things we’re going to discuss today are how work is something that we DO, not something that we ARE. We’re going to discuss safeguarding against burnout when work is our only identity.
Join us as we discuss listening to our body’s cues for help, discerning how we need to address it, and actually making that time for ourselves. You’ll also hear about historical and modern uses of essential oils.
There’s trauma associated with the complex emotional process of disintegration. our guest understands first-hand, and being able to see a way to serve and help others in the midst of her own pain was a powerful awakening and an asset to her healing.
Please join me as I delve into negative head chatter, the way we talk to ourselves, and the unrealistic expectations we hold for ourselves. Let’s explore what happens when we lean into our disappointments and failures. Let’s talk about grace.
Today’s guest is also a dear, dear friend of mine who has been on the podcast one other time. Please welcome Nicol Stolar-Peterson back to the show.
Today, Darrin and I will discuss changing the word “mindfulness” from a trendy buzzword to something tangible that we can apply to our lives and use as a way to tune in to ourselves, to learn and to grow as we move through this journey called life.
Journey with me as we explore the beliefs that hold us back, and how to implement those steps that can get us on the other side of fear, so that we can realize our goals.
Please join us as we talk to Whitney Boole, LMFT about breaking patterns that we might not even be aware that we have, moving through trauma, and taking control of our healing.
Today, I want to talk to you about expectations, consistency, and perfectionism. Also, how we can reach out to community as we struggle with these ideals. You know, that strive for perfection, how to have a constructive internal dialogue, and finally, how to be ok with making mistakes.