In this week’s episode it is a pleasure to be joined by therapist and activist, Carmen Cool. Carmen shares her insights on what the importance (and limitations) of health at every size and the ways we can navigate disordered eating and body liberation. Carmen also shares her experience in the field as a therapist including the importance of mental health clinicians to take a stand for our clients.
Cultural appropriation and yoga is not a new theme for RECLAIM. However, it is an important topic to continue to explore if we are to navigate the complexities of yoga in the modern world. In this episode I honored to feature Susanna Barkataki as we dive into what it means to decolonize yoga.
In this episode of RECLAIM, I dive into the topic of ancestry with Becca Piastrelli. We offer some thoughts around how to integrate the knowing that we are the descendants of both colonizers/oppressors and oppressed people. How do we hold both while also reaching to our ancestors for healing and belonging? We also explore time and how we find rest in a society that capitalizes on our productivity.
In this week’s episode of RECLAIM I am delighted to be interviewing grief and loss expert Megan Devine. Together we explore the ways in which we can support others who are navigating through grief while honoring their experience, as well as ways that can be hurtful. We also dive into anger, social justice and how we can hold better space for one another.
Thais takes on another listener question in this episode of RECLAIM. As we start on our healing journey, we start becoming viscerally aware of the emotional wounds of others. The question then lies on how do we move through the world when we are so aware of other people’s pain? What is our role and what boundaries should we place? In this episode we also explore the concept of the inner child.
What does it look like to navigate mental health as coaches/teachers/healers/therapists? That is what I explore with Rebekah “Bex” Borucki in this episode of RECLAIM. Together, we dive into topics of meditation, accepting what is while also fighting for what you want, being transparent about your mental health as an expert in the wellness industry and more.
In this special episode of RECLAIM, Thais Sky answers a question from a listener on spiritual bypassing. Let's explore what it means and doesn't mean to spiritually bypass, why sometimes it's necessary and ways we can be tender to ourselves so we can avoid bypassing and get to the root of the pain.
What does it mean to unearth our connection to who we really are and reclaim the wise woman within? In this episode, I interview birth doula, author and women’s coach, Jessie , as she shares her insights on transitioning into motherhood, connecting to the earth and our body, living as a fat person, and what it means to truly forgive.
We are living in a crisis, Holly shares with us, and we have to stop pretending that we aren’t. So the question is - what can we do about it? In this conversation Holly and I explore oppression, capitalism ecocide and how to metabolize the despair and rage so we may move towards healing.
In this episode, imposter complex expert, Tanya Geisler, and I dive into the lies the imposter syndrome tells us and how we can begin to dismantle the narrative inside of us telling us we cannot step into our starring role. We also explore intimacy, integrity, relationships and practicing discernment.
I am joined this week by oracle Dyana Valentine as we go on an exquisite adventure into the realms of where social justice and spirituality meet. Together we talk about relationships and communal relating, getting our needs met and taking up space.
Let’s talk money! In this episode, I have with me financial therapist Bari Tessler as she shares her stories and struggles with money and aging. She also invites us to look more deeply at the relationship between money and our body and gives us some tools for how to develop a more intimate relationship with ourselves through money and aging.
Grab some tea, sit down and enjoy this intimate conversation between two friends. I am joined in this episode by Andrea Ranae as we explore a variety of topics including entrepreneurship, owning our vision, wanting to be seen, sustainable justice and more. The theme that keeps arising in our conversation is the topic of attention and what are we paying attention to. Enjoy!
This episode is part of the Reclaiming Worth series, a series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this ninth part of the series, I explore intimacy, relationships, consent, attachment and how we can do better by one another.
This episode is part of the Reclaiming Worth series, a series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this eighth part of the series, I share intimate stories of my experiences with disordered eating and some valuable lessons I’ve learned along the way to a more nourishing relationship with my body and pleasure.
This episode is part of the Reclaiming Worth series, a series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this seventh part of the series, I address the differences between rigid and flexible boundaries and a tool you can use to practice boundary setting in a way that allows for intimacy and sovereignty.
This episode is part of the Reclaiming Worth series, a series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this sixth part of the series, I explore the surprising and non-surprising ways the worthiness wound shows up in our lives and my thoughts around shame and how to navigate it when it comes up.
What does it mean to live in a death-phobic culture? What hope do we have for the future living on a damaged planet? What role does ancestral connection play in grief and creativity? In this nourishing conversation, Rachael Rice shares her thoughts on death, belonging and the art of living.
In this new series with my good friend and recurring guest, Lindsey Rae, we explore gender and sexuality. As two white cis hetero women, we have begun the journey of unpacking gender bias and the ways we maintain the oppressive construct of gender and have decided to share our learning process with you all. This is an important conversation on what it means to be human. Welcome!
As a graduate student of clinical psychology, I have been exploring the world of psychotherapy for the past year. In that exploration I have learned some major differences between therapy and coaching, as well as some similarities that neither industry wants to admit. In this conversation with therapist turned coach, Megan Hale, we explore these two realm of mental health and offer some thoughts for how we can be more responsible with our mental health as well as the mental health of other people.