In this exquisite dialogue with divorce coach, Kate Anthony, and writer, Amy Ferris, we explore the complicated topic of love. We navigate the topics of how to love when it's hard, what it means to bring love to ourselves, and how we can show up for love in a greater way. This conversation invites us on a journey of self-acceptance, justice, and radical love. Enjoy!

 
 

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KATE ANTHONY

Kate Anthony, CPCC is a certified life coach who specializes in co-parenting, separation and divorce. Kate's expertise lies in the areas of parenting, supporting children through divorce, creating co-parenting plans, and helping couples create a healthy split that keeps children at the center, not in the middle. Kate has trained with two of the top coach training organizations in the world: CTI, where she is certified in individual coaching, and CRR Global, where she was trained as an organization and relationship systems coach. Kate is an expert in interpersonal communication, co-parenting, and emotional intelligence. In addition to her private practice, Kate coaches Fortune 500 executives in communication, presentation skills, and emotional intelligence in collaboration with the global communications consultancy, Working Voices.

Learn more about Kate at KateAnthony.com.

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AMY FERRIS

Amy Ferris is an author, editor, screenwriter & playwright. Her memoir, Marrying George Clooney, Confessions From A Midlife Crisis (Seal Press) was adapted into an Off-Broadway play at CAP21 Theater Company in 2012. She has written for both TV and film. Her screenplay, Funny Valentines, was directed by Julie Dash (Daughters of the Dust) and was nominated for a best screenplay (BET) award in 2000. She co-wrote the film, Mr. Wonderful, directed by Anthony Minghella. Amy has contributed to numerous anthologies and magazines. She is the co-editor of the anthology, Dancing at The Shame Prom (Seal Press, 2012) and most recently the editor of SHADES OF BLUE, Writers on Depression, Suicide, and Feeling blue (Seal Press, 2015). Amy travels all over the country leading her very popular writing workshops, Women Writing/Righting Their Lives - an all women retreat for women to write their lives, use their voices, share their stories and change the world. Amy serves on the advisory board of the Women's Media Center (founded by Gloria Steinem, Robin Morgan and Jane Fonda), the Board of Directors at Peters Valley School of Craft, and co-founded The Milford Readers and Writers Festival in 2016 (where Gloria Steinem, MK Asante and John Berendt were the featured authors). She is on faculty at OMEGA Institute, where she co-facilitates a workshop, WOMEN WRITING TO CHANGE THE WORLD. Her morning post on Facebook, This is what I know. Post Coffee. Pre Wine is pretty popular. You can read her blog at: www.marryinggeorgeclooney.com.

 

 
 

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