Ashlee teaches highly sensitive empathetic women to live a “hell yes!” life where they leave the shoulds behind. Her clients learn to live a passion-filled, turned-on, lit-up life where everything is possible, and to connect with their own intuitive genius.
She helps her clients stop prioritizing other people’s opinions; to give themselves permission to go after their own desires; to be deeply self-expressed, self-confident, and vibrant; and to release the limiting beliefs that have made them feel selfish or self-centered for putting themselves first in the past.
She has her Ph.D. in psychology, is powerfully psychic, and has over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people transform to feeling passionate, vibrant, fulfilled, and joyful.
She step-by-step walks patients through how to use medical marijuana for their specific medical condition without getting high off of it, without getting addicted to it, and without smoking it. She speaks from the experience of having treated thousands of patients and having thoroughly reviewed the medical research on marijuana.
She completed her medical studies at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine (Vallejo, California) and her undergraduate studies at Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois).
Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Laura Beann, MSW, a therapist specializing in Psycho-Shamanic Counseling.
Laura recognizes that there are unseen resources to assist in healing and helps client discover those resources; explore the material of dreams; and reconnect with lost parts of themselves.
Laura was nudged by her helping spirits to commit to a shamanic path when a powerful initiatory experience changed her life. Laura believes that accessing and befriending spirit guides provides empowerment and healing. Her own experience of shamanic healing led her to complete a three-year shamanic training and initiation.
Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Dalila Jusic-LaBerge, LMFT. Dalila specializes in working with accomplished women, who yearn for love but feel lost in romantic relationships. She helps them heal, connect to their own emotions, develop intuition, and be ready to connect on a deeper emotional level with loved ones.
Dalila is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with an MA degree in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Prior to her graduate work in clinical psychology, she attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she completed her BA in psychology and worked in research involving health psychology. She has been practicing in this field for over nine years.
Marilyn has worked with hundreds of patients and students in her 30 years as a Jungian psychotherapist and teacher, in their journeys of healing and learning - to connect with their wild souls to restore vitality, renew creativity, replenish joy.
As a writer and speaker, she has woven a new story of the Self from her thirty years of original research into women’s lives, feminist epistemology, new science, and Jungian archetypal psychology.
Welcome to the podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Robyn D'Angelo, LMFT, the founder of The Happy Couple Expert private practice in Orange County, California. Robyn helps frustrated and disconnected couples and singles learn to LOVE + BE LOVED, better. She walks them through how to connect deeply while creating space for fun.
Robyn is a relationship expert for couples and individuals and a California licensed Marriage + Family Therapist. She is a highly sensitive individual, devoted wife to a U.S. Navy veteran and childfree woman. After working in the fast-paced world of marketing for six years, she was ready for a change. After some deep soul-searching and following her inner compass, she was led into a Masters program in Marriage and Family Therapy in San Diego, CA.
Welcome to the podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Ginny Mills, a specialist in the field of addiction treatment who runs Parenting Through Addiction, the other PTA. An affordable, accessible, convenient online way for parents to learn about substance use and how to address it at all stages on the journey.
Ginny Mills is a Licensed Processional Counselor Supervisor and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist . She is also a parent of a daughter in recovery, recovery advocate and believer that a full life in recovery can be a reality!
With a bachelors degree in Health Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara; a masters degree in Nutrition Science from the University of California at Davis; and a Registered Dietitian license, Francie began a large private practice with a physician in Santa Barbara, California in 1985. Francie combined forces with psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed therapists and social workers to cross-pollinate through multidisciplinary efforts and create the roots of what was then an emerging specialty – one which recognized the myriad of eating and exercise symptoms as messengers of the toxic climate of our time.
Sharon started her career as a psychotherapist working with the neediest members of our community -- those struggling with addiction, mental illness, homelessness, legal and family problems.
Welcome to the podcast! Today’s episode will be a little different, because I am not interviewing everyone else, it will just be me. I am delighted to share the top 6 Women In-Depth podcasts for binge and emotional eating, as put together in a blog post by my dear friend and colleague Jodie Gale.
Jodie has a private practice in Sydney, Australia and is a Soul-Centred Psychotherapist, Eating Psychology Specialist, and leading specialist in women’s emotional, psychological and spiritual health and well-being.
Jake’s orientation to psychotherapy is existential and experiential. What that means is that he believes the most productive focus of therapy is on the here-and-now as opposed to the there-and-then. Granted, we are all, in many ways, the product of our history. As a result, it is often important to explore events from the past.
Welcome to the podcast! Today I’m very excited to be joined by Lisa Marchiano, LCSW who is a Jungian analyst, writer, and mom. She has a private practice in Philadelphia, PA, and is on the faculty of the Philadelphia Jung Institute. Lisa has a particular fondness for fairy tales and what they can teach us about relating to our inner lives and leads workshops on fairy tales nationally. She enjoys running an online workshop for mothers that explores how being a mom can be a catalyst for personal growth. Lisa holds a BA in history from Brown University, a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University, and a Masters in Social Work from New York University. She trained as an analyst with the Inter-Regional Society for Jungian Analysts.
She was born and raised in Florida and has also spent several years living and working in New York City. Her writing has been featured in The Huffington Post, VitaMix Blog, Quiet Revolution, TinyBuddha, Mind Body Green, and more.
People go to her psychotherapy practice when they are struggling with things in their life and want to feel better.
My guest on the podcast this week features Kirsten Goffena, LPC, RPT, Kirsten is passionate about helping clients reach their full potential in life. She weaves playfulness into her work with clients of all ages and her therapy dog Luna's calm presence helps clients feel safe and relaxed. She helps individuals, children, and families reconnect to themselves and each other.
My guest this week features Krysta Dancy, MA, MFT. Krysta is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Roseville, California where she has been working with clients since 2005. In addition to her private practice, she is the Co-Director and Supervisor of a local counseling nonprofit (The Place Within) where she supervises interns on their path to licensure. The Place Within offers counseling on a sliding fee scale to those who might otherwise be unable to access counseling. She also has a blog and speaks for local groups on some of her favorite psychological topics. She also functions as a spokesperson for the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) where she has been a member (and previous board member) since 2005.
My guest on the podcast this week is Dara Hoffman-Fox. Dara is a Licensed Professional Counselor and gender therapist in private practice who works with transgender, gender non-conforming, and gender questioning individuals. She frequently serves as a resource on transgender issues for the media and is a prolific gender-identity thought leader whose articles and videos have empowered thousands worldwide. She provides educational resources through a blog (darahoffmanfox.com), YouTube channel, social media networks, trainings, and presentations, and is the author of You and Your Gender Identity: A Guide to Discovery.
Today’s show features, Bethany Webster. Bethany is a writer, transformational coach, international speaker and what you could call a “midwife of the heart.” Her work is focused on helping women heal the “mother wound” so that they can step into their divine feminine power and potential. She coaches successful women on how to heal the mother wound so that they can make a quantum leap in their impact and leadership. Bethany is the author of the forthcoming book “Healing the Mother Wound: Move Beyond What Your Mother Never Gave You and Become the Woman You’re Meant to be.”
My guest today is Namrata Rindani McMahill, a couples and family therapist in private practice in San Diego. Nam is an advocate and champion for discarded, diagnosed, shamed, judged, and marginalized people. Her career spans 12 years, 2 continents, and multiple languages. Today’s topic is a sensitive one, but one that is important and relevant to so many; we’re talking about “the other woman.” Join us!
My guest today is Stacey Horn, a relationship coach and clinical hypnotist. Stacey has been a licensed clinical social worker for 25 years and has spent the last 7 years exploring the field of hypnosis in beautiful Eagle County, Colorado. Even though hypnotherapy has been used since the 1700’s, there are still many misconceptions, mysteries, and questions surrounding this therapy technique. Stacey is here to deepen our understanding of this technique that is used in various fields. Join us!
My guest today is Dr. Nicolle Zapien, a psychotherapist, certified sex therapist, and college professor from San Francisco. Our topic today is an important one because it affects so many people. We’re discussing the experience of infidelity in relationships. Join us!
My guest today is Rebecca Wong, a relationship therapist, consultant, and speaker. She’s also the creator of Connectfulness, a research-based practice encouraging people to explore and embrace every aspect of humanity. Today’s topic is the need to be seen, heard, understood, and accepted. It’s something we both fear and desire. Rebecca is launching a podcast very soon, and she currently lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband, daughters, and furry family members. Join us!
Welcome to a show about how to deal with the end of a relationship. My guest is Stephanie Macadaan, LMFT, who practices in Los Angeles. Her work focuses on couples and individuals who are healing from breakups and starting over. Stephanie runs a support group called Happily Ever After Divorce: Healing Support for Women. This conversation is relevant to almost everyone, because the end of a relationship is a universal experience that most people go through at some point in their lives. Join us now.
My guest today is Dr. Anne Goshen, a licensed psychotherapist in San Diego, CA. Anne’s work focuses on helping couples solve conflicts, rebuild trust, and reconnect. She also helps individuals improve relationships and cope with divorce. In addition to her private practice, Anne teaches graduate courses in marriage and family therapy. Today we’re discussing how to make the decision to stay in or leave a relationship. Join us!
Today’s show features my guest, Diann Wingert, a psychotherapist and life coach in Pasadena, CA. Diann specializes her counseling and coaching to help women approach change with mindfulness, neurobiology, positive psychology, and attachment theory. Have you faced the fear of change as you approach your mid-life years? Listen for Diann’s moving and inspiring insights!