Welcome to the Women In-Depth Podcast. This week I’m delighted to be joined by psychotherapist Tiffany McClain, who speaks to me about the taboo subject of money, our feelings toward it and the importance for us to have boundaries and a sense of safety.
For Tiffany, watching her parents level up was… interesting. In some ways, they equipped her mightily for success! In other ways – not so much. With a generation of poverty, violence and societal racism on one side of the equation and rigid, fundamentalist Christian conservatism on the other, she had a herculean cargo of doubt, insecurity, confusion, and mistrust all combined with a devastating fashion sense.
Being an in-the-flesh product of two extremely opposite worlds led to the feeling that she was an outsider in every situation. So, she did what any fun-loving misfit does: she became a psychotherapist.
But first, she had to overcome huge external, but more importantly, internal, barriers that kept her from going after the life of freedom that she wanted – for herself, her family and the people who she is so stoked to serve. Though the doubts once felt insurmountable, she finally came to learn that battling forces inside could lead to fundamental paradigm shifts – shifts that stand to change the course of one’s life.
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Welcome to the Women In-Depth Podcast. This week I’m delighted to be joined by Dr. Kat Kaeni about the issue of Maternal Mental Health, which is all about maternal mental health during conception, pregnancy, miscarriage or loss, birth and postpartum.
Dr. Kat is a psychologist who helps her clients find ways out of suffering or confusion and into wellness. People go to her psychotherapy practice when they are struggling with things in their life and want to feel better.
Her style of working with people is to be real and keep therapy down to earth. In her sessions, she uses compassion, insight and empathy in addition to education and training to guide healing. Her belief is that therapy should not be a mysterious process. She believes that we all have the ability to get better. Sometimes we just need a little help, and sometimes we need a lot of help.
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Welcome to the Women In-Depth Podcast, this week I’m delighted to be joined by Mia Quaglia who speaks to me about divorce, how to overcome it, ways in which to support others going through it and what thriving can look like at this difficult time in a woman’s life.
Mia started Divorce and Thrive after she was a woman in a divorce situation after being married for 25 years. She felt lost and didn’t know where to turn, even as a therapist. Now she feels the need to help others with what they’re feeling. She also wants to walk them through steps that help them recover. Divorce and Thrive is for women that are in the process of going through their divorce, or have been divorced and are still going through grief or the healing process.
The Divorce and Thrive Academy and Coaching, will provide resources and a safe place to process your own unique situation. You’ll be able to find yourself again, be more empowered, and become more resilient. You’re not alone, there are other women going through the same process, and I can help you with the use of my programs and support.
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Welcome to the Women In-Depth Podcast, I’m delighted to welcome back for her fourth appearance, Tamara Powell, LMHC. Tamara has previously appeared on the podcast in episode 10, episode 23 and episode 33 talking about spiritual abuse and navigating sexuality with spiritualty, but today she joins me to talk all about re-visioning relationships.
Tamara is a psychotherapist, and life coach who practices in Pensacola, FL. Tamara’s practice focuses on those struggling with issues related to sexuality and spirituality, including abuse and trauma.