Today on Trailercast I take a moment to wonder and reflect. I often crave these moments of sitting in amazement at what is happening around me and within me. And in these moments, I give myself permission. Permission to evolve. Permission to transition and grow and make a beautiful worthy life that I get to have a say in. Would you join me?Read More
I thought I knew who I was until I talked with Enneagram queen, trainer and coach Erin Baute. Today’s podcast episode is a conversation about what the Enneagram is and what it is not. We dive into myths, rules, and why it is helpful to talk to a real live person about it.
What is the point of therapy? Today’s Trailercast Episode fields some hard hitting questions about therapy. What’s the point? How do you find a good therapist? How often should you go and who gets to decide that? When do you know that you’re done? I think the point of therapy is total restoration. I am not looking for partial healing. I expect things to get all the way better. Call me an optimist, but this is what I’m after. For me, for others, for anyone who wants to begin the journey home.
In this episode, I totally fan girl talking to Heather Avis, the unapologetic and graceful author of The Lucky Few and Scoot Over and Make Some Room. Heather is a mother of 3 beautiful children, Macyn, Truly and August. We chat today about down syndrome, sharing about our kids in a public way, inclusion, safety and all the mama bear things we could think of. Cheers.Read More
Today my husband Jesse makes his debut on Trailercast as we sit on the same beach we did in middle school together. This time we sit there with our kids, recording ourselves talking about the kids going back to school, being a stay at home dad, personality, intentional parenting, and all the mom and dad things.Read More
Today I come to you as a learning leader. I’m working through some of my own stuff while also building a sense of community with people who are ready and available. Listen in as I tell you my experiences this week with Onsite Workshop’s Leadership Academy, Weekend’s, and the Radical Wellness Collaborative.
Today I interview Lisa Olivera, LMFT in the Berkeley area and an incredibly warm, calming person. This is a simple conversation between two therapists about therapy and appreciating all the parts that we are as human beings.Read More
This quick episode is about change; unexpected change and created change. It is about dreaming big and going all out. As I touch on these things, I will also give you some important announcements regarding my own work and dreams!Read More
Today I introduce to you Bonnie Lewis, a friend of mine and a spiritual director living in Austin, Texas. This interview goes both ways. I ask her about her story that brought her to what she does today and she asks me the questions she might ask a client in a spiritual directing session. This conversation is for ALL of you. You do not have to claim Christianity as your faith of choice to benefit from spiritual direction. We dance with the soul in a raw and healing way that you won’t want to miss.Read More
In this episode, I interview sexologist, speaker and author Dr. Celeste Holbrook. Celeste works from her “she-shed” in her backyard where she helps women achieve soul-centered sex through planned mental and behavioral changes. We talk about sensuality, innocence, spirituality and sex, a bit of anatomy, trauma, sexual agency, boundaries, power, and of course we insert a few puns in there ; )Read More
In this episode, I respond to your rapid fire questions on Instagram Stories. We’ll discusses everything from what to do if you can’t afford therapy, co-parenting, my personal relationship with my dad and forgiveness, spirituality, orgasming, being honest in business, and how to have healthy boundaries with your spouse, sister-in-law and more!Read More
There are some things I just wish were different. But all that wishing doesn’t make reality any less true or any less painful. Episode 72 is the Father’s Day episode I wasn’t planning on recording, let alone publishing. Sometimes it’s the things in our blind spots that help to illuminate the whole picture.
LMFT Elyse Snipes interviews Yoga Instructor and Self-Care advocate, Aurora Allen about the mind body connection. They discuss everything from the parallel nature of their work, trauma and the para sympathetic nervous system, breath work, lady parts, and how core beliefs meet core strength.Read More