Season 2 Episode 3: The Shadow
Who are we when no one is looking? How well do you know the deepest parts of your mind? How can we exist in a paradoxical world that has both beauty and pain? In this episode we learn about Carl Jung and his theory of personality. Archetypes, Individuation, the persona, the shadow and much more. In this episode you will hear from Casarah Peng- LCSW, and Matt Geders- Director of Training at One Shepherd Leadership Institute. Guests: Casarah Peng- LCSW, Matt Geders- Director of Training at One Shepherd Leadership Institute Learn more about One Shepherd here: https://1shepherd.com/ Learn more about Casarah Peng here: https://tinyurl.com/35d5e5s3 #Counseling #MentalHealth #Psychology
April 28, 2022
Season 2 Episode 2: To Those Who Survive
Trauma can take on many forms. It can leave a long lasting impact. This episode is meant to be empowering. To those who survive, trauma can be crippling or / and it can be a powerful tool for life change. Join me as I get a glimpse of the industry from the eyes of Jordyn Hope- Recovery Coach at Flourish and Thrive, and Madison Herrell of Preferred Family Healthcare. In this episode we travel back in time to view the historical context of Philippe Pinel, Trauma, and the progression of Mental Health.
November 30, 2021
Season 2 Episode 1- Grief & Loss
Welcome back! It’s been a minute. It seems fitting to pick up where our world left off. I want to know about your grief, about your loss. You didn’t experience this in a vacuum. Join me as we look at the ever famous Stages of Grief. Have you experienced loss this year? Many have, this episode is for you.
September 12, 2021
Counseling Convos: Episode 6: Social Resiliency Abroad- Special Guest Julia Sampolska
Episode 6: Social Resiliency Abroad- Special Guest Julia Sampolska Processing a pandemic is one thing, to do it overseas in an entirely different culture and language while in high school, well, that's something entirely different. Join me on a Covid edition of The Counseling Convos Podcast as I interview Julia Sampolska, an exchange student from Poland. Julia had to cut her stay short and head back to Poland on a government-issued plane. This was recorded the night before she left. Julie shares about her year in review, seasons of change, covid related dynamics, and having to transition on a dime.
April 02, 2020
Counseling Convos: Episode 5 Fringe Identity
The Jungle is a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878–1968). Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the harsh conditions and exploited the lives of immigrants in the United States in Chicago and similar industrialized cities. His primary purpose in describing the meat industry and its working conditions was to advance socialism in the United States. However, most readers were more concerned with several passages exposing health violations and unsanitary practices in the American meatpacking industry during the early 20th century, which greatly contributed to a public outcry which led to reforms including the Meat Inspection Act. Sinclair famously said of the public reaction, "I aimed at the public's heart, and by accident, I hit it in the stomach." Unintended Consequences come in many shapes and can have a long-lasting impact on people's lives. It can impact identity, cultures, history, and sometimes our very existence. For Madeline Coburn, an unintended consequence left her to be identified as legally deceased for 10 years! This is a Remarkable story about a women's life that is filled with mysteries and in some ways is still unresolved. Madeline is not allowed to vote, because she was listed as not even living! Her story was featured on CNN! There are naturally difficult situations in life, death, accidents, injuries, arguments, job losses. But sometimes the universe throws a curveball, something completely out of the left field. Something we are not expecting in any way what so ever. When I first read The Jungle, I found it so intriguingly eerie how one's identity can be easily formed by the setting in which they live and work. At the turn of the century, in which the book is framed, the main character and his young wife struggle to survive as they fall deeply into debt and become prey to con men. Debt is something most people can somewhat relate to. —- Being subject to experience completely unfamiliar can be traumatic. The effect, long-lasting. Finding the Funny Mallori DeSalle (Integrated Care Change Agent (Indiana University/ Truman State University) NCC (nationally certified counselor LMHC (licensed mental health counselor CCMHC (Certified clinical Health counselor) - If there's letters to be acquired, shes got em. - She views Humor as a clinical tool, motivational interviewing or screening, and brief interventions. (She speaks/ trains/ facilitates in all these areas) -Mallori confronts the case that humor in counseling is an avoidance response and in some ways a defense mechanism. She shared that it can be our body's way of surviving, allowing us to feel something other than the painful emotions we might carry. Listen to her take and how to distinguish between a healthy response and an avoidant one. Mallori DeSalle twitter: @malgaldesalle Website: www.laffirmationstation.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mallori-desalle-4918378 Madeline Coburn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coburnenterprise
March 02, 2020
Counseling Convos: Episode 4 Emotional Intelligence
Counseling Convos: Episode 4 Emotional Intelligence I knew I wanted to be a psychotherapist between the ages of 12-15. It wasn’t solidified until my trip to Nashville in 2006 when I decided to travel to Uganda a year later. I was a senior in high school and was blessed enough by numerous church families and sponsers to partner with a non profit called Invisible children. After approximately 3 weeks of witnessing first hand accounts of the impact left by the Lords Resistance Army in that area, I couldn’t not think about living a life focused on mental health and shaping culture for the betterment of society. I had decided to attend a Christian College in the small town of Lincoln Ill, then pursue my masters in professional counseling at Lindenwood University in St. Charles Mo. After all these years now, of providing therapy in so many avenues, so many pockets of town, to so many varying types of people. I can’t emphasize enough the importance of Emotional Intelligence. In todays episode, we dive into emotional intelligence as it pertains to the workplace. Emotional intelligence (also known as ‘emotional quotient’, or EQ) was ranked sixth in the World Economic Forum’s list of the top 10 skills that employees will need to possess to thrive in the workplace of the future. But what is EQ? How can it affect your progression at work and your ability to interact with teams and peers, and what impact can it have on your physical and mental wellbeing?
December 08, 2019
Counseling Convos: Episode 3 Self Image
Body Dysmorphic Disorder, ED, Self Concept. If these terms are familiar then this episode is for you. If not, then here is a chance to learn about how much our culture is impacted by Shame, and what we can do about feeling self conscious.
July 10, 2019
Counseling Convos: Episode 2 Home
What makes a home? Is it the people? The memories? The town? Come along as I try and find out! Guests include Mary Jepsen, Ashley Key of “Key Living”, and Tonya Hankins of Hanani House. As always, I’m recording from Historic Saint Charles Missouri. Intro • Your Space • Home Space • Key Space • Associated Space • Anchor • Questioned Space • Forgotten Space • New Space • Funded Space
June 21, 2019
Counseling Convos: Episode 1 Simplicity
Join me on a walk down Main Street Saint Charles as I reflect on simplicity. What is it, how it is attained, and what we can do with it when we have it. Guest speakers include Grace Bingley LMSW, Carissa Figgins Executive Director of Community Strong, and Tricia Pyatt LPC of E3 Counseling Services. http://communitystrongscc.org https://www.e3counselingservices.com
June 06, 2019