The Sapient Living Podcast, hosted by Rebecca E. Webber is a show full of sage advice for modern humans. Topics include health, wellness, self care, managing symptoms of chronic illness, Reiki, meal planning and prep, home economics, marriage, communication, money management and more.
Today we got our ballots and living in King County that means there is a lot about the police. I'll be the first to admit that I don't know all there is to know about the Black Lives Matter movement or Defund the Police, but what I see over and over is that what is needed most is to fund other services that would help in a systemic, community minded way. Because he is a Mental Health Clinician based out of Capital Hill, Thomas has some experience being the service provider that many know are highly needed. Unfortunately the non-profit he works for isn't doing well financially and Covid-19 has brought more restrictive funding along with many other challenges. In this episode we so our best to simply start this conversation.
In this episode, Thomas Webber shares his insights and stories gained from working with individuals experiencing delusions. He also gave me the opportunity to contribute with my own insights as an anthropologist and experiences as someone who is mentally ill.
Thomas is a Mental Health Clinician currently working for a large non-profit in Seattle, WA with the dream to one day branch out and start his own practice as an Emotional Alignment Facilitator. We are currently working to make this happen by Spring 2021.
If you are interested in partnering with Thomas on your own mental health journey, please visit thomasfwebber.com to sign up to get notified when he opens up his scheduler to new clients and to see examples of past Emotional Alignment sessions.
On today's episode we have Dennis R Sumlin! Dennis is a confidence and mindset coach and the founder of Core Confidence Life, an education and promotion company. He hosts a weekly podcast of the same name. With his background in communication, personal development, and eastern spiritual philosophy, Dennis helps motivated millennials to unlock their true power and manifest the goals, relationships, and future they desire.
In this episode we talk about self esteem, intimacy, personal development, holistic and Eastern spiritual philosophy, healthy masculinities and so much more. We hope you enjoy the interview!
To learn more about Dennis and to start working with him, please visit: CoreConfidenceLife.com
Also check out Dennis' podcast, Core Confidence Life!
Maggie Conrad has spent the last 20 years tapping into her intuition while growing past her life circumstances and difficult experiences. As a mom and as the founder of Joyful Boss Mamas, she has learned to let go of everything that isn’t best for her and her son to instead make room for joy. Her purpose is to share all that she has learned with others by guiding them to become the whole, happy, and connected women, mamas, and business owners that they deserve to be. JoyfulBossMamas.com
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On today's episode I am joined by my delightful husband, Thomas, to talk with you all about our shared work. Over the years we have learned a lot of lessons and had many successes, but because we have not yet achieved many of the big goals we have set for ourselves, we've neglected to acknowledge how far we have come. We want to get further, find more answers and such, but for now we are going to take a beat. We are going to document and share what is already working for those who may benefit from our experience.
In this episode I discuss the Sapient Diet including why I started developing it in the first place, what is and is not allowed in the protocol, how I used it to get my husband fully in remission from Junior Rheumatoid/Idiopathic Arthritis and what I want to do with it in the future. I hope I didn't come off as too nervous for you to understand what I was trying to explain. I find that I get super anxious when I talk about this subject, but this that it matters more that I share then it does to avoid being uncomfortable. If you or someone you know could benefit from this work please let me know!
Hello and welcome to The Sapient Living Podcast. My name is Rebecca Elizabeth Webber and I am the founder of Sapient Living. It is my mission to use my experience as a human rights and body image activist, environmentalist and chronically ill lady to offer sage advice for modern humans. I believe that we as a people have the ability to be creatures of good taste and create a life for ourselves as well as a planet for everyone that is not only holistically sustainable but inclusive of all our diverse needs. In this podcast and around the Sapient Living web of pages you will find resources on topics such as home economics, using food to heal and not harm, time and money management, authentic expression, mental health and so much more. I look forward to meeting you and learning how I might help you on your personal journey. Thank you!