Healing Charlotte Podcast: Reia Chapman, Mental Health & Social Justice Advocate

Today, we have the pleasure of meeting Reia Chapman, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is the founder and an outpatient therapist at The Center for Family and Maternal Wellness, founder of the Social Justice Emotional Response Collective, and an inspiring writer and content creator for Decolonize Psychotherapy. She has a strong background in reproductiveContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Reia Chapman, Mental Health & Social Justice Advocate”

Katie’s Bookshelf: On Grief and Grieving by Kubler-Ross & Kessler

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross is known for her work around grief and later in life began collaborating with David Kessler. “On Grief and Grieving” is the last book she wrote before dying. The book is about finding the meaning of grief through the stages of grief. The authors go through the stages(denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance)Continue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: On Grief and Grieving by Kubler-Ross & Kessler”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Lynne Beck, Couples Therapist

Our guest today is Lynne Beck, a Licensed Mental Heal Counselor who works with adults and specializes in couples therapy. Her journey to couples therapy began when she was working with adults and saw how much distress was related to relationships; romantic, parent-child, and friendships. She began her training in “Emotionally Focused Therapy” developed byContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Lynne Beck, Couples Therapist”

Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin’s “The Four Tendencies” divides people into categories based on how they are motivated. The Upholder is motivated both internally and externally, the Questioner is internally, the Obliger is externally, and the Rebel is neither. Her recommendation is to determine which category you fit into and work with yourself and not against. Of courseContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin”

Katie’s Bookshelf: Lost Connections by Johann Hari

Author Johann Hari of “Lost Connections,” uses his past experience with anxiety, depression, and medications as the catalyst to explore what really works. Hari’s central theme is around disconnection. That when people are challenged by anxiety and depression, it’s not just a faulty chemical imbalance in the brain, it’s something much bigger that we areContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Lost Connections by Johann Hari”