Healing Charlotte Podcast: End of Year Reflection Prompt

I created this prompt for a client several years ago and it has stood the test of time. It’s a way to simultaneously reflect on the year that is ending and look forward to the next year. If you feel drawn to utilize this prompt, I would encourage you to consider at least 3 examplesContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: End of Year Reflection Prompt”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Crystal Emerick, Brave Step

In this episode, we meet Crystal Emerick, the founder and Executive Director of Brave Step, a non-profit that focuses on supporting those affected by sexual violence; survivors or loved ones. This 5-year old non-profit strives to empower adults impacted by sexual violence in 3 ways; personalized care(individual counseling, group therapy, peer support groups, empowerment groups),Continue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Crystal Emerick, Brave Step”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Jalah Clayton, The Black Light Foundation

On today’s episode, we meet Jalah Clayton, the President of The Black Light Foundation. The Foundation is a digitally-based, non-profit to raise awareness about mental health by educating, empowering, and enlightening Black and Caribbean communities. She founded this organization with her sister Mahogany and cousin Tristan to honor their mother and aunt, Claudia Clayton whoContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Jalah Clayton, The Black Light Foundation”

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”