In this episode, I talk with my friend Sarah Sullivan about the joys and struggles of motherhood. We talk about caring for our mental health as mothers, finding the balance between self care and selfishness, toxic positivity, decision making in parenting, and giving permission for our feelings.
In this episode, I interview my husband, Joshua, about his take on mental health as a man. We discuss expectations put on men and the difficulties that come with caring for our emotional health. We also talk about transgender issues, parenthood, teaching our kids about their emotions, and vulnerability in friendship.
In this episode, I talk with a fellow counselor and friend, Antonia Seman. We discuss the role of diagnosis in the counseling process and what it really means to receive a mental health diagnosis. We also give a counselor’s perspective on the counseling process and how we help others find healing. We shed some lightContinue reading “More than a diagnosis”
In this episode, I talk with my sister in law & friend, Madelyn Johnson, about the life and death of her daughter, Amelia. We talk about the real emotions around losing a child to stillbirth, the messy grieving and recovery process, and grief work in counseling. This episode is dedicated to my dear niece, AmeliaContinue reading “Grief is hard.”
In this episode, I talk with Ana Glaze about her experience in counseling. We talk about how much is too much to share in therapy (spoiler alert–you can never share too much!), the power of giving ourselves permission to devote time to our own healing, and common misconceptions about therapy. Ana & Daniel’s YouTube channel:Continue reading “It’s okay to focus on yourself”
Welcome to the Abide Counseling Podcast! In this episode, you will hear about the messy beginnings of podcast adventures and the hopes and desires for what this podcast has to offer. Thanks for being here. Thank you to Becka Landry for the incredible intro and outro music! Link for the Abide Counseling Podcast Facebook group:Continue reading “Introduction”