Andrea Klunder works with mission-driven individuals and organizations to help them use podcasting as a powerful tool for connection, trust, and social impact. She is the Producer & Host of Podcast Envy, all about the craft of podcasting beyond the microphone, and The Creative Impostor Podcast, a show all about how to take bold action in your life and work, despite the little voice in your head that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t do THAT!” In 2017, she launched Power Your Story, a high school mentoring program and podcast produced by students with diverse learning challenges in Chicago. Andrea is the Producer & Editor of Key Change, a podcast by The Santa Fe Opera and Opera for All Voices, and believes in the power of podcasting to develop an intimate connection with your listeners, build loyal community, and immerse your followers in an authentic brand experience through engaging, entertaining, and educational audio media. Andrea has been a featured speaker and trainer for Podcast Movement, Next Door Chicago, Singularity Storytelling Summit, Nikki Nigl’s About Women, Chicago Public Schools, and many, many podcasts!
“It's a weird place to be when you're in the midst of your own work.” ~Ashley Solomon First of all, you know I love getting to know new friends on air. Secondly, if you’ve listened to this show for a while (and why wouldn’t you?!), you know I’m all in when the topic du jour is either NARM-adjacent or Enneagram-related. But when the conversation contains all the things? Oh, my!  Ashley Solomon, PSY.D, CEDS, is founder of Gelia collaborative in Cincinnati and a new best friend. The collaborative is female-focused, supporting women’s wellbeing and empowerment through behavioral health, leadership, coaching, content creation, and events. Ashley specializes in eating disorders, fertility, anxiety, and career issues. While both of us use different models in practice, our desire to help clients regain agency lost to the relational or developmental traumas experienced in childhood is aligned. “We can alter and change those things,” she says, “through some of that inner child work and reparenting ourselves and kind of shifting things in our present-day relationships.”  Beyond her own inner child work, the Enneagram is the model that has resonated with Ashley the most on a personal and relational level. She describes it as a “cool uncovering” process which has provided her with a complete picture of her authentic nature.  GUEST BIO:  Dr. Ashley Solomon is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Galia Collaborative, a behavioral health and empowerment organization dedicated to elevating the impact of purpose-driven girls and women. She blends her love for research, her commitment to social justice, and her hard-earned experience to support women at challenge points in their lives.  For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: *** Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork. Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: Facebook: Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi
In this episode of the Feel Good Effect Podcast, we're talking about how to simply reset your eating habits to feel good without going all or nothing, beating yourself up in the process, or comparing yourself to who you were or to others. Show Notes (under episode 161) Get Simplified, Gentle Wellness Tips + Be in the Know Connect on Instagram Join the Facebook group Show the Feel Good Effect Love If you loved today’s episode be sure to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts so we can keep bringing you more content like this! Share the show on Instagram, tagging @realfoodwholelife so that we can connect and highlight listeners on my feed.
Episode 073. “Don't give up, get creative. I'm staying sane. And if I can -- total shiny object syndrome -- then you can too. And yeah, don't be afraid to try new things, new podcasts." ~Lisette Austin So, what does a change of scenery look like to an award-winning travel-hacking podcaster? In a time of social upheaval? During a global pandemic? For Lisette Austin, aka Jet Set Lisette, that means staying the course. And, trying something new. Maybe…if/when she lands on the perfect encore to The Globetrotter Lounge, her podcast featuring “inspiring women who have found creative ways to travel more.” COVID has forced many creatives to reevaluate more than just their revenue streams. Inequalities highlighted by the social justice movement have prompted possible content shifts. And while the mileages may vary between individual podcasters, the results are the same: evolution at warp-speed. Lisette’s taking the trip in stride.  On staying the course. As a Black woman behind the mic in a field dominated by white (mostly male) faces, Lisette’s show has led the charge with a diverse roster of guests since the beginning.  On trying something new. Grounded travel podcasters are an antsy bunch. It’s no surprise, then, that months spent in one place have Lisette contemplating different show ideas, a new view in audio form. What is surprising is that she fleshed out some of her options in real-time on Podcast Envy!  Get the full show notes, and my favorite podcasting resources, at:   Podcast Angels: 10/1 - Launch Your Podcast Online Class Details & RSVP: Office Hours - Complimentary Coaching on Podcast Envy Apply for your complimentary coaching session to be recorded for a future episode of Podcast Envy: Rather pay for a private session? Book with me here: Craft & Culture via Patreon Craft & Culture is my exclusive membership space for both current and aspiring podcasters featuring my super secret Podcast Envy Craft & Culture podcast! You can get started for just $5/month and ask me your podcasting questions, which I will answer in audio form or upgrade to VIP for even more face time with me. Libsyn Podcast Hosting Service The best! Get your first month free when you use promo code: envy. Connect with Lisette Website Podcast Instagram Facebook Connect with me Email Facebook Group The Creative Impostor Facebook Page @thecreativeimpostor Instagram: @thecreativeimpostor LinkedIn: @andreaklunder (I only accept connections from people I actually know, so include a message to say you're a Podcast Envy listener.) *** Do you LOVE Podcast Envy? What's your fave episode? What have you learned? What mistakes have I saved you from making with your show? I'd LOVE if you would leave me a review. Here's where you can do that: Peace, love & podcasting, Andrea Klunder, Your Podcast Boss
“We have to be able to have these uncomfortable conversations and put in some uncomfortable strategies for people to move forward.” ~Brandon Jones What, exactly, is intergenerational trauma? How does structural racism even work? For Brandon Jones, the answers are balled up in the same knot of his origins story. As a psychotherapist, a professor with dual Masters degrees, and a 2013 Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow, Brandon’s committed to educating people about the intentional cycles of trauma and drama that supremacist culture has fostered within families of color.  For white folks, confronting these life-long, centuries-old systems requires acknowledgement of advantages that most of us have come to rely on, consciously and unconsciously. Our conversation begins with Brandon’s winding journey of self-discovery and travels through instances of early bias conditioning and “bootstrapping” - the racist myth that hard work is enough to level the playing field for all - in his own life. He sheds light on aspects of everyday, institutional racism, easy to overlook if you’re not intimately acquainted with them. What I call out as ignorance or “blindness” on the part of white folks, Brandon defines as denial, the privilege to avoid confronting what is known - another underhanded tactic from the supremacy playbook.  Listeners, you know how much I love a good chat! Well, Brandon humored yours truly so much that we almost ran out of time for the healer questions. Almost. GUEST BIO:  Brandon Jones is a Psychotherapist, Professor and currently serves as the Integrated Services Manager at NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center. He specializes in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Historical and Intergenerational trauma, Social/Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Leadership, and Youth Justice. Born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Brandon has survived living in a home of domestic violence and various other forms of trauma. Brandon holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Masters in Community Psychology from Metropolitan State University, and a Masters in Psychotherapy (MFT) from Adler Graduate School. Brandon is also a 2013 Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow. He is also a professor at Metropolitan State University and Century College. He lives by the motto of “Live life with Purpose on Purpose.” For full show notes, guest information, and resources, visit: *** Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork. Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: Facebook: Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi
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