2018 has officially drawn to a close and we are welcoming and embracing 2019 with Barbara Biziou, a modern day “urban priestess.” In this insightful episode, she discusses powerful rituals, setting intentions, gathering tools, and opening our hearts as we go through our endings and beginnings.
Teodora Pavkovich is an international traveler and a voracious learner. She is a person who strives to build community wherever she goes through connection, healing, teaching, and being 100% present. Currently her work is centered around the world of parents and children, and how they can thrive in this modern world of technology.
“We are all teachers and students of this classroom of life” says Linda Glick, a singer and voice coach who resonates and emanates love in all that she does.
Listen in to her and Susan as they discuss the power and vulnerability of singing and the grace of learning through love.
Romy Phillips is a true Renaissance woman - from her beginnings as an art historian, to dance and movement, right up to today as an interdisciplinary yoga instructor, her focus has been building the mind/body connection within herself and within others.
Find out more about her story and strategies, and her new book in this insightful episode!
We have lost touch with the natural world - but we can get it back through our senses - by “diving deep/ into the soil and breathing it all in.” Scott Edward Anderson’s conversation with Susan explores the ideas behind his new book Dwelling: an ecopoem.
Lisa Jason is weaving her art and her life into song and performance ~ using the pain, the sorrow, the love and the joy ~ “It’s never too late to be vulnerable. Everything is important when it comes to you.”
Katharine Hargreaves wants you to live your own individual definition of freedom. She stands ready to help you design your freedom by helping you design your world ~ “My superpower is designing the conditions and holding the space for transformation to happen.”
Dr. Kimya N. Dennis is a prolific writer, college professor, community organiser, and a believer in interconnectedness and breaking down barriers. Her work combines the worlds of criminology and sociology, looking at cultural differences and encouraging a multidisciplinary approach for all doctors and mental health professionals where diversity is discussed every day instead of in workshops and seminars.
She wants to shatter the myth that “only white people have mental health issues,”...
Taryn Kennedy, Associate Producer & Director of Online Media for In the Balance talks with Susan in our continuing series Meet The Team. “I want to have no regrets, I’d rather try and fail, than not take a risk.”
Switching it up for our listeners ~ In the Balance podcast creator and interviewer Susan Lambert is interviewed by her podcast producer Walker Vreeland!
Part two gives truth to the saying ‘therapists are people too!’ as Susan tells her personal story of becoming a therapist. Tune in and get to know the woman whose voice you hear every week on the marvelous podcast series In the Balance.
Switching it up for our listeners, In the Balance podcast creator and interviewer Susan Lambert is interviewed by her podcast producer Walker Vreeland!
In part one Susan takes us into the world of therapy ~ what happens in “the room,” her thoughts on balancing insight work with how-to strategies and the extraordinary opportunity inherent in therapy ~ to have a “pure, private, sacred relationship that’s all about the client’s wellness.”
After writing White Walling: Art, Race, and Protest in Three Acts, Aruna asks - “How do I now organize a professional life knowing what I know? How do I operate ethically in terms of building a sustainable life that’s also one of purpose?”
“To admit ‘I’m not okay’ gave others the permission to admit they were ‘not okay either’” ~ Leslie M. Browning shares her journey from feeling broken to finding the other side of brokenness, and the realization that healing is an ever going procession.
Laurie Meadoff says “Connecting makes my heart sing!” Connecting people through the power of the arts - moving borders, dismantling barriers, dissolving prejudices - all this and more is at the heart and soul of Laurie Meadoff’s life work.
“Be in control of social media. Curate your social media life. Change it from comparison and competition to inspiration and challenge.” This is just one of the many valuable suggestions to come out of Susan’s conversation with Liz Miles, a 26 year old “millennial” navigating her life in NYC. Incredibly bright and articulate, Liz talks about her beginning days as an 18 year old college student with anxiety who needed help. She got that help (listen in to hear how) and is now traveling with a...
Jessica MacLeod, PhD, is the nurse practitioner who takes us inside the world we see in the documentary Invisible Patients ~ She talks with Susan about her five years working with the housebound - the elderly and those with grave illnesses. “We have a healthcare system and a culture that is neglecting those who need health care the most.”
In a review of her writing,Beate Sigriddaughter was told she had “an infectious positive attitude,” and this comes through in her conversation with Susan. She is a poet who is committed to “putting poetry into practice,” taking her ideals of love, joy and gratitude into the world. What could be a higher mission than that?
Laura Harrington chats with Susan about her creative process, the need for beginner’s mind, and her long career as a writer across many genres; award winning playwright, lyricist, librettist, and novelist. She wants to keep moving the bar so she’s not repeating herself, but “Music is in everything I write,” she says. “My ear is smarter than my eye.”