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Welcome to In the Wake with Whytli! I am a certified life coach and a mental health advocate. I am also a survivor of sexual and mental abuse. The phrase 'in the wake' means the ‘result of something occurring’ and I originally started this podcast as a result of my story and everything I have overcome. I continuously choose to rise up from the trenches and speak up about these various taboo and stigmatized topics. I choose empowerment, growth, and empathy. As I continue on my healing and self growth journey, I will use my voice to share my truth and insights along with amplifying the voices and stories of others. I interview guests whose messages have resonated with and inspired me. Tune in for weekly episodes on all things mental health, survivorship, and self help!!

Welcome to In the Wake with Whytli! I am a certified life coach and a mental health advocate. I am also a survivor of sexual and mental abuse. The phrase 'in the wake' means the ‘result of something occurring’ and I originally started this podcast as a result of my story and everything I have overcome. I continuously choose to rise up from the trenches and speak up about these various taboo and stigmatized topics. I choose empowerment, growth, and empathy. As I continue on my healing and self growth journey, I will use my voice to share my truth and insights along with amplifying the voices and stories of others. I interview guests whose messages have resonated with and inspired me. Tune in for weekly episodes on all things mental health, survivorship, and self help!!

Location:

Henderson, NV

Description:

Welcome to In the Wake with Whytli! I am a certified life coach and a mental health advocate. I am also a survivor of sexual and mental abuse. The phrase 'in the wake' means the ‘result of something occurring’ and I originally started this podcast as a result of my story and everything I have overcome. I continuously choose to rise up from the trenches and speak up about these various taboo and stigmatized topics. I choose empowerment, growth, and empathy. As I continue on my healing and self growth journey, I will use my voice to share my truth and insights along with amplifying the voices and stories of others. I interview guests whose messages have resonated with and inspired me. Tune in for weekly episodes on all things mental health, survivorship, and self help!!

Language:

English


Episodes

Spiritualism with Harpartap Cheema

9/8/2021
Harpartap and Whytli met during their senior year of high school while participating in first week ice breaker activities. From that day forward, many unforgettable memories were made and introspective conversations were had. Harpartap is currently living in France where he is studying to one day become an architect. In his free time, he lets his artistic juices flow along with diving deeper into his Sikh beliefs and practices. Post high school, the two have continued to stay in touch...

Duration:01:19:18

Recovering From a Cult & Reclaiming Your Voice with Lopa van der Mersch

8/26/2021
Lopa van der Mersch is many things: Ayurvedic practitioner. Mother of two. Sustainability advocate. TEDx speaker. Recovering cult member. Her adventures have taken her around the world in search of health, spiritual fulfillment, and deep energy. 2 Years ago, she added a new chapter to her life story: Founder and CEO of Rasa, the adaptogenic coffee alternatives revolutionizing people’s relationship to their energy. Many of us spend our lives seeking spiritual truth and fulfillment. But, for...

Duration:00:46:03

An Introvert's Boundaries with Anung Vilay

8/10/2021
Anung Vilay is the owner of Courageous Creativity, where she helps introverts and black sheep create lives that fit them instead of continuously trying to fit into the boxes that society has pushed. She's the host of two podcasts: The Introvert's Bubble and I Don't Wanna Fit In. On top of that, she is also an author and photographer. In this episode, Anung shares her experiences setting boundaries and taking care of herself as an introvert. She describes what it was like growing up as an...

Duration:00:40:38

Breaking Down Antisemitism with Jamie Beth Cohen

7/21/2021
Jamie Beth Cohen is a novelist, essayist, storyteller, and podcaster. She writes about difficult things, but her friends think she’s actually really funny. Jamie lives in Lancaster County, PA with her family and hosts the spreadsheet podcast, “There’s a Column for That!” Her writing has appeared in TeenVogue.com, The Washington Post/On Parenting, HuffPost, and several other outlets. WASTED PRETTY, her debut novel for teens and their adults is a sex-positive story about the aftermath of a...

Duration:00:51:36

The Spectrum of Gender & Sexuality with Shannon Knight

6/30/2021
Shannon Knight (she/her) is a queer therapist with a private practice in Tampa, FL where she specializes in working with individuals and couples. She’s the author of Understanding Gender Identity an online course for parents and professionals to better understand their gender diverse child. She's also the co-host of The Tarot Diagnosis a podcast where her and her colleague, Luna, explore the intersection of psychology, mental health, and tarot. In this episode, Shannon helps us break down...

Duration:00:45:42

Domestic Violence & PTSD with Stevie Croisant

6/16/2021
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of abuse, sexual assault, and trauma. If you are a survivor of abuse or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE(7233). // Stevie is the...

Duration:00:54:21

Living with Bipolar Disorder with Anna + Maria Duke

6/2/2021
Anna and Maria are twins and co-hosts of the mental health podcast, Bipolar Bicoastal. They launched the show after receiving their bipolar diagnoses in order to help others struggling with mental illness and the people that love them. Bipolar Bicoastal is a blend of discussions and interviews that offer a humorous look at serious mental health topics and concrete ways to cope with bipolar disorder. Anna lives in Baltimore, MD and is a manager on a crisis hotline for sexual assault...

Duration:00:51:08

Stigmas of Autism with Brianne Leeson

5/19/2021
Brianne Leeson is an artist and small business owner from Dallas, Texas. She is also the creator of the scripted comedy/fiction podcast Today’s Lucky Winner. You might have recognized Brianne from Episode 80 where she shared how her ADHD and eating disorder affected one another. In this follow up part two episode, Brianne is continuing her story about how she has also received an autism diagnosis. Brianne was diagnosed in her thirties with ADHD and later autism which led her to a whole new...

Duration:00:46:01

Thriving After Sexual Abuse with Denise Bossarte

5/5/2021
Denise is a poet and an award-winning writer, photographer, and artist, and an IT professional. And she is a survivor of childhood abuse. She is the author of a new self-help book: "Thriving After Sexual Abuse: Break Your Bondage to the Past and Live a Life You Love" where she provides tips and suggestions for readers to seek help, self-reflect, and pursue healing through a range of activities and practices and offers tangible strategies for readers to reclaim their lives and move forward to...

Duration:00:51:08

Social Justice Parenting with Dr. Traci Baxley

4/28/2021
Dr. Traci Baxley is a mother of five, consultant, educator and coach dedicated to supporting families, organizations and corporations in developing diversity & inclusion practices that lead to meaningful relationships, genuine belonging and high productivity. She is also the creator of Social Justice Parenting®, a philosophy that moves families from fear-based parenting to creating spaces of belonging through compassion, radical love and social justice engagement. In this episode, Traci...

Duration:00:34:02

Spiritual Bypassing with Samantha Kennett

4/14/2021
Founder of the Enchanted Queen Empire, Samantha helps women combine the energy of a goddess with the strategy of a CEO to create a fulfilling life and business. Empowering you to plan, execute and play in the action frequency to hit your goals through deep transformative mindset and strategic coaching. In this episode, Samantha helps us unpack 10 forms of spiritual bypassing and why they are harmful behaviors or beliefs. She also explains why the exclusive love & light brand of spirituality...

Duration:00:52:36

Autism Awareness with Antonio Myers

4/7/2021
Antonio Myers is a D.C. resident on the autism spectrum. He believes that autism is his super blessing as he's a high-school valedictorian, college graduate, world traveler, podcast host, speaker/writer, and disability advocate. "For Antonio Myers, life with autism has always felt like sitting in a movie theater. Everyone is watching the same film, but he’s the only one wearing 3-D glasses. He says, “I am able to see more, behind the scenes, which enables me to understand more of what’s in...

Duration:00:26:54

Healthy Conflict Resolution with Amanda Semenoff

3/31/2021
Amanda is a Civil Mediator and Conflict Resolution Specialist. She loves sticky, seemingly unsolvable problems. She uses tools like Dispute Specific Conflict Coaching, Online Mediation and Open Dialogue to help people have healthy conversations, set boundaries and resolve issues. When she isn't working you can find her exploring the woods of the Pacific Northwest with her kids and her dog. In this episode, Amanda shares her tips and tools to having productive, healthy conversations when in...

Duration:00:47:01

Rape Culture and Victim Blaming with Chidera Dimaka

3/17/2021
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape and sexual assault. If you are a survivor of abuse or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE(4673). // Chidera Dimaka is a Nigerian...

Duration:00:44:24

Embracing Change & Growth of Self with Areena Antoine

3/10/2021
Fluent in French and English, Areena Antoine was born in Mauritius Island and grew up in Vancouver, BC. Areena is an undergraduate Sociology student at the University of British Columbia. Sociology has helped Areena discover her passion for women's rights. After her studies, she hopes to become a lawyer specializing in human rights. In her free time, she is a mentor with Go Girls helping young girl’s build confidence and self-awareness to thrive. Passionate and dedicated, Areena is the host...

Duration:00:31:42

Unapologetically Prioritizing Yourself with Hawa Stephens

3/3/2021
Hawa Stephens is a former party girl who has overcome toxic relationships, lack of confidence, feeling unworthy, letting go of others expectations, and not being afraid to go after her dreams. She has a podcast called The Self Love Tribe that helps ambitious females go for it with relatable topics and discussions. She loves helping women learn how to love themselves and build confidence. In this episode, Hawa shares the experiences that led her to make a drastic shift in her life where she...

Duration:00:33:20

The Importance of Consent & Sex Education with Dr. Nazanin Moali

2/24/2021
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified Sex Therapist. Her private practice is located in Torrance and she specializes in working with couples and individuals struggling with issues of sex and intimacy. Dr. Moali hosts a weekly podcast called Sexology introducing the most intriguing findings in psychology of sex and intimacy. Sexology podcast was launched four years ago and it has over 60,000 downloads per month and It has been listened to in over 82...

Duration:00:33:02

Surviving Childhood Incest with Annie Margis

2/17/2021
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of sexual abuse, childhood trauma, and incest. If you are a survivor of abuse, incest, or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL RAINN's National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673) or...

Duration:00:30:16

Self Compassion and Softening Your Inner Critic

2/10/2021
Last year, I had a breakthrough in therapy that led me to realize just how self critical and perfectionistic I was. After coming to terms with the suffering I was creating for myself, I began to work through a Self Compassion workbook during my therapy sessions. This workbook teaches the three components needed to build a self compassionate voice: mindfulness, common humanity, and self kindness. In this solo episode, I relay some key things I have learned along the way on my self growth...

Duration:00:32:20

Sexism and Gender Equality with Shu Matsuo Post

2/3/2021
Shu Matsuo Post is a successful business person in Japan, one of the most gender-rigid nations on the planet. When he got married and chose to take his wife’s name, the opposition he encountered gave him an unexpected glimpse into a woman’s world. It also gave him a taste of vulnerability, emotional connection, and the freedom he had been craving all his life. Flowing seamlessly between his own journey, his wife’s journey, and their journey together as they struggled to break the bonds of...

Duration:00:35:35