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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

Eating Disorder Recovery and Challenging Diet Culture

11/25/2020
*Trigger Warning* This is a heavier episode as we speak of eating disorders, habits of binging and restricting, triggers, diet culture, and recovery. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder or body dysmorphia, 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. // Rachel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 12...

Duration:00:43:39

EMDR Therapy with Kini Chang

11/18/2020
Kini Chang is a practicing Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Oakland, CA. Her passion and expertise is in intergenerational trauma, addressing systemic and historical trauma experienced by communities of color. She prides herself in a holistic approach to treatment where her modalities and interventions support and heal the whole person. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Psychology where she teaches graduate and undergraduate students at Holy Names University, Golden Gate...

Duration:00:40:12

Sexual Assault, Consent Education, and Victim Blaming with Katie McMahon

11/11/2020
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, and the criminal justice system. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder or are a victim of 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. // Katie McMahon is a survivor of sexual assault and now turned advocate....

Duration:00:46:13

Coping with Grief and Loss with Jaclyn Davis

10/28/2020
*Trigger Warning* If you have lost a loved one to cancer or other means, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or skip this episode entirely. In this episode, our guest may share graphic details or stories of her experiences watching her father battle cancer, losing him, and the aftermath of grief and trauma which may be triggering or hard to hear for some. // Jaclyn Renee is a 26 year old single mother residing in Virginia. She has kind of jumped around career-wise...

Duration:00:43:15

The Healing Power of Empathy and Vulnerability with Non Wels

10/21/2020
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as our guest shares graphic details about his life-threatening battle with anorexia, mental health and recovery, and violence in childhood trauma. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder, body dysmorphia, trauma, or a mood or mental disorder, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for sharing these things to set you back in your healing journey or...

Duration:00:37:41

Shifting Gears from Autopilot to Conscious, Intentional Living with Stephanie Dawn Elizabeth

10/14/2020
Stephanie Dawn Elizabeth is an Intuitive Transformation Coach and the Host of Made of Magic: The Podcast. She's on a mission to change the idea that the magic we seek is somewhere outside of ourselves. She's here to help you awaken, embody, and amplify the magic you ALREADY have within you. I personally have been soaking up all of Stephanie's intuitive and groundbreaking work for years now. It just so happens that when I began on my journey of self love and self growth, I somehow found her...

Duration:00:43:36

Racism Within Rape Culture with Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs

10/7/2020
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, and slavery. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder or are a victim of 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. // Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is a creative, writer, and organizer based in Atlanta, GA. Her platform...

Duration:00:55:36

Intersectional Feminism with Renee Powers

9/30/2020
Renee Powers is the founder and CEO of Feminist Book Club, the premier online hub for intersectional readers that encourages resistance through reading with a monthly subscription box, blog, podcast, and meetups. She has completed her Bachelors, Masters, and PhD coursework in gender communication and is a trained racial justice facilitator through the YWCA. You can find her in Minneapolis where she lives with her spouse and their retired racing greyhound. In this episode, Renee breaks down...

Duration:00:42:00

Toxic Relationships with Dr. Rhoberta Shaler

9/23/2020
The Relationship Help Doctor, Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. Even the United States Marines have called on her for help! Dr. Shaler empowers the partners, exes, adult children, and co-workers of the relentlessly difficult, toxic people she calls Hijackals® to recognize emotional abuse, realize the effects, heal, and transform. She helps them see clearly, stop the crazy-making, and save their sanity. She defines Hijackals as “people who...

Duration:00:41:25

Body Dysmorphia and Distorted Beauty Ideals with Amari Pollard

9/16/2020
***Trigger Warning*** In this episode, we share detailed accounts of bingeing, restricting, body dysmorphia, and harmful beauty ideals. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder, body dysmorphia, and/or mental disorder, 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 to trigger negative thoughts or emotions. // Amari Pollard is 1/4 of the So-Called Oreos podcast, a...

Duration:00:46:58

Rewriting the Stories We Tell Ourselves with Sabrina Pierotti

9/9/2020
Sabrina is the podcast host for the Cultivating Curiosity Podcast, a show dedicated to sharing people's stories and the wisdom within them. Sabrina balances the podcast with a full-time, corporate job as a fashion buyer for a large retailer. In addition, she is also currently training to become a voice-over actress, so you could say she likes to stay busy! In this episode, Sabrina shares multiple examples of different stories she believed about herself and the world around her that were...

Duration:00:38:17

Perfectly Hidden Depression with Dr. Margaret Rutherford

9/2/2020
Dr. Margaret Rutherford has been a psychologist in private practice for over twenty-five years and is the author of Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from the Perfectionism That Masks Your Depression, which was published in November 2019. Margaret has been researching and writing on this topic for over five years, and she’s passionate about the message that although depression can be heavily masked by perfectionism, its damage can still be devastating to that someone who’s...

Duration:00:47:48

Trauma, Addiction, and Recovery with April Hill

8/26/2020
***Trigger Warning*** This is a heavier episode as we speak of childhood abuse, addiction, and trauma. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder, an addiction, or are a victim of abuse, 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 to trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Also, if you are a bit more sensitive or an empath, you also may want to listen with...

Duration:00:37:03

Setting Personal Boundaries with Raven Robinson

8/19/2020
{ Use promo code: WAKE for $5 off The Way Thru Boundaries Workbook } Raven Delana is the Founder, Strategist and Coach at The Way Thru. She works to support your creative vision as a mirror to help you see your blind spots, a magnifying glass to bring your vision into focus, and a spotlight on your shadows so that you can do the work required up-level your creative venture and contribute to your community in meaningful ways. With over 15 years of experience developing marketing and...

Duration:00:46:02

Escaping the Judgement and Comparison Trap with Kerrian Fournier

8/12/2020
Kerrian Fournier is the CEO and Founder of Vybrante Ventures, a professional services company dedicated to unlocking the highest level of performance for innovative companies, teams, and professionals by igniting their vibrancy and innovation. She is certified as an Executive Coach and is passionate about unleashing everyone’s highest selves. Kerrian splits her time between NYC and Long Island and is a divorced mother to a #TheFutureIsFemale 15-yr old daughter, Isabella. In this episode,...

Duration:00:47:28

Anxiety and Teen Mental Health with Jodi Aman

8/5/2020
As a Family Therapist for over 20 years, Jodi empowers people to become their own healer. As an anxiety survivor and a mom of teens, Jodi totally gets it. Her TEDxWilmington talk, “Calm Anxious Kids,” and her new book, Anxiety…I'm So Done with You! are changing the way we understand the current mental health crisis. In this episode, Jodi shares her perspective and insight into anxiety and coping/curing that anxiety. She busts myths society has regarding anxiety, shares tips for parenting...

Duration:00:33:28

Healing From Childhood Sexual Abuse with Felicia Dawn Conner

7/29/2020
***Trigger Warning*** This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, self-harm, and mental health. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder and/or are a victim of sexual assault or abuse, please listen with caution or skip this episode. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or to trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Also, if you are a bit more sensitive or an empath, you also may want to...

Duration:00:37:26

Anti-Racism Education with Dr. Lucretia Berry

7/22/2020
Dr. Lucretia Berry is the creator of Brownicity, an (In)Courage contributor, a wife, and mom of 3. As a former college professor learning to courageously create the world she knows is possible, she has self-published a book and rocked a TED talk. In this episode, Dr. Berry shares the stories behind creating Brownicity and how it all started with teaching her own children of mixed race about skin tone, race, and racism. We discuss the following: Tune in to hear more from the wise and...

Duration:00:46:18

Hope and Healing After Sexual Assault with Kristine Irwin

7/13/2020
***Trigger Warning*** This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, eating disorders, and mental health. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder and/or a victim of sexual assault or abuse, please listen with caution or skip this episode. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or to trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Also, if you are a bit more sensitive or an empath, you also may want to listen with...

Duration:00:48:31

Limiting Beliefs and Intentional Happiness with Julie Leonard

7/7/2020
Julie Leonard is Happiness Evangelist, Life Coach, and speaker. With 30 years of Psychology, Health and Coaching experience, she helps women break through their limiting beliefs to change their life and feel truly happy. In her youth, she was always an anxious, shy, worrisome, and sensitive person. She never felt good enough or like her opinion and voice mattered. She was able to let go of these limiting beliefs that were holding her back and transform her life. She uses intention,...

Duration:00:39:47