Preview KEW The Are vs Should Interview Series: Stephanie Mitchell

It is my pleasure to introduce you to Stephanie Mitchell this week.

Stephanie is a psychotherapist, trainer, and consultant residing in beautiful Adelaide, Australia. She primarily works with complex trauma and psychosis and is very much focused on using the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model to help people live better lives.

I met Stephanie on a facebook IFS group and she graciously agreed to talk with us about IFS. You can get a glimpse of this in the short video below.

If you have listened to any of my last 30 or so Episodes, you’ll know that I am working with an IFS coach and have found success using this model after being unable to change using traditional talk therapies.

If you have any interest in IFS, are looking for a potential coach or healer to help you on your journey, or are just curious about Stephanie’s interesting life please stay tuned. The full audio and video from our talk is coming this Thursday right here on KEW.

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https://www.ifsconnections.com.au

https://ifs-institute.com/practitioners/all/63770

http://www.internalfamilysystemstrainingaustralia.com.au/person/stephanie-mitchell/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-mitchell-ifs/?originalSubdomain=au

Preview KEW The Are vs Should Interview Series: Gretchen Winterkorn

Besides winning the ‘coolest name’ award, Gretchen is a wonderful person and I’m lucky to have met her.

This interview just made me feel good. And I’m fairly sure it was reciprocal. And I’m even more sure you are going to feel the same if you check it out.

Gretchen lives on her flower farm with her partner and child, having left the 60-hour-workweeks of New York City for a simpler life.

She is a psychotherapist and healer. As well as a flower grower. And she really gets the Are vs Should Problem. I can’t wait for you to meet her and listen/watch the wisdom she shares this week.

Here’s a quote from her website:

“Real growth is messy, dirty hard work that results in some of the most beautiful blossoming I’ve ever seen – from humans and plants.”

Full Episode Thursday at KEW.