Ep 31 Mike Kosim | Heart Centered Care for Couples

Mike Kosim podcast

No one likes fighting with their partner or spouse, but in this episode we explore why it can actually be beneficial.  How repairing a relationship can often make it even stronger, and why it’s more important to do this repairing than it is to avoid fighting altogether. Mike Kosim is a Licensed Marriage and Family […]

Ep 30 Joe Molinari | When Stress Messes with Sex

Joe Molinari podcast

An interview with Joe Molinari, a certified sex therapist who specializes in helping people heal from sexual trauma and find ways to move towards pleasure.   He also helps couples develop deeper intimacy with each other and navigate some of the common problems that can come up in sexual relationships, and that’s really what we focused […]

Ep25 Dr. Daniel Schilling | Reprogramming the Brain with QNRT

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

An Interview with Master QNRT Practitioner, Dr. Daniel Schilling who further describes the mind-body connection and how what we know about emotions, nervous systems, and the brain is optimizing the way we treat conditions and dis-ease. Dr. Schilling is a practicing chiropractor and kinesiologist, and founder of Secoya Health in Woodbury, MN. Prior to studying […]

Ep15 Rebecca Keyes | Supporting Grief with Homeopathy

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

A loss of anything can trigger a grief response. During this conversation, Rebecca Keyes, Certified Classical Homeopath specialized in trauma and grief, explains how homeopathy helps the body and mind build resilience and keep flowing through the stages of grief.

Ep9 Amanda Leaveck | Hope + Our Nervous System

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

An Interview with Amanda Leaveck, creator of digital learning + empowerment platform, Science & Magic. Amanda helps us understand the biological, physiological, and neurological response to positive emotions like hope, peace, love, and gratitude–both individually and within a larger community.

Ep8 Kim Lovejoy | Mental Health Gets Physical

Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast

An interview with Kim Lovejoy, who leads us to a deeper understanding of our mental and physical responses to chaos, stress and grief, especially during this time of pandemic, and what we can do today to feel more vibrant. Kim Lovejoy Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Specializing in body-based work, Kim […]