Thriving Adoptees - Let's Heal

Self Leadership With Rachel Forbes

Episode Summary

Working so hard to counter shame and the belief that that we are inherently bad is exhausting. Transracial and transcultural adoptee and licensed clinical social worker Rachel goes deep on leading ourselves out of this, transforming our relationship with the different parts and more. It's a particularly profound and empowering episode.

Episode Notes

Working so hard to counter shame and the belief that that we are inherently bad is exhausting.  Transracial and transcultural adoptee and licensed clinical social worker Rachel goes deep on leading ourselves out of this, transforming our relationship with the different parts and more. It's a particularly profound and empowering episode.

Here's a bit about Rachel from her website:

As a Korean American transracial and transcultural adoptee, I offer a unique lens to my therapeutic work and adoption advocacy. My therapeutic approach is holistic and mind-body incorporated, with an intention of increasing self-awareness and self-leadership. I offer individual therapy sessions, therapeutic group support for adult adoptees, educational trainings, and my professional perspective and experience in interviews, podcasts, public panels, discussions, and forums.

My practice is founded upon the belief that we are all human – meaning that it is natural to feel a multitude of emotions that are both unique to the individual, as well as interconnected with our relationships with others. I believe the path to healing and growth begins with connecting to one’s self and the leadership already within you.

https://forbespsychotherapy.com/

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