Exploring blind spots that exist in the cultural, relational, and therapeutic process, host Dr. Chantelle Thomas will have candid discussions that delve into the more challenging aspects of self-discovery. Filled with engaging and straightforward conversation, each episode features conversations with well-respected experts who examine what is commonly overlooked in the intricate and often inter-connected world of recovery, trauma and wellness. Join Windrose Recovery and its Executive Clinical Director Dr. Chantelle Thomas as we attempt to uncover barriers to personal growth from the perspective of both clients and clinicians.
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The Path to Authenticity is a podcast for people looking for more from life. It focuses on emotional wellness and starts from the premise that our true power comes from our individuality. We talk to various types of writers and artists as well as therapists, coaches, teachers, entrepreneurs, and professionals of all kinds. Our guests possess one common trait. They’re people who know who they are. We talk about what makes them who they are, how they became who they are, and how we might become truer expressions of who we are.