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Living From Happiness

The Happiness Doc, Dr. Melanie Harth, and guests share thought-provoking convos every week on Living From Happiness. From mindfulness and neuroscience to positive psychology and creativity, the show's all about living well in transformational times.
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Now displaying: September, 2020
Sep 22, 2020

Listeners haven't heard from Katelyn Hilburn in a while. In this episode, we find out what's been going on with this popular guest.

When we first met Katelyn back in 2016, she was the director of community initiatives for Creative SantaFe. One of her projects was as a team member working to secure a $300,000 NEA grant for artists' and creatives' affordable housing. Remarkably, that collaborative project was a big success, and ground was broken a few weeks ago.

Katelyn moved on, completing an intensive business training program for entrepreneurs, founded her own company, called Madre Foods, and unexpectedly had a baby.

All big successes.

By the fall of 2019, things had changed once again, and Katelyn needed to meet the demands of both a growing single-owner business and her personal life.

This episode gives a glimpse into how she's navigated some rough waters, offering all of us hope and inspiration for the journey of being human.

Dr. Melanie Harth is a psychologist-trained transformational counselor and coach. She’s a licensed psychotherapist, with advanced training in trauma, post-traumatic growth, mindfulness, and innovative adaptation.

She loves sharing provocative ideas with thought leaders and community visionaries about the art and science of happiness as a profound path to living a good life.

Melanie Harth's website here

 

Sep 15, 2020

We hear the word "gratitude" everywhere. Tossed around by all sorts of folks, in all sorts of casual ways.

Today's guest, Heather Monroe, helps us understand how and why gratitude is actually a powerful force for healing and transformation.

In this deep conversation, Heather and Melanie touch on resiliency, purpose in tragedy, relational trauma, and toxic positivity, among many other intriguing ideas.

Heather Monroe is a licensed clinical social worker and an integrative psychotherapist who specializes in relational trauma. She's the Senior Clinician at Newport Academy and Newport Institute and founder of Monroe Wellness. Her mission is to help people free themselves from the bonds of their past in order to become the creators of their future.

Heather is a sought-after keynote speaker, including at the recent US Journal virtual conference in Santa Fe.

Heather Monroe's website here

Dr. Melanie Harth is a psychologist-trained transformational coach and mentor. She’s a licensed psychotherapist, with advanced training in trauma, mindfulness, and innovative adaptation.

She loves sharing provocative ideas with thought leaders and community visionaries about the art and science of happiness as a profound path to living a good life.

Melanie Harth's website here

 

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