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The Global Citizen Therapy podcast is for women of color who are daughters of immigrants to feel seen, head, and validated. Growing up in between two different cultures might mean we often feel invisible or unsure of ourselves in this world. As a therapist of color who also works with this bicultural women of color, I want to bring issues daughters of immigrants struggle with to light. I will be talking about tough topics such as colorism, internalized oppression, mental health stigma, the b ...
 
Presented to you with our friends at Global Citizen, Hozier talks to artists and activists about how to take action and change the world . Guests include Annie Lennox, Bono, Marcus Mumford, and Mavis Staples — head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower now to #PowerTheMovement. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Welcome to the The Global citizen podcast (Michael Hardesty and Kyle Williams) podcast, In our podcast we teach people about what they can do to be a global citizen and how they can help. Our podcast gives great specific examples and personal examples from our hosts. We also have a real interview with a local Analy high school student to see what he knew about global citizenship. We hope that what he learned from our podcast will spread throughout the Analy community which will go further to ...
 
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How are our finances going? Do we have a precise balance of our ways of income and where that's spent, or is it an afterthought? Financial planning is one of the most important life-skills we can learn as an adult, since we have to balance so many services and products we use and consume day-to-day, month-to-month, as basic as rent, gas or food for…
 
Let's talk about one of the biggest issues we as healthcare providers face, an issue that's still taboo in many places: Suicide. Why would someone consider dying by suicide? What are the signs? Why is it so common to sometimes think about self-harm? Join me as I delve deep into what this subject means to me as a therapist, what my experiences have …
 
A new year is here, and we know what that means: a sense of beginnings, of possibilities, of projects that are ready to start and can change our life for the better. We tell ourselves we'll make a push for better health, a more active body, a more nutritious diet or finally picking up that musical instrument we've had for a long time but never real…
 
Sometimes we feel the need to move for certain reasons: jobs, opportunities, getting to know different cultures. But many don't get to take the step out of guilt. They worry about what their parents will think or say, how much their friends worry, or feel like they are escaping from whatever is hurting them. Join us as we discuss the different feel…
 
When holidays arrive, many things happens to us: we scramble last minute to fulfill a long gift-list, we juggle our vacation time with other activities, we prepare for meeting with family. Many of these are very stressful for us and we try to find better ways of surviving these celebrations. Join us in today's episode about how to navigate the end …
 
There is a common misconception that therapists are rich and greedy. People often wonder why therapists charge so much. In this episode, I address this question and dive into why therapy is so expensive. Tune in to learn more about what therapists actually do and why therapy often can't be more affordable. If you're feeling ready to start therapy, …
 
Leah believes a better life comes down to intention and commitment. She’s a productivity growth strategist who hates the hustle-harder culture. She loves sharing and talking about what burnout really is, how we can escape that trap indefinitely, and why boundaries are really the answer to feeling more free. Leah use to think she had no time. No tim…
 
Learning your worth can be a tough task for a lot of us as womxn of color. We are constantly being underpaid, overworked, having our labor taken for granted, and being overlooked for promotions. No wonder our self-esteem is a mess and we struggle so much with imposter syndrome. In this episode, I share my own journey to learning my worth. I talk ab…
 
What are money blocks? Chances are you have them. In this episode, I go into the four types of money scripts that you may be affecting your relationship with money. We talk about overspending, going into debt, generational trauma, and so much more. I give you an overview of the different types of money blocks you may struggle with and the money scr…
 
The term boundaries has become quite a big buzzword recently but setting boundaries with family members during the holidays can be easier said than done. You may be wondering how to deal with family during the holidays. In this episode, I share with you the tools and techniques I use with clients when they are wanting to learn to set boundaries wit…
 
On this episode, we discuss expectations in romantic relationships and how those differ per region/culture. We are joined on this episode by our good friend and a leader in global anthropological studies, Da3esh.Global Citizen 01
 
What is Equal Pay Day? In this episode, I dive into the history of equal pay day. We talk about Latina Equal Pay Day and I share a bit about my own experiences as a first-gen Latina in the workforce. We talk about the motherhood penalty, occupational segregation, devaluation of the labor of women of color, decolonizing therapy, knowing your worth, …
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to start a business? To venture out on your own when all your immigrant parents want is for you to have a nice stable job with a steady paycheck? Well, in this episode I spill the tea on what it was actually like for me to start a business. I share my journey to entrepreneurship with you because not too long ago…
 
After being frustrated and overwhelmed with their own ex-pat tax needs, Carrie and David decided to build a service that could meet the needs of US ex-pats — a tax preparation company whose accountants were at the forefront of expertise in US ex-pat taxes, that was simple and easy to work with and treated customers fairly and respectfully. Check ou…
 
The healing journey for womxn of color can often have many roadblocks. One of these unfortunate roadblocks is the stigma around mental health. In this podcast episode, I interview Simran Handaa, the founder of Brown Boss Babes Co. and we talk about mental health in our communities. Tune in as we discuss the similarities between our beautiful cultur…
 
In this episode I talk about the toxic behaviors that a person in your life may be exhibiting that are warning signs that you may be in an abusive relationship. Toxic relationships can be both romantic and familial and in this episode, I explore what that can look like. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the U.S. and in this episode I …
 
In this week's episode, Luzy King joins us and talks about her work as the founder of Say Hola Wealth. Luzy King is a badass Latina who helps women of color with their finances, money mindset, money traumas, limiting money beliefs, investing, operating a business, and learning their worth (figuratively and literally!) We chat about the broken educa…
 
It goes by different names: money trauma, financial PTSD, money wounds, etc. It's all the same thing though, isn't it? Our trauma impacts our relationship with money. In this episode, I share my own journey with money trauma as it relates to growing up in poverty and as the daughter of undocumented immigrants. What is your money journey like? Let's…
 
Sonja Slottke is German and currently 53 years old. Together with her husband Wolfgang, they live in the area of Asuncion, Paraguay since mid-December 2021. Therefore their memories, adventures, experience, and so on are still quite fresh! She has a nickname that former colleagues gave her, she is honored that they started calling her "Sonjapedia",…
 
Petra Ahmann is a freelance film producer. She grew up in the midwest of the US, but spent her entire adult life in New York City. After Trump got elected, she promised to leave the capitalistic, insane country she was born into and did. She says it was the best decision she has made in her life. Listen to the highs and the challenges of moving, bu…
 
Have you ever wondered why you are so bad with money? Do you have fear around money? In today's episode, I interviewed Diana Yañez, a certified financial planner and empowerment guide. Diana and I talked about first-gen struggles around money and how she helps people with their fear around money. We talked about the importance of approaching money …
 
A lot of us want to become financially independent from our parents. Becoming financially stable can be hard when you have grown up in poverty and/or have not not yet healed your money wounds. Many of us may have grown up seeing our immigrant mothers and other female role models struggle with having a financial voice. As adults we may now be trying…
 
Kathleen Evans was an International Living subscriber back in the early 1990s, when she worked as a media sales executive, in the “Corporate America” grind in Austin, Texas. Originally from Chicago, Kathleen had brief expat experiences in England and South Africa in previous decades, and she always dreamed of a slower lifestyle in a tropical climat…
 
Simon Cooper grew up in the English town of Dunstable, just a little to the north of London. After completing school in the mid-80s he joined Lloyds Bank. It was great for many years, being a numbers person and all that but towards the end of the century, it started to become more and more like a shop needing salesmen rather than thinkers. A tiny a…
 
What does money have to do with our mental health? Everything! In this first episode of season 3, I dive into how money affects our mental health especially as womxn of color who are daughters of immigrants. A lot of us struggle with scarcity mindset, limiting money beliefs, and wonder why we are so poor. I touch a bit on the systemic problems for …
 
Not all relocations are rainbows and butterflies. The truth is, very few are. Everyone has different experiences and different challenges. Today I am talking with Anuradha about moving to the United Kingdom. About Anuradha Kowtha: My pronouns are Anuradha/Anuradha's or they/them. I currently live in greater London, but my heart is still in the Sono…
 
Sergei Kostenko moved from Saint Petersburg, Russia to Cancun almost 6 years ago with his wife and 2-years child. Now they have 3 kids (2 of them being born in Mexico). They are all now dual citizens with both Russian and Mexican passports. Since moving to Mexico they have started a successful Medical birth tourism company. Listen to his journey an…
 
Being an Obsessive Otaku May Make Your Dreams Come True It was his obsession towards Japanese video games, manga, and anime that brought Benjamin Boas all the way from Connecticut USA across the world to Japan, where he didn’t speak the language and didn’t know a soul. Today he is a translator, lecturer, and the author of two books. He works with g…
 
Why is female empowerment so important? Because as women our self-esteem is constantly lowered by men, whether we realize it or not. We have been conditioned to believe that we should put men's needs and pleasure before ours. So in this episode, I share with you my thoughts on feminine energy, female friendships, feminism, and how we can lift each …
 
Cecilia has had a great journey so far. She is a Global Citizen that has lived in three countries already. Listen to what she has learned, how many boxes and bags she moves with, and what is she doing for work in her new country of Montenegro. You can find Cecilia on her social media channels here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=…
 
Have you ever felt like an imposter in your own skin? Have your physical traits and appearance made you feel as if you were not good enough or didn't belong? Have you ever experienced microaggressions at the hands of people from your own race or culture? If you've ever been called a coconut, Oreo, banana, or something similar, you may know what I'm…
 
Clifford Brown III planned to leave the USA, but due to a hurricane and his partner had to completely change their plans. The journey wasn't easy but now he is the owner and director at Amistad Spanish School. He has over 8 years of experience teaching Spanish as a second language and he specializes in helping native English speakers overcome the o…
 
In this episode, I talk about why representation matters. I talk about the meaning of representation in the media for people of color. I share my opinion through the lens of a trauma therapist and social worker who often has clients coming through the door asking why their self esteem is so low. In this episode I talk about why your confidence may …
 
This week’s interview is with Bence Zákonyi, European broadcast journalist, pr and marketing expert, counselor of immigration, tax, international company forming and outsourcing issues. Between 2008 and 2015, he was Editor in Chief of several online portals about private banking, offshore taxation, and economic immigration/global citizenship. Now, …
 
In this week’s episode, I answer a question that I get quite often from clients who think they are too angry. They may ask “Why am I so angry at my partner?” or “Why am I so angry at the world?” and so in this episode, I do my best to answer these questions with the theories I have and the issues I often find behind this anger. I explain a bit abou…
 
Welcome to the Global Citizen Life Podcast. Every Tuesday we will be posting an interview with experts and individuals that have become global citizens. I hope this podcast brings you valuable information to help you decide what types of diversification you want and what is best for you. There is no one solution for everyone. You can sign up for ou…
 
As immigrants and daughters of immigrants, we struggle a lot with identity issues. We feel guilty and lack a sense of belonging because we don’t belong in a specific community, meaning we have a dual identity. That’s why this week, I brought on my good friend, Richa Joshi who is the creator of Dual Nations. Richa's company makes tshirts and apparel…
 
In this week's episode, I answer questions many of us may have been wondering about anxiety such as: "How do I calm my anxiety?" "How do I know if I have anxiety?" "What are the symptoms of anxiety?" "How does anxiety feel?" "What is CBT for anxiety?" "Can a therapist help with anxiety?" I share quick tips and break down my favorite CBT methods to …
 
This week, I discuss American exceptionalism and how it has affected me and daughters of immigrants. I shared personal stories about my frustration with the “American Standard”. As a therapist, I want to provide help and my mental health services to daughters of immigrants in the United states, but it is difficult to do so when I am not licensed in…
 
Do you ever feel as though you have a very complex identity? Or as if you have many identities because you are bicultural. I sometimes feel as though I have lived so many lives because growing up among two cultures was such a unique experience a lot of people cant relate to. I was the first in my family to go to college, to go to therapy, and to be…
 
The Global Citizen Therapy podcast is now a podcast on mental health for women of color who are daughters of immigrants. I decided to make this change because bicultural women are underrepresented in our society and it is about time a mental health podcast for us existed where we could feel safe to share and explore different topics that affect us.…
 
In this episode I share my journey to become a social worker. It is definitely a bit unconventional but then again a lot of what I am doing now is unconventional and different. That's the beauty of if. Daughters of immigrants can likely relate to the need I mention to earn this degree for my parents who sacrificed so much for me and also to why I c…
 
It is likely that unless you are a mental health professional, you may have at some point wondered what the hell is the difference between a psychologist, psychiatrist, psychotherapist, counsellor, social worker, and a therapist. I get asked this question quite often. I actually had a colleague call me and ask me this question a week after I had re…
 
TW: Sexual assault is one of those topics that is still a bit taboo in our society. I realized that I never learned the definition of sexual assault in high school. It was never something that was talked about in detail or taught. I know I'm probably not the only one so let's talk about it. In this episode, I talk about what sexual assault is, what…
 
Have you ever heard the saying that self-care is an act of rebellion? In this episode, I talk about why especially for women of color, self-care can be the ultimate act of rebellion. We know that we earn less and are more likely to have more health problems and yet we are less likely to have access to resources or ask for help than our white counte…
 
Finding a therapist who is a good fit for you and your needs can be tricky so in this episode I outline some of the things you might want to consider when beginning your search. I also share with you some questions you can ask your therapist. As the first person in my family to go to therapy and a therapist myself, I know it can be daunting to begi…
 
For this week’s podcast, I go into Erik Erikson’s 8 stages of human development. From infancy to older adulthood, I dive into what is developed after successfully completing each stage. Essential virtues develop from each of the eight stages which are: Trust vs. mistrust Autonomy vs. shame & doubt Initiative vs. guilt Industry vs. inferiority Ident…
 
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