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“One evening, my child came up to me and asked, “Daddy, can I chop your vegetable scraps?”
That one question opened my eyes to all the possibilities that exist for me – and for you – when we embrace the connecting power of cooking and eating together with our children.”–Chef Kibby
The Wednesdays With Watson Podcast is proud to bring Chef Kibby to the podcast. Chef Kibby and his wife are foster parents as well as parents to their biological children. Like many of us, Chef Kibby faced losing his livelihood when the Covid 19 Pandemic swept the globe.
It started with one question, and that question led him to evaluate the need behind that request, and thus was born his new passion of connecting with children in the kitchen.
What are the felt needs behind a request from our children, regardless of trauma status? Why is it important to connect with them in the first place on practical levels–levels that we’ve not seen pre pandemic? Now more than every our children need us, and we need them. This episode is rich with information that will help you connect with your kids over one of the very few common human needs–food. Listen as he tells his journey of this ministry and how he strongly encourages parents to get in the kitchen with their children, and you don’t have to be a chef.
Enjoy this episode as we near the end of our season on Trauma, Spaces, Places, and Aces. This one is definitely an ACE!
What if it were as simple as adding healing foods to your toolkit? Trauma survivor and wellness coach Nicole Patraw joins the Wednesdays With Watson Podcast! Nicole brings such wisdom as it pertains to nutrition, particularly when trauma and present, and for children. Her amazing story and how she turned her pain into purpose is nothing short of amazing and is the true definition of healing. Listen in as Nicole helps us, because that is her passion!
The Wednesdays With Watson Podcast continues to pursue our mission of providing access to help for those who need it, and this is a great example of that. Nicole offers much wisdom on this episode that she has incorporated into her wellness business. She did not appear on the podcast to promote herself but to help YOU. If you are interested in finding out more information about Nicole, click here.
To contact Amy, click here.
This is a special solo episode that recaps our series on racial trauma as well as an update as to where we are going and what our efforts have accomplished.
Enjoy this short solo episode!
PTSD, JESUS & ME (first season, my diagnosis and journey to it)–Season 1
PTSD, Jesus & You–Season 2
ENNEAGRAM EPISODES, SEASON 3
DONATE to our efforts to provide funds for pro bono counseling (two people helped from fundraiser at the end of 2021)
Do we want to be part of the solution? This episode provides amazing insight from a well respected black therapist. Want the world to change?
Remember CHANGE is a complete sentence.
“I am a part of the change I wish to see”–Dr. Catherine Jackson
The Wednesdays With Watson podcast awarded one of Dr. Jackson’s patients funds for pro bono counseling. This is the purpose of this podcast, if you are interested in supporting this mission, click here.
Stick around until the end as Dr. Jackson walks us through a guided meditation to calm our nervous systems.
Dr. Catherine Jackson joins the Wednesdays With Watson podcast to end the series on racial trauma. It was important to us to secure a therapist of color that could speak to racial trauma from a personal point of view as well as an educated view as a clinical psychologist. Dr. Jackson walks through the interviews on racial trauma and helps us understand the psychological aspects.
A little about Dr. Jackson:
Dr. Catherine Jackson (Dr. J) is a licensed clinical psychologist and a board certified neurotherapist. A sought after international speaker and media expert who’s been featured in Forbes, Oprah Magazine, The Huffington Post, CNN and many other media outlets, Dr. J shares a wealth of information with others on topics related to mental wellness, the brain and holistic health. She is the owner of Optimal Neuroholistic Services (ONS), author of The Couch Experience: A Guide to Good Therapy and creator of The Couch Experience Therapy and Wellness Card Decks. Dr. J is a DEIJ expert and clinical supervisor who is passionate about mental health. She helps people rewire their brains, mindset and habits so they think, feel and communicate at their best.
To Contact Dr. Jackson, click here.
Scripture: Phil 1:13, Genesis 1:26-27