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Lisa Lackey

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Mental Health - Manage Stress - The Strong Black Woman Syndrome - with Lisa Lackey and Daphne Bishop

The YOGI M.D. Podcast

Lisa Lackey is an esteemed therapy practitioner and dynamic trauma expert who is driven by a passion to support people as they journey towards resolution from the inside out. Lisa holds two Master’s Degrees, one in Education from the Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University and one in Counseling from National-Louis University. She is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) Certified Multiple Addictions Therapist (CMAT), and a Level II EMDR therapist with training in Somatic Transformation. A veteran therapist who has specialized in addiction and trauma since 1994, Lisa is a thought leader who has focused on practicing cutting-edge trauma healing strategies, exploring and breaking down society’s ingrained intergenerational trauma as a direct impact of racism, childhood trauma & addiction, and helping all people break the cycles and patterns of abuse and pain. Lisa co-founded Insideout Living in 1999 with her husband Steve as they traveled their own insideout proceess of discovering challenging, replacing disruptive patterns with patterns resilience. Insideoutliving was birthed from gratitude, personal process & an insatiable desire to bring more healing into the world. Insideout Living is a clinical practice dedicated to assisting people in making sense of overwhelming, confusing, traumatic experiences that they survived, restructuring the physical impacts of trauma or neglect in their brains, and creating new patterns of wellbeing. In addition to practicing at Insideout, Lisa has served as a thought leader, public speaker, pastor, and leadership development consultant. Using her advanced knowledge of trauma, Lisa has created podcasts, speeches, and community initiatives that tackle society’s deepest wounds, including wounds that Black men and women cope with as a result of longstanding intergenerational trauma, and high functioning successful people that struggle with changing patterns that no longer serve them. Whether it is helping guide someone through addiction, patterns that are no longer useful or connecting with diverse groups and leaders, Lisa promotes trust, safety, and collaboration wherever she goes. Equally talented as both a clinician and as a subject matter expert, Lisa is a compassionate, emotionally intelligent, engaging woman who connects as easily and warmly with a large audience as she does with an individual client. You can find her here.Daphne Bishop has nearly 20 years of experience advising and defending small to Fortune 500 companies in all types of industries against the gamut of employment-related claims. That gives me a unique advantage in helping companies prevent, investigate and resolve employee and institutional misconduct. Combining my litigation and counseling experience, my practice now focuses on providing internal investigation services as a neutral third party investigator or a strategic advisor. Clients rely on my extensive experience to ensure that employee complaints are promptly and thoroughly investigated, so that should a claim arise out of an investigation they minimize their overall legal risk. Connect with her on LinkedIn. Mindful MinuteHIDDENWoman, why do you whisper so?Why do you walk on tiptoe? Surrendering to the bullshit status quo!Surrounded by the walking dead everywhere you go? Woman come out of hiding!Be home be home be home. Conditioned to always do the right thing.Pining away for that wedding ring.Feeling like a puppet on a string.Tension rising, ready to spring! Woman come out of hiding!Be home be home be home. Banging your head in your own cage!Suffocating from your blinding rage!Turning a blind eye to pain unassuaged.Hoping it will go away with age. Woman come out of hiding!Be home be home be home. Willing to compromise yourself for connection.Because you are so afraid of rejection?In constant search of affection.Self loathing staring at your reflection!Woman come out of hiding!Be home be home be home.By Nadine KellyMusic:The YOGI MD Podcast Theme Music by Lisette Kelly (bass and guitar), Maya Bishop (vocals), & Nadine Kelly (percussion); Produced by Tim Buell.

1hr 10mins

5 May 2021

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126: Wake up from your deep sleep with Lisa Lackey, Insideout Conversations

The Creative Impostor

Episode 126. “I think that a lot of Black people are waking up to our beauty and our majesty and looking at... we are not who we have been reported to be.” ~Lisa Lackey The sun is setting a bit later these days (hurray!), so I thought I’d take Creative Impostor listeners back to an episode I recorded around the time of the winter solstice, those darkest days of the year. Hear me out. I promise this conversation remains relevant to our time, regardless of what the calendar says, and our ongoing exploration of not your typical self-care regimes.  Lisa Lackey, M.A., LCPC, CSAT, CMAT, lays out her fundamental approach to some of life’s most vexing challenges: depression and the generational traumas that often compound it. Racism, too, and the cultural norms embedded within our public and private approaches to mental well-being. Besides being one of my podcast clients, Lisa is an insightful, some might say even a prescient person. OK, I am saying that because our chat back in December touches on issues that many of us are experiencing today. Yes, it’s easy to forecast the spirit-crushing lethargy to come at the onset of a midwestern winter. Yes, it’s just as simple to predict nationwide sadness over the first anniversary of the pandemic, with its unfathomable death count and slow vaccination rollout. Coupled with the country’s ongoing racial reckoning, however, it’s been starkly apparent to me how many people in my personal and professional circles have all - very recently - reported feeling something more profound than a passing case of the winter blues. For a collective depression this deep, the self-care must be revolutionary. This episode hits the trifecta by exploring the bold, messy, and real issues that are keeping us apart while simultaneously drawing us closer together.  Two brilliant series from Lisa Black Women, Racism, and Trauma and Black Woman Burnout are available now on Insideout Conversations. The episode I specifically referenced (and sobbed while editing) was 36: Black women, racism, trauma, and our beautiful bodies. Full show notes, resources, opportunities, other podcasts & books mentioned... You can find them here: http://www.thecreativeimpostor.com/126 Special Music -  "Glass Bass by Frankum & Frankumjay on Freesound.org. Licensed under the Creative Commons. *** JOIN THE COMMUNITY The Creative Impostor Collective on Mighty Networks is free to join. AND... Are you a creative professional who podcasts? Join Podcast Envy: Craft & Culture. Join us for the Podcast Brunch Club mixer 3/13. Connect with Lisa Website Podcast Instagram Connect with Andrea Email or Voiceandrea@thecreativeimpostor.com Facebook Page @thecreativeimpostor Instagram: @thecreativeimpostor LinkedIn: @andreaklunder (I only accept connections from people I actually know, so include a message to say you’re a Creative Impostor listener.) Show some love for The Creative Impostor! I would LOVE if you could leave me a short & sweet review: http://www.ratethispodcast.com/creative. Send me a screenshot and I might even read it on a future episode. Get your books from somewhere OTHER than Amazon. Bookshop.org is a B-Corp - a corporation dedicated to the public good — online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores. When you order from Bookshop, through my link, 10% of your purchase goes to an earnings pool that will be evenly distributed among independent bookstores and 10% comes to The Creative Impostor studios through their affiliate program. Grow your own online community using Mighty Networks! It's where we host The Creative Impostor Collective and when you create your own group with the Business or Community plan, we receive a thank you bonus from them for referring you.

52mins

25 Feb 2021

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126 - It's Not What I Do, It's Who I Am Re-Release - Lisa Lackey

Conversations With a Wounded Healer

As part of our "Archival August," we are re-releasing episodes from the past that have held specific significance for me recently, as I take some time for personal healing. Lisa Lackey, is one of the premier therapists in Chicago. And it's funny, I knew Lisa from afar for a really long time and kind of had put her on a pedestal. Early on, when we were starting to talk, I remember feeling honored that she was interested in connecting with me. And now she's somebody who I know that I can go to with absolutely anything and she's one of the most generous clinicians. I mean, I know a lot of generous clinicians, but for somebody of Lisa's caliber to be so generous is just truly exceptional. Lisa identifies as a black woman and she's been doing a lot of work in the anti-racism realm lately. And we don't really talk a lot about that in this episode, but the way that she's combining anti-racism work with empathy and compassion is I think truly what needs to happen in this country overall right now. Lisa Lackey has worked in the field of addiction and trauma since 1994. She's driven by the passion to support persons as they journey toward resolution from the inside out. Her clinical expertise is in the treatment of sexual addiction, trauma, and other addictions. She's worked as a pastor, leadership development consultant, and public speaker in a variety of venues. She loves learning and teaching what she learns. Her passion for what she does makes her a dynamic and compassionate therapist and an engaging speaker who connects as easily with individuals as she does with large audiences. Lisa's podcast is Insideout Conversations. Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork. Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/ https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/ Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi

39mins

19 Aug 2020

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18: Lisa Lackey on Racial Empathy, Trauma, and Radical Self-Love

Noble Mind

In this episode, we talk to Lisa Lackey about radical self-love for people of color, the trauma of racism, and our deep need for racial empathy and more meaningful conversations on these important topics.   Lisa is a psychotherapist, podcaster, as well as the co-owner and chief engagement officer of Insideout Living. She is an anti-racism clinical consultant, trainer, and co-founder of Insideout Conversations. Her clinical work focuses on couple’s therapy and treatment of addiction and trauma. She has a Masters in Education from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University, and a Masters in Counseling from National-Louis University. She’s a level II EMDR therapist, a certified sex addiction and multiple addictions therapist, and has training in somatic transformation. Noble Mind is a podcast exploring mindfulness, meditation, and psychology. In each episode, hosts Alex Gokce, MSW, and Katherine King, PsyD host inspiring conversations with psychologists, authors, and other thought leaders seeking real world wisdom you can bring into daily life. Get show notes, suggest interviews, sign up for bonus content, and more at noblemindpodcast.com. IG/FB: @noblemindpodcast TW: @noblemindcast

48mins

14 Aug 2020

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058 - Lisa Lackey - Resist the Pull of the Noise

Conversations With a Wounded Healer

Lisa has worked in the field of addiction and trauma since 1994. She is driven by the passion to support persons as they journey toward resolution from the inside out. Her clinical expertise is in the treatment of sexual addiction, trauma, other addictions. She’s worked as a pastor, leadership development consultant, and public speaker in a variety of venues. She loves learning and teaching what she learns. Her passion for what she does, makes her a dynamic and compassionate therapist and an engaging speaker who connects as easily with an individual as she does with a large audience. Lisa and Sarah discuss their mutual, deep desires to do “the work;” how to slow down in order to experience who we really are; and the calling of being a therapist. Let’s be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/ https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/ Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi

38mins

17 Apr 2019

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#70: Building Real Intimacy with Lisa Lackey

Recovery Unscripted

Guest: Lisa Lackey, sex addiction therapist My guest today is Lisa Lackey, therapist and co-founder of Inside Out Living, a practice specializing in the treatment of sexual addiction in Chicago. She sat down with me at the Innovations in Recovery conference in San Diego to share how she fosters a climate of vulnerability and deep listening to help people start the conversations that can repair broken relationships and heal the past. She also explains how she guides couples in their understanding of betrayal trauma and the ways that attachment theory and early childhood experiences shape our connections as adults. For more about Recovery Unscripted, visit http://recoveryunscripted.org For more about Inside Out Living, visit https://www.insideoutrecovery.com Music from this episode: "I Should Be Lost Without You" by David Condos - URL: davidcondos.com "Broken Branch" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Duets_1372/Broken_Branch "Kitty in the Window" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Said_Lion_To_Lamb_Box_Set_Disc_3/Kitty_In_The_Window "Filaments" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Inspiring/Filaments- Composer: Chad Crouch "Ronny" by Alex Fitch - URL: URL: freemusicarchive.org/music/Alex_Fit…ola/Ronny_1253

23mins

8 Aug 2018

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Hobo Radio 107 – Lisa Lackey from Heroes

Hobo Radio Interviews

In a world of superheroes, it’s tough to be an average citizen stuck at home caring for your superbaby, especially when your mind reading husband is still harboring resentment over the fact that you slept with his partner. All that aside, Janice Parkman does her best to keep her chin up and roll with the punches. Playing Mrs. Parkman on the hit show Heroes is Lisa Lackey, an Australian actor who has been trying to balance her profession with raising a family of her own. Back in August, we talked to Lackey about working on Heroes, accidentally serenading David Lynch and how being Australian is nothing like what you’ve seen on TV. This week we bring you audio highlights; you can find the full interview here. Listen to more audio interviews here: http://www.hobotrashcan.com/features/hobo-radio/audio-interviews/

39mins

19 Nov 2009

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MANTALK LISA LACKEY FROM NBC'S HEROES INTERVIEW

Mantalk Inc

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12 Apr 2009