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Dr. Lee is a DNP-prepared adult nurse practitioner and an expert mindset coach. She uses her 15+ years of experience in healthcare, psychology, and education to help her clients release shame and prioritize pleasure as a path to trusting themselves to call in what they desire, using a Trauma-Informed, Psychologically-Safe (TRIPS) approach.This podcast has a dual purpose: giving a platform to individuals to release shame and create resilience, and to educate listeners about how trauma shows up in our every day lives.

I'm Not for Everyone Lee Cordell

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    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Dr. Lee is a DNP-prepared adult nurse practitioner and an expert mindset coach. She uses her 15+ years of experience in healthcare, psychology, and education to help her clients release shame and prioritize pleasure as a path to trusting themselves to call in what they desire, using a Trauma-Informed, Psychologically-Safe (TRIPS) approach.This podcast has a dual purpose: giving a platform to individuals to release shame and create resilience, and to educate listeners about how trauma shows up in our every day lives.

    S2E28: Healing Childhood Trauma with Christina Padrutt

    S2E28: Healing Childhood Trauma with Christina Padrutt

    When we experience trauma, especially in childhood, the resources and support we receive can dramatically impact how we recover and heal. In this week’s episode, Dr. Lee invites childhood trauma survivor, Christina Padrutt, to share her powerful story of resiliency and healing. They discuss growing up in an abusive home, the different paths she and her siblings took (and the shame that came up for her around this), and the steps to begin releasing and healing from her experiences to find the light in the darkness. 


    They’re exploring:
    Growing up in a physically and psychologically abusive household - the trauma, relationships & healingFeeling shame around receiving support & resources that others do not (and some advice from Christina if you are experiencing this!)The steps she took to start releasing and healing from her experiencesAnd more


    Christina is a survivor of childhood trauma, an adoptee, a wife, a mother, an assistant professor, and a doctorate-prepared nurse practitioner. Connect with her here:
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christina.padrutt
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christina-padrutt-dnp-aprn-agpcnp-c-cne-ebp-ch-72893660/



    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 59 min
    S2E27: Trauma, Shame, and Sex

    S2E27: Trauma, Shame, and Sex

    (Note: this episode was recorded from a FB live in Dr. Lee's free group. You can find details on how to join below!)

    Shame grows in the darkness, in the spaces where we don’t allow ourselves to shine a light. Dr. Lee wants to begin shedding a little light and examine some of the top areas in which we, as humans, experience shame - with a four-part shame series! 
    And today, she is wrapping up the series with our fourth and final topic - sex.
    What were you personally taught about sex and sexual exploration? Most of us have been conditioned to feel uncomfortable with conversations around sex and the traumas associated with it. So, where do we begin to look at how shame is being used to disempower us as humans in our sexual expression, exploration, and experiences? 
    In today’s episode, Dr. Lee is diving into the most common shame topics around sex - race & ethnicity, gender, and taboo desires - and gives us some learning and resources to help examine (and release) some of the shame & trauma we have around our own sexuality.
    She’s exploring:
    Sex & shame - and its connection to gender, race & ethnicity, and taboo desiresHow sex is approached in American and Western societies (and the confusing duality that may have informed your past experiences)BDSM, kink & nonconsensual monogamy - and the conflicting messaging we receive around pornography!One CRUCIAL question you can ask yourself to determine if you should feel guilty about having or communicating a particular sexual desireThe Opposite Action Approach and its use in dealing with self-shameAnd moreCurious about the live course Dr. Lee mentions at the end of the recording? Learn more here: institutefortrauma.com/TIE 
    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 56 min
    S2E26: Activating Your Abundance with Lara Waldman

    S2E26: Activating Your Abundance with Lara Waldman

    Do you have stories and beliefs around money that aren’t serving you?
    Imagine if you could see money as a portal for all the things you truly desire.
    What would be possible for you then?
    In today’s episode, Dr. Lee invites Lara Waldman (aka the Abundance Activator) to share her wisdom as an abundant business mentor & conscious wealth coach. They dive deep into money shame as they discuss some of the unconscious ways we reject money (and how you can begin to stop) and Lara’s 5-step process to help you heal that relationship with money and move forward - out of scarcity, and into abundance!
    They’re exploring:
    Lara’s experiences with sexuality, identity & money shame The stories and beliefs that could be blocking you from welcoming wealth & abundanceDisconnection between spirituality & money - and how this relates to money shameA classic (and very common!) belief around money that could be leading you to burnoutLara’s 5-step system to help you release and heal from money traumaHaving AND holding your money - learning to receive and expanding your capacity to holdAnd more
    Connect with Lara:
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larawaldmanofficial/
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LaraWaldmanabundanceactivator
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abundanceactivator
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/larawaldman
    Website: https://larawaldman.com/




    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 50 min
    S2E25: Trauma, Shame, and Body Image

    S2E25: Trauma, Shame, and Body Image

    Shame grows in the darkness, in the spaces where we don’t allow ourselves to shine a light. Dr. Lee wants to begin shedding a little light and examine some of the top areas in which we, as humans, experience shame - with a four-part shame series! 


    And today, she is continuing the series with our third topic - body image.


    The way that you relate to, connect with, and treat your body largely depends on your past learning. And if you’ve experienced past painful experiences around your size, shape, skin color, or anything else relating to your physical body - then you may have some shame around body image. Today, Dr. Lee is diving into where you might be shaming yourself around your body, where others might be contributing, and most importantly - how to start living in more connection with your body (aka your beautiful instrument).


    She’s exploring:
    Recognizing what our body image is often tied to and beginning to release any shame that comes up around itHow we can actually end up objectifying ourselves (hint: this is about self-protection)Changing our physical appearance - is it a shame response?Using our bodies for instrumentation vs. objectification And more



    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 38 min
    S2E24: Honoring the Process with Chantal Cox

    S2E24: Honoring the Process with Chantal Cox

    Processing grief and releasing shame - it’s a journey. 
    And no one way is the right way. 


    In today’s episode, Dr. Lee is honoring Chantal’s process as they speak about her shame story and the journey to leaving her abusive marriage. Chantal Cox is an author, speaker & Transformation NeuroCoach™ whose passion for helping women connect with their unique purpose is impacting and changing lives. Join them for a discussion around processing grief, the strategic & emotional factors in leaving an abusive situation, and what life can look like after - because there is another way. 


    They’re exploring:
    Chantal’s powerful story - her abusive relationship, experiencing shame & moreHow to know if the way you are processing your grief is “good”What led her to leave her marriage and how she did it (the strategic & emotional factors)How Chantal’s work as a neuro coach is helping women step into who they really want to be!Her advice for you if you are feeling stuck in your current situation (hint: there is another way!)And more


    Connect with Chantal: 


    Website: https://createalifeyoulovecoaching.com/
    Book: https://amzn.to/2WDcqk6
    Podcast: Thecalylpodcast.com
    Facebook: https://bit.ly/CALYLFBCommunity
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/createalifeyoulovecoaching


    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 47 min
    S2E23: Trauma, Shame, and Food

    S2E23: Trauma, Shame, and Food

    Shame grows in the darkness, in the spaces where we don’t allow ourselves to shine a light. Dr. Lee wants to begin shedding a little light and examine some of the top areas in which we, as humans, experience shame - with a four-part shame series! 


    And today, she is continuing the series with our second topic - food. 


    When we struggle with food - the issue is often NOT about the food. So, as we dive into today’s conversation, Dr. Lee is breaking down the FOUR major categories that we receive shame-based messaging around food: scarcity, boundaries, love & self-image. She’s diving deep into how each of these might be coming up for you and sharing some self-coping strategies and tools you can use to start clearing up some of that shame and trauma around your relationship to food.


    She’s exploring:
    A deep dive into the 4 major categories that we receive shame-based messaging around food Understanding the evolutionary purpose of shame & how this relates to scarcity and foodHarmful messaging around how to lose weight - and some reframes around this!Boundaries around food (and some helpful tools for setting expectations with children)Rituals & routines around food - are they expansive or restrictive?The connection between money and food And more!


    Disclaimer: Dr. Lee is expressing her own views and is not offering professional or medical advice.
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    Want to learn more about what Dr. Lee does, and get access to free weekly training, resources, community support and more so you, too, can become trauma-informed? Join her free Facebook Group, Becoming Trauma Informed: Creating Safe(r), Shame-Free Spaces: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becometraumainformed
    And don't miss a single notification, and receive weekly updates directly to your inbox by joining the email list here: https://leeccordell.kartra.com/page/ITPSsignup. You can unsubscribe at any time.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Ladybug3813 ,

Fabulous

Dr Lee has a way of explaining the human experience in a way that makes more sense to me than anyone else I’ve ever listened to. She is real, raw, and completely human. What she shares will change how you think about life, love, and business. Trust me and go listen for yourself!!

godinasgirl ,

Clarity

Once I finished all the episodes I had clarity as to why I have been afraid to make big decisions . It was as if Lee spoke to me understood my fears and showed me how to remove them so moving forward isn’t scary .

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