46 episodes

Asking Why is a podcast hosted by Clint Davis, an army veteran, ordained minister and licensed psychotherapist. Clint is certified in trauma, sex addiction, and has a masters degree in marriage and family therapy. The goal of this podcast is to get down to root issues by interviewing guests from different fields of study. Through conversations and relationship, Clint and his staff will venture to ask mindful questions to find practical solutions to disrupt the negative cycles and systems we find ourselves in. We hope that by listening you will gather unique information about life, spirituality, and mental health that will lead to internal growth, producing external success in all you do!

Visit: www.clintdaviscounseling.com for more information!

Asking Why Clint Davis

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 66 Ratings

Asking Why is a podcast hosted by Clint Davis, an army veteran, ordained minister and licensed psychotherapist. Clint is certified in trauma, sex addiction, and has a masters degree in marriage and family therapy. The goal of this podcast is to get down to root issues by interviewing guests from different fields of study. Through conversations and relationship, Clint and his staff will venture to ask mindful questions to find practical solutions to disrupt the negative cycles and systems we find ourselves in. We hope that by listening you will gather unique information about life, spirituality, and mental health that will lead to internal growth, producing external success in all you do!

Visit: www.clintdaviscounseling.com for more information!

    Episode 44 | Clint Davis | The Dark Night of the Soul

    Episode 44 | Clint Davis | The Dark Night of the Soul

    • 25 min
    Episode 43 | Dr. Caroline Leaf | Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess

    Episode 43 | Dr. Caroline Leaf | Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess

    Clint Davis interviews Dr. Caroline Leaf, best selling author, speaker, and neuroscientist about her book "Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess." Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters and PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc Logopaedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input.


     


    Clint and Dr Leaf discuss integrative approaches to help people and Christian's make sense of the biblical narrative in light of up to date clinical research about beliefs, thoughts, and actions.

    • 53 min
    Episode 42 | Lisa Rowell | Julianna Grace Ministry

    Episode 42 | Lisa Rowell | Julianna Grace Ministry

    Clint Davis interviews Lisa Rowell of Julianna Grace Ministry. Lisa runs a non profit that helps support families who have suffered from the loss of a child. This could be from miscarriage, stillbirth to early infant loss. Clint and Lisa share their loss stories as they try to limit the stigma. If you want to hear hope within stories filled with loss this episode is for you.

    • 48 min
    Episode 41 | Natalee Russell and Andy Bond | The Enneagram

    Episode 41 | Natalee Russell and Andy Bond | The Enneagram

    Clint Davis interviews Natalee Russell and Andy Bond. Andy is a certified enneagram coach and Licensed Christian Counselor. Natalee is a Liscensed Chrisitan Counselor. They talk about the pros and cons of the enneagram. If you want to learn how to use this tool in a healthy way to help you gain insight into yourself, your friends, and coworkers this episode is for you!

    • 1 hr 37 min
    Episode 40 | Bettina Shultz-Jobe | Equine Assisted Therapy 🐎🧠❤🚶‍♂️

    Episode 40 | Bettina Shultz-Jobe | Equine Assisted Therapy 🐎🧠❤🚶‍♂️

    Episode 40 of the Asking Why podcast is live!  Clint Davis had the privilege of interviewing Bettina Shultz-Jobe about the many benefits of connecting with horses to improve mental health. Bettina is a licensed professional counselor. Eleven years ago, she and her husband, Tim Jobe, founded The Natural Lifemanship Institute.  Natural Lifemanship joins with mental health professionals, equine professionals, coaches, and others in the healing professions on a journey of personal and professional healing, growth, and transformation through education and certification. This journey's foundations are found in the horse-human relationship and the neurobiology of attachment and trauma.  Their vision is a world where connection and the value of healthy relationships is seen and felt in everything we do.  Nowadays, Bettina spends a lot of time "helping the helpers" as over 350 professionals move through NL certification.  She also continues to carry a part-time client load.  She has worked in this field for over 20 years and is passionate about helping people and animals form trusting relationships to overcome toxic stress and trauma.


     


    This podcast was a fun and encouraging time with lots of synergy. If you love animals, therapy, and healing this episodes for you!! 🐎🐎🐎

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Episode 39 | Sergeant Major Jeremy Morton (Retired) | Delta Force/Afghanistan | Part 2

    Episode 39 | Sergeant Major Jeremy Morton (Retired) | Delta Force/Afghanistan | Part 2

    CHECK THIS OUT!!!! 


     


    AFGHANISTAN. WAR. DESPAIR. HOPE. RESCUE. JESUS. 


     


    The Asking Why podcast with Clint Davis is bringing a very special episode covering the current crisis on Afghanistan and a unique testimony of epic proportions!! 


     


    Clint is an Army Veteran of Afghanistan and now a clinical therapist trained in trauma is HONORED to have his friend/brother in Christ, and fellow veteran Sergeant Major (retired) Jeremy Morton on the podcast!! Jeremy deployed numerous times to Iraq & Afghanistan to conduct direct action missions and hostage rescue operations as a part of Special Operations Unit, Delta Force. Clint and Jeremy want to take the moment to instill hope and give encouragement to our brothers and sisters in arms and everyone watching these events. You matter and your efforts matter!! 


     


    This podcast will be a two part event.


     


    Part 1 will be covering Jeremy's time building up to 9/11 and Delta Force. 


     


    Part 2 will be his deployments and times of service along with some brief opinions on the current crisis. Clint and Jeremy hope this testimony shines light in these dark times and shows how Jesus can bring beauty from the ashes of war. 


     


    "Sergeant Major retired Jeremy Morton was born and raised in east Texas. In 1994 he graduated from Henderson High School and enlisted in the US Army. In December of 1994 Jeremy departed from Shreveport, Louisiana and traveled to Ft. Benning, GA for Infantry Basic Training. After graduating basic training, Jeremy attended Airborne School and the Ranger Indoctrination Program (RIP). Upon successful completion of RIP, Jeremy was assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment, 1st Ranger Battalion in Savannah, GA where he served for 5 years as a mortar man, infantry team leader, infantry squad leader and infantry weapons squad leader. In the summer of 2000 Jeremy moved to Ft. Polk, LA to serve in the Joint Readiness Training Center as an Observer Controller. 


     


    After the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, Jeremy answered the call to serve his country in a new capacity. In March of 2002 he volunteered for and attended the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment - Delta (1st SFOD-D) assessment and selection. Jeremy successfully completed the selection process and moved to Ft. Bragg, NC with his wife Alyssa to begin Delta's Operator Training Course (OTC). Upon completion of OTC, Jeremy was officially assigned to the Unit and placed on an operational team. For the next 14 years, Jeremy deployed numerous times to Iraq & Afghanistan to conduct direct action missions and hostage rescue operations. 


     


    Sergeant Major Morton retired from active duty in June of 2016 and he and his family moved back to Shreveport, LA. Sergeant Major Morton's notable awards include the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, The Iraq Campaign Medal with 6 Campaign Stars, Legion of Merit, Purple Heart, Bronze Star with Valor, 6 Bronze Stars, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the United States Army Presidential Unit Citation, and the Valorous Unit Award."

    • 2 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Vivian PT ,

Huge heart

This is a great podcast with a ton of value and HEART! Clint does a great job with the interviews and the guests are experts and give from the heart!

kaseylew ,

Great information

I loved this episode. Great talk you guys. Keep doing Gods work.

smeyer5900 ,

Great listen

Really great content, I’ve taken away so much from each episode. Clint’s style is so honest, relaxed and practical. I learn something new in each one to apply to my own life and to help me understand the people I love.

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