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 75: Clint Davis | Holiday Boundaries
Clint Davis, counselor, veteran, and ordained minister gives helpful tips to survive the holidays. Travel, boundaries and sexual abuse prevention all in one episode! Maybe this holiday doesn’t have to be chaotic or scary! What if you could thrive instead of just survive!
Episode 74: Brandy Walker | Dating After Loss or Divorce
Clint Davis, counselor, veteran, and minister and Brandi Walker Licensed Professional Counselor, trained in trauma and grief, talk about dating after, loss, divorce, and breakups. There is a lot to be said, but the goal of this episode is to normalize some of the struggles and experiences people have and reduce shame. Hopefully it helps someone love themselves and others better and challenges them to get the help they need before moving forward.
Episode 73: Clint Davis | Sexual Stability
Clint Davis, veteran, ordained minister, and counselor talks about the importance of having a proper perspective on the purposes of marriage and healthy sex in a marital relationship.
*****trigger warning for anyone who has sexual trauma or is in the middle of a toxic relationship with sexuality.
Episode 72: Tatiana Keay | Gut Health
Clint Davis, veteran, ordained minister, and counselor talked with Tatiana Keay, a Registered Dietitian, author, and speaker! Clint and Tatiana have a great conversation about gut health, ways of healing the gut, and much more. They also discuss Tatiana’s new book, “Hungry for Truth” which debunks lies about food and the body that we have all been told!
Tatiana's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Hungry-Truth-Longevity-Nutrition-Misinformation/dp/B09TMXDQBG/ref=sr_1_1?crid=C52HZLJO653Z&keywords=hungry+for+truth&qid=1665093516&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIxLjI4IiwicXNhIjoiMS4wMCIsInFzcCI6IjAuOTkifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=hungry+for+truth%2Caps%2C114&sr=8-1
Episode 71: Cole and Cait Zick | Moral Revolution
Clint Davis, veteran, ordained minister, and counselor talked with Cole and Caitlin Zick from Moral Revolution about healthy sex, dating, and so much more. This was one of the rawest and real episodes and we pray it brings freedom to everyone struggling with sexual trauma or unhealthy views of sexuality. God is for a healthy sex life and is for restoration for all people!
Episode 70: Marni Goldman | Surviving Mental Crisis
Clint Davis, counselor, ordained minister, and army veteran had life coach and trauma survivor Marni on the Asking Why podcast, to tell a story of recovery from trauma and to give perspective to those walking through darkness right now. Here is a quote from Marni herself!
My name is Marni Goldman. I was born and raised in Miami, Florida and lived a life that is jaw-dropping and unimaginable – the daughter of an addicted mother who married for money as she’d been instructed to do. In spite of these circumstances, I have survived trauma, diagnosed with many different mental illnesses, yet still made it through alive to share what can be done to survive. My story sounds like fiction: just when you think you’ve heard it all…I have been diagnosed with depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar II disorder (manic episodes), ADHD, and borderline personality disorder. To survive in this world where people seem to be so happy all the time is hard enough without having these disorders!In the wake of my own personal crisis, I found a profound sense of peace and self-acceptance.My life changed once I stopped asking myself “Why is this happening to me?” Instead, I began to ask the question “What can I learn from this?” People no longer see me as a victim and instead believe in my strength. The moment I committed to being true to myself, everything changed.Even in the darkest moments, our challenges always grow us and make us more authentic. I hope my story will inspire you as you travel down your own path.”
Tackling issues in a loving manner
This podcast will challenge you as well as encourage you!!
Clint does a great job in approaching hard subjects with honesty and also Love !
I encourage everyone to check this podcast out !!!
Parenting atypical kids
Such a great podcast
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!