Calming the Chaos is a podcast by Licensed Mental Health Counselor Tracy Kenela, who uses profound and often humorous stories from her own life to illustrate how chaos can show up, and how she's managed them....effectively, and ineffectively. Tracy teaches you about emotions like anxiety, depression, fear, anger, worry, guilt and shame, and how they can cause overwhelm, which can appear to be chaotic and really mess with your life! She then presents a variety of simple resources, tools and techniques that can help you manage emotions, and provide you with hope and encouragement that will help you move toward a more peaceful and enjoyable life.
Find Meaning Through Chaos!
Calming the Chaos welcomes Francie White, Ph.D. and Maria Rippo, M.A. onto a Live YouTube Show on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 1pm PST. We will talk about how painful and chaotic experiences can help you find meaning in life, and can prepare you to better cope with life’s challenges!
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Sarah Buino, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), joins Calming the Chaos for a livestream show on YouTube to talk about the chaos of childhood trauma. Sarah will also share about how she helps her adult clients calm the chaos of their childhood trauma using a variety of different healing techniques, including NARM (neuro-affective relational
Worried Women in Chaos
Calming the Chaos interviews Elizabeth "Biz” Cush, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Business Owner, Podcaster and Blogger in Annapolis, Maryland.
Biz hosts Woman Worriers, a podcast for anxious women. In this podcast: Biz describes the work she does to help “Women Worriers.” Tracy and Biz discuss the top worries of women in today’s society, and talk about how to help women clear their minds and behave in ways where they are helping their mental wellbeing.
In this episode, Tracy talks with Kasey Louis, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a private counseling practice in Olympia, Washington. They discuss the sensitive topic of race / racism, and specifically how it affects women of color in our world today. As a woman of color herself, Kasey shares a variety of stories about her direct experiences with racism, and shares some of her ideas about what people can do to better understand and support people of color.
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Calming the Chaos helps you cope with the loss of a beloved pet.
The Chaos of COVID-19
Episode Title: “The Chaos of COVID-19”
Intro: In this episode, Tracy is live on YouTube, talking with Sarah Lipton, Author, Public Speaker and Podcaster. Sarah talks about how she and her family have survived COVID-19 using a method of “leaning in.” Join Tracy as she and Sarah discuss how they have calmed their chaos during COVID-19, and about how both of them are learning to “lean into chaos.
Find Sarah’s book, podcast and more at www.sarahlipton.com
Here is a link to Sarah’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQqxYNgwzAiPJIyydBd4Sgg
Listen to Calming the Chaos!
Main podcast website: calmingthechaos.libsyn.com
YouTube (Playlists): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7qISnLR8T4g-bSDu-pW9LQ/playlists?view_as=subscriber
Main iTunes and Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/calming-the-chaos/id1489271578?ls=1
Visit Tracy’s Website at www.lokahicounseling.com
Email Tracy at email@example.com
Tracy also created a mindfulness CD called “On This Day.” This CD teaches you how to practice mindfulness in less than 10 minutes throughout the day. Practicing mindfulness has been shown to reduce stress and increase clear thinking in times of chaos.
You can purchase the CD on Amazon at http://bit.ly/onthisdaycd. or in digital format at https://music.apple.com/us/album/on-this-day/1209386067
Follow Calming the Chaos!
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tracy.kenela.94
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/CalmingTheC/
Thanks for listening, and take care!
What is Chaos
Well, there is real chaos and perceived chaos. Much of what happens in your world, brain and body can feel chaotic. But with some simple skills and accessing resources, both real and perceived chaos can be managed. This gives me hope! Thanks so much.
Thanking your Mind
You know, many people don't even get that Thanksgiving (and holidays / celebrations in general) are chaotic for some people. I appreciate that disordered eating was addressed here, as I believe it is a very important topic. I do know gratitude is a big thing these days, but I really never thought to thank my anxious mind for what it's trying to do to help me! I appreciated learning how anxiety and chaos can be experienced differently, through gratitude. "Thanks, oh mind of mine! And now, time to take it down a notch." Wonderfully done.
Tracy has such a soothing voice and I love her real-life stories that help me relate and use her tips and tools in my own life.