Here to Heal is the podcast for people committed to the process of healing and growing. Clinical social worker Elizabeth Gillette explores what real healing looks like for those who have faced trauma, loss, systemic and structural oppression, and the challenges of being human. Transforming our pain into power isn’t easy—but this podcast will explore exactly how to do that. Elizabeth honors the stories of people who have tapped into their resiliency, resources, and communities for support and believes that each one of us is designed to heal and connect deeply.
Tapping Into the Full Range of Human Experience with Dr. Chelsea Rae Verslues
In today’s bonus episode, I’m speaking with Dr. Chelsea Rae Verslues (she/her) with Nourish and Flourish Network Care located here in Asheville, NC. This powerful episode is filled with inspiration, love and wisdom! Dr. Chelsea Rae shares her healing journey along with her passion for empowering others to heal, tune into their bodies and live their best life. HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 16 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode16
Season Finale - Bringing Our Whole Selves to Healing
In the Season 1 finale, Elizabeth shares more about her own personal healing—her continued process around her cancer diagnosis earlier in her life, her journey with fertility, and some exciting news! She also explores some of what she has learned throughout Season 1 related to healing and our continued growth individually and collectively. Elizabeth also shares her deep gratitude for YOUR support of the podcast.
HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 15 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode15
The Importance of Language Justice in Healing
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Ada Volkmer (she/her) and Monse Ramirez (she/they) who have come together through interpreting, language work and supporting social justice in Asheville, NC. Language justice is a tool that is used for connection, where someone doesn’t have to be afraid or feel shame around finding the “right word” and can speak freely with someone who understands them. HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 14 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode14
Are You Emotionally Available?
Today I’m sharing about emotional availability. Do you know what messages you’re sending to others about your willingness to “go there”? We all crave deep meaningful connections and it can be uncomfortable to show up and move towards growth and expansion. Let’s talk about the importance of emotionally availability in individual relationships and also on the community level. HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 13 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode13
The Healing Process Sucks But It’s Totally Worth It with Kayla Pittman
In today’s episode, I’m talking with Asheville native Kayla Pittman as she shares with us the hard truths about her healing journey. Kayla gets real about how she can be the “queen of hating”, but also knows how important it is to do the healing work. HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 12 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode12
Can All Wounds Be Healed?
In today’s episode, I am getting real about a question that has come up for me: “Can all wounds be healed?” As I sat with my emotions, my privilege and my skills I came to the answer “yes”, with a caveat. I’m sharing about the connection between individual experiences and the need for healing in the collective, as well as how I create hope when I’m feeling lost. I can’t wait for you to tune in! HERE TO HEAL EPISODE 11 SHOW NOTES: https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode11
One of my go to’s!
Elizabeth’s energy is so magnetic and can be felt in every episode. Great content that really supports me in my work as a therapist and my personal relationships.
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Great podcast! Well articulated, thought provoking, and insightful. Excited to see what else Elizabeth Gillette does next..
I love this podcast! The content is interesting and inspiring, and it is such a comfort to know that all these other people are listening as we move along our personal and communal healing journeys. Thank you for creating this sweet space, Elizabeth!