Woman Evolve Network presents nationally acclaimed trauma therapist and life coach, Dr. Anita Phillips. Listen along as she talks to special guests and everyday callers about thriving in love, life, and relationships. If you’re brave enough to stand in the light, Dr. Anita is here to help you evolve into the best version of yourself. Are you ready?
Turn Up the Microphone
What do poetry, trauma, love, and the dark side of San Francisco’s streets have in common? Spoken word artist and author, Hosanna Wong! Hosanna is joining us In the Light this week to show us how the most fragile moments of her youth have been transformed to become the most powerful elements of her ministry and mission. This superwoman is out to save the world and she knows exactly how NOT to do it! Listen. Learn. Heal. Grow.Hosanna will leave you inspired to step up to the microphone that’s been waiting for YOU.
In a world that seems to rush to rate and judge every aspect of who we are it’s easy to internalize the message that we can never be good enough.In this episode,Dr. Anita and Vivian Mabuni, founder of the AAPI women’s collective Someday Is Here, slow down to explore the forces that shape our self-esteem. Vivian’s vulnerability is sure to strengthen you in ways you didn’t even know you needed. Prepare to fully embrace how valuable and worthy you are. Hint:It’s a lot
Life is fragile in so many ways but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Fragility connects us to our vulnerabilities, but it also helps us to appreciate the most delicate and beautiful things in our lives. Join Dr. Anita as she sits down with her favorite guest and love of her life, Pastor Michael Phillips to explore identity, youth, vision, and faith. They are here to remind you that embracing fragility actually makes us strong!
In the midst of seemingly endless chaos, is therestillan authentic way to experience truepeace?YES. It all hinges on knowing where peace can actually be found!Sit down with Dr. Anitaas she interviews millennial apologist, Yana Jenaywho opens up about how God’s sufficientgrace led her through the thornywords of an anxiety disorder to discover true Shalom
We know we aren’t meant to live by bread alone but...why does it have to taste so good?!? If stress gets you all hot and buttered this episode is definitely for you! Dr. Anita is talking withWoman Wise Nutrition founder, Isabel Garza to glean some invaluable wisdom on how to take care of ourselves spiritually, emotionally, and physically. It’s time to let go of body ideals and diet drama. Your life is meant for more. Much more! Make room for the story that God is writing about YOU.
Don’t Force It
In a world that worships productivity, praises hustle culture, and equates exhaustion with success it can feel like achievement means sacrificing peace and wellness.Guess what? It’s a lie!Pastor Stephanie Ike joins Dr. Anita to reveal what it really means to live a completely focused life. Prepare to exchange your distractions for the satisfaction you’ve been chasing.PastorStephanie is teaching us a whole new way to live!
Relevant, Challenging, and Encouraging
Is there any topic that is off limits for Dr. Anita and her guests? She boldly applies the gospel and Bible truths to everyday issues and struggles we face in this life. She challenges us to think more deeply, more lovingly about ourselves and our neighbors. She engages our minds and hearts by discussing important issues that face us in the church today. Dr. Anita has been a voice of comfort and love to me during these pandemic times, navigating and discussing racial injustice, the role of the church, body image...and other heavy topics that have weighed on me over these challenging times. I’m confusion and discouragement, she has held my hand and told me to keep going, and to be kind to myself and others. Her podcast has been invaluable to me, and I’m sure it will continue to be so.
This podcast has been so refreshing and helped my faith in understanding that God not only sees, but cares about mental disorders and emotional health.
One of my FAVORITES
I remember hearing Dr.Anita on Sarah Jakes Roberts podcast before and hoping one day she would start one as well. AND HERE WE ARE! I’m so grateful for the wisdom, vulnerability, practical tips and biblically centered knowledge that gets shared on this podcast. I am a better person because of it 💛💛💛