605 episodes

Join Andrea Owen, life coach and author, as she serves up self help in a easy-to-digest way that is also practical and implementable. Andrea brings you guests as well as solo episodes on topics such as perfectionism, the inner-critic, courage, and more.

Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen Andrea Owen

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 480 Ratings

Join Andrea Owen, life coach and author, as she serves up self help in a easy-to-digest way that is also practical and implementable. Andrea brings you guests as well as solo episodes on topics such as perfectionism, the inner-critic, courage, and more.

    Episode 604: Reparenting and Mindful Parenting with Hunter Clarke-Fields

    Episode 604: Reparenting and Mindful Parenting with Hunter Clarke-Fields

    Hunter Clarke-Fields, a mindful parenting expert, joins me to explore the nuanced journey of parenting, mindfulness, and self-care. Hunter hosts the Mindful Parenting Podcast and is a global speaker and bestselling author of "Raising Good Humans" and "Raising Good Humans Every Day." Together, we talk about her personal experiences and insights on integrating mindfulness practices into daily life.
    In this episode, we also discuss strategies for parents struggling with overwhelm and the broader applications of reparenting and mindfulness for all adults. Whether you are a parent or not, this episode promises to be insightful and transformative.
    You’ll hear:

    How Hunter began integrating mindfulness practices into her life. (8:00)

    Ways to practice self-awareness and mindfulness. (10:36)

    Hunter’s take on whether we focus on our children too much or overparent. (18:27)

    How exploring our history and upbringing can help us understand and reparent ourselves. (28:25)


    Resources:
    Private Coaching with Andrea
    Subscribe for free to my Therapy Journey podcast series
    Hunter’s website
    Hunter on Instagram @mindfulmamamentor
    Mindful Parenting Podcast
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/604
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 40 min
    Episode 603: Kerra and Andrea on Anxious Attachment Styles

    Episode 603: Kerra and Andrea on Anxious Attachment Styles

    This week, we're diving into attachment styles and how they impact our lives professionally and personally. Kerra Bolten joins me for this conversation about shit that matters. For those new to this type of episode, it’s a conversation I have with friends or associates who aren’t necessarily experts on the topic but wish to share thoughts and insights. Kerra and I connected on LinkedIn and bonded over the topic of anxious attachment styles after I shared a post about it. Now you get to enjoy the conversation that culminated from our connection!
    In this episode, we dive into the complexities of anxious attachment styles and share our personal stories, the dynamics of anxious versus avoidant attachment, and how cultural and familial influences shape our relationship patterns. We also discuss the journey of self-awareness, personal growth beyond codependency, and strategies for fostering healthier relationships. 
    You’ll hear:

    Anxious Attachment - what is it anyway? (5:22)

    We both share some of our experiences being someone who’s “anxiously attached.” (7:34)

    Relationships and attachment styles - what kind of partner do you tend to be attracted to? (17:10)

    We explore some personal strategies or solutions for overcoming attachment styles that might be outside of what you actually want. (51:22)


    Resources:
    Private Coaching with Andrea
    Subscribe for free to my Therapy Journey podcast series
    The Science Behind Unhealthy Attraction (medium article Kerra mentioned)
    Episode 418: Transforming fear and pain into purpose with Kerra Bolton
    Attached, Amir Levine, Rachel Heller
    Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, Harville Hendrix
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Kerra Bolton is a creative entrepreneur. She sees a problem and then builds a business to fix it. Over the past 30 years, Kerra has been a journalist, television and film producer, creative director, essayist, political operative, director, and foodie. Kerra recently launched Woodbine Ventures, helping individuals and companies navigate career transitions and employee downsizing with clarity and grace. Underneath Kerra's "ventures" is her core purpose to help others live soulfully, disrupt generational patterns, and embrace joy.
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/603
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 58 min
    Minisode 602: On how to let go of limiting beliefs

    Minisode 602: On how to let go of limiting beliefs

    A friend and I recently were having a back and forth about love and relationships and our quest to learn and grow from them. I said to him, “All the men I’ve loved and cared about in my life have disappointed me and left me in some way or another. Family members included. Every one.” 
    My friend pushed back and said, “You may not like what I’m about to say, but I think that’s a limiting belief.” 
    Ugh. 
    And recently, I stumbled upon a listener question…Colleen M. asks, “How do we actually get rid of limiting beliefs? I know you have covered this before but dig deeper to not just recognize them but banishing them.”
    In this short minisode, you’ll hear my reaction to my friend's opinion of my own limiting belief and my answer to Colleen’s question. 
    Resources from this episode: 
    My psychedelic therapy journey
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/602
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 12 min
    Episode 601: Behavior Change, Brain Science, and Fear with Dr. Kyra Bobinet

    Episode 601: Behavior Change, Brain Science, and Fear with Dr. Kyra Bobinet

    This week, we are exploring the fascinating realm of brain science and behavior patterns with our special guest, Kyra Bobinet, MD, MPH. Dr. Bobinet has dedicated a significant portion of her career to studying the intricacies of the human brain and how it influences our behavior. 
    At the heart of our discussion lies the habenula, a crucial brain region implicated in fear, motivation, and behavior control. Dr. Bobinet sheds light on how tapping into the power of the habenula can help us neutralize failure and unleash our inner wisdom and strength.
    You’ll hear:

    The habenula (a part of the brain) and its connection to fear, motivation, and the most powerful behavior controller that we face. (6:10)

    The solution to chronic anxiety of failing and negativity bias (16:08)

    How standard methods like tracking, dieting, and goal-setting often backfire by triggering the habenula’s “failure detection” (28:22)

    Iteration is the solution. “Everything is performative; we need to make it iteration.” (32:16)


    Resources:
    Private Coaching with Andrea
    Subscribe for free to my Therapy Journey podcast series
    Dr. Kyra Bodinet’s website
    Unstoppable Brain: The New Neuroscience That Frees Us from Failure, Eases Our Stress, and Creates Lasting Change 
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/601
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 37 min
    Episode 600: Advice and Insights About Ketamine Therapy with Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Kristin Arden

    Episode 600: Advice and Insights About Ketamine Therapy with Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Kristin Arden

    Before we get into today’s episode, I have a private podcast feed for anyone interested in my journey through psychedelic therapy. I’m starting with Ketamine therapy and then moving into Psilocybin. It’s free and just like the regular podcast, but you do need to sign up to be notified. 
    Is Ketamine Therapy right for you? And what does it actually feel like during a session? Joining me to discuss its workings, sensations, and post-session integration is Kristin Arden, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, and Lead Clinician at Mindbloom.
    Previously on the podcast, we heard from my friend Brendan Fitzgibbons about his Ketamine Therapy experience. This time, I'm thrilled to introduce you to Kristin, a healthcare professional working directly in the field of Ketamine Therapy. Kristin addresses key questions like when to consider this therapy, detailing what a session entails and its effects.
    You’ll hear:

    What is ketamine therapy, and how it works (7:27)

    Kristin answers, “Is ketamine therapy for everyone? When should one consider it?” (14:11)

    What a typical session looks like and what it feels like (18:48)

    The integration and therapy after a ketamine therapy session; it’s not a passive process (22:31)

    Dispelling misconceptions or myths about ketamine therapy (30:03)

    Advice for someone considering ketamine therapy as part of their mental health or personal growth treatment plan (38:40)


    Resources:
    Subscribe for free to my Therapy Journey podcast series
    Mindbloom.com/andrea0100
    Episode 595: The Psychedelic Therapy Experience with Brendan Fitzgibbons
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/600
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 53 min
    Minisode 599: On the grief of breaking up

    Minisode 599: On the grief of breaking up

    It’s been a long time since I got divorced the first time in 2006. It was also a much different situation and we didn’t have kids. Kids throw a whole different level of complication and sadness to it. 
    In this minisode, I talk about the process of getting separated and then divorced, and the things that are taking me OUT while doing so. 
    Things like packing up…looking at my bathroom drawers empty. 
    Finding old pictures and cards while packing up of the years passed. 
    And more. 
    I end the episode talking about how multiple feelings and experiences can be true…you can feel grief and sadness for what’s ending to the nth degree, and also hope, excitement and optimism for what’s to come. That, we’re at choice about. 
    Resources from this episode: 
    Write Your Way Through It is open for registration 
    Book recommendations:
    I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  
    MSN is supported by:
    We love the sponsors that make our show possible! You can always find all the special deals and codes for all our current sponsors on our website: andreaowen.com/sponsors/
    Episode link:
    http://andreaowen.com/599
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
480 Ratings

480 Ratings

kelly_88 ,

Highly Recommend!

Make Some Noise podcast is engaging & inspiring for personal development! Andrea has such a great vibe, and she shares valuable content with a variety of guests. She is honest & informative… a must listen!

Loving my lattes! ,

One of my most favorite podcasts

I can’t believe I’m just now writing a review - as I’m a podcast junkie and this is one of my absolute favorite podcasts. Every episode is a gem. Andrea is amazing. Her transparency about her own life and the inner work she’s done to overcome her own struggles is so refreshing and inspiring to me because I’m also someone who has done a lot of inner work to overcome my own struggles in order to become who I am today. So, Andrea has walked the walk. She’s not spouting off empty personal development jargon. I really respect that so much. Also, the guests she brings on are so great and knowledgeable, you learn so much from every episode on a variety of valuable topics - and Andrea’s interviewing style leaves you feeling like you’re hanging with a best girlfriend in your living room. Fantastic podcast.

megs2526 ,

Annoying voice

Annoying voice and she comes off as a narcissist in this podcast. I’ve listened to quite a few but giving up on it.

Top Podcasts In Education

The Mel Robbins Podcast
Mel Robbins
The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
Academy of Ideas
Academy of Ideas
Mick Unplugged
Mick Hunt
TED Talks Daily
TED
School Business Insider
John Brucato

You Might Also Like

The Terri Cole Show
Terri Cole
UnF*ck Your Brain: Feminist Self-Help for Everyone
Kara Loewentheil
Emotionally Uncomfortable
Hosted by Heather Chauvin | Insights inspired by Mel Robbins, Bréne Brown,
Over It And On With It
Christine Hassler
The Adult Chair
Michelle Chalfant
The Mel Robbins Podcast
Mel Robbins