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The Relationship Coach Podcast

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Helping you find and navigate the highest romantic relationships on your path.
19 Episodes
How to deal with emotional triggers in relationships - with marriage and family therapist Yulia Hartman. What are triggers and how to remain calm when the storm hits - because it will.In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with host Devon Loomis and special guest Yulia Hartman, we explore love, relationships and emotional triggers.About Yulia: Yulia Hartman is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a trained Art Therapist. She is licensed to practice in two states NM and CA. Although Yulia's physical practice is located in Albuquerque, NM, she continues to work with many of her CA clients remotely.Yulia has a rich professional background not only as a practitioner, but also as a teacher and facilitator. She has taught seminars on a variety of clinical topics, including art therapy and trauma-informed treatment. These days Yulia works primarily with adults and couples. Her services range from long-term depth psychotherapy to briefer models of individual and relationship work.You can find Yulia here: Here:
Exploring the things that traditional therapy misses. Taking a deeper look at sex with insights and techniques for people who just want better sex, to those who are ready to take it to much higher levels. In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with Annette Gates, MEd and host, Devon Loomis, we talk about relationship coaching and sex coaching. We cover many topics including why people choose to work with a relationship coach. About Annette: Annette Gates, MEd is a healing relationship coach & educator. She offers two decades of expertise in teaching about healing relationships, sexuality, and grief and loss. As a Master of Education her propriety coaching, workshops and retreats have empowered hundreds toward their healing path. Annette’s practice and trainings specialize in healing techniques for relationships, sexuality, grief and loss. You can find Annette here: Devon Loomis
Exploring how mindfulness can help with trauma and every area of life. What is mindfulness? How to bring mindfulness into your relationships.In the episode of The Relaytionship Coach Podcast with Bhanu Joy Harrison, LCSW, SEP and UCLA Trained Mindfulness Facilitator and Host Devon Loomis, we explore mindfulness and trauma.Learning mindfulness. Mindfulness training. Bhanu Joy Harrison offers us insight and mindfulness practices to help us bring more presence into our lives.About Bhanu Joy Harrison:LCSW, SEP, LMT, is a UCLA- Trained Mindfulness Facilitator and Affiliate MAPs Teacher, UCLA Semel Institute, Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC). She is also a Certified Mindfulness Teacher through the International Mindfulness Teachers Association."I offer classes and workshops on mindfulness meditation, including UCLA's well researched "Mindful Awareness Practices for Daily Living I" (MAPsI). In addition, I design workshops and classes on mindful living, ethics and body awareness tools for bodyworkers, social workers and counselors.Mindfulness has been a part of my life almost all my life! I lived a contemplative life for eight years in the 1970's at the Kripalu Center for Holistic Health which, along with my family's alternative interests, influenced the direction of my life towards awareness and mindful living. Over the years, I have continued to practice mindfulness and participated in many personal and professional growth retreats. I incorporate mindfulness and holistic health skills into my somatic psychotherapy practice focusing on trauma resolution and joyful living and completed a year long training at UCLA's Mindful Awareness Research Center to become a UCLA Trained Mindfulness Facilitator. In addition, I hold New Mexico licenses as a Clinical Social Worker, Registered Massage Therapy Instructor, Licensed Massage Therapist and certifications as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and EMDR Therapist. "You can fine Bhanu Joy Harrison here:https://www.choosingmindfulness.netDevon
Parenting in a more conscious, mindful way. Learning tools and techniques for conscious parenting. Taking a deeper look at the role of being a child's guide. In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with Maggie Macaulay, we explore parenting from a more conscious perspective. About Maggie: Would you like to experience life whole heartedly – with your spouse, family, and friends; in your career; as a parent? Our coaching and training guide you to discover that place inside you that feels like home so that you fully and joyously live the life that you desire. I am a Florida Native who grew up in an Air Force family. Exchanging humidity, hurricanes, and heat for the stunning high desert, I am now living in New Mexico, The Land of Enchantment, with my husband, daughter, and our ever-growing, well-loved herd of pets. You can catch my parenting column on Saturdays in the "Santa Fe New Mexican"! I have a Master of Science in Education and under graduate degrees in Computer Science and Sociology. Having been a teacher, dancer, and counselor in a variety of therapeutic settings, my focus is now on coaching and training that provide the skills for living life fully and deeply. My daughter’s clear preference for the word “no” as a toddler inspired me to more deeply explore children’s behavior and development. After attending a parenting course and experiencing the benefits in our family, I became a certified parenting educator. I created Whole Hearted Parenting in 2000 to share what I had learned with other parents so that they could experience greater peace and cooperation at home. I soon became a trainer for parenting educators and then a certified coach and course facilitator through Your Infinite Life Training and Coaching Company. I now work with individuals, educators, schools, companies, summer camp programs, municipalities, organizations, and governmental entities as well as parents providing individual and professional coaching and training. You can find Maggie here:
Understanding the deeper levels of life and love with Rebecca E. Skeele. Spiritual partnerships and making your life heaven.In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with Author, Spiritual Mentor and Wisdom Teacher - Rebecca E. Skeele and host Devon Loomis, we explore making your life heaven. Exploring the deeper levels of love and life.What is love and how to find spiritual partnership.About Rebecca:Author, Sacred Ambition Mentor and Wisdom Teacher and Speaker, is known as an expert in teaching the inner spiritual tools to initiate a major life shift in consciousness. She is gifted at being clear, focused, and on the mark in guiding a clear path into multidimensional consciousness so her students can reveal to themselves their connection to their Divine Reality.Her clients say she is brilliant, powerfully loving and unshakable in her commitment to mirror the truth so that others may set themselves free of self-imposed limitations. Her passion is demonstrating the power of each person to access their divine reality and share their sacred calling with the world.Rebecca is a licensed counselor who has facilitated seminars in practical spirituality in the United States and Europe. Rebecca holds two Master’s degrees: M.A. in Spiritual Counseling and M.A. of Theology in Spiritual Science. Rebecca was named Counselor of the Year in 2005 by the New Mexico Counseling Association for her visionary leadership and natural ability to inspire. Rebecca speaks from experience and teaches what she knows — that everything in life is designed to uplift us and that our home with Spirit is waiting for each of us — when we have the willingness, courage and resilience to shift and claim our spiritual heritage.Her approach is authentic, wise and humorous as she teaches through examples from her life of waking up, letting go of the drama/trauma, shifting out of self-limiting beliefs and judgments and choosing to live in love no matter what.Rebecca’s first book was published in Fall 2002: You Can Make It Heaven: How to Live Your Life with Abundance and Loving. The audio book on 4 CD’s read by the author was released in Spring 2004. She launched her soul-focused Wisdom School in 2005. Her second book, Manifesting Your Sacred Ambition, is due to be published in 2018.Rebecca mentors a year long Sacred Ambition Mentorship, teaches her Wisdom School One and Two and facilitates a 6 month experiential Noetic Balancing Practictioner Training. She also hosts a live event in Albuquerque NM every August: Your Sacred Ambition: From Heart’s Calling to Bold Loving Action and runs sacred retreats for the heart and soul through out the year.Born and raised in the south, she lives in Santa Fe, NM with her husband. Rebecca spends her time writing, teaching the Wisdom School, mentoring private clients and reveling in the awe and mystery of this human journey as a spiritual being.You can find Rebecca here:https://rebeccaeskeele.comhttps://sacredwisdomteachings.thinkific.com Social:
Why don't we see the red flags in relationships? Why is it that when we do see the red flags, we don't listen to them? These red fags, or warnings signs, are constantly presenting themselves to us but we tend to ignore them when starting a relationship - why is that?What if we could better listen to these warning signs? We will continue to ignore the red flags and experience disharmony until we lower them ourselves. We lower them by seeing that WE are responsible for seeing and honoring them and that we are able AND WORTHY to.In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with Holistic Art Therapist and Psychotherapist - Kelsey Ullrich and host Devon Loomis, we explore why we tend to overlook the red flags in relationships.About Kelsey:Kelsey is a holistic psychotherapist, art therapist, yoga teacher, and holistic healing retreat leader in the Land of Enchantment—Santa Fe, New Mexico. She’s extremely passionate about helping women feel empowered, heal from their trauma and emotional wounds, and live from their truth. Kelsey has dedicated her life to embodying what she teaches her clients—healing through holistic practices. Kelsey believes everyone is capable of living beyond their story and pain. And we all have the potential to be our own healer. Sometimes, it’s a matter of having a conscious guide and the right tools along the way.You can find Kelsey here:https://innercirclehealingretreats.com Social:
Deep listening - deeply listening to our bodies, partners and life. In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with Integrative Life Coach - Stacie Ivey and host Devon Loomis we explore techniques of how to effectively listen to our bodies, our partners and the signs form life.About Stacie: Stacie is an expert in mindfulness, author, speaker, mother, and nationally certified and licensed speech language pathologist. She has 20 years of experience helping adults, adolescents and children overcome barriers to living their highest and best lives. She has a holistic practice consulting, teaching, and integrating mindfulness into her work and personal life. Her mission is to ease the suffering of humanity through spiritual understanding, yoga and mindfulness practices in order to increase joy and inner peace. We live in a culture focused on fear and superficial happiness. When we learn how to go deeper and trust our internal guidance and wisdom, everything else falls into place. International speaker and consultant Licensed and nationally certified speech-language pathologist (M.S., CCC-SLP) with two decades of experience in education, early intervention, adult therapy and private practice Registered therapist for Highly Sensitive People on Dr. Elaine Aron's website Studied Clinical Mental Health Counseling at NMHU, including courses in Practicum Skills, Art Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Group Therapy, Theories, and the Profession of Counseling Mindfulness consultant and trainer Author of 5 books, including the soon to be released "Mindfulness Retreat Workbook" and "The Mindful Way: Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit" Co-developer of a yoga for special needs teacher training Registered Yoga Educator (E-RYT 200) and Instructor, trained at Nosara Yoga Institute Member of the International Alliance of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) A decade of experience blending mindfulness, yoga and right-brain experiential practices into western speech-language pathology and education You can find Stacie here: Devon Social:
The chakra of relationship. The chakra of love. In this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast with host Devon Loomis and Energy Practitioner - Nina Twombly, we explore deeper relationships, energy healing, sacred sex, empaths or highly sensitive people and love, conscious romantic relationships and many more topics.About Nina:I started on a healing path at a very young age by anyone’s standards. My therapist in high school, who had me acting out my innermost feelings with figurines in a sand tray, made more sense to me than anyone else in my life had before. The other paradigms I had been shown left me feeling confused, because outer life seemed so disconnected from the inner. From what I could see, people weren’t really talking, and people weren’t really listening to each other. Intimacy was not present. Life felt formulaic, cold. I knew their had to be a better way. I turned down a scholarship to a prestigious university and dedicated the next several years to an intentional inward journey, searching for meaning and depth and a way of viewing my life that would hopefully put my heart at ease.During these years I attended a small Lomi Lomi school on the big island of Hawai’i, as well as the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, a four-year comprehensive program that trains professional healers. And, perhaps more influential was my time in Peru over the course of six years. I joined a group of shamans (the Altomisayoks, ‘priests of light’) in ceremony and pilgrimage in the high Andes outside Cusco. The practices of connecting with other beings, elements, weather, and merging consciousness with these other life forms, completely changed my chemistry and opened me to a whole other realm of consciousness. I now communicate with, merge with, and use the healing power of other beings with healing intentions in my sessions and in my personal meditations. I also was given the gift of seeing my self, my growth, and the growth and depth of others in a larger context of life, as part of an evolving humanity with love as its core intention. I now feel that transmuting my own pain and that of others, and becoming more aligned to wholeness, is a gift to life and is needed…it is nothing less than that.As I’ve continued on my path, I have learned to value myself and speak my mind more fully, and to assert that it is possible be both serious and happy, both sensitive and strong. Better relationships and friendships have found me that are more supportive, fun, and safe, as I’ve gained in personal strength. I’ve found through experience that you can’t attract the right people until you haveA. a deeply rooted sense of your own nature, andB. a generally good feeling about who you are, andC. a clear sense in your nervous system of what you want your experience in love to feel like, forgetting set pictures and opening to what will actually nourish you instead.When people come to me now in the depths of their pain and confusion, I can say that I know the territory. I also know that each person’s pathway to authentic, self-supportive living, is unique and complex. It is a journey that I deeply enjoy taking with others. It can be hard to find the first step, which is why I take a very personalized approach with each client. Whether it is relief from depression, or a desire for more wholeness in relationships that you desire, I never make suggestions to people from a “this works for everyone” standpoint. Instead I listen to you, and help you to create a trajectory forward. Working with people who have these issues and who want to move forward, is a great joy and inspiration for me. I look forward to working with you!You can find Nina here: LoomisTheRelationshipCoach.comDevon
An exploration of sex, desire, hormones and diet with Doctor of Oriental Medicine - Dr Glenn Wilcox. We explore hormone replacement therapy for women and men. We talk about the most effective TRT. Did you know that Doctors of Oriental Medicine can prescribe hormones in New Mexico? We also talk about bioidentical hormones.The Relationship Coach Podcast - Sex, Desire and Hormones with Dr. Glenn Wilcox, DOM. In this episode we have one of the leading experts in America on parasites and an international consultant on hormone replacement therapy. Topics include diet, TRT, hormone replacement therapy, bioidentical hormones and even probiotics.Dr. Glenn, DOM offers insight into a more holistic approach to hormone replacement therapy and has been practicing hormone replacement therapy since the 90s.Such a fun and insightful show!About Dr. Dlenn Wilcox:Dr. Wilcox is a licensed Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico and is Board Certified for Expanded Practice in Injection Therapy, Intravenous Therapy and Bioidentical Hormone Therapy by the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is nationally board certified and a diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Oriental Medicine which includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology and Bodywork Therapy. He has completed the American College of Integrative Medicine two year educational program as a Primary Care Provider of Integrative Primary Care Natural Medicine. He has also completed the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics year long specialty educational program in orthopedics.In New Mexico, Dr. Wilcox began his practice of oriental medicine in Santa Fe and in 1981 moved his clinic to Albuquerque. He combines highly effective and painless traditional Japanese acupuncture and manual bodywork therapy with herbal and nutritional medicine, which he integrates with bioidentical hormone therapy. To this he has added injection therapy which includes prolozone, prolotherapy, neurotherapy, and trigger point therapy, as well as intravenous infusion therapy with high dose vitamin C, ozone, ultraviolet blood photoluminescence therapy, hydrogen peroxide, chelation therapy and intravenous nutrient therapy.Since 1980 he has specialized in the treatment of parasites, working and studying with world class M.D. and Ph.D. parasitologist, Dr. Hammed A. Ibraheem, founder of the Eko University of Medicine and Health Sciences in Nigeria.During 2007 and 2008, Dr. Wilcox was the founding Medical Director of New Health Insight – The Center for Integrative Medicine and Biological Dentistry in Albuquerque.Dr. Wilcox served on the State of New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for seven years, five years as chairman. He was the founding president of the Federation of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Regulatory Agencies, a national organization that links state licensing boards, and was elected the first honorary lifetime member of that organization. He was a founding member of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of New Mexico and served eight terms as its president. That organization voted him “Acupuncturist of the Year” in 1989 and “Doctor of Oriental Medicine of the Year” in 1997. He is also a founding member of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine which voted him “Acupuncturist of The Year” in 1993 and “State Board Member of the Year” in 1997.Since 1988, in New Mexico, Dr. Wilcox led the oriental medicine profession to initiate the creation of cutting-edge laws that have mandated insurance reimbursement for oriental medical services and that have evolved the oriental medicine scope of practice into the twenty-first century. These laws have served as an example to which other states and other healthcare professions aspire. Most notable is the creation of the Expanded Practice Board Certification. This authorizes New Mexico doctors of oriental medicine, with advanced training and certification, to integrate injection therapy, intravenous therapy and bioidentical hormone therapy into the oriental medical system, thus evolving the most mature, holistic and integrative system of medicine in the nation.You can find Dr. Glenn here: LoomisTheRelationshipCoach.comDevon Social: 
Forgiveness is one of the most difficult things for us to do - but one of the most important. Forgiving is an intrinsic part of living a healthy, full life. Self forgiveness is key to the healing process.In this this episode of The Relationship Coach Podcast, "The Path Of Forgiveness", we explore forgiveness from many different angles with therapist Shara Moscinska. What is forgiveness. How to forgive. Different forgiveness techniques.If you are struggling with forgiving yourself or someone else, or just want to live a deeper, more meaningful life, this show is for you. The spiritual path of forgiveness with host Devon Loomis and Shara Moscinska.About Shara:Shara is a teacher and psychotherapist in private practice specializing in community mental health and spiritual development. Her approach validates the invisible powers of life, such as consciousness and self-awareness, affirming that as we attune to our interior and live from it, our outer life becomes a coherent expression of meaning.Shara has over 15 years of clinical and administrative experience working at such agencies as the Albuquerque Family and Child Guidance Center, the New Dawn Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program, and the Santa Fe Rape Crisis Center, in addition to private practice.She has been an instructor for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) National Victim Assistance Academy, co-created the OVC Sexual Assault Advocate/Counselor Training, and has facilitated trainings throughout the U.S. on crisis intervention, trauma resolution, vicarious trauma, developing resilience, spiritual development, communication, ethics, and self-care.Shara has a M.A. in Counseling from Southwestern College and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College. As a Kosciuszko Foundation Scholar, she studied at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland and traveled widely. Shara is a graduate of the Quimby Amenti Mystery School and Noetic Field Therapy Practitioner Program, and with mentorship from Robert Waterman, Ed.D she teaches a Mystery School at Unity Spiritual Center in Albuquerque, NM and also trains and supervises practitioners in forgiveness-based healing.She is graduated from the inaugural class of Richard Rohr’s Living School in September 2015, which is affectionately known as an “underground seminary.” Life in its essence and the hard, rewarding work of attending to her marriage and two young children is, hands down, her greatest teacher (and blessing) of all.Noetic balancing: Loomis Social:
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