In this episode, you’ll learn how contributing to an anthology, coordinating an anthology, writing children’s workbooks, Brainspotting, Imago Therapy, and more, all come together to create a story of helping others in the community.
Our guest is Brooke Randolph, founder, and director of Counseling at The Green House and a bestselling author of several books. She is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist and a certified Brainspotting therapist & Consultant.
The four “fun nuggets” from this interview are:
#1: Understand that there might be a difference in how others view your primary legacy and how you view your own (and that’s okay!).
#2: Recognize that organizing an anthology can be potentially more work than writing one’s own book! (Click here for more information about the anthology that I just contributed to and discussed during this interview).
#3: Collect stories over time to create your own “story bank” (a creative gold mine!).
#4: Get to know your “faces of resistance” (to having a bigger voice and reaching more people on a larger platform) so that you can move beyond these obstacles.
You can also watch this podcast interview here:
About Brooke Randolph
Brooke Randolph, LMHC, is founder and director of Counseling at The Green House. She is the author of The Bully Book: A Workbook for Kids Coping with Bullies (2016), The Loss Book: A Workbook for Kids Coping with Loss (2017), The Choices Book: A Workbook for Kids (2019), a contributing author to Adoption Therapy: Perspectives from Clients and Clinicians on Processing and Healing Post-Adoption Issues (2014), and the organizing editor of It’s Not About You: Understanding Adoptee Search, Reunion, & Open Adoption (2017). She has also authored adoption education materials.
Brooke’s specialties are Adoption, Brainspotting, and relationships. She is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist, a certified Brainspotting therapist & Consultant, Coordinator for Brainspotting Indy, and a member of the US Brainspotting Association Leadership Team. She was a founding member of MLJ Adoptions, Inc., where she served as the VP of Social Services for seven years. She was a Young Professionals Advisory Board member for The Villages, Indiana’s largest not-for-profit child and family services agency, and she was the mental health expert contributor at DietsInReview.com, a national diet and fitness column.
Brooke has presented at numerous conferences and workshops throughout North America on a variety of topics. Brooke is primarily motivated to encourage, equip, and empower individuals and couples toward more whole-hearted living and conscious relationships.