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Flip Your Lid with Kim Honeycutt

Kim Honeycutt, MSW, LCSW, CCFC, LCAS

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Flip Your Lid is a deep dive into the complexity of psychology, neuroscience, and Christianity as it applies to the development of our internal and external systems. We will discuss all the things - racism, addiction, Polyvagal theory, toxic relationships/systems, implicit bias, attachment styles, and how to bring our unconscious beliefs into conscious connection. The right internal reset can have a life-changing impact on our heart, mind, and body. Join us as we examine what caused our lids ...
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Welcome to The Relentless Podcast by Sandra Weber owner of integrated body work. The whole concept behind this podcast is to provide you a platform of practitioners and specialist and individuals that are striving their hardest to be conquering the mental, physical, & emotional sides of life because we can't separate ourselves out into those individual parts and be successful we have to look at all of those components to be a completely happy and truly healthy person
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Just when you thought you knew everything about the Enneagram, therapist, and Enneagram expert Michael Shahan sheds new light. Join us for an insider look at "Flip Your Lid" host Kim Honeycutt and her wife, Larissa Miller, as Michael dives into the Enneagram with them. He navigates the complexities of Kim and Larissa's individual Enneagram numbers,…
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Bri is an OT with extensive training in feeding therapy, oral restrictions and tongue ties, sleep quality, pelvic floor training related to urinary incontinence and constipation and all things nervous system regulation. She owns a private practice in Charlotte NC. In this episode, Bri busts many myths regarding toddler/adolesent behavior diagnosis,…
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In this episode, Kim chats with Chris Kratzer, a former conservative evangelical pastor who shares his powerful story of transformation. Chris discusses his shift from a strict, judgmental faith to a more compassionate and inclusive spirituality. He recalls his early days in ministry, driven by ego and rigid beliefs against women in ministry and LG…
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Join Kim Honeycutt as she engages in a heartfelt conversation with special guest and friend Alex Reegan. Together, they explore Alex's transformative journey from sobriety to self-discovery, navigating the complexities of identity and healing. Alex opens up about his experience as a trans man, overcoming societal and familial expectations rooted in…
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In this episode, LeeAnn Marie Webster shares her story of menopause, midlife, family trauma, loss, and much more. She leaves a clear blueprint for how she turned a traumatic childhood into her adventurous, healthy, thriving life! She is a shining example of how we all can make small changes to see big results!Topics:Choosing NOT to use HRTBirth Con…
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In this episode, Kim interviews former evangelical pastor Brian Recker and discusses his journey of self-discovery amid political shifts during Donald Trump's rise. Brian reflects on leaving his pastoral role during the COVID-19 pandemic, reevaluating his beliefs, and advocating for LGBTQ+ rights within Christianity. This episode emphasizes authent…
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After Kim heard Dr. Christine Cocchiola on the world-famous leading narcissistic expert Dr. Ramani's podcast, she had to talk to Dr. Cocchiola, and you'll understand once you listen to the podcast. Their conversation goes deep into understanding coercive control, narcissism, and how it affects individuals, especially in the challenging landscape of…
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In this "Flip Your Lid with Kim Honeycutt" episode, join us as Kim interviews Dr. Carol George, a pioneer and expert in attachment theory, as she unravels the depths of attachment patterns and the interplay of trauma. They explore each attachment pattern: secure, ambivalent, and avoidant alongside lesser-known dismissive failed blocked mourning and…
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In this episode, Kim Honeycutt interviews Liz Cooledge Jenkins as they explore religious trauma within the church, stressing the need for inclusive leadership and challenging the dominance of an all-white male perspective in theological discussions. It emphasizes diverse interpretations, values scripture in deconstruction/reconstruction, and addres…
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In this podcast, Kim Honeycutt reconnects with Ana Del Castillo, a Women’s Rightness Expert and Certified Empowerment Coach with over 20 years of experience galvanizing women to embrace authenticity in their lives. This episode delves into pivotal moments in Ana's life that have contributed to her journey of self-discovery. The conversation navigat…
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Join Kim as she talks with Tim Whitaker, the brilliant mind behind the New Evangelicals. Tim shares his experience within the Church and how he has used his deconstruction and reconstruction to assist and comfort many with religious trauma. Tim shares about his visit to the Asbury revival and does a deep dive into why he does what he does for those…
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Michael Shahan is the real deal. His vulnerability, combined with his vast insight into the world of psychology, including the Enneagram, allowed for a fun and informative conversation. Join Kim and Michael as they nerd out on Polyvagal Theory with the Enneagram, couples therapy, and how to be an approachable psychotherapist. Basically, this is fre…
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We (Larissa and Kim) had the absolute privilege of interviewing Brian McLaren. As many of you know, Brian is a well-known spiritual influencer who has made significant contributions to the world of faith and spirituality. In this episode, we had the privilege of sitting down with him to discuss his life's work, including his four stages of faith de…
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Attorney Lori “Mouth of the South” Murray and Kim sit down and explore Lori’s firsthand experience with the Alex Murdaugh trial. Lori has been on CourtTv and many other media outlets, helping us understand the many facets of this notorious S.C. trial! Lori was in the courtroom during the Murdaugh trial, giving us an idea of the climate. Join them a…
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Teaching Pastor Cedric Lundy flexes his perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe as he opens Watershed’s new series on reclaiming ideas from our spiritual past called The Divine and Me. Cedric uses the metaphor of his process for creating the perfect chocolate chip cookies to explore the importance of deconstructing and reconstructing – of reclaming – …
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Kim and Tasha Hunter dive into a comparison of the trauma system between the church and the military. Tasha provides her personal account as a Black lesbian who is former military and someone who was deeply entrenched in the church system. They Discuss: Surviving and Thriving Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Importance of Community Recognizing trauma w…
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On February 19, 2023, three members of the Watershed Community who are also mental health therapists joined David on stage for a revealing and informational conversation sharing topics related to relationships, trauma, spirituality, and how all of these things impact how we see ourselves and others.By David, Amy, Thomas, and John
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Teaching pastor David Roberts shares an exploration of the importance of paying attention to and developing a relationship with The Self, through the lens of Paul and Sigmund Freud. David talks about the his awareness of his own sense of self and delves into our ability to be in relationship with others as being dependent on our own self-concept.…
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Join Kevin Sweeney, host of The Church Needs Therapy podcast and author of The Making of a Mystic: My Journey with Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It's Okay for Everyone to Relax" and "The Joy of Letting Go" as he and Kim discuss the ingredients of surrender and how it might not be what we think it is. Kevin is a calm, compassionate man who…
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Teaching Team members Kim Honeycutt and Shawn Bowers Buxton share in conversation about their own family-of-origin experiences, how it shaped them, and how they learned to honor their parents by setting boundaries and limits. They share from their own histories, discuss what forgiveness is and what it isn't, and offer us a path to healing from thes…
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Recorded on Jan 29, 2023 at Watershed Charlotte, teaching team member and resident psychotherapist Kim Honeycutt shares a deeply personal and therapeutic talk about emotional regression, and how it affects our relationships with others and our relationship with the Divine. Kim also gives us some practical tools and knowledge to help establish patte…
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Teaching Pastor Cedric Lundy kicks off our annual relationship series by exploring the use of non-violent communication in our relationships. Further, Cedric argues that when we adopt a belief in a God who engages with us using judgmental, shaming, or belittling language, we begin to internalize those same tendencies towards ourselves.…
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Jennifer Garcia Bashaw teaches New Testament and Christian Ministry at Campbell University in North Carolina. She received her B.A. from Baylor University (1999) and her M.Div. from Truett Theological Seminary (2002). She earned a Ph.D. in New Testament from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2012. Dr. Bashaw is an ordained American Baptist minister an…
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Larissa and I had the absolute honor of interviewing David Hayward, who you probably know as the NakedPastor! David is known for his expansive artwork that depicts the unfortunate experience of many people in parts of the Christian world, and he does it in a way that is incredibly healing. David lives in Canada with his wife and grown children. His…
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Mako and Kim discuss his expansive knowledge about abortion, including his book Abortion Policy and Christian Social Ethics in the United States. Mako shares about his Asian-American culture and his love for Jesus. Mako gives a refreshing and thought-provoking description of restorative versus retributive justice. Mako is the Director of the Anasta…
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