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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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You already know that there are a bunch of things people talk about in pockets or completely avoid. Things that may be controversial or uncomfortable but we need to get them off our chest. During "Why Don’t We Talk About This?", licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist, Paula McMillan-Perez speaks with folks whose learned experiences and/or professions give way to a diverse knowledge of topics that we just aren't talking about...but should be!
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Paula explores the complex emotion of envy, defining it and its differences with jealousy. She examines the negative impact of envy on mental health and various relationships. Paula also delves into the various forms of envy and their impact on motivation and self-esteem, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and addressing these feelings to ov…
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Paula provides an overview of Anxiety and how it affects both adults and adolescents in the US, with gender differences in prevalence. She explores some factors contributing such as social exclusion, bullying, family dynamics, trauma, and personal factors as well as practical strategies for addressing anxiety at any level. U.S Anxiety Data Follow u…
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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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Paula explores challenges faced by youth in accessing summer engagement and programs due to financial constraints, transportation issues, or other factors as well as the impact of summer break on mental health, including anxiety and disrupted daily routines. She emphasizes the importance of engaging in meaningful conversations with youth, particula…
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Whitley explores personal experiences with racial trauma in predominantly white institutions, addresing microagressions and navigating the importance of creating spaces for black women to validate experiences. She also speaks about the value of finding healing in their shared struggles, while also acknowledging the intersections of racial trauma wi…
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Claire shares personal experiences and professional insights on grief and trauma with Paula while also emphasizing the importance of authenticity, empathy, and holistic healing approaches. She discussed the challenges of supporting clients through their grief journeys and the need for shared understanding as well as the importance of prioritizing s…
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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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Paula explores some themes that can impact parents as they work to connect with teens, including navigating emotional experiences and difficult interactions. She highlights the challenges of parenting in the digital age, emphasizing the need to find a balance between using tech and personal interaction while also cultivating safe and non-judgementa…
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Shell speaks passionately about her journey of impact to enhance understanding and working with individuals with ADHD in a way that acknowledges their strengths and areas in need of improvement all while providing tailored support for their career development. Guest Bio: Trained by Richard Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?, with a Mas…
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Elana candidly shares the challenges and opportunities faced by social workers in their careers, particularly those who have pursued non-traditional paths, identifies the importance of creativity, self-awareness and resourcefulness as well as additional ways that emerging social workers can access support and resources to find joy and grounding on …
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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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Urmi speaks candidly with Paula about menstrual stigma, its cultural and societal roots as well as personal experiences as a Muslim woman. She emphasizes the importance of education and open discussion as well as creating access and celebration to increase empowerment and decrease shame. Urmi Hossain is Bengali by blood and Italian by birth. She wo…
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Dr. O speaks candidly about the connections she made during her own reproductive journey to closing the gap through research & education for emerging social workers. Guest Bio: Dr. Olymphia O’Neale-White, also known as Dr. O, is not your average professional. With a passion for education, public speaking, professional development, and advocacy, Dr.…
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Amelia connects their love of learning, social work practice and research passion to their doctoral studies by not only exploring the needs of multi-racial families but developing a framework for clinicians working with this population. Guest Bio: Amelia is a licensed clinical social worker who leads a small NYC based group practice, Amanecer Couns…
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Toshi speaks candidly about themes in her mental health journey, ways that the arts supported her ability to express herself and how this not only motivated her to become co-founder of Midnight Comics but also ignited her passion to bring comics to youth in school settings. Guest Bio: Toshi J. was born in Long Island, New York, and studied theater …
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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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Marina shares how her curiosity begun about A.I, what she has learned and how she has shifted into educating others about how it can be used an not just an application but an opportunity to affect change in the social work profession. Guest Bio: Dr. Badillo-Diaz is an experienced school administrator and counseling director with a demonstrated hist…
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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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Paula sheds some light on the cyberattack on Change Healthcare which took place on February 21, 2024 effectively crippling the many necessary processes of our national healthcare system, how it has impacted patients and providers, the alleged parties behind the attack and several things that we should now consider in the wake of this attack. Resour…
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Justin shares a notable shift in the misdiagnosis of Bipolar Disorder in Women, some possible root causes of this trend, contributing factors that impact women, and what mental health providers and the public can do to address it. Guest Bio: Justin is a licensed clinical social worker, content creator, and therapist for neurodivergent people, speci…
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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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Carolyn shares her social work journey from her beginnings in child welfare, pride in her Bronx upbringing and its pivotal role in her practice as well as how she accessed support along the way. Guest Bio: Carolyn's social work journey began since a young age while growing up in the Bronx. She was a recipient of the UFT scholarship and attended SUN…
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Mallorie speaks about pivoting her work to serving nuerodiverse children and their parents as well as some tips and tricks she has picked up along the way to support the creation of what safe spaces look like within these communities. Guest Bio: Mallorie Rodgers, MA, LPC is a therapist based in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas who has dedicated her career …
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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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Julie shares her journey of learning and discovery in seeking out her birth parents, navigating informational and governmental hurdles, and creating spaces for others in the adoptee community. Guest Bio: Julie Ryan McGue is an American writer, a domestic adoptee, and an identical twin. She explores the topics of finding out who you are, where you b…
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Ancy speaks with Paula about her discoveries regarding self-worth, how it is intertwined with our mental wellness, and how we can work to improve it at any age. Upcoming Event: reTreat, reLearn, reVitalize: A Weekend for NYC School Social Workers & Counselors Friday, March 1st - Sunday, March 3rd Stony Point, NY For more information visit: https://…
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In this follow-up episode, Antonia responds to questions she received based on her first appearance on the show where she spoke about her journey of self-discovery as the primary caretaker of her husband and son while navigating their disabilities away from home. Guest Bio: Antonia is Puerto Rican from the Bronx, now in rural Texas with her disable…
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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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In this episode, Marci Grossman shares a taste of her 30+ years of experience as a CPA and why she shifted her focus to follow her passion. Guest Bio: Marci is a CPA with over 30 years of experience working with people and businesses on their financial information. I've recently changed my focus to follow my passion and as a financial literacy educ…
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Kelly speaks about her experience engaging in active professional development, the personal work she engaged in to heal her intersecting identities, and the connection to how these two themes enhance her ability to effectively support her clients. Guest Bio: With a deep-rooted passion for the helping profession, Kelly Little, LMFT has amassed over …
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Benjamin details his experiences navigating Autism, education, peer relationships, and the workforce, pokes holes into how we can craft improved experiences for others, and shares how he plans on doing his part. Guest Bio: Benjamin is a Podcaster, Autism Advocate, and Healthcare worker all in one. He has enjoyed podcasting as well as writing for th…
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Jamilah shares the inspiration for becoming a special educator, the challenges of special educators, and how she pivoted to provide an impact on a larger scale. Guest Bio: Jamilah F. Bashir, an Education Consultant and IEP Coach, empowers special education teachers to excel in both their roles as educators and case managers. She guides parents thro…
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Kim shares her personal experiences navigating the world as a highly sensitive person, how to cultivate support, and ways she provides support to others on their journey. Guest Bio: After nearly 20 years of working as a writer in the publishing and marketing industries, Kimberly set out on a mission to work with others through coaching. Her mission…
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During this episode, Tabatha shares her experiences and suggestions for managing exhaustion as a full-time school social worker and business owner. Guest Bio: Tabatha, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has been passionate about supporting and guiding young people since she worked as a youth counselor in an after-school program in her teen years. A…
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Cristina and Greg break down the rationale for why the strike happens, some of what they have experienced as actors, and what is important for folks outside of their community to know. Guest Bios: Cristina Contreras is a Panamanian Actress, VO talent, podcaster, and streamer with over 20 years in the business. Gregory Carroll is an actor, producer,…
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Shara shares the many layers she persevered through to obtain her LCSW, the importance of belief in herself and clinical abilities as well as the importance of holding space with a tailored plan for others. Guest Bio: Shara is an accomplished clinical social worker from Philadelphia with a wealth of expertise. Holding degrees from Lock Haven Univer…
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Kyle shares his journey from significant debt and the steps that he took to wipe the slate clean, the factors that contributed to the rollercoaster of his experience, and how he is supporting others to be the hero of their own financial story. Guest Bio: After majoring in music theater in college, Kyle spent over 15 years as a professional performe…
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Antonia shares her journey of discovery being the primary caretaker of her husband and son who both have disabilities on top of also learning to adapt and navigate unfamiliar areas. Guest Bio: Antonia is Puerto Rican from the Bronx, now in rural Texas with her military/disabled husband and child with autism navigating life. Follow us on Instagram @…
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Alex shares her personal lactation support journey as a new mom, what was learned about how support was, and wasn't, provided, and the steps she took to enhance and expand lactation consultation support. Guest Bio: Alex Wachelka is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She believes you can create your own unique relationship with f…
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Michelle shares her journey from diagnosis of dyscalculia, co-occurring themes related to this diagnosis, and ways she has chosen to use her experiences to support others. Guest Bio: Michelle Steiner lives with an invisible disability. She has articles published on The Mighty, Non-Verbal Learning Project, Dyscalculia Blog, The Reluctant Spoonie, Im…
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Casey and Paula discuss their experiences navigating the usage of health insurance, some of the challenges faced by folks with special or long-term conditions, and what small steps we can take toward improvement. Guest Bio: Casey Kand Head is a 3x survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia & stroke survivor. She teaches survivors how to reclaim their…
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During this episode, Basiliso shares how his personal and professional journey motivated him to take the initiative to learn more about financial education and healing which he is paying forward to others. Guest Bio: Basiliso (Bas) Moreno, LMSW is a Licensed Masters Level Social Worker and a Certified School Social Worker in the state of Delaware. …
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