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Episode 101: “Best of 2022”

Today we’re revisiting a few of our favorite conversations from throughout the year. This episode features interviews from fan-favorites Shauna Niequist, Caroline Bravo, Morgan Harper Nichols, Scott Erickson, Dr. Ed Barron, Erin S. Lane and more!

Thanks so much for joining us this year—we can’t wait to continue the journey with you in 2023. Sending you light and love this holiday season.

Meet this episode’s experts

Caroline Bravo, LPC-MHSP

Therapist and Onsite Guide

Caroline Bravo, LPC-MHSP, is a therapist, wife, friend, and enneagram 7. She is a licensed professional counselor and has a private practice in East Nashville. As often as she gets the chance, she work as an adjunct therapist at Onsite doing intensive with both individuals and couples. She enjoys working with clients who are open to exploring family-of-origin wounds, as well as clients who experience shame or anxious styles of attachment. Her primary modality is experiential therapy, but she loves any client who is open to incorporating mindfulness into their system!

Episode 053 “Living Centered in Pain and Suffering” featuring Caroline Bravo, LPC-MHSP

Shauna Niequist

New York Times Best-Selling Author

Shauna Niequist is the New York Times bestselling author of Present Over Perfect and I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet. She is married to Aaron, and they live in New York City with their sons, Henry and Mac. Shauna is a bookworm, a storyteller, and a passionate gatherer of people, especially around the table.

Episode 064 “Living Centered And Learning To Be A Beginner” featuring Shauna Niequist

Kathleen Murphy, LPC, LMFT

Kathleen Murphy’s career is founded on over 35 years of experience working with people suffering from substance abuse issues complicated by relational trauma and attachment wounding. Before coming to Onsite as Associate Clinical Director, she spent eight years as the founding Executive Clinical Director of Breath Life Healing Centers in Los Angeles, CA.  

Her path was paved by earning her BA in Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Texas, Austin, and an MA in Counseling at St Edward’s University. She loves puppets, Kundalini Yoga, Sound Healing, Tibetan Buddhism, and all the various wisdom traditions.   

Kathleen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as Licensed Professional Counselor. In addition, she is a trained EMDR therapist and Level 3 Sensorimotor psychotherapist. Kathleen also co-facilitates trauma-sensitive training for Interventionists. She is also a certified Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher and has been certified in various sound healing modalities.

Episode 055 “Living Centered and Exploring the Polyvagal Theory” featuring Kathleen Murphy, LPC, LMFT

Brendan McCarthy

Brendan McCarthy is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-MHSP) in the state of TN. Brendan treats a wide variety of mental health issues and works with a broad spectrum of clients. He provides individual counseling, pre-marital counseling, and couples counseling with a counseling approach that best fits the needs of his clients. He believes that a safe, open, caring, and collaborative relationship between the counselor and the client is the main agent for change and healing in the counseling process. Brendan is a Certified Experiential Therapist (CET3), as well as a part of the adjunct clinical staff at Onsite.

Episode 062 “Living Centered and Understanding the Seven Rights of a Child” featuring Brendan McCarthy

Morgan Harper Nichols

Popular Instagram poet and artist Morgan Harper Nichols has created her life’s work around the stories of others. Morgan’s popular Instagram feed (@morganharpernichols) has garnered a loyal online community of over two million, and she is the author of “All Along You Were Blooming”, a book of poems and art she created in response to the personal stories submitted by her friends and followers. She also hosts a podcast, The Morgan Harper Nichols Show, where she shares daily reflections on finding meaning and peace in life and work. Morgan has also performed as a vocalist on several GRAMMY-nominated projects and written for various artists, including a Billboard #1 single performed by her sister, Jamie-Grace. Morgan’s iconic Instagram art has inspired millions and landed her brand partnerships with Anthropologie, Coach, Adobe, Vogue Singapore, Aerie, Target, Starbucks, Kind Bar, GAP, Splendid, John Paul Mitchell, and more. Morgan is often on the road creating, teaching, and performing, in hopes of spreading her unique inspirational message and inviting others into her creative process. Morgan currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona, with her husband and son.

Episode 058 “Living Centered and Practicing Peace” featuring Morgan Harper Nichols

Scott Erickson

Scott Erickson is a touring painter, performance artist, and creative curate who mixes autobiography, aesthetics, and comedic narrative to create experiences that speak to our deepest stories. He is the author of Say Yes: Discovering the Surprising Life Beyond the Death of a Dream and Honest Advent, the coauthor of Prayer: Forty Days of Practice and May It Be So, a spiritual director to brave women and men, and a professional dishwasher for his food-blogging wife. Scott lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and three children.

Episode 063 “Living Centered Beyond the Death Of A Dream” featuring Scott Erickson

Dr. Ed Barron

Dr. Barron is an accomplished organizational consultant, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion leader, and executive coach with over 30 years of experience partnering with small non-profits, higher education institutions and large complex organizations. An expert systems analyst, Dr. Barron is well known for leading executive teams through processes that transform their strategy and culture, lead to continuous improvement, improve organizational effectiveness and increase customer satisfaction. In other words, he helps companies be better so that they can do better. 

Dr. Barron holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration for the University of La Verve, a Master of Arts degree in Leadership from Azusa Pacific University and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California. 

Dr. Barron enjoys reading, cycling, resistance training and all things James Bond. He has two daughters, Dr. Jessica Barron of Durham N.C. and Brittany Barron, MS of Los Angeles CA. Both of his daughters are published book authors. Dr Barron and his partner, Jennifer Edic Bryant, live in Azusa CA. 

Episode 073 “Living Centered in Pursuit of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion” featuring Dr. Ed Barron

Erin S. Lane

Erin S. Lane is a writer, theologian, and someone other than a mother. She is the author of Someone Other Than a Mother: Flipping the Scripts on a Woman’s Purpose and Making Meaning Beyond Motherhood. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and a master’s degree from Duke Divinity School, both with a focus on gender studies. Mentored by Parker J. Palmer and the Center for Courage & Renewal, she works as a vocational retreat facilitator, helping people discern their wildest questions of purpose. She resides in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her improbable kin.

089 “Living Centered and the Scripts That Hold Us Back” featuring Erin S. Lane

Evan Barbee

Evan is a certified teacher and practitioner in the Narrative Enneagram tradition, a deeply rich teaching tradition that identifies three crucial aspects of human development: psychological, spiritual, and somatic awareness. She has studied under the foremost teachers in the field, both Russ Hudson and Helen Palmer, and has taken this skill into low-income and resource-poor populations where individuals might not otherwise have access. 

Evan co-founded the Ennealab, an organization to help spread the Enneagram as far, deep, and wide as possible while maintaining the integrity of this brilliant teaching tradition. She also serves on the board of directors of The Narrative Enneagram (TNE) , the foremost Enneagram training body in the field.  

Episode 052 “Living Centered with the Enneagram” featuring Evan Barbee

Krispin Mayfield

Krispin Mayfield, LPC has a background in full-time ministry and is now in private practice as licensed professional counselor in Oregon, where he and his wife, D.L., live with their two children. Trained in attachment-based emotionally focused therapy, Krispin has served for over ten years in church trauma-recovery programs. In his writing, podcasting, and speaking, Krispin explores the integration of faith and psychology, and his writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including Christianity Today, Relevant, Aleteia, Boundless, and Fathom.

Episode 061 “Living Centered and Exploring Attachment Science” featuring Krispin Mayfield, LPC

Brent Campbell

Brent Campbell, LPC-MHSP provides both counseling and coaching services to individuals and couples using the latest trauma-informed therapeutic interventions blended with proven life coaching techniques. His focus is to help people heal, energize and become more aware of their inner strengths in order to live the life they want.

Brent specializes in experiential therapy and has the privilege of working with the Nashville Center for Trauma and Psychotherapy, Onsite Workshops, and Porter’s Call. In his free time, Brent enjoys taking road trips with my wife and their growing baby, hiking, playing music, drinking coffee, and engaging in the wonder and whimsy of it all with my fellow dreamers.

Episode 051 “Living Centered While Deconstructing our Narratives” featuring Brent Campbell, LPC-MHSP

Tuere Butler

Director of Operations at Plywood People & Former District Director for Congressman John Lewis

Tuere K. Butler grew up in Washington, DC but now calls Atlanta, GA home. She is a proud alumna of Spelman College where she received her BA in English. In 2020, she transitioned from the world of politics after the death of her beloved Boss, Congressman John Lewis. She was his longest-serving employee (22 years) for Congressman John Lewis (also known as the Conscious of the Congress) and lead his Atlanta office in her role as District Director. Now, she serves as Director of Operations for Plywood People in Atlanta, GA. Plywood People is a nonprofit serving a community of start-ups doing good. When she is not working, Tuere devotes her time and giftings to her mentees, friends and family. Tuere is a strong believer in empowering others, she is continually inspired by the question Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. asked “Life’s most urgent question is, What are you doing for others?”

Episode 050 “Living Centered in Service of Others” featuring Tuere Butler

Mentioned in this episode

Onsite Group Experiential Workshops 

We’re wounded in community, and we heal in community.

Onsite is known and respected worldwide for providing life-changing group workshops that are founded on innovative clinical expertise, safe community, and exceptional healing hospitality. 

Guided by the top clinical minds in the field, our workshops extend the length and depth of healing work in ways not always afforded in other settings. Unlike traditional therapies, our experiential therapeutic framework is blended with other innovative modalities and grounded in the group experience.   

Removed from the distractions of everyday life, our world-class dining and hospitality provide you with the environment you need to fully embrace the process and engage wholeheartedly in the healing you deserve.  


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Caroline Bravo, LPC-MHSP
Brendan McCarthy
Ed Barron
Krispin Mayfield