This is part one of a two-part episode featuring my guest, Holli Kenley, a licensed therapist, author, and well-known expert on the subject of betrayal. While few caregivers want to discuss this topic, many of us suffer invisible wounds from past experiences. Holli and I dive into how betrayal costs us more than trust. It can contribute to our loss of self.
Holli covers the depths of our caregiver experience on this front: what lurks beneath the surface and how to heal and find strength again. Join us, to learn more about how this can happen to almost anyone, how to recover, and then find greater strength in your caregiving journey.
Guest:Holli Kenley, MA LMFT is the author of"DaughtersBetrayed By Their Mothers: Moving From Brokenness To Wholeness, Breaking, Through Betrayal, and Recovering Peace Within, and eight other recovery/wellness books and one novel. Holli works in the field of psychology as an experienced author, therapist, and workshop presenter. She has a BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara and has a Masters in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family & Child Counseling from Chapman University. She is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a California State Licensed Teacher.
Kenley was born in Ely, Nevada but spent most of her life in California -raised in the Central Valley and then lived her adult life in Southern California. She and her husband currently live in the Palm Springs area of Southern California enjoying the year-round sunshine.
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