Can talking about depression save our lives?

October 22, 2014
Hosted by Linzi Levinson

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Talking about depression can save our lives. Walking in faith can save one from depression and even save your life. Often your life is at risk if you suffer from clinical depression. Graham Aitchison revisits us this week for part two of the series on the story behind “No Way Out But Through”. Graham details the devastating pain that he traveled through, the sabotage that he caused in his own life and how things changed when he found faith; he continued a journey that would allow him to find healing, and light through such darkness he had been living in. Depression is not something that ends; it is work that one must do to stay well. Graham wants to help others be brave and share what is their truth so they can find the faith and wellness that he was able to discover. The faith is what created the discovery that saved his life. Graham Aitchison is 30-years old, and with a long prosperous life ahead, he hopes to evangelize this message to make our world a safer place.

Illuminating Now! Linzi’s Life Secrets.

Illuminating Now! Linzi’s Life Secrets.

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I am a visionary. I am a thought-leader whose ideas have yet to be heard, but someone who can help others change their life overnight. Many of my ideas and visions can be put into practical application immediately, and in some cases this results in individual lives and relationships being saved and inspired to reach potential. Relationships, wellness, parenting, divorce, depression, intimacy, sexuality, authenticity and mental health as a whole are all subjects that I can offer enlightenment on. I can provide seamless and invigorating solutions, as well as customizable strategies.

The brain is stimulating and has all the power to make us better or keep us well. Neuroscience is continuing to reveal the direct correlation between the mind, the body and the brain and the effects on the immune system when we are not living with congruency. I am a strong advocate to teach and evangelize the subliminal power, and the power of taking actions and making choices in total consciousness.

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Linzi Levinson

Linzi Levinson

I am certified through Pepperdine Law as a Conflict Resolutionist and Mediator, through American Psychotherapy Association as a Relationship Specialist, and certified as an MFTI through the Behavioral Board of Sciences having done 5000 hours in building a private practice clientele in psychotherapy. I decided to focus on coaching, rather than therapy. I am certified through the National Institute of Health to protect participants in psychological research studies. I am a Certified Franchise Broker, Business Coach, and Consultant. I am also a Life Coach and have been for over 7 years. I am Certified as an Independent Legal Advocate and also Certified through the Business division Gobiz.com to provide legaI information and solutions to small businesses. I received my Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a Specialization in Transpersonal from John F. Kennedy University. I have completed half of a PhD program, and have completed 2 Residencies. I am Certified as Ordained Clergy with the Universal Life Church, and am a Sexuality and Intimacy Educator. I have traveled North America as a motivational speaker to motivate individuals that worked in Sales, and I have run psychologically-based groups, such as an Intimacy Group that I fostered for a year. I also have spoken on Enneagram Panels for years. My thesis was Spiritual Awakening into Sexual Orientation, and I have expertise in the LGBTQ community, and with Depression, Bipolar, Tourette’s and all relational dynamics.

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