How To Thrive After A Breakup
September 16, 2020
Hosted by Janie Lacy
Cardi B’s divorce is the current headliner in entertainment news...whether you are a celebrity or Joe around the block. Break ups are painful, and many couples are taking this path after quarantine and discovering it is time to move on... ...but moving on from a relationship you weren’t ready to release takes time and a mind shift. We bond in relationships so the separation “come down” can feel akin to coming down from drugs. This, while painful, is on the spectrum of normal when it comes to ... breaking up. Your feelings of despair and hopelessness are in fact temporary, and they are a normal part of grieving over a relationship. In fact, only by grappling with the feeling that the relationship is over can you cleanse your deepest wounds from the past and present losses and build anew. Today our relationship expert, Mollie Eliasof, is going to help you thrive after a breakup.
Let’s Talk About It with Janie Lacy
Wednesday at 5 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Join America’s Favorite Psychotherapist as she talks about mental health, relationships and hot topics. Janie takes you on a journey as she unpacks and explores connection, meaning, and choices to our inner world so we can break free from toxic patterns and limiting beliefs to create our best self.
Janie Lacy is one of America’s favorite multiple award-winning Psychotherapist. She is also a respected television commentator and founder of Life Counseling Solutions. She has been enriching lives through her psychotherapy work and is a recognized relationship trauma expert.
In both clinical settings and in private practice, Janie has treated all forms of mental illness, substance abuse, grieving, job stress, emotional disturbances, sexual abuse and parenting issues. Janie's Woman Redeemed Program helps women break toxic relationship patterns, develop greater self-awareness through experimental techniques, create strategies to change painful and destructive behavior patterns, and learn healthy choices for long lasting positive change.
Janie earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and holds a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University. She is a faculty member with the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals where she trains professionals who are committed to specializing in the areas of addiction recovery and trauma.
Janie was one of the ONYX Magazine’s 2020 “Women on The Move” Honorees and one of Orlando Magazine's “2019 Women of the Year.” She was also awarded the “2018 Enterprise Business of the Year” award by the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida.