Join me and my guest, psychologist and thought-leader, Carmella Whitehead as we talk about relationships and how to have healthy boundaries.
Carmella Whitehead, LMFT helps individuals and couples connect on a deep, spiritual, meaningful manner. She is best known for utilizing the concept of using one’s triggers to grow oneself, thus resulting in a deeper connection with another. Devoted to sharing this perspective with others, her intention is to help individuals reconnect with the truth of who they are, thus having lasting connections with their lives and the loved ones in them. She received her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She is trained in systemic and cognitive-behavioral approaches as well as extensive post-graduate training in Mindfulness Therapy, Eastern philosophies, and spirituality. She has been practicing therapy for over a decade, and her approach is a holistic one, where all aspects of the individual’s emotional health are equally considered.
She is a thought leader, writer, speaker, and psychologist. Her unconventional and innovative perspectives on self-growth and relational connection have earned invitations to speak and write about her approach with many media outlets including: SRN.net, FOX News, CBS Radio, the North Carolina American Association of Marriage and Family Therapist, Pfeiffer University, the Evolve Summit with Dr. Shefali Tsabary, Charlotte Lab School, and StayHappilyMarried.com.