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Kate DeCiccio, LPCA & Chrissy Silva, LMFT

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Join Chrissy Silva, LMFT and Kate DeCiccio, LPCA weekly as we engage in healing conversations from a therapy and faith perspective. We are all about the pursuit of healing in our whole selves. The human experience includes the very important elements of spirit, soul, body, and relationships which we consider through every topic. Enjoy as we close every episode with time to restore through reflective meditation. We want this to be a place where the listener leaves feeling refreshed, inspired, ...
 
The 6% with NancyMD is dedicated to women thriving in traditionally male-dominated fields. As a female orthopaedic surgeon, I belong to the 6% that are women in this field - and thus the inspiration for the title. The birth of The 6% came about when I was at an airport and saw a female commercial airline captain. Though I didn't know her, I wanted to talk to her and ask her all about her life and path - and I wanted to hug her, knowing she likely experienced many of the same challenges that ...
 
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Episode Overview: “My grandpa taught me that it doesn't matter what you do except being really really good at it.” When facing a crossroad and you’re unsure of your direction, listening to this particular episode might be for you. Today with me I have Melaney and Malia, two young women that took a leap of faith and built their own wine label, Landm…
 
Episode Overview: The best way to solve an issue in society, is to finally admit that there is in fact an issue in society. We as women try in our ways to break down the barriers to entry, to be allowed to hold typically male-dominated roles, but for our guest today-- she’s taken this as a life mission through her work. Dr. Amy Diehl is a professio…
 
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In this episode, I’m joined by Major Michelle Curran. Michelle has been in the air force for more than 10 years and is the Lead Solo Pilot in the US Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron. During Michelle’s training and career as an Airforce Pilot, she rarely had other females around her and was often the only female in her classes. I was so thrilled…
 
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Numerous notable women have made their mark in the world but there are only a handful in traditional history education who get the recognition that they deserve. In this episode, I’m joined by Elliana Welby, an 8th grader and a futsal player. Despite her youth, she's making giant steps towards gender equality. She realized that her history classes …
 
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If you need to see a urologist, the odds are good that your doctor will be male. Of all the medical specialties, urology is one of the lowest as far as female representation. In this episode, you’ll meet one of the few female urologists making a positive difference in how women are perceived in the field of urology. We are joined by Urologist and S…
 
Women were long steered away from STEM fields, including engineering, as it was thought that women did not possess the analytical skills to excel. Girls and women are systematically tracked away from science and math throughout their educations, limiting their training and options to go into these fields as adults. The gender gaps are particularly …
 
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