Who You Callin’ Crazy?!

Who You Callin’ Crazy?!

Welcome to our unique mental health podcast! Licensed therapist, Juliet Kuehnle, uses humor and real talk to dive into the stories of interesting people you (want to) know. Of course there will be therapy tips (because, let's be serious, we all need them!), but mostly these conversations are a glimpse into the vulnerability of the people you might think "have it all together." We want to elevate and normalize the dialogue around mental health and erase the stigma so we can all own our humanness and maybe even proudly claim, "Yep, I go to therapy!" Subscribe and press play today!


September 19, 2022 41 min

TW/CW: abuse, addiction

The culture of the food and beverage industry has long been infamous for being an environment that perpetuates mental health struggles and substance use. But to Steve Palmer, this is also the same industry that saved him from his addictions.

Palmer is the founder of The Indigo Road Hospitality Group, a hospitality and consulting company that owns and operates more than 20 restaurants and 4 hotels across the so...

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From a young age, Kenzie Harkey could pick up on the chaos that a dysfunctional space caused in her physical and mental state. Fast forward to 2017, after spending the previous decade in the health + wellness field, Kenzie knew she was ready for something different but with the same intention: to make a positive impact. And that's how Simply Dare was born!

Simply Dare is a home organization and relocation company that helps ...

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August 22, 2022 35 min

CW/TW: child abuse, sexual abuse

In this episode, I speak to Sam Hart, chef and owner of Counter- as well as a new restaurant opening this Fall, called Biblio. Sam's culinary journey and innovative restaurant concepts are informed by his mental health journey and, while aligned with his principles, run things counter to what you might expect.

Counter- is a fine dining, story-driven, progressive tasting menu in West Charlotte, whe...

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CW/TW: suicide, substance use

In today's episode, I speak to Chryssie Whitehead, an actress, singer, educator, passionate mentor, and dancer on Broadway, film, and television. Chryssie talks about her recent coming to terms with her diagnosis of Bipolar II Disorder and the process of deciding to write a show about it! About her show,  In My Own Little Corner,  Chryssie says: "I wrote a show about my journey with bipolar diso...

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In this episode, I speak to Tiffany Donovan Marino, the owner of Confetti Castle and the queen of many ideas. Her company, based in Charlotte, NC, specializes in creating fun and unique balloon designs for parties and events. Tiffany is a make-it-happen kind of person and opens up to us about having to be this way while growing up and learning she could only count on herself. Her emphasis on trusting oneself, not getting caught up ...

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We don't talk enough about invisible illnesses and disabilities...those that you can't see simply by looking at a person. This is truly the point of my podcast -- to highlight people's stories and struggles rather than making judgments and assuming we know everything about someone. 

In this episode, I speak to my friend Brendan Sage, father of two, who opens up about his journey with epilepsy. Brendan, who's now seiz...

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Mary Beth Somich is a  licensed therapist in private practice. She owns a group practice in North Carolina called Your Journey Through, where she primarily works with teens and young adults around issues of family dynamics. Mary Beth also mentors other therapists looking to grow their mental health platforms on Instagram as a modern way to become more accessible and reach more people. She is also the co-host of the “My Therapist Th...

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CW/TW: abuse, kidnapping, suicidal ideation, substance use, postpartum mood disorders

Good moms have bad days, too! These bad days can be exacerbated by childhood and adulthood traumas.

In this episode, I speak to Eren Simpson, friend of mine since 2nd grade (!), a freelance writer, author, grant writer, and artist/illustrator. Eren is a mom of two. Having fought through postpartum mood disorders and not finding the resources she wan...

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Our worth has nothing to do with our body weight, size, or shape. And yet, we humans are constantly renegotiating our relationships with food, exercise, and our bodies as many of us fall into the trap of shaming, blaming, or hating our bodies. This episode explores what we mean by our "relationship" with these things!

Ashley Moser joins me in this rich discussion. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certifi...

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It happens in a lot of therapy sessions: You're talking about your thoughts and feelings while the therapist listening to you scribbles down their own, private notes that you're not invited to see. Do you ever wonder what it is we're writing down?!

In this episode, I answer questions you all have submitted, including what we're writing, how we remember details about all of our client's stories, & what we do b...

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CW: suicide, physical abuse, emotional abuse 

Jenna Banks is an author, an entrepreneur,  a speaker, a podcaster, and a self-love advocate. She is on a mission to help women embrace loving themselves more to find real happiness and attain their fullest potential without giving away their power  

In a nutshell, we chat about:

  • Jenna's history of abuse 
  • What self-love means 
  • What makes it hard for people to love themselves
  • How to start ...
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    In today's episode, I talk with Colleen Odegaard for a follow-up episode.  Colleen was on TV for years and is currently a life coach and the host of the Wake Up To Your Life podcast. As you know from our first conversation, Colleen is very open about anxiety, Tourettes syndrome, and body image concerns. Colleen approaches our conversation in this follow-up episode in a very vulnerable and honest way to discuss her divorce from ...

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    CW/TW: mass shooting

    In this episode, I talk to Sam Abbott, a registered dietitian who specializes in working with clients who struggle with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Sam is passionate about helping individuals take a non-diet approach to nutrition and improving their symptoms without hating their bodies. 

    Sam shares about her own mental health journey and traumas she has endured, including losing her father at a young age, d...

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    In this episode, I speak to Chayil Johnson, a Chef de Cuisine and an educator at Community Matters Cafe in uptown Charlotte, NC.  Born and raised in New Orleans, Chayil, one of 6 siblings, was great at baseball and music. But, as an over-thinker and perfectionist, he frequently suffered from anxiety.  He began cooking at age 12, thanks to a program by Emeril Lagasse, and finally found solace.

    In a nutshell, we chat about…

  • The biggest...
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    Embodied writing seeks to reveal raw and tender connections from the most powerful places where writing comes from. It is a form of beautiful, heartfelt, and open-ended writing.

    In this episode, I speak to Shana Hartman, an embodied writing coach and former English professor.  She enjoys spotting unique messages shared by business owners and leaders and helping them express themselves through words. Shana is glad to have found writi...

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    CW: domestic violence, sexual abuse, physical abuse,  emotional abuse, spiritual abuse, suicidality, postpartum depression

    Mariah Oller is a Cell Biologist turned Oracle that commonly answers questions regarding people’s life, love, and business ventures. She is the founder of Harvest and Moon and recently published her first Tarot Deck, The Tarot of Life

    Mariah joins me in deep vulnerability by soulfully sharing her story. We div...

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    “Dating yourself” is an act of self-love and it’s beyond self-care. It's getting reacquainted with yourself in order to deeply connect not just with yourself, but also to be able to forge connections with others. 

    In this episode, I speak to Aliya Saulson, a therapist at Southeast Psych. 

    Aliya shares her raw and tender story of heartbreak, her role in the relationship, what avoidance teaches us, and how she showed up for herself...

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    Shame, regret, pressure, breakTHROUGHS, forgiveness, rising. This episode is such a good one!!! I speak to Nesha Pai of Charlotte, NC. Sitting in front of a male boss who refused to give her a raise because she had a gap in her resume from being a stay-at-home mom for six years, she decided to take a leap of faith (and her largest client) and strike out on her own.

    She started Pai CPA, an accounting firm serving small and medium-siz...

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    January 24, 2022 31 min

    Finding our inner truths and letting go of other people's expectations is really hard to do. TV host, Mia Atkins, joins us again on the show and shares about major changes that have happened in her life since our first conversation several months ago.

    Having struggled with pretty severe anxiety and depression, Mia says it took her a while to truly pinpoint why.  Now that she’s gone through such a massive change in who she is, ho...

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    January 18, 2022 14 min

    Welcome to season 2 of the show! We're excited to be back! This season will consist of one-off therapist banter episodes + continued conversations with people you (want to) know.

    How do you feel and what do you think when other people cry? What about with your own tears? In this episode, I help us explore what we've learned about tears and what the "point" of crying even is.

    I also discuss reasons a therapist migh...

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