(Ep. 24) Trusting the Process with Juliet Kuehnle

November 1, 2016

Juliet Lam Kuehnle is a mental health therapist with her own private practice in Charlotte, NC. Her areas of expertise include eating disorders, body image, self-esteem, grief and loss, identity issues, and life transitions. Juliet contributes to the pop culture and psychology blog Shrink Tank, is co-authoring a parenting book, and appears monthly on the Charlotte Today Show.

Listen to the episode as Juliet also discusses:

  • The focus of her practice
  • Her life as a working mother and how she manages it
  • How she utilizes a strength based approach in therapy
  • Why she feels like presenting a strengths-based approach as a parent helps her
  • Ways Juliet helps clients craft a new story for themselves based on strengths
  • The role art therapy plays in her work with children
  • How life can be improved by re-framing self talk
  • What stops people from making changes that can improve their lives
  • Ways that her own experience on the other side of the couch as a child, enabled her to choose her career path
  • How she manages to leave her client’s issues at work or process them at the end of the day, so they don’t impact her personal life
  • Learn about the nightly decompression ritual that helps clear her mind
  • Juliet’s lessons in going from employee to entrepreneur
  • Why the unknown no longer scares her
  • The importance of really listening to yourself
  • How she learned to empathize with what her clients were experiencing


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Favorite Quote:
“I am a human being; therefore, nothing that is human can be alien to me.”  - Terence

Connect with Juliet:
Google "Charlotte Today" and see Juliet’s TV appearances!