Rhett Smith Podcast 29: Women and Anger, Our Breath in Grounding Us, and Brene Brown’s The Daring Way Training — with Psychotherapist and Yogi, Jessica Pass
I’m always super excited to bring guests on to my podcast and introduce you to new people and the amazing work they are doing. And Jessica Pass is one of those amazing people that I have been wanting to bring on for a while.
I first met Jessica in August of 2005 when we both entered into Fuller Theological Seminary’s MFT program in the same cohort. We spent the next couple of years sharing classes, studying, and learning from each other. Since then we have gone on to become really good friends and colleagues, and she is one of the people that I almost inevitably call up when I have questions about my practice or therapy.
Jessica has a private practice in Houston, Texas where she specializes in several things, but is really passionate about her work with women and teen girls. She also has trained in Brene Brown’s the Daring Way, as well as recently being trained as a yoga instructor to help her in her work of yoga therapy.
In this episode we explore:
- the topic of women and anger
- the importance of breathing and breathwork
- her recent training as a yoga instructor
- yoga therapy
- how yoga is received/perceived in some Christian communities
- the work of Brene Brown and her Daring Way
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