77. How Empaths can Heal from Being the Black Sheep with kathi hennessy
By Raven Scott
August 18, 2022
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77. How Empaths can Heal from Being the Black Sheep with kathi hennessy
Raven Scott

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People have to pretend you're a bad person. So they don't feel guilty about the things they did to you being the black sheep is hard.

And our guest today, Kathy Hennessy knows that first hand, , a licensed clinical social worker.

She has a background in research and has been a psychotherapist for 14 years. She is licensed in five states and has a private practice in Massachusetts. Kathy works with adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, ADHD, school, and career stress. and life transitions.

She really enjoys working with individuals and couples who have relationship issues. And she's diving deeper into this concept about being the black sheep, which was something that was illuminated in her own personal life recently, has come to find that she needed to write a book and do research on this concept of being the black sheep and personally.

Was constantly posting empowerment, messages and quotes to help us embrace who we are as unique individuals versus feeling guilt and shame about being the black sheep. And I found her on Instagram and, uh, we connected. I said, I would love to have you on the podcast to share your story, your experience and your expertise.

So I'm so excited to share her with you and.

this is such a really great post that you need to go find her on Instagram at being underscore the underscore black underscore sheep and her logo on her account is a black sheep. And she posted this really cool post that you just have to go see, but I'll try and describe it to you. It's an elephant and its ears are butterfly wings, and the quote says dare to be different.