Trauma, mental health and it’s connection to relationships is an aspect of culture that often goes unaddressed. So often trauma, betrayal and rejection make their way into our lives and show up later in ways we would never expect. In this conversation with Kobe Campbell, licensed trauma therapist, we dive into how relational trauma can only be healed in relationship. We discuss the unique and beautiful ways that the table, and being a host, comes with the invitation to heal or harm. Talking specifically about how to navigate this topic in our own lives and amongst our guests, this conversation is powerful and eye opening.
Join us as we learn how trauma in our own lives can be effecting our own relationships and how we can journey with those at our table struggle with their own mental health battles.
About Kobe Campbell
Kobe Campbell is an award-winning licensed trauma therapist, Christian counselor, and speaker. Kobe received her B.A in Psychology from UNCW and an M.A in Christian Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. With a kind, compassionate, and energetic spirit, she helps people find the truest versions of themselves under the pain that they’ve endured through therapy, speaking and spiritual formation.
Kobe is the owner of The Healing Circle Therapy and Wellness Center in Charlotte North Carolina and hosts The Healing Circle Podcast with her husband Kyle. Kobe is passionate about helping people heal from the trauma as they discover how God is a part of the healing process. Kobe is also a mother, wife, and creative. She looks forward to sharing her expertise with anyone who is willing to learn and grow.
I was living in Thailand, longed for community, starting opening my door and filling my table. Now I’m living ‘charcuterie’ as a way of life and teaching what I learned about living intentionally everyday.