From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy®

| with Dr. Amelia Kemp | Fridays at 10 a.m. (CT)
From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy®

Program Overview

Welcome to Dr. Amelia Kemp’s virtual couch! From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy® is a spin-off of the groundbreaking book with the same name, offering people new hope and meaning for their mental and emotional issues or diagnoses. She speaks from a holistic, universal, spiritual, and metaphysical perspective, and declares “you’re not sick—you’re sacred!”

The show gives leading-edge information about ways to realign with one’s innate well-being. Dr. Amelia breaks down each matter along with expert guests. Each episode will uplift listeners and make them feel like they’re on the couch at Dr. Kemp’s therapy office. Whether a listener struggles with depression, anxiety, or any of the 170 mental and emotional issues Dr. Amelia reframes in her book, he or she will feel welcomed and relieved as they tune in to From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy.

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  • Original air date: Friday, September 30, 2016
    Episode Description:
    This episode discusses the question "Are you free—what it means to be free?" with Kim Karrington Cartwright, author of The Taste of Freedom. The book has been described as a solid portfolio of spellbinding photography and life-changing writings that are as soulful as they are worldly. Her work hints of award-winning genius, capable of capturing life and living through the lens of a woman having survived much trauma and tragedy with an indomitable spirit. Her book shares the depth of her heart as she aims to help others achieve their freedom and value.
  • Original air date: Friday, September 16, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Please join us for this episode that focuses on "Coming out of the Shadows—The Key to Forgiving" with Dr. Iván Figueroa, author of The Forgiveness Key: Decoding the Light in Our Shadows. So many people are living in the shadows of their minds. They are angry, resentful, and filled with anguish when they could be living a much more satisfying existence. They need the keys to forgiving and ways to to self-soothe. If this is you or someone you know, don't miss this episode. Dr. Figueroa is a  former surgeon and was also trained in traditional Chinese medicine. He became certified in medical acupuncture nationwide. He was recognized in 2011 by Natural Awakenings magazine as "Holistic Physician of the Year." He incorporates meditation techniques in preventive and therapeutic medicine. His previous book, Spirituality 101, was a best-seller on, Kindle, and national bookstores.
  • Original air date: Friday, September 02, 2016
    Episode Description:
    This episode features renowned Dr. C. Norman Shealy, a Harvard graduate, neurosurgeon, psychologist, author, founder of the American Holistic Medical Association, and president of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. Dr. Shealy converses with Dr. Kemp about holistic healing and the upcoming conference at the Edgar Cayce A.R.E. titled Heal and Be Healed where they both will be conducting separate workshops along with other wonderful presenters. Dr. Shealy is the keynote, and he is also known for his work with Dr. Caroline Myss where the two of them started the first doctoral program in energy medicine that led to the establishment of Holos University Graduate Seminary. He was president for its firstseven years and is now professor emeritus of energy medicine. He has authored 20 books including 90 Days to Self-Health, which sold 130,000 copies. His most recent work is titled Medical Renaissance: The Secret Code, which is a 90-minute DVD that demonstrates the success of a comprehensive, holistic approach to heal almost all illnesses.
  • Original air date: Friday, August 19, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Music is extremely close to the spirit because it is truly pure vibration. As vibrational beings, music has been said to be the one true universal language that has the ability to transport each of us to a higher place of well-being. Thus, as we continue uplifting the vibration and self-esteem of humanity by utilizing the arts, we will be joined in this discussion by world-renowned composer, arranger, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Premik Russell Tubbs. He who has worked with everyone from Carlos Santana, Whitney Houston, Herbie Hancock, Sting, and Lady Gaga. He has played alongside Elton John, Jennifer Hudson, and other talented artists. As a humanitarian, he has played for social projects and for the United Nations. He was named the 2016 Artist-in-Residence for the UR2.Global Self-Esteem ARTS Project and has commissioned his song "The Journey" for the Premik Artist Challenge for songwriters and spoken-word poets. 
  • Original air date: Friday, July 29, 2016
    Episode Description:
    This episode features an uplifting conversation with psychiatric nurse Joel Ayapana, author of The Book of Positive LightRemembrance of the Heart. Ayapana shares how spiritual interventions and alternative healing modalities like Sacretherapy are what lifted him from his own bouts with anxiety and depression. His book shows how he has been willing to be both a student and teacher as he journeyed to realign with the fullness of his being: mind, body, and spirit. 
  • Original air date: Friday, July 15, 2016
    Episode Description:
    This episode discusses how to heal painful emotions with psychotherapist Ilene Dillon, author of The ABC's of Emotion. The show will discuss how to transform anger and other toxic emotions utilizing alternative and holistic healing methods. Ilene is known as "The Emotional Pro" and is the creator/host of internet radio’s Full Power Living, dedicated to transforming our world through the power and mastery of human emotions.
  • Original air date: Friday, June 24, 2016
    Episode Description:
    This episode focuses on near-death experiences (NDE's), which are a very timely topic with the movies Miracles From Heaven (out now) and Heaven Is Real, which came out this past year. This discussion is about the insight extracted from hundreds of accounts about NDEs that author and psychologist Dr. Roy Hill shares in his new book, Psychology and the Near-Death Experience. Join us for this discussion about how NDEs can fortify the sacredness of our being and assist with good mental health. Near-death experiences appear to amplify a person's faith and belief that they are in fact more than their body temples, not alone, and unconditionally loved by the Creator.
  • Original air date: Friday, June 10, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Join us as we talk with Valerie Alexander, author of Happiness As a Second Language: A Guidebook to Achieving Lasting, Permanent Happiness. This discussion piggybacks on the theme of uplifting humankind to understand our right to be happy and love ourselves no matter what mistakes a person may have made or what one's circumstances are. 
  • Original air date: Friday, May 20, 2016
    Episode Description:
    As the primaries wind down next month, we want to lay this topic over what we extracted from our past two episodes about our value and worth and how your own voice matters. And so, in honor of it being National Meditation Month, we want to meditate and ponder who we are as cocreators in this world. We'll look through our mind's eye at the impact that your interaction with the other souls in the world has or doesn't have on your personal choices, free will, personal power, and confidence in your ability to expand and live the life you came forth to live as sacred beings. This is especially important in the midst of many Americans debating and often worried about selecting who the political candidates will or won't be for the next presidential term. To help us have this sacred discussion is Huffington Post columnist Sister Jenna, creator of the Meditate the Vote Campaign and founder of America's Meditation Museum and radio show.
  • Original air date: Friday, May 06, 2016
    Episode Description:
    As we continue with our series on uplifting the self-esteem of mankind, we are attempting to remind the world that each soul that has come forth is a divine, magnificent being within the song of life, and that your verse matters. To assist Dr. Kemp in driving home this crucial point is the world-renowned Juilliard-trained vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kristin Hoffmann. She has worked on numerous projects to protect the environment including the Bella Gaia project with NASA and the Emoto Peace Project concert in Tokyo. Her songs have been used in television shows such as Dawson's Creek and others. She is also a UR2.Global Community Board Liaison and music consultant to the project.
  • Original air date: Friday, April 22, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Self-esteem issues are rampant and appear in all walks of life even for those who haven't experienced major setbacks or trauma or an emotional diagnosis. This is partially because in a celebrity-crazed society such as ours, many people believe they need to be rich or famous to be of value. As a result, many people develop low self-esteem and walk around with underlying complexes and self-reproach.

    To transcend this issue, Dr. Kemp shares the unveiling of a hopeful solution through a new Sacretherapy project called Ur2.Global. The project aims to uplift the global self-esteem of humanity. In so doing, she will converse with acclaimed motivational speaker and attorney Georgia Goslee, Esq., about how she maintained her sense of self-esteem despite strong odds. Georgia had two children during her teen years and still became a highly successful attorney and television personality on CNN, Court TV, Hannity and Colmes, and numerous others. Her example is a testament that we are more than our circumstances and can transform any perceived negative into a positive matter.
  • Original air date: Friday, April 08, 2016
    Episode Description:
    In this episode we will be conversing with Yogi Humberto Castillero, author of Rebirth: Change Your Life Though Yoga Mind X, where he will share how you have a chance to hit the reset button and embark upon a new journey through a path of self-realization and spiritual evolution. Through the principles of Yoga Mind X, you will be able to: First, eliminate destructive thinking patterns by learning meditation and breathing techniques; improve physical well-being and quality of life by practicing yoga postures and energy healing; and finally, find purpose and meaning by developing self-awareness and higher consciousness.

  • Original air date: Friday, March 25, 2016
    Episode Description:
    As we celebrate Women's History Month, we honor the inner strength, power, and resiliency of women and how they have been able to reclaim their sense of well-being and inner peace under even the worst kinds of duress and/or trauma, such as FGM (female genital mutilation). Joining our discussion is Angela Peabody, president and founder of Global Woman P.E.A.C.E. Foundation. She is a former Liberian journalist, novelist, and an accomplished award-winning writer and speaker. She has spoken at Harvard University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, and many other institutions in the United States and abroad. 
  • Original air date: Friday, March 11, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Have you or anyone you know been diagnosed with the schizophrenias or other psychotic diagnoses? Have you or they believed the diagnosis was incorrect because you felt misunderstood for having a form of clairvoyance or other spiritual gift that was minimized by the medical model as being real? If so, you won't want to miss this discussion with Rev. Dr. Edwige Bingue, author of You're Not Crazy, You're Awakening, as she offers testimony and supports Dr. Kemp's motto that "you're not sick—you're sacred." They will attempt to clarify the energy basis at the root of the controversy between the spiritual paradigm and mental health professionals.
  • Original air date: Friday, February 26, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Tired of being called "too sensitive" or thinking that about yourself? Well, learn why you may be feeling that way and how it may be a gift. It's not something you ever needed to feel badly about. We'll also discuss holistic and soulful healing solutions for highly sensitive souls. These souls are now being classified  as "Indigos" and "Empaths" who feel they are different from their fellow soul travelers and are often misunderstood. To assist with this discussion is Yol Swan, spiritual counselor and author of The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing for Indigo Adults and Other Feminine Souls. 
  • Original air date: Friday, February 12, 2016
    Episode Description:
    In America, the month of February honors the sacred history and divine contributions of African-Americans. Therefore, this episode will salute those wonderful contributions and opportunities that all mankind can amass and demonstrate how we can transcend racial issues and race consciousness by tapping into a higher consciousness where all soul-filled beings understand the equality that abounds. As such, Dr. Kemp and her special guest Lyndia Grant—author of The Sharecropper's Daughter and radio host of Think On These Thingswill discuss how overcoming the perception of racism can be achieved by understanding and utilizing the law of attraction and laws of creation. Dr. Kemp will also explain how issues regarding racism are classified psychologically as a social ill that falls under the category of psychosocial stressors within mental health diagnoses, and how as a metaphysician and minister she aims to give it broader meaning that is healing, holistic, and transformative. 
  • Original air date: Friday, January 29, 2016
    Episode Description:
    Many people, like our wonderful and courageous veterans, often feel they cannot release the impact of traumatic experiences. This show will explore Sacretherapy's holistic and alternative way to do so, offering sufferers much-needed relief as three veterans from different branches share with Dr. Kemp their tender experiences and wisdom as it relates to PTSD, the impact war movies have on the reactivation of symptoms, the philosophical and spiritual issues surrounding war, and most important, how to heal it. 
  • Original air date: Friday, January 15, 2016
    Episode Description:
    How are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you beginning to question your resolve? Well, don't give up ... you can do it and we will show you how. This episode starts off the year by focusing thought on how to "Begin Anew With Our Higher Self—Achieve New Year's Resolutions and Release Destructive Patterns." Most people start the year with such hope and promise, and then two weeks into the year many begin to doubt their resolve and become anxious about their goals or ability to overcome a mental or emotional reaction that has manifested. Aleya Dao, author of Seven Cups of Consciousness: Change Your Life by Connecting to the Higher Realms, will join Dr. Kemp in offering tools, tips, and aligning processes to help you stay the course and live the glorious life you came forth to live!
  • Original air date: Friday, December 18, 2015
    Episode Description:
    As we celebrate the Christmas season and decorate our homes with sacred ornaments, Sacretherapy reminds us of the benefits of creating these "sacred spaces" all year. They elevate us to the higher frequencies that align us with our most sacred selves where we tap into the Christ Consciousness, inner peace, peace on earth, and goodwill for all mankind. Feng shui expert and interior designer Peggy Cross, author of  Peace in Our Hearts and Homes: A Feng Shui Journey to the Divine in Our Relationships,  will assist us with this as she shares the symbolism of what our homes and choice of decor say about us. She also offers suggestions on how to create sacred balance in our homes 365 days a year, organize our homes, and declutter to allow the chi (energy) to flow, which fortifies our mental and emotional well-being. 
  • Original air date: Friday, December 04, 2015
    Episode Description:
    Join us as we discuss tips on how to release holiday depression, ward off suicidal thoughts and seasonal affective reactions utilizing Sacretherapy, and other interventions like serving others during this season. Our special guest will be Robert Clancy, acclaimed author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Soul and the creator of the Robert Clancy: Guide to the Soul Facebook Fan Page, where he shares his divinely inspired thoughts, now followed by more than 250,000 people worldwide! 
  • Original air date: Friday, November 20, 2015
    Episode Description:
    Nervous about interacting with difficult family members and/or overspending during the holidays? If so, join us this week as Amazon best-selling author Jackie Lapin shares practical steps from her book The Art of Conscious Creation that shows us how to transcend difficult interactions with family and how to tap in to a prosperity consciousness during the holiday season.
  • Original air date: Friday, November 06, 2015
    Episode Description:
    Mahatma Gandhi's legacy is dear to most of our hearts and left humanity with such a wonderful call of action: "to be the change you want to see." These words are etched into the hearts of millions who aim to come into alignment with their most sacred selves in order to be who they came forth into the physical to be. This episode will show how being the change you want to see is an inner transformation for both personal and social change as Sacretherapy® echoes Gandhi's call—attempting to empower the meekest to the most affluent with tools on how to embrace this transformational change that will unleash our greatest sense of value and worth. In this special episode we have the honor of hearing from the grandson of Gandhi who will share lessons he learned from his grandfather as well as his own journey and contribution to the world as he continues to empower the disenfranchised.

    Dr. Arun Gandhi is a renowned leader of social change following in the footsteps of his grandfather Mahatma Gandhi. He is the CEO of the Gandhi Educational Institute where he and his wife Sunanda rescued and found homes for nearly 130 abandoned children and developed several economic programs that successfully changed the lives of thousands of impoverished people. He recently spoke at the United Nations and has participated in the Renaissance Weekend deliberations with President Clinton for the past five years, and is the author of several books including a book he edited titled World Without Violence: Can Gandhi’s Vision Become Reality? and his most recent book Grandfather Gandhi, published by Simon & Schuster.

  • Original air date: Friday, October 16, 2015
    Episode Description:
    As a proud member of the Oprah Winfrey Network Belief Team, please join me in welcoming my team leader, Rev. Carolyn Wilkins, comanager of the OWN Belief Team, for this amazing show about the upcoming series titled Belief, premiering October 18–24 on OWN. Belief is an exploration of the power of our diverse belief systems, faith practices, and cultural traditions to connect us to ourselves, sustain us through the most challenging times, and bind us closer together in community with one another. On this show we will also explore how we become what we believe and how we came to believe what we believe through conditioning and memes that we discuss in the Sacretherapy process.

    Rev. Carolyn Wilkins is a community manager with the Values Partnership team who is managing a global project around the documentary series Belief on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is founder and president of Peace Net: a voice for peace for women, and a staff minister and director of the Global Works Ministry with the Agape International Spiritual Center. She trains students in peer mediation, and teachers, parents, and community leaders in nonviolent principles and community circles. She leads interfaith and intercultural efforts to promote peace and nonviolence in the world.

  • Original air date: Friday, October 02, 2015
    Episode Description:
    The journey from psychotherapy to Sacretherapy® is about learning how to hear and trust your own inner knowing. And so, when we talk about the "therapist within," we are talking about the spirit and how to become more consciously aware of our connection to it and be empowered by it. A lot of people find meditation difficult because they say they have difficulty focusing or stopping the chatter in their brains. This show will assist you in how to tap in so you can hear that little, small voice beckoning you back into alignment with the fullness of your being as Sister Jenna shares her wisdom and expertise with regard to meditation and holistic healing with spirituality.

    Sister Jenna is the director of the Meditation Museum in Washington, D.C. She is an award-winning spiritual leader known for her meditation CDs: Off the Grid Into the Heart and Off to Work. She is an author, TV personality, columnist for The Huffington Post, and host of the America Meditating radio show.

Host Bio

Dr. Amelia  Kemp
Amelia Kemp, Ph.D., LMHC, is offering new hope, meaning, and relief to the world as a metaphysician and licensed psychotherapist who bridges universal spiritual and metaphysical principles with mental health. Dr. Amelia is the author of a groundbreaking new book, From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy—Alternative Holistic Descriptions and Healing Processes for 170 Mental and Emotional Diagnoses WorldwideShe has a master’s in mental health counseling and a nontraditional doctorate in metaphysical theology. Dr. Amelia is ordained as well. She has lectured on national platforms with best-selling authors including Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul series), Pam Grout (E-Squared), and Howard Martin (HeartMath). Dr. Amelia is also an inspirational speaker and Luminary with Luminary Voices Speaker Showcase.

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