Difficult Conversations And Elevating Your Emotions With Vincent Ellis White

Difficult Conversations And Elevating Your Emotions With Vincent Ellis White

2 Likes 275 Views
March 20, 2024 by *Emotional Elevator with Sandee Byrd

Emotional Elevator with Sandee Byrd 

In this Episode of Emotional Elevator with Sandee Byrd, I will be talking to Vincent Ellis White about how he elevates his emotions when having difficult conversations. Vincent is a social worker, father and entrepreneur. Vincent has been having difficult conversations in the community since 2021. Vincent provides a safe space, open dialogue and community engagement when having conversations that challenge ways of thinking, feeling and believing. Vincent has been a voice for absentee fathers, broken homes and family fragmentation. Vincent wrote a book about discovering who his real father was and the father he thought was his biological dad.

Vincent and I will talk about his struggles as a father, a man, an influencer in the community when having difficult conversations. Vincent and I will talk about the emotional elevator he was on learning that the man he called dad was not his dad and how he found out who his real father was. Vincent will talk about how he wrote a book, which became a stage play and how that helped him cope with these emotions. Vincent and I will also talk about the struggles he faced fighting for custody of his own son and what techniques he used to elevate his emotions during this process.

This episode will be a powerful one for men who struggle with finding the ways to cope with their emotions and what techniques men can use to elevate their emotions while being challenged in fatherhood and having difficult conversations.

Trusted voice, fatherhood champion, long-standing community leader, former social worker, and child welfare/foster care advocate, Vincent Ellis White, M.Ed, Q.I.D.P has cemented his footprints in the Richmond area for a long time now. Prior to creating this Difficult Conversations series, the illustrious Vincent authored the best-selling memoir “Finding Chris, My Father”, helped create a traveling stage play to follow, has been listed as one of Richmond Virginia’s Style-Weekly Top 40 under 40 recipients, listed as Richmond’s “Hometown Hero” by the prestigious law firm Allen, Allen, and Allen, featured on CBS 6, listed in the Richmond Times Dispatch in 2015 and 2022 for his life story and impactful work in foster care, listed as one of the Chesterfield Education Foundation and Chesterfield County Public School’s BRAVO award recipients, a recipient of the Virginia Favorite Father’s award given by the Virginia Family & Fatherhood Initiative, and has curated and facilitated countless impactful events around the city. Vincent’s heartfelt life story and journey has been featured on ABC in New York, CBS, NBC, and lectured upon at various universities across the United States. He currently sits on the board of the nonprofit, Work of Art RVA, is a celebrated fatherhood advocate, has full-custody of and is raising his teenage son Jordan Ellis White, and works professionally as a contract specialist for the federal government with the CDC; as well as is a mentor and in-home counselor with Community-Based services at St. Joseph’s Villa.

Light From The Shadows: Enriching The Lives Of Others
Inspired Choices Network Hosts
Author Sandee Byrd

~ More About Emotional Elevator with Sandee Byrd ~ 

Sandee Byrd is a trauma/addiction life and spiritual coach that teaches both women and men to dive deep into their emotions that keep them trapped in addictive behaviors and psychological trauma.  Her techniques are breathwork and hypnosis to get to the deep-rooted feelings, thoughts, and beliefs.  Sandee is also a leader in her community of laughter yoga. Sandee believes that once you elevate your emotions it is time to bring childlike behaviors back into your life.  Sandee uses her life as an example for those around her.  She inspires people that healing can be achieved at any age.  She shows everyone through her own healing of psychological trauma and emotional addictions that joy, confidence, and freedom can be obtained.  Sandee was stuck on the emotional elevator for 40+ years of her life and decided to elevate her emotions to the penthouse suite.

Sandee’s clients are taught to elevate their emotions through many different techniques.  Sandee designs each program around the individual and what makes the client open to emotionally being available.  Some of her techniques involve walking therapy, cooking therapy, and sporting therapy.  Sandee’s approach to coaching is one size doesn’t fit all.  Sandee believes we are all individuals with individual responses to trauma.  Sandee believes our elevators are all on different floors, but we can all meet on the ground floor and work together to get to the penthouse.


To get more of Emotional Elevator – Sandee Byrd, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/emotional-elevator-with-sandee-byrd/

Inspired Choices Network