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Crystle Lampitt, LMSW, is a former TV journalist and model. To her private practice, CL Wellness LLC, Crystal brings a unique perspective: from her background of being in a highly visible career, living a multi-ethnic identity, and facing significant life transitions.
Crystle talks about her experience with hustle culture and experiencing toxic stress. “The message we get is that if you’re not hustling, then you’re doing something wrong or you’re not going to be successful.” Crystle’s growing awareness of these objectifying social realities, and her own health challenges with an autoimmune disease, led her to learn more about the body-mind effects of trauma and pursue a graduate degree in social work.
Crystle shares her journey of learning NARM, the NARM Therapist Training, and how she integrates NARM principles into her work with others and herself. “I’ve given myself more permission to be a human by utilizing NARM and using its concepts. I think by doing that I’m also helping to reinforce the agency that my clients have.”
About Crystle Lampitt:
Crystle Lampitt is a former TV journalist turned licensed therapist and speaker. After years of struggling with mysterious health issues, chaotic relationships, and job burnout, she decided to look inward, dig deep, and change everything about her life. She now has a therapy practice in Kansas City and enjoys supporting others on their journeys to heal trauma and lead more meaningful lives. As an Indonesian-American, she is particularly interested in supporting the BIPOC community during a time of great collective trauma and pain.
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