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Positive on Publishing

Oct 7, 2020

In this episode, you’ll learn how contributing to an anthology, coordinating an anthology, writing children’s workbooks, Brainspotting, Imago Therapy, and more, all come together to create a story of helping others in the community.

Our guest is Brooke Randolph, founder, and director of Counseling at The Green House and a bestselling author of several books. She is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist and a certified Brainspotting therapist & Consultant.

The four “fun nuggets” from this interview are:

#1: Understand that there might be a difference in how others view your primary legacy and how you view your own (and that’s okay!).

#2: Recognize that organizing an anthology can be potentially more work than writing one’s own book! (Anthology I just contributed to and discussed during this interview:

#3: Collect stories over time to create your own “story bank” (a creative gold mine!).

#4: Get to know your “faces of resistance” (to having a bigger voice and reaching more people on a larger platform) so that you can move beyond these obstacles.

About Brooke Randolph

Brooke Randolph, LMHC, is founder and director of Counseling at The Green House. She is the author of The Bully Book: A Workbook for Kids Coping with Bullies (2016), The Loss Book: A Workbook for Kids Coping with Loss (2017), The Choices Book: A Workbook for Kids (2019), a contributing author to Adoption Therapy: Perspectives from Clients and Clinicians on Processing and Healing Post-Adoption Issues (2014), and the organizing editor of It's Not About You: Understanding Adoptee Search, Reunion, & Open Adoption (2017). She has also authored adoption education materials.

Brooke's specialties are Adoption, Brainspotting, and relationships. She is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist, a certified Brainspotting therapist & Consultant, Coordinator for Brainspotting Indy, and a member of the US Brainspotting Association Leadership Team. She was a founding member of MLJ Adoptions, Inc., where she served as the VP of Social Services for seven years. She was a Young Professionals Advisory Board member for The Villages, Indiana’s largest not-for-profit child and family services agency, and she was the mental health expert contributor at, a national diet and fitness column.

Brooke has presented at numerous conferences and workshops throughout North America on a variety of topics. Brooke is primarily motivated to encourage, equip, and empower individuals and couples toward more whole-hearted living and conscious relationships.


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