The OUTcast w/ Dee Daniels


   

This is the OUTcast – a podcast giving a voice to anyone who has felt like an outsider, or an outcast. This show will highlight topics of social injustice, and will promote healing conversation. (Updating every other Wednesday)

Podcasts

Episode 305 – Body Image and Eating Disorders Part 2

Dr. Matt Zimmerman joins the Outcast from Charlottesville to talk about body image issues and eating disorders in this 2-part episode. He also talks about his latest book, “Choosing a Psychotherapist: A Guide to Navigating the Mental

Episode 304 – Body Image and Eating Disorders Part 1

Dr. Matt Zimmerman joins the Outcast from Charlottesville to talk about body image issues and eating disorders in this 2-part episode. He also talks about his latest book, “Choosing a Psychotherapist: A Guide to Navigating the Mental

Episode 303 – The Race Divide in Virginia

Chairperson for Virginia Organizing, Del McWhorter joins me to chat about the racial conflict and recent headlines surrounding the race divide in Virginia. Del has volunteered with the organization for over twenty years. She has worked on

Episode 302 – The Gender Journey Part 2

And the journey continues. Listen in on part 2 of the episodes on the The Gender Journey. I’m joined by therapist and speaker Timothy Q. Elliot who practices in Northern Virginia and D.C.

Episode 301 – The Gender Journey

Kicking off Season 3 of the “The OUTcast” with a two-part episode on the The Gender Journey. I’m joined by therapist and speaker Timothy Q. Elliot who practices in Northern Virginia and D.C.

Episode 207 – Don’t Drag Me Down

Excited for a big jump in events within the LGBTQ+ community in the Fredericksburg, VA region AND excited for a great big Drag Show on New Year’s Eve. On this episode, meet the host of the show,

Episode 206 – Getting Past Childhood Bullying

Author Stacey J. Miller highlights her powerful book “Getting Past Childhood Bullying” in this episode. Stacey details childhood trauma she faced for years in school, in front of teachers and school staff who did NOT put a

Episode 205 – TAP Virginia – a Voice in the TRANS Community

My guest on this episode is Jay Corprew, board member at TAP VA. TAP Virginia is a strong voice in our region for the TRANS Community – socially, politically, and personally – as they focus on helping

Episode 204 – Equality VA – Community, Diversity, and the VA TIES Event

Vee Lamneck, the Deputy Director of Equality Virginia, chats with me about getting involved during an intense political climate. Vee also highlights ways that transgender families can get access to more community outreach and support, and the

Episode 203 – Jennifer Knapp Out of the Spiritual Closet and Everything In Between Part 2

Singer, songwriter and author Jennifer Knapp is on the podcast for two parts! Jennifer is a folk rock, and formerly contemporary Christian musician – who came out publicly to a firestorm of “Christian” judgement and now inspires

Episode 202 – Jennifer Knapp Out of the Spiritual Closet and Everything In Between Part 1

Singer, songwriter and author Jennifer Knapp is on the podcast for two parts! Jennifer is a folk rock, and formerly contemporary Christian musician – who came out publicly to a firestorm of “Christian” judgement and now inspires

Episode 201 – Soul Searching with Charlottesville

Season 2 begins! My guest is the Mayor of Charlottesville, Nikuyah Walker. I had the chance to chat with Mayor Walker just days before the one year of anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right Rally. We

Episode 111 – Mental Health – a Call for Change Getting Louder Part 2

My friend Alison Sullivan joins me for a fantastic 2 part topic on Mental Health – a call for change getting louder. Alison is a leader in integrative mental health in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She’s a Psychotherapist who

Episode 110 – Mental Health – a Call for Change Getting Louder Part 1

My friend Alison Sullivan joins me for a fantastic 2 part topic on Mental Health – a call for change getting louder. Alison is a leader in integrative mental health in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She’s a Psychotherapist who

Episode 109 – Supporting the Transgender People in Your Life

Rebecca Kling is the Education Program Director for the National Center for Transgender Equality. While, great progress has been made in some areas, transgender communities are constantly fighting for equal rights.  We sit down to talk about

Episode 108 Sexual Harassment Part 2 – ME TOO

Second part of Sexual Harassment – this episode focuses on the #MeToo Movement, and my guest is my colleague and my friend Laura LaBelle. Laura is the host of the Impossible Job podcast, and we sit down

Episode 107 – Sexual Harassment Part 1 – Kids

This episode is the first of a two-part series on Sexual Harassment. Founder of Girl Smarts, Dianna Flett joins me to discuss recent studies showing shocking statistics – most anti-bullying programs in schools do not address sexual

Episode 106 – Ordinary People, Extraordinary Grief

Author and speaker, Richard Ballo is my guest on this episode. His book Bullets and Babies is out that showcases a true story about a woman who awakes to find herself paralyzed, and dealing with her kids

Episode 105 – Acceptance and Inclusion Part 2 w/Deuntay Diggs

A two-part conversation with Deuntay Diggs, Deputy – Author – Motivational Speaker – and all around fantastic guy! I sat down for two episodes with Deuntay to discuss acceptance, inclusion, tolerance, and how the scars from our

Episode 104 – Acceptance and Inclusion Part 1 w/Deuntay Diggs

A two-part conversation with Deuntay Diggs, Deputy – Author – Motivational Speaker – and all around fantastic guy! I sat down for two episodes with Deuntay to discuss acceptance, inclusion, tolerance, and how the scars from our