Kelly Carlin, MA
Podcast/radio host, performer, workshop leader
Kelly Carlin is an author, performer, public speaker, radio host, and workshop leader known for exploring the power of family dynamics with her work on the stage and the page.
Whether she is leading women to untangle themselves from their daughterhood, performing her acclaimed solo show about her life and family, or interviewing today’s top comics on her SiriusXM show, The Kelly Carlin Show, Kelly pursues the big questions and reveals unmined perspectives that open minds and hearts.
With her master’s degree in Jungian counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Kelly teaches others how to witness, converse with, and reframe unconscious relationships with their inner mother and father.
Her honest and insightful memoir, A Carlin Home Companion: Growing Up with George, is a four-decade exploration of how Kelly healed from the damage of her mother’s alcoholism, her famous father’s shadow, and the chaos of her childhood to gain a sense of self, safety, and soul in the world.
September 23 - 28, 2018
Sunday - Friday, 5 nights
The parent-daughter relationship can shape a woman’s life in enormous ways. And the healing of a woman’s complicated ties with one or both parents can awaken tremendous, life-changing transformation. Join Hope Edelman, MA, and Kelly Carlin, MA, for a 5-day workshop to facilitate self-love, freedom of expression, and a renewed sense of empowerment for women...