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Please join us for this very special “live event” of the T. Randolph and Friends broadcast. Recording at the Graf Barn in Southern California, we invited special guests, Michelle Wortner, Laina Graf, Don Dukes and Sam Gallucci to join in on the conversational topic of, “God’s Love vs Man’s Love.”

This was an incredible time of enlightened discussion about how it is difficult to love others, ourselves and those around us unconditionally. Yet we can experience and learn to accept this kind of love, given freely from our Creator, even in ups and downs of our journey hear on earth. We hope that this broadcast will touch the lives of those listening, to bring hope, peace, strength and encouragement.

You can reach any of our guests on the broadcast by clicking on their name below.

Photos from our visit with the T. Randolph and Friends “Live Event” with Guests, Michelle Wortner, Laina Graf, Don Dukes, and Sam Gallucci.

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Michelle Wortner, is a Marriage and Family Therapist at Kairos Counseling Center, and is our special guest on this episode, as we discuss, “The Core Emotional Needs of Human Beings.”

Michelle has made her life’s career about understanding relationships.  For more than 15 years Michelle worked as an anchor and reporter for NBC-TV, watching human tragedy alongside triumph, and seeing challenges and perseverance lead to accomplishment.  In the years following she moved to leadership development and helped coach corporate employees and their companies to growth and success.  Michelle completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and expanded her outreach to include individuals and couples seeking personal understanding and improved functioning — often through transitions and changes they did not anticipate.  She completed an emphasis in adolescent therapy and has helped students throughout the Conejo Valley deal with issues such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, social skills awareness, addictions, eating disorders, and cutting.   As an interactive therapist, Michelle uses solution-focused therapy and practical feedback to help clients address current life challenges and long-standing issues.  She partners with clients to help them develop the strengths and skills necessary to achieve their personal goals.  A wife and mother-of two, Michelle believes that healthy self-esteem and solid relationships are two of life’s most rewarding gifts.

You can reach Michelle at her business at:  [email protected]

Photos from our visit with Michelle.

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