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Interview with Dr. Roxanne Louh, Psy.D., PA

For many givers, it may seem that feeling out of balance is an unavoidable part of the giving journey. This may be partly true nowadays as busyness, success and productivity are part of our cultural-dominating beliefs. But it does not have to be so.

Continuously giving with no regard to taking care of our own needs, can be unfruitful and can lead to imbalance.

Our body, heart (emotions) and mind (thoughts) may actually carry burdens and unhelpful beliefs from unmet needs in childhood, which can eventually lead to burnout or even medical conditions.

These burdens and old beliefs (mindsets) might have helped us in the past, but now might keep us in unhelpful cycles.

For most givers, it's not uncommon to experience life's highs and lows, whether through their own personal experiences or through the people they serve. However, sometimes the emotions and situations may become overwhelming and can be challenging to navigate.

And these experiences, although painful at times, paradoxically can bring forth more clarity and energy toward a life of giving and passionate ministry.

This is the case for many professionals, including our special guest Dr. Roxanne Louh, a dedicated Psychologist, a devout Christian and wife of a priest.

In this episode of Renewal Conversations, Dr. Roxanne shares with us how she and her family were able to grow and regenerate through one of the hardest seasons in their lives, along with many nuggets and wisdom she learned along the way.

Drawing on her years of experience as a psychologist, she shares tips on how tapping into the power of regenerating body, mind, heart and soul can help us find balance and peace amidst life's many twists and turns.



ABOUT Dr. Roxanne Louh, Psy.D., PA:
🍵 Dr. Roxanne is a licensed clinical Psychologist n Jacksonville, Florida, where she uses her extensive training in private practice and as a speaker with expertise in a variety of concerns, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, marriage and parenting issues, and eating disorders, body image awareness, and women’s issues.
🍵 She has presented to national groups, universities, area high schools, and churches across the country
🍵 She earned her first Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Central Florida. Her second Master’s degree and her Doctorate are in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology.
🍵 During her graduate work, Dr. Louh devoted much of her time to working within the college counseling arena, empowering women through body image awareness, whole body health, stress management, and emotional health.
🍵 Served as the Clinical Director of Psychological Services at Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital’s (a part of Baptist Medical Center) treatment program for eating disorders and she opened her own private practice in 2006
🍵 She is an established member of the American Psychological Association, and regularly contributes to a blog for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, entitled “Healthy Minds Healthy Souls.”

You can check more about Dr. Roxanne here:

- Website:
- Live Show with Ancient Faith Ministries: "Live with the Louhs: Supporting Healthy Minds and Healthy Souls": -
- Book co-authored with her husband Rev. Dr. Nicholas G. Louh. "Renewing You: A Priest, a Psychologist, and a Plan":

Book mentioned in the video by Dr. Ioana Popa:
The Awakened Brain: The New Science of Spirituality and Our Quest for an Inspired Life by Dr. Lisa Miller -


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