cat h. bradley is a curious and spirited feminist creative who loves storytelling only slightly less than she loves people. She currently employs her training, experience, and divinely inspired gifts in writing, life coaching, and the yoga arts, to help others generate connection, empathy, and joy.
cat believes you can’t transmit something you haven’t got. That’s why she is continuously learning from her teachers and opening her body, mind, and spirit to different modalities of healing to cultivate a sense of belonging to herself. This work represents her daily choice to love herself radically. She hopes we admitted inspires others to explore healing and a radical self love practice, as she believes they are the only ways we each get to unpack our unique genius and purpose and contribute it to the world that needs it and us.
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Cait Weiss Orcutt is the author of VALLEYSPEAK, winner of the 2017 Zone 3 First Book Prize. She holds an MFA from The Ohio State University and is a PhD candidate at the University of Houston in English Literature and Creative Writing. Her essays and poems have appeared in Boston Review, Bust Magazine, Chautauqua, FIELD, The Pinch, The Academy of American Poets and more. Currently based in the Midwest, Cait leads poetry and creative nonfiction writing workshops centered on identity, history, intersectionality and healing. She is the recipient of a UH College of Arts and Letters Dissertation Completion Fellowship and an Inprint C. Glenn Cambor/MD Anderson Foundation Fellowship.
Cait believes art teaches us profound emotional truths. She sees imagination as an infinite source of potential – anything is possible inside the salt circle of the mind, and from the safety of our most internal chamber, we have the power to understand, to forgive, to reframe, to free and to rehabilitate both ourselves and others.
we admitted is produced by cat h. bradley, cait weiss orcutt and sasha bowan and is edited by sasha bowan.
website art and show art created by Amanda Onoro.
podcast theme song is "canned thunder" by Human Pyramids
website design by SVB Web Design