This week we will discuss mental health impacts from living with a chronic illness with our guest, Christy Amos (aka Christi Winstead)
Christy Amos is a compassionate and resilient individual who has made it her mission to help others navigate the challenges of living with chronic illnesses. With a Master's degree in Counseling, she has acquired a deep understanding of the emotional and psychological impact that chronic conditions can have on individuals and their loved ones.
Despite facing her own health battles, Christy's determination and empathy have driven her to become a patient advocate. Drawing from her personal experiences with multiple chronic illnesses, she uses her expertise to support and empower others in similar situations. Her dedication to improving the lives of those affected by chronic illnesses has made her an invaluable resource in the social health community.
In addition to her advocacy work, Christy is a freelance author. She shares her wealth of knowledge and personal insights on chronic hives and asthma through her contributions to respected platforms such as chronic-hives.com and asthma.net. Her writing not only educates and informs, but also serves as a source of comfort and inspiration for individuals living with these conditions.
Christy's unique perspective as both a patient and a professional counselor allows her to approach chronic illnesses holistically. She understands the complexities of managing physical symptoms while also addressing the emotional and psychological impact of these conditions. Through her writing, counseling, and advocacy efforts, she strives to promote understanding, raise awareness, and facilitate meaningful conversations about chronic illnesses.
Christy's commitment to making a difference in the lives of others shines through in everything she does. Her courage, resilience, and unwavering determination serve as an inspiration to those who have the privilege of knowing her or benefiting from her work. With her profound understanding of the challenges that chronic illnesses present, Christy Amos continues to transform the lives of individuals and families affected by these conditions, bringing hope and support to countless people in need.