Beyond the Business Suit with Kailei Carr
Beyond the Business Suit with Kailei Carr
Kailei Carr: Presence and leadership coach for executive women
Episode 290: Soul to Soul Session with Dr. Kameron Sheats
46 minutes Posted Dec 5, 2023 at 9:01 am.
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It's time to tap into our inner selves! Co-host, Myra Herring, guides an incredibly insightful discussion with Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kameron Sheats, affectionally called “Dr. Kam” throughout this interview. Not only does Dr. Kam relay the importance of introspective work, but she also shares many nuggets of wisdom related to understanding ourselves more fully, including our temperament and how colorism can impact mental health. She even shares her experience as a Fulbright Scholar as well as her work curating multicultural books, driven by her desire for her daughters to feel represented in what they read, all while spreading as much joy as possible. You'll leave this conversation feeling all the feels of joy, self-reflection and the unstoppable urge for true healing.


Dr. Kameron Sheats is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Georgia. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia’s clinical psychology program and completed post-doctoral work at UGA’s Owen’s Institute for Behavioral Research and Morehouse School of Medicine’s Satcher Health Policy Leadership Institute. She is a Fulbright scholar, completing her Fulbright research on correlates of depressive symptoms and colorism in the Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago. She is currently a behavioral scientist focusing on preventing violence and violence-related outcomes and inequities through public health surveillance. Dr. Sheats owns and operates her private therapy practice, The Inner Joy Lab, where she helps people navigate stressors and work toward life goals while maintaining a sense of emotional well-being and wholeness. She also curates multicultural children's books through her business and blog called ‘A Me I Can' She's a wife and a mom to two tween girls and enjoys reading, crafts, and engaging in the theatre and arts scene with her family. 


“I really do think it’s important that kids, and people in general, see themselves reflected.”

“Joy is my middle name!”

“I had this experience of being in certain worlds, but not of certain worlds.”

“For me, focusing on joy means not having to be a spectator, but creating a life to where we can enter into that joy.”

“Writing and journaling is how I process.”

How to stay connected to Dr. Kameron Sheats:

LinkedIn: Kameron Franklin Sheats, Ph.D.