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Lauren Freedman

Nationally Certified Health & Wellness Coach & Award Winning Podcast Host

Lauren Freedman is an award-winning entrepreneur, voice actor, writer, and activist who lives in Los Angeles. She has lived with depression and anxiety since she was a teen, and was first diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease and sleep disorders in 2017. Harrowing experiences of medical gaslighting and disability, paired with her work in women’s health activism, prompted her to seek community…where none was available. It was when she became aware that even close friends were living with invisible diagnoses that she began speaking out — and kindled her own community so nobody would have to feel lost in their body’s mutinies again. Now an “accidental” advocate, her work is centered in deepening narratives about chronic illness and disability: raising awareness, inspiring inclusion, and providing comfort for those living the Spoonie life. In 2021, she begins training as a Nationally Certified Health & Wellness Coach in order to further serve her community. Lauren graduated from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) with a BA (Hons) in Acting in 2008. Fall down seven times, stand up eight.

WHAT IS UNINVISIBLE POD?

An award-winning podcast about invisible conditions and chronic invisible illness and disability, featuring interviews with survivors and thrivers, their loved ones, caregivers, advocates, and experts in varied healing modalities, from holistic to medical. Uninvisible uncovers real stories of survival and humanity – complete with laughter. In truth and with candor, we offer solutions – and challenge the world to change.

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How to Find a Healing Path When Chronically Ill

April 9, 2021

In my conversation with Lauren, you’ll likely hear something unique and familiar all that same time. Lauren's story is one that we all can find a common ground in whether we are in search of healing and or want to be affirme…