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Ep. 44: Connecting with Your Community (Stacey Sherrell and Rachel Facio, Decoding Couples)

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In this episode of Everything is Teachable, we chatted with the dynamic therapist duo, Stacey and Rachel of Decoding Couples. Listen to get to know the story behind how they decided to work together, the transformations they’ve provided their students with, best practices for growing your social media accounts, and more.

Today’s Guests: Stacey Sherrell and Rachel Facio, Decoding Couples

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Rachel Facio came up with Decoding Couples originally as a YouTube series. The idea was that she and her guests would decode the complicated ins and outs of relationships. Stacey Sherrell was her first guest and it became quickly obvious that it was way more fun discussing these issues together.

Behind the scenes, both Stacey and Rachel were struggling in their personal relationships and couples therapy just wasn’t in the cards. They knew their relationships needed change, but all they could find were fluffy self-help tools that didn’t address issues in a real way.

They realized this space needed to exist and they would be the ones to create it with their personal and professional experiences. One day, Stacey walked into Rachel’s office with an Instagram page set up and ready to go, and viola—Decoding Couples was official. In just over a year, Decoding Couples has become known for hilariously informative reels and self-paced courses that are creating REAL, positive change for individuals and couples…without ever needing to leave their couches.

Where to find Stacey and Rachel:

Website: www.decodingcouples.com
Teachable school: decoding-couples.teachable.com
Masterclass: https://www.decodingcouples.com/webinar-registration
Instagram: www.instagram.com/decoding_couples

For a complete transcript of this podcast, click here.

Author: Nina Godlewski, Nina is a Content Marketing Strategist at Teachable. She has a passion for taking complex topics and making them accessible for any reader. Previously she's written for Lending Tree, Fundera, Newsweek, and Business Insider.