Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy.
Here in Episode 46 I chat with Kate Murphy of Well & Whole Mind-Body Therapy on the topic of self-care, scheduling, and boundaries with chronic illness in private practice.
Here we go…
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Episode 46 Transcript
You’re listening to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast: a comfy, cozy place for private practice introverts, highly sensitive therapists, and solopreneurs who help and heal.
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Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy. Here in Episode 46 I’m going to continue my conversation with Kate Murphy about self-care, scheduling, and boundaries with chronic illness. Kate and I begin our conversation in Episode 45, so be sure to go back and listen to that episode before you dig into this one.
Here we go.
[Interview with Kate Murphy]
Thank you so much for joining me today. For episode 47 I’m going to talk about why losing followers and subscribers is good for your business.
If you haven’t yet listened to Episode 45, I urge you to do that. In that episode I began my conversation with Kate on the topic of chronic illness and private practice.
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