Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy.
Here in Episode 52 I chat with with guests Sharon Gold-Steinberg & Carryn Lund of the Resourced Therapist, and we discuss the topic of Empathy vs. Compassion Fatigue: What Causes Burnout?
Here we go…
Episode 52 Show Notes Links
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The Resourced Therapist
Carryn Lund, LMSW, RYT and Sharon Gold-Steinberg, PhD are co-creators of The Resourced Therapist, a collaboration dedicated to supporting therapists and allied healers to sustain vibrant, resilient, and fulfilling careers. They offer meditations, live (virtual) self-care classes, continuing education courses, and a free weekly email of wisdom and lovingkindness. Both Carryn and Sharon have private psychotherapy and consultation practices in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A one-stop platform of resources designed by therapists, for therapists: https://www.resourcedtherapist.com/
This free download, Empathy with Equanimity, supports therapists to protect their own emotional energy while offering emotional resonance with clients: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5f89aa211bb8f6ad2df7e9e8
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Episode 52 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.
This is the place for practical, nature-based, magickal support for your business and life.
Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy. Here in Episode 52 I’m going to chat with with guests Sharon Gold-Steinberg & Carryn Lund of the Resourced Therapist, and we’ll be discussing the topic of Empathy vs. Compassion Fatigue: What Causes Burnout?
Now on to our conversation…
[Interview with with guests Sharon Gold-Steinberg & Carryn Lund of the Resourced Therapist]
Thank you so much for joining me today. For episode 53 I continue my conversation with Sharon & Carryn of the Resourced Therapist where we discuss moment to moment self-care practices to protect against burnout.
If you haven’t yet listened to Episode 51, I urge you to do that. In that episode I talk about life and business planning with the moon phases and share the associated energies of the 8 phases of the moon.
I’m truly grateful that you choose to join me here for practical, nature-based, magickal support for your business and life. For more inspiration and to see what I’m up to, join me over on instagram @mountainpracticejourneys If you’re enjoying yourself here, please head over to Apple Podcasts and hit those 5 stars and I’ll be over the moon. And if you’d like to work with me, join me in Forestmind, my cozy, small-group mastermind for private practice introverts, highly sensitive therapists, and solopreneurs who help and heal. May the forest be with you.
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Happy Climbing, Cindy