Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy.
Here in Episode 53 I chat with with guests Sharon Gold-Steinberg & Carryn Lund of the Resourced Therapist, and we discuss moment to moment self-care practices to protect against burnout.
Here we go…
Episode 53 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 53 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 53 I continue my conversation with guests Sharon Gold-Steinberg & Carryn Lund of the Resourced Therapist, and we’ll be discussing moment to moment self-care practices to protect against burnout.
I spoke with Sharon & Carryn last week in Episode 52 about empathy and compassion fatigue, so I encourage you to listen to that episode first before digging in here.
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 54 I’ll be talking about a Deep Work & Rest Week, what it is, why you should consider it for yourself, and how it has positively impacted my business and life.
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Happy Climbing, Cindy