Today’s guest is Jennifer Blough, a counselor in private practice in Ann Arbor, MI. Jennifer’s passion is working within the animal welfare community, specifically in the field of compassion fatigue. She’s here to share details about the dream to write a book, including the emotional and practical aspects of writing from a clinician’s viewpoint. Do you have a book in you? Join us to find out more!
You can read the full show notes at www.sellingthecouch.com/session98
Welcome to session 97—a solo episode! Today we are talking about the benefits of naps. There is so much evidence about the positive effects of naps, and I’ve experienced these firsthand. I regularly take a 25 minute nap EVERY day, and I’ve done this for several years! Unfortunately, there is a stigma around adult naps, like naps are for lazy, non-productive people or just for young kids and the elderly. Many successful people in history have extolled the benefits of naps, like Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Salvador Dali. (Isn’t that an impressive list?) Join me now as I share what I’ve learned on my personal journey as a diehard adult napper.
You can read the full show notes at www.sellingthecouch.com/session97
My guest today is Jo Muirhead, a rehab counselor in Australia. Jo helps health professionals grow successful practices and has helped clinicians for over 20 years! We’re discussing some great topics today, so join us!
You can access the full show notes and all the links and resources at www.sellingthecouch.com/session96
Welcome to a helpful and honest look at strengths and weaknesses. My guest is a friend, Beth Luwandi, LPC in Cincinnati, OH. Beth works with mid-lifers in her practice and is the creator and host of the Midlife Love Bites podcast. She describes it as a podcast to address issues of dating, mating, and relating in midlife! Let’s talk with Beth about using strengths to address weaknesses as entrepreneurs. Join us!
You can read the full show notes at www.sellingthecouch.com/session95