Episode 16: Surviving to Thriving
Dr. Wendy O'Connor is a Stanford-trained Clinical Psychologist and Certified Life Coach who has been in private practice for the last 10 years. She is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and specializes in helping women go from surviving their lives to thriving.
Wendy is on the podcast today to talk about making your mental health a priority in motherhood. In this episode, we cover:
How to bust through the comfort zone and take risks to enact change
How to shift our mindset around change to help us reach success
Shifting away from perfectionism in order to live a more balanced life
Fighting (and beating) overwhelm
Easy ways to start VISUALIZING for real and lasting change
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