Psychedelic therapy has proven to be one of the biggest breakthrough treatments in the mental health industry, especially for individuals with treatment-resistant conditions. Although the demand will continue to increase over the next few years, there won’t be enough providers to meet that demand.
Listen in as we discuss the current status of psychedelic therapy including Ketamine, MDMA & Psilocybin, and why now is a great time to get trained as a psychedelic-assisted therapy provider and understand the business of psychedelic therapy.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re re-releasing one of our most popular podcast episodes featuring women’s health expert and New York Times Bestselling author, Dr. Sara Gottfried. In this episode, Dr. Gottfried talks about the unique challenges women face at different stages in life and how those challenges can often impact their mental and physical health. She’ll also share how women can be empowered in their health by learning more about the connection between their bodies and brains.
Self-determination is a concept in psychology that refers to having a significant influence over your life, such as the direction and fulfillment of your career, relationships, finances, and the impact you have on the world. Although levels of self-determination vary greatly between individuals and their unique circumstances, there are a handful of things you can do in order to increase the likelihood of life going in the direction that you want.
In the first two episodes of this series, Keith talked about how to release values that aren’t your own and discover values that are true to who you are. In the final episode, Keith will share several steps you can take to live in accordance with your values and manifest the life you desire.
We all want to live the life that we desire, which includes being able to be our most authentic selves even when it seems risky. But in order to be your true self, you have to first know who you are and that means knowing your values.
In last week’s episode, Keith talked about how to release values that aren’t your own. In this episode, he’ll discuss how you can learn who you are by identifying your values. He’ll also share five eye-opening questions to help you identify your values which will ultimately enable you to hack your behavioral system and create the life you want.
Many of us understand the importance of living a values-based life. However, most people don’t feel fully aligned in their career and consider it a sacrifice. This incongruence can cause stress and lead to significant symptoms of anxiety and depression. In part one of this 3-part series, Keith discusses how easy it can be to find yourself misaligned in a career and what you can do about it. He’ll share his own story of entering the workforce feeling incongruent, and a unique exercise that you can use to release values that aren’t your own. Ultimately, many people want to feel that they can be themselves serving in a career where they see they have something meaningful to contribute.
Trauma doesn’t discriminate. Anyone can be impacted by trauma at any time, including us providers. So what happens when the healer needs healing? That’s what we’ll discuss in today’s episode.
Join us for part two of this series as we continue our conversation with Dr. Rola Hallam. Not only will we discuss the revolutionary treatment options that now exist for helping others overcome trauma, but we’ll also talk about how we, as providers, can work to heal our trauma.
In this episode, Dr. Rola Hallam, an award-winning doctor known for her deep passion for global health and humanitarian work during the war in Syria, shares her experience of overcoming trauma as a provider. She’ll talk about her journey to becoming a doctor, her mission-driven work in Syria and other war zones, and her work as a trauma-informed life coach.
During the last few episodes, we talked about the role that money plays in our lives, past experiences that have shaped our views around money, and the importance of preparing financially for the future. In today’s episode, we wrap up this series by sharing some practical tips that can help you get on the way.