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Episode 320 - The crisis within the mental health crisis: Therapist burnout and exiting the field

Updated: Jan 8




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startup nation, meet: Monica Helvie


Monica is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Texas and California and is a trauma coach for audacious, high achieving, overworked and burned out therapists.


She helps her clients find their inner badass again with insight and connection.


She uses 21st century trauma informed, body based interventions to help healers break through their stuckness and achieve authentic alignment with their best self so that they can do their *best* work!



show notes

  1. What is crisis within the Mental Health Crisis?

  2. Who is the burned out therapist ready to leave it all for a chance to work at Target?

  3. What can be done?



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Meet your co-hosts:

Kate & Katie



 

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