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Sisällön tarjoaa Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor. Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor tai sen podcast-alustan kumppani lataa ja toimittaa kaiken podcast-sisällön, mukaan lukien jaksot, grafiikat ja podcast-kuvaukset. Jos uskot jonkun käyttävän tekijänoikeudella suojattua teostasi ilman lupaasi, voit seurata tässä https://fi.player.fm/legal kuvattua prosessia.
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Grief is the New Normal Podcast: Episode # 13 The Edge of Grief: Understanding our Emotional Capacity & Boundaries

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In this episode of 'Grief is the New Normal,' Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist, welcomes Stephanie Power, a former student, and now a doctoral candidate specializing in boundaries. Stephanie shares her journey into mental health, driven by her personal healing experiences and passion for supporting first responders. The discussion delves into the critical role of boundaries in managing grief and loss, offering insights on preserving energy and capacity during challenging times as well as emphasizing the importance of being kind to oneself. The episode concludes with Stephanie's personal anticipatory grief story and her dissertation on the benefits of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for law enforcement officers.

Stephanie Power, LMHCA is a 4th year doctoral student from Northwest University's Counseling Psychology program (PsyD). During her schooling, she has completed my master's in counseling psychology and has her Mental Health Counselor Associate license. She works with adults who experience struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and grief and loss. She has a passion for and experience working with first responders and public safety personnel. Her research efforts and dissertation centers on supporting Law Enforcement Officers' mental health and well-being. She utilizes EMDR, CBT, CPT, DBT, BSFT and EFT in her approach to treating trauma and employs a person-centered strength-based lens to case-conceptualize and develop treatment plans. Follow along @almostdoctorpower on Instagram to learn more about her dissertation findings.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

hello@griefisthenewnormal.com

themourningmovement@gmail.com

psychologist and grief specialist, delves into the topic of the spectrum of grief. She explains the differences between emotive and instrumental grief and emphasizes that neither form is better or worse than the other. Dr. Taylor discusses how grief can vary within family systems, the impact of developmental age, gender, personality, and even daily conditions on how individuals experience and express grief. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between grief work and restorative work and giving oneself permission to grieve in a way that feels right for them. This episode serves as the conclusion to a four-part series aimed at helping listeners understand basic grief concepts.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

Opening Music by The Dadicorns

Copyright 2024 Grief is the New Normal: A podcast with Dr. Heather Taylor

All Rights Reserved.

This podcast is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only. The information discussed in this podcast is not a replacement or substitute for therapy.

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Sisällön tarjoaa Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor. Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor tai sen podcast-alustan kumppani lataa ja toimittaa kaiken podcast-sisällön, mukaan lukien jaksot, grafiikat ja podcast-kuvaukset. Jos uskot jonkun käyttävän tekijänoikeudella suojattua teostasi ilman lupaasi, voit seurata tässä https://fi.player.fm/legal kuvattua prosessia.

In this episode of 'Grief is the New Normal,' Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist, welcomes Stephanie Power, a former student, and now a doctoral candidate specializing in boundaries. Stephanie shares her journey into mental health, driven by her personal healing experiences and passion for supporting first responders. The discussion delves into the critical role of boundaries in managing grief and loss, offering insights on preserving energy and capacity during challenging times as well as emphasizing the importance of being kind to oneself. The episode concludes with Stephanie's personal anticipatory grief story and her dissertation on the benefits of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for law enforcement officers.

Stephanie Power, LMHCA is a 4th year doctoral student from Northwest University's Counseling Psychology program (PsyD). During her schooling, she has completed my master's in counseling psychology and has her Mental Health Counselor Associate license. She works with adults who experience struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and grief and loss. She has a passion for and experience working with first responders and public safety personnel. Her research efforts and dissertation centers on supporting Law Enforcement Officers' mental health and well-being. She utilizes EMDR, CBT, CPT, DBT, BSFT and EFT in her approach to treating trauma and employs a person-centered strength-based lens to case-conceptualize and develop treatment plans. Follow along @almostdoctorpower on Instagram to learn more about her dissertation findings.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

hello@griefisthenewnormal.com

themourningmovement@gmail.com

psychologist and grief specialist, delves into the topic of the spectrum of grief. She explains the differences between emotive and instrumental grief and emphasizes that neither form is better or worse than the other. Dr. Taylor discusses how grief can vary within family systems, the impact of developmental age, gender, personality, and even daily conditions on how individuals experience and express grief. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between grief work and restorative work and giving oneself permission to grieve in a way that feels right for them. This episode serves as the conclusion to a four-part series aimed at helping listeners understand basic grief concepts.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

Opening Music by The Dadicorns

Copyright 2024 Grief is the New Normal: A podcast with Dr. Heather Taylor

All Rights Reserved.

This podcast is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only. The information discussed in this podcast is not a replacement or substitute for therapy.

  continue reading

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