#155: Mapping Resilience with Eileen McDargh
Resilience is one of my favorite topics. It’s a curious inner compass and, as my guest today, Eileen McDargh explains, it’s a “life skill, not an incident skill”. Tune-in to this highly practical episode where Eileen shares both clinical pearls and critical “reframes” for shifting our perspectives on stress and the inner talk that keeps many of our clients and patients (not to mention ourselves) stuck in thought patterns that don’t serve.
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