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SSA 043: How To Therapize Yourself with Carrie Leaf

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Carrie Leaf is currently a practicing psychotherapist, life coach, and hypnotherapist. She holds her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of Northern Iowa. She completed her masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, graduating top of her class from Iona College. She has been a practicing psychotherapist for over 10 years and working in the psychology field for over 15 years. 

Carrie has worked in the field of psychology in a wide variety of settings which include hospitals, community mental health, youth residential homes, substance abuse, military base, college university and private practice. She has worked with a wide variety of clients from all ages and around many different identified problems. She has worked with individuals, couples, families and groups.

Carrie is a mother to two twin toddler boys and a step-mother to their older brother and sister as well. She is a furbaby mom to two boxer dogs. She enjoys working out, exploring her health and fitness journey, staying active, nature and being outdoors, traveling, and trying new things.

During this episode, Carrie and Danielle have an open and transparent conversation about the following topics and more:

  • What it means to therapize yourself
  • Paying attention to the connection between your mind and body
  • Clearing out the things we are tolerating in life
  • The problem with instant gratification when trying to avoid uncomfortable situations
  • Recognising and understanding patterns and it links to negative beliefs

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Free gift from Carrie:

Use this Mini Self-Mental Health Free Assessment as a guide to identify and understand where your current state of mental health is.

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