The Daring Way™ With Show Guest
Many of us feel stressed out, disconnected, and overwhelmed in our lives. We worry that we are not good enough, we don’t have enough, that we will never get enough or be enough. This often leads to the experience of shame. In this podcast, Holly LaBarbera shares with Melissa Risso how she helps people learn to develop shame resilience. We will explore how she teaches people about cultivating authenticity, self-compassion, resilience, gratitude, joy, intuition, faith, creativity, play, calm, rest and laughter. We will discuss courage in relationships and day-to-day life. We will talk about those feelings of “never enough,” about striving for perfection. Holly will also talk about the myth that vulnerability is weakness and how, in fact, it is our best measure of courage and the birthplace of love, connection, and belonging.
Holly is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#84042) with a private practice in Fremont. She has experience working with individual adults, adolescents, children, parents, families and groups. She has helped her clients learn to manage anxiety and depression, cope with grief and trauma, develop social skills and problem-solving skills, explore sexual identity issues, address academic problems and relationship issues, and build self-esteem. She has helped couples improve communication and develop deeper connections with each other. She received her Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She has received training from Brené Brown and is a Daring Way Facilitator Candidate. She has also received training from the Gottman Institute for couples counseling.
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