How A Young Therapist Goes From Surviving To Thriving

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Join Dr. John for a revealing conversation with a brilliant, young therapist, Eli Weinstein. What’s it like to work in a psych unit? How do you stay calm when the shit hits the fan? What is radical self – care and why is it more needed now than ever before? What are some ideas for how to engage in radical self – care? How well do movie representations of therapists accurately depict true therapy (e.g., Lucifer, Good Will Hunting)? What’s the difference between traditional therapy and coaching? How does a therapist deal with having a suicidal client? What do we truly control as therapists? As humans? How do you learn to manage your emotions as a therapist? How do you “careless? ”And why does it matter? The importance of having perspective and gratitude based on your clients. What man box lessons do you learn growing up as a (moderate) Orthodox Jew in NYC? Eli is a Social Work therapist who has worked in a psych hospital, intense outpatient clinic and currently works in a community clinic in queens. He created ELIvation to fill a need to help those in struggling times and add extra inspiration and motivation into everyday life. Eli has been featured on Kelly Clarkson show, IVF Warrior, Fruit ful, Breaking Taboo and on multiple podcasts ranging from parenting, relationships, mental health and infertility. His main goal is to help people on their journey to add support, care, empathy, expertise, and insight. His podcast which targets men is The Dude Therapist.

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Editing/Mixing/Mastering by: Brian Donat of B/Line Studios
Music by: Zak Gay