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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Thrower

Exploring topics like burnout, perfectionism, and returning to work after having a baby can be daunting, but you're not alone. I've had the privilege of discussing these topics on several podcasts, offering insights and practical advice to help you navigate these challenges. If you're seeking guidance or simply want to hear from someone who understands what you're going through, these podcast episodes are a great place to start.

Burnout: Recognizing and Overcoming It

Burnout can creep into our lives when we least expect it, especially in high-pressure environments. In these podcast episodes, I explore the signs of burnout and share strategies to help you overcome it. We discuss how to balance work, personal life, and self-care, providing you with tools to restore your energy and passion.

Perfectionism: Breaking Free from Unrealistic Expectations

Perfectionism feels like a bad word, but is it? Maybe there is another way to reframe how we think about striving for perfection as professionals and parents that can help us move toward our goals without burning out.

  • [Using Critical Thinking with Self-Compassion: Stephanie's Story] - "This week we're lucky to be joined by Dr. Stephanie Thrower, a psychologist and career coach who helps working parents break the burnout cycle so they feel more engaged, creative, and connected as professionals and parents.  She helps her clients achieve clarity, find purpose, and confidently set boundaries."

 The 5th Trimester: Returning to Work After Having a Baby

Returning to work after having a baby can be a significant transition. In this podcast episode, I discuss the emotional and logistical challenges that come with this journey. I offer advice on how to navigate this new chapter with confidence to ask for help.

  • [How to Survive the the ‘5th Trimester’ with Dr. Stephanie Thrower!] - "On this episode, Sonia and Jessica are joined by Dr. Stephanie Thrower, a psychologist and career coach to discuss ways to survive the ‘fifth trimester’.  Dealing with the anxiety of going back to work, the worry of getting swallowed up by the workload, communicating what you need to your partners, coworkers, family and friends.  The whole mental load of going back to work after having a baby and how to cope!" 

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