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episode 64 | You are not your thoughts: Insights from a therapist

You are not your thoughts: Insights from a therapist

Today I’m having another heart to heart with Lindsay Pace, a licensed therapist specializing in anxiety and OCD. In this insightful episode, we chat about practical techniques for managing thoughts and emotions, emphasizing curiosity and acceptance over control. Lindsay also shares her expertise with warmth and humor, offering valuable insights into understanding and navigating the complexities of the human mind.

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Here’s a glance at this episode…

[1:15] Exploring the connection between thoughts and emotions

[5:30] Lindsay shares insights on constructive awareness therapy

[10:45] The power of curiosity in managing thoughts

[15:20] Practical techniques for becoming more curious about thoughts

[20:05] Integrating faith and spirituality into anxiety and OCD therapy

[25:40] The importance of experiencing emotions without judgment

[30:15] Recognizing the role of anger and other core emotions

[35:00] Emotion regulation techniques for a healthier mindset

[40:10] Addressing shame and guilt in the context of Christian faith

[45:25] Perspective on connecting with a therapist and finding the right fit

Connect with today’s guest:

Lindsey Pace’s Instagram

Evercare Counseling

📞 757-206-2824

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