The Pursuing Private Practice Podcast with Jennifer McGurk and Guest Stefani Reinold
I’m so excited to finally bring you an episode with Stefani Reinold. She is one of my best business friends. We have had many different versions of this conversation privately, and we kept saying, “We should record this!” because we knew that it could be helpful to others as we are all processing our own version of the new normal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stefani brings so much to this conversation: she has her MD, a background in psychiatry, and is now a therapeutic provider. Many dietitians don’t have therapeutic training unless they’re in the eating disorder field and are receiving their own supervision and training. This conversation will be very helpful to so many people as we continue to process our own thoughts, feelings, and emotions around the COVID-19 crisis and try to determine how to best move forward while also taking care of ourselves (that’s number one!), our families, our business and clients, and all of the new responsibilities that many of us now have.
Being really true to you and your values is a huge part of therapeutic processing. – Stefani
Some of the topics discussed include:
- Processing our experiences (and an explanation of what “processing” actually means!)
- Handling outside pressure and feeling guilty for taking a break
- Setting boundaries that honor our values
- The importance of supervision for clinicians
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ABOUT STEFANI REINOLD, MD:
Dr. Stefani Reinold is a board certified psychiatrist, women’s mental health expert, and eating disorders specialist. She is author of the bestselling book, Let Your Heart Out, podcast host of the show, It’s Not About the Food, and Creator of the HEART Method: a self-led therapy tool helping with emotional self-awareness and resiliency. To date, Dr. Reinold has helped thousands of women overcome mental illness, make peace with food, ditch the details of life, live their abundant dream lives, and most importantly, let their hearts out! She has presented on the topics of eating disorders, postpartum depression, and perinatal eating disorders at a national and international level. Yet, more than professional experience, her personal experience with a decade-long eating disorder and postpartum depression after her daughter was born most informs her clinical practice and online platform.
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