In times of universal fear and stress, such as the Covid-19 epidemic, we may rise or succumb to the challenge. While our personal histories, especially those involving trauma, may influence how we react and respond to a crisis.
Irena Kay, M.D., explains that with self-understanding and kindness to ourselves, we can respond with strength to the crisis. Irena, a former OB/GYN physician and now business performance coach, also explores with Pat Iyer, your host, how trauma prevents people from escaping abusive situations and the role of nurses’ self-sabotaging helper “gene.“ This timely podcast will help you to activate your strongest resources to see you through any crisis.
You will not only survive but thrive with these tips how to respond to a crisis for LNCs
- The damaging and often unconscious effect trauma has on the brain
- Why abused spouses don’t leave their abusive mates
- The heightening effect of stress on already-fractured relationships
- How to overcome the helper “gene” when a client makes unreasonable demands
- Why taking care of yourself is a prerequisite to truly helping others
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Dr. Irena Kay, Business Performance Coach, retired Physician and Marriage Facilitator, developed techniques that integrate mind and brain work to help high achievers break through limiting mindset barriers.
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