Episode 162 is a conversation with Justine Dean about imposter syndrome and how it impacts our work, relationships and life choices.
We talk about the causes of Imposter Syndrome, perfectionism, procrastination, inaction and comparison. We debunk certain myths surrounding “imposterism” and chat about why this effects women.
Justine Dean is a Canberra based Coach and Mentor to Professional and Entrepreneurial women who are impacted by symptoms of Impostor Syndrome. She provides highly personalised online 1:1 coaching as well as a 6-month group coaching container. Most people believe Impostorism is exclusively a workplace issue, however symptoms also play out directly into relationships, parenting and general well-being. This work is about dispelling the myth that we are not good enough and living our lives without worrying about what others think. Justine’s belief is that deep personal work is about asking questions no-one else has had the courage to ask, and empowering her client’s to trust themselves. She is well known for being very direct whilst providing safety, compassion, humour and encouragement for her clients. Justine helps high achieving women beat their symptoms of Imposterism, unlocking innovation, creativity, motivation, productivity, confidence and fulfillment.
Justine had kindly extended a generous offer to our community:
In the program participants receive one Strategy Session as part of the inclusions.
I'd like to offer your followers an extra 2 of them, each valued at $500. Just mention your podcast to receive.
Group program starts 16 March, The Expansion Project, link is www.justinedean.com/services
FB Group @theexpansioncollective
Episode 161 is a solo episode where I spill thoughts on one of my all time favourite quotes. I share what it means to me abc open up about a belief that has truly impacted many of my life choices, big and small. Xx
Episode 160 is a conversation about Trauma featuring Jordana Edwards and Alex Osborn of Recharge Psych.
We scratch the surface on the way Trauma can impact all areas of our life.
We speak about:
Trauma being personal and subjective
How it feels in the body and mind
Why it happens
The impact it can have on relationships
Where to start healing
How trauma can propel us forward
Different modalities available
Alex and Jordana are both Clinical Psychologists have each been working as Psychologists for nearly 15 years. They have been best friends for the last 16 years and are both mums of 2. They’ve worked in private practice together for 12 years and treat a broad spectrum of presentations through the lifespan.
They have both trained in CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR).
2 years ago launched their own private practice (along with 2 other business partners) – Engaging Minds Clinical Psychology. This business continues to grow and thrive.
Earlier this year Jordana and Alex founded Recharge Clinical Psychology Services. Recharge has a particular focus on workplace wellbeing and consultancy for HR & Executives. It was born out of a desire to take our clinical skills to wider audiences, as well as to diversify their day-to-day workload and prevent their own burnout.
Think About This: Pain Vs Pleasure 🧠 by Kylie Camps
Other People's Judgements ❌ by Kylie Camps
Start BEFORE You Have An Audience 👏🏼 by Kylie Camps
Episode 157 is a compilation of some of my all time favourite guests (and humans in general) sharing their own experience with finding their fun. Each guest shares what fun is for them, why it is important and offers suggestions on how women can connect with their own sense of fun.
You will hear from
Libby AKA @thewomanspsychologist
Lauren AKA @laurenwhiteau
Tabitha AKA @tabithajfennell
Michelle AKA @michbroadbent
Self Love Practice 👁👁 by Kylie Camps
Getting “It” Done ✅ by Kylie Camps
Today’s pep talk is all about encouraging you to become curious about uncovering your own passions.
Go For The Story 😏🙊 by Kylie Camps
When things are really bad it can seem completely hopeless. It can be hard to get up and face the day. Maybe it is a general bad day or series of crappy events that are making life feel hard OR maybe it’s more. Perhaps you have hit your rock bottom. I’ve been there.
I wanted to encourage you to seek the help and support to get you through and share with you how I personally held on during the darkest times.
If you need any assistance finding the right support please reach out to your GP today or email us right now email@example.com and we will email back some potential resources.
This is your speedy pep talk to kick yourself into gear and take an action. Today is the day to move towards whatever it is you truly want.
When you take your action, let me know! Jump over to @kyliecamps and share it with me x
Episode 151 is a conversation focusing on Anxiety during Motherhood with Dr Jodi Richardson This conversation is not just for Mother's, it is for anyone curious to learn more about why and how anxiety can show up.
We speak about ways to mitigate passing on your own anxiety to your children, dark and/ or obsessive thoughts, nature VS nurture, the mental load and why becoming a Mum (or any big life change)can spark anxiety.
Dr Jodi Richardson is a professional speaker, author and educator who specialises in helping parents, teachers and other professionals work through the challenges and opportunities associated with a child’s mental health, wellbeing and happiness, as well as their own. Jodi delivers presentations, conference keynotes, seminars and workshops to parents, teachers and corporates in Australia and internationally, both in person and online. She combines nine years of university study with over twenty years of professional work in education, wellbeing, clinical practice and elite sport. Jodi is a respected commentator in the wellbeing and parenting space, contributing regularly to print, radio and television media. She is a mum of two children, who she raises with her husband, together with their beloved border collies.
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This short episode is all about the ways social media can satisfy a need or it can leave us feeling a bit blah.
Listen in and see if you feel like social media is junk food or soul food!
Pep talk 3 is about choosing expansion and noticing how it feels in your body. It’s about being aware when something feels restrictive and suffocating.
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Pep talk 2 is about bringing your awareness to resentment and the ways in can show in in relationship.
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Welcome to the very first short pep talk episode. We have 14 days straight planned or mini episodes on a variety of topics as requested by YOU over on Instagram.
Day one: this chat is a reminder to STOP waiting until you look, feel or are a certain way before you show up in life how you truly want to.
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Episode 146 is a solo episode unpacking the idea of balance and deconstructing exactly what it means to have it all. What even is “it all” anyway? This chat is all about working out what YOUR correct portions are and why correct doesn’t actually mean equal.
As always if you enjoy this podcast it would mean the world to me if you jump over to your ig and share this episode via your story or feed. Be sure to tag me @kyliecamps so I can share it on MY story!
Episode 145 of the Podcast is a conversation with about the common concerns women are facing when it comes to aches, changes and coping during Pregnancy.
We also talk about the postpartum concerns, what to expect and why rehabilitation is required and bouncing back is not a thing to strive for. Shira, a womens health Physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience teaches us the need to know info. Sinead, the founder of SRC Health shares the ways the SRC range can support and provide relief to women at all stages, for different concerns from girdle pain during pregnancy to prolapse and incontinence.
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