#005: Radical Self-Care and Mental Health Resilience with Natalie Dattilo, PhD
Mental health is an essential component to our overall health.
Too often it’s ignored as we focus only on the physical symptoms.
However, the two are inextricably linked.
The idea of self-care is a non-negotiable. In fact, it’s not selfish. It’s complete sanity.
Tune in to this episode to hear more about Natalie’s background in clinical and health psychology, the importance of daily self-care in maintaining your health and sanity and how to navigate the system and advocate for your mental health needs.
In this episode you’ll learn:
The importance of radical self-care in maintaining and improving your overall health
How to navigate and seek out mental health care and demystifying the stigma
How to find the right match for you in a mental health provider and insight-oriented vs. action-oriented therapies
The importance of the mind-body connection in healing trauma and how this relationship can no longer be ignored
This episode is sponsored by Embarque Yoga and Holistic Health, an urban sanctuary in the heart of Indianapolis, offering yoga classes, massage therapy and holistic practices rooted in connecting the innate wisdom of the body with the mind to help you find true healing. Through dynamic movement, deep relaxation, natural remedies and holistic self-care, Embarque’s team of wellness professionals can help you remain healthy as you age, stay sane while managing stress, and feel good every day of your life. Click here to learn more.
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