Oct 4, 2022
Join Linda and her guest Yael Schonbrun as they talk about thriving as parents and as people. Yael and Linda talk about the roles we accrue over our lives - from sibling to employee/colleague to parent and more - and how shifts in our values invite us to rethink how we occupy each one. Learn a simple approach to navigating discomfort and unhappiness. Don't miss this one!
Yael Schonbrun, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, assistant professor at Brown University, co-host of Psychologists Off the Clock: A podcast about the science and practice of living well, and mother of three. Yael’s academic research explores the interaction between relationship problems and mental health conditions. She has authored chapters in several books and has written dozens of scientific articles.
In her private practice, writing, and podcasting, Yael uses evidence-based science to help individuals and couples learn to manage work, parenting, and marriage in more effective and fulfilling ways. She draws upon treatments that integrate ancient Eastern philosophy with scientifically backed practices. Yael’s writing on work, parenting, and relationships has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Greater Good Science Center, Behavioral Scientist, Kveller, Lilith Magazine, The Wise Brain Bulletin, Psychology Today, and Motherly.
Yael lives outside of Boston with her husband and their three small comedians.
Podcast website: https://offtheclockpsych.com/
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