Scott Hoye

COVID-19: Meaning & Transformation with Margot Esther Borden

COVID-19: Meaning & Transformation with Margot Esther Borden

On episode 53 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Dr. Hoye is joined by Margot Esther Borden, a psychotherapist, author, and coach. Margot appeared on episode 25 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, speaking about her book Psychotherapy in Light of the East   Margot shares her insights for finding meaning, stability and even transformation amidst the current crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic brings with it a tsunami of issues. Personal issues around health and mental wellbeing are joined by an unfathomable ethical, ecological and economic crisis. We are each impacted physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually in our own way according to the lives we have created for ourselves so far. The tools we have developed for building resilience, perspective, and meaning, as everything we took for granted seems to be crumbling in front of our very eyes, and may need renewal.   Margot shares insights from her 30+ years of practice as an integral psychotherapist, coach and spiritual seeker. The talk finishes with an easy exercise to help you relax and develop helpful perspectives to enhance your mental wellbeing.   Episode 25 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast Margot Esther Borden's Website Psychotherapy in Light of the East Ubiquity University's Online Conference: Humanity Rising

Duration: 55 min

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