• Cait Donovan

Whitney Goodman, LMFT: Dealing With The Underlying Beliefs That Lead Us To Overperform



In today’s episode, we’re talking to Whitney Goodman, a licensed marriage and family therapist and owner of The Collaborative Counselling Center in Miami, FL. She provides counseling to individuals and couples who want better relationships and to heal from the hurt in their past.


During our conversation, she shares her own burnout story, that happened really early on in her life and career and how she felt like a failure being a mental health professional herself. After being told you’re too young to be burnt out, she decided to leave her job and go out on her own, quickly realizing that burnout was happening because of the structural inequities at her job and the lack of support in her own life and not because she chose the wrong profession.


We also talk about toxic positivity and why you need to avoid it (despite what social media is telling you), people pleasing and the good, the bad and the ugly of boundaries!


I truly enjoyed speaking with Whitney and this episode is chock full of so much goodness, that I’m curious: What is one thing that you KNOW you need to start implementing in your life?

Both Whitney and I would love to know, so please share and tag us on social media so we can support and cheer for you!


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Connect with Whitney

Website: https://www.thecollaborativecounselingcenter.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sitwithwhit/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CollaborativeCounselingMiami/

Courses: https://sitwithwhit.mykajabi.com/store


Xo

Cait


P.S. Do something to care for yourself this week and book a FREE call with me! Initial calls last 35 minutes and are a great way to kickstart your burnout recovery. Book your call at caitdonovan.as.me/free.


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