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Name It, You Tame It

Name It, You Tame It

In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we look at the role of self-compassion in managing Impostor Syndrome. My guest, Ellen Albertson, shares a powerful framework for moving away from self-criticism and treating ourselves the way we would treat a good friend. See below for a free special gift.

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About My Guest

Dr. Ellen is a Psychologist, Registered Dietitian, National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and Mindful Self-compassion Teacher. Known as The Midlife Whisperer™, she helps busy, successful, professional women change their trajectory so they experience joy, confidence and radiant health on a daily basis.

An inspirational speaker and expert on women’s wellbeing, Dr. Ellen has appeared on Extra, the Food Network and NBC World News and has been quoted in Psychology Today, Eating Well and USA Today. She has written four books and articles for SELF, Better Homes & Gardens and Good Housekeeping and was the online nutrition expert for Women’s Health, Men’s Health and the Abs Diet.

She brings over 25 years of counseling, coaching, and healing experience to her holistic practice and transformational work. She lives on the Champlain Islands of Vermont with her high-tech, raw-food loving partner, Ken and her tree-climbing Boarder Collie, Rosie.

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