Hi friends! I have another great conversation that I’m so excited to share with you! I recently had the opportunity to talk with lifecoach and author, Steve Austin, for his podcast, the #AskSteveAustin podcast, and the episode went live last night! We had such a fun conversation about a number of topics that are near and dear to my heart. Our original focus for this episode was on Namaste Theory and spiritual self-care, but Steve and I had a blast talking like old friends and the chat ended up including some of my journey, practicing contentment, being an Enneagram 2, my love for research, and some new research on client preferences for integrating their spirituality into mental health treatment (which has since been accepted to be published in Social Work!). Plus, we talked about the importance of spiritual self-care and walked through a number of spiritual practices I lean on, including centering prayer, Sabbath, gratitude, journaling, and more!
We had a BLAST, and I would highly recommend his podcast if you haven’t heard of it before! I am honored to have had the chance to chat with him, and am grateful for all of the work he’s doing at the intersection of faith and mental health.
I hope you enjoy the episode and it serves you well! I’m off to go celebrate being married to my best friend for 7 years and together for 13 by watching Callie play t-ball and getting some quality family time tonight!
#AskSteveAustin Podcast Episode 55:
“The Namaste Project & Spiritual Self-Care (with Dr. Holly Oxhandler)”
Credit: feature photo (source) and podcast photo (source).
New friends that feel like old friends are the very best kind. So grateful for you, Holly!