I’ve been following the incredible Megan Bruneau on Instagram for some time now, and am absolutely delighted to introduce you to her on the podcast today!
Quoted by Deepak Chopra as the “Millennials’ therapist,” Megan’s no-bullshit, relatable voice has garnered over 30m views and landed appearances on The T.D. Jakes Show, Good Morning America and New York 1 Morning News. Transparent about her own mental health, eating disorder history, frequent heartaches and uncertain entrepreneurial life in New York City, Megan’s vulnerable and humorous writing-style has inspired dozens of viral articles – making her a Huffington Post – homepage regular, MindBodyGreen, and Forbes favorite.
Megan has a master of arts in counseling psychology and a bachelor of arts in psychology and social work. With 12+ years experience providing crisis support, therapy, and coaching, she’s a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #6420) in the province of British Columbia and sees clients globally as a coach. By sharing her personal experiences alongside her professional expertise, Megan seeks to change the way people relate to their inner and outer worlds. You can explore more of her wisdom on her Failure Factor Podcast, her YouTube channel, and her columns on Thrillist, Thought Catalog, Gaia, Entrepreneur, Verily and Quartz.
Megan and I covered a LOT in this podcast, and she even asked me to open up a little bit about the reasons behind ending my 9-year long term relationship. We discussed:
This entire episode was incredibly special from start to finish, please make sure to connect with Megan and show her some love for coming on!
MEGAN’S BREADCRUMBS OF HOPE DIAGRAMS
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Podcast: Failure Factor
Facebook @ Megan Bruneau
YouTube @ Megan Bruneau
Room to Grow Podcast episode #117, The 9 Year Affair: Lessons in Infidelity
Room to Grow Podcast episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo
Room to Grow Podcast episode #93, Choosing Your Family & Establishing Healthy Boundaries
Megan’s Father’s Day Instagram post
Elizabeth Gilbert’s Instagram post on why creativity doesn’t have to come from pain
Attachment Theory in Practice, by Sue Johnson
The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation, by Deb A. Dana
Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, by Kristin Neff
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