Self-care and community-care- are they the same? Is self-care expensive and unattainable?

“Regardless of your gender, your race, self-care is for everyone.” Our guest Katrina Leggins is a licensed therapist, self-care educator, writer, and speaker. 

Katrina is also the founder and creator of K. Nicole Writing and CEO of the K. Nicole Writing Collection, an apparel line that supports self-care and mental health awareness. K. Nicole Writing is an informational and inspirational platform that helps motivate individuals through mental health education, empowerment, and inspiration.

Through intensive counseling, she works with clients suffering from depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, in addition to a range of behavioral problems that are often associated. She offers curated group workshops that focus on the importance of self-care and mental health for children, teens, and adults in various settings. 

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My Favorite Takeaways From This Episode:

-Katrina debunks some of the most common myths she encounters about self-care: too expensive, takes too much time, too feminine

-Dealing with that pandemic fatigue and revamping your self-care practices 

-The importance of community care, which is showing and giving compassion to one another and how it goes hand in hand with self-care

-Red flags of when you’re slipping into an energy disequilibrium or heightened anxiety, she talks about the difference between being an introvert and isolating yourself

-How to realistically approach journalingDestigmatizing therapy for men

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My Favorite Quotes From Katrina:

“Regardless of your gender, your race, self-care is for everyone.”

“We’re human first, and we all are dealing with and have mental health; a lot of us deal with it in different ways.”

“we need to be open and vulnerable, especially for men, when it comes to therapy, and not make them feel bad if they’re in therapy, because therapy is very normal. Therapy is therapeutic and it’s self care.”

“Like a person who’s actively in the gym and workout, that’s a part of their life; therapy can be a part of your life.”

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Katrina Leggins K Nicole Writing Erika del Pozo MOT, OTR/L Joy Energy Time MedBridge Burnout Burnt Out to Lit Up Podcast
Katrina Leggins K Nicole Writing Erika del Pozo MOT, OTR/L Joy Energy Time MedBridge Burnout Burnt Out to Lit Up Podcast

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Hola! I’m Erika, an occupational therapist from Miami, FL and founder of Joy Energy Time. Get to know me and hang out with me by listening to my pod, the Burnt Out to Lit Up Podcast! ✨

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