This week's episode, I spoke with Deepa Pulipati, a friend that I met from our Bollywood dance class. We get a therapist’s expertise about cultivating healthy self-confidence and self-esteem, and she was kind enough to share some of her struggles wi...
This week's episode, I spoke with Deepa Pulipati, a friend that I met from our Bollywood dance class. We get a therapist’s expertise about cultivating healthy self-confidence and self-esteem, and she was kind enough to share some of her struggles with confidence as an Indian immigrant making her way through graduate school in the U.S. You will find out some of the pitfalls that can lead to a lack of confidence and she talks about solutions to build it back up. I love Deepa's message that it’s never too late to have a strong sense of inner confidence even when your dreams and passions get tested.
Deepa Pulipati is a mother to a 14-year-old boy who keeps her on her toes, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, a Certified facilitator for Brené Brown workshops for Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and BOLD teen workshops. She also specializes in working with parents in custody conflicts and mediating their parenting agreements. And she is currently Adjunct Faculty at Antioch University in Santa Barbara, teaching in their Master of Clinical Psychology Program.
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Sharmila Mali is a Self-Love Expert, intuitive healer, Reiki Master Teacher, Akashic Records Reader (in addition to being a podcaster) and for the past 19 years or so, most of her clients have been women, who want to get over their ex. She also teaches intuitive energy healing and Reiki.
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