Episode 24: Shame Resilience
with Jen Kind, LPC
Is shame keeping you from realizing your value?
In this episode, Brodie talks with Jennifer Kind, LPC, CDWF, EPC, a Psychotherapist and coach in Portland, OR who works with people cultivating more shame resilience, self-acceptance, and the ability to be kinder to themselves and others.
Jen believes shame holds people back; it is not a good motivator for change. Shame breeds fear, anxiety, depression, and paralysis.
It keeps us from becoming who we are; it keeps us from living our truth.
On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:
- The ways shame holds us back
- Unhealthy cultural attitudes about vulnerability
- How there can be no courage without vulnerability
- Ways shame can manifest in our bodies and emotions
- Ways to build resilience against shame
- The connection between shame and body image
Jennifer Kind, LPC, CDWF, EPC is a Psychotherapist and Coach in Portland, Oregon. When she’s not singing songs to her dog or braving her own humanity, she supports her clients around cultivating more shame resilience, self-acceptance, and the ability to be kinder to themselves and others.
Jennifer has a BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley and an MA in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She has also completed trainings in Hakomi, Mindfulness, and Myers-Briggs. She is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator (the work of Dr. Brené Brown), as well as a Certified Eating Psychology Coach.