Above Ground Podcast #180: Walking the Path
“The barrier to introspection is self-awareness, “says Kim Egel , our guest for this week’s Above Ground Podcast, Episode 180. Kim chats with the guys about her path into the mental health field as a therapist in San Diego, California. Kim looks to empower and provoke change in her clients. Time to start walking the path with Kim Egel.
With no self-awareness, you will not ask yourself questions about who you are. The only way to learn is to ask questions and acquire the answers. When the journey of a thousand miles begins, it is best to have at least a general understanding of where you are headed or you will get lost. You can never plan the entire trip, but asking about your direction helps you get back on course.
Kim’s fascination with people started very early and she learned that she could make a career out of helping individuals discover who they really are. Walking the path is a continuous process. But how do we start to feel our uncomfortable feelings and sit with them?
Just start toward where you would like to head, but don’t lose your curiosity about where you are headed. Kim has more than 20 years of experience and was doing this job before Covid and now, post-Covid, the world has changed everywhere. Kim’s approach is very person-centered and works within the humanity of the individual.
Kim’s practice weaves a tapestry of modalities, a sort of extension of who she is, just like her endeavors of jewelry, photography, and blogging. Please check Kim out at any of these links.
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