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Who helps the helpers? The My Inner Therapist Podcast supports the education and evolution of social workers, therapists, healthcare workers, and undervalued professionals who find themselves constantly questioning—why do I do this work?

Helping professionals are tasked with the overwhelming job of supporting the growth and healing of others. And more often than not, we do it at the sacrifice of our own health and sanity. The My Inner Therapist podcast hosted by social worker and instructor, Nikole Seals, is an inclusive space for helping professionals to get emotional support, mentoring, inspiration, and strategies for reinventing our careers.

Burnout, dissatisfaction, debt, and doubt shouldn’t be the norm. Learn what they don’t teach you in graduate school. Join Nikole and special guests as they candidly speak on workplace challenges, the emotional tax we pay, transitioning careers, and re-inventing yourself for a free agent economy. Listen, Learn, & Laugh your way to personal and professional fulfillment.

Jun 26, 2019

In this last episode of Season 1, Nikole discusses next seasons plans to create an inclusive, safe space where women of color can learn valuable skills for managing bias and exclusion while getting insightful advice for overcoming the mental barriers of doubt and inferiority that keeps us from reaching our potential....

Jun 12, 2019

Are you aware of how emotional suffering and pain gets passed down from one generation to the next? Not many people do because we unknowingly inherit this pain and rarely make the connection to our present-day circumstances.

In this episode, Nikole shares her personal journey of discovering her generational pain and how...

Jun 6, 2019

Calling all Women! Let's have a candid talk about why we tear each other down. Now, more than ever, we need to look past our difference and learn to support and uplift each other. Start by surrounding yourself with like-minded women. I’ll share my advice for creating a powerful network of supportive women and how...