36 min

Therapy for millennials: the perils of too much choice The Hoame Podcast

    • Alternative Health

Attention, Millenials: this episode is for you. Millennials get a bad reputation, given labels like entitled and disloyal, they are also known for being passionate, with very high degrees of tech literacy. Tess Brigham is a psychotherapist and coach who works with Millennials and high achievers on the unique issues that they face. Millennials face challenges, unlike their predecessors. One of the biggest of while has been the rise of social media, and its considerable impacts on their mental health. Furthermore, technology as a whole has led to information overload. This abundance of information has exposed Millennials to so much choice that they struggle to make decisions. Adding to that is social media and the comparison trap that we all fall into, which leads to self-doubt, and never feeling good enough. This isn't to say that social media doesn't have some positive attributes, but when all you're exposed to is a highlight reel, it begins to really paint a picture of this unattainable life--feeling like a failure before getting started. Listen to this episode to see how Tess, Carolyn, and Stephanie compare notes on their similar clienteles, and share strategies and insights for our Millennial listeners.
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Attention, Millenials: this episode is for you. Millennials get a bad reputation, given labels like entitled and disloyal, they are also known for being passionate, with very high degrees of tech literacy. Tess Brigham is a psychotherapist and coach who works with Millennials and high achievers on the unique issues that they face. Millennials face challenges, unlike their predecessors. One of the biggest of while has been the rise of social media, and its considerable impacts on their mental health. Furthermore, technology as a whole has led to information overload. This abundance of information has exposed Millennials to so much choice that they struggle to make decisions. Adding to that is social media and the comparison trap that we all fall into, which leads to self-doubt, and never feeling good enough. This isn't to say that social media doesn't have some positive attributes, but when all you're exposed to is a highlight reel, it begins to really paint a picture of this unattainable life--feeling like a failure before getting started. Listen to this episode to see how Tess, Carolyn, and Stephanie compare notes on their similar clienteles, and share strategies and insights for our Millennial listeners.
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Find out more about The Hoame Podcast.  

36 min

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