Modern and Meaningful Mental Health, Sobriety, Recovery and Wellness with Author, Clinical Counselor, and Master Coach Lynn Matti. Helpful discussions and tips for healing from stress, addiction, co-dependency, overwork, relationship problems, perfectionism and more. Lynn freely offers her professional and personal wisdom, evidenced-based therapy along with new and time tested tools, guidance, and inspiration for seekers of holistic mental wellness. Her mission is to help others choose, moderation, abstinence, sobriety or Recovery from busyness, overuse or addiction to alcohol, other substances or unhealthy behaviors. Lynn specializes in working with healers, helpers, survivors, and highly sensitive people (HSP Peeps), to build a happy life of awareness, insight, honesty, integrity, genuineness, true self-care & development Living life from the inside out! Find the latest research around addiction, mental health and neurobiology content at www.sobersoulrecovery.net Lynn teaches online and in-person at the intersection of resilience, courage, and hope. Known for her quirkiness, wisdom, and authenticity she brings tested, interesting, and fun practices and perspectives to her individual clients and group endeavors.
137: You Can’t Always Believe Your Brain
Learn how to filter out the truth from the lies within the chatter of thoughts, beliefs and memories in your mind. Raising awareness of your subconscious and automatic thoughts opens the door to a new reality.
136: Brain Development, Lifespan and Addiction.
Looking at addiction and recovery through the lens of lifespan developmental psychology helps experts develop effective interventions for preventing and treating addiction. Here, we consider developmental psychology and the role of human development in the development and treatment of addiction.
135: It's Time to Double Down on All That is Good!
Learn where Lynn was last week and why along with some simple ways to find our happy with focusing on the good in our lives.
134: Are You a People Pleaser? 7 Tips for Saying No.
Do you consider yourself a people pleaser?
Do you find yourself saying “yes” to people only to regret it moments later?
Do you tend to put others’ needs before your own?
If you answered in the affirmative to any of the above questions, it may serve you to become better at saying “no.”
133: The Game Changing Power of Acceptance.
Acceptance is one of the most powerful states of mind you can be in because once you've accepted the reality of something you are then at your most empowered to do something about it
132: Procrastination is About Managing Emotions, Not Time.
You think that tackling your to-do list will make you happier, less stressed, and more content, but you (all too often) don’t get there. Learn how to see a new path through procrastination!