Kerrie Thompson Mohr is the founder and owner of the Good Place Therapy in Manhattan, a compassionate and results-oriented group psychotherapy practice. Prior to founding a Good Place, Kerrie a licensed clinical social worker spent her career in various non-profit leadership roles between New York and San Francisco. Her mission has focused on creating empowerment opportunities to target individual and community interventions.
In her free time, Kerrie enjoys volunteering as a New York City chapter leader for Sidewalk Talk, a non-profit organisation that focuses on healing a disconnected world through the art of listening.
What she likes about being a therapist
How her life improved with this job
On bringing soul and spirit into the work
On asking the religion of her clients
Importance of spirituality or religion for someone who’s experiencing loss
An example of a prayer she shared with a client
The importance of finding your own interpretation
Phrase or concept she finds herself repeating all the time
On Sidewalk Talk Community
How she teaches people to listen well while having their talk
Her growing edges
Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life by Susan David Links:
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