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Episode 22: Dr Taylor Burrowes, PhD, Mental Health Coach The Body Clock Podcast

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Dr. Burrowes has 14 years of clinical mental health and marriage/family experience and a PhD in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling. She was licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist until April 2019.

She decided to officially leave health care and continue providing value through coaching for the mutual benefit of her clients and herself. In this episode we dive into what makes healthy relationships and how coaching can help with mental health.

Transcript

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated to individual needs – an AM/PM cleanser, AM/PM treatment pads, daily pre and probiotic mix and targeted pimple patches for stubborn pimples. The products are made with clean natural ingredients and a special blend of pre, pro and post biotics that fight acne from inside out and outside in.

The kit is complemented by Dermala acne tracker. By tracking the treatment progress with the app, the product formulation is continually optimized based on the treatment results. Take the skin quiz on Dermala.com. Get your personalized kit delivered to your door and start fighting your hashtag FOBO or your fear of breaking out. That’s Dermala.com d e r m a l a dot com. Thanks and hope you enjoy the show.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hey, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. Today, we’re very fortunate to be joined by Dr. Taylor Burrows, who is joining us from Miami. So, hey, Dr. Burrows, how you doing?

Dr. Taylor Burrows: I’m doing well, thanks. Thanks for having me.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: No, I’m so glad you could come on. It’s so refreshing to have someone on who’s not only a mental health advocate, but such an expert as a coach. Could you go into your background for the listeners before we dive in?

Dr. Taylor Burrows: Sure. Well, I was trained as a mental health professional. I have a Ph.D. in Marriage Couples and Family Counseling. My Masters was in General Counseling. And I had two licenses in my clinical practice of 14 years. One was in mental health and one was in marriage couples and family therapy. But basically now I’ve transitioned out of the healthcare system, the formal health care system to do online coaching work using that background. So I find that to me it’s a better fit because it’s more action oriented and it puts the accountability on the client vs. almost like that perpetual enabling that kind of happens in a traditional practice I found. So this is definitely more involved for the clients to be more solution focused and action oriented.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Wow, so I mean, you’ve really thought things through and come up with a strategy that seems to really work with your clients. I’m following you on Twitter. I know you’re very popular with a lot of people and it seems you’ve been able to form those kind of human bonds with a lo...

Listen on: Apple | Google Play | Spotify | TuneIn

Dr. Burrowes has 14 years of clinical mental health and marriage/family experience and a PhD in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling. She was licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist until April 2019.

She decided to officially leave health care and continue providing value through coaching for the mutual benefit of her clients and herself. In this episode we dive into what makes healthy relationships and how coaching can help with mental health.

Transcript

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated to individual needs – an AM/PM cleanser, AM/PM treatment pads, daily pre and probiotic mix and targeted pimple patches for stubborn pimples. The products are made with clean natural ingredients and a special blend of pre, pro and post biotics that fight acne from inside out and outside in.

The kit is complemented by Dermala acne tracker. By tracking the treatment progress with the app, the product formulation is continually optimized based on the treatment results. Take the skin quiz on Dermala.com. Get your personalized kit delivered to your door and start fighting your hashtag FOBO or your fear of breaking out. That’s Dermala.com d e r m a l a dot com. Thanks and hope you enjoy the show.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hey, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. Today, we’re very fortunate to be joined by Dr. Taylor Burrows, who is joining us from Miami. So, hey, Dr. Burrows, how you doing?

Dr. Taylor Burrows: I’m doing well, thanks. Thanks for having me.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: No, I’m so glad you could come on. It’s so refreshing to have someone on who’s not only a mental health advocate, but such an expert as a coach. Could you go into your background for the listeners before we dive in?

Dr. Taylor Burrows: Sure. Well, I was trained as a mental health professional. I have a Ph.D. in Marriage Couples and Family Counseling. My Masters was in General Counseling. And I had two licenses in my clinical practice of 14 years. One was in mental health and one was in marriage couples and family therapy. But basically now I’ve transitioned out of the healthcare system, the formal health care system to do online coaching work using that background. So I find that to me it’s a better fit because it’s more action oriented and it puts the accountability on the client vs. almost like that perpetual enabling that kind of happens in a traditional practice I found. So this is definitely more involved for the clients to be more solution focused and action oriented.

Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Wow, so I mean, you’ve really thought things through and come up with a strategy that seems to really work with your clients. I’m following you on Twitter. I know you’re very popular with a lot of people and it seems you’ve been able to form those kind of human bonds with a lo...

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