1 hr 14 min

REST is Best, but Bloody Hard to Do: Find out how with Coach Marissa McKool When Burnout Becomes Reality

    • Health & Fitness

In Episode 29 of When Burnout Becomes Reality Podcast, I sit down with Marissa McKool from McKool Coaching. A public health worker from the US who experienced her own burnout prior to the pandemic and, upon recovery, made it her life's ambition to help women in the public health sector prevent, recover from, and grow from burnout.
I interviewed Marissa on a critical topic that is special to her: REST. Marissa clarifies for the listener what exactly REST is, and it isn't what you think. She shares with us the common challenges people face trying to incorporate REST into their schedules and practical takeaway steps to overcoming them. Marissa also highlights the many benefits of making space for REST in your life and how they can help you commence REST in your schedule and continue with it long after recovery from burnout.
Guest: Marissa McKool, MPH, is a former public health leader turned Burnout Coach for women in public health. She helps public health professionals reduce stress, get more time, and create a fulfilling career without burning out. She is also the host of the Redefining Rest Podcast.
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marissa-mckool-a9701892/
Website: https://www.mckoolcoaching.com/
Host: Shannon Swales is passionate about supporting others with the mental health knowledge & skills to thrive in this life, to move from chronically stressed, burnt-out states to one of wellness. A state she knows all too well after burning out Feb 21, costing her the ability to work & forcing her to move from caring for others to caring for herself. This move has helped her reach the place of wellness today, with the ability to move back to her psychology career and care for others in a more balanced way.
Business Website: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com
Book: Nothing Left to Give: A Psychologist's Path Back From Burnout www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com/nothinglefttogive
Psychology Services: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com/psychologyservices
Blog: Lessons From a Burnt Out Psychologist https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/lessons-from-a-burnt-out-psychologist
IG: www.instagram.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
FB: www.facebook.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonswales
Stay in Touch: Please like, share, follow, review or leave a comment. I will be forever grateful for your generosity.
Share Your Story/Expertise: If you’d like to share your burnout experience or are an expert in the field of burnout & would like to share your wisdom, please email me at shannonswales@burnoutpsychologysupport.com.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions, tips, etc., expressed in this podcast by myself or my guests are not a replacement for personalised therapy. As I have done for myself, I encourage those suffering to seek professional help.

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In Episode 29 of When Burnout Becomes Reality Podcast, I sit down with Marissa McKool from McKool Coaching. A public health worker from the US who experienced her own burnout prior to the pandemic and, upon recovery, made it her life's ambition to help women in the public health sector prevent, recover from, and grow from burnout.
I interviewed Marissa on a critical topic that is special to her: REST. Marissa clarifies for the listener what exactly REST is, and it isn't what you think. She shares with us the common challenges people face trying to incorporate REST into their schedules and practical takeaway steps to overcoming them. Marissa also highlights the many benefits of making space for REST in your life and how they can help you commence REST in your schedule and continue with it long after recovery from burnout.
Guest: Marissa McKool, MPH, is a former public health leader turned Burnout Coach for women in public health. She helps public health professionals reduce stress, get more time, and create a fulfilling career without burning out. She is also the host of the Redefining Rest Podcast.
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marissa-mckool-a9701892/
Website: https://www.mckoolcoaching.com/
Host: Shannon Swales is passionate about supporting others with the mental health knowledge & skills to thrive in this life, to move from chronically stressed, burnt-out states to one of wellness. A state she knows all too well after burning out Feb 21, costing her the ability to work & forcing her to move from caring for others to caring for herself. This move has helped her reach the place of wellness today, with the ability to move back to her psychology career and care for others in a more balanced way.
Business Website: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com
Book: Nothing Left to Give: A Psychologist's Path Back From Burnout www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com/nothinglefttogive
Psychology Services: www.burnoutpsychologysupport.com/psychologyservices
Blog: Lessons From a Burnt Out Psychologist https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/lessons-from-a-burnt-out-psychologist
IG: www.instagram.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
FB: www.facebook.com/burnoutpsychologysupport
LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonswales
Stay in Touch: Please like, share, follow, review or leave a comment. I will be forever grateful for your generosity.
Share Your Story/Expertise: If you’d like to share your burnout experience or are an expert in the field of burnout & would like to share your wisdom, please email me at shannonswales@burnoutpsychologysupport.com.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions, tips, etc., expressed in this podcast by myself or my guests are not a replacement for personalised therapy. As I have done for myself, I encourage those suffering to seek professional help.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1 hr 14 min

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