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Welcome to SelfWork. We all have things in our lives we want to change. Dr. Margaret has a compassionate, common-sense approach to mental health treatment, and uses her twenty years of experience to guide you toward the changes you want. No psychological jargon here! Dr. Margaret uses a solution-oriented approach to depression, anxiety, trauma or grief -- what she calls, "What You Can Do About It." Join her by subscribing today.

SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford | Mental Health | Depression | Perfectly Hidden Depression | Anxiety | Therapy Dr. Margaret Rutherford Compassionate Common-Sense Therapy

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Welcome to SelfWork. We all have things in our lives we want to change. Dr. Margaret has a compassionate, common-sense approach to mental health treatment, and uses her twenty years of experience to guide you toward the changes you want. No psychological jargon here! Dr. Margaret uses a solution-oriented approach to depression, anxiety, trauma or grief -- what she calls, "What You Can Do About It." Join her by subscribing today.

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4.9 out of 5
391 Ratings

391 Ratings

Angel4545 ,

So happy I found this.

Have only listened to 1 episode and already have learned some ways to communicate better. Am excited to listen to more!!

KCSavege ,

Just What I Needed

I’ve recently begun struggling with anxiety at home & work. I stumbled across your podcast searching for tips to help me cope and honestly I’ve learned a lot.

I currently go to therapy but I don’t ever really know what I’m trying to work on. My therapist is amazing, but I’ve always had a hard time discussing my feelings. This has helped me try to figure out the words I’m trying to express.

Warriorkid915 ,

Wow love your episodes

Ive struggled for many years on my own just thinking it was a problem I had to deal with on my own. Ive suffered from panic attacks for the last 10 years though its not too severe I only got 1 about every I’m guessing 3 months and just thought that’s all there was to anxiety. After a borderline anxiety attack i wanted to know more and what i realized is that there is more to anxiety there are also more than one type. I was so relieved when i found out that i was not alone even though I basically diagnosed myself with more than one type of anxiety disorder. I am fortunate to have the resources being in the military that i went medical center and let them know my symptoms, I was so fed up I was willing to ask for a mental health counseling and i did. I’m 30 years old and I didn’t know what was going on then came a simple google search that has really changed my life because i am aware of what is going on inside my head now.
Serving in the military can be a tough job I recently made the transition from enlisted to officer and this particular podcast about the imposter syndrome really moved me. During my transition i doubted myself and constantly told myself how could i have been chosen to become an officer, forgetting the fact of what i did to put myself in that situation. It was a great episode and truly want to thank you for this episodes and many more i have heard. A military episode about soldiers, spouses and family would be nice if you have had any experience in that area.

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