Join veterinarian, fitness instructor, and habits junkie Katie Berlin and her guests as they talk about how prioritizing physical health and fitness can not only change our mental health and enable us to shape a career we love, but also teach us how to see ourselves in a new way and open doors we never thought possible.
In A World Without Diet Culture..., with Dr. Amy Porto
Get perspective on the pervasive nature of diet culture with Dr. Amy Porto, registered dietitian, professor, and certified intuitive eating counselor.
TVR Mini: How A Coach Can Change Your Life
Why I think coaching is so important - and why I became one (spoiler: to help others love running as much as I do - especially those who don't think they're meant to run).
A Lauren in Motion Will Stay in Motion, with Dr. Lauren Smith
Dr. Lauren Smith of The Vetitude stops by to discuss loneliness, empathy, learned helplessness, and those universal demons: body image, diet culture, weight stigma, and why commenting on someone's weight loss can be exactly what they don't need to hear.
The World Is Endless, with Dr. Alissa Edoff
What do beekeeping, bodybuilding, and being your own boss have in common? They're just some of the topics we touch on in my conversation with Dr. Alissa Edoff, rehab and acupuncture vet and fellow movement junkie.
You Can Be Miserable With A Six-Pack, with Dr. Quincy Hawley
Catch and spread some contagious inspiration from one of the brightest lights in veterinary wellness .
I Love Change... Change Is Hard, with Dr. Marci Kirk
Dr. Marci Kirk, fellow run-nerd and champion for recent graduates at the AVMA, chat about leadership, disillusionment, and the value of life outside vet med.
The right reasons
This is health and wellness podcast but it is NOT a podcast about getting your flattest abs. Dr. Berlin and her guests show us that prioritizing our health is about so much more than looking good, it’s about taking care of our bodies and our minds so we can be our best selves for us, our loved ones, our colleagues, our clients and our patients.
The Motivation I Need
This podcast came along right as I started my reset after a back injury. I had blamed my failure to truly recover on my work, but listening to others in vet med overcome obstacles and find ways to value their physical and mental health in the face of stressful veterinary careers has been the motivation I needed. Thank you, Dr. Katie Berlin for this podcast!
Wow, what a great podcast! Veterinary medicine needs these lessons! I’m very grateful Dr. Berlin is helping us to be healthier, both in body and mind.