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Welcome back to another episode of Leading With Your Gut! On this week's episode, I have Kelley Anne from Burn Bright. Kelley is a licensed therapist with 15 years of experience. She is a gender equity and victim's rights advocate, a corporate wellness trainer, and a burnout expert. Her career has been vast, starting out in the prison system. Kelley was one of the youngest women to work in the largest men's maximum-security prison in NY State. Her job there was to run a group mental health program. Kelley has worked with military sexual trauma victims, and has run sexual violence prevention and response offices.
Kelley is the creator of Burn Bright, a company dedicated to helping high achieving, big-hearted helping professionals battle burnout. She takes the lessons that she learned from her own personal experience with burnout to help others. It's a labor of love; the way she takes care of people who take care of the world.
Kelley Anne and I also discuss the misconceptions of mental health, depression, fragility in 2020, and symptoms of burnout. You don't want to miss this episode!
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