This week's practice tip is an extended conversation from Episode 4 where Wanda and Rita share tips about building healthy boundaries and referring friends to other support systems--primarily illustrated by them talking about overcoming their own relationship challenges. This practice tip is to resource you in engaging in healthy relationship practices and to come to a better understanding of what one's capacity is to support a loved one in need.
In the previous episode, Wanda and Rita engage in conversation about healing being personal/individual, immigrant familial conflicts, and seeking support in the form of psychotherapy.
Check out the corresponding conversation between Rita and Wanda titled: E4: #HealingTheHealer-- Wanda Pathomrit on healing as individual/personal + overcoming immigrant familial conflicts
REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE:
PMRTeam (Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams)
Call to consult: 1-800-854-7771 (open 24/7)
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