Tools & Resources
I love spending time reading and researching in my field. Here you’ll find a curated selection of books, articles, and blog posts, plus courses, meditations and links to organizations that can help you learn more about everything from anti-racism and social justice to animal behavior and healing from trauma. You'll also find my quiz for Identifying and Moving Through Shame, which will help you learn the differences between shame, blame, and guilt, along with techniques for building self-compassion.
I encourage you to explore these tools and resources, and I welcome your feedback and recommendations for additions to the list! As always, if you'd like to connect about therapy, equine-assisted therapy, and social justice education and consulting, I invite you to reach out.
Identifying and Moving Through Shame
Shame is a universal emotion. Brené Brown defines it as the intensely painful experience of believing that we’re flawed and therefore unworthy of love, belonging and connection. That makes shame a major barrier to change. Being able to identify feelings of shame is an important step in understanding how to move through those feelings to experience more of the good stuff – more love, belonging and connection.
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