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Are you a young adult with anxiety or depression looking for holistic psychotherapy services in Pasadena or Los Angeles, CA? Natalie Moore is a somatic (mind/body/spirit) therapist who specializes in helping creative millennials with lofty goals who don't want to be held back by fear and self-doubt.

Ep 9: Burnout recovery tools


We're here to inspire you to tap into the Infinite Well within you — a deep source of resilience and intuition — to be your own healer and your own expert in life. Are you ready to be tuned in to alternative ways of viewing wellness, relationships and abundance? One that acknowledges our wholeness and our innate ability to heal ourselves? Listen in!

Ep 9: Burnout recovery tools

Natalie + Kate

Hey Infinite Beings!

Welcome back! In Episode 8 we introduced the concept of burnout and here in Episode 9 we pick up where we left off and discuss:

  • The definition of burnout

  • Kate and Natalie’s respective burnout recovery stories

  • Burnout recovery tools

  • Each of our growing edges in preventing burnout

Here’s the breakdown:

01:12 Kate gives some context around the mini-burnout she and Natalie went through since the last episode

03:13 Natalie defines burnout

06:35 Natalie shares the biggest healing piece for her burnout recovery

08:02 Natalie says that she  and Kate don’t believe in random coincidences!

08:33 Natalie shares that she over-identifies with her career

09:14 Natalie says “I had to redefine myself…It’s healing to de-identify with what you do…Do I have intrinsic value just being me?”

12:14 Kate says “We’re here to remember, not to learn new things”

13:07 Kate talks about her burnout recovery journey from the perspective of mind, body and spirit

16:23 Kate says that surrounding herself with beautiful things helped her heart and her spirit

19:06 Kate talks about mind training and about how thoughts become things

20:13 Natalie talks about connecting to things that are so simple, but pleasurable and getting more intimately acquainted with the senses

20:57 Natalie describes the healing aspect of spending time with people who love you for you, not for your accomplishments

23:10 Kate calls out the Puritanical belief system and basis of America

24:20 Natalie shares her “slipper rebellion”

26:32 Kate talks about “doing the next best thing for yourself” to get your internal guidance system back online

28:34 Natalie says “you’re just move the needle forward. Some days don’t feel all that epic”

29:33 Kate says that community is so important in burnout-recovery

32:09 Natalie shares about how it’s often difficult for her to reach out to friends when she’s in need

34:13 Kate shares that her growing edge here is identifying burnout symptoms earlier on

35:51 Natalie shares that even self-care activities like yoga classes requires energy

37:11 Natalie talks about taking on too many exciting projects and then needing to backpedal

Without further ado, here is episode 9 of the Infinite Well podcast! Enjoy.


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Natalie Moore | Holistic Psychotherapy | Pasadena & Los Angeles | Mind/Body/Spirit Therapy for Young Adults with Anxiety

about the podcasters

Kate Sullivan [left] is an Empowerment Coach and Natalie Moore [right] is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Both were raised in Northeast L.A., enjoy hiking and speak Spanish fluently. Kate likes coco-almond milk and Natalie prefers hemp.