The following autobiographical interview is taken from the Medika.life health and wellness publication and repurposed for Medium.
Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you born, and do you still live in your birth country? …
Over the past few years, I’ve spoken with countless Business Analysts who express confusion over where they fit into their agile work environment.
Agile Transformations focus primarily on adopting and cultivating specific roles and corresponding responsibilities pending on the chosen framework.
Can we be traumatized even if we’ve had a “nice” life?
People often think we have to suffer from childhood abuse or the war to have trauma. However, this is not true.
Trauma is caused by being overwhelmed and feeling powerless. While the concept is relatively subjective, some good examples…
Have you ever said yes to too many opportunities until you stop and realize that life doesn’t provide enough hours in the day to accommodate all those “yes’s” you’ve committed to?
I am one of those people. And I guarantee I’m not alone.
Donald W. Winnicott, an English pediatrician, and psychoanalyst first introduced the theory of False-self and True-Self in 1960. In our final, Part Three story, we delve into Winnicott’s Christian, Wesleyan upbringing and how his False-Self, True Self theory was impacted by his belief system despite the psychoanalyst’s intention for his…
Thank you, Paul!
I think how we approach the topic matters and you may find writing about your experience therapeutic. For me, it is recognizing and honoring the suffering of others while keeping space for my own interpretation.
There are also universal and positive truths for everyone — for example, fewer cars on the road meant lower pollution levels regardless if you caught Covid or not.
Was our old way of living actually working? Not so much. I think Covid is a wake-up call for humans to evaluate our lifestyles and the direct impact each of us has on the environment.
Hope I can read your story soon! Wishing you the best — Lisa
Self-care is a buzzword thrown around haphazardly these days, generating mixed reactions depending on who you talk to. However, the term holds relevance in the therapeutic and coaching community. How can a therapist or coach have safe and effective use of themself while engaging with clients? Enter the acronym “SEUS.”
In July and August 2021, I supported the activation of two new Agile Product Delivery Teams within the organization I work for. Here was the perfect opportunity to kick start our groups using a co-created mechanism for how we want to behave and work together.
However, when it came to…