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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Megan Bruneau. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Megan Bruneau, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Megan Bruneau. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Megan Bruneau, often where they are interviewed.

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Saying Farewell to Perfectionism with Megan Bruneau

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Humans are linear thinkers—meaning we think that one action leads directly to the next and so on.  But we forget that while we're trying to progress, our subconscious patterning pulls us back and things from our past can slow us down, preventing us from moving forward at all. And it’s happening TO US for a reason—your past is asking to be healed. Today, host Sarah Anne sits down and chats with one of her best friends, health therapist Megan Bruneau, to discuss how our growth isn’t linear—and when we don’t give ourselves a sacred pause to resolve our past hurts, we end up in a cycle of swimming upstream without awareness that we're even in the river. In this powerful episode, Megan shares why letting go of your past sets you free, and how to let go of the perfectionism that often drives us, along with the shame and guilt that holds us back from stepping into our greatest selves.

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Jul 14 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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#97: Changing Our Relationship with Discomfort with Megan Bruneau, M.A. RCC

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We want Megan Bruneau to be our new therapist — or at least our friend who we invite out for drinks and free advice. She’s a therapist, executive coach, and speaker who takes a no-bullshit approach to coaching. We talk a lot about sitting in discomfort and how to navigate it, as well as the dangers of using “spiritual bypassing” to avoid stress. Right now is a time of incredible discomfort for all of us, and we’re all trying to navigate it as best we can by staying informed and having conversations — like this one.

Megan talks about...

  • Changing our relationship with discomfort
  • Weighing the risks of involvement or silence
  • The danger of forced positivity
  • The importance of feeling our feelings
  • Spiritual Bypassing--this concept blew our minds-- and how it can be damaging
  • Being compassionate to yourself

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Jul 01 2020 · 54mins

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Episode #132: How to recover from disordered eating + tips on overcoming guilt, shame, and perfectionism with therapist Megan Bruneau

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We have all experienced shame before: the feeling that we are not enough, or that we do not live up to certain standards or ideals. But what happens when this shame spirals out of control? What happens when it overtakes our life, and affects the way we think and behave?
In this week’s podcast I speak with Megan Bruneau, a psychologist and registered counselor who specializes in crisis support, compassion-based therapy and executive coaching, about the problem of shame, learning how to love yourself despite your imperfections, how to help someone with an eating disorder, the danger of medicalizing normal human emotions and why positive affirmations often fail. 
Megan has been featured on national television programs like Good Morning America and The T.D. Jakes Show) and is a regular contributor to Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen and Forbes. Using both her personal and professional experience, her goal is to teach people to face and learn to live with their imperfections and be kinder to themselves. As Megan says, we are all a journey, and we are all worthy of being loved, and there is room for both joy and sorrow in life. You don’t have to wait till you feel happy or look a certain way or have a particular life or succeed at something to feel like you belong and that you matter, because you are worthy, right here, right now. 
Megan’s website: https://meganbruneau.com

Follow Megan on social media:
 
https://www.instagram.com/meganjbruneau/ https://www.facebook.com/meganbruneauma https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5EC_tOiVRKk3ftpqTdviuw
Podcast Time Highlights:
3:00 Megan’s background and her personal battle with perfectionism and shame
5:30 Why positive affirmations don’t work
10:18 Why the happiness industry is dangerous
12:43 Why we need to deal with difficult emotions
20:00 What are some of the major issues we face today?
25:00 How to heal eating disorders
54:45 The importance of self-compassion and purpose 
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Feb 23 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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172: Spotting a narcissist, healing from trauma, anxiety, and the gut-brain connection with psychotherapist Megan Bruneau, M.A.

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When it comes to inspiring professionals in the mental health field, psychotherapist and writer Megan Bruneau, M.A., has quite the impressive resume: She has seven years of education in psychology, her own private practice, and was dubbed by Deepak Chopra as "the millennials' therapist." She sits down with mbg founder and co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss her personal health journey, both with her relationship to food and her relationship to yoga and meditation. In addition to how she healed from an eating disorder, tune in to hear therapist-approved tips on when it’s time to leave a relationship, how to know when you’re dating a narcissist, and how to tell if your ambition is turning into perfectionism.  

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Jan 14 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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[BEST OF 2019] Cutting Off the Breadcrumbs of Hope with Megan Bruneau

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[Author's note: this episode originally aired on August 22, 2019 and is my second-most downloaded episode of the entire year.  Upon releasing it, there was a massive outpouring of positive feedback and comments about this game-changing episode, and is a must-listen!]

I've been following the incredible Megan Bruneau on Instagram for some time now, and am absolutely delighted to introduce you to her on the podcast today! 

Quoted by Deepak Chopra as the “Millennials’ therapist,” Megan’s no-bullshit, relatable voice has garnered over 30m views and landed appearanceson The T.D. Jakes Show, Good Morning Americaand New York 1 Morning News. Transparent about her own mental health, eating disorder history, frequent heartaches and uncertain entrepreneurial life in New York City, Megan’s vulnerable and humorous writing-style has inspired dozens of viral articles– making her a Huffington Post– homepage regular, MindBodyGreen, and Forbesfavorite.

Megan has a master of arts in counseling psychology and a bachelor of arts in psychology and social work. With 12+ years experience providing crisis support, therapy, and coaching, she’s a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #6420) in the province of British Columbia and sees clients globally as a coach. By sharing her personal experiences alongside her professional expertise, Megan seeks to change the way people relate to their inner and outer worlds. You can explore more of her wisdom on herFailure Factor Podcast, her YouTube channel, and her columns on Thrillist, Thought Catalog, Gaia, Entrepreneur, Verily and Quartz

Megan and I covered a LOT in this podcast, and she even asked me to open up a little bit about the reasons behind ending my 9-year long term relationship.  We discussed:

  • The breadcrumbs of hope: those reinforcement hits we get when we’re hanging on to a relationship that isn’t serving us, but keeps roping us back in for more
  • Attachment issues, the moments of validation that we search for, and this entire concept of the pain/time continuum that can spike our pain when we think about walking away to the point that it keeps us stuck
  • The cost of compassion and what can happen when we have an overabundance of compassion
  • Loneliness, manipulation, guilt, shame and self-sabotage
  • Compromise vs. boundaries
  • This concept we seem to have that creativity has to come from pain

This entire episode was incredibly special from start to finish, please make sure to connect with Megan and show her some love for coming on!  

CONNECT WITH MEGAN

meganbruneau.com

Podcast: Failure Factor

Instagram @meganjbruneau

Facebook @ Megan Bruneau

YouTube @ Megan Bruneau

REFERENCES

Room to Grow Podcast episode #117, The 9 Year Affair: Lessons in Infidelity

Room to Grow Podcast episode #24, Victim Mindset with Christina Montalvo

Room to Grow Podcast episode #93, Choosing Your Family & Establishing Healthy Boundaries

Megan's Father's Day Instagram post

Elizabeth Gilbert's Instagram post on why creativity doesn't have to come from pain

Attachment Theory in Practice, by Sue Johnson

Hold Me Tight, by Sue Johnson

The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation, by Deb A. Dana

Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself,by Kristin Neff

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Questions?  Comments? Want to connect and chat? You can email me at info@emilygoughcoaching.com, or DM me over on Instagram @emilygoughcoach with any questions, comments, or takeaways!  Plus, I would absolutely love to connect with you and thank you for listening in real life.  It makes me day to see you listening to the podcast and fills me up with pure joy. Seriously.  See you on the ‘gram!

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Jan 02 2020 · 1hr
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Perfect People Problems with Megan Bruneau

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Oct 24 2019 · 35mins
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No BS with Megan Bruneau

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In this special hour long conversation, John Kim (The Angry Therapist) speaks with therapist and coach Megan Bruneau (https://meganbruneau.com/) about her experience with eating disorders, depression, finding her voice and helping others.

John Kim is doing things differently. Therapy in a shotglass. One hour, no filler.

Want texts from Angry? https://www.theangrytherapist.com/texts____

Music in this episode is by Keshco. The Angry Therapist Podcast is Produced and Audio Engineered by Amanda Meyncke, with support from Stephanie Zoccatelli.

Want to change your own life, give back to others and change the way others experience the world? Let's talk. Become a life coach.

Aug 29 2019 · 1hr 19mins
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2 JJ & Megan Bruneau, the “Millennials’ therapist”

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Quoted by Deepak Chopra as the “Millennials’ therapist,” Megan’s no-bullshit, relatable voice has garnered over 30m views. Transparent about her own mental health, eating disorder history, frequent heartaches and uncertain entrepreneurial life in New York City, Megan’s vulnerable and humorous writing-style has inspired dozens of viral articles – making her a Huffington Post – homepage regular, MindBodyGreen, and Forbes favorite. We are so excited to have her on Savoir Vivre.
Aug 28 2019 · 44mins
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Facilitating Happiness, with therapist Megan Bruneau

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If you or someone you know might be a good guest for the Are You Happy? podcast please contact me at areyouhappypodcast@gmail.com.

Be sure to follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/@drew_tomlinson

This week I talk with therapist and executive coach Megan Bruneau. We discuss finding happiness through therapy, and how to know when it is the right time to pursue professional help. Interestingly, we also dive into how those in the mental health profession stay happy and allow themselves to stay in the right space in order to continue to help others.

* You can learn more about Megan at her website: https://meganbruneau.com/
* As mentioned on the show, the best way to connect with Megan is via Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meganjbruneau/
* You also can find Megan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/meganbruneauma

Subscribe to this show at:

* www.areyouhappypodcast.com

* http://applepodcasts.areyouhappypodcast.com
* http://spotify.areyouhappypodcast.com
* http://googleplay.areyouhappypodcast.com
Jun 26 2019 · 40mins
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Reaching Resilience and Emotional Intelligence - Megan Bruneau - nurseMark #3

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In the first part of this episode we talk with Megan Bruneau about resilience and emotional intelligence. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity and not live the event in your present moment or future. Is it nature or nurture? Why do some people let it go and move on and some people get stuck? In the second half we talk about Emotional Intelligence and finally the overlap between resilience and emotional intelligence.
 
Takeaways:
Creating resilience
Positively processing emotions and moving on
Importance of social connection
Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
Being balanced in our connection to other people
 Links/Info:
www.meganbruneau.com
Facebook: @meganbruneauma
Instagram: meganjbruneau
Twitter: @MeganBruneau
Apr 09 2019 · 1hr 8mins
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