Empowerment confronting your issues, and how to protect and heal relationships. Questions to pick a counselor, avoiding burnout, are you Crazy?, Passionate career women overcomes obstacles and loves treating anxiety, depression and family issues.
Take a trip in circumstances that one person would see as adversity and Dr Holder turned into an extreme passion. Wait listed for law school- no problem, master in psychology was her true calling. Getting bored at work – she pursed an MBA with a Health Administration concentration but quickly released that accounting and the advanced statistics was just not going to work for her. Solution, the Phd program, but she didn’t want to be a teacher and what she discovered was the endless possibility of clients that she could see with this advanced degree.
She found a passion inside herself that was actually always there since high school and now she can use that as fuel to empower others. Dr Holder is in love with her counseling career choice.
Dr. Dinelly Holder holds a Ph.D. in Human Services and Counseling Studies and a Masters’ Degree in Education and Rehabilitation Counseling. She is a licensed psychotherapist and is Board Certified National Counselor and Clinical Mental Health Counselor and utilizes various therapeutic orientations to assist individuals in developing coping skills to overcome problem life areas.
When you see a current problem, she sees a future solution. She doesn’t want you to have to see a counselor for a long time for the same issue. Her goal is to EMPOWER you to help yourself, help your relationships, family and community.
Can counselors have their own quota and agendas that make it difficult for the client to reach their goals?
If changing counselors or starting for the first time, what are some questions to ask to gauge if the fit between the two of you will match?
Empowerment is her passion. She gives a great example about a suicidal or heavily depressed person and the outcome after a session.
Are you “Crazy” if you see a therapist? Are we built for Love and Relationships? Did we deserve to be hurt by others? Am I enough? Does he love Me?
Can depression and anxiety be linked to suppressed mental health troubles?
Dr. Holder is your partner, a detective… point you in the right direction and let you reveal your inner- self to yourself in a safe environment.
She talks a little about ageism, sexism and racism and how she personally confronts it and thrives.
What are the reasons people get burned out at work and ways to combat those feelings. What are the classifications of burn out?
How does Dr Holder (and us for that matter) able to deal with those clients that…we’d maybe rather not have?
She gives lots of speeches and talks at conferences internationally. Dr. Holder is excellent at anxiety patients and would love to niche in celebrity counseling because they have such a huge platform to spread Love and Empowerment. If she had to pick one area that she excels at… relationship counseling.
Will marriage and a kid bring you together and make your issues resolve?
A very neat trend she is seeing: men are starting to see counselors about relationship without the stigma of ‘I’m crazy’ or ‘that’s not manly’.
Near the end you will be impressed by her hobbies.
When she gives talks to students that ‘Look Like Her’, she can see in their eyes that “Hey, she looks like me and has become a Doctor… maybe I can do that too”.
Yet again we hear, successful relationships are built on continual dating your spouse but she adds a Very Important Side Note (or 2) that you have to hear. HINT: airline oxygen masks
Do you think family, single friends, other couples or a counselor is the best place to ask or complain about your spouse? Who protects the relationship and who doesn’t?
We chat about fasting as well near the end.
Show notes can be found at www.adoctorsperspective.net/46 here you can also find tweetable quotes, links to things mentioned and the Travel Tip