Cami Julaine says “You are right where you need to be”
Hello there CBT School family!
I’m so excited for you to listen to this episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, which features an incredible guest interview with Cami Julaine as part of our “We can do hard things” series. A blogger, singer, actor, and just all-around wonderful person, Cami Juliane is devoted to mental health advocacy and shares her own journey with us in this week’s episode. Cami is so open and genuine, which I absolutely love about her, and sheds light on her battle and recovery with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Trichotillomania, an Eating Disorder, Panic Attacks, and Trauma.
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Managing Anxiety Disorders, such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Phobias, Social Anxiety, and Health Anxiety, can be exhausting. It is sometimes difficult to find the motivation to keep fighting and pushing forward, which is something we all struggle with from time to time. This week, Cami Julaine shares a moving story with us of how she went from rock bottom to taking bold steps towards her recovery. She talks about the support she received from family members and close friends (the great Paula Abdul is one of them!) who urged her to get help.
What’s incredibly interesting is Cami’s blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), and a variety of many types of tools that have gotten her to where he is today. I think you will take a lot from Cami’s insight on a combination of tools, which includes some wonderful mindfulness tools to help manage Panic Disorder and Panic Attacks, and therapy because these tools are very similar to ones that we have discussed previously in episodes of Your Anxiety Toolkit. However, these tools have a little Cami Juliane-twist!
Lastly, Cami discusses her integration of spirituality with her recovery and how practicing self-care and self-compassion is an integral part of it. I haven’t talked about this topic much at all so I am sure that you will find it to be inspiring and validating. I hope you’ll pick up what makes sense for you on your journey and add it to your own toolkit!
I have one last thing for you before we say goodbye! ARE YOU READY?! ERP School, our online course for Exposure & Response Prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and other Anxiety Disorders, is COMING SOON! Stay tuned! You can sign up HERE to be added to the waitlist and be notified as soon as the course is available.
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Forward we go,