Episode: Destigmatizing Mental Health in the Tech Industry with Jen Akullian, PhD


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Destigmatizing Mental Health in the Tech Industry with Jen Akullian, PhD

Are we hearing about depression and anxiety more because we have social media, or is social media exacerbating more mental health issues. Scott talks to psychologist Jennifer Akullian, PhD from the Growth Coaching Institute about how she coaches tech professionals through these challenges in our hyper-connected world. Jen's work focuses on de-stigmatizing mental health, addressing the disabling impact of industry stress and burnout, and helping to improve individual and organizational wellness and performance.



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