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Episode Info: This week, we interview Dr. Rani Bora.  Dr. Bora is a qualified Psychiatrist and Mental Health and Resilience Coach. She has studied a number of approaches to mental well-being – both traditional and non-traditional, and she focuses on holistic approaches to supporting people with their mental wellness. Since deepening her own understanding of the paradigm of ‘Innate Health and Resilience’, she has committed herself to sharing this understanding in her coaching and training and has witnessed remarkable transformation in individuals whom she has supported. In this interview we discuss Dr. Bora’s background in psychiatry, how she came to move away from more traditional psychiatric approaches and the concept of innate health and resilience. In this episode, we discuss: How Dr. Bora graduated from medical school in 1997 and became interested in connecting with people leading to specialising in psychiatry That Rani found working in India as a psychiatrist very different compared to the UK and there were very few community services with most services delivered in a hospital setting That after working in the UK, Dr. Bora became interested in self help and personal development That this led to training in parallel both as a psychiatrist and as a life coach studying Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Narrative Coaching That Rani came to see that using tools and techniques as a quick fix can be problematic, because difficulties can re-surface once people stop using the tools and techniques That Innate health and resilience (also known as the three principles) is a new paradigm pointing to the health and wellbeing within all and how the mind works That the three principles are mind, thought and consciousness That Rani sees medication and mindfulness as tools but they don’t really address the root cause of emotional distrRead more »

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