Interview with Megan Bruneau, M.A. RCC therapist extradonaire
Megan Bruneau, M.A. RCC is a psychotherapist, wellness expert, blogger, and lover of sport and satire and an amazing thinker. She also comes from a family of very high level athletes, some of them Olympians.
I loved learning about the mind from this totally open, honest and very candid woman who tells it like it is; we’re all not perfect and that’s way okay; and this even includes therapists themselves like Megan.
You won’t find many as up front and as clear on “issues” as Megan is. Listen in, gain some insights and ask her questions.
- If you’re an athlete seeking to understand yourself better, listen…..
- If you’re struggling with an issue that needs to go away, listen…..
- If you’re dealing with denial or anger, listen in….
She’s direct to the point, candid, buy deeply empathetic – and eminently loveable.
Among other things, she tells us of a destructive relationship dealing with perfectionism and disordered eating that caused her umpteenth over exercise-induced injury. Seeking solutions, she found (reluctantly) yoga — and discovered self-compassion.
But the road to this was very bumpy. Again, you must hear her story. She doesn’t hold back.
Later, Megan realized why Buddhism has sustained for thousands of years and she now brings the philosophy into the counseling room to help her clients change their relationship to their struggles and to themselves.
Megan currently lives in New York City. If you’re interested in working with this amazing therapist in person or remotely, please email me and I’ll pass your wishes on to her.