Karen Carlucci is a licensed Psychotherapist and Professional Coach in New York City specializing in helping people through the unexpected. Since losing her fiancé suddenly on September 11th, she has been working on strengthening her own resiliency both personally and professionally through writing, speaking and connecting with others. In addition to a BA in Human Resources and an MSW from New York University’s School of Social Work, she holds certificates in Training and Organizational Development and Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Karen has been an adjunct instructor of Short-Term Therapies and Crisis Intervention at NYU’s Silver School of Social Work and currently serves on the Advisory Board for Aircraft Casualty Emotional Support Services (ACCESS) and as a Field/Academic Advisor at Columbia University School of Social Work.
Let’s dig into the highlights!
About Karen and her business [3.25]
Let your needs come forward without judgement as they are telling you something about yourself [10.20]
Your needs should be heard [12.18]
A discussion about overwhelm and high achievers [12.50]
How to know when to pause and reassess [16.20]
It’s okay to reach out for help [21.40]
How to work with Karen [22.00]