If you have trouble finding time to practice self-care, maybe you need a new system. Dr. Karen Dudek-Brannan joins us on the podcast today to discuss avoiding burnout through systems. Setting clear boundaries and systems to keep yourself on track is so important. The Drs chat about ways to do this and more in this engaging episode.
Dr. Karen Dudek-Brannan, founder and CEO of Dr. Karen, LLC, a company focused on empowering educators to support language, literacy, executive functioning, and cognitive wellness. She currently offers online professional development focused on helping K-12 therapists (SLPs, psychologists, social workers, and other service providers) develop programs and services that support students in the areas of language, literacy, and executive functioning.
Dr. Karen is a licensed SLP and has a doctorate in special education. She spent 14 years in the school systems before starting an online education company in 2015. She’s currently the host of the De Facto Leaders podcast, where she shares up-to-date, evidence-based practices, personal experiences, and guest interviews designed to help clinicians and educators feel more confident in the way they serve their caseloads, so they can help school-age kids grow up to be successful, kind, well-adjusted people.
- Dr. Karen’s Website
- Tim Urban – inside the mind of a master procrastinator
- Dr. Cook-Cottone Self-Care Assessment
- Dr. MC’s dissertation
- Dr. MC on Dr. Karen’s De Facto Leaders Podcast