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What you focus on during your doctoral program can heavily influence the state of your well-being. Your doctorate can be a scary, confusing, and complex time, and oftentimes a lot of your foundations can be up in the air. So give yourself some room to breathe! On this week’s episode of The Cohort Sistas podcast, we welcome a special guest, Dr. Ebony Butler. Dr. Ebony is a licensed psychologist and food-relationship strategist, with a Ph.D., in counseling education from the University of Houston. During our conversation today, Dr. Ebony talks about her journey of applying for a doctoral program three times and shares key insights into what she learned. We also discuss the interconnectedness of our trauma and our relationship to food. She shares about her dissertation and research, her mentors, funding, and the highs and lows of the program. We end the conversation hearing from Dr. Ebony about how you can focus on being the healthiest version of yourself and what that can look like. Don’t miss out, so make sure to check out this week’s episode.
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