Come join registered psychologist Dr. Paola Lake on the Dr. Lake Show, as we engage in conversations that inspire, inform, or provoke thought. You will hear diverse perspectives from experts, spiritual questers, and anyone with a story to tell about matters that matter most to you and your community.
We will explore diverse topics relevant to our well-being, and many more. The show will be a venue to provide you with resources for personal empowerment, growth, and realizing your full potential. Creating positive change… one conversation at a time.
Registered psychologist Dr. Paola Lake and retired nurse Ginny Gossen examine the how the demands of the workplace can lead to burnout. We take a look at the pressures that lead to burnout, explore ways to prevent burning out, and share methods that may help when experiencing burnout.
What does it mean to be lonely? How can we cope with the feeling of being lonely? Registered psychologist Dr. Paola Lake explores some of her observations and thoughts on how individuals can deal with the emotions that come with being alone.
Registered psychologist Dr. Paola Lake sits down with retired registered psychologist Dr. Larry Waterman for a discussion about love and why people fail to find compatible partners. We look at some of the core barriers that keep people alone or in unhealthy relationships and how we can change those situations.
Dr. Paola Lake, registered psychologist, and Pam Clark, executive coach, discuss the epidemic of loneliness, factors that increase loneliness in modern society, and its effects on physical and emotional well-being. As part of an ongoing conversation, initial thoughts on addressing loneliness in our society are discussed.
Registered Psychologist Dr. Paola Lake sits down with guest Sandra Sova shares her story of overcoming her personal obstacles while dealing with chronic pain. We take a look at how we can thrive amidst adversity.
On this episode we take a look at the beliefs that may limit us in our day to day lives. Registered Psychologist Dr. Paola Lake looks at the roots of where negative self beliefs come from and shares some her methods on how a person can change those beliefs.
Registered Psychologist Dr. Paola Lake sits down with retired nurse Ginny Goslin where they discuss the subconsciously imposed barriers that inhibit the ability for a person to regulate their emotions and decision making. The lies we tell ourselves.
Ease Guilt is a guided meditation designed to reduce limiting beliefs and guilt/fear or other emotions that interfere with your ability to take time for your own self-care. For caretakers, self-care can be challenging and associated with feelings of guilt and fear when tending to personal needs. As a consequence of chronic self-neglect, burnout, fatigue and illness can affect the caretaker’s quality of life. With repeated listening, the subconscious mind can absorb new empowering beliefs and encourage/motivate you in your efforts to establish a protective space for you take care of you.
Weight Loss is a guided meditation designed to help you develop subconscious belief patterns that support your goals for weight loss. With repeated listening, limiting beliefs that sabotaged efforts towards weight loss will be replaced by thinking patterns that encourage self-regulation, self-confidence, and ultimately, facilitate efforts in losing weight.
What is emotional intelligence? On this episode of the Dr. Lake Show we begin exploring the measures of emotional intelligence and how being emotionally intelligent can benefit a person and the people around them.
Calm and Confident is a guided meditation designed to help you build confidence, reduce limiting beliefs, and approach personal challenges with self-compassion and encouragement. This meditation begins with a guided relaxation, followed by a series of affirmations to internalize into the subconscious mind with repeated listening.