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Danielle De La Mare, PhD
Self-Compassionate Professor
helping academics and former academics find wellness, meaning, purpose, and freedom
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5.0 stars from 8 ratings
Every academic must subscribe!
An amazing resource for professors, former professors and aspiring professors seeking help and guidance with their career wellness, and all the other ancillary issues we don’t think about as we grind our way day by day as students or faculty.
DrBaritone via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/15/21
Excellent content
Exactly what I was looking for! For those of us who look for meaning in what we do and wonder whether we can be ourselves in the box of academia.
Maravmar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/03/21
Happy to have found this podcast
Listening to these conversations, particularly those with Dr. Olson-Bang and Dr. Floyd, has been not only enjoyable but also helpful in my life — I had been considering entering a PhD program with the intention of becoming a professor and these conversations have helped me to determine that it...Read full review »
AEH2019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/03/20
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