237. Farewell to Diana Hill: Appreciations, Regrets and Hopes

This week we say goodbye to POTC’s co-founder, Diana Hill. Debbie Sorensen, Diana Hill and Rae Littlewood started POTC 5 years ago as a creative endeavor to share ideas from psychology. The original motto was, “Ever wonder what therapists chat about over coffee?” In this episode, Diana Hill and Debbie Sorensen bring it back full circle to chatting over coffee about their time together as friends, co-authors and co-hosts. Listen in to learn how they continue to apply ACT strategies to their lives and where Diana Hill is headed on her new podcast Your Life in Process.

Listen and Learn:

  • Why Diana Hill, Debbie Sorensen and Rae Littlewood started POTC 5 years ago.
  • How Diana is using her regrets to guide her in taking the leap to start a new podcast
  • The values that helped kickstart Diana’s podcasting journey and the rewards that encourage her to continue
  • The episodes that were most challenging for Diana and how they helped her grow
  • What Diana Hill is looking forward to in her next chapter and what she’s sad to leave behind
  • Diana’s personal challenges in letting go of ego and attachment
  • The inside-scoop on Diana Hill’s new podcast, Your Life in Process
  • What good-bye means to Diana Hill
  • Diana Hill and Debbie Sorensen share in a closing ritual that Diana uses with clients


About Diana:

Diana Hill, Ph.D. is a modern psychologist, mom, and co-author of ACT Daily Journal: Get unstuck and live fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She is the host of the podcast Your Life in Process, blogs for Psychology Today, is on the clinical advisory board of Lightfully Behavioral Health, and is a guest teacher at InsightLA, Mindful Heart Programs, PESI and Praxis CE. Through her online teachings, executive coaching, and private therapy practice, Diana encourages clients to let go of unhealthy striving and build psychological flexibility so that they can live more meaningful and fulfilling lives. Diana practices what she preaches in her daily life as a mom of two, homesteader, and yoga teacher. Go to or her channels on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, (@drdianahill) to get tools to build psychological flexibility into your daily life.

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Episode 237