In a bittersweet episode of POTC, we say farewell to our dear friend, Yael Schonbrun, who, after six cherished years on Psychologists Off The Clock, is stepping down from her seat as cohost. We take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude for Yael’s brilliant contributions, chat about decision-making tips, reflect on some of Yael’s most influential episodes, and discuss what Yael will miss most about her role as cohost. Plus, we give a sneak peek at some exciting new developments within the team! Yael, we are so honored to have had you on this podcasting adventure with us! We can’t wait to have you back on as a guest soon!
Listen and Learn:
- Yael walks us through her tough decision to step down as cohost and also imparts tips for navigating your own decisions in life
- What new ventures lie ahead for Yael as she embarks on the next chapter of her career
- The POTC guests and episodes that had the most influence on Yael
- Jill and Debbie express their gratitude for Yael and reflect on the beautiful relationship they have all developed over the years
- What’s next for POTC
- Visit Yael’s website
- Sign up for Yael’s newsletter Relational: The Art and Science of Connections
- Grab your copy of Yael’s book, Work Parent Thrive
- Follow Yael on Twitter and Instagram
- Mary Louise Kelly’s book, It. Goes. So. Fast.
About Yael Schonbrun
Yael Schonbrun, Ph.D. is a practicing clinical psychologist, assistant professor at Brown University, relationship specialist, and a mom of three. She is the author of Work, Parent, Thrive, and her writing on work, parenting, and relationships has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Greater Good Science Center, Behavioral Scientist, and Tricycle, among others. Her newsletter, Relational, releases bi-monthly and shares science-backed ideas and practices to grow connections. She is also newly retired from her post as Psychologists Off the Clock Co-host.
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