If you feel anxious or stressed more than others think you should, if you’ve been called overly-sensitive or snowflake, you could be an empath. Today we talk with “the Godmother” of the empath movement, Dr. Judith Orloff.
We discuss how to tell what type of empath you are and what that means. Dr. Orloff shares the differences between introvert and extrovert empaths. The neuroscience behind empaths, which shows why some people feel things more than others — especially during COVID times. How to overcome self-medicating with food and other substances. And solutions to help combat toxic energy.
About Judith Orloff, MD
The New York Times bestselling author of Emotional Freedom, Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist in private practice, and a member of the psychiatric clinical faculty at UCLA where she specializes in treating highly sensitive people and empaths. Her work has been featured on The Today Show, CNN, Oprah Magazine, the New York Times and USA Today; and she has spoken at the American Psychiatric Association, Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women’s Summit and Google.Continue reading