From as far back as she can remember, Colleen Georges, Ph.D.  felt a calling to help others. It led her to pursue a doctorate in counseling psychology and serve as a Therapeutic Assistant for teens in foster care experiencing emotional/behavioral issues. 

Currently, she helps her clients achieve greater happiness in their personal and professional lives. She also runs optimism wellness groups, and facilitates personal, career, and staff development workshops. 

In her new book RESCRIPT the Story You’re Telling Yourself: The Eight Practices to Quiet Your Inner Antagonist, Amplify Your Inner Advocate, & Author a Limitless Life, Dr. Colleen guides you on a self-authorship journey using the eight practices of her RESCRIPT framework. You’ll discover how to:

  • Identify limiting stories you’re telling yourself that are keeping you stuck
  • Quiet your Inner Antagonist quickly so it doesn’t hinder you
  • Amplify your Inner Advocate to cultivate positive thoughts and actions
  • Stop criticizing yourself, dwelling on the past, and fearing the future
  • Recognize your self-worth so you can set and achieve your goals

If that doesn’t sound impressive enough, listen in as we discuss why Jon Bon Jovi is a national treasure, why 80’s metal is still relevant 30 years later, and why Don Draper’s words of wisdom remain true long after Mad Men has ended, “If you don’t like what is being said, change the conversation.”

You can learn more about Dr. Colleen Georges by clicking here