Artfully Executed Neuroscience
I stumbled upon Stefanie’s podcast years ago, and to this day, it’s the most insightful and invaluable material I’ve come across. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve re-listened to her episodes, and how each time, I emerge with a new layer of understanding and deep acceptance for my own and others’ neurological responses. Her eloquence, delivery, and structure are all intentionally and thoughtfully constructed, and she provides a succinct platform to deeply understand our nervous system, reactions, the impact of voice and environment, and the reality of humans as creative, growth-oriented beings with swathes of sound science and research to further your knowledge. I’m beyond grateful for this work.
-ladyboyarski, podcast subscriber
Season 2 Episode 7 will be available July 6th.
In the meantime, I'll be releasing a series of weekly videos related to brainwave patterns and profiles starting May 25th.
(make sure to subscribe if you'd like to get the article and video as soon as it's up!)
About the Podcast
As a translator of science into real-world applications, I hope to enhance people’s self-awareness of their own habits and mindsets that may be negatively influencing their choices and behavior.
My goal is to compel wide-ranging audiences to think differently about how their own beliefs have been built and programmed as well as how the mechanics of the human mind-brain-body system can cause us anxiety, stress, overwhelm and a sense of hopelessness if we don't learn how to harness the powerful energy of these systems.
Some people write books. I decided to create an 'audio-book' using a podcast instead. It felt faster, and more fulfilling to use my voice instead of typing the words. I hope you enjoy it!
"I found your podcast when I was searching for more information on the polyvagal theory by Dr Porges. I am currently studying to be a coach and I really needed something more to ' get it'. Your podcast really helped me. I am now sharing it with all the other students ( and anyone else who will listen 😉 "
- Iris van Swol, The Hague, Holland
"I love this podcast! I use it professionally as an instructional coach and to support my work as a professional development facilitator. This podcast has proven surprisingly valuable in my personal life as I seek to self-regulate and become more aware of what is happening with feelings vs. emotions.
Absolutely one of the best finds in terms of clear, accessible content."
- Kimberly, Podcast Subscriber
"My colleagues and I listen and re-listen to ALL of your episodes. They've helped us with our clinical practice and our family relationships." - V.C., Australia