Ep 919: Bridgit Dengel Gaspard: What to Do When You Change Your Mind About Success
On this episode of Ten Minute Mindset Bridgit Dengel Gaspard returns to discuss what happens when we are close to a goal and decide to change course. She also explains the different parts of our personalities that contribute to making that decision, as well as which parts should carry more weight than others.
Known originally as Puck’s child, Bridgit Dengel Gaspard was born in Stratford, Ontario, Canada where her father was acting in Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Shakespeare Festival. Following in his poulaines, she pursued dance, acting and comedy. Her astute observations, particularly of unspoken dynamics between people, her sensitivity to micro and macro injustices, her sense of style and her love of opposites fueled her philosophy of life. In her pursuit to engage her creativity, she stumbled upon improvization – both movement and performance based. She also discovered Voice Dialogue, a simple, yet powerful technique of listening and communicating with our Inner Selves. This was developed by the Drs. Sidra and Hal Stone with whom Bridgit trained and became her mentors. The more she witnessed its restorative power for all kinds of people (including herself), the more she concentrated on the process of healing. Her fascination led to earning an MSW from Columbia University and acquiring clinical experience in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In 2005 she founded The New York Voice Dialogue Institute, offering professional trainings approved for Continuing Education Credits.
You can connect with Bridgit at: https://www.bridgit-dengel-gaspard.com/
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