Sophie Gray: Rethinking our mental wellness journey

Episode 32 with Sophie Gray "Feeling out of control has literally become the theme of my life." Sophie is the founder of DiveThru, a mental wellness company that helps you DiveThru what you go thru. They work with mental health professionals to create resources that help you to take charge of your mental wellbeing.  I recently joined forces with DiveThru as part of their podcast network and I couldn’t be happier. Sophie reached out to me she explained that had also been diagnosed during the pandemic and was learning so much about herself through my podcast and these interviews with amazing women. Naturally, I wanted to hear her story and find out how her diagnosis has changed her perspective about herself and her relationships and her business acumen. We talk about the evolution of DiveThru and Sophie’s vision for reshaping the conversations around mental wellness and access to mental health professionals. I loved her perspective and I know you will, too! Sophie shares her work to an audience of over 400,000 through her personal social channels. Her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, People, Women’s Health, Refinery29, Marie Claire, Yahoo, Shape, Self, and many more. Enjoy! Website: DiveThru Instagram: @SophieGray, @divethru_ - - - - - NEW: Send a voicemail recording (Katy may even use it in a future episode!) - - - - - If you are a woman who was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood and you’d like to be a guest on this podcast, please reach out to Katy via email womenandADHDpodcast@gmail.com. Website: www.womenandadhd.com Twitter: @womenandadhd Instagram: @womenandadhdpodcast Katy Weber's website: www.worthitwithkaty.com - - - - - Women & ADHD listeners can now receive 10% off your first month of BetterHelp. Click here to get started!

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A late diagnosis turned her world upside down. Join Katy Weber each week as she interviews other women who discovered they have ADHD in adulthood and are finally feeling like they understand who they are and how to best lean into their strengths, both professionally and personally. This neurodivergence isn't just for hyperactive little boys anymore!