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My name is Angela Han, and I am obsessed with
all things health. I am a healthcare lawyer, a
personal trainer, a wellness coach, and a yoga
instructor. I help busy lawyers overcome their
physical and mental challenges through wellness training.
I found my life’s purpose from my biggest
pain point: my own health journey

Disclaimer: This podcast is not to be confused with the personal training services provided by Tricia Schafer's Fit to Practice program based in Arizona. Please visit her amazing services at

Mar 2, 2021


I can’t believe that this is still the case, but getting therapy is still stigmatized. So many of us are still afraid to admit that we have mental health conditions. It’s like, we have to be afraid of having fingers. Having mental health conditions is such a natural condition of the human state. And yet, when words like struggle or problem enter the conversation, all of a sudden there are red flags and the whole thing gets shut down. All because we are no longer what they thought in their minds what we ought to be. So in this episode, I speak with Stacey Dana, a former lawyer turned psychotherapist who has practiced law for 20 years and therapy for 8. Needless to say, she knows what she is talking about. And the way she approaches conversation in therapy also has practical applications in how we manage conflict in our daily lives as you will see from the example we discuss in this episode. Tune in to hear why therapy can be the linchpin of progress. 

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