CSP #4: The Drama Triangle and the gifts of anger with Juna Mustad

Juna Mustad is a Life & Relationship Coach, as well as an Intuitive. Her genius is in supporting people who are experiencing big or small life transitions. Whether they are facing challenges in their primary relationship, changing jobs, experiencing health & body issues, or simply have a sense that something needs to change. I support and guide my clients into gaining greater clarity and confidence as they step forward into the new life they are creating. I use a skillful combination of intuition, the Hendricks Institute’s brilliant whole-body coaching techniques, and somatic therapy. My unique gift is my ability to make personal growth not only sustainable, but also deeply enriching, rewarding and fun.

Website: www.junamustad.com Relationship Blog: www.dailyrelationship.com

Show notes:

  1. The Drama Triangle originated with Stephen Karpman. Juna and her partner Justin have a free e-course about it here if you’d like to go deeper.
  2. You can get an intuitive session with Juna here.
  3. The Good Girl’s Guide to Anger by Juna Mustad on Elephant Journal.
  4. Waking up in Bali: Retreat with Juna Mustad and Andrea Scher this May 8th-14th. There are still a couple of spots available!


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  1. Posted February 22, 2017 at 3:52 pm | Permalink

    I am loving your podcasts, Andrea! This one was especially soul-nourishing for me. Thank you both!! Roar on!! xo

  2. Taryn
    Posted February 27, 2017 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

    I just listened to all 4 of the podcasts. LOVE them!! So excited for more.
    I especially liked this episode and can so relate to both of you about the anger. Thank you for sharing!
    I really hope you guys do the Bali trip again next year! I really want to go, but this year doesn’t quite work out.

  3. Posted March 26, 2017 at 4:01 pm | Permalink

    loved your podcasts..keep going

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