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Being Human Podcast - Episode 10: Why Failure is a Good Thing

podcast Dec 31, 2019

Welcome to Episode 10 of the Being Human Podcast: Why Failure is a Good Thing

In this episode, we talk about:

  • The fear of failure
  • Faith as the source of our peace
  • Failure as the way to make progress

Resources mentioned or relevant:

  • To learn more about therapy offered by the CatholicPsych Institute, click here.
  • To read the CatholicPsych blog, click here.
  • For more resources from the CatholicPsych Institute, click here.

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About Dr. Greg and the CatholicPsych Institute

Dr. Bottaro is a clinical psychologist and founder of the CatholicPsych Institute. He received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, a graduate school that integrates Catholic philosophy and theology with sound, empirically validated psychology.

Before his degree, Dr. Bottaro discerned a religious vocation with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (CFRs). He lived four years in the Bronx, serving the poor in the tradition of St. Francis of Assisi. Under the mentorship of Fr. Benedict Groeschel, this experience helped him form a spirituality based on Abandonment to Divine Providence which he now applies to psychological principles in his practice. He learned from Fr. Benedict how to discern God's voice and live a life in service to others.

Six years after leaving NYC as a friar he returned as a psychologist. The CatholicPsych Institute began there in 2012 and has since grown to 5 offices with 12 therapists serving clients around the globe.

Dr. Bottaro now lives in Connecticut with his wife Barbra and their six children. He actively avoids watching the news and spends his free time thinking up crazy new ideas on how to make the world a better place.

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