Dana Sayre: Gender Identity and Corporate Culture

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Dana Sayre: Gender Identity and Corporate Culture
Mar 27, 2023, Season 1, Episode 14
Allison Frye
Episode Summary

Topics Covered

  • Exploring gender identity and self-exploration
  • Mental Health Support
  • Working from home and its effects on corporate culture
  • Navigating conversations around gender identity
  • Social Justice
  • Corporate Culture
  • Mental Health Advocacy
  • Navigating the complexities of self-employment and the mental health field

Find Dana Online: www.dramatherapyaustin.com

Dana is queer and trans-non-binary (they/them/their). They provide LGBTQ / LGBTQIA+, polyamory / non-monogamy, and BDSM / kink-affirming services. Dana is neurodivergent (Autistic / ADHD / 2e) with a history of complex PTSD. They believe in the importance of valuing lived experience and peer support when working with marginalized communities.

 

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Dana joined Allison to discuss Drama Therapy, but they very quickly fell down the rabbit hole discussing gender identity and so much more. Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the importance of the need to be sensitive when discussing topics such as sexual identity and gender identity. They also discussed the difficulty of being a late-identified neurodivergent person and the need to be aware of gender bias in diagnosis.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discuss the difficulties of finding community and the need for a cultural shift to allow for more flexibility in work and life balance. They also discuss the importance of emotional intimacy and co-regulation in relationships and how the internet can be helpful in finding people with similar interests and identities.

Allison Frye and Dana Sayre discussed the pros and cons of remote work, the need for corporate culture to prioritize work-life balance, and the limitations of the mental health system. They also discussed the need for corporations to make deep changes to create a healthy work environment, even if it costs them something.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the difficulty of navigating conversations around gender identity and the importance of self-compassion and accountability when it comes to social justice issues. They also discussed the importance of normalizing pronouns and creating a safe space for people to disclose their gender identity.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the importance of exposure to diverse people and experiences to better understand and accept them. They also discussed the need to be aware of what one doesn't know and willing to learn and grow. They highlighted the need to create safe spaces for diverse people and to be accountable to oneself and others to make progress.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the complexities of corporate culture, bi-phobia, and the importance of self-compassion and accountability. They also discussed the importance of understanding one's own biases and the need to be respectful of others' triggers. They concluded by discussing the need to find a balance between taking on too much and doing nothing and the importance of committing to an ongoing practice.

Allison Frye and Dana Sayre discussed the difficulties of becoming a licensed creative arts therapist and the need for more advocacy in the mental health system. They also discussed the importance of having a support system during trauma therapy and Allison's plans to use her digital marketing skills to spread mental health awareness.

Dana and Allison discussed the difficulties of self-employment and the challenges of finding a job that fits their interests and skills. They also discussed the difficulties of navigating the mental health system and the importance of finding a therapist that works for them. 
 

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Topics Covered

  • Exploring gender identity and self-exploration
  • Mental Health Support
  • Working from home and its effects on corporate culture
  • Navigating conversations around gender identity
  • Social Justice
  • Corporate Culture
  • Mental Health Advocacy
  • Navigating the complexities of self-employment and the mental health field

Find Dana Online: www.dramatherapyaustin.com

Dana is queer and trans-non-binary (they/them/their). They provide LGBTQ / LGBTQIA+, polyamory / non-monogamy, and BDSM / kink-affirming services. Dana is neurodivergent (Autistic / ADHD / 2e) with a history of complex PTSD. They believe in the importance of valuing lived experience and peer support when working with marginalized communities.

 

Show Summary
 

Dana joined Allison to discuss Drama Therapy, but they very quickly fell down the rabbit hole discussing gender identity and so much more. Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the importance of the need to be sensitive when discussing topics such as sexual identity and gender identity. They also discussed the difficulty of being a late-identified neurodivergent person and the need to be aware of gender bias in diagnosis.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discuss the difficulties of finding community and the need for a cultural shift to allow for more flexibility in work and life balance. They also discuss the importance of emotional intimacy and co-regulation in relationships and how the internet can be helpful in finding people with similar interests and identities.

Allison Frye and Dana Sayre discussed the pros and cons of remote work, the need for corporate culture to prioritize work-life balance, and the limitations of the mental health system. They also discussed the need for corporations to make deep changes to create a healthy work environment, even if it costs them something.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the difficulty of navigating conversations around gender identity and the importance of self-compassion and accountability when it comes to social justice issues. They also discussed the importance of normalizing pronouns and creating a safe space for people to disclose their gender identity.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the importance of exposure to diverse people and experiences to better understand and accept them. They also discussed the need to be aware of what one doesn't know and willing to learn and grow. They highlighted the need to create safe spaces for diverse people and to be accountable to oneself and others to make progress.

Dana Sayre and Allison Frye discussed the complexities of corporate culture, bi-phobia, and the importance of self-compassion and accountability. They also discussed the importance of understanding one's own biases and the need to be respectful of others' triggers. They concluded by discussing the need to find a balance between taking on too much and doing nothing and the importance of committing to an ongoing practice.

Allison Frye and Dana Sayre discussed the difficulties of becoming a licensed creative arts therapist and the need for more advocacy in the mental health system. They also discussed the importance of having a support system during trauma therapy and Allison's plans to use her digital marketing skills to spread mental health awareness.

Dana and Allison discussed the difficulties of self-employment and the challenges of finding a job that fits their interests and skills. They also discussed the difficulties of navigating the mental health system and the importance of finding a therapist that works for them. 
 

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