Anxiety is a habit of dwelling in a painful future. Mindfulness is a way to return to the completeness and wholeness of the present moment, which is all we really have.
Burnout is a systems failure, not a personal failure. Yet shame and blame that healthcare workers and others who are tasked with caring for others experience can make it difficult to see or acknowledge this problem. I have studied burnout for my whole career, and have experienced it from the inside out, including healing from it.
Spirituality is a way of asking larger questions of life, finding deeper meaning in life, and navigating the mystery of it all. There are areas where the world's religions overlap, and even science can be a place to inquire deeply. While my training is in the Zen Buddhist tradition, there is no need to be a "religious" person; everyone has access to the ground of being.
DBT is derived from Zen Buddhism and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Much of the modality focuses on "radical acceptance" as well as the power to change.
ACT is an elegant system that employs mindfulness to identify and pursue a life of meaning.
This is the foundation of therapy. Person-centered therapy endeavors to create optimal conditions for human flourishing in the therapeutic relationship through deep listening, empathy, and understanding. This kind of acceptance can be a powerful antecedent to change.