Clinically applied psychology for desired behavior change
JeffMara Podcast guest 724 is Carol Day and we spoke about her shared death experiences with her father and grandmother as well as her new book shamanic dreaming. Carol Day is a visionary teacher, psychotherapist, artist, and director of The Centre for Creative Vision in Scotland. She has trained with well-known visionaries, including shamanic teachers Sandra Ingerman, Franco Santoro, and Stephen Mulhearn and psychologist Marshall Rosenberg. She runs a private practice in systemic story therapy and is involved in projects centered on creating community and connecting people back to the land. Carol lives in Glasgow, Scotland. Carol's Website https://www.creativeearthensemble.com/ Carol's Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/people/Carol-Day-Author/100063816495121/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-s-reynolds/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jeffrey-s-reynolds/support
We recently had doula/photographer/videographer Maegan Hall on the show, but now we're having her back with one of her clients to talk about the healing power of birth photography. We always say on this show, birth is unpredictable. Emma, a local psychotherapist so graciously shares her birth story via a blog with Maegan as well as this interview. She writes, “Birth brings us to the end of ourselves in ways that we cannot (and maybe aren't supposed to) anticipate. There are all kinds of childbirth classes intended to prepare us for labor itself, but it seems there is far less conversation around making sense of the birth after the fact.“Although Emma's birth was not what she had anticipated, she was able to use the birth images captured by Maegan, to provide clarity around her birth story, and ultimately aid in her ability to process the birth. Episode 115: supporting birth and capturing memories with Maegan Hall Connect with EmmaConnect with MaeganThe healing power of birth photography blog Support the showWant to show your support? Want to help us continue doing this important and impactful work: Support the Show (we greatly appreciate it!)Don't miss new episodes: Join the Aligned Birth CommunityInstagram: Aligned Birth Email: email@example.com Find us online:Sunrise Chiropractic and Wellness North Atlanta Birth Services Editing: Godfrey SoundMusic: "Freedom” by RoaDisclaimer: The information shared, obtained, and discussed in this podcast is not intended as medical advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional consultation with a qualified healthcare provider familiar with your individual medical needs. By listening to this podcast you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This disclaimer includes all guests or contributors to the podcast.
Well, well, well. Keys in the bowl everybody, we're really getting into the weeds with this episode. What is non-monogamy? What can it mean for a relationship? Psychotherapist, writer and broadcaster Lucy Beresford joins Stevie and Tessa for a frank and fascinating dive into the world of non-monogamy.Follow Lucy on Twitter @LucyBeresford and Instagram @thelucyberesford1Subscribe to the Nobody Panic Patreon at patreon.com/nobodypanicWant to support Nobody Panic? You can make a one-off donation at https://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanicRecorded by Naomi Parnell and edited by Aniya Das for Plosive.Photos by Marco Vittur, jingle by David Dobson. Be part of the Nobody Panic Patreon gangSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanic. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SEASON 4 of Emetophobia Help TRIGGER WARNING: Words such as "vomit,” “throw up” and "sick" may be used. Host: Anna Christie, Psychotherapist and Emetophobia SpecialistIntro Music: YouTube Audio Library, "Far Away (Sting)" by MK2, Used with Permission.Anna's Website - INFO for emetophobics: www.emetophobiahelp.org10 Emetophobia CLASSES with Anna: info at www.emetophobiahelp.orgFacebook Group: Emetophobia NO PANICANNA & DAVID'S BOOK: Emetophobia: Understanding and Treating Fear of Vomiting in Children and Adults: Russ, David, Dr., Christie, Anna S., EMETOPHOBIA RESEARCH CHARITY: www.emetaction.orgFOR KIDS: "Turnaround Anxiety Program" with Emetophobia supplement (McCarthy/Russ) and Emetophobia! The Ultimate Kids' Guide eBook : Russ. PhD, DavidSupport the showAnna and David's NEW Resource Website: www.emetophobia.net
Sara Kuburic, aka Millennial Therapist, is an existential psychotherapist, consultant, writer, and columnist. She's also made famous by her instagram, millennial.therapist. She and Rick have been friends for a few years, but because she is a (self-diagnosed) "nomad," they haven't been in the same place much, so it's due time they finally podcasted! Sara has a new book, "It's On Me", that comes out THIS TUESDAY and if you like her IG (which is FANTASTIC. Follow her if you don't already), you will love her book. Get it here: https://www.sara-kuburic.com/new-page-3 "My interest in psychology stems from my personal experience living through wars, navigating complex relationships, and continually learning what it means to be human." - Sarah Proper, functional hydration is essential, and Liquid I.V. is the #1 Powdered Hydration Brand in America. Get 20% off when you go to https://www.liquidiv.com and use code TYSO at checkout. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/takeyourshoesoff
Electronic devices and social media are the biggest influences on kids today. As a mother of two teenage boys, Janice is no stranger to the influence of technology on today's youth. Psychotherapist and Family Therapist Thomas Kersting joins Janice to discuss his new book, Raising Healthy Teenagers: Equipping Your Child to Navigate the Pitfalls and Dangers of Teen Life. Thomas shares his best advice when it comes to what's happening in this rapidly changing world and highlights the impact that our devices have on both parents and children. Thomas later unpacks the unique challenges teens face today, including isolation from friends and family, increased screen time, and a steady stream of fear-based media. Tell Janice who made your Dean's List! Follow Janice on Twitter: @janicedean Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the release of Fiona Davison's new book – An Almost Impossible Thing: The Radical Lives of Britain's Pioneering Women Gardeners – we decided to dedicate this week's show week's show to women in the garden. And in that vein, we're exploring the potential for gardens to be empowering, educational, equalising, and radical spaces. Fiona shares a story from her book about two women from over 100 years ago who show that the roots of ecological gardening run further back then we may realise. Psychotherapist, writer, and gardener Marchelle Farrell reveals how her English country garden helped her get to the core of a question that had troubled her throughout her life: What is home? And finally, garden historian Twigs Way joins us again to give the inside scoop on an early and influential gardening school for women. But, If you're looking for more advice-oriented content – fear not! Throughout the programme, we're giving story-specific gardening tips. An Almost Impossible Thing: The Radical Lives of Britain's Pioneering Women Gardeners Uprooting: From the Caribbean to the Countryside – Finding Home in an English Country Garden Vine Weevils Autumn-interest shrubs Study & Learn at the RHS
This episode is all about the transformative power of practicing self-love and how it can deepen your relationships. Get ready to dive deep into this important topic and discover the magic that self-love can bring to your life. In our fast-paced world, we often forget to prioritize ourselves and our own needs. But self-love isn't just about bubble baths and treating yourself to something nice (although those things are important too!). It's about recognizing your own worth, embracing your strengths, and being kind and gentle with yourself, even in the face of challenges. When you practice self-love, something amazing happens. You start to radiate a sense of confidence and inner peace that not only benefits you, but also has a profound impact on your relationships. You become more compassionate towards yourself and others, allowing for deeper connections and understanding. One of the beautiful things about self-love is that it acts as a mirror, reflecting back to you the love and respect you deserve. When you truly love and accept yourself, you attract people who genuinely appreciate and value you for who you are. It's like a magnet for healthy, fulfilling relationships. We'll also be diving into the concept of self-worth and how it impacts the way we show up in relationships. By understanding our own value and treating ourselves with kindness, we can break free from patterns of self-sabotage and start attracting the love and connection we truly desire. This episode will empower you to create deeper, more meaningful relationships, starting with the most important one – the relationship with yourself. Remember, you are worthy of love, and practicing self-love will bring you closer to the fulfilling, connected relationships you deserve. Own Your Journey! In our fast-paced world, many of us struggle with overthinking and worry which leaves us feeling overwhelmed or stuck. Hi! I'm Maria Grace Wolk. I'm a Filipina American entrepreneur, Psychotherapist, wife, and mom of two boys; My mission is to amplify diverse perspectives, break the mental health stigma, and inspire you to own your journey to wellness and fulfillment. Is there anything keeping you from changing your life? Watch my TEDx talk https://youtu.be/r0A2FXwyAsw to learn what happened when I left my comfort zone.
The arrest of Rex Heuermann has left both the public and his family grappling with his complex character. A recent episode of the popular podcast, "Hidden Killers," delved into the intricate web of emotions and queries surrounding his arrest, raising pertinent questions about family bonds and psychology. How do families cope when they discover the grim realities lurking beneath their loved one's facade? "It appears that he was dad and that he was a husband," states the show's host, Tony Brueski. Indeed, this revelation is an emotional tempest for Heuermann's adult children. They have been incommunicado since his arrest. As the hosts deliberate, how do offspring reconcile with the fact that their beloved parent might have been a two-faced monster? Psychotherapist and author, Shavaun Scott weighs in, suggesting that "most of the time it's probably healthier for them to... cut the ties." The weight of processing two contradictory identities - a doting father and a possible criminal - might be too much for the human psyche. The podcast further delves into the deep-seated struggle of establishing communication with a family member implicated in heinous crimes. "Is it ever a good thing to maintain that [relationship]?," Tony probes. Scott believes that while it might be therapeutic for some to confront their relative, she's skeptical of any tangible positive outcome from such a conversation. In cases where family members do engage, the conversations often revolve around processing their horror and disbelief. However, Heuermann isn't just a case study in family dynamics; the podcast shines light on suspicions that link him to an unsolved case in South Carolina. A potential witness, the daughter of the victim, Julia Ann Bean, claims she recognized Heuermann from a photo, exclaiming, "I've seen him. That was the last man I saw with her personally." Yet, Scott cautions against relying too heavily on eyewitness testimony. She highlights that "eyewitness statements to murders are notoriously unreliable," referencing several cases where wrongful convictions occurred based on such testimonies. The reliability of this connection to Heuermann thus remains questionable. Perhaps one of the most chilling parts of the discussion centers around Heuermann's workplace behavior. Reports suggest he preferred hiring petite women resembling the alleged victims' description. Further, Heuermann would often gleefully describe the process of "dressing the game," delighting in the shock he evoked from his colleagues. While some might see these behaviors as red flags, Scott opines that while this could be "relevant to a psychologist doing a thorough evaluation of his personality," its admissibility in court might be controversial. As listeners grapple with the contrasting images of Heuermann - a family man versus a potential criminal mastermind - "Hidden Killers" challenges them to reflect on the complexities of human relationships. The episode underscores the fragile nature of trust, the pain of betrayal, and the struggle to understand the dark depths of those we hold dear. In a world where the lines between good and evil often blur, the revelations about Heuermann's life and character are a stark reminder of the mysteries that lie hidden beneath the surface. As investigations proceed and trials loom ahead, one can only hope that truth and justice will prevail. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Jill Nicolini Interviews Amy Stolberg Private Psychotherapist and Life Coach at Amy Stolberg, LCSW, P.C. -- AmyStolbergTherapy.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network
Psychotherapist specialized in the “Mother Daughter Journey”, and co-host of “Motherhood Uncut” podcast, Deb Rubin, talks about her American mom Lois. Lois is a mother of two who went back to school to earn her Bachelor's Degree once her daughters left for college – which beautifully teaches us that it's never too late to take the next step. We also learn from Lois to be true to ourselves and follow our unique paths, and to honor our emotions and give them room in order to not get stuck in them. Deb also shares many wisdoms she gained in her long experience as a therapist, especially with supporting mothers in raising adolescent daughters. Her most important tip: conscious listening instead of immediate problem solving! Because, as she explains, “we all want to be heard.” To find out more about Deb and her work, visit her website here. You can listen to Deb's and Kate's podcast here. To subscribe to Ana's new "Mama Loves…” newsletter, please go here. To learn more about "Thank You, mama" creative writing workshop, visit here. To contact Ana, to be a guest, or suggest a guest, please send your mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org For more about “Thank You, Mama", please visit: http://www.thankyoumama.net To connect with Ana on social media: https://www.instagram.com/anatajder/ https://www.facebook.com/ana.tajder https://www.linkedin.com/in/anatajder/ https://twitter.com/tajder
This week's podcast welcomes multigenerational psychotherapist David Roadhouse, a four-time World Triathlon winner, meditation retreat leader, and Morgan's own personal therapist! Hear about David's intense training techniques, from sleeping in a hypoxic tent every night for 15 years to loading up on filet mignon long before the “carnivore diet” became popular. David also shares how Buddhist meditation practices shaped his therapy work, his tips for a healthy and successful marriage, and the commonly shared traits he sees in entrepreneurs and high performers like Morgan.
Episode 64: Klaus Evertz, Art, Body, Psychotherapist and Writer in Prenatal and Perinatal PsychologyKlaus Evertz, lecturer, works as psycho-, art- and body therapist in own office and Center for Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Cologne. Painter and cultural psychologist. Research in Images as Forms of Consciousness. Lectureships at the Universities Cologne and Dresden, the University for Environment and Economy (Depart. Art Therapy) Nuertingen and the Dr.Mildred-Scheel-Academy, Cologne. His main work is a design of a Prenatal Aesthetic in Kunstanalyse (Art Analysis) (2002). Editor of „Lehrbuch fuer Praenatale Psychologie (Textbook for Prenatal Psychology)“, Mattes, Heidelberg (2014) and "Handbook of Prenatal Psychology", Springer, New York (2020). Coauthor of „Lehrbuch für Palliativmedizin (Textbook for Palliative Medicine“, Schattauer, Stuttgart (1997, 2007, 2011). His pioneering re-search on pre- and perinatal trauma and transgenerational trauma has potential applications for psycho-, art- and bodytherapists helping to identify the effects of these traumata on mental health and behaviour. Since 1997 Member of the Advisory Board of „International Journal of Peri- and Prenatal Psychology and Medicine“, since 2007 Member of the Board of Associate Editors. He is Past-vice-president of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM).Institut for Arttherapy and Artanalysis CologneNeusser Str. 56950737 Köln/CologneGermanyTel./Fax 0049 – 221 5509156E-mail: email@example.com
WHAT'S NEWPetey and Sarah are co-hosting the Soul Journeys Couple's Retreat for you and your partner to reconnect and reignite your love. Join us May 13-18, 2024 in Costa Rica! You can learn more at https://www.souljourneysretreats.com. The first 5 couples to sign up will receive $500 off!Tune in to watch Petey on THE LAST RESORT Mondays @ 9pm EST! Thank you to our advertiser, Dr. Bethany Padgett of Whole Hearted Holistic Solutions, where they combine a mind, body, and spirit approach to provide professional nutritional advice, necessary supplements, and spiritual practice recommendations to help you on your health journey.Website: www.wholeheartedlyyours.org Phone: 352-449-8421TODAY'S GUEST Dr. Janie Lacy, LMHC, NCC, CSAT, Relationship Trauma Expert, Psychotherapist, TV Commentator & Owner of Life Counseling Solutions in Maitland, Florida.Dr. Janie Lacy is a Licensed Relationship Trauma Psychotherapist who has over a decade of experience working with those who have unsuccessfully tried to break free from their toxic relationship patterns. By addressing the root issue of their suffering, Janie creates breakthrough experiences from the inside out, allowing her clients to finally find peace within themselves they have so desperately longed for in life. To stay connected with Dr. Janie, follow her here!https://www.janielacy.com/https://www.facebook.com/LifeCounselingSolutions/ https://www.facebook.com/LifeCounselingSolutions/ LET'S STAY CONNECTED! Petey https://www.peteysilveira.com/ https://www.instagram.com/peteysilveira https://www.facebook.com/NewPathwayToHealing Sarah www.heysarahburnett.com https://www.instagram.com/heysarahburnett TODAY'S AFFIRMATIONI embrace vulnerability and courage as essential parts of the therapeutic process. I give myself grace and trust that everything is happening for my highest good.Oracle Cards:Separation: Time apart from your partner is on the horizon.Getting To Know Each Other: As you reveal your innermost selves to each other, your bond deepens.You Deserve Love: You are lovable!Thank you for subscribing, rating, reviewing, sharing and reposting the show! I appreciate each and every one of you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Petey & Sarah are co-hosting the Soul Journeys Couple's Retreat for you & your soul partner May 13-18, 2024 in Costa Rica! You can learn more at https://www.souljourneysretreats.com/LET'S STAY CONNECTED! Petey Website: www.peteysilveira.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peteysilveira Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewPathwayToHealing Sarah Website: www.balanceisthekey.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heysarahburnett
How do you deal with challenges? Shark Bite Biz's David Strausser chats with author & psychotherapist, Stephanie James about dealing with the challenges that life and business bring. Learn more about Stephanie James here: https://www.stephaniejames.world/ Watch us on YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/SharkBiteBiz Visit our NEW Merch store: https://store.sharkbitebiz.com Connect with David Strausser on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/DavidStrausser Join our Reddit Community: https://www.reddit.com/r/SharkBiteBiz/ Donate to our Patreon to SUPPORT this channel and get some BENEFITS and PERKS: http://patreon.com/sharkbitebiz Subscribe to the audio podcast on: http://www.SharkBiteBiz.com Find out more about the host, David Strausser: http://www.davidstrausser.com Follow David Strausser on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dstrausser83/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SharkBiteBiz Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SharkBiteBiz Follow David Strausser on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dstrausser83 Listen on Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shark-bite-biz/id1522304651 Listen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc2hhcmtiaXRlYml6LmNvbS9mZWVkLnhtbA Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1CZh0QdNr5Nn8CD8kInMAJ Listen on Listen Notes: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/shark-bite-biz-business-growth-podcast-AMt-rRP2DXl/ Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/shark-bite-biz Listen on iHeartRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-shark-bite-biz-68819872/ Produced by: Francisco Strausser: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC82qlvfm4mXg3 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shark-bite-biz/support
Are you considering a change of career into the mental health field? Valerie Ziel's career started in Corporate America where she stayed for almost 30 years until she decided to go to college. She is a lifelong New Yorker and artist who now works at SohoMD as a Psychotherapist. Her unique and unforgettable story brings you through the highs and lows of transitioning careers and how it all comes together to help inform her clinical practice. Her biggest piece of advice is... Well we will let you hear it yourself. Listen now to go beyond.
My special guest is Sherry Gaba, LCSW, psychotherapist, and life coach who helps people cope with codependency, love addiction, toxic relationships, and mental health issues. Sherry is the author of the bestselling book, Love Smacked: How to Stop the Cycle of Relationship Addiction and Codependency to Find Everlasting Love. As a leading expert on addiction and recovery, Sherry has made many TV appearances, has been featured in many popular magazines, is a recurring guest on many radio shows, and currently hosts her own podcast, The Love Fix. Sherry describes the definition of toxic relationships, relationship addiction, and codependency. She shares her journey of being in a toxic relationship and how she transformed her love relationship with herself. For your free ebook and to take the quiz to see if your relationship may be toxic please go to https://sherrygaba.com/npquiz Show less
Dive into candid conversations with Sinead and I as we tackle dating, ghosting, confidence, and the intriguing world of past dating experiences, all sparked by the lively discussions from our 'Single & Ready To Mingle' Walking & Hiking events. To book into our Solo Events check out www.ecofitness.ie Sinead Kennedy - Relationship Coach and Psychotherapist. Sinead is a Relationship Coaching and Psychotherapist. She is dedicated to helping single women break free from destructive relationship cycles, build self-confidence, and attract the partners they deserve without wasting anymore time. Her background as a Psychotherapist has given her the unique ability to combine therapeutic techniques with effective coaching strategies. She provides a comprehensive, holistic approach to understanding and breaking unhealthy patterns, learning the art of effective communication, asserting boundaries, cultivating self-love, and of course, honing a mindset that empowers you to conquer relationship challenges. Having been through a similar journey herself it is now her mission to guide other single women on their journey. To help them break free from their own toxic cycles, build their confidence, and attract the love they've been longing for. She does this through her signature coaching programme: The Relationship Revolution. She also runs a free women only fb group where she offers support and resources to help you on your journey. Here are all the links to Ecofitness & Sinead's Socials Ecofitness Instagram: https://shorturl.at/pxATY Website www.ecofitness.ie Facebook Page: https://shorturl.at/cetH1 Relationship Coaching: Website: www.sineadkcoaching.com Instagram: https://shorturl.at/cpI16 LinkedIn: https://shorturl.at/ltuEK Facebook: https://shorturl.at/lAF29 Free Facebook group: https://shorturl.at/rLQT3 Therapy: www.here4youtherapy.com
Gaby, Joz, and Angela speak with Veronica Boneta. Veronica is a charismatic enthusiast of the arts, a mother, and author. Having worked in theater for many years, she turned to the field of Psychology while also bringing with her the knowledge she had acquired as an actress. Now a full time Psychotherapist, she looks forward to furthering her research in the intertwining of Psychology and Acting.While discussing her acting beginnings, Veronica touches on the acting method she learned, Psycho-physical. Psycho-physical Awareness is a popular acting technique used in many schools and universities in the U.S. and Europe. This technique works on the relationship between the mind and the body and at developing an actor's conscious awareness. It is the totality where the actor fully experiences and embodies the role, is present in the moment, drawing on sensory information and experience, as opposed to simply sorting out the movements as they might in early stages of rehearsal.At their cores, psychology, cognitive science, and theater are all trying to do the same thing, which is understand why people do the things they do, our range of behavior, and where it comes from without judgement. Actors must do real work to temporarily convince themselves and others of unreal circumstances. Yet they must be mindful of how much of their own lives and experiences they infuse their characters with. Actors must understand the complexities of life.Support the showFollow all the Chaos - Website - https://www.keepingupwithchaos.net/ FB - https://www.facebook.com/keepingupwithchaospodcast
You'll have been hearing today that speed limits are going to be reduced and some of the penalty point system will be reformed as a way of tackling the growing rates of death on the road. But why do we need to be forced into changing our behaviours around something that is so obviously dangerous? Why aren't we likely to be safer drivers just because it's the right thing to do? Enda Murphy, Psychotherapist and author joined Sean to discuss...
The Brian Kohberger case, which has gripped the nation, saw a significant development recently as the defense, led by Ann Taylor, waived the right to a speedy trial. Psychotherapist and author Shavaun Scott shared her insights on this development in a recent episode of the "Hidden Killers" podcast hosted by Tony Brueski. Scott, echoing the predictions of many TV attorneys, was unsurprised by the decision, positing that the psychological thrill of attention could be fueling Kohberger's disposition. Scott noted that Brian Kohberger, who is currently incarcerated, might not be suffering as one might expect. Instead, she suggested that he might be reveling in the attention and plotting strategies with his legal team to outmaneuver the evidence against him. "This is probably the most attention the guy has ever gotten in his life about anything," Scott noted. "He's probably not thinking about things like [the] life in prison or death penalty right now." This notion challenges the conventional perception of the mental state of an accused in a high-profile murder case. Brueski, curious about the dynamics of control in the case, questioned Scott on who is steering the narrative: Kohberger, Taylor, or a combination of both. Scott theorized it to be a blend of the two, with Taylor willing to employ any strategy beneficial to her client and Kohberger content with prolonging the proceedings. The defense's decision to waive the speedy trial, despite concerns about tainting the jury pool and damaging Kohberger's reputation, was a topic of discussion. Brueski questioned if this decision, which opens the door to prolonged speculation, is a calculated risk expected to eventually work in Kohberger's favor. Scott suggested that the defense must believe it to be advantageous, adding that there could hardly be more cumulative publicity than what has already been amassed. As the conversation progressed, the discussion veered towards the potential emergence of individuals from Kohberger's past who could bolster his defense. While Brueski acknowledged that more time allows for such possibilities, Scott expressed skepticism. She noted the already surfaced bizarre stories from Kohberger's past, surmising that any positive testimony would have already emerged if it existed. In summary, the recent waiver of a speedy trial in the Brian Kohberger case raises several intriguing questions. Is the accused reveling in the spotlight, and is this impacting the defense strategy? Who is in control of the narrative, and is the prolonged trial timeline a strategic move by the defense? Lastly, could the additional time yield new witnesses or evidence beneficial to Kohberger, or is it merely a delaying tactic? While the answers to these questions remain uncertain, what is clear is that the defense is prepared to scrutinize every aspect of the investigation, from law enforcement personnel to DNA evidence and genealogy processes, in their pursuit of acquittal. As the case unfolds, it will be fascinating to observe how these strategies play out and what they reveal about the inner workings of the minds involved in this captivating legal battle. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Are you ready to allow grief in your life? In this episode together, I'm joined by a true light in the world and Empress of Aging, Sue Patton Thoele. Sue is an "Emeritus-Most-Everything," Public Speaker, Seminar Leader, former Hospice Chaplain and Psychotherapist, and the Author of 13 beautiful books. After an unsatisfactory reading of a self-help book, Sue casually commented: "If I ever write a book, I'm going to make it practical." A few months later, Sue's first book, "The Courage To Be Yourself," was published, and it was a landmark for a beautiful, prolific, and fulfilling new stage of her life. Throughout this episode, Sue shares her thoughts on grieving as an act of surrendering and how allowing it into our lives naturally and organically heals it. We also talk about the common mistake of grieving failures and things we regret not doing, the importance of paying attention to our needs, and taking good care of ourselves while grieving. We also discuss the modern world's lack of empathy, how messy grief can be, grief as an incubator for compassion, and much more.Tune in and listen to episode 162 of Grief and Happiness to learn from Sue's particular views on life, grief, happiness, and purpose.In This Episode, You Will Learn:A bit about Sue's background (2:10)Sue talks about how grief is presented in her books (7:50)There is a severe lack of empathy in the world (13:20)The power of paying attention (18:00)What allowing grief in your life can do for you (27:50)Grief can be really messy (31:00)Connect with Sue:WebsiteFacebookGet Sue's books!Let's Connect:WebsiteLinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestThe Grief and Happiness AllianceBook: Emily Thiroux Threatt - Loving and Living Your Way Through Grief Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, I speak with Allan Clarke (MSc) on the topic of the validating experience of being diagnosed with autism, what he learned from having an alcoholic father, self esteem exercises and a working definition for the term love.★ Allan's Bio: ★ Allan is the proprietor of Kildare Psychotherapy & Counselling and former host of the Straight Talking Mental Health podcast (which ran for 3 years and 125 episodes). He holds a BSc (Honours) degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy and an MSc in Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy. His Masters dissertation was on Video Game Addiction and his own study area of interest is in neuroscience and trauma. He am also a Certified Trauma Specialist with the Trauma Institute International.He is a highly sought speaker and delivers lectures and workshops to parents, schools, health groups and also presents corporate workshops on mindfulness. As a male therapist he is frequently asked to deliver talks to groups on men's mental health.His down to earth explanation of complex issues, his thousands of client hours experience and his sense of humour means he is able to discuss the presenting issues in a relatable manner.He is a self-confessed nerd, stand up comedy lover, frustrated golfer, Formula 1 fanatic and will forever be a 90's hip hop kid at heart. He's been playing video games since the Spectrum 48k and when he finds the time he indulges in his other love – acting. In 2012 he won Best Actor at the All Ireland Drama finals.Connect with Allan:http://stmhpodcast.com/
Our guests for today's episode are Dr. SarahRose Black and Dr. Andrew Ascenzo. Dr. SarahRose is a certified music therapist and registered Psychotherapist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Kensington Health (Hospice) in Toronto, Ontario, currently specializing in music-centered psychotherapy in cancer care with palliative, hematology, general acute inpatient populations, and long-term care. Dr. Andrew is a cellist, conductor, teacher, composer, and musical director. He has designed a new concert genre along with Dr. SarahRose, combining live performance with narratives of the power of music in health and well-being. Their current project, "Pulse: Stories from the Frontlines of Music and Medicine," will occur at 918 Bathurst on September 14th, 2023, at 7:30 pm. Today, we connect with Dr SarahRose and discover what great things she has been up to since our last conversation. We also learn about Dr. Andrew's musical beginnings, the upcoming concert, and more!Click here for more information about their upcoming event.
Get ready for a captivating episode where resilience meets self-discovery! On this week's episode, we're joined by Owen O'Kane, a psychotherapist, Sunday Times bestselling author, and a prolific speaker who has spent over 25 years translating psychological insights into actionable steps for a more fulfilling life. Owen's journey through the complexities of his upbringing during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, whilst navigating his sexuality, adds a fascinating twist to our conversation. We discuss a wide range of topics, including the impact of religion on his life, growing up amidst conflict, and his powerful insights on stepping out of suffering. Owen's latest book, "How to Be Your Own Therapist," is a focal point of our chat as we uncover practical ways to enhance mental well-being and deepen self-understanding. With his down-to-earth personality and inspiring journey, Owen offers valuable insights that will resonate with anyone looking to improve their mental and emotional well-being. Are you ready to supercharge your life? Hit that play button now! Discussion points: 03:20 Leaving his job to become an author08:33 Owen's upbringing 16:10 Owen's religious experiences20:28 Working in palliative care23:29 Stepping out of your own suffering28:27 Understanding your narrative 42:15 A look at his book, “How to Be Your Own Therapist”49:40 The power of social media53:22 Fear as a driver, obstacle or protective mechanism1:03:20 How men and women process emotion Show Sponsors: Najahi Events: The UAE's leading event promoter https://www.instagram.com/najahievents/?hl=en Socials: Spencer Lodge https://www.instagram.com/spencer.lodge/?hl=en https://firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/spencerlodge/ https://www.youtube.com/c/SpencerLodgeTV https://www.facebook.com/spencerlodgeofficial/ Owen O'Kanehttps://www.instagram.com/owenokaneten/ https://www.facebook.com/owenokaneten https://www.linkedin.com/in/owen-o-kane-10465841/
In a recent episode of "Hidden Killers," host Tony Brueski delves deep into the perplexing character of Thomas Randolph, a man known for his continuously evolving appearances and peculiar personality. Psychotherapist and author, Shavaun Scott, adds a professional perspective on what might drive the attractions and interactions surrounding Randolph. Brueski observes, "It's a bizarre case when you look at his constantly changing looks throughout the decades. In recent years, he took on an almost feminine appearance with long flowing locks, only to cut it for a more professional, traditionally masculine look." Scott then weighs in on the psychological perspective of such behavior: "Someone like Randolph, who changes their appearance as frequently as they change partners, may have a manipulative strategy. It's chameleon-like, attempting to present a specific persona or facade." The question of Randolph's allure becomes even more confounding when Brueski points out that, while not having extensive information about the women Randolph has been associated with, they appear to be "normal middle class women." This begs the question: What could be Randolph's strategy or "shtick" to attract these women? "It does seem there's something more going on with this man," Scott adds. "Without in-depth psych reports or a detailed history, it's challenging to pin down what drives him or what he represents. However, the external oddities and peculiarities might be part of his allure." Digging deeper, Scott suggests that attraction doesn't always align with societal norms or conventional beauty standards. She explains, "There's a segment of society that's drawn to the eccentric or the 'tortured artist' archetype. And sometimes, the attraction might stem from a desire to help or guide the person or simply appreciate their uniqueness." Brueski raises an important observation: "All of the women associated with Randolph appear very average. They're not supermodels, but they aren't unattractive either." He suggests that Randolph might target specific women, potentially those with financial resources, who may value any attention they receive. Expanding on this, Scott states, "Psychopathic individuals, like Randolph appears to be, often have a knack for spotting vulnerability. They're masters at flattery, making others feel special, especially in the early stages of a relationship." She highlights that such individuals tend to prey on those who are statistically more likely to fall for their charms. Brueski and Scott both agree that, while psychopaths might exploit and manipulate, they don't typically resort to murder. However, in some cases, like that of Randolph's, the motive could be financial gain through insurance schemes. "Death becomes a means to an end," Scott concludes, "and that end is usually monetary." The discourse on "Hidden Killers" sheds light on the often overlooked aspects of human behavior, attraction, and the dark underpinnings that can sometimes drive human interactions. While Thomas Randolph remains a complex and confounding figure, the insights provided by Brueski and Scott offer a glimpse into the world of those who operate on the fringes of societal norms. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Alex Dayton has an impressive history in the mental health field including serving as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute and the Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus. In this revisited episode, he joins us today to talk about addiction treatment and recovery for licensed professionals. Because of their license, professionals like doctors, lawyers, and judges are more reluctant to seek treatment. The program offered by Veritus, which uses technology, helps to make treatment more a accessible.to this population. Listen to today's episode as Alex talks about the correlation among addiction, wealth, and success, explains dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)T, and shares exciting trends in the mental health field. IN THIS EPISODE [01:46] Similarities and differences between licensed professionals and the average person getting support for substance use. [06:22] How doctors compare to other patients in treatment [09:54] How treatment for lawyers is specialized [12:54] The correlation among addiction, success, and wealth [18:21] An explanation of DBT [23:42] Alex shares what he is looking forward to in the field in the coming years KEY TAKEAWAYS Technology is being used in the mental health field making treatment more accessible and offering different solutions for clients. DBT is an effective therapy technique because it is applicable in real-time. Doctors, lawyers, and other licensed professionals often have a hard time seeking help for substance use because they are afraid it will affect their license. Veritus and the Freedom Institute both aim to help treatment be more accessible to this population. RESOURCES: Beyond the Balance Sheet Website Veritus Website BIO: Alex Dayton is a Psychotherapist in private practice and an advisor to several organizations helping to support mental healthcare programming and strategy. Alex served for several years as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute, an outpatient treatment program located in New York City.. In addition, Alex served as the Vice President of clinical strategy and business development for Freedom Institute. Alex served as Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus, a virtual intensive outpatient program he helped launch and design to treat medical professionals, lawyers, and judges struggling with substance use disorder. Alex remains a consultant for both Freedom Institute and Veritus as a senior advisor. In addition to his Masters degree from New York University, Alex has received intensive training in DBT, and advanced practices in DBT from Marsha Linehan at Behavioral Tech. He has received training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) from the Beck Institute, completed the Foundations in Family Therapy Program at The Ackerman Institute for The Family, and completed training in advanced practices for Motivational Interviewing from MINT. Alex completed training at Bellevue hospital and at FEGS, working with adults who have both chronic mental illness and addiction. He has worked with adults, adolescents, and children at the Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy and on a research team at New York University conducting HIV and substance use research.
Babynups are gaining traction in the US, with some US Law firms even offering advice on how they should work. The document sets out what chores each parent will take up when the baby arrives, and in some cases are legally binding. But when faced with the chaos that often comes with family life, is this really practical? Bethan O'Riordan, Psychotherapist and owner of the Calm Parenting Community joined Sean to discuss...
When we are faced with what seems like an insurmountable crisis it can take a toll on not only us but our relationships. Jennifer Nunes is no stranger to handling crisis situations. When one of her sons was just 7 months old he had a stroke leading to a stay in the hospital receiving care and acclimating to their new normal. During this tumultuous time, as someone who has always been a planner she had to learn many hard lessons on how to accept things as they came, change plans daily as needed, and communicate with her husband to keep their relationship strong. Jennifer is a Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist with over a decade of experience helping individuals and couples improve their mindset, develop coping strategies, and increase self-awareness to improve their lives. Specializing in anxiety and a growth mindset, Jennifer uses evidence-based therapeutic approaches to support clients in their healing journey. We'll touch on: [2:53] What does happiness mean to Jennifer? [4:01] What does acceptance look like in her life? [5:17] Jennifer's experience with her son's first medical emergency and navigating life changes [10:52] Navigating her relationship with her husband during this period of crisis in their life. [17:45] Insight for others currently in a chaos/crisis situation. [23:40] The importance of a gratitude practice. [25:29] Jennifer's experience of her son's second medical treatment. [29:40] What readers can expect from her book. [31:21] How can someone create a little more happiness each day starting today Resources: Podcast Resources: https://www.simonacostantini.com/resources Apply to be a podcast guest: https://forms.gle/WtXHsqZmiEhCwTAk6 Connect with Simona www.instagram.com/simona__costantini www.instagram.com/costantiniproductions www.instagram.com/happinesshappenspodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXtOxOAuXxW7c5cYKdAEfWg https://twitter.com/simona_cos https://www.facebook.com/costantiniproductions https://www.facebook.com/happinesshappenspodcast/ www.simonacostantini.com Connect with Jennifer Instagram: @makingittomonday TikTok: @makingittomonday www.jennunes.com www.nourishedsoultherapy.com
Burnout, Impostor Syndrome, and Seeking Help.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Kathleen Fanone, psychotherapist and co-founder of the Baltimore Center for Psychotherapy. Kathleen tells Shana about building her career through a Master's in Social Work program at Smith College, doing further training at Walter Reed and Johns Hopkins before founding a group practice with a business partner. Shana and Kathleen talk about what's really behind burnout and discuss ways for thinking through impostor syndrome. Kathleen reminds us that every important relationship involves hard work, and she and Shana discuss the continuing need to destigmatize mental health care. Kathleen celebrates gentle, loving curiosity in the work of therapy. And she says that sometimes—even in a therapy session—it just makes sense to drop an F-bomb. QUOTES“One of the things that I explore first is what are all of the aspects of someone's life that's actually contributing to the burnout. While work may be at the forefront […] what are all of the things in someone's life that are tugging on them? - Kathleen Fanone [17:15]“If part of what happens is your perfectionism elicits shame, which is super common […] chances are you would shift into another job, demand 110% from yourself, and find yourself right back in the same position.” - Kathleen Fanone [23:37]“Where along the way did they get the message that they're not enough?….You have this really confident part that you can step into when you have your work hat on, that you project confidence and expertise […] And then when you get home you're not always in that part.” - Kathleen Fanone [31:20]“It is hard to take a step back and to step out and think, ‘This is not the sum of all of my parts' […] Is there something that I need to be accountable for in this, and what of this belongs to the other person?” - Kathleen Fanone [37:58]TIMESTAMPS[00:04] Intro[01:34] Meet Kathleen Fanone[03:23] Unpacking the Labels: Psychotherapists and Psychotherapy[05:51] Helping with Trauma: Knowing When to Push on the Gas and When to Hit the Brakes[09:49] Relating to That Wish to Be Done[12:45] Everyone Can Benefit from Working with a Therapist[17:45] Identifying What's Behind Burnout: What Is On Your Plate?[20:18] Is There a Magic Wand for Burnout? Internal and External Factors[22:39] When Perfectionism is the Problem[29:05] Thinking Through the “isms,” Getting Past Impostor Syndrome[36:36] Seeing What Belongs to You—and What Does Not[42:55] Success in (and out of) Relationships and Partnerships[48:07] On Leaving the DMV for Smith College, Walter Reed, and Johns Hopkins[57:08] Destigmatizing the Ask for Help[59:10] OutroRELEVANT LINKSKathleen Fanone at the Baltimore Center for PsychotherapyNyla Technology SolutionsI'd love to hear from you -- your feedback is important to me and I read all of it. If you enjoyed the podcast, I hope you'll give us 5 stars. I'll be sure to thank you via email. If not, let me know what you think we should do differently. Don't forget to hit “subscribe” so you'll receive notifications about guest interviews and other topics that drop every Tuesday.Live well, Shana
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Imagine growing up in an environment devoid of love, support, or even basic respect. Now, imagine the coping mechanisms one might develop in such an environment, only to find that these mechanisms are not beneficial in the long run. That's what we delve into with seasoned psychotherapist, Phyllis Leavitt. From tracing the roots of societal issues back to familial or community-based trauma, we dissect the impact of discrimination, abuse, and neglect on an individual and society at large. We highlight the urgent need for more psychological education to understand and navigate these dynamics, further discussing how these problems are mirrored on a broader scale, threatening societal stability.Are you aware of the two possible outcomes of an abusive upbringing - learned helplessness or identifying with the aggressor? Phyllis guides us through these dynamics and how they play out within our homes and society. We also touch on the overlooked gender dynamics and their societal impact. The conversation takes a deeper turn as we discuss the imbalance of power between men and women, the pendulum swing between genders, and the need for balanced role models.But it's not all doom and gloom. We explore the impact of small acts of kindness and love within a community. The role of generosity in healing communities is highlighted, along with the sense of belonging that can deter destructive behaviors. We then switch gears to discuss the long-term effects of emotional pain and discrimination, emphasizing the crucial role of love and care. Finally, Phyllis gives us a sneak peek into her upcoming book that aims to underscore the importance of kindness and respect in transforming situations and lives. Join us as we delve into these pressing societal issues from a fresh perspective.PHYLLIS Bio and linksI graduated from Antioch University with a Masters' Degree in Psychology and Counseling in 1989. I co-directed a sexual abuse treatment program called Parents United in Santa Fe, New Mexico until 1991 before going into private practice full time. I have been a psychotherapist treating children, families, couples, and individual adults for over 30 years, and I have worked extensively with abuse and dysfunctional family dynamics, their aftermath, and some of the most important elements for healing. I have also published two books, A Light in the Darkness and Into the Fire, and I have a new book America in Therapy. I live in Taos, NM and I retired from my practice and focused on writing. My website is www.phyllisleavitt.com https://www.facebook.com/phyllis.leavitthttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOdxqvDK9N421AZ5TTxqUgQhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/phyllis-leavitt-630179255/https://www.instagram.com/pel2347/ Support the showif you enjoyed the show be sure to check out my info:https://app.wingcard.io/ROB3SA64
Carl Jung once said " those who look outside dream, those who look inside awaken." And if you've ever seen an analytical Psychotherapist you'll know what he meant.One way of learning what makes us tick is through a concept called Ego States.Support the showSubmit a question https://richardnicholls.net/question/ Social Media Links Twitter https://twitter.com/richardnicholls Instagram https://www.instagram.com/richardnichollsreal Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RichardNichollsAuthor Youtube https://www.youtube.com/richardnicholls Mastadon https://mastodon.social/@richardnicholls
In a trial that has gripped the nation and made headlines around the world, Thomas Randolph, a man known for his chameleonic persona and continuously changing appearances, was found guilty by a jury for the heinous crimes committed against his sixth wife, Sharon Causse, and Michael Miller. The courtroom was tense as the jury read out their decision. Randolph, a man of many faces, whose life was characterized by a series of bewildering metamorphoses in both appearance and marriage, was charged with masterminding a cold-blooded murder plot. Police investigations suggested that Randolph had hired Miller to kill Causse. But in a chilling twist, it appeared Randolph then took the step of killing Miller to erase any ties to the crime. The details of the case were chilling. Sharon Causse's death had initially been viewed with a mix of sympathy and intrigue, given Randolph's storied past, filled with a myriad of relationships and continuous shifts in physical appearance. But as investigators delved deeper, the sinister plot began to unravel, implicating Randolph and Miller in a macabre dance of deceit and death. However, the case was far from straightforward. In 2017, Randolph was initially convicted for his role in the dual homicides. The conviction seemed like the culmination of a harrowing story of manipulation, betrayal, and murder. The families of the victims hoped they could finally find solace in the justice delivered. But in an unexpected twist, the narrative took a sharp turn. Legal representatives for Randolph contested the initial conviction, presenting an argument that certain witnesses and pieces of evidence used in the original trial were inadmissible. Their argument was persuasive. A judge, after reviewing the case, found irregularities in the evidence presented, agreeing that some of the key pieces of evidence and testimonies should not have been considered. As a result, Randolph was granted a new trial, casting doubt on the integrity of the initial investigation and throwing the case into fresh turmoil. The decision to grant a new trial was met with a flurry of reactions. For the families of the victims, it felt like a brutal reopening of old wounds. The public, who had followed every twist and turn of the Randolph saga, was left in suspense, waiting for the next chapter in this real-life crime drama. As the new trial commenced, the courtroom was a spectacle of anticipation and anxiety. Both the prosecution and defense presented their cases with renewed vigor, well aware of the scrutiny they were under. New witnesses were called, and previously inadmissible evidence was discarded, ensuring the trial's integrity. Throughout the proceedings, Randolph's enigmatic personality was under the spotlight. His history of frequent changes in appearance, paired with his numerous marriages, painted a picture of a man with a complex, perhaps even manipulative nature. Psychotherapists and experts weighed in, attempting to decipher the psyche of a man who seemed to shift identities as easily as one might change clothes. In the end, after painstaking deliberation, the jury once again found Randolph guilty. The verdict was a testament to the strength of the evidence against him, evidence that withstood intense scrutiny and the rigors of two separate trials. The conclusion of the Randolph trial marks the end of a tumultuous chapter in criminal justice. The case serves as a stark reminder of the complexities involved in the legal process and the importance of ensuring that every trial adheres to the highest standards of integrity. For the families of Sharon Causse and Michael Miller, the hope is that they can now begin the long process of healing, secure in the knowledge that justice, after a long and winding journey, has finally been served. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
Powered by Eaton Financial Group: where their motto is to live well, work hard and give generously. Under the leadership of Doug Eaton - Eaton provides counsel to its family of clients on complex financial issues, delivering a high level of proactive care and customized financial plans that meet each client's individual needs. The firm specializes in assisting women who handle household financial planning, by acting in a fiduciary capacity – meaning your best interests are their first priority. For a relaxed and no obligation cup of coffee and second opinion – live or virtually – visit eatonfinancialgroup.com to set an appointment. Karyn Rosenberg is a licensed psychotherapist and certified in Perinatal Mental Health. She holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University, and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from The University of Texas. Her practice is located in Boca Raton, FL where she offers virtual and in person sessions. Karyn helps provide emotional support to parent's as they navigate the postpartum journey, and specializes in grief and loss counseling and reproductive mental health. She facilitates the weekly " Mommy Matters” virtual support group with Boca Raton Regional Hospital's Gutin Pre and Postpartum Program. Karyn offers hypnotherapy services and is trauma trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Karyn has been an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University where she has taught Grief and Bereavement counseling, Issues in Counseling Women, and Issues in Mental Health Counseling on a graduate and undergraduate level.Her professional membership includes the Association of Oncology Social Workers, Association of Death Education and Counseling, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Postpartum Support International, Resolve, National Association of Social Workers, Emdria and Florida Society for Clinical Hypnosis. In this episode, Karyn and I discuss: Her work as a psychotherapist and ways she supports mothers and families. How mothers can and should prepare for postpartum. The Gutin Pre and Postpartum Progam at Boca Raton Regional. The importance of community/collaboration/connecting in motherhood. Tips for families to connect more in the digital age. Resources mentioned: Barbara C. Gutin Pre and Postpartum Program - 561-955-MAMA FREE Baby Fair Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts Surrender by Bono Storyteller by Dave Grohl Connect with Karyn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karyn-rosenberg-lcsw-pmh-c-14248a68 , www.karynrosenberg.com, and https://www.instagram.com/karynlcsw/ Connect with Nicole and The Motherhood Village at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.motherhood.village1/ YouTube: The Motherhood Village - YouTube LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolegcumberbatch/ Website: https://www.themotherhoodvillage.com/ Loved this episode? Leave a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-motherhood-village-podcast/id1487274178
Guilt, shame, anxiety, depression. These are some of the most common traits affecting the LGBTQ community as a whole. Today, my guest Nick Santo, Psychotherapist, and I share our own experiences on our journeys to combat these issues as well as provide ways to step into self-love and self-awareness to enrich who we are as LGBTQ+ individuals. About Nick Dr. Nick Santo earned his MSW at Fordham and his DSW at NYU. He holds a certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice and completed the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy one-year program at the Training Institute for Mental Health. He is currently a psychoanalytic candidate at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity. He has been practicing psychotherapy for 14+ years, and currently maintains a private practice. Dr. Santo's interests include treatment with sexual and gender minority adults with histories of relational and/or religious trauma. Connect With Nick Website Instagram
Denial. It's not something that anyone wants to talk about, right? But we all have experience with it. That's why I'm so excited to introduce you to Dr. Jane Greer. Dr. Jane Greer is a Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychotherapist, author, radio host, and creator of “SHRINK WRAP,” the popular commentary on what we can learn from the trials and triumphs of not only celebrity but all relationships. Through her media collaborations and professional insights, Dr. Greer is recognized as a leading national expert in love and relationships. She's the author of six books, including her latest, Am I Lying To Myself? How to Overcome Denial and See the Truth. My conversation with Dr. Greer was super enlightening. She has a really interesting perspective on denial and why it can hold us back, especially when it comes to confidence. In this episode of the Contagious Confidence Podcast, we talk about:What is denial? How we can recognize denial in ourselves and othersHow to handle someone who is in denial about a problem or bad behaviorHow denial impacts our confidence Where to Find Dr. Greer:Website: drjanegreer.meBook: Am I Lying To Myself? How to Overcome Denial and See the TruthRadio Show: Doctor On CallPsychology Today: Shrink Wrap BlogInstagram: @drjanegreerStay Connected: Katie's IG: @katieehawkes Podcast's IG: @contagiousconfidencepodcast Email: email@example.com
Tonight's special guest is Russell Stagg from St Johns, New Brunswick, Canada, a child abuse survivor who's now a Licensed Counselling Therapist, a Psychotherapist and a Registered Clinical Counsellor. He's written a book about it based his experience and, besides a bit about his life story, he's specifically asked to talk about it, too, 'ONE IN SIX: A Man's Guide to Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse'. Russell says, "I help people with issues such as depression, addiction, or relationship problems. Some of my clients have experienced bullying, domestic violence, or the trauma of leaving an abusive religion. My specialty is trauma, particularly sexual abuse and sexual assault, and I have written on the subject for major psychology journals." He explains, "In working with individuals, I developed my person-centered approach as the Jewish chaplain for the University of Calgary and as the interfaith resident chaplain for the Emergency, Intensive Care, and Burn Units at Calgary Foothills Hospital. It means I do my utmost to experience your situation as if it were my own." This is one of the things that set him apart. "Then I use the techniques of cognitive-behavioral therapy to challenge and overcome toxic thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. And if you've been struggling with PTSD or repeated bouts of depression, I may introduce you to the healing techniques of mindfulness. Used with caution, it can be a useful tool." The technique Russell uses with couples is a bit different. "When I work with couples, I focus on the powerful emotions underneath your anger. Sharing and acknowledging those emotions can actually bring you closer, rather than driving you apart."
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There is an "awakening of self" that happens when people practice non-monogamy. This awakening has the potential to be exciting and exhilarating, but also frightening and destabilizing because you and your partner(s) may change in ways that you never anticipated. In today's show, we're going to explore a helpful model for understanding where each partner is during a relationship transition. This framework can serve as a useful practical guide when it comes to navigating the challenges that occur in the process of opening up or when exploring a new form of non-monogamy. I am joined once again by Jessica Fern and David Cooley, the co-authors of the new book, Polywise: A Deeper Dive Into Navigating Open Relationships. Jessica is a Psychotherapist, Coach, and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She is also author of the book Polysecure, which we spoke about previously on the show. David is a professional Restorative Justice facilitator, who created the Restorative Relationship Conversations Model, a process that transforms interpersonal conflict into deeper connection, intimacy and repair. Some of the specific questions we discuss in this episode include: What does an "awakening of self" look like? How can opening up a relationship change you? What are the 5 different stages in the process of self-awakening? Why do partners sometimes move in different directions during a self-awakening? In what ways is self-awakening a positive experience? In what ways is it painful? To learn more, you can visit Jessica and David's websites, and preorder Polywise here. Thank you to our sponsors! Thinking about opening your relationship? Get help from Beducated! Featuring more than 100 online courses taught by the experts, Beducated brings pleasure-based sex and relationship education directly into your bedroom. Enjoy a free trial today and get 50% off their yearly pass by using my last name - LEHMILLER - as the coupon code. Sign up now at: https://beducate.me/pd2333-lehmiller *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: Precision Podcasting (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.
It's Back-to-School season and today we are talking about about contentment--as it relates to our children's educational experience. I'm joined by Niro Feliciano (Author, Psychotherapist, National Media Commentator and Mom of 4). In this episode Niro and I discuss monitoring our own expectations and reactivity, in addition to that of our children. Links from this Episode Niro's Website This Book Won't Make You Happy: Eight Keys to Finding True Contentment All Things Life with Niro Podcast SPONSORS KiwiCo: To build curiosity and fun, go to kiwico.com/simple to get 50% off your first month, plus free shipping. PrepDish: Meal planning made easy, go to prepdish.com/families for your first two weeks free.
In a recent episode of the "Hidden Killers" podcast, Tony Brueski hosted Shavaun Scott, an accomplished psychotherapist and author, to delve deep into the psyche of criminals and understand the intricate workings of forensic psychotherapy. The main focus revolved around individuals like Rex Heuermann, an accused criminal, and the psychological evaluations and therapeutic conversations conducted with such individuals while in custody. "These guys that commit such crimes are generally narcissistic, psychopathic, and sadistic. A trio of very problematic traits," remarked Scott. According to Scott, individuals like Heuermann possess a dangerous cocktail of personality traits. Their narcissism, psychopathy, and sadism lead them to boast and brag. Interestingly, this very narcissism often becomes their downfall. "If you can get them talking, usually by asking questions appealing to their narcissism, they trip themselves up," Scott explained. She then laid out the probable approach for forensic interviews. "I'd just want to get the guy talking at first. While you don't reveal the red flags they may be disclosing, careful notes are taken, and one listens, asking a lot of questions," she elaborated. Notably, psychological tests like the MPI and psychopathy checklists are incorporated to further understand their psyche. But how effective are these tests? The reliability, Scott indicates, depends on the chosen tests and the skill level of the person administering them. Criminals with the aforementioned trio of traits often prove to be master manipulators. "They're storytellers and they're always spinning a tale," said Scott. But even the best of them can't hide their inconsistencies forever, especially if they're under extended scrutiny. The "Hidden Killers" episode also touched upon the relevance of media coverage in crimes like Heuermann's. "Media can play a role, especially in inspiring the mass shooters, those with a political agenda, or an agenda against women," shared Scott. Such individuals can be influenced by media coverage, attempting to outdo each other. However, in the case of serial killers, like Heuermann, the impact seems less direct. Scott said, "This kind of pathology develops so early in life. They've usually been having weird sexual fantasies since childhood." It's more ingrained, a deeper issue that's often hard to simply pin on media influence. The conversation went on to differentiate between serial killers, who've harbored twisted fantasies from a young age, and mass killers, who act out more suddenly, without such a prolonged history. "It's usually not somebody who's been fantasizing about that for years, maybe a couple of years, but not going back to age eight, nine, or 10," explained Scott. In conclusion, while each criminal is unique, understanding the intricate layers of their psyche and how it functions can be an invaluable tool in investigations and the justice system. As Shavaun Scott's insights suggest, even the most hardened criminals have vulnerabilities. The task for forensic psychotherapists is to find those cracks and help unmask the truth behind the façade. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
We tend to be attracted to partners who are similar to us—and that makes sense. But no matter how similar you and your partner are, there are always going to be some areas where you differ. And while those differences have the potential to help a relationship thrive, they can also drive you apart. So let's talk about navigating differences in relationships. In this episode, we're going to focus on dealing with differences when you're in a consensually non-monogamous relationship, but a lot of the information is applicable no matter what kind of relationship you're in. My guests today are Jessica Fern and David Cooley, the co-authors of the new book, Polywise: A Deeper Dive Into Navigating Open Relationships. Jessica is a Psychotherapist, Coach, and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She is also author of the book Polysecure, which we spoke about previously on the show. David is a professional Restorative Justice facilitator, who created the Restorative Relationship Conversations Model, a process that transforms interpersonal conflict into deeper connection, intimacy and repair. Some of the specific questions we discuss in this episode include: How important is similarity in relationships? How can opening up a relationship amplify differences between partners? How do you navigate communication differences in relationships? Why is it important for partners to do an inventory of their similarities and differences? How can non-monogamy help relationships thrive when big differences exist between partners? To learn more, you can visit Jessica and David's websites, and preorder Polywise here. Thank you to our sponsors! Explore the intersection of sex and technology at this year's Security Sexuality Conference, which will be held October 19th and 20th in Detroit, MI. Securing Sexuality is the premier conference for people passionate about promoting sex positive, science-based, and secure interpersonal relationships. Continuing education credits are available for qualified professionals. Purchase your pass at securingsexuality.com Support sex science by becoming a friend of the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University. Visit kinseyinstitute.org to make a donation to support ongoing research projects on critical topics. You can also show your support by following the Kinsey Institute on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: Precision Podcasting (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.
We are excited to welcome Psychotherapist and Betrayal Navigation Coach, KayLee Dunn, to this week's episode of Choose to Be. KayLee talks through the brain science behind trauma and will help you better understand your body's survival responses and how to turn them into your superpower. With relatable personal examples, relevant research, and empathy for your experience, this is a valuable episode you won't want to miss! Listen to Learn: What fight, flight, and freeze looks like and what you can do with it. How naming and noticing helps you begin to regulate yourself. Whether or not you can really heal after betrayal. What your inner survivor is. How your triggers and your inner survivor are a gift. Mentioned in this Episode: Tiktok: @heykayleedunn KayLee's Website: www.kayleedunn.com/ Love You Now Conference: www.kayleedunn.com/loveyounow More from Choose Recovery Services Choose Healing - Betrayal Trauma Support for Women - This weekly support group is for women who have recently experienced betrayal and are needing help to cope with the symptoms of trauma such as depression, hypervigilance, anxiety, and lack of trust. Ask questions from our team of coaches at Choose Recovery Services who have been there with this accessible group that is free for the first 12 weeks. Help Her Heal for Men - Hali Roderick helps men learn more about empathy, conflict resolution, and healthy communication. Participants will receive weekly exercises and worksheets to help them gain the skills to begin healing a broken relationship. Empowerment After Betrayal for Men - Hali Roderick is starting a betrayal trauma support group for men who have been betrayed where they can gain tools and resources to recover from betrayal trauma in a healthy way while being surrounded by a supportive community. Choose 90 for Men - Support group for men who are ready to take the first step towards recovery from compulsive behavior, infidelity and/or betrayal. Participants will gain tools and an understanding to better manage emotions and assess behaviors. Choose 180 for Men - This support group helps men gain emotional intelligence so they can better manage unwanted behaviors. Participants will connect with other men, better understand their emotions, work through shame, and build a deep respect for themselves. Choose 360 for Men - Support group for men who have reached a sense of wholeness in their recovery and are looking to maintain their recovery through awareness, accountability, and comradery. Road to Recovery - Free monthly webinar with Luke and Alana Gordon for couples navigating the relational aspects the come along the road to recovery. Choosing to Stay Webinar - Hali Roderick teaches this free monthly webinar for couples choosing to stay together after infidelity. Should I Stay or Should I Go? - Amie Woolsey teaches this free monthly coaching call for those stuck trying to decide whether to stay in their marriage. Empowered Divorce Q&A - Amie Woolsey offers a free monthly coaching call to answer questions for women navigating divorce. The Empowered Divorce Podcast with Amie Woolsey for those who are leaning towards divorce. Connect with us on Social Media: Amie Woolsey - Life Coach CPC, ICF, ELI-MP, CLDS, APSATS Trainee Alana Gordon - MFTIntern, CCPS-C Choose Recovery Services
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Today on Sense of Soul podcast we have Dr. Howard Eisenberg. He has a diverse and accomplished background as a Neuroscientist, Physician, Psychotherapist, Professor, Executive, Author, Management Consultant, Corporate Trainer, Public Speaker, & Executive Coach. With over a half-century of research trying to discover the truer nature of reality and our place in it. He is the founder & C.E.O. of SYNTREK® Inc., and is a consulting and training specialist in performance enhancement & collaborative intelligence. He is internationally noted for his pioneering expertise in Change Management & Innovation. Because of his painful concern about the accelerating breakdown of our world – the increasing mass insanity & looming existential threats, Howard felt called to share what he has recently discovered about how reality works and the related reasons for our current plight. He's joining us to share his findings about the underlying explanatory pattern in his book, that serves as a global wake-up call – “Dream it to Do it: The Science & the Magic”. It provides the breakthrough PROOF - scientifically, logically, & experientially, for the ‘primacy of consciousness' as the underlying ‘Source' of all! This is a very powerful book by a long-time explorer of the various realms of consciousness. It's a spiritually and scientifically integrated book of revelations. From the ancient wisdom traditions of antiquity to the leading-edge research in quantum mechanics and neuroplasticity. It also explains the reasons, and the solutions, for the history of human conflicts and the rapidly deteriorating ecological crisis. It is a user-friendly manual of initiation into the underlying mysteries of our existence that explains how reality works. Learn more here: https://drhowardeisenberg.com Learn more about Sense of Soul Podcast: https://www.senseofsoulpodcast.com