Tony explains the “amygdala hijack,” or why it feels like you quickly lose control of your emotions when trying to communicate, or sometimes be around, the narcissist in your life. Is there anything that you can do in the moment, or do you need to simply give yourself grace that it happened, review the “game film” afterward, and make a plan…or c) all of the above? Tony references the article “All About Amygdala Hijack,” by Traci Pedersen, medically reviewed by Bethany Juby, PsyD https://psychcentral.com/health/amygdala-hijack#takeaway Tony mentioned his presentation in Monica Tanner's "Secrets of Happily Ever After," summit which brings 32 marriage therapists and life/relationship coaches together to provide a wealth of tips to strengthen your marriage. You can sign up for the summit for free using the following link: https://tonyoverbay--onthebrighterside.thrivecart.com/shea-summit-accelerator/ If you are interested in being coached in Tony's upcoming "Magnetic Marriage Podcast," please email him for more information. You will receive free marriage coaching and remain anonymous when the episode airs. Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
I was giddy with joy during this informative conversation with Erin McKee, PsyD, clinical psychologist and trauma therapist. Please join us as we discuss: Dr. Erin's insights on trauma sensitivity her personal journey as a Navy officer and resulting PTSD her philosophies on brain plasticity defining mindfulness practices with examples of healing strategies and so … Continue reading Dr. Erin McKee – Understanding Trauma Sensitivity and Using Mindfulness as a Healing Tool →
GUEST BIO: Shelby Harris, PsyD, DBSM is a clinical psychologist and sleep specialist in private practice in NY. She is board certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and treats a wide variety of sleep, anxiety and depression issues using evidence-based, non-medication treatments. Her self-help book, The Women's Guide to Overcoming Insomnia: Get a Good Night's Sleep Without Relying on Medication was published in 2019 (WW Norton Books). Before going into private practice, she was the longstanding director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the Sleep-Wake Disorders Center at Montefiore Medical Center. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC. Dr. Harris has been an invited columnist for the New York Times “Consults Blog,” and is frequently quoted in the media, including the New Yorker, Washington Post, and NYT On Parenting column. She has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America and CBS Mornings. Dr. Harris can also be found on Instagram at @SleepDocShelby where she provides evidence-based information about sleep wellness and sleep disorders.SHOW NOTES:
Dr. Kirk Honda, PsyD, LMFT is the host of Psychology in Seattle, a YouTube channel and podcast that covers pop culture through the lens of psychoanalysis. In today's episode we discuss repressed traumatic memories , CPTSD vs. BPD, "pro-dependency", client transference, social media's impact on mental health awareness,, and Depp v. Heard. Dr. Kirk has 25+ years experience as a psychotherapist and professor specializing in Borderline Personality Disorder, with a Doctorate in Psychology, and Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy.. Psychology In Seattle YouTube ChannelPsychology In Seattle Instagram Dr. Kirk's WebsiteSupport the Podcast -https://www.patreon.com/adultchildwww.buymeacoffee.com/adultchildFollow Andrea on social -www.instagram.com/adultchildpodwww.tiktok.com/@adultchildpodMid-roll music source https://soundcloud.com/dave_wave/a-friend-like-me-electro-swing-remix (I do not own the rights of song - for entertainment purposes only)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EPISODE SPONSORIntegrative Life Center is designed to help heal individuals struggling with mental health, addiction, eating disorders, trauma, sex, love and intimacy disorders, and and other life situations that have gotten in the way of living a satisfying and meaningful life. Their specialized programs aim not just to treat the problematic behaviors you can see, but the underlying trauma that's driving that behavior.With locations in Nashville, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Oxford, Mississippi, and Berthoud, Colorado and work with most major insurances on an out-of-network basis, and have a full continuum of in-patient programs – from two-week intensives; 30-day residential options; to extended care programming. Call the experts at Integrative Life Network today for a free phone consultation to see if they have a program that may be right for you.Talk to an admissions specialist today for a free phone consultation at 615-610-5399 or email them directly and firstname.lastname@example.org.Support the show
Rebecca Good is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and graduated with a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. She has comprehensive experience working with young-adults and adolescents, as well as with adults, individuals with ADHD or who are neurodivergent, youth impacted by high-conflict divorce, and families impacted by substance use. She also specializes in treating trauma ranging from early attachment issues to acute PTSD symptoms. Julia Herrera is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Manhattan Beach, California who has 8 plus years experience working with children, adolescents, and their families. She specializes in working with children and adolescents coping with anxiety, depression, academic pressures and parents going through divorce. She also works with parents contemplating or in the process of divorce. She utilizes a nonjudgmental and safe space for parents to navigate the co-parenting process while also providing ways to help their children adjust to family dynamic changes. Breaking Ground Therapy Breathe Family Counseling and Wellness Center The Devastating Effect of Parental Alienation on Children The High Conflict Co-Parenting Podcast ------ Rebecca Good, PsyD on LinkedIn Julia Herrera, LMFT on LinkedIn
For many, a marriage or close relationship with addiction is the norm, and yet life with an addicted partner is not only not the ideal, but is often a source of chaos, negativity, emotional upheaval, and worse, sometimes for generations on end. Join Christa in this special episode with Dr. Deborah Russo, Psy.D, who has a specialty in working with couples and addictions. Dr. Russo shares clarified great hope and tips for those walking on this often lonely and misunderstood road. Show links: Dr. Russo and Christa's 2-hour addiction training Sat, Oct 1, 2022 Click here for the training: https://connectionsrelationalrecovery.com/crr-workshop-breaking-intergenerational-trauma-together Addictions Inventory Mentioned: https://auditscreen.org/check-your-drinking Spousal Support: https://al-anon.org/al-anon-meetings/
Although parents of young kids might think cutting or other forms of self-harm is something they won't need to worry about until the teenage years, Dr. Kelly explains why this is not true. She explains how parents can actively work to prevent self-harm and how to respond if it does happen in their home.
On today's episode of the Flourishing Therapreneur, we are joined by Maelisa McCaffrey (Hall). This episode is for you if you are: Stressed out by writing notes and feel that your notes aren't “good enough” Unsure how to catch up on documentation and prevent falling behind on it again Curious about the most common mistakes therapists make with notes in private therapy practice Wondering why documentation can be so challenging for therapists in private practice And interested in learning what you can do to make improvements in your note-writing process to find more balance in your therapy practice. I always love chatting with Maelisa, and found this conversation fruitful in so many ways! On this week's episode of the Flourishing Therapreneur, Maelisa and I are diving headfirst into a touchy topic for many therapists: taking notes. Documentation can be such a pressure point and stressor for therapists in private practice, and Maelisa is here to help us understand why it can be stressful, reasons therapists get behind on documentation, as well as ways to improve your process to stay on top of documentation going forward. We dig into negative connotations we are taught about note-taking in private practice, and forge ahead with tangible steps to work smarter, not harder, to make documentation more manageable. If notes have been a point of stress for you, or if you are simply looking to improve your documentation process, I know you will gain something from this episode! Want to learn more? Go to our website: www.theflourishingtherapreneur.com Join our free community on Facebook or connect with us on IG: @theflourishingtherapreneur Did you enjoy learning from Maelisa? Connect with her on her website www.qaprep.com. Get Maelisa's free guide and other resources at www.qaprep.com/crash-course
Relationship coach Erika Simone joins us today to discuss how the relationship with God and our fathers impact our romantic relationships with others. Erika and further discuss lessons of spiritual teachings, and how some of the underlying tones to those messages can be oppressive to women. Erika and I chat about emotional dyregulation and the role that plays in how we show up for others and ourselves. Visit Erika Simone at: https://www.itserikasimone.com/ https://www.itserikasimone.com/receiv... https://www.tiktok.com/@erikasimone_ https://www.instagram.com/erikasimone_/ *Please note: Information provided on this episode are general suggestions and is not applicable to every situation or person. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner. Some of the information discussed on the podcast can be sensitive in nature, therefore listener discretion is advised. The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC. Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones email@example.com Sign up for the free ebook on Red Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group
In this episode, Kyle interviews Clinical Psychologist and Founder of the Psychedelic Society of Vermont, Dr. Rick Barnett, from a live event in Burlington, VT this past June. They discuss psychedelics' various contexts of use. www.psychedelicstoday.com
Cast:Dr. Tara Egan - hostQuincee Gideon, Psy.D - guest expert**ENCORE EPISODE** originally aired 5/11/22Has religion traumatized you or someone you know? Or are you just curious about what religious trauma looks like and want to hear stories of those that have gone through it, as well as how to begin to get support?If any of these sound like you, you will absolutely want to tune into this extremely interesting new podcast episode of Season 5. Tara has a fascinating discussion about "Understanding Religious Trauma and Healing From It " with Quincee Gideon, PsyD. Dr. Gideon is a licensed clinical psychologist and religious trauma specialist. She is the founder of Woven Together Trauma Therapy in Los Angeles, CA and has over 12 years of clinical experience in treating trauma and trauma-related disorders. She focuses specifically on working with trauma survivors to help them overcome religious abuse, sexual abuse and assault, postpartum trauma, and childhood complex post-traumatic stress disorder. In this episode, you will hear some interesting discussions around religious trauma, cult life, and the impact it can have on mental health.Tune in to learn: - What is religious trauma exactly?- What a cult is - features, examples, how they can shape someone's life?- The impact of religious trauma on mental health- triggers, inner struggles, questioning sense of self, guilt and shame...and so many more-How would someone know they are experiencing this type of trauma themselves or -recognize it in a loved one? What are some signs to look for?- Ways to receive support for those who are ready to get out- what help is available, what are the steps one would take?- That there is a way out and you can do it privately, reach out for help!To learn more about Gideon, her membership group, and her podcast https://www.quinceegideon.com/Website - For parents to learn more about Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services, books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and consultation services, Go HERE.Facebook - learn more HERE.YouTube - learn more HERE.Instagram - learn more HERE.Podcast edited by Christian Fox
Monica and Annette welcome back Dr. Harold E. Shinitzky Psy. D. to discuss sports and parenting. He's a Licensed Psychologist with offices in Clearwater and St. Petersburg, Florida. He has been helping to make a difference in the lives of others for nearly 30 years. Dr. Shinitzky specializes in Sport Psychology and is a highly acclaimed and sought after Motivational Speaker. He works with nationally ranked junior, collegiate, Olympic and professional athletes from every major association (PGA, NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL). He is the author of A Champion's Mindset. This book is written for athletes, coaches and parents as well as the sports fan who is interested in understanding the underlying psychology that makes a champion athlete. As a Sport Psychologist for nearly 30 years, working with Olympians, professional and nationally ranked junior athletes. What's your sports parenting story? Tell us at https://www.facebook.com/shrinkschat/
Can art be used in the treatment of schizophrenia? What about martial arts? Yoga? Horses? Therapy options like music therapy and sand play therapy are not meant to be main forms of treatment for schizophrenia. But, they are add-on therapies, also known as adjunctive therapies, that can be incorporated as a part of your treatment strategy. One of these therapies that has become more popular in recent years is eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) for post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Deborah Korn, a clinical psychologist and coauthor of “Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, the Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal,” joins to explain how EMDR is being used to help people with schizophrenia. Host Rachel Star Withers, a diagnosed schizophrenic, and co-host Gabe Howard explore different add-on therapies and discuss which ones are shown to help schizophrenia in this episode. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Guest Bio Deborah L. Korn, PsyD, a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is on the faculties of the EMDR Institute in California and the Trauma Research Foundation in Boston. She is an EMDR International Association-approved consultant and presents and consults internationally on the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. She is the Coauthor of “Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, the Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal.” Learn more at www.everymemorydeservesrespect.com. Inside Schizophrenia Podcast Host Rachel Star Withers creates videos documenting her schizophrenia, ways to manage and let others like her know they are not alone and can still live an amazing life. She has written Lil Broken Star: Understanding Schizophrenia for Kids and a tool for schizophrenics, To See in the Dark: Hallucination and Delusion Journal. Fun Fact: She has wrestled alligators. To learn more about Rachel, please visit her website, RachelStarLive.com. Inside Schizophrenia Co-Host Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com.
Adam J. Rodríguez, PsyD, is a psychologist and proud first-generation college graduate. He currently is in private practice where he offers individual, couple, and group psychotherapy, as well as consultation and supervision to other clinicians. He is adjunct faculty at Lewis & Clark College and was formerly an Assistant Professor and the Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Psychology Department at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA. Dr. Rodriguez's past clinical experiences include work in community mental health, hospitals, college counseling services, and forensic psychotherapy for the California State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Federal Prison system. In his practice and scholarly work, Dr. Rodríguez is most interested in the study of first-generation college students, multiracial identities, the intersection of race/ethnicity and class, and the connections between music and clinical work. He has published numerous academic articles and reviews, and has edited and written a book on first-generation college students, titled "Know That You Are Worthy: Experiences From First-Generation College Graduates" to be released with Rowman & Littlefield in February 2023. He is a board member of Psychotherapy Action Network (PsiAN), an organization which advocates for therapies of depth, insight, and relationship. Dr Rodríguez also is a bassist and SCUBA diver who spends as much time with his son as his son will allow. http://www.dradamrodriguez.com/http://www.dradamrodriguez.com/know-that-you-are-worthy/All production by Cody Maxwell. Artwork by Cody Maxwell. Opening graphic assets by UlyanaStudio and Grandphic.sharkfyn.com
On this week's episode we are joined by Dr. Alexis Conason. We dive into diet culture, societal norms, what it really means to be body positive, fat phobia, diet culture red flags on social media, and so much more. Alexis Conason, PsyD, CEDS-S, is a clinical psychologist and certified eating disorderspecialist in private practice in New York City. She is the owner of ConasonPsychological Services, a Health At Every Size ®-informed group therapy practicespecializing in the treatment of binge eating disorder, disordered eating, and bodyimage. She is the founder of The Anti-Diet Plan, a weight-inclusive online mindful eatingprogram and is the author of The Diet-Free Revolution: 10 Steps to Free Yourself fromthe Diet-Cycle with Mindful Eating and Radical Self-Acceptance (North Atlantic Books,2021). She was previously a research associate at the New York Nutrition ObesityResearch Center in affiliation with Columbia University. Her research has beenpublished in peer-reviewed journals, she is a frequent speaker at conferences, and shehas been featured widely as an expert on the topics of mindful eating, body image, anddiet culture in the media. You can find her on social media @theantidietplan. A lifelong New Yorker, Conason lives in Manhattan with her husband and twodaughters. She loves all things related to food including cooking, food shopping,watching food shows on TV, and of course eating! But most rewarding is helping herclients transform their relationship with food and experience the joys of eating. She is afierce advocate for helping people recognize and question the societal norms thatencourage their feeling not good enough about themselves so they can stop fixating onshrinking their bodies and reclaim the space that they deserve in the world.Dr. Conason's Website: https://www.theantidietplan.com/Dr. Conason's Instagram: @theantidietplanBadass Basic Bitch Instagram: @badassbasicbitch
Jonah Paquette, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist, international speaker, and author. His previous books include Awestruck, The Happiness Toolbox, and Real Happiness: Proven Paths for Contentment, Peace, and Well-Being. In addition to his writing and clinical work, Jonah offers training and consultation to therapists, organizations, and the public on the promotion of well-being. He conducts workshops and seminars both nationally and internationally, and has trained thousands of therapists and members of the public on the science of happiness. Jonah and his wife live in Marin County, California. More information about him and his work can be found at www.jonahpaquette.com. Thanks for listening! Support us by becoming a subscriber to The Science of Psychotherapy Academy! Or you can simply buy us a cup of coffee! Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option to review at the bottom of the main page for the podcast - after the list of available episodes) - Here's a link for iTunes. And please subscribe to our show! You can also find our podcast at: The Science of Psychotherapy Podcast Homepage If you want more great science of Psychotherapy please visit our website thescienceofpsychotherapy.com Grab a copy of our latest book! The Practitioner's Guide to the Science of Psychotherapy
When dealing with a narcissist, we often underestimate the level of dangerousness of a person or situation. This episode explores behaviors and actions that should never be minimized, ignored, or dismissed. *Please note: Information provided on this episode are general suggestions and is not applicable to every situation or person. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner. Some of the information discussed on the podcast can be sensitive in nature, therefore listener discretion is advised. The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC. Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for the free ebook on Red Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group
Special Co-Host Dr. Aimee Daramus leads a discussion with world renowned prescribing clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Derek Phillips, as well as Rebecca and Stephen around the complex privacy law challenges and ethical practices of Better Help. This is part 1 of a two part series. The discussion also explores - briefly - Scope of Practice and the delivery of care in the mental health sector. Connect with Dr. Derek Phillips, PsyD, MSCP, ABMP LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/derek-phillips-psyd-mscp-abmp-81aa7134/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrDCPhillips Connect with Bi-Polar Girl Website: https://bipolargirlpodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bipolargirlpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bipolargirlpod Song Of The Week Run Away to Mars By Talk -- https://music.apple.com/us/album/run-away-to-mars/1639187337?i=1639187350 Rolling Weekly Credits Inspirational Words From Lisa Nichols -- https://motivatingthemasses.com/ Eva By Punctual -- https://music.apple.com/us/album/eva/1162126046?i=1162126081 Panamericana By Tango 3.0 -- https://music.apple.com/us/album/panamericana/1544977199?i=1544977619 Connect Guest Hosts Aimee Daramus, Psy. D. LCP: https://www.audeotherapy.com Joelle Rabow Maletis, MA. Ed, MA, LMFT: https://joellerabowmaletis.com/about-us/
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst, author and radio host specializing in eating disorders. She is the author of The Binge Cure: 7 Steps to Outsmart Emotional Eating and Food For Thought: Perspectives On Eating Disorders, and co-editor of Beyond The Primal Addiction. Her YouTube channel is Break Free from Bingeing with Dr. Nina. She also hosts The Dr. Nina Show radio program on LA Talk Radio. Dr. Nina's recent TEDx talk is Why Binge Eating is NOT about Food.Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin: https://drninainc.comMarcus Kain: https://www.mkaincoaching.com
The negative impacts and desperation caused by mental illness are increasing in our society and can be devastating and overwhelming, but fortunately there are organizations like the Aurora Mental Health Center here in Colorado dedicated to providing long term, short term and emergency therapy and treatment, all the while conducting clinical research learn how to better serve clients of all ages. You'll hear from CEO Dr. Kelly Phillips Henry how this amazing organization is helping people from all around the world deal with mental health issues and live life to the fullest. To learn more about the Aurora Mental Health Center, visit www.auhmc.org and learn how your can support and volunteer to help this amazing facility serving people from all over the world in Colorado. This podcast has been brought to you by JC Charity and Events Services. If you are interested in how I might be able to bolster your efforts and help your team achieve its goals, I would love to have a conversation with you – you can find me at www.makingourworldbetter.com.
This week's episode features a conversation with Dr. George James, PsyD, LMFT. In his role as Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. James assists in developing innovative programs and services for Council for Relationships including launching a new mental wellness and therapy initiative for athletes and entertainers (from high school and college to professional status through retirement). Dr. James also plays a significant role with media and provides media training for therapists internally and externally.Dr. James works extensively with professional athletes, entertainers, adult men & women, executives, and young adult women and men on various issues including adulting, anxiety, parenting, romantic relationships/love life, depression, leadership, career, work-life balance, racial identity/development, affairs, lack of communication and intimacy & sex concerns.In addition, Dr. James is an Assistant Professor for the Couple and Family Therapy Master's Program at Thomas Jefferson University, which is offered in partnership with Council for Relationships. He speaks and consults with universities, for profit and non-profit organizations and family owned businesses. Dr. James is devoted to helping people improve their quality of life, to be involved in the healing of their wounds and enrichment of their relationships.Dr. James is President and CEO of George Talks, LLC, a communication and consulting company. Dr. James is a nationally recognized speaker, seminar presenter and facilitator on various topics. Additionally, Dr. James has been a reoccurring expert guest on radio, television, and online programs including The TODAY Show, CNBC, Nickelodeon, Good Day Philadelphia on FOX29, NBC10, CBS3, iHeartradio, Radio One, Ebony Magazine, and many others. Dr. James is a board member for Child Guidance Resource Centers and Project Pneuma. Dr. James is also a member of the CNBC Financial Wealth Council. He was appointed to the Philadelphia Mayor's Commission on African American Males in 2017. Also, in 2017, he was awarded the BMe Genius award, and then in 2018, he received the Fun Times Magazine Man of Influence award. Later in 2018, Dr. James was invited to be a part of the BMe Public Voices Fellowship with the Op Ed Project. Most recently, he was awarded the 2019 American Association of Marriage and Family Therapist's (AAMFT) Excellence in Media Award.Dr. James attended Villanova University as a Presidential Scholar and majored in Psychology and concentrated in Africana Studies. He received his Masters of Family Therapy degree from Drexel University and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University.As always, thank you for spending your Wednesday with us!You can visit the Welcome To Fatherhood website for more information. Theme MusicDreamweaver by Sound ForceFrom Premium BeatShow MusicTake a Breath by JeesGuyZoom Zoom &Truth Is by Hunter HeflinFrom Soundstripe
In this episode, I speak with Helena Vissing, Psy.D. Helena has developed Somatic Maternal Healing, a therapeutic framework and model to support people experiencing pregnancy loss, perinatal mood disorders, and postpartum concerns. Her upcoming book, to be released next year, will be a crucial guide for clinicians working with individuals experiencing pregnancy loss. It involves us reconnecting with our bodies, finding delight in our sensory experiences, and supporting our healing trauma. In this episode, we talk about how psychotherapy can support you in your pregnancy loss journey, and how to focus on somatic therapy work to help through trauma. You can read more about Helena on her website: https://helenavissing.com/ Follow Helena on Instagram: @helenavissing
After losing her brother in 2004, Dr. Dawn DiRaimondo became interested in bereavement work. It wasn't until later that she found out that there are almost no resources when it comes to sibling loss, so she decided to write a book Surviving Sibling Loss: The Invisible Thread That Connects Us Through Life and Death. Dr. Dawn DiRaimondo Psy. D. was the inspiration behind this podcast. In this week's episode, I am sitting down with Dr. Dawn DiRaimondo and sharing about Dawn's sibling loss history, how she dealt with losing her brother, the impact that it had on her family, how her book Surviving Sibling Loss: The Invisible Thread That Connects Us Through Life and Death came to existence, how therapy can help you move forward in your grief journey and so much more. In this episode I'm covering: Intro [00:00:00] Dawn's Sibling Loss Story [00:02:38] The impact of losing Michael [00:04:14] Dawn's Grief Journey [00:08:49] How grief evolves[00:21:00] Resources and how therapy helps in the grief journey [00:33:50] The spiritual side of grief [00:41:10] Advice for Surviving Siblings [00:51:45] For full episode show notes and transcript, click here Connect with Dr. Dawn DiRaimondo Instagram | @drdawndawn Website | Dr. Dawn DiRaimondo Book | Surviving Sibling Loss: The Invisible Thread That Connects Us Through Life and Death Facebook | Dawn DiRaimondo, Psy.D. Connect with Maya Instagram | @survivingsiblingspodcast | @mayaroffler TikTok | @survivingsiblingspodcast Twitter | @survivingsibpod Website | The Surviving Siblings
Dr. Lauren Lowe is a licensed clinical and sports psychologist. She is the director of Align Sports and Performance Psychology, a private practice located in San Francisco, CA. Align provides expert psychological care, mental skills coaching, consultation and presentations to the athletic community across California. As a former Division 1 athlete, Dr. Lowe understands both personally and professionally the unique needs of athletes which led her to launch Align to provide the specialized care athletes need and deserve. Align Sports & Performance Psychology Athletes for Hope - Mental Health and Athletes The Brave Athlete: Simon Marshall, PhD ------ LinkedIn
Over time, ADHD symptoms may diminish. Sadly, some people never fully outgrow their ADHD, which can have an impact on how they show up in romantic relationships as adults. In this episode, Dr. Ari Tuckman provides some insight into how ADHD manifests differently in adult men and women, particularly how it affects a couple's sex life. Additionally, he discusses approaches for resolving conflicts as well as tools and resources that both partners with ADHD and those without can utilize. Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST, is a psychologist, international speaker, and ADHD expert. He is the author of four books on ADHD, including his most recent book, ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship. He volunteers as the conference co-chair for CHADD, the national ADHD advocacy organization. He is in private practice in West Chester, PA. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 8:11 How Dr. Tuckman became passionate about helping adults with ADHD. 11:52 How each person's experience with ADHD differs. 14:17 ADHD in women vs. men. 18:12 How does ADHD manifest itself in romantic relationships? 22:41 How to make a relationship between people with ADHD work. 29:47 Dr. Tuckman's approach to assisting people with ADHD. 36:03 ADHD and sexual intimacy: effects, tips, and recommendations. 49:04 Tools and resources. Mentioned ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship (*Amazon Affiliate link) (book) Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) ADHD Coaches Organization Sex needs a new metaphor. Here's one … (*TED Talks) Shifting Criticism For Connected Communication Connect with Dr. Ari Tuckman Websites: adultadhdbook.com Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: email@example.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you! *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.
Bobbi Wegner Psy.D. is a Clinical Psychologist who teaches Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Harvard University. She is also the founder and CEO of Groops - a Group Connection platform used by organizations looking to improve the effectiveness of groups by improving communication and inclusion, strengthening relationships and enhancing trust.Also check out Dr. Wegner's TedX Talk: Feminist Boys are our Future Men: Changing the Culture of Sexual Violence from a Very Early Age - Clinical psychologist and Harvard Lecturer, Bobbi Wegner, Psy.D., explores the role our brain plays in unconsciously gendertyping women and how that feeds a culture of sexual violence and inequity. She offers 3 powerful pieces of practical advice on how to talk to children about this, changing the way men and women see each other from a very early age.To find out more about Dr. Wegner, visit www.drbobbiwegner.com, and to learn more about Groops, visit www.joingroops.com.Way Too Busy is brought to you by BillionMinds, a company which helps people embed the skills they need to thrive at unstructured ambiguous work in the context of their busy lives.You can sign up to join BillionMinds today for free by visiting www.billionminds.com/getstarted.
Episode 282 - A Conversation with Sex Therapist, Researcher, Biblical Jewish Scholar, Dr. Caleb Jacobson 0822 YouTube Video Link: https://youtu.be/dACg616URfk ABOUT: Dr. Caleb Jacobson is an internationally recognized clinical psychologist, sex therapist, researcher, Bible scholar, and host of the popular Sex Therapy Podcast. He has a doctorate in clinical psychology (PsyD) from California Southern University and a doctorate in Hebrew Bible and biblical archaeology (PhD) from the University of Mainz. Additionally he has a graduate certificate in sex therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. As an expert on the topic of human sexuality, he authored Abrahamic Faiths: Perspectives on Gender Identity and Sexuality, a pioneering and innovative study on the correlation between gender identity, sexuality, and religion. He is the lead researcher of the 'Menstrubation Initiative,' a global study to quantify the benefits of masturbation on menstrual symptoms. Dr. Jacobson is the leading expert in Sex and Religion. He chairs the AASECT special interest group on the subject. Additionally, he is the president of the School of Sex Therapy, a professional training program for clinicians to become certified in the area of psychosexual therapy. GO TO: www.sextherapypodcast.com The official website of the Sex Therapy Podcast.
Deandra Kanu, fashion and beauty influencer and former contestant from The Bachelor, joins us today to discuss steps to building confidence. If you have ever been in an abusive or unhealthy relationship, then you know it does a number on your self-esteem and confidence. Deandra walks us through her steps and journey of regaining confidence. Connect with Deandra Kanu here: Deandra's YouTube Deandra's Instagram Deandra's Storefront Deandra's TikTok *Please note: Information provided on this episode are general suggestions and is not applicable to every situation or person. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner. Some of the information discussed on the podcast can be sensitive in nature, therefore listener discretion is advised. The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC. Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for the free ebook on Red Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group
Happy Autumn! In this episode, hosts Alex and Kate explore the challenges of constant distraction. They discuss ways of managing overwhelming incoming news, information, emails, texts, and more, the emotional toll of such a way of life, and the importance of finding moments of rest, silence, and solitude even during busy times. Listen in for ways to create meaningful moments of pause, and to find insights about the helpful and unhelpful impulses that might be driving you to distraction. Alex Gokce, MSW has a master's degree in social work from Salem State University and an undergraduate degree in Comparative Government from Harvard University. He has led psychotherapy groups on topics including mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mind-body approaches to pain management. He has co-led programs at the Boston Shambhala Center on the topics of trauma and self-compassion. His personal and professional interests center around the individual, societal and intergenerational impacts of trauma, as well as the sociocultural roots of interpersonal harm. Katherine (Kate) King, PsyD is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor of psychology at William James College. She has a private psychotherapy practice where she works primarily with older adults and individuals experiencing trauma, anxiety, and chronic medical conditions. She also has a special interest in supporting the well-being of helping professionals. She is involved in research exploring topics such as death anxiety, narrative medicine, and clinical training. Kate is a longtime vajrayana student of Tibetan Buddhism, and has practiced meditation for over 20 years. Learn more at www.drkateking.com. Join our free Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/noblemind. For past episodes, show details, and to join our email list, visit www.noblemindpodcast.com.
Trigger Warning: Eating disorders will be discussed in detail. In this episode, we talk about anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating and how individuals' perspective on their environment influence their behavior.
Melissa Reilly, Psy.D. is a mom of two boys, a clinical psychologist, and mom coach passionate about helping moms separated from their mother by physical distance, estrangement, or death, move from feelings of insecurity, isolation, and overwhelm to a place of resilience. Through her personal and professional experience, she has come to recognize that Moms without a mom experience grief as part of their motherhood experience, even if they don't realize it. The relationship moms have had (or didn't have) with their mothers impacts how they see themselves but doesn't define them. She believes it isn't knowledge and skills that create resilience, but rather it is born through overcoming hardship, having a community, and living by one's values. Melissa is honored to walk with moms on their journey to becoming the mom they always wanted to be. Her psychological practice, Shoudt & Reilly Psychological Services has been serving residents of Berks County, Pennsylvania for over 22 years, and she is now expanding her services to include parent coaching focusing on Moms Without a Mom which can be accessed by women all over the world through her website momswithoutamom.com. In this episode, Melissa and I discuss: The depper aspect of what it means to be a mom without a mom. How she recommends moms get help and support when they don't have a mother who they can depend on as their go to person. The unique circumstances moms without a mom face and how she helps moms to reach a place of confidence and resilience. Strategies for moms if they find themselves mentally struggling and strategies for moms experiencing grief. Learn more about Sarah and her resources for moms at: Facebook and Instagram. Download her FREE guides: Enjoy Being a Mom Again, Care for Yourself While You Care for Your Baby and Schedule a Complimentary Coaching Call. Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.motherhood.village1/ 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
Dr. Alyson Nerenberg is a nationally known licensed psychologist who combines 30 years of clinical expertise and training with a warm heart. She is a positive person who loves to help others tap into their own courage and wisdom. Dr. Nerenberg has been featured on television networks which include: MSNBC News, ABC, CBS, Fox, A & E, CN8, as well as many newspaper and talk shows. Visit https://www.healingrelationshiperfectspa.com/about-the-book/ to find Dr. Nerenberg's new book No Perfect Love, blogs, and more. https://www.instagram.com/dr.alysonnerenberg/ https://www.facebook.com/healingrelationshipspa/
Matthew Zakreski, PsyD is a high energy, creative clinical psychologist who utilizes an eclectic approach to meet the specific needs of his neurodiverse clients. He specializes in working with children and adolescents, as well as their families, in providing therapy and conducting psychological evaluations. He is proud to serve as a consultant to schools, a professor at the university level, and a researcher and author on his specialty, Giftedness. Dr. Zakreski is a member of Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG), the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children (NJAGC), and a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education (PAGE). He has given professional talks, trainings, and keynote addresses at these organizations and others, including internationally. Dr. Zakreski is the co-founder and lead clinician at The Neurodiversity Collective, where he provides therapy, coaching, training, and psychological assessment. Listen to this enlightening Parenting With Impact episode with Dr. Matt Zakreski about 2E kids and how to navigate the challenges of giftedness and neurodiversity, especially when your smart kid is having trouble at school. 10 Parenting Tips for School Success with Complex Kids There are only 10 tips in this FREE parent's guide from the experts at ImpactParents -- and they're the only ones you need to give you the foundation to help your kids find school success! Used by parents all over the world, you learn quick steps to lighten the load and help smart kids feel good about school again. Here is what to expect on this week's show: The difference between synchronous and asynchronous neurodevelopment What are the layers of development, and how do 2E kids compare to others? How does the brain of a gifted child differ from others? Related Blogs: GEMO Up Until Now Connect with Dr. Matt: Website Facebook LinkedIn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Johnie Fredman, PsyD is the owner of Focus Mental Health Services, LLC here in Shawnee. Learn how mental health is important and how mental health services can better your life and the life here in Shawnee. Focus Mental Health Services, LLC: https://focusmhs.com/ 405-214-0116 Ambassador program: shawneeforward.com/ambassadors/
If you are an ambitious, hard-driving leader who never stops to take a breath - you need to listen to today's episode. Pausing as a leader is vital to making better decisions, regulating your emotions, and creating stronger relationships with your team. You may think that rapid pace is the way to find success, but it will just burn you and your team out. Today my guest is Dr. Chris L. Johnson, author of The Leadership Pause: Navigating the Future with Clarity, Focus & Empathy. Today we talk about why she chose pausing as the topic of her leadership book, why pausing is both mental and physical - and why it's simple but not easy! We discuss the benefits of pausing, both for you as a leader and for your team's performance. We also dive deep into the connection between triggers and mindful pausing - and why being unable to stop long enough to recognize your triggers can lead to disastrous results - personally and professionally. Key Takeaways:There is no fully separating your work self and your personal self. What is going on at home will impact your work, and what is going on at work will impact your personal life. Beginning to pause is about a full body practice. It is about dropping from our monkey mind, and dropping into the body and the sensations to allow us to start to shift gears. Triggers are normal. We shouldn't squash them, but we should learn from them about ourselves, our old strategies, and new strategies for moving forward in our leadership. People are trying to juggle too much, they feel too overwhelmed and too busy. In fact, that's a result of not pausing. "Every time we do a reset, it isn't just mental, it resets our biology. And when it does that, we have more access to the resources that all of us bring to the table in the first place." — Dr. Chris L. Johnson About Chris L. Johnson, Consultant and Author, The Leadership PauseChris Johnson, PsyD. has devoted her life to the deep listening that underpins ‘what matters most' in people's lives. She's the founder of Q4 Consulting, Inc. a Chicago based consulting firm committed to cultivating exemplary leaders, collaborative teams, healthy workplaces and engaged, thriving communities. An experienced psychologist, mindfulness teacher and executive leadership coach, she's known for creating trust with those who value her honesty, deep listening and commitment to their success.Chris is the Chair of Conscious Capitalism Chicago and on the leadership team of Ellevate Chicago. She just released her book, The Leadership Pause: Navigating the Future with Clarity, Focus & Empathy. When she's not working, Chris is likely either gardening, reading a great book, making art, or at the aikido dojo where she practices and teaches the art of peace.Connect with Chris L. JohnsonQ4-Consulting, Inc.: https://www.q4-consulting.comLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/drchrisljohnsonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Q4ConsultingIncBook: The Leadership Pause: Navigating the Future with Clarity, Focus & Empathy. https://q4-consulting.com/the-leadership-pause-sharpen-your-attention/Her upcoming course, Calm the Chaos for Busy Professionals, starts in mid-September 2022 and cohorts run ongoing. See her website for more details. Don't forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria's brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossTake my LinkedIn Learning Course! Leading with EmpathyLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice
"I think that writing also is among the things that help me think this through and get there. When I finished my degree, I was actually very pessimistic - I had no idea that at close to age 55-56 that a psychoanalytic institute would even consider me but I did decide to take the leap and I ended up going to BPSI [Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute] and here I am." — Ellen Pinsky "The training time was a time of discovering - we read the authors I knew, and what was happening to me also at that moment, what kind of an analyst would I be during and after the training? My background encouraged me to go on - when it was difficult to go on searching for the truth, searching for the knowledge, but the knowledge about myself during the training and it went on in my actual training analysis." —Susana Merlo Episode Description: We discuss Susana's and Ellen's first careers in education and what led them "to wish to go deeper." They both describe the formative contributions of their own analyses as well as the influence of analytic writers that they valued. We consider the possible advantages and disadvantages of each of the many backgrounds that we bring to our clinical work and share conclusions about the similarities and differences in how we practice. We discuss some of their favorite writers and we conclude with their perspectives on the future of psychoanalysis both in the States and in Argentina. Our Guests: Susana Ruth Merlo is a member of APdeBA (Asociación Psicoanalítica de Buenos Aires, Argentina) and holds a position as an Associated Professor at IUSAM of APdeBA (Instituto Universitario de Salud Mental de APdeBA), where she teaches Introduction to the ideas of Melanie Klein and English School. She provided school psychological services in school settings for 15 years. At present provides therapy to children, adolescents, and adults in a private clinic setting. Susana holds two university degrees, School Psychology (1986) and Clinical Psychology (2007). Ellen Pinsky came to psychoanalysis as a second profession following 25 years as a middle school English teacher. She says her experience in the classroom with 12 and 13-year-olds taught her most of what she needed to know to become a credible clinician. She is the author of Death and Fallibility in the Psychoanalytic Encounter: Mortal Gifts. About her book, Thomas Ogden writes: “Mortal Gifts is a necessary book—necessary for analysts and necessary for the analyses they conduct. In it, Ellen addresses a long-neglected issue in the practice of psychoanalysis: the analyst's failure to include in the very fiber of the analysis the fact of his or her mortality.” In 2014 she was awarded BPSI's Deutsch Prize for her essay “The Olympian Delusion” (JAPA, 2011) Recommended Readings: SM Bion, W. Learning from experience. Aprendiendo de la Experiencia Paidós, (2009) Bs.As. Hustvedt, S. The Sorrows of an American. Elegía para un Americano. Anagrama (2009) Barcelona. Klein, M. Our adult world and its roots in infancy. Nuestro Mundo Adulto y Sus Raíces en la Infancia. En Envidia y Gratitud, OC. Paidós (1991) Bs.As. Meltzer, D. A Psychoanalytical Model of the Child in the Family in the Community. Familia y Comunidad, Spatia editorial (1990) Bs. As. Nemas, C. Strangers in Virtual Land. Toronto Psychoanalytic Society – 22nd Annual day in applied psychoanalysis (2021) EP Freud, Observations on Transference Love (1915) Remembering, Repeating and Working-through (1914) Freud, Fort-Da” from Beyond the Pleasure Principle, (1920, 14-15) Paula Heimann, On Counter-transference (1950) W. Winnicott, The Use of an Object (1969) Hans Loewald, On the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis (1960) James Strachey, The Nature of the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis (1934) Brian Bird, Notes on Transference (1972) Betty Joseph, Transference: The Total Situation (1985) Ida Macalpine, The Development of Transference (1950) Irma Brenman Pick, Working through in the Countertransference (1985); Selma Fraiberg, Ghosts in the Nursery (1975) Hans Loewald, Transference and Love (2000  549-563) Ella Freeman Sharpe, The Technique of Psychoanalysis, (on “Qualifying as an analyst,” 1930, 256-257).
Aliyah is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Orange County currently finishing up her doctoral degree (PsyD). She enjoys supporting her clients in stepping into their power and taking back their autonomy from trauma saturated stories. She recently has been certified as an Autism disorder clinical Specialist. What inspired her to step into this work is that she recently discovered that she is autistic and has found so much healing and validation from acknowledging her neurodivergence and finding ways to gently support her mind and body in ways that actually work for her. She now is able to support her clients in a similar way and learn from them as Autistic individuals are all unique and always the expert of their own healing journey. As always thank you to our Audio Editor Natalie Jones! You can find her portfolio at natjonesdesigner.com
Dr. Amy Baker, PhD. author, researcher, and court expert joins us today to talk about parental alienation. There is nothing more hurtful than a parent turning their child against the other parent. This can go on for years when children are forced to align with one parent, and are subjected to endless smear campaigns about the other parent. Dr. Baker discusses why parents do this, the likelihood of a parent who engages in this behavior having a personality disorder, and the consequences of the parents behavior on their child long-term. Visit Dr. Amy Baker, PhD here: Dr. Amy Baker's website Dr. Amy Baker's Books: Surviving Parental Alienation Co-Parenting With the Toxic Ex Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome The High-Conflict Custody Battle Getting Through My Parents Divorce *Please note: Information provided on this episode are general suggestions and is not applicable to every situation or person. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner. Some of the information discussed on the podcast can be sensitive in nature, therefore listener discretion is advised. The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC. *This page contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase after clicking a link, Dr. Jones may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.* Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones email@example.com Sign up for the free ebook on Red Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group
In this panel discussion, three Northwestern Medicine faculty members discuss innovations in GI psychology and navigating the brain-gut connection. They share criteria for patients, their clinical approaches to therapy and their latest research. This episode features:Anjali Uma Pandit, PhD, MPH, assistant professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesTiffany H. Taft, PsyD, research associate professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Medical Social Sciences and Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesKathryn N. Tomasino, PhD, assistant professor of Medicine in the Divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Únase a nuestra anfitriona Brenda Camarena junto a invitados especiales y expertos que compartirán información y recursos en el condado de Marín. Sintonice la transmisión en vivo de Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad, un programa de entrevistas en español que ofrece recursos, información, y soluciones sobre salud y seguridad. Todos los miércoles a las 11 am. En vivo por Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cuerpocorazoncomunidad, en YouTube, y en la radio a KBBF 89.1 FM y KWMR 90.5 FM, y como podcast en Spotify. También síganos en nuestra cuenta de TikTok. El programa se retransmite en Marin TV canal 26 en varias fechas. Tema de la semana: Lidiando con la Depresión, la Ansiedad y el Estrés Invitados: Juanita F. Zúñiga, PsyD., Psicóloga Clínica Bilingüe, Servicios de recuperación y salud conductual del condado de Marin (BHRS) Marisol Muñoz-Kiehne, PhD ("Doctora Marisol"), psicóloga, educadora, oradora, escritora, y fundadora de Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad. ►Escuche o vea los programas anteriores en Website: http://www.cuerpocorazoncomunidad.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cuerpocorazoncomunidad YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdOpLdVlWQWQUVHnYLFCwWA Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/2TjYutchA23Uzqdy1DgKR0?si=d186b5f151d2489c) TikTok: CuerpoCorazonComunidad ►Visite nuestra página del Centro Multicultural de Marin para obtener recursos e información: http://multiculturalmarin.org/
Dr. J.J. Kelly, The Punk Rock Doc, is a licensed clinical psychologist, emotional intelligence skills training expert, and bestselling author of The Holy Shit Series. J.J. is also the CEO and Founder of UnorthoDocs, Inc., a punk alternative to traditional psychotherapy. Dr. Kelly and the unortho “docs” live their lives with the belief that global healing is achieved by teaching people the skills to like themselves. “Happy People Act Right!” https://www.drjjkelly.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drjjkelly/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLWVu-64eiNvhsV56y4jC4g https://open.spotify.com/show/3sTkmZGTtfvAYJmOvYRgG5
Dr. Alyssa Berlin is a clinical psychologist specializing in pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting. She is the creator of The AfterBirth Plan™, a program that prepares couples for what to expect after a baby is born. The workshop teaches couples how to prepare for a healthy postpartum transition for the baby, for each partner, and for the evolving relationship. https://informedpregnancy.teachable.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About Dr. Maritza Mikolich, PsyD, LMFT : I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a doctoral degree in psychology. I am married and I am a mother of two young kids. I come from a traditional Mexican family, raised in the United States. In October 2020 during the pandemic, I decided to start my virtual private practice in hopes of giving back to the Hispanic community. I am bilingual and speak both English and Spanish. I am also a Certified EMDR therapist and work primarily with adults dealing with relational issues, depression and anxiety. Dr. Maritza Mikolich, PsyD, LMFT #51723 www.drmikolich.com
In today's episode of Psych Talk I chat with Dr. Jenicka Engler, a licensed psychologist and neuropsychologist by training who specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of autism. Dr. Jenicka defines what autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is, as well as common misconceptions about autism. We discuss the various avenues for receiving a diagnosis of ASD, as well as the treatment options for ASD. We talk about the influx of self-diagnosis of autism on social media and the benefits and risks of doing so. Further, Dr. Jenicka provides words of advice and encouragement for parents who are seeking an autism diagnosis for their child or whose child just received a diagnosis of autism.Connect with Dr. Jenicka:Instagram: @drjenickaWays to Work With Me:Mind Over MatterLGBTQ+ Affirming MasterclassResources:Anti-Racism ResourcesLGBTQ+ Affirming ResourcesThe Helping Professional's Guide to Boundary SettingConnect with Me:Follow me on IG @jessicaleighphdFollow the podcast on IG @psych.talk.podcastFollow me on TikTok @jessicaleighphdJoin my Facebook community: Grow Through What You Go ThroughIntro/Outro Music:Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeodMusic LicenseSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Hi Friends and welcome to JOY IS NOW! The podcast where we take a psychologically minded look at life. I'm your host Lisa Anderson Shaffer, coach, consultant, and resident psych enthusiast.Today I am excited to host for a THESE THREE THINGS segment discussion, Michigan based licensed clinical psychologist to Gen Zers, and founder of the app-based psychoeducational service Therapy Bootcamp, Dr. Melanie McNally. Melanie shares three important life lessons she has learned as a Gen Z psychologist.Listen in, it's a good one!This has been JOY IS NOW with me, Lisa Anderson Shaffer, LMFT. You can find me for hire at LISAANDERSONSHAFFER.COM and join the patronage support for this podcast and my daily practice journal, THESE THREE THINGS at patreon.com/lisaandersonshaffer. You can also follow along with my musings at @lisaandersonshaffer on Instagram.JOY IS NOW is listener supported. When you buy through shared links, we may earn an affiliate commission.LISA ANDERSON SHAFFER, LMFTNEWSLETTERBOOKPATRONAGEINSTAGRAMEPISODE LINKS:DR. MELANIE MCNALLYFACEBOOKINSTAGRAMPINTERESTSupport the show
If you have ever been in a relationship with a narcissistic, abusive, or emotionally unavailable man; you may find that you feel negatively about men or you have trouble connecting with them. Bob Grant, PLC and I discuss what a quality man looks like in a relationship, who he surrounds himself with, and how he approaches problem-solving in a relationship. Further, Bob and I discuss how you can have a corrective emotional experience with a quality man. Visit Bob Grant, PLC here: Bob Grant's website *Please note: Information provided on this episode are general suggestions and is not applicable to every situation or person. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner. Some of the information discussed on the podcast can be sensitive in nature, therefore listener discretion is advised. The opinions of the guests on A Date with Darkness Podcast are independent of the opinions of Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC. Watch the video podcast on Youtube: A Date With Darkness Email questions or comments to Dr. Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for the free ebook on Red Flags in Your Relationships and the free weekly newsletter for tips about narcissistic abuse at www.drnataliejones.com Individual and group membership coaching sessions opening soon. Get on the mailing list to be the first to know here. Visit the website for more information: https://www.adatewithdarkness.com Let's keep the conversation going via social media: Instagram: A Date With Darkness Twitter: @Adatewdarkness Facebook: A Date With Darkness To connect with others who are seeking support from hurtful and abusive relationships please join the Facebook group: A Date With Darkness group
306: Ask David: Featuring Matt May, MD 1. Kevin asks: Hi David, Is it possible to have a healthy relationship with someone who can be classed as “Borderline Personality Disorder”? 2. Brittany asks: How do you deal with the injustice of people who rip you off without giving you credit? 3. Paul asks: Is there a way to know if I have done the Hidden Emotion Technique correctly? Note: The answers below were generated prior to the podcast, and the information provided on the live podcast may be richer and different in a number of ways. 1. Kevin asks: Hi David, Is it possible to have a healthy relationship with someone who can be classed as “Borderline Personality Disorder”? Hi David, Is it possible to have a healthy relationship with someone who can be classed as “Borderline”? What are keys to being in a relationship with someone that exhibits some of these characteristics? Is it a lost cause? Is borderline personality disorder bullshit and simply a result of assumptions such as “I need love to be worthwhile” as indicated in your books? Best, Kevin David's reply Great question, here are a couple brief responses off the top of my head: "Healthy" exists on a continuum. In my experience, the therapeutic relationship with a patient diagnosed with BPD exists on a continuum, it is not all-or=nothing, and you can have excellent interactions, but this often requires great diligence and skill in the use of the five Secrets of Effective Communication. I have not observed any unique relationship between the Love Addiction and BPD. That's because the "need" for love is pervasive in our culture, and is, in fact, one of the most common Self-Defeating Beliefs. I do believe that Other-Blame (along with Self-Blame) is a common feature of BPD, along with the unwillingness to be accountable and to have tow work hard and consistently for recovery. I have had a number of patients with BPD threaten suicide if I asked them to do psychotherapy homework, for example. At my clinical in Philadelphia, we diagnosed the ten personality disorders prospectively, at the intake evaluation, and depressed patient with and without BPD improved at almost the same rate during the first 12 weeks when treated by the forerunner of TEAM-CBT, when controlling for severity of initial depression. I published this surprising finding in the top journal for clinical psychology research, the JCCP, but it got little attention for some reason, and some of the reviewers of the article were critical of this finding which they found difficult to believe or accept. DBT has been the "go-to" method for BPD, and BPD therapists may think that CBT / TEAM-CBT would or could not be helpful. Still, I am grateful for DBT welcoming such patients and helping them, when so many therapists avoid these patients! At my clinic in Philadelphia, something in the range of 28% of our patients were diagnosed with BPD at intake. david Matt's Reply: I'm really just guessing, but perhaps Kevin is feeling quite sad, worried and hopeless, about his relationship. Perhaps he's been treated badly and is also angry and scared that this will continue to happen in his current relationship. If so, he might be having thoughts like, ‘This relationship will always be terrible' or ‘They will continue to hurt me and disrespect me and treat me badly' of maybe, ‘This is their fault, they have Borderline Personality!'. This is only a guess, but if it were the case, I would imagine Kevin could use a great deal of empathy and listening, right about now. It is possible he has been treated terribly or even abused. His partner may indeed meet the criteria for BPD, in which case they would be tremendously sensitive and frequently reactive and prone to unhealthy expressions of anger. Perhaps Kevin has displayed tremendous patience and tried very hard in the relationship, which would be admirable, but only amplify his disappointment when the same hurtful patterns continue. Kevin may even feel worthless, if he believes that the way he is being treated by others is an indicator of his worth as a person. I feel for you, Kevin, and hope you're getting the Empathy you need. I think there is a lot we could offer someone in this situation, in addition to Empathy, as well. We certainly have the technology, in TEAM, to alleviate the worthless feelings, the anxiety and worry, the feelings of anger and hopelessness, etc. and to replace these with a sense of confidence, joy and optimism. We could also offer skills that that one could use to substantially improve the quality of their relationship. Meanwhile, there are many reasons why someone would prefer to maintain very high levels of hopelessness, anger and worry and low self-esteem in this context. For example, as a protection against getting hurt again. Or they might not want to like and admire themselves if their partner is dissatisfied with them. We've also discussed, on the podcast, how tempting and seductive Blame can be. When we tell ourselves, ‘It's their fault, they have Borderline Personality Disorder', this type of thought can give us pleasant feelings of superiority. Kevin may not have any of these thoughts or feelings. My point is that, before trying to ‘help' someone in Kevin's shoes, I'd certainly want to explore all the good reasons he would want to continue to feel extremely upset and all the good things this says about his sensibilities and values. In addition to Empathy and an exploration of Resistance, one tool that is sometimes helpful in this situation is the Decision Making Form. This is a simple but powerful tool, available online, thanks to David's generosity, which one can use to compare and consider, with great care, the three options they have in a relationship: continue the status quo, end the relationship or take personal responsibility for improving the relationship. There would be pro's and con's to each of these options. Meanwhile, you will notice that there's one option that is NOT on that list, which is to change the other person. Trying to change the other person, blaming them, is the cause of relationship problems and another version of the ‘status quo'. For the sake of argument, let's imagine Kevin, or someone like him, is convincingly talking back to the resistance. Maybe he also does the ‘Relationship Journal' and he experiences the death of the blaming self, witnesses how his behavior is causing the problem, etc., this would be a tremendous achievement, but, I would still have some questions: Would they want to feel better, now, or would they want to wait until after they have a better relationship? Would they want to embrace and accept and love their partner, now, flaws-and-all … or would they prefer to keep their guard up, until things improve? Are they still needing the other person to change, in some subtle way? The reason I'd have to ask these questions is because of my own limitation: I can only help someone feel better in this moment, the way things are, right now. Similarly, I can only help someone improve their relationship, in this moment, while their partner is still treating them badly. When people are open to these terms, their lives and relationships can transform in beautiful ways. They can come to appreciate and love themselves and others, just as they are. David, you've said that's the paradoxical first step towards improvement, I think. 2. Brittany asks: How do you deal with the injustice of people who rip you off without giving you credit? Hi Dr. Burns! I hear you say often how it upsets you that people use your work and don't give you acknowledgment or credit for it. I wondered how you deal with your thoughts like the unfairness or injustice of it. Or maybe you don't want to deal with those thoughts because the anger helps you in some way? Like it motivates you to create more content & host more trainings etc. so people know the ideas come from you. I was just curious. I deal with similar issues at work where I work really hard for an outcome and then once it happens other employees will take credit for it or just plain ignore the fact that I played any role. I think hearing how you deal with not getting acknowledged would help me too. Thank you, Brittany David's reply Thanks, Brittany, and good to hear from you again! Maybe we can make this an Ask David. I've been ripped off so much that I try to ignore it, since it would consume a great deal of energy. We may take legal steps once we raise money for our Feeling Good App. For the most part, I always have so much to do, and try to keep moving the ball forward. But yes, I DO get ticked off at people. Plagiarism was considered a severe violation when I grew up, and I still view it that way. Of course, all around the world we can see a tremendous amount of horror and evil being perpetuated by humans. I once asked Dr. Albert Elis a similar question, since Wayne Dwyer ripped him off. His answer was: "I just tell myself that Wayne Dwyer was an asshole, so he was just doing what he SHOULD do, since that's what assholes do! David D. Burns, MD Matt's Reply: This question is for David, not me. However, I would like to express my deepest and most sincere gratitude to David. David has dedicated his life in the service of improving the lives of others. He has published over a hundred scientific articles and revolutionized the practice of psychotherapy in the form of the TEAM model, as well as publishing at least 12 books, including Feeling Good, the most-prescribed book for depression. He has traveled the globe to offer training seminars to therapists, as well as offering free training to countless students, trainees, residents, PsyD's and psychologists in his groups, including his ongoing Tuesday training group. It is disturbing and upsetting that someone like David, who has offered so much, would be a target for plagiarism and theft and I admire him for continuing his work, despite all of that. 3. Paul asks: Is there a way to know if I have done the Hidden Emotion Technique correctly? Hi Dr. Burns, It blows my mind how simple yet logical TEAM CBT is. And I am really excited about potential of the app, and I sincerely hope that this will be a revolution in field of psychology and psychotherapy. I really enjoy reading Feeling Great, but some techniques I find complicated. I would like to ask, is there a way to know if I did Hidden Emotion Technique correctly ? Also, I would like to ask if fear of mental illness does count as hypochondriasis as well. At the end I would like to say, that I really appreciate your work Dr. Burns, and I hope that your work will spread around the world and get recognition it deserves, so even more people can be healed. Paul David's reply Thanks for the kind words, Paul. I will try to include this in an upcoming Ask David segment! Matt's reply You asked if you did the Hidden Emotion technique correctly. They say that the proof is in the pudding. Do you feel better? Are you experiencing relief? Keep in mind that the Hidden Emotion technique is one of many and may not be the correct method for some individuals. Also, for it to ‘work' will require not only revealing the hidden emotion, but discovering how to address that emotion. Will you use cognitive techniques to untwist the thinking that is causing this emotion? Will you use the 5-Secrets to respectfully communicate that emotion in a productive way? Will you make a decision about your future that will correct the problem? There are lots of options, but the outcome, if the Hidden Emotion is successful, will be relief. You also asked if worrying about having a mental illness counts as hypochondriasis. The nice thing about this model is that I get to admire you for having all kinds of hypochondriacal worries about your mental health and point out how it's a ‘solution' rather than a ‘problem' and how such worrying speaks highly of you, how responsible you are, how much you care and how much you value your mental health. I'd need you to convince me that it's a problem!
Ronald Siegel, PsyD, is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School where he's taught since the early 1980s. He's a longtime student of mindfulness meditation, and he has taught internationally about the importance of mindfulness and mind-body treatment. He maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Lincoln, MA. Some of the things he talks about in this episode are why we equate happiness with achievement (even though success doesn't make us happy), the exercise that will help you discover what really matters to you in life, and how to conquer the fear of not being good enough.
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