Ask Kati Anything mental health podcast episode 951. I've got a question about boundaries. Why am I testing the boundaries of my therapist? I don't want to do it but it's just happening and I get irritated at myself for doing it. Do you have any tips and do you get annoyed as a therapist when your client is testing your boundaries?2. I hope you're doing well! How do I appreciate the happy moments where my depression disappears when all I can think in the back of my mind is ‘when will it get bad again'3. How can I stop idealizing my therapist? I really idealize my therapist and keep telling my t how much I love her and how I never want her to leave me. Maybe it doesn't have anything to do with it but my therapist seems so perfect to me even if I know on a rational level she isn´t but I´m so focused...4. I am in counseling for depression and anxiety. However, I find I have a strong reluctance around getting better. I think there are a variety of reasons - depression defines me, so without it I'm not sure who I am, and it gives me a lot of excuses as to why I'm not successful or more active. When I am...5. I am curious as to how you would prepare your clients/patients for when you were out of the office for a vacation or such? I mean, for those going in weekly, are there any tips that you provide for coping if a session cannot be held weekly? I have weekly sessions and the idea of not going in...6. I was wondering how to stop being sick on the day of therapy? It can be hours after and I'll be sick every time without fail. I don't think things are going too fast but I'm now getting nauseous when very anxious too. I don't know why this keeps happening? I'm in the process of getting a diagnosis for ptsd by the way. Thank you for all that you do7. How do we move past our trauma when we have to return to it? I had a very traumatizing experience at college over a year ago, and I had to withdraw from school this year after trying to return because it was too overwhelming. I feel like I can't return to my dream school because of...8. I have BPD (borderline personality disorder) and I'm wondering how does one not get so dependent on their FP (favorite person). I'm very dependent on this person. Whenever they are in a bad mood or upset it makes me in a bad mood or upset.9. Could you talk more about the less common symptoms of OCD? I will re-do things if it doesn't “feel right” or have to touch the surface of everything before I place anything down. I find myself not being able to NOT do it. Sometimes I don't even know what the “obsession” would be because...10. I was wondering about thoughts of self harm. I got really focused on an object. I wanted to buy it. I didn't hurt myself but I really wanted to. Now I feel shitty. Like I fell and can not get back up. How can I feel better when situations like this keep happening to me. I haven't hurt myself since...Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/katimorton)
Hour 2: When Gio talked about the idea of taking a trip to Nashville to see a Jordan Davis show from a luxury suite, a listener named Tito called on to voice his concerns, it sounds like being the owner of the New York Giants isn't as fun as it used to be, Boomer talks about how important it will be for Joe Judge to find himself another coaching job sooner rather than later, Jerry Recco provided all sorts of John Mara sound during this update effort and we heard him talk about the need to gain the trust of Giants fans back, then we got a call from Sue in Santa Cruz who claims to have a ‘super power' of sorts and Gio admits he is not willing to brave the cold in order take his 3 year-old daughter sleigh riding.
From trauma to treasure, transform your pain into your power. Therapist and coach Amy Van Slambrook uses her personal journey of healing lifelong traumas to help others do the same, by giving voice to the unhealed wounds affecting their lives and relationships. With over 20 years of professional experience in healthcare administration and finance, genetic and psychological research, domestic violence, and entrepreneurship, Amy brings vast experience to her work in post-traumatic growth and overall wellness in mind, body, and spirit. In addition to a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelors in Psychology, she has trained with some of the foremost experts in the fields of faith, relationships, trauma, women's issues, abuse recovery, brain health, and functional medicine, including Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk and Dr. Daniel Amen. As a licensed psychotherapist, certified life coach, experienced consultant, and published author, she has helped countless women and couples heal their trauma, find the gifts it gave them and go on to have lives and relationships of purpose and passion they never imagined possible. Connect with Amy here: www.amyvanslambrook.com Join our January Personal Branding Blueprint HERE
Hello hunks! This week we're talking about S15E16 - Drag Me Away (From You), in which Sam and Dean revisit an old hunt from when they were kids and ABSOLUTELY NOTHING HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE WHAT IN THE HECK ARE WE DOING HERE SUPERNATURAL THERE ARE ONLY FOUR EPISODES LEFT IN THIS SEASON WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO US Monster of the Week is on Patreon (https://patreon.com/monsteroftheweek)! If you want to directly support the show and ensure we keep putting out that sweet hashtag content week to week, consider pledging. You get some sweet rewards like early access to weekly episodes, access to our Discord, exclusive podcasts, and more! Monster of the Week is also on Twitter (https://twitter.com/motwcast), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsteroftheweekpodcast/), Tumblr (https://monsteroftheweekpodcast.tumblr.com/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/monsteroftheweek), Tik Tok (https://www.tiktok.com/@monsteroftheweekpodcast?lang=en), and Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/3ahb3X2ojJNF4DTlvSiR4w). You can also buy MOTW merch at our shop (https://www.teepublic.com/stores/monster-of-the-week?utm_campaign=22527&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Monsters%2Bof%2Bthe%2Bweek). Jeremy is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jggreer), and you probably shouldn't follow him unless you know what you're doing. Chris is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/localbones), and you probably should follow him if you like #hunks and #swords. Like that intro? The music was done by our friend bansheebeat (https://twitter.com/bansheetweet), who has done all of our fancy intros over the last couple of years. Go check out his music! The vocals are by Alice Knows Karate (https://aliceknowskarate.bandcamp.com/), who also did the vocals for our Winchester Pain. She rules. Visit her Bandcamp page and buy all her music. We also made an entire music video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY3njGEh_fI) for the song, which you should definitely watch if you wanna cry and laugh about hunks.
This week I (Sandra) had an appointment with my therapist. It was the first appointment I've had since November, so we had a lot to talk about. I thought it would be helpful to share the kinds of things I talk to her about to help take a little of the mystery out of it if you've been thinking about whether visiting a therapist would be helpful for you. Shownotes: http://www.abidingcaregiver.com
There's always a spirit of change and self improvement in the air around the New Year. With the ringing out of the old and ushering of the new, the vast majority are contemplating habits they want to change. What better time than the beginning of a new year to pause and reflect on what we need to work though and release and how we can do that. My special guest, Adrienne Glasser, is the perfect person to show us how to find compassion within ourselves and to make space for newness and change.Adrienne Glasser LCSW, RDMT (she/her) is the co-founder of IFSLA - Internal Family Systems Therapy Los Angeles, an experiential psychotherapist certified in IFS, somatic dance movement therapist, healer, meditation teacher and advisor on compassionate addiction and trauma treatment. She currently runs an online community focused on experiential & somatic IFS techniques and meditations for therapists and to support those in on-going recovery for traumatized, addicted, or “codependent” parts. She serves as the Executive Advisor to Breathe Life Healing Centers where she runs experiential groups and advises on compassionate and contemplative treatment of addictions and trauma using IFS. She has studied Buddhist psychology for 20 years and enjoys connecting these teachings with IFS.Timestamps:• [5:58] Adrienne talks about the war inside that occurs when we try to change our habits• [7:23] Adrienne speaks of the good and bad split within us that happens from abuse, criticism and trauma… • [11:30] “We need full acknowledgement of what we've had to go through or what suffering we've had to endure in order to let things go.”• [18:06] Adrienne talks about her own anxiety during her troubling adolescence and how talk therapy really helped herFor more information on the Make Time for Success podcast, visit:https://www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.comConnect with Us!Dr. Christine Li -Website: https://www.procrastinationcoach.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/procrastinationcoachInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/procrastinationcoach/Adrienne Glasser - Website: https://theseekersspace.com/ and https://breathelifehealingcenters.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adrienne.glasser.1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adrienne.glasser/Free parts work meditation at adrienneglasser.com
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Join Dr. Wilson and I as we chat about - Differences between autism & ADHD Emotional dysregulation Building supports Challenging behavior Academic concerns, and Celebrating wins. xx, Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It ABOUT HOLLY ABOUT DR. WILSON Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, you are invited to join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Do you struggle with people getting under your skin? Are you easily triggered by certain comments or topics? Hoping to create positive change? In this episode sponsored by Better Help, Dr. John explores how to stop letting people get under your skin. You'll hear about the story of Austin, a young man who lost his temper on a train. Discover approaches to counseling including EMDR and Internal Family Systems (parts therapy) as part of healing past wounds. Do you have an internal protector, deep inside, trying to keep you from the source of your hurts? If trauma and pain are part of your past, you'll want to listen to this episode. Important Links Use this link to get a special offer for listeners of the podcast with Better Help. Visit Good Therapy to learn about EMDR Link to episode 38 on how Karma wants your dreams to come true. Learn about Internal Family Systems (parts therapy). Follow Dr. John on Social Media Guy Counseling on Instagram Guy Counseling on Facebook John's website and newsletter sign up
Are you looking to join a directory that is inclusive, forward-thinking, and culturally vibrant? Where can you connect with clients that feel comfortable with... The post How to Find A Therapist Like Me with Dr. Noreal Armstrong | FP 120 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
Kian McBurnie is a Speech Language Therapist from Long Island, NY (SLP-CCC, PROMPT Certified). She graduated in 2012 and has experience with students 3-21 years old across settings such as homecare, a school for the Deaf, and various school districts. She is PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Phonetic Motor Targets) Certified and passionate about all things motor.Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products, child development courses, & The Harkla Sensory Club.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.LinksKian's Instagram: @mrsmcspeechieKian's Teachers Pay Teachers StoreKian's YouTube ChannelThe PROMPT InstituteHarkla Website Harkla InstagramAll Things Sensory Podcast Instagram
In this episode, we talk to Elizabeth Cush, a psychotherapist and life coach about the prevalence of anxiety in women, especially during these challenging times. Elizabeth explores with us how to recognize, manage and identify the symptoms of anxiety and depression. We also discuss how women can explore their true selves and learn to heal. Elizabeth treats patients in her private practice and hosts the Awaken Your Wise Woman podcast. You can find more information at .
Gorgeous gorgeous girls have go bags... and gorgeous gorgeous girls know exactly what to have in them!Welcome to the long-awaited go bag episode. Dana walks us through what a go bag is, what the essentials are, and additional items that might save your butt down the line. We learn some tips and tricks for building an emergency kit that is perfect for your family, budget, and location - and, of course, have lots of dumb laughs along the way (and manage to make 9/11 relevant?). Stay safe, friends!As always, please find it in your heart to rate, review and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts - but only if you love us.Like the show and want it to keep happening? Have a snarky comment about the quality of our audio? Consider joining our club on Patreon at www.patreon.com/atyourownriskthepod! For as little as $3 a month, you can join an amazing community of like-minded worry warts and help fund our surprisingly expensive and time consuming endeavor with this podcast! Plus, you'll become one of our new BFFs and I don't know if you've caught on, but we need more friends.And for more buffoonery and content, follow AYOR on Instagram and TikTok at @atyourownriskthepod. If you dare, check out Dana and Sarah's personal instas at @danadrewdles and @sarahbassy.Please rate, review and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts - but only if you love us. See you next Tuesday! ~ See you next Tuesday! ~**Sponsors:**Introducing our newest sponsor BetterHelp, where listeners get 10% off their first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/AYOR.Thank you to our ride-or-don't-die sponsor Pretty Litter! Use code AYOR at check-out for 20% off your first month of Pretty Litter today.**Credits:**Edits for this week's episode by Dana Drew and Chris Karwaski Theme song by Chris Karwaski at @chriscanbefunny.Cover art and graphics by Dana Drew and Sarah Bassy.
Alicia Davon Juicing Up Your Sex Life A fun topic today. This one's about juicing up your relationship, enlivening it again. Or if you're single, preparing for when you are in a relationship. My guest is Alicia Davon. She and her husband have an organization that does training with people around increasing presence, awareness, communication, pleasure, and energy in people's sex lives. We talk about what that looks like, how people practice it, and what its first step might be. I think a lot of it really revolves around getting out of autopilot, which we can do when we're with the same person. We're busy with stuff and we can just sort of not pay attention and go through the motions. Or we could get really present and have a sense of newness. Even with a partner that we've been with for decades. What does “Juice” look like over time? Generally, Alicia feels that the chemistry and the passion decreases in a relationship by default, and everybody knows that, but not everybody knows what to do about it. Or even knows that something can be done about it outside of just becoming complacent, maybe complaining about it, or splitting up or having affairs. She thinks that there's a very natural wanting to have things be fun and turned on with our partners over time. But then the longer it goes without that – when certain forces come in, like longevity, or kids and growing up and more responsibilities – it can get harder and harder to reconnect. How to go about juicing it back up. Alicia believes there's a newness that can be brought into the relationship. When the novelty wears off, it's just not as exciting. But there's a lot of inherent chemistry in everybody's bodies. She has never in her 20 years of working with singles and couples found that somebody's body was the source of no passion or no chemistry. She says it's often a mindset thing. We get distracted with technology at our fingertips. Or distracted by work and solving problems and managing day-to-day stuff. And also, there are certain skills that are necessary that sort of come easily, or maybe even naturally when we're first in a relationship. So, the path, first of all, is presence into the relationship again. Sometimes we find we've been on autopilot for months and years and maybe decades. Bringing that presence could look like just simply like bringing awareness to the fact that we the couple would like more excitement in the relationship. Communication is key Alicia and her husband Erwan have daily practices that they teach their students. One of them is meditation, which is a great pathway to being in the present and noticing what's going on. Then there's what they call psychological inquiry, which is a way of connecting with your partner, sharing what's going on with you and going on in your heart and going on in your mind. A full spectrum Alicia and Erwan have touching practices that range from close non-sexual touching physical connection all the way down the spectrum to sexual touching and technique. She mentions the touching skills are important with couples that want to get back connected. Erwan and Alicia have a set of 12 touching practices that introduce skills like going really slowly, and certain communication skills. There's much more to this fascinating conversation, including how this concept could be utilized by singles as well. Alicia recommends carving out some time to practice and implement “juicing” into your sex life, it's well worth it! About Alicia Davon Over the past 25 years, Erwan and Alicia Davon have successfully taught over 12,000 singles and couples how to have exceptional relationships. Erwan and Alicia have become the go-to experts for those seeking a higher level of relationship support. Erwan is the founder, senior teacher and president of San Francisco based Erwan Davon Teachings. Together with Alicia, they specialize in supporting singles in getting into passionate and successful relationships, and helping couples take their relationships to new heights of romance and intimacy. Being based in the Bay Area, Erwan and Alicia provide a high-end boutique service that gives their clients an effective way to enhance their relationships. They also offer all their coaching and classes online and support students all over the world. Resources and links: Free Love Life Consultation: Text 415 308 9580 Web – https://erwandavon.com/consult/ Website: http://www.pleasurecourse.com More info: The Desire Spa – https://thedesirespa.com Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore: https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/211-juicing-up-your-sex-life-alicia-davon
In this episode, Dr. Waldman talks about the importance of marketing your private practice. Challenge yourself to promote your practice once a day. By the end of the year, some type of marketing will stick. Plus, Dr. Waldman speaks about utilizing the internet for your private practice marketing. Later, we talk about the various ways to increase your income. Dr. Waldman reveals how he grew his income significantly in his practice, allowing him a comfortable retirement. Meet Dr. Larry Waldman Dr. Waldman is a recently semi-retired certified school psychologist and licensed clinical, forensic psychologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He conducted a highly successful private practice of 45 years working with children, teens, parents, couples, and adults in a solution-focused manner. He also consulted with family, personal injury, immigration, and estate planning attorneys. His BS in Education/Psychology was from the University of Wisconsin; his MS in School Psychology was from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; his Ph.D. in Educational/School Psychology was earned at Arizona State University, and his Diplomate (ABPP) was received in 2003. Do Some Type of Promotion Every Single Day As a professional speaker, Dr. Waldman is accustomed to talking in front of large groups. How does he do it? Well, he thinks about what is the worst thing that can happen – exactly what he tells patients. When it comes to marketing, Dr. Waldman would make a point to promote his practice every single day. He would do a phone call, a podcast, an email, or something along those lines. It's essential to be persistent and consistent with things. Over the course of a year, you have several hundred things that you tried. Eventually, something will stick. That's how Dr. Waldman got himself into some lucrative situations. Virtual Private Practice Marketing The most significant trend in private practice marketing is the internet. A lot of young clinicians are finding value in marketing on the net. If you can get in front of a group of potential referral sources and speak knowledgeably to them, that's the best marketing in the world. They will view you as an expert and refer other clients to you. Marketing in private practice is more about helping people find you. Then, you need to know how to help them once they find you. The internet has completely turned the private practice marketing world upside down. People have to know who you are, where you are, and what you do. Earn Passive Income As A Therapist Therapists do noble work. They save marriages, and they protect people from suicide. Therapists deserve to be compensated appropriately for their work. Dr. Waldman started to develop passive streams of income. He earns income when he isn't sitting in front of clients. One of the ways to build income is by writing books. The first book that he wrote is titled Who's Raising Whom? A Parent's Guide to Effective Child Discipline. That book is still generating passive income for Dr. Waldman. In fact, you can find a copy of it here: https://www.amazon.com/Raising-Parents-Guide-Effective-Discipline/dp/0943247152. Dr. Waldman provides a simple, step-by-step process using basic behavioral Psychology to teach parents how to manage and modify their children's behavior more effectively. Increase Income Through Real Estate or Public Speaking Another way to increase your income is by public and professional speaking. Typically this type of gig is on the weekends and after hours. Luckily, it won't interfere with the hours of your private practice. Plus, you can sell the books at those speaking events. It's a great marketing tool for your private practice as well. Another way to increase income is by buying your own building. Dr. Waldman has nine renters in his building. He makes money from their rent. That way, when Dr. Waldman isn't working, he is still making money. Then, he uses that money to purchase other real estate investments. Now, Dr. Waldman is comfortably retired. Are You Trading Your Time For Money? Unfortunately, the majority of clinicians out there is trading time for money. They only make money when sitting in a chair and a client is in the other chair. You can make a decent living doing this type of work. If you trade time for money, there is only so much time to work. The people who become wealthy are outside of this dynamic. You have to monetize your time. One way to do this is through group work. That way, six patients can be paying you instead of one. Some clinicians only do group work, you will be making a pretty penny, and it certainly beats the one patient per hour dynamic. Being transparent… Some of the resources below use affiliate links which simply means we receive a commission if you purchase using the links, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for using the links! Dr. Waldman's Resources Top Phoenix Psychologist LinkedIn Facebook Call Dr. Waldman at 602-418-8161 Resources Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free. January 21st Webinar: Solo to Group Practice Using Google Workspace As A Practice Platform Course Get Your Copy of The Full Focus Planner Join the Google Workspace for Therapists Users Group Follow @PracticeofTherapy on Instagram Meet Gordon Brewer, MEd, LMFT Gordon is the person behind The Practice of Therapy Podcast & Blog. He is also President and Founder of Kingsport Counseling Associates, PLLC. He is a therapist, consultant, business mentor, trainer, and writer. PLEASE Subscribe to The Practice of Therapy Podcast wherever you listen to it. Follow us on Twitter @therapistlearn, and Pinterest, “Like” us on Facebook.
Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson are joined by James Baraz, a meditation teacher for over 40 years and cofounder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center, to explore how we can find still find joy during difficult times. We discuss how to balance a sense of equanimity with compassion for the suffering of the world, and how cultivating joy at an individual level can support healing at the collective level.About our Guest: James is the coauthor of Awakening Joy: 10 Steps to True Happiness, and leads the popular online course of the same name. He is also the guiding teacher of One Earth Sangha, a website devoted to expressing a Buddhist response to climate change.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:45: Why joy is important in Buddhism5:05: James' journey to prioritizing joy11:40: How to practice awakening joy without turning away from suffering17:20: Putting yourself back together after cultivating awareness of suffering24:10: The 10 Steps of Awakening Joy28:45: How people can use emotionally positive states in contemplative practice32:00: Positivity in relation to the climate crisis and other collective challenges38:05: Equanimity, compassion, including both sides of the river43:35: The great perfection47:10: James' realistic hope for the next 25 years 49:30: RecapAwakening Joy: Awakening Joy is an internationally recognized course designed to awaken joy through exciting themes and practices that incline the mind toward well-being and deeper insight. It's a 5-month course taught online by James, check it out and learn more here. Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
John breaks down exactly how to choose your niche for your therapy private practice, including: 1. Why you should niche down in the first place 2. How to niche down 3. How to evaluate market opportunities 4. Types of niches 5. How to be both a generalist and a specialist` Apply for Business Made Human now: https://go.privatepracticeworkshop.com/join-business-made-human
Health At Every Size® dietitian, eating-disorders specialist, and author Heidi Schauster returns to discuss her new book, unlearning diet-culture messaging, connecting with our body's inner wisdom, gentle nutrition as an act of self-care, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about what to do when it seems like your disordered eating behaviors have more to do with individual mental-health issues than with diet culture. (This episode originally aired on October 1, 2018.) Heidi Schauster, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S is a nutrition therapist with over 20 years of experience in the field of eating disorders and emotional eating issues. She is a writer, consultant, and certified eating disorders registered dietitian, based in the Greater Boston area. Heidi is the founder of Nourishing Words Nutrition Therapy, facilitates the No Diet Book Clubs, and supervises other nutrition therapists in the field of eating disorders. She is the author of the new book Nourish: How to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Self. Heidi lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with her partner David and twin daughters, Ava and Kyla. Heidi and her family enjoy hiking, swimming, herb gardening, tea-making, storytelling, and professional stilt performing. Heidi enjoys most food that is lovingly and consciously prepared, especially if it's followed by a dishwashing dance party. Find her online at ANourishingWord.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
It's well-known that we inherit our physical traits from our family, but it's newer research that we also inherit our emotional patterns as well. These emotional patterns many times can be considered intergenerational trauma. EVERY SINGLE PERSON needs to know about their intergenerational trauma as it can keep us from living fruitful and fulfilling lives. Therapist Johanna Lynn is the expert when it comes to this topic and she's teaching you on this episode all about what intergenerational trauma is, how to find yours and how to overcome it. The post INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA (replay) w/ Johanna Lynn, Therapist appeared first on Lindsay E. Preston Life Coaching.
This week I am joined by Amanda White, Therapist and Author of Not Drinking Tonight. We are discussing our relationship with alcohol, disordered drinking and the overlap with Diet Culture. You can get your copy of Not Drinking Tonight Here: https://tinyurl.com/23fru855 Follow Amanda on Instagram & Tik Tok: @therapyforwomen Get The Train Happy Journal: UK
This time...it's all about you. Olivia has enlisted the help of Dr. Hilary Goldsher to answer everything YOU want to know. And as a result, Olivia is able to open up about something she has never shared before. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dr. Ann Kelley, licensed psychologist, and co-host of the top-rated podcast Therapist Uncensored shares her insightful perspective about what it means to Be The Adult, and offers concrete guidance for successful parenting. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/be-the-adult/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/be-the-adult/support
Therapists revealed a list of the common problems their clients are afraid to talk about. The friendship between Patton Oswalt and Dave Chappelle brings up a big issue that a lot of us face, and a dog makes the ultimate sacrifice. Plus, cults are making a comeback, which one should Alison join? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We will be back on Jan 14th 2022 with a brand new episode! Thanks for listening!Ben & Jason are raving fans of mental health therapy. But they had some lingering questions about the therapy process, and what healthy boundaries with a therapist look like.Why do therapists awkwardly stop talking in a session? Why don't therapists just tell you what to do? How "informed" should clients be about the goings-on of their therapist? Can you be friends with your therapist??And what on earth is up with quick-fix modalities like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)? Are all CBT practitioners crocks??Learn more about our amazing guest Chris Gazdik at his website, https://www.throughatherapistseyes.com. Check out his podcast at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/through-a-therapists-eyes-podcast/id1435009400?mt=2-----You'll hear stories about real people who have dealt with depression, anxiety, addiction, self-doubt, or any other struggle they've faced on their journey through life. It doesn't matter where you are in your own story - there's something for everyone on this show!And if you need someone to talk to when it feels like things just aren't going well - reach out! We want nothing more than for every person who listens to this show to feel less alone in the world. If Threads has become a resource that you rely on, consider saying thanks by taking part in our Buy Me a Coffee supporter platform. You can buy us some coffee to keep the podcast going or monthly support so we never have to worry about running out of fuel! Learn more at www.buymeacoffee.com/threadspodcastThank you so much for listening to us! We appreciate each and every one of you. Can you do us a favor? Tell someone about this podcast if you enjoy it. Also subscribe, rate, and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get our podcast from hereYou can find anything you would absolutely need from Threads Podcast here!This podcast was produced by Hey Guys Media Group LLC Are you looking to start a podcast? Need help with editing? Hey Guys can help! Check them out at Hey Guys Media GroupSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/threadspodcast)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/threadspodcast)
First episode of 2022! I'm so excited to talk about this shift in my business and why I was called to help Therapists and Counselors on their Search Marketing journey. Full episode shownotes here: https://digitalbloomiq.com/seo/dbiq-mission Get email updates on all podcast episodes (+ SEO tips, behind the scenes, and early bird offers) here: https://digitalbloomiq.com/email
Our brains are hardwired for negativity! A negativity bias is our brain's ability to focus on the negative events of our lives. As a result, we focus heavily on the negative aspects of our lives, and tend to downplay, or even ignore, the positives. In this episode, we explore the negativity bias, as well as mindfulness skills to help you increase your ability to focus on the positive aspects of your day. Do you have an idea for an episode? Reach out to us! Email me at email@example.com. Follow us on Instagram (@Taproottherapynyc) and Facebook (@TaprootN). Therapists at our practice have openings and are available to see you! If you are interested in starting therapy, please reach out to us. We have sliding scale options, and we are in-network with Cigna. Email Erin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
KC Armstrong Interviews mary ozegovich Life Coach & Therapist, Owner at Radical Change Coaching Academy -- www.drmaryoz.com
The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for Thursday after the Epiphany by Dr. James Merrick. Christmas Weekday / André Bessette, Religious First Reading: First John 4: 19 – 5: 4 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 72: 1-2, 14 and 15bc, 17 Alleluia: Luke 4: 18 Gospel: Luke 4: 14-22 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
As they are working with our kids, doctors and therapists often help us as parents as well! In today's episode, Sandra and Lauren share lessons they have learned from their kids' therapists that they are applying to their own goal setting in the new year. If you're feeling overwhelmed about setting goals this year, listen in and be encouraged.
An elderly deconditioned patient with no underlying cardiac conditions or heart disease is receiving instructions on an appropriate aerobic exercise prescription. Which of the following parameters would be BEST indicated for the initial exercise prescription? Find it all out in this podcast! Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
In this episode, we chat with The Entrepreneur's Therapist, Shulamit Ber Levtov. We go over 6 mental health risks for Entrepreneurs. You don't want to miss it! Follow Shulamit https://instagram.com/the_entrepreneurs_therapist https://www.shula.ca
Welcome to our weekly live show, One on One with Coach Blu. Coach Blu is a licensed mental health therapist and certified substance use, disorder counselor. Today's cohost Addict II Athlete's own Athletic Director Marisa Robinson. Marissa is a Certified Recreational Therapist. This is an open topic so by which you the listener can participate by submitting your own questions through direct messaging or, jump on the zoom link provided to be a guest and participant on the show. We discuss topics of addiction, recovery, mental illness, health and wellness, and much more. Today's topic: I found marijuana in my teen's room! How do I talk to my teen about addiction and is addiction considered a sin? Please join Addict to Athlete's Patreon support page and help us turn the mess of addiction into the message of sobriety! https://www.patreon.com/addicttoathlete For more information on Team Addict to Athlete and Addiction Recovery Podcasts please visit our website. https://www.AddictToAthlete.org
With so many young adults struggling with anxiety and depression as they return to school after the holidays, I wanted to release a bonus episode answering questions from author Melissa Spoelstra about parenting young adults who need to find a counselor. In this episode, we'll discuss some practical aspects such as insurance coverage and the variety of mental health professionals available to help your child as well as offer you some tips on questions to ask prospective counselors, when it's time to seek professional help, and how to encourage your child to get help without offending them. Key points from our conversation:
Reframing, in the therapeutic sense, is about looking at a situation, thought, or feeling from another angle. Therapists are really good at this because our goal is to be supportive and empathetic to you and your concerns, but also help you work through issues Using reframing techniques can be simple and easy, especially with practice. Learn About Thinking Patterns. Notice Your Thoughts. Challenge Your Thoughts. Replace Your Thoughts With More Positive Thoughts. Recorded on the rooftop of More Than Therapy located at 201 W Main Street Suite 316 Durham, NC 27701 - www.morethantherapy.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/morethantherapy/message
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There has never been a time when media literacy is more important than in today's media-saturated world. One way of being alert and vigilant is preparing and protecting homes and children from the aggressive assault of pornography through establishing a pattern of open conversations. This episode of the Church News podcast features Deanna Lambson, a Latter-day Saint educator and founder of WhiteRibbonWeek.org. She discusses a gospel-centered approach to starting age-appropriate conversations about digital citizenship and internet safety and tackling less-comfortable subjects. Lambson also offers a road map for becoming trusted adults who facilitate conversations and listen with love and attention. This podcast continues the previous Church News podcast conversation with Dr. Jill Manning, a licensed marriage and family therapist who offered 5 action points or characteristics for protecting families from pornography. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the first episode of the new year! In this week's episode Carla and Wax discuss good/bad of being in business together, leaving thing behind in 2021, and how-to support your partner during a difficult time. [6:38] : Pet Peeve of the week - Double standards in the household in regards to passing gas [13:24] From the Therapist's Couch: How involved are you and each other's work lives, What are the consequences good and bad being in business together? [22:16] TOPIC OF THE DAY: Normalize Scratching the kitty ladies [28:14] Loss of attraction due to pandemic weight gain [34:12] one thing you want to leave behind in 2021 [37:18] supporting your partner during a difficult time [41:56] Listener Letters: Over the years I feel slighted with gift giving in my marriage, how to do I tell my wife I feel under appreciated ? [49:37] I want my friend's husband because I know I can make him happier, what should I do [57:10] My sister in-law makes gagging noises whenever I kiss or complement my fiancé, this bothers me how to I set boundaries respectfully? [01:02:34] Pass Da Word: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. www.whoswax.com Use code WSS for 10% off Join the Elite Podcast Society Free Vision Board Party Sign Up
If you've spent a few minutes on TikTok, you probably have seen videos about mental health–and you're not alone. Vox's Rebecca Jennings explains how the platform's algorithm has been serving mental health content and raising questions about self-diagnosis. Read Rebecca''s story: https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2021/9/30/22696338/pathologizing-adhd-autism-anxiety-internet-tiktok-twitter Today's episode was produced by Tori Dominguez, (@Tori_as_always), engineered by Cristian Ayala and hosted by Adam Clark Estes (@adamclarkestes). Support Recode Daily by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ever watch the x-files? Remember agent Moulder (aka spooky Moulder)? Yeah, that's pretty much what its like to be a psychologist. PSYCH! You were lied to! In this episode we discuss what it feels like to be a therapist and what we are ACTUALLY doing/thinking on the other side of the table. If you are enjoying our episodes please consider donating to https://www.patreon.com/shityourshrinkthinks THANK YOU! Please keep in mind that this podcast is for entertainment purposes only. This is not intended as individual medical or mental health advise. Listening to this podcast does not initiate a patient/provider relationship. Please consult with your individual medical or mental health team and proceed with listening to our podcast only at your own risk.
Barbara reaches into her past, puts on her therapists hat to teach us about negativity, and later she tells us about the new shampoo from Show Season called Blue-Shed shampoo. Susy just smiles and waves.
Colonization and Its Impact on Modern Sexuality We tend to think of colonization as something that happened and is over and is done, without realizing that it set up processes and expectations, beliefs, and systems of thought that we are still living with in this current day. This has created historical trauma that remains today. There is a legacy of shame and of limitations that came with settlers in North America. Anne Mauro has been studying this, and we talk about this whole concept of the sexuality that the settlers brought in and what this has come to mean for all of us. We discuss the ways in which it could be manifesting and limiting us, and how it is certainly impacting how people of color, women of color are treated still in this culture. What is settler sexuality? We know that when the settlers arrived in North America, some were coming for a better life and to avoid persecution for their own religious beliefs. And when they arrived, they had their own ideas of what sexuality was, and a lot of that was a belief that it was solely for procreation. But with indigenous people, they saw two spirit people, or a matrilineal model, instead of a patriarchal model. They saw homosexuality, and they saw indigenous people engaging in sexual play outside of marriage. They were completely appalled by this. Their idea of sexuality was no sex before marriage, you are property of your father until you're married, and then you are property of your husband. “We don't want you masturbating, or talking about menstruation, that is bad. You're not supposed to be nude. You're not supposed to have inordinate affection, or too much desire or affection.” Also, women are supposed to dress a certain way. They're supposed to be homemakers and don't work outside of the house. You're supposed to stay a virgin, not just for the religious reasons, but there was economic value in virginity if you were seen as pure. The shame came across with the settlers If you didn't fall within the settler sexuality model, you could be publicly shamed, whipped, or tortured. People were burned for masturbation and for homosexuality. They were shamed for anything that was falling outside of this model. If you got caught, you could get in trouble. When the settlers came, they brought with them their own historical sexual trauma. Still impacting today Anne believes that with the sexual script that's inherited in American sexuality, there is a maltreatment especially of women of color, but of people of color in general. This legacy of the settler sexuality construct has dramatic impacts today, leaving people feeling like there is something wrong with themselves if they don't fit into it, and very few people do. Biography: Anne Mauro is a Licensed Couples and Family therapist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator. She has earned her M.A from Antioch University Seattle (AUS) and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Her private practice, Mending Connections, in Tacoma, Washington, specializes in couples counseling and sex therapy. Anne serves as adjunct faculty at AUS, where she created and taught a course titled Colonization and Sex for the Sexuality Certificate Program. Additionally, Anne works in the Couples and Family Therapy program providing clinical supervision to graduate student interns. In partnership with a colleague, Anne is an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) continuing education (CEU) provider. Through this venture, Anne co-created the Beyond Settler Sex Sexually Attitude Reassessment (SAR). Her first Routledge publication, More Than Ebony and Ivory: Complexities of sex therapy with interracial couples, can be found in An Intersectional Approach to Sex Therapy: Centering the lives of indigenous, racialized, and people of color. Anne is working on her second publication, The Colonization of Black Sexuality: A clinician's guide to relearning and healing. Anne has served on the AASECT Awards Committee since 2018 and the AASECT Ethics Committee since 2021. Anne is an active WOCSHN member and one of the original members included on the WOCSHN Membership Directory, the first of its kind directory featuring Black, Indigenous, women of color in the sexuality field. In service of the profession, Anne is a member of AASECT Awards Committee and AASECT Ethics Committee. Resources and links: Anti-Racist Psychotherapy: https://amzn.to/2YjFKRW Healing the Soul Wound: https://amzn.to/3A7Va8V My Grandmother's Hands: https://amzn.to/2ZNcVxO Website: https://www.mendingmyconnections.com/ Instagram: @annemauro.cst.cse More info: The Desire Spa – https://thedesirespa.com Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore: https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/210-colonization-and-its-impact-on-modern-sexuality-anne-mauro
Seven questions to remarkable people who have each trudged their own unique road toward self discovery and mastery. Today we have Rabbi Scott Friedman, Head of School at Yeshivas Ohr Yisroel of Tenafly.Rabbi Friedman has a masters degree in psychology from Columbia University and has been working as a educator and therapist with adolescents and young adults for 17 years. To find more information about Rabbi Friedman unique education philosophy and about Ohr Yisroel visit https://www.ohryot.org/ Consciously The Podcast is a project of The Light Revealed. The Light Revealed is an organization and media publishing platform which focuses on building community for Jewish people seeking spiritual growth.We welcome your feedback and questions and hope to utilize those questions for future episodes.EmailConsciouslythepodcast@gmail.comFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/thelightrevealed/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thelightrevealed/The Conscious(ly) teamHost: Menachem PoznanskiAssistant Producer: Mordy SchwartzCo-producer emeritus: Chaim KohnAssistant to the Regional Co-Host: Shmaya HonickmanArtwork: Tani PoznanskiSocial Media: Tehila Nissanian & Zoe PoznanskiMusic: Music by Eitan Katz F/t Zusha
Fellow therapists, therapists in training, those wanting to become therapists: this one's for you! On today's episode of ShrinkChicks, Emmalee and Jen discuss their post-graduate journey to licensure, imposter syndrome, and therapist's "firsts." They answer your questions re: worrying about clients when you're off the clock, feeling guilty for charging a client due to a late cancellation, taking care of yourself while learning to be a therapist, therapists in therapy, specializations, joining with clients, and so much more! Tune in if you've ever been curious about the field or want to know what being a therapist is like from the perspective of two therapists! If you want to watch ShrinkChicks episodes on YouTube, you can find our channel here! https://youtube.com/channel/UCrxuhDqoL4ML3UE8b2J2BBg Thanks to this week's sponsors for supporting ShrinkChicks! We have these exclusive offers for our listeners: Preply: Book a private tutor today at Preply dot com slash SHRINK and get fifty percent off your first lesson for a limited time. That's “P” “R” “E” “P” “L” “Y” dot com slash SHRINK. Preply dot com slash SHRINK. Surely Wines: ShrinkChicks listeners can visit www.hisurely.com/SHRINK and use code SHRINK to receive 20% off all Surely products! Headspace: Go to headspace.com/shrinkchicks and get one month FREE of their entire mindfulness library. This is the best Headspace offer available! Princess Polly: Head over to princesspolly.com and use the code SHRINK20 for 20% off your next order! Valid for a limited time only and exclusive to ShrinkChicks listeners! Nutrafol: Go to nutrafol.com and use the promo code SHRINK to save fifteen dollars off your first month's subscription plus free shipping! Dipsea: Sign up for an extended 30 day FREE trial when you go to dipseastories.com/shrink
As we start the new year, I will give you some ideas around setting priorities and goals; it's a topic that I tackle at the beginning of every year. First, I talk about the importance of having a planner that uses good old-fashioned pen and paper. When we write things down, we tend to process that information differently. Plus, I talk about what exactly is a brain dump and how it can help you find clarity in your private practice. Later, I chat about the importance of knowing your numbers, getting your systems and processes cleaned up, and finding community on your journey. Why You Need A Paper Planner One of the things that I've been doing this past week is going through my planner. Writing things down in a planner rather than typing them out on our phones allows us to process information differently. It forces us to slow down, think, and process what is going on in our minds. There's that brain-hand connection that is made; if you write something out, you have a way of remembering it and processing it differently. That's why I love to use a paper-based planner. Overall, it helps me stay productive and organized. I use The Full Focus Planner. Check it out here: www.practiceoftherapy.com/fullfocusplanner. Start 2022 With A Brain Dump It's essential to write things down and think about the new year on paper. I like doing something called a brain dump, which is just really getting a sheet of paper, planner, or notebook. Then, write down everything that comes to mind that you want to accomplish, things that you're thinking about, and tasks that you want to do. It gets everything out of your brain onto the paper. The Full Focus Planner has something called Your Big Daily Three. You fill out the three most important things you want to accomplish for that day. Overall, a brain dump is a great way to set your priorities for the new year. Financial Deep Dive To Know Your Numbers One of the things that you've heard from me a good bit over this last year is the importance of knowing your numbers. If you're going to be successful in your business and your practice, you need to know your numbers. You need to understand how the money is flowing through your business and through what you do day in and day out. Doing a deep financial dive at the beginning of the year can give you a baseline for where you are now. Then, you can think about where you want to get to with your finances. I use QuickBooks to manage the finances of my practice. Make sure you know where your best income sources are coming from for the year. Plus, you'll want to know where you are falling behind. For instance, I discovered that we haven't been collecting all of our copays; it's something that we need to fix for the new year. A deep financial dive will help you find where your money leaks are. Finding Community On Your Private Practice Journey When we start getting isolated from folks, we lose a sense of community and support from others. Finding a community will help you get clear around your goals for your practice. Having a community and a group of trusted colleagues to bounce things off of goes a long way in helping you have some clarity. Plus, it will help you have some accountability with accomplishing goals and keeping straight with your priorities. I encourage you to find a community within your practice and daily life. A focus group is a great way to find community. That way, you can learn from others and bounce ideas off of each other. Fix Your Systems and Processes This Year Look at how you can fix your systems and processes. It's time to get rid of the deadwood. You can be outsourcing – it will be a much better use of your time. That way, you're not spending time on things that aren't going to bring you any income anyway. I want to shout out Uriah Guilford; he's the owner of The Productive Therapist. If you have more tasks to complete than hours in the day, Uriah wants to help you get things done. Sometimes you neglect your self-care and other essential items in your life when you're too busy with your practice. That's why Uriah likes helping therapists find world-class virtual assistants. You can learn more about The Productive Therapist here: https://productivetherapist.com/. Being transparent… Some of the resources below use affiliate links which simply means we receive a commission if you purchase using the links, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for using the links! Resources Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free. 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On today's episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson talk with Dr. Zindel Segal about Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), an eight-week group therapy program designed to help those who suffer from chronic unhappiness and prevent relapse after episodes of severe clinical depression.About our Guest: Dr. Segal is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto at Scarborough, and one of the creators of MBCT. He specializes in mood disorders, particularly depression, and has had an enormous influence on the clinical adoption of mindfulness-based practices and their addition to more traditional forms of cognitive therapy.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:00: Origins of MBCT4:30: Why Segal prioritized studying mindfulness as an intervention to depression7:10: Comparing MBCT with traditional CBT10:20: What about depression makes us more reactive to thoughts and feelings?13:15: Mindfulness of sadness vs direct experience18:35: MBCT practices explained23:10: Three minute breathing space exercise31:00: Attentional control training33:45: Managing feelings of inadequacy39:00: Motivation and implicit compassion43:15: Ongoing practices after the MBCT course45:45: Creating access to mindfulness resources48:15: RecapFrom Dr. Hanson: The Foundations of Well-Being brings together the lessons of a lifetime of practice into one year-long online program. Podcast listeners can use the code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off! Please don't hesitate to apply for a scholarship if you're in need. Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
No matter who you are, we all have mindset issues that affect us. Whether it's your health, relationships, your career, anything, your thoughts, and beliefs make an impact. Today, I'm talking to an expert in taking a whole-person approach to healing your gut starting with your thoughts and beliefs. About Becky Bell, RD Becky Bell is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, pastor's wife, and mom of 3 crazy kiddos. Her passion is to help others develop a way of eating and living that leads to freedom and authentic living. Becky is a passionate follower of Jesus Christ and He is the reason she does what she does. She has seen in her own life that the way she treats her body affects her mind and spirit, and vice versa. Her goal is to help you find relief from the digestive symptoms that are holding you hostage so that you can feel confident and energized to pursue your goals and dreams. Becky believes that your health shouldn't be what keeps you from being the best version of yourself! Becky has a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Olivet Nazarene University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Alabama. She is also trained as a Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider and Certified L.E.A.P. Therapist. Identifying Negative Beliefs Around Food We hear a lot about the gut-brain connection. Our thoughts affect how well our gut functions. But Becky feels that it goes beyond this. Our bodies respond to our thoughts and beliefs more than many realize. Believing that we will always be sick and never heal can lead to just that outcome. Becky helps her clients overcome their fears around food that can lead to this. She starts by helping them identify negative beliefs around food. This has to be an intentional process. You can't simply decide to think differently. Becky explains how she helps people change the narrative in their minds to make this needed shift. How Faith Plays a Part in Healing We also talk about the role of religious faith in Becky's work. As a Christian, she sees how sharing a spiritual aspect with her clients brings a huge sense of freedom and possibility. All of our actions and habits are rooted in our beliefs. Many times, there is a past trauma behind these beliefs. Becky sees the value of developing new coping strategies, whether spiritually-based or not, that help us take control over our narrative. With these, we can implement healthy eating habits that result in healing. Are your eating experiences enjoyable or not? How does this relate to your beliefs and mindset? Leave a comment on the episode page! Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! In This Episode How Becky found her passion in helping people with gut issues [3:15] The ways in which mindset and gut health are linked [4:45] Recognizing that you might have negative thoughts around food [12:40] How faith shows up in Becky's work [23:30] How the pandemic has changed people's relationship with food [30:30] First steps to take to bring change to your gut health [34:25] Quotes “When you heal the gut and really bring the gut into alignment, your energy, mood, and so many things about your life get better.” [4:05] “I don't believe that there is such a thing as failure. You can't fail at food. Everything is a learning experience.” [18:09] “We can't get away from the fact that food is emotional. Food is comfort. Food is connection. It's all of those things but it can't be the only thing we use for comfort and relief.” [30:25] Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide! Links Join the 2022 Nutrition CEO Mastermind! Find Becky Bell, RD Online Follow Becky on Instagram | Facebook 7 Strategies to Improve Digestion Leave a review of Fed and Fearless! Sign Up For The Free Training: The 5 Secrets of Fearlessly Healthy Women of Faith Learn more about business coaching with me Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! Join the Fed and Fearless Society on Facebook Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 49: The Gut-Brain Connection with Kari Natwick, RD
You know that last-minute resolutions aren't going to get you on your way in your marriage for 2022 as well as we do. Instead it will be grace-filled intentional growth that gets you there, growth that factors in your personality type, your instincts, and your nuances as a pairing. Join Christa and Jenn for tips for your head, heart, and body as you plan your very best for the next step of growth! Join us with a journey through the E + M Glow Relationship Planner Start on your deep dive on your type (Types 1 & 2 are live!) Check out our pairing guides, podcasts, and freebies! Couples stretching exercises mentioned on the podcast
The holidays are over - you made it. By the looks of our inbox, the season wasn't easy. This week, a holiday debrief, including bad behavior from therapists, why religion is not the answer to grief, and some true facts about dating after loss. In this episode we cover: how to say “I can't work with you” without accidentally shaming your patients or clients why “but your (dead relative) is all around you, just in a new form!” maybe isn't the most supportive thing to say questions to ask yourself when faced with a surprise romantic breakup (and what that has to do with grief) and as always - fun talk about boundaries. Questions to Carry with you: Boundary practice! Still working on those resolutions? Be sure to listen to the two-part episode New Year, Same Grief (and the Math of Suffering) for help creating resolutions that feel a little more achievable than “overhaul my entire life” Find all this, plus instructions for how to submit YOUR questions to be answered on a future show in this episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right. For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, & TW Check out Megan's best-selling book- It's Okay That You're Not Okay -at refugeingrief.com/book To submit your questions by voicemail, call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Therapist, writer and mental wellness consultant Dr. Natalie Jones is here to talk TOXICITY! We discuss what it means to be toxic, what fear based dating is and why we do it, why we overlook red-flags in romantic relationships and friendships, what defines unhealthy behaviors in relationships, narcissistic traits to look for in others and ourselves, and how to overcome all of it. THEN Robyn shares her most recent PURELY MENTAL full body c*mgrats and we are SO PROUD!! TW: Abuse, narcissism. However, Dr. Jones turns painful experiences of narcissistic abuse into healing nuggets and we highly rec*mmend this episode. Follow Dr. Jones @Dr.NatalieJones Follow us at @HowCumPodcast and @RemyKassimir Get Tickets for How C*m Live: Robyn's 21st Birthday Show in NYC: IN PERSON or LIVESTREAM (December 27th, Caveat) Sign up for our newsletter howcumpodcast.com and for access to extras and FULL unedited episodes with VIDEO for only $5 at patreon.com/howcum Check out our website for live forums & merch! RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE Thanks Dipsea. Get a 30 day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/howcum.
The one thing we advocate for is therapy. But we know how hard it is to find the right therapist for you. That's the challenge our Intern Tyler faced while attending her first-ever session.At first, she was nervous, but as the session continued, things became awkward. By the end, she knew that she wouldn't return to this particular therapist.She explains why... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.