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Zone 32 Podcast
45: Episode 45 - Ravens 2022 Season Therapy Session

Zone 32 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 108:38


The boys are back for a postmortem of the Ravens' 2022 season after a terrible loss in the Wild Card round, joined by Brandon Meyers (@BTMeyers_) (timestamp 07:40) and our resident MD, Doctor Tom himself (@ThirstRoundPick) (timestamp 59:00). Pack a lunch, it's a long one. Also... c'mon, Tom!

Knights Of The Roundtable
Knights Of The Roundtable "Therapy Session"

Knights Of The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 74:45


On this powerful episode we have Curtis, Ian, Ant, Jade, Napoleon and James discussing something not often talked about and that is mental health. The guys give their take on mental health of black men, therapy sessions and seeking them, when is the right time, undoing previous trauma and coming face to face with our on selves. This episode is unlike anything you have ever heard from the fellas before and although we have said before this one is a must listen! We encourage everyone to take something from this episode and apply it to your life as a gift from us to you the listener! Please catch this and all other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Audible, Amazon Music, Stitcher and SIRIUS XM. Each episode is masterfully produced, mixed, edited and engineered by the show's own Curtis, the head and owner of Diamond Music Group. Intro Song: A Tribe Called Quest- Find A WayOutro Song: Freddie Gibbs- Pain and Strife

The Aztec Breakdown Podcast
Therapy Session after New Mexico

The Aztec Breakdown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 47:46


In another edition of Mr. and Mrs. Aztec, Austin and Carly lament about their personal 4 game losing streak while closing the book on the New Mexico game and preview the game Wednesday against Colorado State. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aztecbreakdown/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aztecbreakdown/support

UNQUALIFIED
THERAPY SESSION: Your mind is ruining your life…(cognitive distortions, automatic thoughts & more!)

UNQUALIFIED

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 27:25


GO FOLLOW me on my other socials! TikTok: @sophmosca https://vm.tiktok.com/J191GdD/​​​​​​​… Instagram: @sophmosca https://www.instagram.com/sophmosca/?hl=en Pintrest:@sophmosca https://www.pinterest.com/sophmosca/?invite_code=f6af31bad0664e719136f3fe768409f1&sender=483152003682275857 Snapchat: sopherrr All links: hoo.be/sophmosca LISTEN to my podcast! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4HQEZDohmEqAs3sPIdVhbk?si=xUKCTQ2SQyq1dOPrpKwlPA&nd=1 Apple Pod: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-human-club/id1547257194 SHOP like me! Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/sophmosca Revolve: https://www.revolve.com/content/favorites/s/m/25982624?navsrc=share Business Inquiries: eric@undercurrent.net Links above may be affiliate links, meaning I do earn a commission if you choose to shop from them! Love you always, Soph --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soph-mosca/support

The Next Twenty-Three
40: My personal Therapy Session - or ”Life is Brutiful” by Glennon Doyle

The Next Twenty-Three

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 16:02


Hi friends. Today's episode is 100% my own personal Therapy Session. I am not sure if it will benefit anyone other than me, but it has been a hell of a week and I just need to talk it out. Thank you in advance for listening. Love you guys! Also - BIG shout out to Sissy Williams - my amazing, wonderful, fabulous realtor! www.TheNextTwentyThree.com  

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené
Ep 129 Reaching the top of Tiny Little Mountains - Live Therapy Session

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 41:04


In this live coaching session, we sat down with Anne to talk about the struggle that comes from feeling like our lives are incomplete without a partnership.  We talk about: 1. The differentiation between comfort and ease, and that more ease can be found in the acceptance that the point of our lives are less about comfort and more about expansion  2. Unpacking what the ‘desire to be chosen' brings up for us in the context of our healing  3. Understanding the work of surrendering to what is, and emotional turbulence as lifelong waves that we will continue to ride throughout our lifetime  If you love the conversations we're bringing you as much as we do, please subscribe, rate, and write a review so we can get the podcast out to even more people! *These live coaching sessions are meant for entertainment purposes only and are not to replace therapy. This podcast is, for sure, Cheaper Than Therapy.   Follow Cheaper Than Therapy on Instagram   Follow Vanessa Instagram TikTok YouTube   Follow Dené Instagram TikTok ------------------------------ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Am I the Jerk?
Entitled Mother RECORDS my THERAPY SESSION and tries TO SUE ME cuz of WHAT I SAID

Am I the Jerk?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 22:46


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The Jump Around
1PM: Therapy Session

The Jump Around

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023


Jim Rutledge and Matt Hamilton are joined by Alex Strouf as they discuss and react to the Packers 20-16 loss to the Detroit Lions.

Baldcast
Criticisms, compliments and a therapy session

Baldcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 99:46


A special guest joins us for this episode: Yuxin, Yvette's friend and dedicated Baldcast listener

Hustle And Flowchart - Tactical Marketing Podcast
Therapy Session - Matt Wolfe Is Back!

Hustle And Flowchart - Tactical Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 45:33


In this much-anticipated episode, we catch up with Matt Wolfe, one of our former co-hosts, to discuss what's been happening over the past year or so and how their businesses have evolved since they last spoke. They share the highs and lows of 2022 and what they've learned along the way... The two 'brothers from other mothers' dive into the reality of business, the struggles of pivoting a business, podcast, and life into a space that was unknown... all to survive and come back stronger! This is the first part of a two-episode series. Keep a lookout for the next episode coming shortly. In the next episode, Matt will delve into some specific AI tools and software that entrepreneurs should be aware of. He's now dedicating all of his time to his new venture, www.futuretools.io, and will discuss its creation, the attention it's been receiving, and why it's a valuable resource for optimizing your workflow and life. Don't miss out on this episode and be sure to share it with another entrepreneur you know and appreciate.  

PNCLADS
THERAPY SESSION, SELF-IMPROVEMENT & NYE RESOLUTIONS S1EP84

PNCLADS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 55:05


The boys recap Christas celebrations, Dylans disastrous day, NYE resolutions, the boys discuss life, healthy living, being impulsive and acting on feelings. 2 more crazy glow ups this week!, if someone smells in public should you let them know and Evan got fined! Happy New Year to you lovely people! Thank-you for the continued support.Support the show: https://www.instagram.com/pnclads/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe Rose Show
Our 5th straight Dolphins therapy session as we begin 2023

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 40:04


In hour 1 Joe breaks down the Dolphins fifth straight loss

Legendary Creature - Podcast
Therapy Session | Life Without Tutors

Legendary Creature - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 106:31 Very Popular


We have had a lot of discussions over the last few years about tutors and how they impact the vibes of a game and how to build decks and how we treat the colors of the game. Andy and Kyle get into what it has been like the back half of the year to not have anything beyond land tutors in our playgroup. Be sure to check out Andy's other podcast while you're listening: ------------------- Patreon:  YouTube:  Twitter: @legend_creature ------------------- Intro and outro music this episode comes courtesy of the below artists. Be sure to support them! Makeup and Vanity Set – Home –  Protector 101 –  Dan Terminus –  Silver Richards – 

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené
Ep 127 To Control or Not to Control - Live Therapy Sessions

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 28:24


In this live coaching session, we sat down with May to talk about some struggles she's been having with codependent tendencies. We explore: 1. how to know the difference between looking out for someone because you care about them and controlling them 2. the opportunities for building resilience that are lost when we protect those we love from difficulty 3. how important it is to hold ourselves with compassion in the moments that we're being controlling, understanding that the need to control is usually linked to our desire to create a sense of safety If you love the conversations we're bringing you as much as we do, please subscribe, rate, and write a review so we can get the podcast out to even more people! *These live coaching sessions are meant for entertainment purposes only and are not to replace therapy. This podcast is, for sure, Cheaper Than Therapy.   Follow Cheaper Than Therapy on Instagram   Follow Vanessa Instagram TikTok YouTube   Follow Dené Instagram TikTok ------------------------------ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Rose Show
We continue the Dolphins therapy session and we are joined by Dave Hyde

Joe Rose Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 40:17


More from Tua and McDaniel as we try and make sense of the loss to the Packers and Dave Hyde stops by

Over The Monster: for Boston Red Sox fans
Pod On Lansdowne: Therapy Session at Elf Practice

Over The Monster: for Boston Red Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 70:14


In a stunning turn of events, the Pod On Lansdowne boys decided to talk almost exclusively about baseball this episode! We didn't know that a certain shortstop would be signing in Queens when we recorded this, but hey--what can ya do? The OTM show from out of left field had to get real for an episode. Prior to the holiday celebrations this weekend, decided to have ourselves a little vent session. Why are the Red Sox "galaxies apart" on a Rafael Devers contract extension? What is the culture of this club, shoutout to Boy George? What is the, I dunno, GENERAL PLAN going forward for Boston?! Your guess is as good as ours, buckaroo. We also aim to answer the age old question: why wasn't Liam at elf practice? Follow us on Twitter baby: @PodOnLansdowne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Brave New Teaching
EPISODE 130: TEACHER THERAPY SESSION: PERFECTIONISM & THE HOLIDAYS

Brave New Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 46:57 Very Popular


Today's episode is truly a gift to the Brave New Teaching community. It's Amanda here, and I'm joined by my dear friend and life coach, Blair Wilson.I met Blair during 2020 when I was taking my first steps in seeking out therapy and mental help support during the overwhelming experience of pandemic teaching. I knew that I needed to have someone to talk to in order to process through my aspirations, my issues, my questions, and all of the things that were holding me up in my personal life and making teaching particularly difficult at the time, other than the circumstances. Enter Blair.In this conversation, we are focusing on the topic of perfectionism in teachers, especially during the holiday season. There are so many expectations from us during this season both at home and at work. All of this chaos can really take a toll on our mental health, so she is going to help us navigate through the perfectionism, realign our expectations, and just be more present in our lives.SHOW NOTES: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/home/episode130Join Happy Hour: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/happyhourMentioned in this episode:Brave New Teaching Happy HourSign up for the brand new private podcast!BNT Happy Hour

Mental Health for Christian Women
4 Things to Expect In Your First Therapy Session

Mental Health for Christian Women

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 15:28


Any new experience can be nerve-racking, but what about therapy?  Therapy is the place you go to learn how to deal with anxiety and stress, and a first appointment is likely to cause those things a bit if you don't know what to expect, so today, Michelle covers four things that you can expect in your first therapy session so that you can know what you might be able to expect.

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené
Ep 125 Back in the Dating Pool - Live Therapy Session

Cheaper Than Therapy with Vanessa and Dené

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 28:24


Ep.125 Back in the Dating Pool  In this live coaching session, Dené and Vanessa sat down with Pam to talk about her experience of anxiety within a new relationship after a prolonged period of singlehood. They explore: 1. How to cultivate a toolkit for self-soothing some of the inevitable discomforts that comes to the surface when we're opening ourselves up to love. 2. Sitting with the difficult truth that we cannot experience love without vulnerability  3. Why the skills Pam cultivated while she was ‘Single on Purpose' are still important to carry forward with her into her new relationship. If you love the conversations we're bringing you as much as we do, please subscribe, rate, and write a review so we can get the podcast out to even more people! Dené and Vanessa also share details about their upcoming New Years Retreat, FROM SELF-ABANDONMENT TO INNER BELONGING: THE INTENSIVE happening in Carefree, Arizona at Civana Wellness Resort and Spa, January 1-6, 2023! *These live coaching sessions are meant for entertainment purposes only and are not to replace therapy. This podcast is, for sure, Cheaper Than Therapy.   Follow Cheaper Than Therapy on Instagram   Follow Vanessa Instagram TikTok YouTube   Follow Dené Instagram TikTok ------------------------------ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Vocalo Radio
Daro Santiago: A Champion For Change

Vocalo Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 8:57


Multidisciplinary Chicago artist Daro Santiago sat down with Vocalo production intern Joshua X. Miller to give listeners an inside scoop on his new EP, ‘Therapy Session,' coming in 2023. They also discussed where he finds inspiration, the creation of his book, ‘I will never be #1 in His Life: The Story of Dating Downlow Men,' and making music as a “big boy” in the Black gay community. This interview was hosted and produced by Joshua X. Miller. Follow Joshua on Instagram @jxreative, and keep up with Daro Santiago @Cordaro_Santiago and @Daro_Santiago on Instagram.

The Hotspot - Helium Network & Blockchain Podcast
29. Helium Therapy Session (Live)

The Hotspot - Helium Network & Blockchain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 94:55


An all-star cast of Helium community members including Nik Hawks (gristleking), Ed Ballou, Winston Lazar and Gary from Australia join me to reflect on the network's current issues and explore the boundless opportunities that most are overlooking.More episodes of The Hotspot are available on your favorite podcast app: https://link.chtbl.com/thehotspotHosted by Arman Dezfuli-ArjomandiResources:Learn more about Helium: https://www.helium.com/Follow me: https://twitter.com/rawrmaanFollow Helium: https://twitter.com/heliumFollow Helium Foundation: https://twitter.com/HeliumFndnFollow Nova Labs: https://twitter.com/novalabs_Intro song: Lakey Inspired - Arcade

The Daily Aus
Government subsidised therapy sessions are set to halve. Here's what it means for you.

The Daily Aus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 16:00


The Federal Government has announced it will return to subsidising 10 psychological therapy sessions instead of 20 from next month. In today's deep dive we look at why the Government has made this choice, what the response has been, and what this will mean for you.And if you want more on our news story about Sam Bankman-Fried and the FTX crypto exchange, the deep dive is here.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sam's Business Growth Show
#295 Why Sales Is Like A Therapy Session - Jack Frimson & Zac Thompson

Sam's Business Growth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 44:13


Just Weirdly Blended
Therapy Session

Just Weirdly Blended

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 112:44


In this episode, we catch up with Brian. We discuss opening up, working in relationships, and focusing on the positive. Brian opens up about the challenges of the step-parent roll, in the context of a relationship in limbo. He also shares his feelings about the holiday season and feeling alone.

Just Weirdly Blended
Therapy Session

Just Weirdly Blended

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 112:44


In this episode, we catch up with Brian. We discuss opening up, working in relationships, and focusing on the positive. Brian opens up about the challenges of the step-parent roll, in the context of a relationship in limbo. He also shares his feelings about the holiday season and feeling alone.

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
321: Help I'm Having Panic Attacks pt 2 of 2

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 105:58


Yikes! Do I REALLY have to share my feelings?  Last week, we featured Part 1 of a live therapy session with Keren Shemesh, PhD,  a licensed clinical psychologist who began having intense panic attacks when her mother and father visited from Israel.  Today, we feature the exciting conclusion of that session, with follow-up. If you are interested, you can listen to the follow-up with Keren and Jill who joined us st the end of today's podcast. They comment on the session as well as the details of what happened following the session. I (David) raised the question of why so many of us have trouble being honest and open with our feelings, especially anger. Jill suggested that it might be due to the false dichotomy people see, contrasting aggression with love. But you can be honest and loving at the same time, including when you express feelings of anger. Of course, we make the Five Secrets of Effective Communication sound easy, but these powerful tools actually require an enormous level of skill as well as commitment. Part 2 of the Keren session: M = Methods We began the Methods part of the session with a bit more Paradoxical Agenda Setting, and listed some really GOOD reasons NOT to open up more to her mother. I want to protect her because it may be hard and upsetting to her. I'm not used to being vulnerable with my parents. I don't want to rock the boat or change the status quo. I'm not sure I want a closer relationship with my mother. NOTE: David and Jill were thinking that we often resist intimacy because we have negative pictures in our mind of what real closeness is. For example, if you think it means something yucky and upsetting, you obviously won't want to get “close.” Jill tried to finesse around this by suggesting Keren might aim for a more “honest” relationship instead of a “closer” relationship. There are things about me that they've rejected, like the fact that I don't really want children. And I'm not so sure I want to make myself vulnerable and get rejected again! I'm afraid I'll get swallowed up and enmeshed. We asked Keren what kinds of feelings she was hiding from her mother. My feelings of nervousness and intense anxiety, and the intense somatic symptoms, like the knot in my stomach. I am scared for her future, since she is not in good health and she's not taking care of herself. I have feelings of anger and resentment about the fact that I'm not the kind of daughter they wanted. I'm sad about her health and seeing her struggle. I feel hurt when I think how I have failed them and let them down. I sometimes feel like I don't really belong. At this point, I became so absorbed in the session that I stopped taking notes, so you will have to listen carefully to the recording of the session which was fascinating. I do recall, however, that we began working on communication, using the Five Secrets of Effective Communication (LINK), as well as tips on how to proceed, taking it one step at a time and not trying to do it all at once, and role playing practice. Then we did some Externalization of Voices with the thoughts on Keren's Daily Mood Log, using several strategies: Self-Defense, the Acceptance Paradox, and the CAT, or Counter-Attack Technique. You can see the Daily Mood Log she completed after the session, based on the work we did in the session, at this LINK. Keren's end-or-session Brief Mood Survey and Evaluation of Therapy Session In addition, Keren and Jill will be with us to record the follow-up. T = End-of-Session Testing You can review Keren's BMS and EOTS (Patient's Evaluation of Therapy Session) at the end of the session at this LINK. Keren's end-or-session Brief Mood Survey and Evaluation of Therapy Session As you can see, her depression score fell to 1, indicating substantial improvement, while her suicidal thoughts and urges remained at 0. Her feelings of anxiety vanished, but her feelings of anger remained fairly elevated, falling from 7 to 4. We would not expect further improvement in this dimension until she's had the chance to share more of her feelings with her mom. Her feelings of happiness only increased from 10 to 13, again any further improvement would not be expected until she's had the chance to do her “homework” following the session. However, her satisfaction with her relationship with her mom increased from 19 to 26 out of 30, which is substantial, while still leaving some room for improvement. On the EOTs, you will see that our Empathy and Helpfulness scores were perfect, along with our scores on the Satisfaction with Session, Commitment to homework, unexpressed Negative Feelings, and honesty scales. Here's what she like “the least” about the session: “Nothing. This has been a powerful experience.” Here's what she like “the best” about the session: “This has been empowering. The hidden emotion is like a blind spot. I know it is there, but I cannot see it. I loved when David pointed to my avoidance, and I am glad we focused on the hidden emotion. Jill and David were able to see the depth in situation and I feel seen and understood.” Follow-Up We exchanged a number of emails following the session, and will also talk to Keren and Jill live on the podcast so you can catch up on what happened. But here is an excerpt from one of Keren's emails: Here is what has happened so far: On Friday morning, she made some comments about my gray hair and that the fridge gasket was not properly clean. I got really annoyed, but did not say anything. To be honest, I was too angry to use the 5 secrets and needed time to cool off. About after half an hour later, on our way to the acupuncturist, I told her that I love having her over and that it is special to me that we spend time together. She thanked me for everything that I am doing for her on this trip. Then I added: "this morning, when I came to check on you, you commented on my hair and then you told me to clean the fridge gasket..." I was going to follow up with 5 secrets, but before I was able to finish, she interrupted me and said "Gosh, I am so critical! I am sorry, I didn't mean it that way. I can see now why your sister gets upset with me. I can't believe myself." I told her that I love her honesty and while her criticism comes from a caring loving place the how and when she says things sets tone. This was a breakthrough because even though I did not finish using the 5 secrets I got through to her and felt heard. It was encouraging for me to feel that I could be understood and accepted by her.  I have clients who say that they love the 5 secrets, but like to call it the 3 secrets because they find it effective enough to use only 3. (I still encouraged them to use all 5). I can see now what they mean, I did not finish my 5 secrets spiel and got some good results. I believe that my conservation with my mother will further trickle during her stay. Perhaps because there is a lot to cover, or perhaps it's the way we communicate. In either case, I feel good about having the talks that I previously dreaded. I have not had any panic attacks since, but I don't think they have completely gone. I believe they will be there to remind me to address certain emotions that need addressing.. . . I will keep you posted and may even send this to the group. Just need to think about it a bit longer. Responses from the Tuesday Group who observed our work with Keren Here are just a few of the comments from the 35 therapists who observed the session. This is part of the feedback we get on the quality of our teaching at the end of every Tuesday training group. Please describe what you specifically disliked about the training/ Nothing. The live work was fascinating to watch. David and Jill were masterful as always! This was a truly moving and inspiring and helpful session. I can't think of anything I didn't like about it. Nothing I disliked. I think I would have liked to see Keren do more deliberate practice with the 5 secrets with grading and more roleplaying. Conceptualization was a bit hard to follow. Please describe what you specifically liked about the training. Thank you for such an authentic, moving, beautiful session. And tour-de-force demonstration of TEAM therapy. Observing David and Jill as co therapists in service of Keren was an amazing learning opportunity! The power between them was exponential and felt like they successfully addressed every angle. . .  I had not considered using EOV and loved how effective that was in crushing Keren's thoughts. I also loved how Jill finessed gently guiding her to address Hidden Emotion, having clear conviction that this was where the "action" was. I can understand what Keren said that she wants to be closer but does not want to be enmeshed. I think that it helped us in our work with immigrants and those who live away from where they were born. The discussion about the desire to be a parent or not, was another aspect of the work that I really respected. Excellent class tonight! Keren's gift to the class was priceless and David and Jill's masterful teaching was outstanding as always. Thank you!!! I got to feel closer to her and to several group members through their sharing. David touched me with the notion that opening up to one's parents is an important gift that many of them don't get to receive. Thanks for listening today! Rhonda, Keren, Jill, and David

Lub Cast
Lub Cast Episode 40: NBA Quarterly Stock Review; College Basketball Therapy Session and Indiana Pacers Talk

Lub Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 46:57


Whatsup everyone jam packed episode for you today! First, starting at (01:31), I discuss the Indiana Pacers. Then starting at (04:36), Buttsie and I have a college basketball therapy session. Then finally, at (36:05) Buttsie, Jordan, and I do our NBA quarter 1 stock reviews. Super fun episode and we hope you enjoy, peace! Click here to check out our linktree! Here you can find the Twitter, Tik Tok, Instagram, and Podcast streaming options for spotify and non spotify users for every show on the Lub Cast Network all in one place!!Email any questions, topics you want discussed, or comments to LubCast@gmail.comLub Cast Episode 40: NBA Quarterly Stock Review; College Basketball Therapy Session and Indiana Pacers Talk

Bucknuts Morning 5
Wiltfong on 'The Game' visitors | Tuesday therapy session

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 40:46


Still hurting? Join the club. But the sun came up - kind of - in Ohio this morning so we will soldier on. Sure, The Game's result was disheartening. But there were key recruits in attendance that could help fix future tussles. We bring in 247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong to discuss the following prospects: Joshua Mickens, Caleb Downs, Damon Wilson, Lucas Keinholz and K.J. Bolden. Steve also goes into detail on how Wisconsin's hire of Luke Fickell will impact the Buckeyes given his Ohio ties. Then Dan shares his thoughts on The Game and where the program goes from here. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Experience Podcast
The Experience Podcast #227: A Therapy Session

The Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 54:35


Chase has life lessons, Chandler thinks there's too many jobs, and Daniel has a vague life. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-experience/support

Crewsin Podcast
Episode 98: Therapy Session

Crewsin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 31:14


Frustration with my back injury and just venting thank you for listening. Please like and subscribe on and follow me on instagram Crewsinpodcast Twitter: Nicetown finest Twitch: Twitch.tv/nicetown_finest27 https://www.patreon.com/Crewsinpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andrew-crews/support

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
320 Help I'm Having Panic Attacks pt 1 of 2

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 57:22


When the Hidden Emotion isn't Hidden! Today's podcast will feature a live therapy session on September 13, 2022 with Keren Shemesh, PhD,  a licensed clinical psychologist and certified TEAM-CBT therapist. The entire session was recorded and will be presented in two consecutive podcasts. The two co-therapists are Jill Levitt, PhD, a clinical psychologist, and Director of Clinical Training at the FeelingGoodInsititute.com. Part 1 of the Keren session I will summarize the work that Dr. Jill Levitt and I did with Keren according to the familiar sequence of a TEAM-CBT Session: T = Testing, E = Empathy, A = Assessment of Resistance (formerly Paradoxical Agenda Setting), and M = Methods, with a final round of T = end-of-session Testing. In today's podcast, we will include the T, E, and A. In Part 2, we will include M = Methods and the final T = Testing. T = Testing Just before the start of the session, Keren completed the Brief Mood Survey (BMS) which you can review at this link: Keren's Pre-Session BMS As you can see, her depression score was only 3 out of 20, indicating minimal to mild depression. There were no suicidal thoughts, and her anxiety score was 10 out of 20, indicating moderate anxiety. She was also moderately angry (7 out of 20) and her happiness score was 10 out of 20, indicating very little happiness. Her relationship satisfaction level with her mother was 19 out of 30, indicating lots of room for improvement. However, she rated “degree of affection and caring” at 6 for “very satisfied,” which is the highest rating on this important item. We will ask her to take the BMS again at the end of the session, along with the Evaluation of Therapy Session, so we can see what the impact of the session was on her symptoms, as well as how empathic and helpful we were during the session. These ratings will be important, because the perceptions of therapists can be way off base, but the perceptions of our patients will nearly always be spot-on. Keren also brought a partially completed Daily Mood Log, which you can see at this link: Keren's Daily Mood Log (DML) at the start of the session As you can see, the upsetting event was her mother's visit from Israel. She had moderately to severely elevated negative feelings in nine categories, along with 17 negative thoughts, along with her rather strong beliefs in all of them. Most of her thoughts were of a self-critical nature, with lots of Hidden Should Statements as well. E = Empathy At the start of our session, which took place in front of our Tuesday evening training group at Stanford, Keren described her struggles like this: On Wednesday I woke up at 3 AM with panic attacks, one after another, and no way of getting back to sleep. I get somatic symptoms, I felt weak, nauseated, with no strength, almost paralyzed, and emotionally unstable. This was four days after my mother arrived form Israel. In the last 20 years, she and my dad visited me only once, on my graduation. I always had to visit them in Israel every year and was frustrated they none came to visit me in the Bat Area. On my last visit in May, I expressed my frustration about them not visiting me. They took it to heart and made plans to come for the Jewish high Holidays. My mom arrived first a few days ago and It's my first time alone with her. She's a Jewish mom and she stresses me out. Of course, I was really excited when she first arrived, but after four days I feel overwhelmed. This is SO MUCH WORK! I feel sad. I'm afraid I won't be able to function. I just cannot seem to enjoy my time with her. I feel fragile, but I'm hiding it. She's 73, and the signs of aging are obvious now. She needs more care, and it's tough to see her aging. Dad has always been super athletic, and he's in great shape, but she doesn't exercise or take care of herself. She's frustrated about aging and is angry with us for not accepting her as she is. I don't want to seem unhappy. I'm overwhelmed and just feel bad! David and Jill empathized, and Jill emphasized how much her parents must love her, coming from such a great distance to be with her, but also acknowledged how hard it must be for them and for Keren to be living at such a great distance. Jill pointed out that one of the issues Keren may be struggling with is the belief that their time together should be fun and conflict-free, since the time is so precious. Keren continued: My biggest problem is that I feel I cannot be me when I'm around them . . . . They want me to be a different version of myself. . . . They want me to be a mother, and they want grandchildren. But I'm in the 5% of women who don't have any interest in having children. I'm 46 years old now, and I guess I could see myself adopting, but having a family is a big job, and I've never had the passion. So, I feel like I'm a disappointment to them. But we never talk about it. I sometimes feel invisible and unseen when I'm around them. They'd be so much prouder of me if I had children they could brag about. Keren also shared her frustration and anger with her mom for not taking better care of her health. Since her mom has been in town, Keren has arranged all kinds of fun activities for them to do together, but Keren's joy is dampened by the many unspoken feelings she is constantly trying to hide, for fear of conflict and upsetting her parents. A = Assessment of Resistance Keren gave us an A+ in Empathy, so we went on to the Assessment of Resistance phase of the session, where we set the Agenda. Keren's goal was to get over her panic attacks, and we discussed three possible treatment strategies with Keren: The Hidden Emotion Technique: This technique would be based on our hunch that Keren's panic attacks are the direct result of the many feelings she is consciously, and subconscious trying to hide and sweep under the rug. Dealing with the self-critical thoughts on the Daily Mood Log she provided at the start of the session. LINK Using Forced Empathy to help her see the world through her mother's eyes, as we did in a fairly recent podcast with Zeina, another member of our Tuesday training group who was in conflict with her mother. Keren expressed considerable enthusiasm for options 2 and 3. I (David) pointed out that she appeared to be ignoring / avoiding the first option, and raised the question of whether that meant it might be the most productive, but scariest, of the three options. Keren conceded that this rang true, and wanted to start out with learning to express her feelings more openly and directly, but in a respectful and loving way. In next week's podcast, you'll find out what happened! Part 2 of the Keren session: M = Methods We began the Methods part of the session with a bit more Paradoxical Agenda Setting, and listed some really GOOD reasons NOT to open up more to her mother. I want to protect her because it may be hard and upsetting to her. I'm not used to being vulnerable with my parents. I don't want to rock the boat or change the status quo. I'm not sure I want a closer relationship with my mother. NOTE: David and Jill were thinking that we often resist intimacy because we have negative pictures in our mind of what real closeness is. For example, if you think it means something yucky and upsetting, you obviously won't want to get “close.” Jill tried to finesse around this by suggesting Keren might aim for a more “honest” relationship instead of a “closer” relationship. There are things about me that they've rejected, like the fact that I don't really want children. And I'm not so sure I want to make myself vulnerable and get rejected again! I'm afraid I'll get swallowed up and enmeshed. We asked Keren what kinds of feelings she was hiding from her mother. My feelings of nervousness and intense anxiety, and the intense somatic symptoms, like the knot in my stomach. I am scared for her future, since she is not in good health and she's not taking care of herself. I have feelings of anger and resentment about the fact that I'm not the kind of daughter they wanted. I'm sad about her health and seeing her struggle. I feel hurt when I think how I have failed them and let them down. I sometimes feel like I don't really belong. At this point, I became so absorbed in the session that I stopped taking notes, so you will have to listen carefully to the recording of the session which was fascinating. I do recall, however, that we began working on communication, using the Five Secrets of Effective Communication (LINK), as well as tips on how to proceed, taking it one step at a time and not trying to do it all at once, and role playing practice. Then we did some Externalization of Voices with the thoughts on Keren's Daily Mood Log, using several strategies: Self-Defense, the Acceptance Paradox, and the CAT, or Counter-Attack Technique. You can see the Daily Mood Log she completed after the session, based on the work we did in the session, at this LINK. Keren's end-or-session Brief Mood Survey and Evaluation of Therapy Session In addition, Keren and Jill will be with us to record the follow-up. T = End-of-Session Testing You can review Keren's BMS and EOTS (Patient's Evaluation of Therapy Session) at the end of the session at this LINK. Keren's end-or-session Brief Mood Survey and Evaluation of Therapy Session As you can see, her depression score fell to 1, indicating substantial improvement, while her suicidal thoughts and urges remained at 0. Her feelings of anxiety vanished, but her feelings of anger remained fairly elevated, falling from 7 to 4. We would not expect further improvement in this dimension until she's had the chance to share more of her feelings with her mom. Her feelings of happiness only increased from 10 to 13, again any further improvement would not be expected until she's had the chance to do her “homework” following the session. However, her satisfaction with her relationship with her mom increased from 19 to 26 out of 30, which is substantial, while still leaving some room for improvement. On the EOTs, you will see that our Empathy and Helpfulness scores were perfect, along with our scores on the Satisfaction with Session, Commitment to homework, unexpressed Negative Feelings, and honesty scales. Here's what she like “the least” about the session: “Nothing. This has been a powerful experience.” Here's what she like “the best” about the session: “This has been empowering. The hidden emotion is like a blind spot. I know it is there, but I cannot see it. I loved when David pointed to my avoidance, and I am glad we focused on the hidden emotion. Jill and David were able to see the depth in situation and I feel seen and understood.” Follow-Up We exchanged a number of emails following the session, and will also talk to Keren and Jill live on the podcast so you can catch up on what happened. But here is an excerpt from one of Keren's emails: Here is what has happened so far: On Friday morning, she made some comments about my gray hair and that the fridge gasket was not properly clean. I got really annoyed, but did not say anything. To be honest, I was too angry to use the 5 secrets and needed time to cool off. About after half an hour later, on our way to the acupuncturist, I told her that I love having her over and that it is special to me that we spend time together. She thanked me for everything that I am doing for her on this trip. Then I added: "this morning, when I came to check on you, you commented on my hair and then you told me to clean the fridge gasket..." I was going to follow up with 5 secrets, but before I was able to finish, she interrupted me and said "Gosh, I am so critical! I am sorry, I didn't mean it that way. I can see now why your sister gets upset with me. I can't believe myself." I told her that I love her honesty and while her criticism comes from a caring loving place the how and when she says things sets tone. This was a breakthrough because even though I did not finish using the 5 secrets I got through to her and felt heard. It was encouraging for me to feel that I could be understood and accepted by her.  I have clients who say that they love the 5 secrets, but like to call it the 3 secrets because they find it effective enough to use only 3. (I still encouraged them to use all 5). I can see now what they mean, I did not finish my 5 secrets spiel and got some good results. I believe that my conservation with my mother will further trickle during her stay. Perhaps because there is a lot to cover, or perhaps it's the way we communicate. In either case, I feel good about having the talks that I previously dreaded. I have not had any panic attacks since, but I don't think they have completely gone. I believe they will be there to remind me to address certain emotions that need addressing.. . . I will keep you posted and may even send this to the group. Just need to think about it a bit longer. Responses from the Tuesday Group who observed our work with Keren Here are just a few of the comments from the 35 therapists who observed the session. This is part of the feedback we get on the quality of our teaching at the end of every Tuesday training group. Please describe what you specifically disliked about the training/ Nothing. The live work was fascinating to watch. David and Jill were masterful as always! This was a truly moving and inspiring and helpful session. I can't think of anything I didn't like about it. Nothing I disliked. I think I would have liked to see Keren do more deliberate practice with the 5 secrets with grading and more roleplaying. Conceptualization was a bit hard to follow. Please describe what you specifically liked about the training. Thank you for such an authentic, moving, beautiful session. And tour-de-force demonstration of TEAM therapy. Observing David and Jill as co therapists in service of Keren was an amazing learning opportunity! The power between them was exponential and felt like they successfully addressed every angle. . .  I had not considered using EOV and loved how effective that was in crushing Keren's thoughts. I also loved how Jill finessed gently guiding her to address Hidden Emotion, having clear conviction that this was where the "action" was. I can understand what Keren said that she wants to be closer but does not want to be enmeshed. I think that it helped us in our work with immigrants and those who live away from where they were born. The discussion about the desire to be a parent or not, was another aspect of the work that I really respected. Excellent class tonight! Keren's gift to the class was priceless and David and Jill's masterful teaching was outstanding as always. Thank you!!! I got to feel closer to her and to several group members through their sharing. David touched me with the notion that opening up to one's parents is an important gift that many of them don't get to receive. Thanks for listening today! Rhonda, Keren, Jill, and David

It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield
My Therapy Session with Esther Perel

It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 58:37


Why does a sense of danger make us horny? When is it time to leave a relationship? What to do when you feel ambivalent about your partner? Is there anything worse than being cheated on? Abbie chats to her icon (aka her Lord and Saviour): World renowned Psychotherapist, Esther Perel. Send your Nightmare Fuel via voice note to hello@itsalotpodcast.com LINKS  Listen Abbie's 'Hot Nights' radio show https://bit.ly/3vDRYDw Listen to Esther's Podcast http://bit.ly/3XDWxcE Listen to the episode Abbie was referring to https://bit.ly/3ihBxbt Buy Esther's new game https://www.estherperel.com/australia2022 Buy tickets to Esther's remaining Australian shows https://www.estherperel.com/australia2022 CREDITS  Host: Abbie Chatfield www.instagram.com/abbiechatfield Guest: Esther Perel https://www.instagram.com/estherperelofficial/ Executive Producer: Lem Zakharia https://www.instagram.com/lemzakharia/ Video Producer: Oscar Gordon https://www.instagram.com/oscargordon/ Videographer: Amy Code Managing Producer: Sam Cavanagh Special thanks to Mandy Catalano Find more great podcasts like this at www.listnr.com/ See www.omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Badgers
Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Gophers football therapy session - live reaction to the game!

Locked On Badgers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 53:49


Join us for the live reaction show to the tough Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Gophers football game in Madison. Today's show is brought to you by: LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn Dot Com slash lockedoncollege. That's LinkedIn Dot Com slash lockedoncollege to post your job for free. Terms and conditions apply. BetOnline Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Underdog Today's episode is brought to you by Underdog. Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100! Upside Today's episode is brought to you by Upside. Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more. SlingTV Tailored Opener :15 – Title Sponsorship (Check to see if your game is available in the Sling Channel List) This episode of Locked On (Team Name) is brought to you by Sling TV. Don't miss this weeks matchup between (weekly matchup), right here on Sling! Sling. The TV you love, for a price you'll love. Try it today! SimpliSafe Don't miss your chance to save big on the only security system I recommend. Get 50% off anynew SimpliSafe system at simplisafe dot com slash URL today. This is their biggest discount ofthe year, so don't wait.. That's SimpliSafe.com/lockedoncollege. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Nissan This segment has been inspired by the thrilling new designs featured across Nissans new lineup of vehicles. Pursue what thrills you in the all new Frontier, Armada or Pathfinder today. Available now at NissanUSA.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Jets Stream
A Zach Wilson Therapy Session

The Jets Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 89:06


Jesse and Conor are pretty much done with Zach Wilson. Between his performance against the Patriots and post-game presser, it's clear that he's more than likely not the Jets quarterback of the future. In this episode, they vent about Wilson's performance and attitude and look toward the future (again.)

Best Film Ever
Episode 149 - Bullitt

Best Film Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 163:45


Get ready for a THERAPY SESSION; this time, we left it in. Join your favourite TransAtlantic podcasting crew: Ian, Liam, Ethan, and Georgia as we're on babysitting duty protecting a person of interest in Bullitt.  We promise that we're all still friends after our 149th episode as we discuss: How people can get emotionally protective of their favourite films Is Steve McQueen cool? Does he have star power? A plot hole that you could drive a car chase through What do you do in a movie without story, dialogue, or character development? What movie did we all claim must've been inspired by Bullitt? Did we care for the antagonist pivots all throughout the film? We share our thoughts about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and Joe Lycett's petition to David Beckham Georgia puts way too much effort in setting up a highly unsuccessful sabotage of everyone in a festive music game Whether or not Bullitt is the Best Film Ever Become a Patron of this podcast and support the BFE at https://www.patreon.com/BFE We are extremely thankful to our following Patrons for their most generous support: Rev Bruce Juleen from It Goes Down In The PM Lina Oberholzer Ensign Ian Davies Chris Pedersen  Katie McRae Duane Smith (Duane Smith!) Randal Silva The Yeetmeister Nate The Great Cheezy (with a fish on a bike) Andy Dickson Holly Callen Richard Ryan Kuketz Buy some BFE merch at https://my-store-b4e4d4.creator-spring.com/ Massive thanks to Lex Van Den Berghe for the use of 'Mistake' by Luckydog.  Catch more from Lex's new band, The Maids of Honor at https://soundcloud.com/themaidsofhonor Also massive thanks to Moonlight Social for our age game theme song.  You can catch more from them at https://www.moonlightsocialmusic.com/ Timestamps for this episode: 0:00 - Opening Banter 4:35 - Reflections & Corrections 10:00 - Shoutouts 25:30 - Deep Dive 1:52:15 - Endgame

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy
67. How a Disastrous Therapy Session Transformed My Use of Family History

Stories in Our Roots with Heather Murphy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 23:25 Transcription Available


In this episode, Heather shares how she took elements from therapy, even after having a very negative experience, and used them to transform the ways in which she approaches family history.  She explains the connection between the 8 C's of Internal Family Systems and the framework she built to unlock the power of family history research.Join us for a new 12- week group program, Rooted Success, to learn how to use psychology and family history to help you live your version of a successful life.You can find the details at https://programs.heathercmurphy.com(You can get it for 40% off if you sign up by November 30, 2022!)Ancestry.com Sign up for a 2 week free trial and discover the records that tell the stories of your ancestors.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

The Jordy Culotta Show
Victory Monday Pod! Jake Crain Explores the SEC Landscape & LSU's Chances To Run The Table. TexAgs.Com Owner Billy Lucci Joins Us For A Texas A&M Therapy Session As LSU Has One More Hurdle To Cross.

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 118:01


Kris Fade Show Highlights
That Time When Kris Fade Had a Live Therapy Session With Deepak Chopra 21st Nov 2022

Kris Fade Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 64:01


You Won't Believe How Masaka Kids Africana Dance Group Went Viral  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Kris Fade Show
That Time When Kris Fade Had a Live Therapy Session With Deepak Chopra 21st Nov 2022

The Kris Fade Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 64:01


You Won't Believe How Masaka Kids Africana Dance Group Went Viral  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lub Cast
Lub Cast Episode 39: The Sustainability of Heliocentrism; Interview with Rapper MA3ON, and College Basketball Therapy Session

Lub Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 56:50


Whatsup everyone, today's episode is a fun one. First, starting at (01:43), we interview my good friend, rapper and hip hop artist MA3ON. We talk about his career, and his upcoming mixtape that drops next friday, November 25th! Then we end it by talking a little Celtics as well. Next, starting at (23:38) we talk about the Sustainability of Heliocentrism. Finally, at (30:41) Buttsie and I have a college basketball therapy session. Super fun episode and we love you all. Peace.Click to check out MA3ON's linktree, and don't forget to stream his new mixtape, “Backpack Boys” next Friday, November 25th!!Click here to check out our linktree! Here you can find the Twitter, Tik Tok, Instagram, and Podcast streaming options for spotify and non spotify users for every show on the Lub Cast Network all in one place!!Email any questions, topics you want discussed, or comments to LubCast@gmail.com

The CGA Tour
Cowboy Football Bedlam Preview and Therapy Session

The CGA Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 48:54


On the latest episode of The CGA Tour, host Calvin Glen Alexander brings on guest Colton Davidson to discuss Mike Gundy's time at Oklahoma State, this year's new expectations, and much more! Follow @thecgatour on Twitter and Instagram for more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecgatour/message

DATE YOUR WIFE
RAW "THERAPY SESSION" - MONEY IN MARRIAGE | DATE YOUR WIFE | EP 023

DATE YOUR WIFE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 48:18


"We have NEVER been on the same page with money - there's never any closure to it, except "make more money"!  Today's episode is REAL + RAW as Danielle and Garrett have what seems like an actual THERAPY session! Where else can you listen to a podcast like this?! The crazy thing is.. this topic is SO relatable (no matter your financial situation). Buckle up...these two don't hold anything back.  

The Rebuild-A-Bull Podcast: Chicago Bulls Pod
Ep. 94 - Bulls Therapy Session

The Rebuild-A-Bull Podcast: Chicago Bulls Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 74:29


Hosts Matt Gentile and Drew Stevens discuss the Bulls 6-8 record coming off the heels of a tough 1-4 stretch. Is this team painfully mediocre, or can they make any adjustments to right the ship?

Bad Ass Kid
Couples Therapy - Session 1

Bad Ass Kid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 32:41


Welcome to this episode of the BadAssKiD Show! Strap in!

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
318 Horrific World Events: Can TEAM-CBT Help Us? Part 2 of 2

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 86:58


Horrific World Events: Can TEAM-CBT Help Us? Featuring Live work with Meina Last week, we presented Part 1 of the session with Meina, a young woman struggling enormously because of her feelings about the new Iranian revolution. Today, we present the exciting and unexpected conclusion and follow up of the incredible session with Meina. Part 2: The Conclusion When Meina returned, her mood scores were very similar to what they'd been at the start of the previous session. This indicated that empathy alone was not sufficient to trigger any meaningful changes in how she felt. She said that she'd had some fears about what listeners might think, since, as we mentioned, Meina rarely, if ever, opens up about how she's feeling inside, so talking openly on the podcast definitely means facing her fears and venturing into some radically new territory. The ineffectiveness of Empathy alone is important, because she graded our Empathy as an A+. Many therapists wrongly believe that empathy is the most healing tool we have in therapy. This is idealistic, but wrong. Empathy is definitely important, but without the A and the M of TEAM-CBT, very little, if anything, will change. And, in most instances, patients appreciate good listening, that's for sure, but they want more. They want tangible changes in how the feel and interact with others. Today, Meina showed more emotion. She mentioned that she'd been a Michael Jackson fan, and liked his song about how our (inner) voices don't get out. She was feeling tearful, and angry, and said that in her work, her voice was not coming out, and this was a matter of great distress. She also mentioned that after she cried and expressed her rage about the young woman who was murdered by the morality police, an annoying “eye twitch” that she'd had for six months suddenly disappeared. Meina has also had many experiences in the past of experiencing health anxiety symptoms whenever she's upset about something and hides or suppresses her negative feelings, like anger. She had participated in many of David's Sunday hikes before the pandemic, and sometimes had weird somatic sensations, fearing she had some neurologic disorder, only to have her symptoms instantly vanish when she finally expressed her anger. Many of you will recognize this as David's “Hidden Emotion Technique.” She also said she's afraid she'll be seen and stereotyped as an “angry woman” if she shows her anger, and said she may even have an Anger Phobia, thinking that anger shows that you're a “violent person.” She said that she's always been quick to get angry, and wanted to focus the session on anger. Her goal for the session had shifted in the two days since we did Part 1, and she now wanted to learn how to express her anger more effectively. M = Methods In the rest of the session, we used the TEAM interpersonal model to deal with an intense conflict Meina had recently when she was trying to get her colleagues to issue a statement on behalf of her institution supporting the women in Iran who were protesting, and had partially complete the Relationship Journal in preparation for today's session. As you may recall, when you use the RJ, you will discover—and this can be quite shocking—that you are actually causing the very relationship problems that you are complaining about. And this came as a huge surprise to Meina. The remainder of the session was incredibly inspiring, and Mina did some magical work. I'll let you listen to the rest of the session to see how the work unfolded. If you'd like to review Meina's RJ, you can click this LINK. End of Session T = Testing If you'd like to see Meina's end-of-session mood ratings, along with her Evaluation of Therapy Session, you can check this LINK. If you'd like to refresh yourself on the Five Secrets of Effective Communication, you can click this LINK. I was incredibly proud of the brilliant and inspiring work that Meina did during this session. She experienced the “Great Death” of her “self,” along with the “Great Rebirth,” or the “waking up” of the “non-self.” At the start of this podcast, we asked the question of whether TEAM-CBT could be of help when people are struggling because of events that are both real and horrific. Now perhaps you see my answer: a resounding and unexpected YES. However, there are a couple of disclaimers. First, the person has to be asking for help, and Meina definitely was. Having an agenda that makes sense to the patient is always, in fact, one of the most important keys to successful therapy. Second, the therapy will usually be totally unexpected, and the work we do with each person will be highly individual. We're not in the business of creating simple formulas to deal with this or that problem. Instead, TEAM emphasizes a step-by-step process which will be unique and totally different for every person you work with. And finally, we have to thank our old friend, Epictetus, for once again reminding us that our feelings do not result from what's happening, but rather from our thoughts about it. And the goal is NOT to blame you for the way you feel, but rather to give you the key to unlock the door and free yourself from the suffering you've endured. Meina, Rhonda, and I hope the incredible and brave work that Meina did in this session will be helpful for you, too!

Janky Town
Episode 110: Beer Mug's Sickie Poo Therapy Session

Janky Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 57:58


In this episode: Beer Mug is sick and sad (again). Beer Mug ASMR. What did you do on Halloween? Janky Town's Social Media Intern. FloriDUH or TexASS. A Minute with Mugs. $8 for a Twitter Blue Check Mark. A Janky Instant Request. Dave's Celebrity encounter and more!!    You can reach us anytime by calling the JANK LINE 855-JANKY-69 or email us at jankytown69@gmail.com.   Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @jankytown69 for the latest jank!! Support the show and join the fun on Patreon for as little as $2: Patreon.com/jankytown   Help Keep Janky Town alive! Show some love on Pay Pal: paypal.me/jankytown69

The Tasteless Gentlemen
Therapy Session With Strider Wilson - The Tasteless Gentlemen Episode 205

The Tasteless Gentlemen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 72:25


https://www.youtube.com/c/MichaelKlimkowski https://www.instagram.com/stridershredsallday/ https://www.netflix.com/title/81087423 Patreon: www.patreon.com/thetastelessgentlemen Alex: www.instagram.com/tasteless_alex/ Dom: www.instagram.com/djdomking/ www.twitch.tv/djdomking Schoeny: www.instagram.com/lilschoen_/ www.twitch.tv/djschoeny djschoeny.com/ www.youtube.com/user/djschoeny Scoop: www.twitch.tv/scoopttg Audio Version: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3c4htUxSEpZ…rLRyeL4bXBThLhwA Soundcloud: @thetastelessgentlemen Itunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…en/id1050400644 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/show/the-tasteless-gentlemen Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/TheTastelessGentlemen Please sub, thumbs up, rate on iTunes, follow on twitter, or whatever… it really helps spread the good word. FB: www.facebook.com/Tastelessgentlemenshow IG: www.instagram.com/thetastelessgentlemen/ TW: twitter.com/TastelessGents Outro – Born Sinners – Heavenly – audiograb.com/8msZpY5OfA Intro – Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Is The Mic Still On
Dead End Therapy Sessions (featuring Damone Tyrell)

Is The Mic Still On

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 88:25


Become a Patron at: http://patreon.com/isthemicstillon  If you are a new listener to ITMSO, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Reddit and let us know your thoughts on this week's topics or the show! You can subscribe to the show here: http://bit.ly/isthemicstillon  In this episode, we discuss: Recommendations at 2:50 Topic 1, Father Session at 5:20 Topic 2, Career Session at 27:50 Topic 3, Marriage Session at 48:00 Topic 4, Normalize Session at 64:40 Check Out More Dead End Podcast Network Programming Hold It Down: https://spoti.fi/391q9ay  Dead End Gaming: http://bit.ly/deadendgaming  Frames Per Second: http://bit.ly/fpspodcast  Chris Platte Strictly Hip-Hop and Strictly Hoop Talk: http://bit.ly/chrisplatte  Any Given Sunday: http://bit.ly/anygivensundaypod  Dead End Sports: http://bit.ly/deadendsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
315: Anxiety and Somatic Complaints in Children and Teens

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 61:50 Very Popular


TEAM-CBT with children and teens, featuring Jeffrey Lazarus, MD Tics, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Pain, Bedwetting, Fears, Phobias, Performance Anxiety, and more In TEAM, we usually conceptualize four categories of problems: depression, anxiety disorders, relationship problems, and habits and addictions. Although there are similarities in the treatment of each of these targets, there are also important differences. Today's guest, Jeffrey Lazarus, MD, is a pediatrician who specializes in a fifth category, somatic complaints, which can include physical symptoms like chronic pain, dizziness and fatigue without any known medical cause. This category also includes as irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, tics with and without Tourette syndrome, bed wetting, and a wide range of other problems which are common in kids and sometimes in adults as well. Dr. Lazarus also works with anxiety disorders, such as test anxiety, sports performance anxiety, public speaking anxiety, school phobia and more. Although Dr. Lazarus worked as a general pediatrician for the first 27 years of his career, he switched to hypnotherapy when the painful plantar warts on his feet were unexpectedly cured following a single hypnotherapy session from a colleague. Dr. Lazarus was so impressed that he began studying hypnosis and incorporating it into his work with children, teens, and adults. He now works from a TEAM perspective, incorporating Testing, Empathy, Paradoxical Agenda Setting (also called Assessment of Resistance), and a variety of cognitive methods, along with hypnosis. He began today's podcast with a case of a young man he was treating for persistent bed wetting, and was surprised when his patient slammed him in the written feedback on the Evaluation of Therapy Session form following the session, labeling Dr. Lazarus as a bit “narcissistic.” At the start of the next session, Dr. Lazarus responded non-defensively with the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. This won the boy over, leading to a successful outcome. Jeff said that the Evaluation of Therapy Session form and the Five Secrets have “saved him” on several occasions with disgruntled patients. Jeff then presented several fascinating cases where motivational factors and resistance played a major role in the treatment, and emphasized that treatment failure would probably have been inevitable if these factors had not been brought to conscious awareness. For example, a teenager who frequently had to go home from school because of somatic symptoms listed, at Dr. Lazarus' suggested, the many advantages of his symptoms, such as “I don't have to go to school,” “I get extra attention this way,” and more. After this intervention, the boy decided that it just wasn't worth it, because there were lots of fun things he was missing out on at school, and his symptoms rapidly subsided. In another case of bed-wetting, Jeff discovered that a 10-year old knew that he wouldn't be permitted to go on sleep overs at his cousin's house until he outgrew his bed-wetting problem. But when he “listened” and encouraged the boy to talk about his distress, the boy explained that his cousin had a “creepy dog” that frightened him, so he actually didn't want to go on sleepovers. Jeff encouraged the boy to tell his parents what was really going on, and when his mother said he wouldn't have to go on any sleepovers unless he wanted to, his bed-wetting suddenly disappeared. He described many additional cases where motivational factors dominated his patient's problems, including a promising teenage tennis star who suddenly developed a fear of flying which made it impossible to go with her parents to important weekend tournaments. But with Dr. Lazarus' support, she confessed that her life was dominated by school, study, and going to tennis tournaments, with no free time to be a “normal teenager.” She finally confided that she was just “tennissed out” and wanted to have more fun in life, to have dates, and so forth. By subconsciously developed a flying phobia, she was subtly going on strike, and saying “I don't want to do this anymore.” But by developing a symptom, she could continue to be nice and say “I can't do this,” rather than saying “I don't want to do this anymore.” These subconscious maneuvers are not manipulative, but automatic. When brought to conscious awareness, the patient finds himself or herself in control, and can decide to go in a different direction. This patient mustered up the courage to tell her parents and her coach, who were understanding, and her fear of flying suddenly disappeared as mysteriously as it had first appeared. Dr. Lazarus emphasized that the child's complaints are real—they're not making up the symptoms, and they need empathy and support, and the chance to tell their story. Parents are nearly always focused on “pushing” and “helping,” efforts that just make the problem worse because the child pushes back. Although parents do this out of love, their misguided efforts to “help” can actually be a barrier to successful treatment. Jeff said he often does what he respectfully and affectionately calls a “parentectomy,” which means encouraging the parents to stay out of the picture regarding the individual patient problem and homework he assigns. I have called this tendency of symptoms to be hiding the patient's actual motives the “Hidden Emotion Phenomenon,” and it's equally common and powerful with adults with anxiety disorders as well. Essentially, anxiety prone individuals, including children, teens and adults, tend to be exceptionally “nice,” and are often people pleasers. So, they may not always listen to their feelings, which then turn out indirectly, as this or that type of anxiety or somatic complaint. Essentially, the symptoms are saying what the patient's mouth cannot say! Instead of trying to solve the problem, you can view the symptoms as a subconscious solution to a problem that's being suppressed and not verbalized. Bringing the problem to conscious awareness can make it possible for adult and young patients to express their needs and feelings directly, which typically leads to a rapid disappearance of the initial complaint. If you'd like to learn more about Jeff's fascinating clinical work, and perhaps learn more about this ‘Hidden Emotion” phenomenon, and how he integrates hypnosis with TEAM-CBT, you can view a number of resources, including video clips from actual therapy sessions, at his website, JeffLazarausMD.com And, if you'd like, you can contact him directly at JeffLazarusMD@gmail.com. Thanks for listening today! Rhonda, Jeff, and David

RealPod with Victoria Garrick
Addicted to Achievement: My “Therapy” Session with Gabby Bernstein

RealPod with Victoria Garrick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 52:48 Very Popular


This week we're giving you a front-row seat to Victoria sitting down with Gabby Bernstein. Gabby is a #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and self-proclaimed Spiritual Junkie. In this podcast-turned-therapy-session, Gabby turns the tables on Victoria to discuss the addiction to achieving, what flow state really does, and how we all may be blocking our own manifesting superpowers. If you're looking to change your life in 2023 this is the episode for you. Support the show by supporting our sponsors! Vionic: MUST HAVE. I got the cutest comfiest white sneakers from Vionic Shoes. Use code REALPOD at checkout for free shipping at www.vionicshoes.com BetterHelp: Therapy changed my LIFE. Therapy changed my LIFE. Being able to do it virtually is even better. Visit betterhelp.com/realpod to get 10% off your first month! LittleWords: Go to littlewordsproject.com/REALPOD or enter REALPOD at checkout for 30% off your first order. Join Gabby's 21-Day Manifesting Challenge! Visit deargabby.com/manifesting Get your copy of Gabby's latest book, Happy Days: The Guided Path from Trauma to Profound Freedom and Inner Peace. Visit deargabby.com/happyday Gabby's social links  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabbybernstein/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@gabbybernsteinofficial?lang=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiGs8bAma9q1fqP-3SokQZw   Produced by Dear Media   This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.