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52 episodes, 44 hours 10 mins
Resilience Trauma and the Brain W/ Guest Bruce Perry MD, PhD
Get the latest from one of the worlds most renowned neuropsychiatrists working with interventions to heal trauma. Dr. Bruce Perry joins co-host Sue Marriott to discuss staging understanding and treatment intervention based on brain develop in a technique called the Neurosequential Model. Also, see our dense show notes for more! If you are interested in ACES, child advocacy, trauma, or therapy in general this is one you don't want to miss.
Jisan Tova Green: For What Connects Us
Come meet Jisan Tova Green this Sunday. Tova is a Zen Priest from San Francisco Zen Center (SFZC) and has been in residence at SFZC for over twenty years. She received Dharma Transmission from Eijun Linda Cutts. She is currently the Liaison for the Branching Streams Zen Centers and sitting groups -- over 70 in the U.S. and nine in other countries.Tova co-founded the SFZC Queer Dharma Group in 2009 and the group Unpacking Whiteness – Reflection and Action in 2017. Tova has worked as a hospice social worker, plays the cello, and writes poetry.
Stephen Porges: Countering the effects of social distancing
Social distancing and separation are a big part of what is needed to deal with the pandemic. In this short conversation, we talk about how to counter their effects: we still need to be sensitive to our nervous system’s need to socially engage and connect. Below the video, you will find a transcript. You can also get the transcript as a PDF. See also Spanish translation PDF. Coming up soon: German and Italian translations. Read about volunteering to help people support each other in this crisis. Audio only: Transcript of the conversation (with timing of video): Serge Prengel (00:00): These are really difficult times. Stephen Porges (00:03): They certainly are. And there’s an irony going on because we have to avoid becoming infected. There’s no question that the Coronavirus is a health risk, especially to those of us who are more mature. It is real. The question is related to the way that we need to behave to reduce that risk through social isolation. And this strategy creates an a...
Using the Polyvagal Theory to Balance Your Nervous System with Deb Dana
In today’s show, I’m interviewing the incredible Deb Dana, one of the leading experts on the nervous system and the Polyvagal Theory. The Polyvagal Theory offers us cutting-edge insight into the third nervous system response that Porges calls the social engagement system, based on the Vagus Nerve.
Healing Trauma with Dr. Peter Levine
Dr. Peter Levine, a legendary expert on the subject of healing trauma, joins Dr. Rick Hanson and Forrest to discuss the power trauma holds over the body, how we can truly connect with others, and simple practices for calming fear and unwinding from trauma.
Greg Madison on Focusing & existential therapy
Greg Madison, PhD, is an existential psychologist and psychotherapist active in various academic and professional communities across Europe and internationally. He has written the books, The End of Belonging and Existential Migration and co-edited three books on Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy and Existential Therapy. He continues to write articles on contemporary topics related to experiential-existential psychotherapy, participatory democracy, psychology and society. He founded The London Focusing Institute and is co-editor of Existential Analysis. See: www.gregmadison.net and www.londonfocusing.com Published: January 2016. See printable PDF transcript.
Stephen Porges: Mindfulness & co-regulation
In this conversation, we explore a paradigm shift and its implications. “The whole history of the study of mental and psychological processes has been so focused on the individual’s responses, yet the individual’s responses are being framed and interacting through a connectedness with others.” The Polyvagal theory developed by Stephen Porges “forces an attention away from the individual to the individual within context.” In this context, mindful self-regulation may be better described as co-regulation. This far-ranging conversation also touches on the importance of listening to others and to our own bodily feelings, how we deal with threat and find safety. In addition to the audio, there is also a printable PDF transcript. Stephen W. Porges, PhD, is Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University, where he directs the Trauma Research Center within the Kinsey Institute. He holds the position of Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina and Professor E...
Richard Schwartz: Dealing with our inner conflicts
Richard Schwartz describes how we can understand ourselves better if we think of our inner conflicts as arguments between parts of ourselves. He outlines the kind of mindful interaction through which we can assume effective leadership of these conflicting parts:Welearn to compassionately listen to their deep needs underneath the bluster. There is a short demo of the process. This conversation is available as a printable PDF transcript. Richard Schwartz co-authored, with Michael Nichols, Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods, the most widely used family therapy text in the U.S. Dr. Schwartz was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Institute for Juvenile Research and later at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. He developed Internal Family SystemsSM in response to clients’ descriptions of various parts within themselves. IFS is a nonpathologizing, hopeful framework within which to practice psychotherapy. In 2000, ...
Eva Gold on Buddhist psychology & Gestalt psychotherapy
In this conversation we talk about the convergences of Buddhist psychology/mindfulness with Gestalt therapy as well as how they are different in their emphasis and ultimate aims. This creates the ground for discussing the benefits of an approach that integrates the two—a Buddhist psychology informed Gestalt therapy (BPGT). This conversation is also available in video as a PDF transcript. Audio only: Eva Gold, PsyD is a psychologist in private practice, founding co-director of Gestalt Therapy Training Center—Northwest in Portland, OR, and senior faculty for the program she developed integrating Buddhist psychology and mindfulness in Gestalt therapy training. Dr. Gold is co-author with Steve Zahm, PhD of the new book Buddhist Psychology and Gestalt Therapy Integrated: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century. She taught Gestalt therapy for fifteen years as an adjunct assistant professor at Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, and has also authored and co-authored a number...
ACT For Food Restriction And Anorexia
According to Dr. Rhonda Merwin, individuals with anorexia and low weight are, “doing exactly what society has told them makes sense to be a good person.” At the same time, having anorexia and being over-controlled with food narrows your life, increases preoccupation with weight, and has negative health consequences. ACT offers a novel approach to treating eating disorders. By stepping back from eating disorder thoughts, identifying values and increasing acceptance and willingness, men and women can gain headway in recovery from one of the most difficult mental health issues. In this episode, Diana talks with Dr. Rhonda Merwin, Associate Professor at Duke University Medical Center and lead author ofACT for Anorexia Nervosa: A Guide for Clinicians about ways to apply ACT to find freedom from anorexia and restrictive eating. In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, this episode is dedicated to all who are seeking recovery in their relationship with food and weight. May yo...
Inspired Yoga Class Themes with Michelle Marchildon
Michelle Marchildon joins Mado on the podcast to discuss how yoga teachers can incorporate themes into their classes in a way that feels authentic and inspiring. Highlights from this episode: Michelle’s definition of a yoga class theme The part of theming that most yoga teachers struggle with and Michelle’s formula to help overcome it Different approaches to finding inspiration and how to stay inspired How to connect authentically with students What yoga teachers have to offer over yoga videos and how understanding this can help you and your students How to stay connected to your authentic voice as a yoga teacher Advice for people becoming new yoga teachers later in life Examples of specific exercises Michelle gives people to help them use theming authentically in their classes Links & Resources Foundations of a Yoga Business group coaching Join the Yoga Teacher Resource Facebook Group Sign up for Mado's email list and get a free download of 100 yoga class themes Michelle’s website, YogiMuse.com
5 Myths That Are Keeping You From Innovation in Your Private Practice with Daniel Fava | PoP 440
Do you really have to wear all the hats in your business? When do you get more done? What can you do to ensure...
What’s Working in Private Practice?
Have you started or are thinking about starting your own private practice? Are you looking to be surrounded by like-minded people who you can...
The "New" Evidence On What Makes Therapy Effective
Today we’re going to cover two of the most frequent questions I hear -- how to find a therapist and how you know a therapist is right for you. We'll go over the seven factors that are found to make therapy the most effective it can be. What are those? Let's start out with the alliance between the therapist and the client. That's #1.
Peggy Orenstein is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Girls & Sex, Cinderella Ate My Daughter, Waiting for Daisy and Boys & Sex. Peggy sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss her research in talking to young boys, why parents need to be open with their kids about sexual realities and the impact of pornography. Dax asks how boys can stand up to injustice without losing their social capital and Peggy talks about the uncoupling of pleasure and sex. The two talk about the double standards that exist in the way we perceive young males and young females, how gay communities navigate sex and the misconceptions boys and girls hold about the opposite gender.
220: It's All About The Relationship - Maybe You Should Talk To Someone With Lori Gottlieb
Thank you to this episode's sponsor,TherapyNotes. Get a 2-month free trial ofTherapyNotesby going towww.TherapyNotes.comand using the promo codeTherapyChat. Welcome back to Therapy Chat! On today's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C speaks to Lori Gottlieb about her new book "Maybe You Should Talk To Someone". Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and contributes regularly to The New York Times and many other publications. She is also a TED speaker, a member of the Advisory Council for Bring Change to Mind and advisor to the Aspen Institute. A contributing writer for the Atlantic, she has written hundreds of articles related to psychology and culture, many of which have become viral sensations. She is a sought-after expert in media such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, and NPR’s “Fresh Air.” Resources https://lorigottlieb.com https://twitter.com/LoriGottlieb1 https://www.ted.com/talks/lori_gottlieb_how_changing_your_story_can_change_your_life Leave me a message via Speakpipe by going to https://therapychatpodcast.com and clicking on the green Speakpipe button. Thank you for listening to Therapy Chat! Please be sure to go to iTunes and leave a rating and review, subscribe and download episodes. You can also download the Therapy Chat app on iTunes by clicking here. Podcast produced by Pete Bailey -https://petebailey.net/audio
219: Attachment, Somatic Work + Sensory Processing In Therapy With Paula Scatoloni + Rachel Lewis-Marlow
Thank you to this episode's sponsor,TherapyNotes. Get a 2-month free trial ofTherapyNotesby going towww.TherapyNotes.comand using the promo codeTherapyChat. On today's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C speaks to Paula Scatoloni and Rachel Lewis-Marlow about attachment, somatic work and sensory processing in therapy. Paula Scatoloni, LCSW, CEDS, SEP is a somatic-based psychotherapist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and Somatic Experiencing practitioner in Durham, NC. She has a private practice in Chapel Hill, NC and has worked in the field of eating disorders for over two decades. Prior to developing Embodied Recovery, Paula co-developed the first intensive outpatient program for eating disorders with Dr. Anita Johnston author, Eating In the Light of the Moon. She also served as the Eating Disorder Coordinator at Duke University for nine years where she developed campus policies and managed a multidisciplinary treatment team. She is a certified Shake Your Soul instructor and has provided mindful movement classes at Carolina House Treatment Center. Paula has taught extensively on the etiology and treatment of eating disorders through classes, workshops, professional trainings, and conferences. She is currently an SEP assistant and session provider. She has training in Bodywork and Somatic Education (BASE) and additional models for somatic work with developmental trauma. She is a faculty member at the NC Center for Resiliency in Chapel Hill, NC and has been collaborating with researchers for the past four years to develop a study on the efficacy of somatic therapy within the eating disorder population. Rachel Lewis-Marlow, MS, EdS, LPC, LMBT is a somatically integrative psychotherapist, dually licensed in counseling and therapeutic massage and bodywork. She is a Certified Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and has advanced training and 25 + years of experience in diverse somatic therapies including Craniosacral Therapy, Energetic Osteopathy, Oncology massage and Aromatherapy. Rachel worked as a primary therapist at Carolina House for 4 years. There she developed the Embodying Recovery group therapy protocol which formed the basis for her contribution to the EMBODIED RECOVERY treatment model. Rachel is a private consultant to eating disorders treatment facilities. She provides ongoing training and supervision to clinical and support staff in the programmatic implementation of the EMBODIED RECOVERY model. She is currently consulting for Carolina House in their residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment programs. In her private practice in Chapel Hill, NC, Rachel works with trauma, eating disorders, and dissociative disorders. She has extensive experience as a teacher and presenter, focusing on accessing the body’s unique capacity to give voice to the subconscious and to lay the foundation for healing and maintaining psychological and physical health. Resources hthttps://embodiedrecovery.org/ Leave me a message via Speakpipe by going to https://therapychatpodcast.com and clicking on the green Speakpipe button. Thank you for listening to Therapy Chat! Please be sure to go to iTunes and leave a rating and review, subscribe and download episodes. You can also download the Therapy Chat app on iTunes by clicking here. Podcast produced by Pete Bailey -https://petebailey.net/audio
Ep. 103 – Sarah Buino
Therapist Sarah Buino joins the Indie Spiritualist for a discussion around addiction, speaking your own authentic truth, and working with shame and self-compassion.
PTSD and the Polyvagal Theory
A solo episode from Justin. He examines the DSM5 diagnostic criteria for PTSD in comparison to the polyvagal theory. More Polyvagal Podcast content for $5/mo - https://www.justinlmft.com/members Individual Therapy with Justin (CA only) - https://www.justinlmft.com/therapy Therapeer Content Event - https://www.justinlmft.com/therapeercontentevent File Share - https://www.justinlmft.com/fileshare DSM Criteria - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK207191/box/part1_ch3.box16/ Intro/Outro music & Transition Sounds by Benjo Beats - https://soundcloud.com/benjobeats
EP 332: Trauma and the Nervous System with Irene Lyon
In a recent podcast listener survey, a lot of you listed trauma and healing under topics you'd like to see explored more in 2020 on the show, so I hope you enjoy today's guest, Irene Lyon who is a nervous system expert and somatic practitioner! Her big truth was that we're at a point in time where we have the science, research, practices and immediacy to heal deep stuff. We talked about what somatic work is, the difference between the parasympathetic and the sympathetic nervous systems and touched on Polyvagal Theory. She helped me understand the difference between trauma trained and trauma informed - a very important distinction as we all consider practitioners, guides, teachers and coaches in various areas of our lives. And we also got into neuroception, our sensitivity to safety or danger, common trauma responses that people might not realize is their trauma talking, and how we can value the health that IS present. It's a great chat, you might want to listen more than once. Enjoy...
Episode 418: Sarah Peyton. Trauma and Relational & Embodied Language
Sarah Peyton returns. This is the third in our four-episode series on Relational Trauma and The Brain. (Sarah on episode 260.)Sarah is a Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and teaches people how language changes relationship and the brain.she works with audiences internationally to create a compassionate understanding of the effects of relational trauma on the brain, and writes about and teaches people how words change and heal us.First, a huge thank you to my sponsor for making this podcast happen!Brighter VisionAs the industry-leading company that makes marketing simple for therapists, Brighter Vision understands exactly what it takes to help your practice grow to new heights this year.Brighter Vision’s team of developers will work with you to first understand your business and what makes it unique, then use this information to build you a website centered around attracting and retaining your ideal client.During the entire month of January, Brighter Vision is running i...
Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman - The Trauma Of Infidelity
Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman is one of the world’s most preeminent relationship researchers. Along with her husband Dr. John Gottman, they run the Gottman Institute, who have conducted many of the world’s most extensive studies on marital stability. This week we delve straight into trauma, including Dr. Gottman’s previous trauma work, the trauma of infidelity, and the Gottman therapy related to this trauma. Lastly, we discuss their latest book - Eight Dates: Essential Conversations for a Lifetime of Love. What is it that makes a good relationship and how do good relationships benefit us? Podcast Highlights: 5mins - Julie’s background in trauma research and her journey to the Gottman Institute. 14mins - Trauma, what is it? What does it do to us? What does it feel like? 21mins - The healing power of connection. 25mins - The Gottman’s couples conflict resolution approach - what questions do you need to ask your partner? 32mins - Cheating, infidelity and the trauma in betrayal. 36min...
Diane Poole Heller: We Are Designed for Connection
Diane Poole Heller is a licensed therapist and noted expert in trauma, integrative healing, and secure attachment. With Sounds True, she has published The Power of Attachment: How to Create Deep and Lasting Intimate Relationships. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Diane aboutthe different attachment styles that we pick up in childhood and carry subconsciously into our adult behaviors. Diane explains how these attachment patterns are engraved in both the mind and body, highlighting the long-term effects of trauma and neglect. Tami and Diane discuss strategies for coping with and healing from insecure and disorganized childhood attachment. Finally, Diane shares a visualization practice for disidentifying from generational trauma and strategies for increasing our innate connection to others. (67 minutes)
S1.Ep 1. Healing of emotional wounds - a Jungian approach
Psychotherapy and Healing - a Jungian Approach There are a wide range of emotional wounds which are a damage to the sense of self. Just as there arenumerous healing mechanisms in the body likewise there is a wide range of healing energies in the psyche. It is of considerable benefit to the practitioner to be familiar with these. An overview is given of the podcasts to follow which include a deep investigation of the healing intelligence in the psyche and the role of the therapist in this process. Prepare to be stretched beyond your traditional trainings and conceptions of how emotional healing takes place. The book upon which these podcasts are based is: Healing Intelligence:The Spirit in Psychotherapy Working with Darkness and Light. (Karnac Books 2012). It can be otained at https://rb.gy/v4vntt Musical extracts in these podcasts taken from: 1. BBC radio 3 recording of Beethoven’s 3rd symphony 2005 and made available on the Internet Archive on a Creative Commons label. https://arc...
Melanie Starr Costello
Zürich-trained Jungian analyst Melanie Starr Costello joins us from Washington, D.C. to discuss mysticism in the lives of both C.G. Jung St. Catherine of Siena. We also suffering, the mystical marriage, individuation as ecology, and what role the body plays in consciousness.
Jungian analyst, author, and scholar Ann Casement joined us from London, England to discuss her recent Fay Lecture Series, “Integrating Shadow: Authentic Being in the World.” She took us back to her time at the House of Lords and her relationships with Claude Lévi-Strauss, James Hillman, and Gerhard Adler, and more recently with Sonu Shamdasani and Wolfgang Giegerich. She delved into the three aspects of the shadow, Jung’s personal shadow, and accusations of anti-Semitism. She updated us on her upcoming books, The Blazing Sublime and The Analyst’s Guide to Jung, and paid tribute to the late Jungian analyst Fr. John P. Dourley, Ph.D.
Understanding and Healing our Defenses with Karen Gelstein
On today's show we have one of my favorite people and therapists, on the show-Karen Gelstein. Karen helped us to understand our defenses and how to heal them and change how we react with others. She shares with us how humor, ruminating thoughts, missing red flags, codependency and even addictions are all ways that we defend ourselves to stay safe. We delved into the inner child and how the inner child becomes wounded and the defenses are created.
How To Use Social Media To Grow A Practice | Branding Series with Sam Carvalho 3 of 5 | PoP 419
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Samantha Carvalho all about social media for private practice and how you can use it to grow a practice.
TU110: Story Follows State
In this episode of Therapist Uncensored, co-host Sue Marriott explores the intersection of Polyvagal Theory, neuroscience, and attachment with Deb Dana. We will investigate how the mind creates stories from information relayed by the nervous system, and how we can rewrite the script to move toward security.
Esther Perel is a Belgian author and psychotherapist. Esther sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss the true definition of eroticism, the unrealistic expectations we put on our partners and how the status of a couple affects the whole family. She finds the current lack of sex education unacceptable and Dax wonders if Esther’s husband is intimidated by her. Esther delineates the complexities of infidelity, she insists we break societal labels and she talks about the residual effect of growing up with parents who survived the Nazi concentration camps.
The Power in Vulnerability
We want to learn who our listeners are! Please take a moment and fill out this quick survey:http://survey.libsyn.com/thejoyfactorpodcast Hello and welcome to the JOY Factor Podcast episode number #24. My guest is Shane Birkel. Shane is a marriage and family therapist with a private practice just outside of Boston.He works primarily with couples and is a certified Relational Life Therapist with Terry Real as his mentor. Couples Therapist Couch https://couplestherapistcouch.com/blog/. Shane hosts a weekly podcast called the Couples Therapist Couch the practice of Couples Therapy. Practice website: shanebirkel.com Podcast website: couplestherapistcouch.com Many of the couples I see are seeking deeper intimacy and improved communication. Nothing can steal joy like an unfulfilling relationship but in order to feel satisfied and connected with our partner, we have to be connected to ourselves and have a sense of wholeness. Society’s definition of manhood forces men to make unconscious ch...
Curiosity: One of the Most Powerful Tools For Connection (Replay)
Curiosity - It's much more than a quest for knowledge, not as simple as it seems, & is one of the most powerful relationship tools we have!
Jung's Red Book for Our Time
We are joined by the editors, Murray Stein, Ph.D. and Thomas Arzt, Ph.D., the publisher Steven Buser, M.D., and distinguished author Lance S. Owens, M.D. to discuss the series, Jung's Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions, published by Chiron.
The Way of the Sly One: Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, & Jung
with Ken James, PhD This episode is the first part of the seriesThe Way of the Sly One: The Psychology of Our Possible Evolution in the Writings of Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, & Jung. Most depth psychological theories look backward into the personal history of the individual in order to find the causes for neurotic symptoms, gain insight into their persistence in the present, and diminish their effects in the future. A key feature of Jungian psychology is the addition of a forward focus, a constructive, teleological emphasis on the meaning of symptoms, and the need to discover what the symptom is calling the sufferer to notice and change. This places Jung in a category of psychological practitioners who seek to promote the possible evolution of the person from present status to future transcendence. Russian spiritual teacher G.I. Gurdjieff sought to bring his students to a place of consciousness that went far beyond what was generally thought of as “being awake”. The core of his teachin...
Puer – Puella: Trapped in the Inner Child
If the passage into fullsome adulthood is avoided, a person can be trapped in the world of childhood. This protected realm is a nexus of potential, defined by avoiding the rigors of the real for the pleasures of possibility. Peter Pan, who chose to remain in never-never-land, is a well-known image for the flighty ingenuousness of the puer or puella. What stops libido from becoming more grounded in order to engage in more purposeful, ego-strengthening commitments?
A Life Less Stressed with Dr. Ron Ehrlich
Chronic stress is a silent killer that affects your mood, your waistlines, your hormones, and mental health. The goal is not to live a stress-free life, that’s impossible; instead, our aim should be to reduce the stressors we can and manage the rest effectively through diet, exercise, nutrition, breathing, and positive mental models. Our guest on this week's podcast teaches a “stress less” holistic approach to wellness.
149: Bottom-Up Processing Using Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
Welcome to episode 149 of the Therapy Chat Podcast with host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. Today Laura revisitsher chatwith Dr. Pat Ogden about bottom-up processing using sensorimotor psychotherapy.
151: All Parts Are Welcome, An Interview with Dr Richard Schwartz
Welcome to episode 151 of the Therapy Chat Podcast with host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. Today, Laura revists her interview with Dr. Richard Schwartz. Richard Schwartz earned his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University, after which he began a long association with the Institute for Juvenile Research at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and more recently at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, attaining the status of Associate Professor at both institutions. He is coauthor, with Michael Nichols, of Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods, the most widely used family therapy text in the United States. Dr. Schwartz developed Internal Family Systems in response to clients' descriptions of experiencing various parts–many extreme–within themselves. He noticed that when these parts felt safe and had their concerns addressed, they were less disruptive and would accede to the wise leadership of what Dr. Schwartz came to call the "Self." In developing IFS, he rec...
159: Understanding Polyvagal Theory - An Interview With Deb Dana
Welcome to episode 159 of the Therapy Chat Podcast with host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. Today Laura speaks with Deb Dana, LCSW about Polyvagal Theory. Deb’s work is based on the principles of Polyvagal Theory. Developed by Dr. Stephen Porges, Polyvagal Theory offers a way to understand the human autonomic nervous system and directly engage with our habitual patterns of response. Through a polyvagal lens we learn to listen to our embodied stories. Using a polyvagal perspective, we can let go of self-criticism and bring an open heart to exploring the "ways and whys" of our daily experience...how we interact or isolate, join or judge, move toward or away, speak or stay silent. Resources https://www.rhythmofregulation.com Leave me a message via Speakpipe by going to https://therapychatpodcast.com and clicking on the green Speakpipe button. Please consider supporting Therapy Chat by becoming a member on Patreon! Just $1 a month would make a huge impact to keep Therapy Chat going strong! To l...
187: Somatic Therapy In Perinatal Mental Health With Dr Helena Vissing
Thank you to this episode's sponsor,TherapyNotes. Get a 2-month free trial ofTherapyNotesby going towww.TherapyNotes.comand using the promo codeTherapyChat. Welcome back to Therapy Chat! In today's podcast host Laura Reagan speaks toDr Helena Vissing about somatic therapy in perinatal mental health. Dr. Vissing is a Licensed Psychologist practicing in West Los Angeles. She specializes in Early Development, Maternal Mental Health, and trauma. As Adjunct Faculty at Antioch University and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Vissing teaches Child and Adolescent Development, Treatment of Children and Adolescents, and Play Therapy classes. She is also Faculty on the Training Committee of the nonprofit Maternal Mental Health NOW, where she trains providers working with families in Maternal Mental Health. Dr. Vissing has experience working as a School Psychologist and Play Therapist in her home country Denmark, before she relocated to Los Angeles. She has a private practice i...
Map of the Soul: Persona
Jungian analyst Dr. Murray Stein, author of Jung's Map of the Soul, joins us from Zürich, Switzerland to discuss the new album by K-pop group, BTS.
4 Pillars for Mental Health Awareness
How does taking care of our mental health empower others to do the same? IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 4 Pillars to build awareness around our mental health The power of bringing our attention to these issues Who we are capable of becoming when we take better care of ourselves Why we need to prioritize our mental health and care Get all the resources mentioned in this episode at: www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/mental-health
Episode One: What to Look for in Therapy and a Therapist
Welcome to the first episode of Working Out the Inside: The Myths, Truths, and Essential Work of Psychotherapy. I'm Andrew Nargolwala, and I've been a psychotherapist for more than 16 years. I run a group private practice in Cresskill, NJ and also work for a large public agency. I hope with this podcast to help demystify the process of therapy and make it more understandable for a general audience. This segment talks generally about what psychotherapy is, what does it focus on, what should you look for in a therapist, and the core questions that lead to both symptom relief and self-discovery. Future topics will address topics such as depression, anxiety, addiction, relationships, parenting, and more. I welcome your questions and feedback as to what you would like to hear discussed in the future.
1148: Habit Stacking to Make Routines that Stick by Cara Harvey of A Purpose Driven Mom on Self Discipline
Cara Harvey of A Purpose Driven Mom shares her thoughts on using habit stacking to make routines that stick. Episode 1148: Habit Stacking to Make Routines that Stick by Cara Harvey of A Purpose Driven Mom on Self Discipline Cara Harvey is a wife, mom, online mentor and woman of God. She has been married to her husband, Ron, for 3 years and they live with their 11 year-old stepson, 2-year old daughter and 2-month old son. She currently works as a virtual lifestyle, mindset, and success coach and her mission is to provide women with the tools, resources and community to reach their goals, empower themselves, find their happiness and live a life by design. The original post is located here: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/habit-stacking-routines/ Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group and Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts! Learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Swedish, and more! Go to Babbel.com and use the of...
130. Parenting uncalmed - with Kirstie Seaborne
Embodied parenting expert Kirstie joins the show. We discuss embodiment vs dancer bodies, trauma and resilience, why we need to include the body when being with children, attachment and attachment issues, parent's emotional needs, care and compassion fatigue, conditions of transformation, learning about and training nervous systems, principles of embodied learning, trust, safety and authenticity. Kirstie finishes with her top tips for parents. http://kirstieseaborne.com http://embodiedparents.com
Maria Kronfeldner, "What's Left of Human Nature? A Post-Essentialist, Pluralist, and Interactive Account of a Contested Concept" (MIT Press, 2018)
Much of the debate about the roles of nature vs. nurture in the development of individual people has settled into accepting that it's a bit of both, although what each contributes to a given trait or feature, how much, and they interact are still matters of dispute. In What's Left of Human Nature? A Post-Essentialist, Pluralist, and Interactive Account of a Contested Concept(MIT Press, 2018), Maria Kronfeldner critically examines instead the 'nature' side of this dichotomy: what exactly is a human "nature"? Is it some kind of fixed human essence, a statistical norm, a normative ideal of how a human being ought to be? Kronfeldner, who is an associate professor of philosophy at Central European University in Budapest, argues against an essentialist view of nature, and replaces it with three concepts – descriptive, classificatory, and explanatory natures – that can do the various jobs that we want a "nature" concept to do without contributing to dehumanization, as the essentialist co...
Jungian analyst Dr. Susan Schwartz on The Parallax Between Daughters & Fathers, Puella's Shadow, and How to Love a Narcissist
Dustin DiPerna on Integral Theory, Meditation, and Fatherhood
I've always been mystified by the concept of transpersonal psychology and Ken Wilber's Integral Theory. Dustin DiPerna, Harvard-trained scholar of world religions, meditation teacher, and author of several books, including Streams of Wisdom, Evolution's Ally, and Earth is Eden, took this one on for me. Dustin and I spoke about a host of topics, including his brief foray into the fashion industry as a young man, which led to his attempt to become a monk, which then lead to his years of study with philosopher and creator of Integral Theory, Ken Wilber, and a prosperous career as a heart-centered intellectual. Dustin led us through a short and beautiful meditation to close the conversation.
Faisal Imami sits down with Sophia Gallardo to discuss their ideas and perspectives on the topic of perseverance. Sophia is a San Diego native that embarked on a journey to Philadelphia where she received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Law and Sociology. After returning from the East Coast, she is now on the path to becoming a lawyer and is a current law student at California Western School of Law. Together, they share stories about personal challenges in which they had to persevere.
132. Integral shadow bodywork - with Silas Hörler
Bodyworker Silas Hörler on what bodywork is and the many types of it. We talk “Energy”, bioenergetics, emotions and values, the purpose of anger, Alexander Lowen, who’s good in the field, shadow work, body reading and online bodywork. Kinda a casual but very useful one. https://www.integrales-leben.org/ http://youtube.com/integralekorperarbeit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4IDxq0UPlIsZdKImOSy_3A
Jonathan Rauch on The Happiness Curve
Jonathan Rauch is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, the author of 6 books (and many, many articles) and is a contributing editor of The Atlantic. His latest book isThe Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50. See what you think about the trends of happiness in your life compared to the tendency he describes in his book and this interview. It may be that the emotional peak of life is different than when you’d expect. Need help with completing your goals in 2019?The One You Feed Transformation Program can help you accomplish your goals this year. But wait – there’s more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed.Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month.It’s that simple and we’ll give you good stuff as a thank you! In This Interview, Jonathan Rauch and I Discuss…His book,The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50Connection to othersGen...
Our hearts can break over the death of a dearly loved other, including a pet…and our hearts can break over the death of a relationship and the death of our hopes and dreams, and our innocence, idealizations, and the psychic needs we believe another can fulfill. Heartbreak is mythological and fairy tale theme, which illustrates its central place in the human psyche, and in them we find clues to how one heals from this devastating experience.
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