Playlist · by Andrewmarshalldavis
20 episodes, 13 hours 0 mins
Is it too late now to say sorry?
There’s no limit to giving an apology. Also, should candice start a YouTube channel?
The One About Depression and Kickboxing with Elijah Taylor
CONTENT WARNING: Frank (but funny) discussion about depression. Macaulay Culkin is joined by Bunny Ears CCO Shawn DePasquale and Head of Merchandise Elijah Taylor for an open discussion about depression, fighting depression, and kickboxing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MPowered to Stop Self-Sabotaging Your Relationships
Thomas discusses reasons survivors self-sabotage their relationships and then coaches providing tools to overcome.
Candice and Casey discuss the right way to invade someone’s personal space, and what happens to your independence when you commit to a relationship.
Don't Touch Me
Candice and Casey discuss affection and openness and realize that they have more in common than they thought. If you want to leave feedback or ask a question, tweet at us or leave a voice message in the Anchor app: www.anchor.fm/couples-therapy
In episode 34, Naomi and Andy bring us sets from their live show at the San Francisco Sketchfest! They play their own set from the show plus sets from good friends Bryan Safi (@bryansafi) and Arden Myrin (@ArdenMyrin), and married lovers Jamie Denbo (@jamiedenbo) and John Ross Bowie (@JohnRossBowie). Also tickets for the live show in Los Angeles on April 6th at The Virgil are available on the website under 'See Us Live.' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Don't You Want Me Baby? Desire Mismatch in Couples
Join Julie Jeske and Gina Senarighi, two Portland, Oregon-based sexperts in a conversation about the most common sexual issue couples face: mismatched sexual desire. Learn why couples face different levels of desire and take home a tool to help you connect, even when it’s not easy.
Ninety Seconds To A Life You Love w/ Dr. Joan Rosenberg
Dr. Rosenberg helps people just like you build confidence, increase resilience and find emotional strength and relationship mastery. Today she is here to help you get in touch with your difficult feelings in order to accept your emotions rather than avoiding them, and in turn, gain the confidence you need to approach any situation without hesitation.
Self Esteem And Relationships w/ Razi Berry
When your partner or someone you love is going through a phase of depression, anxiety, stress or low self-esteem, it can often fall on us to feel as though we need to put together the pieces. This can lead to resentment in a relationship and can ultimately diminish the quality of life for both partners, but it doesn't have to be this way.
How We Are Loved Impacts Us For A Lifetime w/ Razi Berry
Our relationships can have a big impact on our overall health, well being, and the ability to generate love. This stems from our early experiences in childhood that affect your brain and body chemistry and leave lasting impacts. Science has shown that parental inconsistency can lead to long term mental health problems and reduced happiness in children, while children who are surrounded by love and potential are shown to stimulate healthy development into adulthood.
Trauma Hacking w/ Mastin Kipp
How do you go from couch surfing and regularly using cocaine, to becoming one of Oprah’s top thought leaders for the next generation? That is one of many questions that Mastin Kipp has the answer too, and the basis for how he has used his experiences to help people connect with who they really are. A best selling author, speaker, and trauma coach, Mastin is an inspiring light that is passionate about helping people set intentions and find their inner light.
Episode 17: Trauma - interview with Joe Dennis, CMHC
In this episode I interview Joe Dennis, clinical mental health Counselor and trauma specialist. In this episode we: Define trauma Common myths about trauma Facts about trauma & PTSD Trauma tips for anyone What can someone expect in trauma therapy (and who isn’t qualified to treat trauma ... including some therapists). Follow Joe on instagram joedennis.counsels and get on his counseling waitlist at MindfulCounselingUtah.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/therapythoughts/support
Ep. 268 – Dr. Dan Siegel
This time on the Mindrolling Podcast, Dr. Dan Siegel shares a conversation with Raghu around the exploration of consciousness and the intersection between science and awareness. Dan Siegel, MD, is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute which focuses on the development of mindsight, which teaches insight, empathy, and integration in individuals, families and communities. Learn more atdrdansiegel.com. Find show notes and links here: https://beherenownetwork.com/mindrolling-ep-268-dr-dan-siegel/
A Positive Outlook: How Your Partner's Mindset Can Affect You & Your Relationship
In this episode, Sarah May and Elle talk about positive outlooks vs negative outlooks and why mindset is an important thing to think about when it comes to your own relationships. If you like this episode, be sure to subscribe and tell a friend! Elle is offering a special 20% off discount on all Mend Classes for LILAP listeners! To redeem, use the code PLANT, when you check out at: classes.letsmend.com. Happy Mending!
Episode 11: Boundaries
Join me in traffic while we talk about boundaries! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/therapythoughts/support
Leaving the Shame Behind
A young couple has endured a series of crises early in their marriage, from a benign brain tumor to a serious car crash to the husband’s near-fatal heart attack. Following his recovery, he’s adapting to new physical limitations, while she says the children bear the brunt of his frustrations. Esther coaches them through an honest conversation on anger, parenthood and the power of apology.
Questions You Aren't Allowed to Ask
[Contains mature themes] What began as an eight-year affair between two women has stretched into a 19-year partnership. But despite their private commitment to one another, they’ve never quite managed to move beyond the shame of their origin story. Esther takes a novel approach to revealing a long-held secret.
98. A Piece of the Puzzle | Adriaan Louw
We're bringing Adriaan Louw back on this episode of Pain Reframed! He, Jeff, and Tim discuss a recent article on pain neuroscience education (PNE) and why helping patients with chronic pain takes multiple types of interventions. LINKS: Twitter - @ISPITeam Abstract -http://bit.ly/2UV9tdg Learn how to use PNE in your clinic
95: Mental Health and Self Care | Dr. Michelle Morrow
We're welcoming Michelle Morrow to Pain Reframed! A self-described type-A, perfectionist personality, Michelle's mental health struggles during residency showed her the importance of self care. She, Tim, and Jeff share how each of them incorporate self care into their daily routines, despite their busy schedules. We hope you can use some of these techniques in your own life! Michelle Morrow, DPT, is a physical therapist who believes in providing patient-centered care at all times. Michelle takes into account the patient's goals, desires, culture, and strengths to put together a plan of individualized care that best suits the patient. She believes in makingeach patient the director of their care, while she helps facilitate the patient's goals. She is very passionate about her profession andusing her talents to serve others. LINKS: International Spine and Pain Institute (ISPI) Twitter -@ISPITeam Twitter -@michellemDPT
Supercharged Wellness: Treating the Physical, Mental and Emotional (Katie Estridge, PT, MPT, PYT)
As a physical therapist and yoga therapist, Katie Estridge has always been interested in treating her patients as whole-minded individuals. Depending on a patient’s needs, her unique approach will draw from pain science, traditional rehabilitation exercise, meditation, gentle yoga flows, and more. Though her techniques have helped many to live a better life, she’s only recently discovered the missing piece in her own struggle with chronic pain: the ability to connect her lifelong grief and long-forgotten emotions with the migraines that ruled her days. Join us as she shares what she’s learned from working with the Curable app, and how she’s paying it forward to her patients.
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