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PSYCHē | Telehealth Therapy Provider

PSYCHe Squad

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PSYCHē | Telehealth Therapy Provider

PSYCHē | Telehealth Therapy Provider

PSYCHe Squad

37
Followers
150
Plays
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Let's face it, most therapists won't say what they really think. We are a group of Psychologists and Licensed Counselors who have real lives and real opinions. We promise not to use cringy "woo-woo" catch-phrases or whispery soft voices when we talk about difficult topics like self-harm, suicide, parenting out-of-control teens, and more. We combine irreverent humor with information and believe in getting right to the point.

Latest Episodes

Helping Suicidal Healthcare Workers

-1 s3 w ago
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Helping Suicidal Healthcare Workers

Pandemic Parenting

-1 sAPR 24
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Pandemic Parenting

DBT Pandemic Skills: Cope Ahead

-1 sAPR 20
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DBT Pandemic Skills: Cope Ahead

How Therapists Cope in Quarantine

Dr. Vaughn and Sarah share how they cope during quarantine.

-1 sAPR 10
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How Therapists Cope in Quarantine

What Testing Can't Tell You

Psychological testing is a wonderful tool but it isn’t without flaws. Yes, just about anything can be addressed using psychological testing, but it doesn’t mean everything SHOULD be. Psychological testing isn’t a tarot card reading or a medical lab test. It doesn’t always provide the clear-cut answers people expect.

-1 sFEB 12
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What Testing Can't Tell You

What is a Neuropsychologist?

Dr. Katie Spirko and Dr. Stephanie Vaughn discuss the differences between a Neuropsychologist and a Psychologist.

-1 sFEB 3
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What is a Neuropsychologist?

6 Levels of Validation

To reiterate, validation is a skill that can be used for a variety of reasons—to deescalate emotions, to improve relationships, to increase trust and confidence, and to be the spoonful of sugar that helps the medicine of change go down. According to Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), there are 6 levels of validation. The higher the level, the deeper the validation. That being said, it’s important to validate from all 6 levels or you just come off as weird. Here’s an explanation and example of each:

-1 sJAN 27
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6 Levels of Validation

Reconciliation is NOT For Chumps

Reconciliation is not for the faint of heart. This podcast validates the difficulty in forgiving and offers advice to those who wish to do so.

-1 sJAN 13
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Reconciliation is NOT For Chumps

Why the Hell Would I Validate?

There are multiple reasons to validate. Yeah, one reason is to make to the other person feel better, but there are several other options as to why you might want to do it even when you don’t feel like it. Here are a few that might help you stomach the idea a little easier :

-1 s2019 DEC 29
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Why the Hell Would I Validate?

When It's Difficult to Validate

Validation is a skill. I don’t care what that one angry lady from Vermont said at my DBT presentation a few years ago, validation is NOT “a way of life.” It is a skill we can use or not. Quick review on what validation is: Validation is a communication strategy that involves a stubborn refusal to communicate with another person in a way that leads to them feeling crazy, fragile, stupid, wrong, or bad.

-1 s2019 DEC 19
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When It's Difficult to Validate

Latest Episodes

Helping Suicidal Healthcare Workers

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Helping Suicidal Healthcare Workers

Pandemic Parenting

-1 sAPR 24
Comments
Pandemic Parenting

DBT Pandemic Skills: Cope Ahead

-1 sAPR 20
Comments
DBT Pandemic Skills: Cope Ahead

How Therapists Cope in Quarantine

Dr. Vaughn and Sarah share how they cope during quarantine.

-1 sAPR 10
Comments
How Therapists Cope in Quarantine

What Testing Can't Tell You

Psychological testing is a wonderful tool but it isn’t without flaws. Yes, just about anything can be addressed using psychological testing, but it doesn’t mean everything SHOULD be. Psychological testing isn’t a tarot card reading or a medical lab test. It doesn’t always provide the clear-cut answers people expect.

-1 sFEB 12
Comments
What Testing Can't Tell You

What is a Neuropsychologist?

Dr. Katie Spirko and Dr. Stephanie Vaughn discuss the differences between a Neuropsychologist and a Psychologist.

-1 sFEB 3
Comments
What is a Neuropsychologist?

6 Levels of Validation

To reiterate, validation is a skill that can be used for a variety of reasons—to deescalate emotions, to improve relationships, to increase trust and confidence, and to be the spoonful of sugar that helps the medicine of change go down. According to Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), there are 6 levels of validation. The higher the level, the deeper the validation. That being said, it’s important to validate from all 6 levels or you just come off as weird. Here’s an explanation and example of each:

-1 sJAN 27
Comments
6 Levels of Validation

Reconciliation is NOT For Chumps

Reconciliation is not for the faint of heart. This podcast validates the difficulty in forgiving and offers advice to those who wish to do so.

-1 sJAN 13
Comments
Reconciliation is NOT For Chumps

Why the Hell Would I Validate?

There are multiple reasons to validate. Yeah, one reason is to make to the other person feel better, but there are several other options as to why you might want to do it even when you don’t feel like it. Here are a few that might help you stomach the idea a little easier :

-1 s2019 DEC 29
Comments
Why the Hell Would I Validate?

When It's Difficult to Validate

Validation is a skill. I don’t care what that one angry lady from Vermont said at my DBT presentation a few years ago, validation is NOT “a way of life.” It is a skill we can use or not. Quick review on what validation is: Validation is a communication strategy that involves a stubborn refusal to communicate with another person in a way that leads to them feeling crazy, fragile, stupid, wrong, or bad.

-1 s2019 DEC 19
Comments
When It's Difficult to Validate
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