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In episode #070 Chris discusses how contemporary strategies to repair therapeutic relationships suggest being open to hearing complaints from our clients, and not to be defensive in doing so. But these strategies do not take into account the power differential in the therapist client relationship. He also theorizes on what gets in the way of me ...…
 
In episode #069 Chris meets with Dr. Ron Purser and they explore his critique of the “mindfulness revolution,” discuss how neoliberalism has infiltrated mindfulness and has influenced self-professed progressives, and how to liberate mindfulness from the grip of capitalism. Ron's Website: https://www.ronpurser.com/ Mindful Cranks Podcast: http:/ ...…
 
In episode #068 Chris meets with Dr. Lorraine Hedtke and they discuss how grief is frequently thought of as an ordeal we must simply survive. In this episode Dr. Hedtke offers a fresh approach to the negotiation of death and grief, founded in principles of constructive conversation and narrative practices that focuses on "remembering" lives, in ...…
 
In episode #067 Chris meets with Dr. Sean Davis and they discuss how the common factors paradigm in couple and family therapy has gained popularity over the past several decades, a case for the designation of a “common factors informed family therapist,” and they examine the six core principles that characterize this designation. Chris Hoff PhD ...…
 
In episode #066 Chris meets with Erin Segal from Thick Press and Gray Obuchowicz and they discuss their latest release selfcarefully; which is a different kind of self-help book, an artistic collaboration between an author, a graphic designer, a printer, and a small press. selfcarefully is about caring for oneself in a rocky world, in the conte ...…
 
In episode #065 Chris meets with Dr. Sheila McNamee and they discuss her work around radical presence as an alternative to the current therapeutic state (or psy-complex) within which we live today. And how Radical presence challenges us to confront the dominance of psychological discourses which define, control, and limit the ways in which we l ...…
 
In episode #064 Chris meets with Michelle Myers and Stephanie Fletcher to discuss Undercover Anti-Bullying Teams, a targeted, non-punitive, restorative process that calls forth peer influence to transform the bullying relation in a short time-frame. Google link to Undercover Anti-Bullying Team (UABT) Resources:https://drive.google.com/drive/fol ...…
 
In episode #063 Chris meets with Kelly Waterman who is a co-facilitator and member of the Hearing Voices Network (HVN). They discuss Kelly’s insider perspective of the Hearing Voices Network and her challenges with our mental health systems and her hopes for change. Hearing Voices Network USA Gail Hornstein Western Mass Recovery Learning Commun ...…
 
In episode #062 Chris meets with therapist and writer Lori Gottlieb and they discuss Lori’s new book Maybe You Should Talk To Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed. A book that pulls back the curtain on the therapeutic process and offers an illuminating account of our own mysterious lives, and our power to transform them. ...…
 
In episode #061 Chris meets with Rebecca Ching, LMFT and they discuss the work of Brene Brown and why vulnerability is important, and how you might know when you're doing vulnerability. They also discuss the rise of self-disclosure in social media and what the effects might be on connection and community building. Potentia Therapy Chris Hoff Ph ...…
 
In episode #060 Chris asks Is being "non-judgemental" enough in counseling and therapy? In this video Chris explores the rationale for withholding judgement in therapy through Carl Rogers' ethic of prizing the client, but argues that only goes so far, and then examines Michel Foucault's work on the role of normalizing judgement in the modern wo ...…
 
In episode #059 Chris meets with Dr. Rhea Almeida and they discuss her new book Liberation Based Healing Practices, where she offers a Roadmap to Healing Amidst Colonial and Historical Injustices. Liberation Based Healing Practices Liberation Based Healing Conference Institute for Family Services Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Y ...…
 
In episode #058 Chris meets with Travis Heath and they discuss going beyond multiculturalism in theory and practice, anti-colonial practice, cultural democracy, narrative therapy, post-oppositional practice, and much more. Let's Meet Where the Buses Don't Run: Innovations in Narrative practice Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Yout ...…
 
In episode #057 Chris meets with U.K. Psychologist Dr. Lindsey Hampson and they discuss the narrative practice of consulting your consultants and how acknowledging and circulating the knowledge of children and families can become powerful processes for the child and family at the center of our work. They also discuss some of the ways this has b ...…
 
In episode #056 Chris explores how counselors and therapists think while working with their clients. In this episode Chris discusses Craig Smith's article on relational attunement and Tom Anderson's 4 ways of knowing and how an understanding of these ways of knowing can inform your work and support you in more relational ways of being in counse ...…
 
In episode #055 Chris meets with Dr. Chris Donaghue, and they discuss his new book Rebel Love: Break the Rules, Destroy Toxic Habits, and Have the Best Sex of Your Life. In this episode they discuss dating advice, sex positivity, toxic messaging around sex, ethical sex, and so much more. Rebel Love: Break the Rules, Destroy Toxic Habits, and Ha ...…
 
In episode #054 Chris meets with Mark Greene, Sr. Editor at the Good Men Project and the Founder of Remaking Manhood about his recent article, Dear APA, I Love You, But the Problem Isn’t “Traditional Masculinity,” and they also discuss his new book, The Little #metoo Book for Men. They break down the APA’s individualizing perspective, man box c ...…
 
In episode #053 Chris meets with Nicole Dickson from the Institute for Creative Conversation in South Africa and they explore how counselors and therapists have often treated client morality and spirituality as off-limits in the therapy room, and some of the possibilities and challenges of therapeutic conversations from a narrative pastoral cou ...…
 
In episode #052 Chris explores the construct of codependency, the critiques, and how professionals may be more helpful when working with those who embrace the label of "codependent," and those who do not. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http://bit.ly/2i0DmaT Website: http://www.theradicaltherapist.com/ Twitter: https://t ...…
 
In episode #051 Chris meets with Dr. Shipra Parikh from the University of Chicago to discuss adultism, anti-adultism and how clinicians can adopt an anti-adultist stance in our teaching, counseling, and families. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http://bit.ly/2i0DmaT Website: http://www.theradicaltherapist.com/ Twitter: h ...…
 
In episode #050 Chris meets with Lynne Rosen to discuss how she integrates EMDR and somatic-oriented approaches with narrative therapy, in a way that that resonates both practically and philosophically, and that supports the social construction of identities and the politics of experience. Links: lrosen@larchmontassociates.com To register for t ...…
 
In episode #049 Chris meets with Cheri Torres and Jackie Stavros to discuss their new book Conversations Worth Having, and they explore how people are using Appreciative Inquiry to ask more generative questions, leading to richer conversations that directly influence our present moment and possible futures. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear ...…
 
In episode #048 Chris meets with Carmen Cool and Hilary Kinavey to discuss the persistence of anti-fat bias and weight stigma in contemporary psychotherapy, and how diet culture and healthism creates body based oppression in people’s lives. They also discuss how clinicians can move toward a body liberation focus, and offer 10 helpful ways to sh ...…
 
In episode #047 Dr. Lauren Foster and Dr. Veronica Kuhn join Chris for a live Radical Roundtable at the American Family Therapy Conference held in Austin, TX. They share how podcasting supports teaching and learning, and offers ways to enhance students’ and clinicians’ learning experiences, and how podcasting can deepen engagement and collabora ...…
 
In episode #046 Chris meets with New York Times bestselling author and Buddhist meditation teacher Susan Piver to discuss her new book The Four Noble Truths of Love; Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Relationships. In this conversation they discuss how ancient philosophies have timeless – and unexpected - wisdom on how to love. The Four Noble Truths o ...…
 
In episode #044 Associate Marriage and Family Therapists, Bryan Doster and Dawn-Marie Luna explore the intersectionality of hip-hop, Kanye West and mental health. They tackle the topics of who is Kanye West, the stigma of mental health, the rejection of Kanye West, and a critique of his recent album ‘Ye. Check out this conversation and share yo ...…
 
In episode #044 Chris examines the 'chemical Imbalance' myth that continues to propagate in psychology/counseling programs, how therapist's and counselors might work with the metaphor in relationship to people experiencing depression or symptoms of depression, and how the chemical imbalance narrative can continue to distract us from working tow ...…
 
In episode #043 the Radical Therapist’s resident historian Dr. Lucas Richert and Chris examine the history, and interrogate the relationship, between yoga, psychedelics, South Asian and Eastern religion (as understood and practiced in the USA) and mental health. The Article: Supple Bodies, Healthy Minds: Yoga, Psychedelics and American Mental H ...…
 
In episode #042 Chris Meets with narrative researcher Dr. Jonathan Adler and they discuss narrative identity and his recent research where he found that as themes of agency in peoples’ stories increased over time, mental health increased, and that the two were related, but that increased agency actually appeared in stories before people’s menta ...…
 
In episode #041 Chris discusses attachment theory vs. resiliency. Now more than ever, the critical importance of parent–child attachment is being emphasized. The fact is that there’s no strong evidence for parent–child attachment in infancy predicting anything much about children’s later development. Join Chris as he examines recent research ar ...…
 
In episode #040 Chris meets with Dr. Deena Weisberg and they discuss her research that found that explanations with logically irrelevant neuroscience information were more satisfying than explanations without, and that neuroscience information had a particularly striking effect on nonexperts’ judgments of bad explanations. They also discuss how ...…
 
In episode #039 Chris meets with Dr. Sarah Kahn and they discuss her work around narrative therapy supervision as a social justice practice, and her framework for narrative supervision that explores how specific social justice ideas can be applied during the supervision process with mental health professionals. Sarah's Article Narrative Initiat ...…
 
In episode #038 The Radical Roundtable, Dr. Lauren Foster, Dr. Bryson Greaves, and Dr. Veronica Kuhn reconvene with Chris and they discuss the process of looking for private practice internships, where to turn to for support, imposter syndrome, and self-care, whatever that is.. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http://bit. ...…
 
In episode #037 Chris introduces a new format where he will occasionally tackle a particular subject or idea from his own perspective. In this episode Chris takes on Patriarchy, several ways it effects men and their relationships, and how to limit its influence and damaging effects. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http:/ ...…
 
In episode #036 Chris meets with Justin Huft and they discuss his work around insurrection in therapy and how this work, described as feminist experiential therapy, is informed by feminist thought, liberation psychology, and critical pedagogy, and how these ideas might look in practice. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: ht ...…
 
In episode #034 Chris meets with Scott Miller, PhD and they discuss his recent article titled How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick: The Art of Healing in the Age of Science, and the provocative claim that psychotherapists are, and have always been, practicing magick. How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick:The Art of Healing in an Age of Science Scott M ...…
 
In episode #034 Chris meets with one of the world’s leading journalists and thinkers on addiction Maia Szalavitz and they discuss Szalavitzs’ groundbreaking new ways of addressing drugs and addiction, and how to transform addiction treatment, prevention, and policy. Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction Chris Hoff P ...…
 
In episode #033 Chris meets with writer, performer, therapist, lollipop lover, and wicked witch Kai Cheng Thom and they discuss how sometimes activist cultures can be unnecessarily exclusive, inaccessible, and elitist, and also discuss ways to make activism more accessible to everyone. Kai Cheng's WebsiteArsenal Pulp PressMetonymy Press We want ...…
 
In episode #032 Chris meets with Ronald Epstein, M.D. and they discuss his new book Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness, And Humanity and have a conversation about how to do attention, curiosity, presence, and how by looking inward, healthcare practitioners can grow their capacity to provide high-quality care. http://www.ronaldepstein.com/ Attendi ...…
 
In episode #031 Chris meets with Masha Tiunova and Marat Khachatryan of Communa in Moscow. They discuss the history of narrative practice in Russia, how they both came into narrative practice, and how Communa takes these ideas into organizational work. Communa Facebook Page Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! YouTube: https://www.you ...…
 
In episode #030 Chris meets with Los Angeles based therapist Ali Borden and they have a wide-ranging conversation around doing postmodern therapy in treatment centers, addiction, anorexia, and doing self-care and sustainability as therapists. Ali Borden's Website: http://www.aliborden.com/ Narrative Camp Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear fro ...…
 
In episode #029 Chris meets with climate science and sustainable business communicator Tom Bowman. They discuss how Earth’s climate is changing and why humans are seemingly unwilling and unable to deal with this issue that gets more challenging every day. They also discuss how to reclaim the climate change narrative, and explore possible soluti ...…
 
In episode #028 Chris brings back the Therapist Roundtable featuring Dr. Veronica Kuhn, Lauren Foster, PhD(c), and Bryson Greaves, PhD(c). In this episode they discuss supervision in the time of Trump, self-disclosure in therapy, finding a practicum site, and first session strategies. Visit the new Radical Therapist YouTube site HERE Chris Hoff ...…
 
In episode #027 Chris meets with Dr. Justine D’Arrigo-Patrick and they discuss how relational therapists navigate Postmodern and Critical Theories in clinical practice, specifically focusing on how therapists negotiate engaging in therapeutic activism in relation to issues of social justice while simultaneously embracing a postmodern therapeuti ...…
 
In episode #026 Chris meets with Dr. Katherine Runswick-Coleand they discuss her work around the thing called autism and the newimportant book titled Re-Thinking Autism: Diagnosis, Identity and Equality,which challenges existing approaches to autism that limit, and sometimesdamage, the individuals who attract and receive the label. Re-Thinking ...…
 
In episode #025 Chris meets with the Vancouver BC basedProchoices Clinic team and founder Hilda Nanning to discuss their clinic’snarrative therapy, feminist, social-profit model, the challenges they face, andhow their collective practice opportunity transforms the counselors that workthere. Prochoices Website Chris Hoff PhD(c), LMFT Wewant to h ...…
 
In support of prostate cancerawareness month (Sept) episode #024 has Chris is in conversation with Dr. Crystal Clarkedirect from Trinidad & Tobago. They cover Prostate Cancer Awareness (herresearch area), Chris’ recent prostate cancer scare, and Girls With Roots, theCaribbean non-profit organisation geared toward empowering and mobilizingCaribb ...…
 
What do Karl Marx, Lev Vygotsky, andLudwig Wittgenstein all have in common? They are the philosophical influencesbehind Social Therapy. In episode #023 Chris meets withChristine LaCerva from the East Side Institute and they discuss the history andpractice of Social Therapy. East Side Institute The Social Therapy GroupChris Hoff PhD(c), LMFT Wew ...…
 
In episode #022 Chris meets with historian Dr. Lucas Richertto discuss the history of The Radical Caucus of the American PsychiatricAssociation, the Radical Therapist Journal, and how these self identified “radicals”and their important journal challenged other members of the APA to embrace thetransformative zeitgeist of the 1960s, as well as co ...…
 
In episode #021 Chris meets with artist, writer, and teacherOri Alon to discuss his participatory art project EmpoweringClerks Network (Center for Supportive Bureaucracy) that has offered PlayfulPaperwork since 2006. The Empowering ClerksNetwork is an international organization providing Playful Paperwork servicesto diverse populations and offe ...…
 
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