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Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Dr. Nicholas Westers, a clinical psychologist at Children's Health and Associate Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, collaborates with the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) to interview the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members ...
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Join me as we have difficult and often times uncomfortable conversations about autism. We are going places that many don’t ever go. These are important conversations to be had. Parents and caregivers shouldn’t feel isolated at home with no support. It’s my greatest hope to also help provide tools to find light in this difficult journey. Together we can do it.
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Everyone has a story to share. An idea-generator, Dr. Judy Oskam explores how people deal with change and embrace creativity. Judy is a Professor and Director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University. https://linktr.ee/judyoskam
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Light Up The Couch

Clearly Clinical

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Affordable, relevant, and diverse Continuing Ed for mental health professionals… one year of unlimited CE courses for just one low price! Clearly Clinical is an approved provider with the APA, NBCC, ASWB, NAADAC, NYS, CAMFT, & CCAPP; we feature clinicians from historically-marginalized populations, and donate to the Trevor Project. Our innovative CE presentations and interviews feature national experts and cover topics that help today’s passionate providers learn, grow, and shine. Visit us a ...
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Suzanne Maiden

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Zanny, aka Suzanne Maiden, M.A., Family Therapist, certified grief counselor, and co-host of TheDivaCast Internet talk show, recently merged her professional experience with broadcasting to produce Dear Zanny, a one-of-a-kind virtual cozy couch where listener’s plop down their most confidential concerns. The online audio advice column offers a compassionate ear, a sympathetic shoulder, and sound suggestions to the world’s most universal relationship dilemmas. Do you need to set firm boundari ...
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Tiawan "Ty" Pinkney

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TP Elevates! is a podcast hosted by mental health advocate and former athlete, Tiawan "Ty" Pinkney. The podcast is geared toward mindset, mental health, and mental illness suffered by athletes and others. Tiawan "Ty" Pinkney uses his own experiences to help others understand and cope with their mental health challenges. He also interviews experts in the field of mental health to provide listeners with additional resources and support. TP Elevates! is a passionate advocate for mental health a ...
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Dr. Sue Johnson explains how Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy evokes, contains, and uses emotion in specific empirically-supported ways to help individual clients grow and thrive. Interview with Elizabeth 'Beth' Irias. Disclaimer: Please note that this episode discusses self-harming behaviors, suicide, abuse, and other traumatic experiences, …
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Honey Rinicella is the Executive Director of the Medical Academy of Pediatrics and Special needs (MAPS), and proud parent of 23 year old twins with autism. Prior to her onboarding with MAPS, Honey spent nearly two decades working leadership roles for Non-Profits, supporting families and parents in the Autism/Special needs community. She has seen th…
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Challenge and change are a part of life. And it's often difficult to find the strength to carry on and keep moving forward. In this episode, Linda Fogg-Phillips shares her personal story of resilience and determination. She faced the triple blow of a family business collapse during the 2008 financial crisis, the heart-wrenching loss of her son Garr…
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Dr. Keith Klostermann, LMFT, MHC, provides a meaningful overview of the prevalence of intimate partner violence within couples and families and describes strategies for handling these situations based on the severity of violence, including discussion about legal and ethical considerations. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT. Earn CE credit for li…
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In this episode, Dr. Jonas Bjärehed from Lund University in Sweden walks us through his research on nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) that he began in 2007 as part of his dissertation project. For example, he shares high prevalence rates of NSSI in Sweden (~40%) and discusses gender differences of NSSI among adolescents in 2007 compared to 2023. He al…
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Ariel Landrum, LMFT, shares helpful and effective strategies for structuring group sessions, fostering member engagement, and managing group dynamics, with included discussion about legal and ethical concerns. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.Earn CE credit for listening to this episode by joining our low-cost membership for unlimited podcast C…
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Ok - now you know your strengths and natural talents. You understand the proven formula for creating habit recipes. You also know why it's important to practice compassion for others and yourself. What's next? It's time to take action. In part 5 of this short audio series, I focus on how you can 'take action' to chart your own path and create your …
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Joanne Kim, LMFT, discusses how the emotional experience of marginalized populations differs drastically from those who have more emotional privilege to experience and express their emotions without fear of negative consequences, including discussion about socio-cultural-economic contexts and helpful clinical interventions. Interview with Elizabeth…
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Dr. Bruce Patterson discusses the essentials about Long COVID and other post-infectious inflammatory conditions like chronic Lyme, PANS/PANDAS, and others, directions in research and treatment, and important signs to look out for in clinical practice. Disclaimer: This interview with a medical doctor is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or preve…
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In this episode, Dr. Amy Lucas from Speek Health in the United Kingdom talks about supporting siblings of those who engage in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). How can parents and caregivers of those who self-injure determine if they should share that information with siblings? What should parents do or say if they learn that the one self-injuring ha…
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Specialized dietician nutritionist Amy Isabella Chalker explains Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and it's relationship to Eating Disorders, including signs and symptoms and steps in diagnosis and treatment. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.Earn CE credit for listening to this episode by joining our low-cost membership for unlimited podcast CE cre…
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In this episode, Jordan and I talk about :-The new Inner Circle App-Can hormones play a roll if you are struggling to lose weight-Can you lose weight with hypothyroidism?-How much of a roll do genetics play?-What is one thing we each want to try but haven't tried yet?-And more!If you want to join us in the Inner Circle, you can join here: sfinnerci…
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Sexologist Dr. Martha Tara Lee explains the causes, symptoms, and impact of vaginismus, as well as evidence-based mental health treatment approaches. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT. DISCLAIMER: Please note that this episode discusses human sexuality, sexual behavior, and human genitalia, including descriptions about non-consensual sex. Earn C…
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In part 4 of this short audio series, the focus is on COMPASSION. Here's my 4-step Leadership Playbook: 1. Discover your strengths 2. Understand the science of change 3. Practice compassion and 4. Take action. Throughout my career, I've earned how important it is for leaders to practice compassion and self-compassion. It makes a difference in the w…
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Dr. Jaimee Arnoff explains to effectively manage a disclosure of suicidal ideation or urges to self-harm, as well as how to assess risk immediately and in subsequent sessions. Safety plans are discussed, as well as adjusting interventions for minor clients. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.Disclaimer: Please note that this episode discusses dea…
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Featuring Dr. Karen Gail Lewis, an expert on sibling and family therapy, this episode teaches four concepts related to sibling work and offers a framework for integrating siblings in individual and couple therapy in order to deepen psychotherapeutic work and growth. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT. Earn CE credit for listening to this episode …
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In 2013, the 5th edition of the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) was released, and for the first time it included Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Disorder as a Condition for Further Study. It is not an actual diagnosis at this time, but there are currently six criteria listed (see below, bottom of page). In this episode, Dr. Greg…
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Gabrielle Juliano-Villani, LCSW, discusses the transitions in family dynamics associated with the aging of an older adult family member, and the types of conflict potentially faced during this period. The impact of chronic health conditions is discussed, as well as the challenges associated with assuming a caregiving role for an older loved one. In…
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Terri Waibel, LCSW, provides information about theory and interventions for those in grief and bereavement, particularly around supporting the traumatically bereaved. Current debate in the field surrounding diagnosis for grievers is explored, as well as discussing about clinical presentation. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT. Earn CE credit for…
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In part 3 of this short audio series, the focus is on the science of change. Here's my 4-step leadership playbook: 1. Discover your strengths 2. Understand the science of change 3. Practice compassion and 4. Take action. Watch this short video by Dr. BJ Fogg. Topics: Fogg Behavior Design Fogg Behavior Model B=MAP Tiny Habit Recipe (A-B-C) Emotions …
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In part 2 of this short audio series, the focus is on discovering and understanding your strengths and natural talents. Here's my 4-step leadership playbook: 1. Discover your strengths 2. Understand the science of change 3. Practice compassion and 4. Take action. Topics: Gallup CiftonStrengths Assessment Donald Clifton The 4 Domains - Executing, In…
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I'm excited to share this 5-part series, Create your Leadership Playbook. Whether you're a seasoned leader looking to refine your approach or someone just stepping into your career, this short audio series is designed to empower you with actionable insights and strategies. Let me guide you through the process and help you generate some ideas for yo…
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#decisions #businessinsight #circleofinfluence #successstories #2023recap #2024Goals #TPElevates #podcastersofinstagram #changeyourstory #elevateyourlife 2023 has closed out. Now, we can delve into the crucial art of reflecting on our past decision-making processes. What impact has your choices had on your life? Did your choices consistently lead t…
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What exactly constitutes nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI)? Dr. Brooke Ammerman from the University of Notre Dame and Dr. Greg Lengel from Drake University discuss the complexities of defining NSSI. They also describe the difference between deliberate self-harm and NSSI and share their research about what many clinicians, researchers, and people with …
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Dr. Daryl Chow shares powerful insights for creating successful therapy termination from the onset of therapy, including discussion about various termination reasons, the research about termination (including why some clients drop out prematurely), and how to manage the transition more effectively. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.…
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Nothing can change your life like an injury. It’s challenging - both mentally and physically. I’ve experienced this firsthand. I fell and broke my ankle at the end of August and realized I had a lot to learn about recovery. It became a creative challenge for me - so I reached out to an expert. On this episode I’m excited to share my conversation wi…
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Do you ever find yourself feeling stuck in your career? Longing for purpose in your work and life? You're not alone. In this episode, we delve into the transformative power of playing to your strengths. On this episode our guest is CHARLOTTE BLAIR, a seasoned Gallup certified strengths coach and the author of "Career Unstuck: How to Play to Your St…
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The term "self-harm" is an umbrella term, encompassing a broad range of behaviors, under which is included substance abuse and misuse, eating disorders, suicide, and nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). In this episode, Dr. Brianna Turner from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada discusses how often self-damaging behaviors, including r…
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In this episode, I shoot the breeze with my Inner Circle Partner in Crime, Jordan Syatt and we are answering your questions from Instagram including:What is Progressive OverloadHow to get back to training after being injuredHow to control boredom eating while working from homeTips for Peri Menopause women struggling to lose weightAnd more, includin…
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Hi, I’m TJ, or Tiffany, creator of the social media platforms, Nigh Functioning Autism. I am a single mother of three neurodivergent teens. I live and work in and around Maryland and Virginia, in the Washington DC area. I am Autistic, diagnosed in my late teens. However, I was diagnosed with other conditions when I was in elementary school, like ce…
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In this episode, Allison details her experience of engaging in nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) beginning in 9th grade and into her 20's. She explains the complex relationship she and many others have with their self-harm scars and discusses how her husband has supported her when she has self-injured. She also shares about how she makes sense of her …
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Robin Abbott, OTR/L, breaks down possible contributors for sensory processing difference and attentional difficulties from a developmental perspective, including potential treatment options and help discerning when to refer out. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.By Robin Abbott, MS, OTR/L
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In this episode, I speak with my good friend and Psychologist Dr. Josh Smith and we talk all about chronic pain, how it affects us both physiologically and emotionallyWe discuss:How to communicate how we are feelingWho is the "Taser Guy" standing behind us and how do we deal with him?How to make adjustments and accommodationsHow our life is like a …
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