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Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

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Learn to use the sciences of the mind to help you understand what makes you emotionally tick. Two Austin therapists and their world-recognized guest experts break down the research in modern attachment, relational neuroscience and trauma in a challenging but entertaining format to keep you off autopilot and moving towards closer connections. www.therapistuncensored.com
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A podcast about self-care by a host that hates the term self-care. Therapist KC Davis, author of the book How to Keep House While Drowning talks about mental health, care tasks, and more.
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Unlock the secrets to improving your mental health and living your best life with the "Mentally Stronger" podcast. Hosted by Webby award-winning psychotherapist Amy Morin, an international best-selling author, this show offers invaluable tools, tips, and strategies designed to make you mentally stronger. When you boost your mental strength, you'll conquer self-doubt, manage your emotions effectively, and gain confidence in achieving your goals. Tune in every Monday to hear Amy interview top ...
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Bold Unedited Discussions on Psychology, Philosophy, Therapy, and Change. Entertaining and informative talks explore psychology and philosophy with a variety of guests including authors, doctors, healers, professors, therapists, scientists and more. We delve into everything from modern therapeutic techniques to ancient wisdom practices, offering practical and unique approaches to living a vibrant life. Host Paul Krauss, MA LPC, draws on his unique background – from a rural motel childhood to ...
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Rebel Therapist

Annie Schuessler

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Rebel Therapist is the podcast where you'll get support in being a therapist entrepreneur. I'm Annie Schuessler, therapist and business coach and strategist for therapists. I'll support you in taking your work beyond the therapy room to make an even bigger impact. I interview Rebel Therapists who are already doing work beyond the therapy room, from running workshops to writing books to creating online courses. You'll hear about how they created their unique businesses, the mindset work they' ...
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The purpose of CelesteTheTherapist is to help shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste will interview guests from different backgrounds who empower people in different capacities.
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Join Vanessa Preston, an experienced therapist and mental health social worker in Australia, as she and her guests get curious about topics of mental health, self-compassion, therapy, body image and just some random stuff! Lets get curious together my friends!
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Internationally acclaimed dream analyst and author of Bird of Paradise (Taming the Unconscious to Bring Your Dreams to Fruition), Jane Teresa Anderson, interprets her guests’ dreams and shares dream interpretation tips and insights. A new episode is published every four weeks.
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The Trauma Therapist

Guy Crawford Macpherson

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The Trauma Therapist | Podcast is a podcast about the human spirit. Join Guy Macpherson, PhD at thetraumatherapistproject.com as he interviews thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, mindfulness, addiction and yoga and we learn about the journeys of these passionate mental health therapists who dedicate their lives to helping those who've been impacted by trauma. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-trauma-therapist--5739761/support.
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Welcome to Ask Kati Anything, the podcast where your mental health questions find real answers. Kati Morton, LMFT, brings 12+ years of experience as a licensed therapist, published author and trusted voice in the mental health community. Exploring topics like anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem, trauma, and more. Join in for inspiration, motivation, and empowerment on the journey to better mental health. PUBLISHED BOOKS Traumatized https://geni.us/Bfak0j Are u ok? https://geni.us/sva4iU ...
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This is not self-help! Andrew Archer, LICSW is a psychotherapist and father of three young children. The Subversive Therapist disrupts the Western notion of self within the cultural myth of hyper-individualism, while exploring personality development, Zen Buddhism, Transactional Analysis, and our relationship to the virtual world. Each episode contains psychological constructs to comprehend who we are and more importantly, who we are becoming in an impotent age of automation, hyper-stimulati ...
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My Therapist Is Out!

Open Space Therapy Collective

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Welcome to My Therapist is Out! An Open Space Therapy Collective Podcast. We are your hub for queer and trans mental healthcare. Each episode our founder, Renae Johnson, LPCC, ATR-BC, CCTP (they/them), will speak with one of our therapists or LGBTQ+ community members about mental health and building community. To book a free consult call with one of our therapists visit: openspacetherapycollective.com/book-appointment
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Join Vogue Williams & Joanne McNally for a weekly chat with 100% honesty guaranteed. "My Therapist Ghosted Me" is the result of Joanne's therapist doing just that! Ignoring her calls, refusing to answer the door at the clinic, or speak to her after she'd tracked him down at Enfield crematorium as he scattered his Aunt's ashes. Despite it all, it’s often said that friends give the best therapy so Vogue & Joanne have teamed up to do exactly that (alongside a generous helping of laughter as tha ...
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This podcast is for prelicensed and newly licensed mental health professionals who have so many questions about starting their therapy career. As you submit your questions, I will do my best to find the right people to answer them. I want you to have a tailor-made experience through this podcast and through the website. My hope is that every episode and every answer will get you motivated for action and doing what you love!
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Curious what it would be like to walk in someone else’s (work) shoes? Join New York Times bestselling author Dan Heath as he explores the world of work, one profession at a time, and interviews people who love what they do. What does a couples therapist think when a friend asks for relationship advice? What happens if a welder fails to wear safety glasses? What can get a stadium beer vendor fired? If you’ve ever met someone whose work you were curious about, and you had 100 nosy questions bu ...
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The Modern Therapist’s Survival Guide: Where Therapists Live, Breathe, and Practice as Human Beings It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings who can now present ourselves as whole people, with authenticity, purpose, and connection. Especially now, when clinicians must develop a personal brand to market their private practices, and are connecting over social media, engaging in social activism, pushing back against mental health stigma, and facing ...
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Welcome to Therapists Corner, where we explore the world of therapy, mental health, and the inner workings of the mind. Join me, Sarah, a Therapist with over 20 years of experience who delivers a range of therapy and runs a successful private practice; Sarah opens the door to the therapy room. Whether you're a therapist, curious about therapy, or simply interested in understanding the complexities of the mind, this podcast is for you. Get ready for conversations with experts in the field, in ...
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Every Monday morning step into the office of iconic psychotherapist Esther Perel and listen in as real people in search of insight bare the raw, intimate, and profound details of their stories. From breakups and open relationships to workplace conflicts and fractures in the family, it’s a place to hear our own stories reflected in the lives of others. So…where should we begin? Part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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I’m Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone. And I’m Guy Winch, author of Emotional First Aid. We’re both advice columnists, TED speakers, and of course therapists in clinical practice who want to bring the lessons of the therapy room outside the therapy room… to all of you. Each week on DEAR THERAPISTS, we invite you to be a fly-on-the-wall in these personal, raw, transformative sessions with everyday people and then hear what happens when we give concrete, actionable advi ...
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You Must Be Some Kind of Therapist is a podcast for seekers, dreamers, and questioners that intimately explores the human experience. Your host, Stephanie Winn, distills years of wisdom gained from her practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She invites guests from a broad variety of disciplines and many walks of life, including researchers, writers, artists, healers, advocates, inventive outliers, and creative geniuses. Together, they investigate, illuminate, and inspire trans ...
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What happens in Vegas is not staying in Vegas! I am here to share with knowledge about relationships, addiction, parenting, depression, anxiety, self esteem, and life, based on my experience as a therapist for the past 20 years in Las Vegas. I will also be having guests come on to talk about real life issues and their healing and recovery!
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Welcome to Through a Therapist’s Eyes, where we invite you to see the world through the lens of a trained mental health and substance abuse therapist. Our goal is to foster emotional growth through feedback and discussion. We believe that emotional awareness is a powerful tool; one which should be continuously sharpened in order to operate at its full potential. We welcome you to come alongside us for the journey…
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Lisa is a recognized expert in the strengths-based, depathologized treatment of trauma and has been in private practice for 34 years. She presents workshops and keynote addresses nationally and internationally, and is a clinical consultant to practitioners and mental health agencies in the United States, Canada, and UK and Ireland. Lisa has been an…
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We’d love to hear from you! Send us a text. Why do people lie? Who's the biggest liar on the show? What do Steve Rannazzisi and Brian Williams have in common? Virginia tells stories about comedians, and a real-life Muriel's Wedding. References: Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are: Seth Steph…
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Jeremy is joined this week by the incredibly insightful Dani Falesnik. Jeremy and Dani discuss the importance of understanding neurodivergence in educational and therapeutic settings, emphasizing that traditional systems often fail to accommodate these differences. They highlight the need for more individualized approaches that consider each person…
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The Media game version of Gender Identity presents itself as a dialogic process. The interview–which is actually a debate–starts with the question, “What is a woman?” or “How many genders are there?” This game has similar dynamics as Climate Change because both are derivatives of the Ain’t It Awful (AIA) game: “Ain’t It Awful the oceans are acidify…
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This week host Renae Johnson (they/them) and Guest Dr. Kindra Woo (they/them) explore why having a LGBTQ+ informed Chiropractor can improve your treatment outcomes. In this episode we answer: What is person centered care in Chiropractic treatment? Why would a queer and/or trans person have different chiropractic needs? Chiropractic care has a bad r…
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"The more people that know, the better," Leanne told Renée after she narrated her devastating experiences as a patient in the Troubled Teen Industry, a network of therapeutic boarding schools and treatment centers that she first entered at 12 years old. This is the first time Leanne is telling her entire story; she only recently began telling it at…
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Today, John and Vanessa discuss five signs you may be settling in your relationship. They also touch on the importance of personal growth, the impact of friends and family on relationships, overcompensating in other areas of life, subtle resentment, rationalizing mediocrity, and more. Click HERE to sign up for their next retreat August 9th-11th! Re…
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This week, Vogue is finally taking Joanne's advice about Bepanthan and there are some belting stories from the emails. If you’d like to get in touch, you can send an email to hello@MTGMpod.com Please review Global's Privacy Policy: https://global.com/legal/privacy-policy/ For merch, tour dates and more visit: www.mytherapistghostedme.com For more i…
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Send us a Text Message. Are you searching for your rightful place in life? Emmett Fox's writings illuminate the journey, emphasizing that discontent can be a powerful motivator. Discover how feelings of dissatisfaction push you toward finding your true path and purpose. Tune in to explore how embracing discontent can lead to personal growth and ful…
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In Episode 279, we delve into sensory defensiveness, a condition where individuals experience extreme sensitivity to stimuli like touch, sound, light, and movement, often linked to sensory processing disorder, autism, ADHD, and anxiety. We explore its causes, ranging from neurological and genetic factors to early childhood experiences, and its impa…
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Episode Summary: In this episode, Celeste, a therapist from Boston, streams live on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter to address a crucial topic: Setting Boundaries and Saying No. Celeste begins by welcoming new listeners and briefly recaps last week's discussion on anticipatory anxiety, explaining how it can create internal fear and stress…
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I help therapists and healers who have private practices to add a second part to their business models. I show you how to create a niched and outcome based program that you can offer to people all over the world. Learn more and get on the waitlist at https://rebeltherapist.me/create. I would love to see your name on that list. You’ll get informed a…
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“Being Asian American means living in two worlds, and finding your place in both.” — Unknown Dr. Ann Kelley and Hyeseung Song, a first-generation Korean American discuss Hyeseung’s experiences growing up as an Asian minority in America, touching on topics like racial stereotypes, assimilation, and the model minority myth. Hyeseung shares her journe…
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Hey, Fellow Travelers. This week, we explore what happens when a DNA test reveals a shocking surprise. Kristine was adopted and had always hoped to find her biological parents—and in her early twenties, she did. But there was a secret that she—and her biological father—didn't know about. We help her to navigate the fallout as she re-examines her de…
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Marcy Nirschel, Autism & Developmental Specialist, holds an Advanced Certification in DIR Floortime. Ms. Nirschel holds a BS and Masters in Special Education. DIR Floortime therapy was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan in the 1980’s, and follows the natural building blocks of childhood development. DIR in Floortime stands for Developmental, (follo…
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In this episode, I sit down with Tamara Pietzke, a mental health therapist best known for having blown the whistle on gender affirming care this past February in a Free Press article. What has she been up to since then? We discuss the complexities of therapists being pressured to rubber stamp gender identities and recommend medical interventions. T…
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Discernment is not the same as judgment. And, to craft our reality in ways that support our big dreams, means that we must look beyond the limits of our ego and see what’s true and what’s false. Janis talks about the power of discernment, how to use it when making any decision, and why it’s a vital tool to live an aligned life.…
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Two Years In: Is 988 Actually Helping People Facing Mental Health Crises? Curt and Katie check back with the now two-year-old program and identify what’s working and what’s not with the crisis hotline. There is data that it is 98% but there are also concerns that have been raised. We look at reports of data sharing without transparency, increases i…
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It's tempting to put off dealing with a health issue until later. But time is our best weapon against illness. Sometimes, you have to speak up more than once to get your needs addressed. No one knows this better than Samantha Harris. She was at the top of her career as the host of shows like Dancing with the Stars, E! News Now, and the Emmy Awards …
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Today I have a returning guest to the podcast and I’m talking with Cara Byrne – an integrative humanistic psychotherapist based in Ireland. She is the founder of Hike Psych – offering walking and talking therapy in nature for her clients, combining her love of nature and psychotherapy. Cara has always been fascinated by other human beings and the e…
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Our friends from Noterro are back to talk about AI! Noterro users will now be able to streamline their clinical notation using advanced AI technology. How freaking cool is that?!? They have introduced an AI powered voice-to-note tool that generates fast and most importantly, accurate clinical notes. Listen to the episode to learn about the tool, ho…
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Send us a Text Message. (Re-release from June 2022) Imagine being stuck on a lighthouse miles away from society with someone you dislike while outside there seems to be never-ending storms. Now imagine that person sitting across from you dies, leaving you isolated and paranoid. Hear the harrowing story of Smalls Lighthouse and learn what it is abou…
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WELCOME TO THE CURIOUS THERAPIST SHOW, PREVIOUSLY THE BODY AND FOOD FREEDOM PODCAST! ‌ If you’re interested in sharing your story, email me at vmpres2@gmail.com To join my email list, scroll to the bottom of this: About (podia.com) ‌ To connect with Vanessa: Find Vanessa on Facebook: (2) Facebook Find Vanessa on Instagram: Vanessa Preston (@vanessa…
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In this episode, Sarah talks to returning guest, Anna Kingsley. Anna is a psychosexual therapist and couples counsellor. She's a really experienced expert in the field of addictions, sex, affairs, divorce and separation, and she's talking with us today about sex in recovery after addiction. Anna talks about the impact, the struggles, the things tha…
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Introducing Ambrie Sward (R-DMT) Ambrie Sward recently graduated from Lesley University with a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Dance Movement Therapy. Ambrie is passionate about serving marginalized communities such as Latinx/e communities. Ambrie wrote her Masters Thesis on “Social Media and Dance Move…
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Calling all younger therapists, along with those who mentor younger therapists! Today on the podcast, Dan is joined once again by John Kline and a first time guest, Anthony Celio. The three, will discuss the role function plays into mentoring younger therapists and strategies to where to start!By Spooner Physical Therapy
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In this episode I tackle the dark side of meaning making. As humans we instinctively assign meaning to events or experiences we go through. Some of the info I draw from comes from Dr. Benjamin Hardy's book Personality Isn't Permanent. In the book he says "we can generate a premature cognitive commitment about ourselves" this cognitive commitment ca…
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Soo Jin Lee and Linda Yoon co-wrote an EXCELLENT book called "Where I Belong: Healing Trauma and Embracing Asian American Identity." But this book didn't appear out of thin air. How did it go from idea to the shelf at Barnes and Noble? Linda and Soo Jin saw the lack of resources written by people of color, and decided to contribute to the solution.…
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