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No matter what’s holding you back, therapist Beth Rogerson wants to help you live a better, more balanced life. Are you and your partner going through a rough patch? Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? Or do you simply need some guidance on your journey to become your best Self? Beth often uses the Internal Family Systems (or IFS) model to help listeners understand and navigate their inner world. She frequently interviews other experienced therapists on subjects like security, shame, ...
 
On The Therapy Couch - A therapist discusses all things about mental health & wellbeing. Happy to answer questions.
 
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Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Therapy Spot! On this week’s episode, I spoke with individual and relationship therapist Veronica Lax. During our time together, we discussed the challenges both partners face in a relationship where one person is Swedish and the other is not. While we focused mainly on this pairing, you can apply this le ...…
 
This week, I spoke with Laura Goldstein, LCSW, about the difference between curiosity, and telling. In her professional practice, Laura has been helping families, couples, and individuals since 1996. Her integrative mind-body approach incorporates the IFS model alongside yoga and mindfulness practices. We talked about how the Self quality of cu ...…
 
Human beings are social creatures — we all long for connection. Sometimes, however, when we try to get closer, we trip over ourselves and actually create distance instead. In her work with couples, Elissa Stein helps them see that there are many different ways to have closeness. She also guides them to a place where they can recognize what crea ...…
 
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Therapy Spot! This week, I spoke with my friend and colleague, clinical psychologist Dr. Susan Reyland, about attachment. What are attachment styles? How did our attachment style form? How do our early attachment experiences influence some of the relationships in our adult lives? Listen along! For more, v ...…
 
Welcome back to the Therapy Spot, everyone! On this week’s episode, I’d like to walk you through an exercise I did with two of my clients. The wife in this married couple had a lot of strong feelings surrounding an upcoming life change. Her husband struggled to show up with empathy, and instead tried to “problem solve” his wife’s bad feelings a ...…
 
This week, I interviewed Matt Pappas, Certified Life Coach, author, blogger, and podcaster. He specializes in coaching for survivors of trauma, and those dealing with anxiety. Matt’s journey began from a very personal place. A survivor himself, he started Surviving My Past as a way to navigate his own recovery. Since then, the blog has evolved ...…
 
Hello everyone, and welcome back once more to the Therapy Spot! On this week’s episode, I spoke with Kari Joys, MS. She is the director of the Center for Creative Change in Spokane, Washington. Kari is a well sought after Counselor and Psychotherapist, a skilled group facilitator, and a powerful energy therapist. Over the years, she has helped ...…
 
Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Therapy Spot! I recently attended a professional training on working with couples, where I ran into Toni Herbine-Blank. Toni has operated a private practice for over 20 years, counseling both couples and individuals. Along with Donna M. Kerpelman and Martha Sweezy, she co-authored a book about her curricu ...…
 
This week, to continue #theYearofSelfCompassion, I’d like to talk about something called the “inner care circuit.” Every single one of you has this circuit, even though we may not know how to use it. Our inner care circuit can eliminate emotion pain at its roots — and help us to feel better now. For more, visit: bethrogerson.com…
 
My long time friend and colleague Susan Reyland joined me once more to discuss the nature of emotions. Susan is a clinical and developmental psychologist who works in Denver, Colorado. Today, we’re going to talk about the ways we experience our emotions, and how to navigate them. Listen in! For more, visit: bethrogerson.com…
 
The beginning of the new year is always a time of reflection for me. As I reflect, I’ve found myself asking: How can it already be 2018? The years seem to come and go almost as quickly as the days and weeks. That means it’s more important than ever to slow down — hit pause — reflect. Since 2018 is the Year of Self Compassion, I want to talk abo ...…
 
Happy New Year, everyone, and welcome back to the Therapy Spot! This week, I spoke with friend and colleague Susan Mason. With over 25 years of counseling experience, Susan works as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of Illinois. As a certified IFS therapist, she uses these principles directly in her work with individuals and ...…
 
Welcome back to the Therapy Spot, everyone! This week, I’m pleased to welcome back my friend and colleague, Susan Reyland. Susan is a clinical and developmental psychologist who works in Denver, Colorado. Our friendship began when we met at an IFS conference, and Susan offered me a glass of water. I have been fortunate enough to have Susan gues ...…
 
On this week’s episode, I spoke with Amy Grabowski, MA, LCPC, ATR. As the Director and Founder of The Awakening Center, she helps clients suffering from eating disorders. Specifically, she uses the IFS lens as a way for her clients to understand and begin the healing process. The holidays can be an extremely difficult time for anyone currently ...…
 
I want to tell you a secret. I left this podcast on procrastination until the very last possible minute. Why do I tell you this? So you know that, when I talk about procrastination, I speak from experience! For more, visit: bethrogerson.com
 
On today’s episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Baker. Dr. Baker is a clinical psychologist in Southern California, as well as the creator and host of the Go Friend Your Self podcast. She has experienced, personally and professionally, the impact of being your greatest critic instead of your greatest friend. The benefits include: Imp ...…
 
It should be no surprise that I’ve got Halloween on my mind. America’s take on Halloween is a lot of fun. When I was a kid, my father made Halloween even more fun than it already was. From talking pumpkins to robot costumes, we never knew what to expect. Halloween is also the perfect time of year to really pay attention to your different parts. ...…
 
In today’s podcast, I spoke with Chicago based IFS practitioner Melissa Sandfort. In her own words, “This is my path in life, and I have never looked back. [...] I live, eat, sleep, and breathe IFS!” Her passion is deep and infectious — which will be crystal clear when you listen to her speak. So join us today, and listen along as Melissa and I ...…
 
Those of you who have listened to my podcast for a while have heard me say something many times. “Better in yourself, and better with others.” Why do I say this? Well, when we improve our internal communication, we get better at external communication, too. I’m certainly not the only one who says so. Lead researcher Anne Böckler of the Max Plan ...…
 
This week, I interviewed psychodynamic and transpersonal counsellor Lysanne Sizoo. Lysanne currently lives on a houseboat on the Vecht River outside of Amsterdam, where she meets individually with clients and also hosts creative retreats. It was in this idyllic setting that we had our discussion about trust and transpersonal psychology. For mor ...…
 
Over the past 14 years, I have sat with many bicultural couples who struggled to connect. While they knew they felt deep love for one another, their differences loomed large in their minds. By focusing on their differences, they felt the distance between them grow larger. Why does this happen? How can you move past it? And, perhaps most importa ...…
 
What happens when a therapist falls seriously ill and has to enter medical treatment? Should therapists share this information with their clients? How can that impact the relationship between therapist and client? To address those questions, I interviewed Roberta Omin, LCSW, who has worked in the mental health field for over thirty years. She s ...…
 
Last week, I noticed a trend with my clients: change and transition. Each and every one of them came to me with their anxious parts up, worried about change. I can’t say I blame them. When we’re in transition, it feels like a giant wave has just knocked us off our feet. We flounder in the water, sand swirling around us, desperate to regain our ...…
 
Frances used to bite her fingernails. She tried everything to stop that habit! First, she put stickers on her nails, but she always removed them without even noticing. Then, she painted her nails with a bitter substance, but even the bad taste couldn’t stop her. Naturally, Frances felt extreme frustration with herself. Why couldn’t she stop, ev ...…
 
We don’t always see eye to eye with our partners, and sometimes we have trouble communicating in these situations. Unfortunately, that often leads to conflict between the two of you. Do you end up going “out” with feelings like sadness, anger, or frustration? Or do you go “in,” shut down, and stop talking? However this conflict shows up in your ...…
 
Perhaps best known for her book Eat Pray Love, prolific author Elizabeth Gilbert discussed using the IFS lens in her recent piece on Oprah.com! I love seeing IFS in the media. Elizabeth did some “deep diving” to examine the conflicting emotions she felt in reaction to a friend’s toxic behavior. Instead of lashing out or withdrawing from her fri ...…
 
As summer blossoms in the northern hemisphere, I see new couples strolling hand in hand during my nature walks. The telltale signs — goofy grins, starry eyes, and constant contact — make new love obvious. Thanks to movies, TV, and Facebook, many of us think of those signs as love itself. In real life, however, that’s just the first stage of lov ...…
 
I welcomed the opportunity to discover what my fellow IFS practitioner Martha Sweezy had to say about shame. Martha weighed in on important issues at the core of shame, such as: What is shame and why is it important? How do we learn to shame ourselves and others? How can criticism and blame help us, and how do they hurt? Where can we begin to r ...…
 
If you’ve spent most of your life focusing outward, rather than inward, you’re not alone. Luckily, you can pause, reflect, and connect with yourself. Reflection lets us get to know (and love!) ourselves from the inside out. For more, visit: bethrogerson.com
 
This week, let’s talk about shame. If you’re like me, you might have a physical reaction just to the word itself! When I read it, I want to curl up into myself and disappear. Since the roots of shame often go back to our childhoods, it might look like the wallpaper — you don’t even notice it anymore! If shame has taken over, you don’t need to c ...…
 
During our daily lives we might get overwhelmed by many different emotions, such as: Sadness. Perhaps you’ve suffered a loss or an injury and you can’t seem to stop dwelling on it. Frustration. Your co-worker made an error, and now you have to fix it — as if you don’t have enough to do! Anger. You’ve asked your partner a thousand times to help ...…
 
We all experience periods of apathy, low mood, or low motivation. These periods can show up in different ways: “The things I need feel far away and out of reach.” “With everything on my plate, I don’t even know where to start — so I never start!” “I know all the things I’m supposed to do, but I just can’t seem to do them.” For more, visit: beth ...…
 
Hello and welcome back to the Therapy Spot! This week, let’s talk about those times when our relationships go topsy-turvy. Have you and your partner reached the point where you can’t tell up from down or left from right? Have things just stopped making sense? Chances are, you’ve stumbled into a mystery spot. For more, visit: bethrogerson.com…
 
Young or old, male or female, we have all lived through periods of discomfort. If you’re like me, even the word might make you cringe! The feeling often comes from change, loss, or other disruption to our comfort zone. So, what is productive discomfort? Shouldn’t we avoid that feeling as much as possible? According to Susan Reyland: absolutely ...…
 
Don’t let the name fool you: just like all of your parts, your Self critic means well! Like a sheepdog, it “herds” you over to possible solutions by being critical and judgmental. Those little nips at your heels help keep you out of a rut, and moving forwards. Sometimes, however, this self-criticism is just too much. If your once-helpful sheepd ...…
 
Have you ever pulled away from your partner out of fear they might leave you? Or maybe what you really fear is your partner getting too close. Both of these situations arise from insecurity, which can seriously wreak havoc on your relationship. If you’re going through something like this right now, never fear! Stan Tatkin has a lot of powerful ...…
 
Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we hit a “bump” in our long term relationship that becomes a mountain. Every day, more and more extremes show up, making things harder instead of easier. Just like muscles, our relationships can become inflamed. When the relationship is inflamed, both parties are affected and often behave in ways that are ou ...…
 
This episode looks at how you need to actively prioritise taking care of your Self. When you fail to notice that you are exhausted or depleted in some way, things can get out of control. On this week's show, I provide a framework just how to take better care of your Self and encourage you to be actively involved in showing up in your own life. ...…
 
Over time, Matt and Heather's relationship had gotten off course, and Heather’s attempts to “course correct” kept failing. Heather felt frustrated with Matt. “He doesn’t talk to me about important things, or even initiate conversation. Why even try?” Matt, however, felt defeated. “She always tells me what I’m doing wrong — but she doesn’t notic ...…
 
This week, I’d like to share a piece of wisdom with you. This little tidbit of information holds the key to finally changing behavior in your relationships that just isn't working. Are you ready? Here it is: you are not a rat. Let me explain. For more, visit: bethrogerson.com
 
Re-realeased February 27, 2017 Originally published September 8, 2015 This week’s episode of The Therapy Spot breaks down common misconceptions about the nature of anxiety and depression, and offers 12 ways you can alleviate depression – naturally. For show notes, visit: bethrogerson.com
 
Have you ever caught yourself thinking, “It’s just one of those days” as you look over your to-do list? No matter what you do, you just can’t seem to get started on those tasks you know you need to accomplish. You don't feel this way because the tasks on your list are impossible — unless you’ve decided today is the day you single-handedly achie ...…
 
Hello and welcome back to the Therapy Spot, everyone! I’d like to wish each and every one of you a very happy Valentine’s Day. Whether you celebrate with your partner, friends, or your children, today is a wonderful day to express your love. Today, however, I’d like to talk about something a little unusual for Valentine’s Day: fighting. Unfortu ...…
 
Every single one of our parts, from firefighters to managers to exiles, only wants to help us. Unfortunately, sometimes we dislike the way they go about it. We may feel scared, or anxious, and try to avoid and ignore those parts. As many of my clients right now could tell you, this is a losing battle! For more, visit: bethrogerson.com…
 
When it comes to connecting warmly with your partner — that is, not too hot and not too cold — the logical path doesn’t always work. Over time, this may lead to a feeling of isolation between you and your partner. So how do we turn up the connection, keep the kindness, and get the warmth and spark back? Join me this week and let's find out. For ...…
 
A friend of mine quit smoking after many years. People often asked him that age old question: “How did you do it? How did you quit?” His answer: “I had a lot of practice.” Changing your lifestyle isn’t easy — but with the Three P’s, it doesn’t have to be so hard. For more, visit: bethrogerson.com
 
This week, let's talk about how to adjust our habits. Say that this year, you set the intention to be healthier, stronger, and more active. You envision a routine where you swim twice a week, commit to weight training, and start drinking green smoothies for breakfast. Sounds like a great plan! Unfortunately, you overlooked something critical th ...…
 
With everything else going on in our lives, Self care is a balancing act. When we prioritize taking care of others and completing tasks, we tend to lose sight of ourselves. As a result, we feel less excited, less connected to others, and “checked out” of our lives. Add on travel, time zone changes, colds, and deadlines, and suddenly you find yo ...…
 
Welcome back to the Therapy Spot! I hope the first few days of the new year have been full of love for all of you. Here in Sweden, we keep the spirit of the new year alive through January with the traditional farewell God fortsättning. This directly translates to “Good continuance.” I don’t know about you, but I want to continue those good wish ...…
 
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