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Psychological Content is a podcast designed to entertain, stimulate, inform, and enlighten. Join host and licensed Counselor and Psychotherapist Jeremy J. Lanning as he navigates the complexities of life as a therapist and as a client. Here are some things you can expect from the show; shared experiences, movies, literature, problem solving, feelings, music, love, loss, change, pain and triumph. If you come with an open mind, you will leave with fresh relief and new skills.
 
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It's the end of the year 2020. In this podcast there is processing and reflection. There is great music and poetry. Also included is some awesome year end advice from real psychotherapy clients. It's a fittingly messy show. Enjoy. See you in 2021. "Survive" by Todd Michael Shultz "Radio" by Josh Daniels "New Year" by Joanna Klink…
 
In this episode there is a Lunar Eclipse and a tale of extreme violence in the summer of 88 as well as some personal musings about living in 2020. There are great quotes from Sigmund Freud, Henry Miller, and Arnold Schopenhauer. The episode also delivers some extraordinary music from Billy Hartman, a beautiful son of Texas. Billy Hartman: Doin Swel…
 
On a road trip from Hells Half Acre to Corpus Christi and back again, join me as I think out loud and reflect over 6 hours there and 6 hours back. 3 hours worth of reflection on being a boy, son, brother, boyfriend, man, service member, husband, father, paramedic, corpsman, surgical technologist, veteran, creative type, catholic, man in love, thera…
 
Special Bonus Episode! Again! Here is another episode dedicated to "doing the work" in therapy. I am on this journey too. What you hear is what you get. It's raw. You also get to hear two tracks from Cleveland's own Madeline Finn. Take a visit to the Grand River and Painesville, Ohio's former relic train trestle. It's dangerous. Madeline Finn Train…
 
Special Bonus Episode! I felt the need to process with my audience. This episode is an example of “doing the work” in therapy. Like you, I’m on a journey. What you hear is what you get. We are all in this together. Also, some good old Michael Stanley Band tunes! Michael Stanley My Town! The Lighthouse…
 
In this session I check in on current events. The show then turns to the beauty and tragedy of the artist Rosamond and 1974's Blue Ice. We weave in and out of Gestalt Psychology, Theory, and Therapy and listen to some amazing music. Then it is all tied into a beautiful bow. When You Close Your Eyes - A Life Sketch of the Artist Rosamond Rosamond Sk…
 
A check-in from my home in South West Fort Worth, Texas. In this brief Special Episode I once again touch upon the fear, discomfort, and uncertainty that has engulfed our nation. I drop some mad knowledge gained from a hero of mine, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield and we rock back and forth to a tune by Skuff Micksun. Chris Hadfield Space Oddity:…
 
In this Special Edition of the podcast you get a field recording, an interview with my wife who is a frontline healthcare worker, and valuable insight into managing fear, discomfort, and uncertainty during this Coronavius Global Pandemic. You get a valuable children's story and my thoughts on how to cope, function, and manage during this darkening …
 
In this episode kindness is explored and the question is asked, "are you kind?" See what my in-laws and the Grateful Dead have in common. Also you'll get to check out the killer new song by Skuff Micksun, "Strange." Kindness is sooooooooooo good. Skuff Micksun "Strange." Grateful Dead - June 8th, 9th - 1992: Richfield Coliseum, Ohio Jerry Bear...…
 
This session is all about "accepting your mess." Whether it's a pile of clothes to be folded, a job loss, or an illness. This episode is messy and off the cuff. Think about what it would look like to at least begin the process of accepting the messiness of life in a non-judgmental way so you can be the most genuine version of yourself possible.…
 
In this session we get into "SUICIDE." Suicide gets addressed from multiple levels. From anecdotes to awareness to the all important "what to do." My hope is that you get closer to the subject, as always, awareness isn't enough, and as always, awareness isn't action. 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) - Suicide Prevention Lifeline www.bethe1to.com www.suicidepr…
 
Warning, there are a few swear words in this interview. In addition, please forgive me for being under the weather and worn out in this episode, but the show must go on. In this session I go deep into Quentin Tarantino's 9th film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." My guest is J. William Boothman II, a Texas filmmaker with a short film currently on t…
 
In this episode things get personal. This session covers fear, anxiety, and depression from a very personal perspective. Those same topics are explored from a clinical perspective with some counseling groundwork shared. Main question asked, "What are you afraid of?" Arcade Fire - just because they're awesome Marilyn Ferguson Skuff Micksun…
 
In this session we look at Perspective and The Overview Effect. There's boot camp, astronauts, and a critique of social media. Really dig into this material, it is super helpful and interesting. While seeing the big picture may make you feel smaller, it's actually what causes you to grow. An Astronauts Guide to Life on Earth: Chris Hadfield Chasing…
 
In this session I am just in a mood. I call out my Gen X cohorts and beyond. Take it easy on those younger than you. Take responsibility for the world that you left them. It's not their job to adapt to your world, it's your job to adapt to theirs. Wall Street Journal Article The Jesus Lizard - Zachariah Faith No More - Midlife Crisis…
 
This session is about radically accepting things as they are and how that skill can drastically impact your life and the lives of those inside your wire. If you interact with this session in a meaningful way, you will see changes in your life that you can count on. Plus you get hear about my life changing trip to the optometrist at my local mall. O…
 
In this Session I recall meeting the love of my life. We then go over a worksheet of mine that I use in practice, 10 Rules for a Healthy Relationship. I spend a moment on each rule and expand where I think it's fitting. Your committed relationship WILL improve if you take this list seriously. Try listening with your better half. You'll be glad you …
 
Some questions are explored in this session. What would it look like for us to radically accept change? What would it look like for us to have a healthy plan for decision making and problem solving? With the help of an ancient story and a song from the Grateful dead, we begin the process of accepting things how they are and rejecting the impossible…
 
With a little help from The Pearl, by John Steinbeck, and The Science of Living by Alfred Adler, we explore what it means to essentially "own the moment." All things considered, this is a primer on the practice of mindfulness. I give you five steps to begin living in the "moment." This skill set will better help you explain the past and prepare for…
 
Let's celebrate! Episode 10! I am so thankful for everybody that listens, downloads, and shares. I bring you into the creative process, just for fun. Here we discuss what it means to have your "worldview" and be able to articulate it. It's not about the right answer, it's about your answer. I care about you so deeply and I ask you to really conside…
 
Are we really taking the bullying epidemic seriously? Has the word bullying lost its meaning, existing only to normalize and diminish assault and harassment? As a parent or caregiver what can you do in the event your child is is the victim? Through personal anecdotes and professional experience we will peel back some layers on this dreadful and fri…
 
Who are you? Why are you the way that you are? What are you going to do with the way you are and why you are that way? In this session I travel back in time to mid-90's Washington D.C. where I willingly came of age. Do you know who you are? Can you take a look at yourself and know how you are doing, how you are feeling? Get to know yourself and get…
 
In this session we go over developing a problem solving mentality. With just a handful of steps, a problem solving skill-set can be acquired. Be sure to check out the Podcast Companion on my blog as well. The main them is that when faced with a "problem," you don't have the option to do nothing. Also check out the GetVokl platform and my upcoming s…
 
In this session I ask the question, "what journey are you currently on?" This is about the journey we undertake the moment we become aware that we need something in our life to change. The moment we ask for qualified, trustworthy help. Maybe that help is a book to read, maybe it's a therapist to see. Through personal anecdotes, clinical insights, a…
 
In Session # 5 pain and grief is explored in the context of post divorce alienation and isolation from children who are caught in the middle. The topic of pain and grief is expanded upon using "A Grief Observed," by C.S. Lewis as well as a poem by Frank O'Hara. In addition, the idea of "checking-in" in therapy is explored. A Grief Observed Meditati…
 
Welcome to Session # 3. The topic of "change" is explored. I employ the help of a literary giant and one of my favorite works of fiction ever. I even get a little assistance from a Buddhist Nun that I love dearly. The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chödrön Living Beautifully by Pema Chödrön Harry Houdini…
 
In this session I stay with the topic of problems and problem solving using my material called "The Mentality of Problem Solving." In an effort to help listeners get to know me, I chose a few vivid anecdotes. An anecdote is a powerful tool. Truly listening to an anecdote is even more powerful. I even referenced The Notebook. I hope you enjoy the sh…
 
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