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Best Shrinks On Third podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Shrinks On Third podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Progressive intersectional feminist podcast exploring psychology and social justice. Co-hosted by psychologists Cindy Ariel and Julie Mayer.
 
Katherine relies on her shrink brain. DeeDee relies on her gut. We discuss, laugh and help each other. And we've discovered the Truth goes down better with a drink...or two.
 
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After losing a parent to suicide at a young age and later struggling with alcohol addiction, anxiety, and depression, Kimme Carlos is committed to bringing awareness, hope, recovery, and wellness to inner-city communities. In this session, we talk to Kimme about the New Jersey grass-roots nonprofit she founded to empower individuals and families in…
 
The session in which we learn all about Career Wardrobe from Program Director, Al Sharrock. You have 7 seconds to make a good first impression. Don't underestimate the power of what you're wearing to affect the way you feel about yourself, how you act, and how others feel and act toward you. Career Wardrobe needs you to donate your gently used clot…
 
The one in which we talk to Sus Sunhee Volz again because we just loved so much of what she has to say. Sus was in our studio about a month ago chatting with us about climate change and mental health. When we were doing some research for that session, we came upon an article Sus wrote in the-trouble.com entitled, It Begins with the Land. You might …
 
Shrinks After Hours - drinking champagne as we get clearer and clearer vision for 2020. Join Dr. Holly Sawyer of Life First Therapy, LLC, Allison Gibbs, LCSW of Therapy Concierge along with the Shrinks on Third, Julie Mayer and Cindy Ariel as we ring in the New Year together and offer our heartfelt words to each other and to you.…
 
The session in which we learn about the first annual Requiem and Remembrance Day on March 8, 2020 (every 2nd Sunday in March). Founder Helene Byrne discusses her vision for an annual National Sing-In Against Gun Violence. This day will: 1) create a day of unity and healing through music, 2) provide Americans the opportunity to express sadness about…
 
The session in which we talk to Zakia Williams about a relatively new organization working with Black men and positive mental health. Zakia is the Client Liaison for Black Men Heal, a nonprofit organization providing access to mental health treatment, psychoeducation, and community resources to Men of Color. The team at BMH, which also includes Fou…
 
The session in which we discuss a creative program called Songs in the Key of Free, which challenges mass incarceration and shows solidarity with incarcerated people by partnering with artists inside prison. Founded by community arts activist, August Tarrier, Songs in the Key of Free amplifies the voices of prisoners through songwriting and music. …
 
The session in which Sus Sunhee Volz helps us sort out issues surrounding Climate Change and mental health. Natural disasters caused by climate crises deeply affect the mental health of survivors and eyewitnesses. They, and many others, also endure the fears, anxiety, hopelessness, and powerlessness that sometimes comes with learning about the real…
 
The Shrinks After Hours tackle the subject of dating! Allison has the most personal recent dating experience but that doesn't stop the others from chiming in for a lively conversation about a hot topic.By Shrinks on Third
 
The session in which we have a heart to heart talk with student activist Ariel Weinbaum about her evolving activism and the issues that matter most to her and many of her peers. Ariel is a youth climate activist with the Sunrise Movement, a youth-led movement that we also talked about in a previous episode (An Army of Youth). Sunrise advocates for …
 
The session in which we talk about one of our personal favorite nonprofits working to empower women and girls. Dining for Women is a global giving circle that promotes gender equity around the world through member education and the power of collective giving. Both of us attend monthly potluck dinner chapter meetings in our respective neighborhoods.…
 
The session in which we speak with David Bennion, a practicing immigration attorney. David founded the Free Migration Project in 2016 to represent immigrant clients in their legal proceedings, provide legal support and training to organizers and advocates, engage in public education and outreach, litigate in the public interest, and advocate for fa…
 
The episode in which 4 of us Shrinks sit down for some real talk about women and guns. The Shrinks involved include Cindy Ariel and Julie Mayer, with Holly Sawyer of Life First Therapy LLC, and Allison Gibbs of Therapy Concierge LLC. Holly is the only one in the room with a gun...but, Allison has a weapon too! What about the other Shrinks? What abo…
 
The session in which we speak with Mayana Ashley-Carner about her climate justice activism, most especially as a member of the Sunrise Movement. Mayana is a 16 year old student at Central High School in Philadelphia. She's one of the growing army of young people demanding change for a positive environmental future. sunrisemovement.org…
 
The session in which we sit down with our neighbor from across the river in Camden, NJ to discuss her empowerment work with young women and girls. Sister Nurah Muhammad hosts the “Nurah Speaks” podcast, a weekly podcast that is meant to tug on the soul and consciousness of the Black Community. She is a committed community servant and a self-describ…
 
The session in which we sit down with Shannon Bearman to discuss her growth as an 'Accidental Activist'. Shannon went from a reluctant Twitter newbie with 25 followers to a strong community activist with a follower base of well over 45,000. This former social worker and mother of two is now running for a seat on the currently all-male Board of Comm…
 
We're joined in this engaging episode by Dr. Jade Logan, Assistant Professor at Chestnut Hill College. Dr. Logan lets us in on what it's like for her, as a professional Black clinician and supervisor, to teach cultural competence to psychologists of varied races and backgrounds. As part of training, psychologists spend a certain number of hours in …
 
We're thrilled to introduce our new monthly feature and the two new co-hosts that are an integral part of it: Holly Sawyer, PhD, and Allison Gibbs, LCSW. We interviewed them at different points during Season 1 and for this feature we invited them to join us in dynamic, intersectional, not-so-clinical conversation. We're excited to have them join us…
 
It's our one-year podcasting anniversary! This is a transitional moment as we make exciting changes to our podcast sound, content, and format. We recorded this final session of Season 1 during a break from our typical focus for the purpose of our own self-care, and yours. Here, we share 3 tips under 3 minutes on various topics. We offer a window in…
 
The session in which we discuss Rape Culture and the March to End Rape Culture (MTERC) with our guest, Arika Gold. Arika is a dedicated activist and community organizer. The MTERC is an annual event to raise awareness for Philadelphians about the widespread issues related to rape culture and what is being done to end it. Rape Culture is ... (listen…
 
The session in which we discuss a meaningful approach to living called Radical Decency with its originator, Jeff Garson. Both Jeff and his wife Dale Garson, both Licensed Clinical Social Workers, are devoted to understanding and implementing Radical Decency. Radical Decency = Decency to self, others, and the world - at all times, in every context a…
 
This is the session in which Taylor Austin of the Women's Centers attended our Feminist Brunch to facilitate conversation about Reproductive Health. Her primary message was about the need for abortion access and for confidential and compassionate abortion care. There will always be pregnant women seeking abortions, even at great personal risk. Enac…
 
As a North Philly girl who eventually made it through grad school but saw many of her friends and community members die on the streets, Tierra Jones is determined to make a difference in the lives of underserved youth. In this session we sit down with Tierra to talk about what motivates her to get up everyday - A.T.T.R.A.C.T. Philly - the non-profi…
 
The session in which we talk to Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow about the power of words and her work with Mighty Writers. Her mission there is to empower young people to use words to describe their experience and the causes they care about. MightyWriters.org Jamilah is a passionate educator, anti-racism activist, wife, and mother of two. She is a 2016 M…
 
The session in which we talk to Allison Gibbs, LCSW, about the effects of racism and police brutality on the black community, and other marginalized people and communities. Allison established the Therapy Concierge, LLC to help meet the need for accessible and quality mental health services for individuals unable to meet in a traditional setting. T…
 
We found this poem and printed it out in the hopes that Jeanae would read it - and she did! Jeanae Hopgood-Jones has other poems as well as many insightful and touching blogs about being a Black Angel Mom. Visit her site and see if you agree. BlackAngelMom.comBy Shrinks on Third
 
The session in which we meet with Jeanae Hopgood-Jones to talk about Black Angel Moms - her online support network for moms who have lost a baby preterm. Through her training in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Human Sexuality Education, Jeanae works to help people become the best versions of themselves. She is an angel mom to twin girls born…
 
The session in which we talk to Jamila Harris-Morrison and Harold Barrow. Jamila is the Executive Director of ACHIEVEability, a nonprofit organization working to permanently break the generational cycle of poverty for low income, single parent, homeless families. Harold started as a client of the organization, motivated by the need to care alone fo…
 
The session in which we speak with Rebecca Ergas, Ph.D., who has conducted psychological evaluations of people seeking asylum in the U.S. since 2009. Born in Chile, Dr. Ergas works in both English and Spanish as a clinical psychologist. She has a special place in her heart and her work for immigrants and refugees. Rebecca.Ergas@gmail.com…
 
The session in which we chat with Nicole Kligerman, Director of the Pennsylvania Domestic Worker's Alliance (PDWA), an advocacy group examining labor standard for domestic workers and crafting a Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights. Nicole works to promote respect, recognition and inclusion in labor protection for domestic workers, including nannies, h…
 
The session in which we speak with Miguel Andrade, Communications Manager at Juntos - a nonprofit organization working for the rights of the Latinx-immigrant community. Miguel was born in Columbia and is one of Philadelphia's leading young voices for immigrant rights, education equity, and human rights. www.vamosjuntos.org…
 
The session in which we talk to Dr. Danna Bodenheimer about the need to examine even our basic psychological (and all) assumptions, and how this relates to her work at the Walnut Psychotherapy Center. Danna founded the Center to provide much needed access to long term psychodynamic psychotherapy in a safe clinical environment to the LGBTQ community…
 
The session in which we talk to Alexia Clarke, MPH, Program Coordinator, and Fran Stier, Ph.D., about their work at the Chester Community Coalition helping families heal from gun violence. The mission of the Coalition is to heal the psychological and emotional impact of homicides and reduce trauma-related reactive violence in Chester, PA. www.chest…
 
The session in which we talk to James Wadley, Phd, about unpacking racism and systemic oppression in practice. Dr. Wadley is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Counseling and Human Services department at Lincoln University. He is a scholar-practitioner and maintains a private practice in both PA and NJ as a Licensed Professional Counselor. He …
 
The session in which we talk to Dr. Holly Sawyer about the impact of workplace microaggressions on Professional Black Women and what they can do about it. We also talked about the importance of not committing microaggressions in the first place and what to do about it when we do (hint: defensiveness is not the answer). Dr. Holly Sawyer is the found…
 
The session in which we chat with Francisco Cortes, currently the interim executive director of GALAEI, about the work that he does for and with the organization to bring social justice to the queer Latinx community. As a Mexican immigrant and gay Philadelphian, Francisco is passionate about queer and trans, Latinx and Black youth empowerment and l…
 
The session in which we interview Rebecca Bonner, MEd, Head of School at the Bridge Way High School. Rebecca knows first-hand about the impact addiction can have on students and their families. The Bridge Way School is Philadelphia's first recovery high school and the only one in Pennsylvania that is licensed and accredited by the PA Department of …
 
Our Mother's Day session! Two of our twenty-something offspring talk to us about their world view and how it may or may not have been influenced by their upbringing by us and our psychologist partners. In this session, we chat with Julie's son, Aaron Jacobs, and Cindy's younger daughter, Zoë Naseef about what it was like being raised by not 1, but …
 
The session in which we talk to Dr. Roy Eidelson about his book, Political Mind Games: How the 1% Manipulate Our Understanding of What's Happening, What's Right, and What's Possible. Psychologist Roy Eidelson helps us understand political mind games and suggests ways to combat the manipulative ploys of the self-interested 1%.…
 
The session in which we talk to returning guest Kevin Moore, PsyD about opioid addiction. Dr. Moore's passion includes creating integrative medicine services for vulnerable populations. Opioid addiction has been a particular focus of his work for the past 5+ years give its huge toll on the people he serves. Dr. Moore views psychology as part of hea…
 
The session in which we speak with Robert E. Carter, Jr, MSW, aka Brother Robb, about racism, sexism, and male trauma. Currently, Brother Robb is the co-director of the Men's Center for Growth and Change. He retired as the Associate Director of the University of Pennsylvania's African-American Resource Center after 13 years but continues to teach p…
 
The session in which we interview Danielle Griffith, MSW, LSW, Program Director for the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund. Founded by Peggy Dolan, the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund works to lighten the burdens and lift the spirits of families caring for children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and injuries. They provide financial assistance for…
 
The session in which we interview Amy Edelstein about her work bringing mindfulness skills into high school classrooms in inner-city Philadelphia. Amy founded the Inner Strength Foundation (ISF) in 2014 to foster inner strength for outer stability in today's youth. www.innerstrengthfoundation.netBy Shrinks on Third
 
The session in which we interview Stephen M. Shore, EdD, and Robert Naseef, Ph.D. about their work together creating a curriculum to prepare neuro-diverse youth for the workplace. As an autism expert, Dr. Shore is internationally renowned for presentations, consultations, and writings on lifespan issues pertinent to education, relationships, employ…
 
The session in which we interview Dr. Arthur C. Evans Jr, the current CEO of the American Psychological Association about the role of psychology in promoting social justice. Dr. Evans chatted with us about his military family, his southern upbringing in Florida, his growth as a leader, and his views on psychology and social justice. www.apa.org…
 
When we interviewed Amanda Spitfire and Roderick Thomas II about their work at Project SAFE in session 27 (A Solid Community of Humans) we also asked Amanda to recite some original poetry. Amanda chose a couple of excerpts from an intense poem they wrote for March to End Rape Culture/Take Back the Night Philly. Their recitation went beyond the time…
 
The session in which we chat with Amanda Spitfire and Roderick Thomas, II, about their work at project SAFE. Project SAFE is a grassroots direct-service and peer-based advocacy organization providing women and femme-centered services with a focus on women working and living in the street economies in Kensington. P.S. Please send underwear projectsa…
 
The session in which we interview Tracy Ashdale, Executive Director and Chief Energy Officer for Girls on the Run of Montgomery and Delaware Counties. Girls on the Run is a physical activity based positive youth development program designed to develop and enhance girls' social, psychological, and physical competencies to successfully navigate life …
 
The session in which we talk to Robert Naseef, PhD about his experience and expertise. Dr. Naseef is the father of an adult son with autism and a psychologist who writes and speaks internationally about familiies living with and loving someone on the autism spectrum.By Shrinks on Third
 
Do you ever wonder what the Shrinks Think? In between podcast interviews we sometimes talk about social justice issues, or sometimes about common issues or questions that come up in our clinical practice. In our new mini-session bonus format, we share some of our brief conversations. In the first of our mini-sessions we discuss our top 3 tips for e…
 
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