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Best SMART Counsel podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best SMART Counsel podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Master’s in Counseling program at Multnomah University, Alternative Behavioral Therapy and New Pattern Counseling present this podcast as a resource for aspiring and current professionals, as well as members of the greater community. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Multnomah University or its faculty, of Alternative Behavioral Therapy or New Pattern Counseling.
 
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Can pornography really be addictive? If so, how do we tell the difference between problematic and non-problematic porn use? More to the point, when it IS a problem for people, how do we help them?Rhys and Ben interview their CSAT colleague Mateusz Gola, a clinical researcher from University of San Diego. Gola shares his evidenced based perspectives…
 
Rhys delivered a series of lectures in an Overview of Addictions class in a Masters in Counseling program. This lecture is the first of five lectures asking the question, “What is Addiction?” and exploring various models of how addiction is understood. In this lecture, he explores “The “House of Addiction,” which describes the major components to c…
 
Joshua Moore is BACK…from the archives!!Rhys and Josh go LIVE in this exciting discussion about Abstinence versus Harm Reduction Models of Addictions Counseling. We explore pros and cons of each side and discuss the radical middle.This episode was recorded in a class that Rhys taught, and periodically the flow of conversation breaks to interact wit…
 
Jesus loves me, this I know…if my parents were attuned to my feelings…and if my church presented God as a secure attachment figure. Easy. Right? Well…Rhys Pasimio and Krispin Mayfield tackle the intersections, tensions, and sometimes contradictions between Attachment Science and Theological beliefs and practices typical of many American Protestant …
 
Let's say you have a teenager or young adult child who needs support for mental health and/or recovery challenges. What would you do? Where would you turn?Consider Newport Academy!Marcus Robinson introduces the vision and method of Newport Academy's inpatient program, in particular the skillful and holistic application of Attachment Based Family Th…
 
Ben and Rhys muse on how being counselors presents advantages and peculiar hurdles to being fathers, and how fatherhood in turn affects how we show up in the rooms as counselors. Along the way, we reflect on hopes and fears for our daughters and sons and what kind of people they will be as they will face in the big wide world.Rhys Pasimio – rhys@ne…
 
We’re dads! We’re married! We’re healthy and educated. We even own houses! Technically we have completed society’s cis-hetero-normative script for our lives.That means we have our inner and outer lives under control and feel powerful and invulnerable and have no sign of weakness anywhere…right?Wrong!We love our families, but sometimes being a fathe…
 
Rhys Pasimio explores a parallel between the experiences of betrayal trauma and systemic racism, and issues a challenge to those who have inflicted harm to consider and own the impact of their actions, and practice a deeper form of empathy. This episode of SMART Counsel features the following professionals:Rhys Pasimio – rhys@newpatterncounseling.c…
 
“We have to attend to what’s lost when we make changes, even when the changes are good.”At the onset of the Corona Virus, the counseling community migrated en masse to providing primarily, and sometimes exclusively, telehealth services. Rhys Pasimio and Aaron Kelsay reflect on this transition, what our therapeutic relationships have gained, and wha…
 
How does counseling work when there are two counselors and a horse? Or even 3 horses? What can we learn from observing horses and how can horses help us move through anxiety and restore a sense of empowerment? Today I caught up with Bethaney Clark and Alycia Smith, a team of therapists with a counseling practice just east of Portland, Oregon. We ta…
 
These days things are weird and strange, says everyone. We feel disconnected, and most of us have experienced some sort of loss as a result of the Virus and Social Distancing. Many of us have been more anxious and pre-occupied.How do we manage these all encompassing and ongoing stressors? More particularly, how do those of us in Helping roles, of a…
 
What are the barriers to lasting change? Turns out some of the biggest are internal, and have to do with relationships.Rhys Pasimio and Ben Poling have a conversation with CSAT colleague Stephen Grant and discuss how change happens. We talk about First and Second Order Change, (changing behaviors, then changing motivations and internal values) and …
 
It’s here! SMART Counsel’s first ever CROSSOVER EPISODE!!!Rhys Pasimio from SMART Counsel and Stephen Black from TCK Care have teamed up to bring you a most fabulous and thought provoking discussion about social media!What is a responsible use of Social Media? Contrarily, what is irresponsible use of Social Media? Rhys and Stephen tackle the topic.…
 
Rhys and Nick venture into a conversation about Feminism! We explore what feminism is, how it benefits women, and how it benefits men. We reflect on our own experiences and challenges with growing up as men surrounded by toxic masculinity and how adopting some feminist ideas is leading to healthier and more self-aware lives. Along the way, we call …
 
Need a break from the Corona Virus? Let’s talk about culture and diversity!The counseling relationship is marked by a stark power differential that is only made starker by differences in race, class, gender, education, sexual orientation, physical ability, and many other factors. How do we consider the power differential and work for what is best f…
 
How do we respond to crisis? How do we maintain a peaceful center and making meaningful contributions to our community in the midst of our own fears? One answer may be impartiality toward the outcome.Rhys Pasimio caught up with Aaron Esparza back on March 20, 2020 and they had a lively conversation about the current health situation and how our glo…
 
Rhys and Ben offer commentary on the Corona Virus and the global reactions, on the internet, and in our communities. We discuss ideas on avoiding obsessing over fear while also cultivating empathy and connection. Whether you are more distressed by the Virus situation or more confident, we offer perspectives that we hope will be both challenging and…
 
Where are you from? Easy question…right? But what if you lived in five different countries before you finished high school, and none of them are where you live now, and even your parents were from somewhere other than here? How do you understand the culture you are in? How do you figure out how to act in a strange new world? Do you blend in? Do you…
 
How does active recovery impact relationships? Likewise, how do relationships impact active recovery? What sorts of changes should we expect or demand? What are healthy boundaries and how do we set them? And just what are the pros and cons of taking a year off from dating when you first start recovery? Rhys and Ben are joined by Taralynn Rayburn fr…
 
Sometimes after a person goes through inpatient, IOP, individual counseling and group counseling, they still need just a little something more in order to sustain their recovery. In the absence of supportive and informed family and friends(or sometimes in spite of ill-informed family and friends) recovering individuals now have the option of connec…
 
When a family is in conflict, what does that say about the underlying patterns of how that family operates? What are the unspoken but clearly known family rules? What has been the inter-generational impact of trauma, addiction, or stress? Who holds the power in the family, and who rescues whom?Family Systems Theory offers the clinician a multitude …
 
What are the major challenges facing men and boys today? One challenge is the narrative that says, "Look perfect and put together, even if you're not." The end result is lots of men, and boys trying to become men, who don't have it all together, but are driven into isolated silence. This is neither sustainable, nor even human. This narrative hurts …
 
"It doesn't matter what substance a person uses. What matters is why they use it."Each addicted person has a close - much too close - relationship with the object of their addiction. Recovery and maintaining sobriety means breaking up with a close companion who, while toxic and destructive, has also been a source of comfort and security. How is a r…
 
Every individual exists in a system, and if we are not addressing the whole system, are we really helping the person at all?Understanding the whole family system is vital for any counseling work, but particularly for addiction recovery work, and especially where sex addiction and betrayal trauma are involved. Counseling through Betrayal Trauma take…
 
How well should we treat our clients? As well as we want to be treated? As well as they want to be treated? In accordance with the highest good possible? How do we define "Good" anyway, and when do we just need to mind our biases?Rhys and Josh team up with Collin White-Pedeaux for a lively discussion about philosophical concepts that have direct im…
 
Family is important, and a healthy family is no accident! Those striving to cultivate a family environment that is safe, nurturing, loving, and emotionally intelligent face a formidable set of challenges. And as if the routine challenges were not enough, every family faces crisis at one time or another. What's a family to do? How can this peculiar …
 
Welcome to the world of Offense Specific clinical work! Individuals who have been convicted of a sex offense face some unique challenges and stigmas-perhaps some of the most brutal stigmas of any convict person! What is at stake for them, particularly if they are minors? What role does gender play in increasing the stigma and risk? How is the syste…
 
Ever thought of studying to be a counselor? Where would you do that? How could you tell if the school and program were worth your time and money? And what if you wanted to integrate your faith tradition into your counseling practice in a way that is legal, ethical, and professional while still being true to your tradition?Today Rhys and Josh speak …
 
Toxic Masculinity is damaging for everyone, and may be one of the key factors underlying addiction. For those in recovery from addiction, abolishing toxic masculinity may be one of the most vital components of a sustainable recovery. Ben Poling joins Josh and Rhys in the Counseling House to discuss the the synergy of gender, emotional intelligence …
 
SMART Counsel has a new episode! After a summer of fun and learning, Rhys and Josh are back at the mics, this time hashing out ideas about Language! What are words and phrases that counselors and therapists should never say in a clinical setting? What are the implications of closed questions? The words "Normal." "Weird." "Crazy." "Other people have…
 
Rhys and Joshua are back, this time with Diane Moore! What is trauma? More specifically, what is the story of the trauma? Even more important, what is the story we tell ourselves about our trauma? And when that story keeps us trapped, how do we rewrite the story? Diane Moore is a trauma specialist in Vancouver, Washington who specializes in Story I…
 
Behind every great clinician in a clinic is a REALLY great support staff! Meet Ted, a practice manager, and welcome to the marvelous and most essential world of practice managers, support staff, administrators, and everyone else who makes it possible for the counselors to have their jobs! Rhys and Josh chat with long-time friend and colleague Ted R…
 
What is trauma informed care? What is safety and why does it matter in a therapeutic space? How can professionals move beyond using trauma-informed as a trendy marketing term and sustain a living practice that understands, respects addresses the acute and ongoing traumas in the lives of our clients? Beyond that, what is integrative care and why doe…
 
The Serenity Prayer is one of the most well-known prayers in recovery circles and in pop culture. The who prayer hinges on the idea of Acceptance, a concept which has been loved, applied, and practiced as well as being misunderstood, abused and sharply contended. What is a healthy understanding of acceptance? What are unhealthy ideas masquerading a…
 
Dance, Dance, Yeah! Rhys Pasimio and Joshua Moore interview Mariah LeFeber for about Dance Movement Therapy. Just what is Dance Movement Therapy and how does it work? What is the difference between Dance Movement Therapy and just dancing? How is dance and other body movement good for working through trauma, addiction, and other dysfunction? Where c…
 
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