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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' ...
 
Mettle is this thing that we all have inside of us, it's capacity. This podcast brings guests from all over the world from all different backgrounds sharing ideas, stories, and their truth. My intention is that these episodes will provide you with a little more mettle and life to your day. Let's learn together.
 
Everything you need already exists within. I will help you shine the light on it. Join psychotherapist and spiritual teacher, Bianca Rodriguez, MA, Ed.M. MFT for interviews and talks to inspire and instruct you to embody your infinite power. You are complete. You are whole. You are miraculous.
 
The second of two dharma talks given by Lisa Dale Miller, MFT, at the Marin Sangha on June 3 and 10, 2012 bridging the gap between personal love and the Buddha's profound teachings on boundless love. In these two talks we traversed the wild and diverse world of love— its ever-present approach and avoidance, needing and wanting, holding and letting go, gain and loss, opening and collapsing— eventually arriving at the point in which these dualistic qualities ultimately dissolve into love's tru ...
 
The AAMFT Podcast is an all-access pass to the latest news, developments, and thought leaders in the world of systemic therapy. Hosted by Dr. Eli Karam, it strives to relate, educate, and innovate one episode at a time. The episodes explore topics that relationship-based therapists care about, and features unique conversations and interviews with established experts. The show provides information and education on direct practice and emerging trends in the MFT profession.
 
Fierce compassion and discerning wisdom are necessary for cutting through all forms of doubt that impede our capacity to be a source of upliftment and awakening for ourselves and others. This talk is a follow-up to the talk I gave on Fearlessness. Enjoy!
 
This is a dharma talk I gave on August 24, 2017 at Bloom of the Present Sangha in Santa Cruz. This is a follow-up to my talk on Emptiness in that non-hatred is probably the other most difficult of the Buddhist precepts to apply as a Buddhist practitioner/householder living in a world characterized by human suffering that arises from hatred, greed and primordial ignorance. This talk had particular significance as it was delivered two weeks after the horrific events that transpired in Charleston.
 
We are both in the early stages of our careers as art therapists. We want to strengthen our connection with our art therapy colleagues, so we started a podcast. In this podcast, we interview a variety of art therapists to build community, share knowledge and join in the efforts to bring art therapy into the digital age. We are thrilled to bring you this content and can't wait for your thoughts and feedback. WHAT IS ART THERAPY? Visit the American Art Therapy Association first to learn more a ...
 
Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy. Janet is a respected parenting adviser, author, and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create relationships of respect, trust, and love. Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Chi ...
 
This is a dharma talk I gave at marin Sangha on November 5, 2017. The topic of the talk is Bodhicitta: a dedicated, heart-felt desire to fully awaken for the benefit of all other beings. Bodhicitta reminds us that every moment is an invitation to awaken all beings by motivating ourselves to engage in other-regarding behaviors. This is how we take on the responsibility of decreasing the mass of human suffering by seeding the world with at least one more quiescent, wise and compassionate perso ...
 
Emmalee Bierly, LMFT AND Jennifer Chaiken, LMFT, owners of The West Chester Therapy Group (@wctherapygroup), are excited to launch their new podcast ShrinkChicks. Shrinkchicks explores “Helping you to find the balance in all of the bullshit” - offering you relatable therapeutic topics leaving the tiresome psychobabble behind. If you have a topic you’d like discussed or question you’d like answered send them a message @shrinkchicks and your question will be shared and answered anonymously!
 
ADHD is one of the most researched yet least understood conditions of our time. Living Beyond ADHD host, Dr B, is here to explore relevant information that just isn't making it from the experts to the general public, and to close that gap. Those diagnoses missed in earlier years and made in adulthood, add many burdens to the discovery. Failed marriages, bankruptcy, unemployment, academic failure, underachieving, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and a deep mistrust of self, are just the ...
 
Join Danielle and her cohost Lana as they use humor, insight, and HONESTY to drop the façade, and share what's REAL. Enjoy practical advice to everyday trials and tribulations we all relate to. Follow this podcast's evolution from amateur to professionally syndicated success with the knowledge, milestones, pitfalls, and wins Danielle is sharing along the way.
 
The first path factor of the Buddha’s Eightfold Noble Path is right view, also known as wise understanding. Though right view is the first of the Eightfold path factors, it represents the fruition of the succeeding seven path factors. Right view and right intention (the second path factor) together encompass supreme training in wisdom; a training designed to awaken the faculty of penetrative understanding—that which knows things as they truly are. The Buddha defined right view as understandi ...
 
A podcast that aims to help you feel there are others in the same boat as you. Roy Kim, an ordained pastor and licensed marriage and family therapist (MFT license# 82450), will interview a variety of Christians who handled difficult circumstances imperfectly, and experienced the amazing grace of God. He will also share reflections about the intersection of psychology and Christianity.
 
Listen in as therapists, coaches, writers, and other experts explore the inner lives of women: their struggles, fears, hopes, & dreams. This podcast is about cultivating a conversation around the uncomfortable, uncertain, and unknown aspects of a woman's experience. Through interviews and stories, Lourdes Viado, PhD, MFT goes beneath the surface and takes a deeper look at relationships, motherhood, self-acceptance, authenticity, aging, healing, suffering, loss, and other areas connected to t ...
 
The first of two dharma talks given by Lisa Dale Miller, MFT, at the Marin Sangha on June 3 and 10, 2012 bridging the gap between personal love and the Buddha's profound teachings on boundless love. In these two talks we traversed the wild and diverse world of love— its ever-present approach and avoidance, needing and wanting, holding and letting go, gain and loss, opening and collapsing— eventually arriving at the point in which these dualistic qualities ultimately dissolve into love's true ...
 
Lovingkindness meditation, or metta, is a mindfulness practice for the heart: a beautiful way to cultivate feelings of compassion and love for self, others and ultimately all beings. Lovingkindness Meditation #2 is a 25-minute guided metta practice to generate lovingkindness for a neutral person and then for a somewhat difficult person. Metta meditation should be done at your own pace. It is not necessary to force yourself to move onto this often more challenging metta practice until you fee ...
 
The Grind & Be Grateful Podcast is the ultimate resource for everything wellness, confidence, personal development, and balanced living. Along with her world-renowned guests, Marie combines the power of inspiration with actionable takeaways so that you can level up your life one episode at a time. Marie Wold is a women's transformation coach that combines her expertise in fitness, holistic wellness, eating psychology, and personal develop to help women create a balanced life + achieve their ...
 
n these turbulent times it is important to understand how effective social action and the Buddhist practices of wise speech, embodied awareness and right action complement one another. Virtuous conduct, sīla, depends upon a Buddhist practitioner's ability to comprehend and enact right view: impermanence, not-self and the causes of suffering and non-suffering. This talk clarifies how to hold the precepts while boldly, fearlessly engaging in social action.
 
In depth discussions with therapists and counselors about the art, science and technique of psychotherapy. Hosts RJ Thomas and John Webber sit down with experienced and aspiring therapists to discuss how they work, their orientations, techniques and what it’s really like to sit down with clients and get the work done. Not simply a psychology podcast, for professional and the public alike, Talking Therapy offers insights in the world of the working therapist and client. Guests include Marriag ...
 
Lisa Dale Miller, MA, LMFT, LPCC, SEP is a private practice psychotherapist in Los Gatos, CA, specializing in mindfulness psychotherapy and Somatic Experiencing therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction and chronic pain. She is also an outpatient provider for the VA San Jose. Lisa is the author of a highly regarded textbook on Buddhist psychology for mental health professionals, Effortless Mindfulness: Genuine mental health through awakened presence. Training clinicians in the pract ...
 
This is the first of two dharma talks given at Marin Sangha in June 2014. In this talk, Lisa Dale Miller refutes the controversial claim by Jon Kabat-Zinn and others, that mindfulness-based interventions (MBSR and the like) deliver a "universal dharma"; an accurate depiction of traditional Buddhist meditation practices and implicitly imparts the profound ethical and philosophical aspects of the actual Buddhadharma.
 
Virtual LPC is a podcast dedicated to inspiring counselors and all others working in the mental health field! Each episode brings you a standout in the mental health field who shares their journey of growing a business that is not only prosperous, but fun! You will receive takeaways each week to help you maintain your own wellness, and start/grow your own counseling business. Are you tired of grinding out the day, feeling overworked and underpaid? Looking for inspiration and encouragement to ...
 
This is Holy Cannoli. This podcast is all about MAKING SENSE OF life, who we are and why we’re here. Life is Sacred and life is strange. We can experience The Divine, HOLY, transcendent in the most random ways, random locations and through the most random people. This podcast is about you, it's about me, it's about film and TV, it's our world. It’s about God. It's about finding the sacred in the strange. Subscribe and settle in for a listen every Monday Hosted by Bay Area husband and wife To ...
 
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Confidence and certainty are two concepts that we wrestle with in the course of anxiety and OCD treatment. On this episode, I was honored to interview Jon Hershfield, The Great and Powerful, and he discussed the differences between the two concepts, why we should be seeking confidence over certainty in treatment, and what confidence and self-confid…
 
Devoted father. Loving husband. God-fearing Christian. After seven years of marriage and two children, Charlie’s wife announced she no was no longer going to have sex with him. Staying true to his family values, Charlie remained in this sexless and loveless marriage until he reached his breaking point. His crime and his final destination took him t…
 
A parent wants to get out of a cycle of bribing her 3.5-year old and writes to Janet for help. “It seems that in order to get him to do anything, I have to offer a reward, treat, or special outing.” If these strategies don’t work, she says, she will threaten to take something away. This mom admits that she is a people pleaser, so when she does set …
 
Welcome to Season Two of ShrinkChicks! In this week's episode, Emmalee and Jen discuss the history of attachment theory, identifying your attachment style and how to apply that knowledge to your romantic - and platonic - relationships. Spoiler alert: insecure attachment style does not mean your relationships are doomed.…
 
This new episode is a collection of HOCD and other sexually focused listener questions! Thanks to the FearCast survey, I’m giving the batched questions a try. Even better than answer three questions, I have a mindfulness/ acceptance exposure at the end of the episode! It was a fun one. The post HOCD and Other Sexually Focused Obsessions appeared fi…
 
This new episode is a collection of HOCD and other sexually focused listener questions! Thanks to the FearCast survey, I’m giving the batched questions a try. Even better than answer three questions, I have a mindfulness/ acceptance exposure at the end of the episode! It was a fun one. The post HOCD and Other Sexually Focused Obsessions appeared fi…
 
Norm Epstein and Don Baucom are the creators of the cognitive behavioral couples therapy model. In this episode, they recount their individual backgrounds as well as how they met and began collaborating. The discuss the emotional component of CBT and the critical understanding that it is not just a set of techniques, but requires a thoughtful and a…
 
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1) I've been woodworking nearly 4 years and do it as a part time business. This year, business has really taken off and I'm getting several large commissions. Because of this, I finally pulled the trigger on a Fuji Q5 Platinum HVLP. I figured if I was gonna spray... go all the way. My …
 
In response to a parent's question about her toddler's aggressive impulses toward her newborn sister, Janet suggests strategies for encouraging our children -- beginning in infancy-- to communicate their innermost thoughts, feelings and needs. This parent and her husband have followed Janet’s advice on siblings and believe they are “doing a decent …
 
You don't have to create your business based on what's already been done. In this moment, there's no excuse to create your business by default. How do you create a new vision for what your business will look like? That's the question I'm tackling today. Our guest, Michelle Auerbach, is an author and consultant for entrepreneurs and organizations. S…
 
Learn more about the Art Therapy Kaleidoscope Curriculum that Dr. Melissa Satterberg has developed Dr. Satterberg references the American Art Therapy Multicultural Competencies that helped her to guide her work in developing the Kaleidoscope Curriculum. View the AATA Multicultural Competencies Dr. Satterberg mentions the Notre Dame Art Therapy PhD …
 
Confidence and certainty are two concepts that we wrestle with in the course of anxiety and OCD treatment. On this episode, I was honored to interview Jon Hershfield, The Great and Powerful, and he discussed the differences between the two concepts, why we should be seeking confidence over certainty in treatment, and what confidence and self-confid…
 
Bill O’Hanlon is a speaker and author, known for his work in developing Solution-Oriented Therapy. In this episode, he discusses the model as providing systemic, non-blame context to influence positive change in the present maintenance and future shift of problems. He talks about Milton Erickson’s impact on him, and the difference between the solut…
 
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1) I've been building small furniture projects (Shaker tables, end tables, walnut table, lounge chairs) in my hobby shop using a skill saw or a hand saw when a bandsaw has been called for. My furniture projects are getting more complicated (a dresser, more lounge chairs) and I'm thinki…
 
A parent is distressed that his son says he doesn’t like, or is afraid of Black people, a sentiment that is abhorrent to him. "Worst of all," the dad writes, "he will say this when he sees Black neighbors." The dad realizes that his strong reactions may be making matters worse, but his son's statements are striking a particularly sensitive nerve. "…
 
How do you create healthy and effective financial practices for your small business? That's the question we're tackling today. Exploring that question for myself has been complicated. I've been tracking every penny in my personal finances since 1997. I've always tracked my income and expenses in my businesses. But all that tracking didn't mean I wa…
 
Food can be one of the great joys of life, whether pursued as an art or enjoyed as a celebration of vibrancy and culture -- although modern culture seems to focus more on policing food than savoring it. This week, Em and Jen are joined by blogger, health coach, and entrepreneur, Cameron Rogers (The Freckled Foodie), to talk about the pressures keep…
 
On this episode of the FearCast, I answer three listener questions on a range of topics. First, I answer a question about how to deal with health anxiety when someone actually has a real life chronic health condition. Next, I talk about how to accept a condition as permanent when a medical treatment exists. So, treatment is out there, but unreasona…
 
On this episode of the FearCast, I answer three listener questions on a range of topics. First, I answer a question about how to deal with health anxiety when someone actually has a real life chronic health condition. Next, I talk about how to accept a condition as permanent when a medical treatment exists. So, treatment is out there, but unreasona…
 
This episode is a Monday Morning Musing (recorded on a Friday for some extra enthusiasm). I have two beautiful thoughts to share with you to give you a boost in your week. The first is a recommendation from a podcast series that I am loving called, "this movie changed my life" which is a mini series from On Being Studios. The episodes are short and…
 
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1) I’m writing about a project where we are making a table and using white oak for the first time. While most boards looked great throughout the milling process, we found that a few board exposed a lot of very small short cracks or voids along the “rays”. I’ve seen this a lot working w…
 
A parent writes that her 5-year-old has never recovered from the arrival of her younger brother (now 3.5 yrs). “Since he was born, she has subjected him to physical violence and verbal taunting.” She describes her daughter as bright and strong-willed, and her son as gentle, loving and forgiving. She says she has tried everything to help her daughte…
 
How do you do feminism in your business? How do you run a thriving, profitable business while living your feminist anti-oppression values? That's the question we're tackling today. I'll give one small example of how feminism has played out in my business: the progression of images of myself I have put out over the last 10 years. I've had my photos …
 
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1) Next question: how much time do you spend working on workflow and process in the shop? I’m a night and weekend woodworker who is taking commission orders now and want to ensure I maximize my time in the shop to be the most effective. What are some tips tricks or source material you …
 
In this globally interconnected and changing world where the “alpha” or “hero” leadership often dominates, it is empowering to know that Quietly Powerful Women Leaders, who are often overlooked and taken advantage of, have immense value to contribute to organizations. But how do we encourage more quiet women professionals to shift their beliefs abo…
 
A parent writes that she’s overwhelmed by her two girls constantly demanding her attention, following her around their home and calling “Mommy! Mommy!” even if they are in the same room. “It’s driving me mad,” she writes. “It’s like a dripping tap. It is getting to the point where I just want to scream.” This mom notices that the girls don’t have t…
 
When is it time to take a brave step in your business? My guest is Jelisha Gatling. She helps therapists make the brave move of leaving their jobs and jumping all the way into private practice. I help therapists, healers and entrepreneurs take the brave step of creating a business beyond a traditional private practice. So we discovered that we have…
 
The Faith and Doubt Series is back after a long hiatus; and its back with a bang! On this episode, I had the chance to interview biblical scholar Jaimie Eckert about the top things someone with religious themed OCD, otherwise known as Religious Scrupulosity, should know about Scrupulosity treatment. Yes, this is the longest FearCast episode on the …
 
The Faith and Doubt Series is back after a long hiatus; and its back with a bang! On this episode, I had the chance to interview biblical scholar Jaimie Eckert about the top things someone with religious themed OCD, otherwise known as Religious Scrupulosity, should know about Scrupulosity treatment. Yes, this is the longest FearCast episode on the …
 
John and Julie Gottman are the co-founders of The Gottman Institute, a research-based approach to relationships and marital stability. The world-renowned Gottman Method combines John’s research with the application of Julie’s clinical work with couples. In this episode, they share the origins of the method, stories from their decades of work, and p…
 
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guys 1) I had a question for you about staining frame and panel doors. A few months back I made a few cabinets that I wanted to match reasonably well with existing kitchen cabinets (made from birch). Everything was going well but when I came to staining the wood I ran into issues. I had te…
 
Rosalia Rivera, an abuse prevention specialist and consent educator, joins Janet to outline how parents and caregivers can help prevent sexual abuse by educating the children in their lives about body safety, boundaries and consent. Rosalia is the mother of three young children and is herself a child sexual abuse survivor. She hosts the podcast “Ab…
 
Having a list of subscribers who are into what you're doing is a HUGE game changer in your business. If you're selling a course or membership or workshop series or really ANY kind of scaled offer, you want an email list. I know my own email list needed to hit 600 people before I was making a significant income in my business. I still have a relativ…
 
Kerry Wilde is a soul adornment stylist. In this episode we discuss the art of adornment: dressing for your second skin, having the outer be an expression of the inner like wearing a second skin. In this episode Kerry discusses her work around adornment, how she came to do this work, and how others can find their second skin. Kerry walks the listen…
 
More listener questions mean more answered questions on the podcast. On this episode, I start with a brief recap of my big take-away from the IOCDF conference (Inhibitory Learning Model). I’d love to hear about your big take-aways too! On this episode I answer a question from someone asking about getting headaches after exposures, but also finding …
 
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