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I'm Dr. Z., a clinical psychologist and an author. In PLAYING-IT-SAFE I will share with you research based-skills, interviews, readings, insights, tips, and all types of curated info to get unstuck from worries, anxieties, fears, obsessions, and ineffective playing-it-safe actions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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#544: Welcome back to the Anxiety Slayer Podcast. Today we’re talking about how to protect ourselves when anxiety soaks in from others. Today’s Anxiety Slayer podcast is sponsored by Betterhelp. Are stress and anxiety interfering with your happiness? Have you been considering seeing a therapist but not sure where to start? Betterhelp will assess yo…
 
Therapist Marissa Esquibel (LMFT) and host of the Codependummy Podcast joins Paul to deep dive into codependency and parentification. She also opens up about her own life, including some of the struggles that come with being a twin. For More About Marissa marissa@codependummy.com www.codependummy.com Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored …
 
Values" is a word that gets thrown around a great deal these days, and it means different things to different people. In this episode, Dr. Z describes what values are within Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and what they're not. Before you go, we do have a couple of things to tell you about! (1) ACT beyond OCD, an online class for any perso…
 
Kristin Neff is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, teaching us that compassion involves kindness, mindfulness and common humanity. In her new book, Fierce Self-Compassion, Kristin explores the balance between tender self-compassion and action oriented self-compassion. “Sometimes compassion means standing up, saying, ‘no, you are tr…
 
#543: Welcome back to the Anxiety Slayer Podcast. Today we’re responding to a question we received about how to handle catastrophic thoughts when we feel we have good reason to believe them. Today’s Anxiety Slayer podcast is sponsored by Betterhelp. Are stress and anxiety interfering with your happiness? Have you been considering seeing a therapist…
 
Artist and graphic novel author Gillian G shares her struggles with anxiety, her deep desire to be a prodigy, and how she confronted her father about his emotional neglect. Be sure to check out her new book Shirley & Jamila Save Their Summer. For More about Gillian go to www.GillianG.com Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp…
 
As co-hosts, this podcast has provided many opportunities to interview incredibly high-achieving people. Our line-up has included authors, designers, artists, academics, scientists, doctors, lawyers, CEO’s, and more! We’ve had these individuals on the show to discuss topics such as humans’ yearning to belong, steps we can take to begin mending raci…
 
#542 This week on the Anxiety Slayer podcast we’re talking about how to use EFT Tapping to ease the pain of loss We recently received a request from one of our Patrons who asked if we could create a Guided Tapping Session for releasing grief and easing loss. Tapping is such a supportive way to respond to grief, we decided to create a short course t…
 
Psychologist Dr. Gregory Kushnick discusses his specialty: Signs you're in a relationship with a narcissist. Check out his website manhattanpsychologist.com for more. The book mentioned in this episode is Healing The Shame That Binds by John Bradshaw. Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free wee…
 
Humans are social animals by nature. Throughout our existence, it has proved important to belong to groups in order to survive and thrive in our environments. The yearning to belong is so strong that, when it’s mismanaged, it can control our behavior in unhelpful ways that are inconsistent with our relationship values. In this episode of Psychologi…
 
One year ago, on May 25, 2020, the murder of George Floyd sparked social justice protests around the world. In this special bonus episode, we hear first from Dr. Jennifer Shepard Payne, who shares her powerful and heartfelt poem, The Curb, written in the days after George Floyd’s murder. Next Carynne Williams, a licensed clinical social worker and …
 
#541: Today Shann is speaking with Cody Edner and David Gandelman from the Energy Matters Academy about the power of meditation and energy work for anxiety relief. Cody Edner has been teaching meditation, energy healing, and intuitive awareness for over 35 years. He is the founder of IntuitiveVision.net, co-host of the Energy Matters podcast, and c…
 
Diane Sherry Case is an author and creative writing instructor with a specific focus on therapeutic writing. She and Paul discuss the power of writing in processing your emotions, including a few writing prompts that listeners can practice. For More on Diane www.Facebook.com/DianeSherryCasepage www.WriteForRecovery.com Support Our Sponsors! This ep…
 
For generations, girls have been taught a certain set of rules. These rules are rooted in harmful, patriarchal ideas about what it means to be feminine. Followers of these rules may be referred to as “Good Girls,” and though following these rules makes us more palatable for society, it makes us quieter, less powerful members of society as well. In …
 
From the outside our lives may look great, fun, and perfect! But sometimes, our lives get messy, complicated, and hard to handle because unexpected things happen. On top of that, some contextual situations make things extra hard for us: struggles with mental health, being of a different race, having a different gender identity, belonging to a diffe…
 
#540: Welcome back to the Anxiety Slayer Podcast. Today we’re responding to a question we get asked frequently - can anxiety cause random pains? Today’s Anxiety Slayer podcast is sponsored by Betterhelp. Are stress and anxiety interfering with your happiness? Have you been considering seeing a therapist but not sure where to start? Betterhelp will …
 
Comic artist and mental health advocate Dani Donovan @DaniDonovan joins Paul to unpack all things ADHD--including some surprising and lesser-known symptoms. Check out Dani's ADHD themed comics on her website adhddd.com For more about Dani Website: adhddd.com Patreon: patreon.com/danidonovan Social: Twitter: twitter.com/danidonovan TikTok: tiktok.co…
 
Do you struggle with overthinking problems? Do you think and think to the point of feeling anxious, hopeless, or stressed out? Have you ever tried to “think your way out” of one of these thought spirals? In this episode, Dr. Z discusses why it is important to develop a new relationship with your mind and how to do so. She shares three specific tips…
 
Frequently as podcast co-hosts (and as people), we make big, bold, uncomfortable moves towards things we value. As podcasters, these moves often look like asking high-profile researchers, scientists, clinicians, and influencers to be on our show. These social networking moves, though anxiety and imposter-syndrome inducing, have resulted in the crea…
 
#539: Welcome back to the Anxiety Slayer Podcast. Today we’re discussing the first mistake we make when anxiety strikes and what you can do to calm your mind and get back to living your life. Today’s Anxiety Slayer podcast is sponsored by Betterhelp. Are stress and anxiety interfering with your happiness? Have you been considering seeing a therapis…
 
Clinical psychologist, certified sex therapist and host of the Sexology Podcast (@SexologyPodcast ), Dr. Nazanin Moali, joins Paul to discuss the psychology of sexual desires and addictions. More about Dr. Moali website: https://sexologypodcast.com/ Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/ AASECT Certified Sex Therapist www.oas…
 
Today’s world is more digitally-based than ever before, and in this digital world, brands are constantly marketing their products to you. This constant, often covert marketing can negatively impact vulnerable consumers. In fact, this has become such a problem that in recent years the Federal Trade Commission has cracked down on influencers and cele…
 
Television Producer Glenn Mehan @GlenMee shares intimate portraits of his life including the difficult relationships with his parents and what it was like to be gay and in love in the 80s amid the AIDS epidemic. For more on Glenn www.Instagram.com/glenmee https://www.facebook.com/glenn.meehan.3 glenncmeehan@gmail.com Support Our Sponsors! This epis…
 
Our mission at Psychologists Off the Clock is to bring evidence-based psychological treatments and practices to the public. One of our favorite treatments is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (or ACT, pronounced as one word). In this episode, ACT experts, authors, and POTC co-hosts Diana and Debbie discuss how you can use ACT to get unstuck and thr…
 
Novelist Rebecca Rogers Maher joins Paul as they unpack the trauma surrounding childhood sexual abuse. They talk about the ways it can show up as an adult, the effects of secondary trauma, and the progress they’ve made in therapy & support groups. Check out Rebecca’s books https://www.amazon.com/Rebecca-Rogers-Maher/e/B003YUQULG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt…
 
In this episode of Psychologists Off The Clock, Jill and Julie Lythcott-Haims, “adulting” expert and author of How to be an Adult, discuss what is really involved in “adulting”. Listen in to this episode for practical advice on how to “adult”, how to raise adults, and how to foster adulting behaviors in young adults and older teenagers. Listen and …
 
In this conversation you will hear how Dr. Jill Stoddard, a TEDx speaker, author, ACT clinician, and mother of two children, practices self-compassion, develops a growth- mindset, and faces her fears of not being an expert on a given topic. If you like this episode, and feel generous, please write us a review! It helps with making this podcast avai…
 
#537: Shann is speaking with Michelle Chalfant, therapist, coach, popular podcaster, and author of The Adult Chair: A Guide to Loving Yourself. Listen in for a discussion about Michelle's revolutionary 3-step Adult Chair model that is helping millions of people all over the globe transform their lives from the inside out. If you love what you heard…
 
Mohogany opens up about her struggles with depression, self-harm, and addiction and how she navigated these issues as a young Black woman in a mostly-white community. She also shares moments from her life where she’s had to deal with painful racism. Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week …
 
In this episode, Dr. Z. share with you some tips on how to practice mindfulness-on-the-go when things go wrong, south, and terribly bad. Subscribe to playing-it-safe newsletter so you can get weekly research-based tips to handle all types of anxiety: https://www.thisisdoctorz.com/playing-it-safe-newsletter/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
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