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TV personality Casey Scott has taken the first step. He is confronting his addiction. Now what? Join Casey on his journey to become a better person, one day at a time, new from KSL Podcasts. With the expert help of licensed psychologist, Dr. Matt Woolley, Casey's struggle may remind you of your own. Whether you're addicted to alcohol, drugs, social media or pornography- this podcast won't make you stop. That's up to you. But if you want help, or you want to help someone you love, subscribe f ...
 
A podcast for curious people who know that there is no one right answer for how to live your best life. Finding new ideas about how to improve, and trying them out, is important! Join Danielle McCombs and Kristy Olinger, friends with similar mindsets and different perspectives, as they share the big and small ideas that changed them and test out new things in the ongoing trial and error of life. It’s short, fun, and easy to listen to… and it’s the opposite of small talk.
 
Let’s not reinvent the wheel- let’s replace it with the latest model and put a new spin on life! With a lack of male voices in the world of therapy, self-help, and parenting, The Dude Therapist Podcast will help fill the void and give men and women alike a safe space to have an open conversation and grow. As a trained therapist, I provide an informed, fun, and relatable male perspective on everything from mental health, men's issues, parenting, and just being a human. Whether you want to und ...
 
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is the founder of Todd Sylvester Inspires, where he mentors and coaches people from all over the world. As a Mentor & Mindset Coach he has help thousand find joy again in their lives. He also coaches at the greatest university on the planet – Wasatch Recovery! In 1989 he founded the non-profit, anti-drug entity Sly Dog “Drug-Free That’s Me, whi…
 
Dr. Brad Reedy is a Co-owner and Clinical Director of Evoke Therapy Programs, an experientially-based therapy program for adolescents, young adults, and families. Previously, as owner and partner, Brad served as a primary therapist, Clinical Director, and Executive Director for Second Nature Wilderness Programs helping that program to become the mo…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley talk about Casey's recent trip to North Carolina, getting asked whether or not he could have a beer during his trip, and what he's learned that has helped him throughout his recovery over the past couple of years. Then we talked about Casey being able to get rid of his interlock device in his…
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery joins us today for another episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark and I discuss addiction and the holidays. This is a difficult time for families who have a loved one struggling with addiction. Often, the family wants to get them help now but the one struggling wants to wait until after the ho…
 
Jud Brewer, MD, Ph.D. (“Dr. Jud”) is a New York Times best-selling author and thought leader in the field of habit change and the “science of self-mastery,” who blends over 20 years of experience with mindfulness training and a career in scientific research. He is passionate about understanding how our brains work, and how to use that knowledge to …
 
Marc is a Coach, Educational Consultant and Mental Health Advocate with lived experience of depression and over a decade of experience creating interactive workshops that have empowered thousands of individuals and organizations with practical tools to manage stress, provide emotional support, and break the stigma around Mental Illness. He is certi…
 
As children we have a natural tendency towards the superpowers of curiosity, resilience, authenticity, compassion, and playfulness. Somewhere along the way, the customs of adulthood lead us to prioritize efficiency and control. In this episode, we talk with Lynae Steinhagen, co-author of the new book The Five Lost Superpowers. We talk about appreci…
 
In this week's episode, Dr. Matt Woolley is joined by Dr. Howard Weeks MD, MBA (Chief Medical Officer at Pathlight Mood and Anxiety) to talk about the relationship between psychology and psychiatry in the recovery process, how medications that typically help promote positive recovery hasn't evolved throughout the years, and the rise of ketamine to …
 
Dr. Cara Goodwin, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and a mother to three children. She specializes in child development and has spent years researching child psychology and neuroscience and providing therapy and clinical services for children of all ages. She also recently wrote a children’s book titled “What to Do When You Feel Like Hittin…
 
The Piano Guys Steven Sharp Nelson opens up and shares challenges he’s had as a touring musician and how his LDS beliefs have sustained him on this episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall. As a founding member of The Piano Guys, Steven tours the world performing to sold out audiences and reveals the pressure associated with showing up. The Piano Guy…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Ian Hacker to talk about the inspiration behind creating Fit to Recover, why he never felt good enough growing up, and how seeing a close friend pass away in front of him created a lot of untreated trauma during his teenage years. Ian always dives into his experience with abusin…
 
Arron Muller is the Chief Operating Officer and Therapist at Life Matters alongside his wife Dr. Trudy-Ann Gayle. Life Matters Psychological Services located in Valley Stream, New York. Arron is also a School Social Worker. Prior to this he provided counseling to teens and adults battling substance abuse. Arron Muller provides Individual and Couple…
 
Dr Lisa Ferrari and Dr Carla Fry are clinical psychologists that have been teaming up as authors, creators, and entrepreneurs for over a decade. They’re affectionately known by folks with whom they collaborate as The Dr.F’s. Dr Ferrari and Dr Fry each bring their own scope of practice and expertise to the table, but what they both share is a thunde…
 
Confucius told us that if we choose a job we love, we’ll never work another day in our lives. This idea that we need to find our singular passion is a message that starts in our childhood and weighs on us as adults. Terri Trespicio is challenging us to rethink the conventional wisdom around what we need to succeed in her new book, Unfollow Your Pas…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley open up about the dangers that pornography has on our youth, how parents can openly talk about the reality of pornography within our culture, and why we need to be better at preparing our children for the hardships that they'll face in the real world. Then we talk about different ways to safe…
 
Dr. Nikki Sammet is known for being a chiropractor for the mind. She is a mindset and business coach for high-achieving women. She empowers her clients to craft goals, push past fear-based limitations, and create an expansive mindset. Nikki is passionate about leading workshops, group training, and providing one-on-one coaching. She is a high-energ…
 
Alyssa was born in Ukraine, & then adopted at the age of 4, where she moved to the US to be with her new family. She has a rare condition (1 in 1,000,000) called Paraxial Tibial Hemimelia which caused her right tibia (large, lower leg bone; aka “shin”) to not develop. Because of this, she had to have her right lower leg amputated so she could wear …
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Gentry Jones to talk about not feeling like she belonged in fifth grade following her parent's separation, how it led to her experimenting with alcohol when she was in seventh grade, and why her abuse evolved when she began attending college. Then we dive into Gentry's decision …
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery, and Ryan Decker, our Marketing Director, joins us today for another episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark, Ryan, and I discuss the Power of Culture. Roger Banister was the first person to run a mile under 4 minutes. Before he accomplished this amazing feat, the culture of the world believed …
 
Jayson Gaddis is an author, relationship expert, and coach who teaches people the one class they didn’t get in school – “How To Do Relationships.” Jayson leads one of the most in-depth and comprehensive relationship education programs and trains relationship coaches all over the world. Jayson has thousands of fans and followers across multiple chan…
 
Megan Johnson, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist, educator, therapist, and researcher specializing in trauma and brain-behavior relationships. In addition to her role as a staff psychologist at a hospital in Los Angeles, she also provides therapy and supervises clinicians in training at Woven Together Trauma Therapy in Santa Monica, CA. She…
 
We’ve all been there. That feeling of complete overwhelm and too much to do, when you say ‘Yes’ to every opportunity that comes towards you. In this episode we talk with Becky Morrison, author and happiness coach, about untangling the mess of your to do list so you can make intelligent decisions on what to let go of and then make better decisions m…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Tyler Gould to talk about his experience growing up in a traditional Utah household, getting kicked out of school for selling his ADD medication, and the events that led him to "chase the high" at fifteen years old. Tyler also shares his experience with moving away from his fami…
 
Kristen Gingrich is a licensed clinical social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor in the state of Maine. She currently works in community mental health as a program supervisor as well as an outpatient therapist during the week but on the weekends you can find her on TikTok and Instagram breaking down the stigma of mental health by bein…
 
Johnny Crowder is a 28-year-old suicide/abuse survivor, TEDx speaker, touring musician, mental health and sobriety advocate, and the Founder & CEO of Cope Notes, a text-based mental health platform that provides daily support to users in nearly 100 countries around the world. Armed with 10 years of clinical treatment, a psychology degree from the U…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Dan Fosmark to talk about growing up in a great household with a loving family but struggling to cope with a couple of shoulder injuries that derailed his hopes of playing football. He also dives into his experience with medications during his time as a collegiate shot-putter wh…
 
Kaitlin Is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Women’s Empowerment Coach, AnxietyExpert, Author, and (as she says) a bit of a hot mess mama/human! Kaitlin lives in Petaluma (just north of San Francisco) where she runs a private practice that specializes in providing innovative and evidence-based treatment for Anxiety Disorders, Depression, …
 
When something negative is weighing you down, your first instinct might not be to show gratitude. But that’s exactly what Karl Staib has found helpful in his life and recommends to clients with his Dig to Fly method. Karl is a speaker and coach that helps people understand their struggles and turn them into stepping stones. We talk about reflection…
 
Vanessa Quigley is the mother of 7 and co-founder of Chatbooks, a software company with a mission to strengthen families. She holds a degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from Brigham Young University and worked as a professional singer and actress before becoming an entrepreneur. She was named Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Chris Hill to talk about Chris's experience drinking alcohol at a young age, how his parent's divorce opened the floodgates for his substance abuse, and the first time he tried meth at seventeen. Chris also opens up about some of the struggles that he faced during his addiction …
 
Amanda Booth is an actress, model, and mama based in Los Angeles. She has appeared on network television shows such as Hot In Cleveland, Maron, and Community. Her campaign work includes advertisements for Lancome, Fiat, Hersheys, Target, and Old Navy. Her focus has broadened since becoming a mother in 2014 to a son with Down Syndrome. Amanda is now…
 
Leah Katz, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist practicing in Portland, Oregon. Originally from New York, she completed her doctorate training at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. While living in New York, Dr. Katz worked at a community clinic where she led several groups, treated individuals and couples in therapy, and taught at Stern College fo…
 
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Todd Sylvester to talk about how his all-or-nothing mentality began to fuel his success in high school basketball but also began to plant the desire for addiction as he began to party on the weekends. Then Todd opens up about how his partying completely got out of control during…
 
Dr. Cassidy Freitas is a mom to three and a licensed marriage and family therapist practicing in San Diego, California. She specializes in peripartum wellness for the whole family and hosts the top-rated podcast Holding Space where she shares conversations with postpartum and parenting experts from around the world. Offers: Prepared Postpartum: a v…
 
Mark Richards, the owner of Wasatch Recovery, joins us today for another episode of The Wasatch Way. In this episode, Mark and I discuss the healing power of getting to the core of the issue. Neale Donald Walsch states, "our behaviors are sponsored by our beliefs." If you or if someone you know is feeling alone, lost, and not connected this episode…
 
Julie Lythcott-Haims believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. She is the New York Times bestselling author of the anti-helicopter parenting manifesto How to Raise an Adult which gave rise to a TED Talk that has more than 5 million views. Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry memoir Re…
 
Creativity is our elemental human gift and has been proven to influence resilience, confidence in the face of uncertainty, critical thinking, empathy, and more. Dr. Caroline Brookfield is a speaker who leverages research and data to help audiences realize the value of embracing everyday creativity. In this episode we discuss what creativity is, the…
 
Dr. Laura Froyen has her PhD in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Couple and Family Therapy. Laura combines trauma-informed practices with the latest in child development research to help families find more peace, calm, & connection. She teaches conscious parenting & communication with heaping doses of grace and compassi…
 
On the 30th Episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Jordon Bell, a mountain man from Oakridge, Tennessee discusses his experience on a wilderness survival reality TV show. They discuss how Jordon has survive the loss of his daughter to congenital heart disease (CHD) and what he hopes can change for other families affected by CHD. How did his daught…
 
Esther Boykin is a psychotherapist who wants to live in a world where everyone believes that Therapy Is Not A Dirty Word. As the CEO of Group Therapy Associates, a private practice in the DC metro area, she works every day to make mental health accessible, innovative, and culturally relevant for all people. In 2017 Esther launched Therapy Is Not A …
 
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