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Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
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Explorations in Psychotherapy

Aníbal Henriques & Alexia Rothman, PhD

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Explorations in Psychotherapy is an Internal Family Systems informed audio podcast introducing authors whose work may be of great value and interest to the psychotherapy field and to all communities and practitioners in the helping professions who may benefit from a better understanding and integration of emerging perspectives.
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Season Two - The Quest. With special focus on the evolving crises of the 21st century. Season One - Psychotherapy: Jungian Approach to Healing. Season Three - En Español: la Psicología Junguiana y la Crisis de Nuestro Tiempo Illustration is by LINDSEY HARRIS, Jungian Analyst. It is the front cover of the book ”The Sower and the Seed”.
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Psychotherapy and Applied Psychology is hosted by Dr. Dan Cox, a professor at the University of British Columbia. This show delivers engaging discussions with the world's foremost research experts for listeners interested in or practicing psychotherapy or counseling to provide expert insights and practical advice into mental health, psychotherapy practice, and clinical training. This podcast provides valuable insights whether you are interested in psychotherapy, an applied psychology discipl ...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/divinechaos/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/divinechaos/subscribe We invite you to learn, grow, heal, and know you are not alone in this grand awakening classroom. Join Janine and her guests as they process Lessons from Love Itself and we all learn to live a little more "awake" each day in the Unified Field of Pure Love!
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Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Science of Psychotherapy magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist.
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Blaikie Psychotherapy

Blaikie Psychotherapy

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When we feel good about ourselves, our mental health, and are able to cope with our lives’ challenges, we have a positive impact on our friends, family members, co-workers and anyone else we interact with. Blaikie Psychotherapy specializes in managing anxiety and depression, grief and loss, as well as the mental health implications of chronic illness
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The Psychotherapy stories podcast is about describing the key vocabulary, concepts, and frames of reference in the provision of psychotherapy. The purpose of the podcast is to describe key concepts, provide a description of skills and tools, and describe opportunities of situations for implementing those ideas and tools.
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New Day Vitality Psychotherapy is a private practice located in Westchester NY and Bronx NY, with Founder and Director Colette Lopane Capella. New Day Vitality Psychotherapy offers individual, group, couples and family therapy. We are excited to bring this podcast to the public. We will be offering fun, informative, motivational and inspiring podcasts. We welcome you! Clopanetherapy.com Colette Lopane Capella, LMHC, Reiki Practitioner Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/ ...
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Join us for conversations with women who are leading from the heart. The intention for this podcast is to more deeply understand the need in the world for the qualities often associated with Feminine and to inspire wisdom and bliss in anyone interested in inviting more softness, spaciousness, fierceness, clarity and mystery into their lives and hearts. We will explore the stories and varying perspectives of women who are leading with soul in the realms of sexuality, embodiment, dreamwork and ...
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These podcasts will we hope give some enlightenment for people who want to regain themselves from the inside out. It is not theoretical, it's not heady, actually it is from the grass roots level of our perception. We will try to answer any questions in subsequent podcasts.Just email us at psychotherapyballinderry@gmail.com with any questions you might like to ask and we will try to cover them in future podcasts. Namaste
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Welcome! These podcasts address some of the common questions people have about animism, shamanic journeying, shamanic healing, the links between shamanism and psychotherapy (including things like Internal Family Systems Therapy), depth psychology, anthropology, ecotherapy, environmentalism, and more. The first two episodes are introductory ones. The first explores what shamanism is, how it differs from animism, how psychotherapy can contribute, and why we desperately need shamanic practices ...
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In this podcast for Balance Psychotherapy, the psychotherapist discusses the transformative potential of pain and how it can lead to healing, purpose, and a sense of mission. Through the examples of two clients—one dealing with past trauma and another struggling with sensory overload and societal expectations—the therapist emphasizes the importance…
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In this conversation, Dan chats with Dr. Matthew Large about his experiences in the field of mental health, his research on suicide prediction, and how Suicide Risk Assessment can often times be ineffective. Dan and Dr. Large dive into a number of hard-hitting topics in this 7th episode: the challenges of balancing clinical work and research, the l…
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In this episode, we discuss “reflective function,” which is a precursor to the concept of mentalization. Reflective function is best understood not as synonymous with mentalization, but as a scale from -1 to 9, based off certain adult attachment interview questions that measure the person’s ability to describe their own and others’ internal states,…
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Janine welcomes Dr. Don St. John today who shares insights from his recently published book, "Healing the Wounds of Childhood and Culture: An Adventure of a Lifetime." Together they explore how chronic tension and trauma create blocks to the awareness of Love's presence. Dr. Don shares some of his favorite modalities for releasing the wounds held w…
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Mick Cooper is a British existentialist who is most interested in how humanistic psychology can play a role in social change. As a leader in pluralistic psychotherapy, he is wary of the monoliths we espouse even down to the most basic concepts that the relationship is curative. In this week’s episode, he discusses how research has made him more ope…
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Among the topics we address are the Dual Nature of Self, Self’s “Agenda,” IFS as a Constraint-Release Model, Self as the Agent of Healing, the wisdom of Self, Self’s Development, Trauma and Self, Self and the Body, Restoring Trust in Self, and Self and Vulnerability.저자 Dick Schwartz, Aníbal Henriques, Alexia Rothman
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What is the origin of the destructiveness in humans towards the world of nature? We examine firstly the consequences, values and paradigms of Business Civilization such as removal from nature, hyper-technological rationalism, intense consumerism, over-emphasis on science and calculation, exaggerated individualism and so on. These become more intens…
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In this conversation, Dan speaks with Dr. Scott Miller about improving psychotherapy using feedback and using feedback to facilitate deliberate practice. The conversation covers Scott's journey in the field of therapy, his experiences in different settings, and the development of feedback-informed treatment (FIT). FIT involves soliciting formal fee…
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In today’s episode, we talk with Dr. Bruce Perry who co-authored, The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog, Born For Love: Why Empathy is Essential and Endangered, and What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing (2021). We are also joined by Megan White Zappitelli, M.D., a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and Maddison Hussey, M.…
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In this conversation, Dr. David Klonsky dives deep into the Three-Step Theory of Suicide, explaining why some people consider suicide and some attempt suicide. We begin the conversation with Dr. Klonsky talking about his side interest in combat sports and the psychology behind it. He shares his experience in martial arts and how it has influenced h…
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In today's episode, Jere and Janine explore cultural messaging that we are not enough as we are and must always be improving. Janine shares a quote from A Course in Miracles that teaches us that we are in a state of grace forever. They explore personal hooks by the ego that activate messages that we need to earn our worth. A Message from Love Itsel…
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For Kj Swanson, an upbringing in Christian purity culture did not metabolize as trauma. It wasn’t until her queer awakening that she realized just how much it aligned with her identity. As an academic working in theology, Kj has always been interested in the heart of matters. This week, she discusses with John the various ways this commitment to me…
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In this conversation, Dan welcomes Dr. Jon Elhai to discuss problematic smart phone and social media use. This conversation explores the addictive aspects of social media and smart phones; however, they are not recognized as addictive disorders in the DSM or ICD. They also discuss the risk factors for excessive internet use, such as long-standing i…
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Join us (Janine & Jere) as we unpack Love's message to Janine that comes in response to a week of emotionally triggering interactions. We process Love's guidance while interweaving our own past experiences about how to stay out of the reactive game and maintain our peace within the field of pure love. Love Itself reminds us all that Love is always …
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This week, Dan is joined by Dr. Jesse Owen, Dan and Jesse peruse what multicultural psychotherapy really is and how to apply the multicultural orientation framework in psychotherapy and clinical training. The conversation explores the concept of multicultural orientation (MCO) in psychotherapy/counseling. The MCO framework consists of three pillars…
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Join Kasia Makuch-Cole, London based psychotherapist and an academic, in meditations, tapping and in reflecting on affect, relationships and staying balanced. Kasia shares therapeutic techniques that she uses with her clients and creates beautiful and relaxing meditations. Stay balanced and breathe with joy again!…
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Join Kasia Makuch-Cole, London based psychotherapist and an academic, in meditations, tapping and in reflecting on affect, relationships and staying balanced. Kasia shares therapeutic techniques that she uses with her clients and creates beautiful and relaxing meditations. Stay balanced and breathe with joy again!…
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If you are struggling to understand and process pain and hurt... If you are struggling to learn to get to the Unified Field of Pure Love...If you want to know how to let Love Itself call your highest intentions into being...Then this episode is for you! It's such a simple concept and yet a deep and powerful practice. Join Janine on her very vulnera…
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In this episode, we are joined by a panel of experts to discuss treatment of psychosis. Experiences of psychosis are common. When these experiences lead to interference in achieving life goals and/or distress, individuals can benefit from seeking evidenced-based care. The earlier individuals experiencing psychosis come to treatment, the better the …
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For our first guest in years, John speaks with his friend Caleb Williams, a fellow psychotherapist in Seattle. Over dinner, they discuss Caleb’s affinity to the British psychoanalyst Neville Symington, their thoughts on narcissism and the neediness of masculinity. Less of an interview and more a study in the relationship of friend/colleague, John a…
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In this conversation, Dan talks with Dr. Katie Aafjes van Doorn about the effectiveness of teletherapy. Katie shares her perspective on teletherapy and its benefits, as well as the differences between phone and video therapy. They also explore the importance of the therapeutic presence in teletherapy and its potential impact on treatment outcomes. …
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In this conversation, Dan and Dr. Terence Tracey talk about therapist expertise. Terry explains the importance of routine outcome monitoring (ROM) and the limitations of therapist expertise. They delve into the concept of hypothesis testing and the value of disconfirming hypotheses. Overall, the conversation explores the themes of therapy effective…
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Join us today as we (Janine & Jere) process a recent training Janine received on Polyvagal Theory presented by Deb Dana. Together we explore how this information aligns with Love's invitation to return to our natural state in union with pure love. Janine reviews the 3 different autonomic states and how insight and observation empowers us to retrain…
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In this episode, we welcome back fan favorite Dr. Michael Cummings and ask questions sent in by listeners. Topics include Schizophrenia, Social Media Trends, and the SSRI controversy. We are thrilled to dedicate an episode that allows individuals to ask pointed questions and glean from Dr. Cummings' expertise.…
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In the premiere of season five, our host John Totten checks in with co-producer Mason Neely as they reflect on the last season of Between Us, the hiatus that followed, and the boundaries of the therapeutic purview. In a meandering conversation, John and Mason look inward at their own creative and family lives and forward to the upcoming season, a c…
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This is the final episode in this miniseries. It covers the following points. 1. A tipping point has been reached in the climate crisis past the 1.5 degree centigrade threshold and the planet is now in a stage of unpredictable runaway effects. 2. Climate defiance is in the ascendant and there is crisis, confusion, and perhaps despair in the Green r…
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Janine asked Love Itself this morning, "What message would you have for our listeners today?" And Love responded with a heartfelt message and reminder, "You are never alone!" Join Janine and Jere as they process the reality that we have times when we wonder if Love has abandoned us. How do we come back to accepting that we are not alone and that Lo…
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Join Janine today as she shares a new message from Love Itself that dives deep into the nuances of creating from the realm of Pure Love. Thank you so much for supporting our mission and considering subscribing and/or sharing Divine Chaos and Morning Minis with friends and family! We are grateful for your support! Please subscribe here for Daily Mor…
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Therapies of depth, insight, and relationship have been missing from, if not pushed out of, the public conversation on mental health treatment. After decades of attack from multiple fronts, these therapies are misunderstood, undervalued, and overlooked by the general public. In order to address this challenge and change this trajectory, we must sta…
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Join Janine as she shares a compelling lesson from Love Itself which explains in 5 steps the process of releasing the ego and entering the Energetic Field of Pure Love. Within this field, we remember who we are, and thus allow Love Itself to guide us and support us in attracting the joy, bliss, happiness, and abundance that is Love's will for us. J…
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In this Episode, Dr. David Puder, Dr. Adam Borecky, and Joanie Burns discuss the 5-factor approach to holistic, patient-centered psychiatric care. This approach takes into account that each individual who seeks care is unique in their physiological and psychological make-up and that multiple factors influence both physical and mental health (for be…
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The Applied Psychology Podcast is hosted by Dan Cox and features conversations with the world's foremost applied psychology experts. We cover a variety of applied psychology topics such as psychotherapy, mental health, happiness, interpersonal relationships, and much more. Listen to engaging and insightful episodes by subscribing to The Applied Psy…
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The green climate agenda is going backwards. Fifteen examples from across the world are given. Preparing for survival on a degraded planet should be a policy with the status of a national emergency. Practical policy responses are put forward for rising seas levels.저자 Alan Mulhern
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Anthony W. Bateman and Dr. Peter Fonagy to discuss their expertise on Mentalization. Mentalization refers to the capacity to reflect upon and understand one's own state of mind and the states of mind of others. This involves recognizing and making sense of one's own and others’ emotions, beliefs, needs and desi…
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Join Janine today as she shares her emotional process in moving through blocks to connect with All Love. She shares how feelings of unworthiness can hide beneath grief and thus block our ability to tap into Love's presence. As we bring all of this to love and practice self-forgiveness we then move ourselves into the power of union with all love. A …
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Dr. Jonathan Shedler is well known for his work on the efficacy of psychodynamic therapy. He has highlighted the importance of the initial phase of therapy in establishing a foundation for successful treatment. Dr. Shedler strongly believes the consultation phase is crucial to developing a working alliance between client and therapist and building …
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