DiscoverTeenager Therapy
Teenager Therapy
Claim Ownership

Teenager Therapy

Author: Teenager Therapy | Flighthouse

Subscribed: 3,796Played: 57,265
Share

Description

Five stressed, sleep deprived, yet energetic teens sit down and talk about the struggles that come with being a teenager. Is high school really as bad as everyone says?
113 Episodes
Reverse
In this episode we bring on Jen, a specialist from the Trevor Project, to talk about all things pronouns, being non-binary, and LGBTQ issues during a pandemic. Enjoy! "Jennifer Dihenia (they/them pronouns) is a Crisis Services Shift Supervisor at The Trevor Project, who identifies as nonbinary. They have been a part of the organization for 5 years — first as a volunteer on the Lifeline, and then transitioning into a role on staff supporting counselors in the chat and text program as they talk to LGBTQ youth in crisis across the country. As a part of the Crisis Services team, Jennifer also supports the organization in training new counselors as they build skills to support the young people who reach out for support. Additionally, Jennifer is in a doctorate program for clinical psychology and hopes to be able to build upon their experience at The Trevor Project in supporting LGBTQ youth."
You guys told us you really enjoy the casual episodes so here is us rambling about absolutely nothing of value throughout the entire podcast. Anyways, go stream Grand Army on Netflix!!
Religion? Siblings? Seasonal depression? Anything goes in this episode. Enjoy!   New drop: teenagertherapy.com @teenagertherapy on all socials  teenagertherapypodcast.com
We talked about why cheating is necessary for HS, our struggles with virtual learning, and the stress of college applications. This is episode 1 in our Back-To-School-Blues series, presented by Betr! Check out Betr at livebetr.com and @betr everywhere!
BIDEN WON

BIDEN WON

2020-11-0738:491

BIDEN WONNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!! Anyways, we talk about the election and everything going on. This was recorded 2 days before we found out who won so keep that in mind.  *We wrongly referred to prop 18 as prop 17*
We talked about the feeling you get when you suddenly run out of social battery. Also how it's much easier to overshare with strangers than your friends. 
In honor of World Mental Health Day, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down with us for a conversation about prioritizing mental health, removing the stigma around the issue, and how we can all contribute to a healthier world: physically, mentally, emotionally, holistically. "The Duke and Duchess learned about teenager therapy from a New York Time profile on the hosts and show a few months ago. They listened to a few episodes and were so impressed with the show and the grace and honesty of the young hosts. They knew immediately that they wanted to support their important work." We cannot emphasize enough how honored we are to be able to bring you this important conversation. We hope you enjoy it and find something you can apply to your life. Take care of yourself, you deserve to be loved.  This episode is presented by Headspace.  Go to headspace.com/code and use code PRTEENTHERAPY for a free month!
We talk about our experiences with losing a loved one,  saying goodbye to family, and appreciating the moment you're in. 
We had the chance to talk to Shalom about blowing up on tiktok, being a singer, and her experience with crocs! haha enjoy :)
Need to clear your head or stop thinking about a certain scenario? Then this is the episode for you hehe listen when you need some company and or need to get out of your head. :)
Ondreaz talked to us about his experience in high school, his mentality, and his thoughts on internet toxicity. Hope you enjoy it!
This is the best episode we've ever recorded. It's a raw, honest, and uncomfortable conversation about the realities of our friendship. It is a situation that will feel familiar to all of you, as we all go through it but we rarely know what to make of it. We hope you can take something valuable out of it.
This episode got more emotional than we planned. This is a really special one, I hope you enjoy it!
We talked to Danielle Cohn about her entire life basically. Enjoy episode 99.5 of TT. 100th episode on Tuesday!!
So someone dropped a very big announcement during this episode... shocking, to say the least. Anyways, we talk about the fear of hurting others, cheating, and lying in a relationship. 
We talked to Ellie Zeiler about her sudden virality on Tik Tok, looking like Charli D'Amelio, and what she plans on doing outside of Tik Tok. Ellie is the absolute sweetest so I hope you enjoy this interview with her! You can also watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/hKOhaYcYbv0
Basically we go on a rant about influencers who sell basic overpriced merch to their fans and never put any real thought into the design. Also, we talk about social distancing! Hope you enjoy it!
We talked to Andrea about doing Youtube since she was 13, only posting for money, depression, therapy, and a lot more. Hope you enjoy it! You can also watch the interview on the Teenager Therapy Youtube channel. 
We recorded a video version as well so go to our youtube if you want to see us! There's also extra Isaac footage in the video since he couldn't join us in this podcast. Enjoy! 
Is Acne beautiful? Is it harmful to preach Acne is beautiful? How do you deal with the insecurities that come with having acne? We discuss all these things and also talk about Gael's experience with Accutane. Enjoy!
loading
Comments (20)

M i l k y T e a

I'm having this problem. I want to tell my friend that she is being a little toxic but I'm scared to tell her. What can I do to tell her or do I not tell her? Can you please help me.

Oct 3rd
Reply

Zantilo

Just really cool people in general

Oct 2nd
Reply

Zantilo

Awesome teenager podcast

Oct 2nd
Reply

B.

This made me cry. Real shit. Sad shit.

Aug 10th
Reply

Kelsey Eanes

I think that you dont have to necessarily believe your acne is beautiful, but that shouldn't stop you from believing you can be beautiful, while still having acne. idk if that makes sense but when you say acne isn't beautiful it makes a person think that because they have acne they CAN'T be beautiful or that their acne makes them less attractive. so I think that you dont have to think acne is beautiful but believe you're still beautiful even if you have it. hope that makes sense.

Jul 26th
Reply

Yanky Spiegelman

And one more related comment about Asian parents: https://youtu.be/JTG54cLbXCg

Jul 23rd
Reply

Yanky Spiegelman

Oh, and Gael, you played the therapist well in this episode. You ask good questions, you listen well.

Jul 23rd
Reply

Yanky Spiegelman

I listened to Thomas's recounting of his experience running for president, and his honest and we'll articulated expression of his not feeling validated by his parents. I have heard that this pressure to be a superachiever is not uncommon with Asian parents in the US. I feel you. You can tell your parents how you feel but they may not understand as well as you would like. Sometimes we are born into a family that is less than perfect. Thomas has a lot of positive qualities and I'm sure he has and will accomplish awesome things. He is fortunate to have good friends (like you guys) who can give him the validation he needs. Everyone needs validation. On the other hand, it is also advisable not to care too much what people think of us. Anyway, Thomas, you're awesome, you're young, this too shall pass...

Jul 23rd
Reply

teenager therapy enthusiast

I love terrace house its such a feel good cute tv show.

Nov 12th
Reply

Angela

So glad I found this Podcast! I’m a mom of a fourteen year old boy who just started his first year of high school. I love listening to every one of you and all the things you go through as a teen. It’s courageous to speak out and express your feelings, wish more teens would do this. Keep up the good work... you all are amazing! 🌟

Sep 26th
Reply

mohammad sadeghi

Hi friends . When I hear Thomas's voice .I feel he is very cool and clear .I like him . My name is Muhammad Farid I'm from Iran.

Sep 11th
Reply (1)

Anne-Marie

this episods feels highkey like a reality show i cried i laughed. friendship ! struggles ! arent ! talked ! about ! enough !

Aug 8th
Reply

Yanky Spiegelman

Good episode guys. One correction. A person can avoid Type II diabetes by eating right and exercise/physical activity, but even if he develops diabetes he can reverse it by the same thing - serious physical activity and eating the right foods. Some physicians don't know this, because they were educated in medical schools that were kind of influenced by big drug companies who unfortunately like the profits from selling medications a little too much.

Aug 8th
Reply (1)

Bivian Zin

this is cool, I'm glad I found it

Jul 16th
Reply (1)

محمد صادقی تهرانی

I want to learn British accent with your talking

Nov 23rd
Reply (2)
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store