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Setting boundaries is among the most common #thingsyoulearnintherapy. However, you don't always need a therapist to learn how to set a boundary! This episode, my guest, Tatiana Rojas, joins me to talk all things boundaries. Small boundaries, big boundaries, easy boundaries and hard boundaries...you'll hear about them all! We define what it really means to need to set a boundary in your relationship, as well as tips on how to do it well. If you have been struggling in a relationship or friendship, this may be the episode for you!This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
So this week, you get an EXTRA episode. :) HOORAY!!I just loved hearing my guest, Rachel Elder, share her couples' therapy tips on this episode. She had so many practical and helpful ideas for couples, most of which are easy to try at home today! This episode is for couples who may be newly dating, but also for those who have been together for many, many years. Check out this episode to learn all sorts of #thingsyoulearnintherapy You can learn more about Rachel at: Instagram: racheleldercoachingFacebook: Building Stronger RelationshipsThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
When things don't make sense, we often look for "meaning" to cope or better understand the world around us. This episode, my amazing friend and psychologist, Dr. Paula Kline, joins me on the podcast to have DEEP conversation about meaning making. I'll admit, at first, I was both enamored and a little overwhelmed with the "bigness" of these hard questions we talk about during this episode. But by the end, I found myself being mind-blown about the simplicity, yet challenges, around meaning making in and out of the therapy room. You will NOT want to miss out on this episode of #thingsyoulearnintherapy.As always, thanks for tuning in folks!! Your support matters more than you know!You can learn more about Dr. Paula Kline at www.reflectpc.comThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
This episode was the most informative episodes I have done on the wellbeing of moms (and dads) around the childbirth period. If you've had a child, or are planning to have a child, this episode will bring to light SO.MANY.THINGS. Megan's expertise in issues around mental wellness and having babies was astounding. You will definitely learn something new, feel better about your childbirth/first year of newborn experience. I know I did! Like, listen and share! #thingsyoulearnintherapy #makewordsmatterMegan MacCutcheon is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Perinatal Mental Health practitioner who helps overwhelmed moms find a sense of balance while raising young children. As a busy mom of three, Megan knows that motherhood is a juggling act. She loves teaching tools and strategies to help moms de-stress and embrace self-care so they can better navigate challenges associated with parenting. She is passionate about spreading awareness regarding the various and very common perinatal mood and anxiety disorders women can experience, and enjoys supporting moms through healing and finding fulfillment in their journeys. Megan also specializes in helping women and young adults build self-esteem and has published four books on the topic. You can find her online at www.meganmaccutcheon.com and download her free guides at www.meganmaccutcheon.com/resourcesThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
"Therapy doesn’t change the memory, rather it changes the way the memory is stored." YES! I am so thankful for my guest this week, Dr. Jen Blanchette, and her expertise in EMDR. But I was also enamored with her integration of whole-body wellness and how she uses that in the therapy room. This episode is FULL of so many #thingsyoulearnintherapy!Dr. Jen Blanchette, a licensed psychologist, trauma (PTSD) expert, fitness expert, and concussion clinician who tailors coaching to your mental health and total wellness. You can find her on her website: TBI Therapist or Facebook/Instagram tbitherapistThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
Have you wondered why the pandemic continues to change us all so much?? Feel like you can't take ONE.MORE.CHANGE.?  This episode with Dr. Akua Boateng will inspire and strengthen  you. Realizing that our reactions to social distancing is about so much more than just the physical distance - Dr. Boateng clarifies all of this and what to do about it! Listen, like, and share!Dr. Boateng, a native of California, is a licensed psychotherapist with an emphasis in individual and couples therapy.  With 13 years of experience in clinical practice and education, she specializes in an integrative approach to treating anxiety, depression, mood disorders, work concerns, grief, couple and relationship issues and several other emotional concerns. Due to her passion for relationships and couple work, she completed a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Eastern University in Philadelphia, PA. She presently works in private practice in South Philadelphia. Dr. Boateng’s desire is for individuals to overcome their personal obstacles that often create barriers in relationships. She works with clients to take ownership of their emotional health, become aware of unhealthy patterns and work toward a more authentic existence so that they can partner well. https://www.akuakboateng.comFacebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn:Akua K BoatengPersonal work/Inquiries:inquiries@akuakboaeteng.comThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast  Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
Ever made negative comments about yourself or thought you were a terrible person after making a simple (or not so simple) mistake??  This episode is an AMAZING reminder of how to show self-compassion - in the same light that we give compassion to other people. My guest, Nicole McNelis, shared some really helpful tips that you can use today!Nicole McNelis is a licensed mental health therapist and maternal mental health counseling specialist. Nicole talks with her hands, wears her heart on her sleeve, and does not have an inside voice. Her therapy clients frequently remark on her straightforward and engaging style of counseling. Nicole operates her very own counseling private practice in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – where she also resides with her family. She is a mom to two of the most energetic, curious, and full-of-life little boys.  Nicole’s therapy practice focuses on the needs of women, moms, and mom-to-be. Her practice is woman-centered and creates space for women to explore their own unique and important challenges. Nicole has been featured as a mental health expert in print publications, online media, books, and podcasts.  She uses a blend of candor, humor, and deep authenticity to fully engage her audience.   Passionate about supporting women through life transitions both big and small, Nicole helps women move through the overwhelm and exhaustion of juggling it all – all the time. www.nicolemcnelis.comThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast  Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
Anxiety is a part of life for many of us. Today, my guest describes the difference between "Big A anxiety" and "Little A anxiety". If you are person who has anxiety (either regularly or from time to time), you will want to hear what my new friend, Sierra Dator, has to say about it. Also - if you have a young woman in your life, you will want to check out her MANY resources for creating a "wise girl" in your life. This episode, and Sierra, were SO GOOD. Enjoy all the #thingsyoulearnintherapy. Like, share and comment!!Sierra Dator is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years experience working with youth, adults, and families dealing with depression, anxiety, OCD, and life adjustment challenges.   She has a full time private practice in Petaluma, CA.  Sierra is also the owner and facilitator of Wise Girl Workshops, an innovative wellness program for parents and girls offering unique workshop experiences, girl and parent coaching, helpful tips, and motivation to help girls and parents live life at their best.  Sierra Dator, MSW, LCSW    https://sierradator.com/ Wise Girl Workshops   https://wisegirlworkshops.com/ Facebook Wise Girl Workshops   https://www.facebook.com/wisegirlworkshops/ Facebook Sierra Dator, MSW, LCSW   https://www.facebook.com/sierradatorlcsw/ Instagram Wise Girl Workshops   https://www.instagram.com/wise_girl_workshops/ Instagram Sierra Dator, MSW, LCSW   https://www.instagram.com/sierra_dator_lcsw/ This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast  Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com If you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
In relationships, communication is EVERYTHING. This episode, communication guru, Jacque Tyrrell shares VERY practical strategies for how to communicate well - including arguing well! She has acronyms and "playlists" and references to football that will keep you engaged and able to remember her tips during your next conflict. This episode has so many #thingsyoulearnintherapyHere's a bit more about Jacque:I am a licensed social worker and I am skilled in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), coaching, communication skills, and mindset. I really enjoy teaching the "why" and "how" of things and have a knack for using relatable similes and metaphors. Overall, I have 10 years combined experience working within the human service field as an agent of change, serving youths and their families as an advocate, mentor, and coach. As a change agent, I have worked as a behavior interventionist and skill builder with at-risk youth, a case manager of teens with disabilities preparing them for life after school, a resource broker for families and communities, and three years so far as a practicing therapist. I am honored to have been apart of so many journeys and I hope to keep seeing the awesome work people put into themselves and others!You can find her at  https://www.therapyden.com/therapist/jacque-tyrrell-towson-md or email jtyrrell.msw@gmail.comThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com If you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
Your brain will always listen to what you tell it. WHAT?!?!  This was exactly the reframe I needed during this episode!  There were SO MANY things in this episode I want you all to hear. It was so powerful to hear her take on how to stop automatic negative thoughts and the tangible ways we all get stuck (and out of our stuckness!). Check this episode out!! And be sure to check out her website and follow her on social media as well!Amanda Kostura is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Bachelor's of Psychology, a Minor in Child and Family Development, as well as a Master's of Social Work from the University of Akron. Her experiences in both direct practice and administrative positions have created expertise in treating anxiety, chronic health/pain and developmental and generational trauma. Amanda specializes in a mind-body approach for healing and optimal wellness. She has a strong passion for working with oppressed/disenfranchised populations including LGBTQ+ and people of color. Amanda is also committed to empowering the next generation of wellness professionals through training supervision of social workers acquiring independent licensing, and ongoing education of those currently practicing in the field.Website: www.carvemypath.org Podcast: https://anchor.fm/gyptw Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8V_qU18LBESqzJJn72ITQThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com If you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6
In a world where listening deeply continues to be a challenge for most of us, this episode is a great reminder of the power of listening both widely and deeply. We also explore the meaning (and impact) of being an introvert, extrovert, and ambivert. And if you have never heard of the "highly sensitive person" - you will want to hear our discussion about that!  Dr. Michael Alcee was an amazing, highly-talented guest (WHO HAS ALSO DONE A TEDX TALK!!) on the episode today and I am honored he said "yes" to my invitation t join me. Like, listen, share, and comment!Michael Alcée, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Tarrytown, NY and Mental Health Educator at Manhattan School of Music. He specializes in the psychology of artists and everyday creativity and the professional development of therapists. His contributions have appeared in The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The New York Post, NPR, Salon.com, and on the TEDx stage. His forthcoming book from Norton entitled Therapeutic Improvisation: How to Stop Winging It and Own It as a Therapist will be out in May 2022.  Book LinkTherapeutic Improvisation Websitehttps://michaelalcee.com/ This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast  Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com If you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
One of the "emerging trends" of 2022 (in response to the COVID-19 pandemic) include women's issues in the workplace. Today, my friend and fellow therapist, Kali Wolken, joins me to talk about career issues and how they overlap with mental health issues. We focus on specific ways women can better support themselves (and other women!).  We also talk about stepping away from a job, volunteering, and how self-esteem is woven throughout. We hope you find meaningful things in this episode!Here's a bit of info about Kali:If I had to pick a single quote that represents my perspective on career journeys it would be from J.R.R. Tolkein's The Fellowship of the Ring: "Not all who wander are lost." Life is full of twists and changes and the unexpected, and sometimes, we find ourselves wandering more than we'd like. We worry that we've become lost on our journey, but I believe we may just need a new perspective. As a licensed counselor in the states of Indiana and Michigan, I love supporting individuals in their career journeys. Prior to opening my company The Lookout Point, I served clients at Still Waters Professional Counseling for 11 years. My favorite part in working with people is hearing their story and knowing that a little outside perspective and direction can help clients recognize how their past impacts their present and how they can make informed decisions about their present to shape and direct their future. Links: www.thelookoutpoint.com (has access to my blog, podcast, and information about my company)contact: kali@thelookoutpoint.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLookoutPointThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
When I first connected with Dr. Kelly Savery, I thought, "I already love this." :)  I have always felt a connection to trees. I have trees all over my house, around my house. I find myself pondering and wondering about things when I'm with trees. And frankly, I just thought I was WEIRD. lolWell...along came Dr. Kelly Savery. And she shares the MOST amazing ways we can further connect with trees, nature, and the world around us in more beautiful ways. She talks about how she uses trees and nature within the therapy room to aid in grounding and developing goals. This. Episode. Will. Inspire. You.  FOR SURE.  Here is a bit more about Kelly. (WHO...by the way is from the UK - so her accent is super awesome too!)  Dr Kelly Savery is trauma psychologist in the UK, who was born and raised in Bermuda. As a trauma psychologist, her goal is to help people find their roots and build a strong core so that they can grow into strong, resilient people. Dr Kelly works with people who’ve endured trauma of all kinds, but she specializes in working with individuals who have experienced sexual abuse. Dr Kelly loves nature. Her work is inspired by lessons we can learned from trees. Website: www.taprootpsychology.com Instagram: taproot_psychology This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
What do you get when you have two psychologists, talking about mental wellness??  You get THIS EPISODE! We talk everything from traumatic growth to male/female expectations (as they relate to emotions especially!) to "how did we get here?" discussions. Jerry's background in the services, as well as coaching/fitness/wellness, is evident in his overall style and is such a great contribution to this episode (and the field!). Here is a bit more about Jerry "Sunshine" Novack.  Wouldn’t it be nice to have one resource that could provide fitness, financial, professional, social, and psychological information and coaching?  This is exactly what Dr. Jerry “Sunshine” Novack provides.  A certified personal trainer (NASM) since 1997, Dr. Sunshine received his BA in Public Relations in 1995, his MA in Counselor Education in 2006, and his PhD in Counseling Psychology in 2012.  After completing his doctorate, Dr. Sunshine commissioned as an officer and active-duty psychologist in the US Air Force.  In 2019, Dr. Sunshine left active service under honorable conditions and accepted work as a civilian psychologist. Dr. Sunshine transitioned out of clinical work into coaching in 2021 and is currently adding a financial coaching credential to his resume’.  Dr. Sunshine has published multiple articles and book chapters in a variety of academic journals and popular media.  He was given the name “Sunshine” by his brothers and sisters in B.A.C.A. ( https://bacaworld.org ) as a nod to his “Sunny New Jersey disposition.”This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
The road to recovery is very personal. It can be long and treacherous; or shorter and smoother. This episode, I invited Christina Rife to share her expertise in working with people in recovery. We explore specific ideas within the substance use world, as well as strategies that she uses in her therapy room - while also sharing some of her own experiences. Here is a bit more about our guest today:Christina Rife is a licensed professional counselor, and the creator of "So, Now What? The Journal of Self-Discovery in Sobriety". She has been sober in her recovery for the last ten years. Chrissy empathizes and seeks to activate the healing journey for women looking to improve their overall health and well-being while navigating the challenges in recovery from a substance use disorder.  Website: https://www.fosteringyourwellness.com/ Facebook Educational Group "Fostering your wellness: In Recovery" : https://www.facebook.com/groups/385473113279363  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fostering.your.wellness/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdkSCuug/This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast Feel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.com If you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
This episode covers a wide range of helpful tips for anyone who is around kids or parents. As a parent myself, I found myself taking notes about things that I know I can use in my own house! Listen in as Lianna Purjes shares about #thingsyoulearnintherapy.Lianna is a former special education teacher turned clinical social worker. Lianna specializes in treating neurodivergent kids and adults with anxiety, trauma, and other mental health issues. Lianna loves creating activities, workbooks, and other resources to help parents and professionals have meaningful conversations with kids…and have fun too!Lianna's website is www.fuzzysockstherapy.com and her Facebook group for sharing resources about implementing trauma informed practices into schools is: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traumainformedclassroom/This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
If you want an expert on parenting through divorce or separation, Dr. Tara Egan is your person. She came on my other podcast about a year ago to talk about technology use and that episode was so good (and so popular!), I knew I had to invite her back.  This time, we tackle the difficult topic of divorce - and how to talk to kids about divorce.  Even if you aren't in a situation that divorce is part of your story, this episode is invaluable for anyone who wants to be an ally to a child, friend, or coworker going through divorce. Get comfortable and get ready to tackle hard things today as we explore #thingsyoulearnintherapy.Dr. Tara Egan is a child and adolescent therapist, co-parent coach, speaker, and author. She holds a doctorate in school psychology and has specialized training in counseling and family-school relations. She established Charlotte Parent Coaching, LLC in 2011. She is also the author of three books and co-hosts a parenting podcast called "One Day You'll Thank Me" with her teenage daughter, Anna. Learn more about Dr. Egan:WebsiteFacebookYouTubeInstagramThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
I have found my professional twin! A fellow psychologist who loves kids, loves parents, loves helping, and loves sharing small ways that can make a big difference with parents and kids. This conversation with Krysten Taprell, aka The Therapist Parent, was so exciting because it brings real-life therapy skills into the living room. Listen in as she shares her advice for sleep, dreams, and mindfulness with kids - that frankly....also applies perfectly to adults! Thank you for listening to this episode of #thingsyoulearnintherapy.As with one of the other episodes on grief, I am cross-listing this episode on my other podcast Kids These Days need us to make words matter for good because I know the content is powerful for both audiences.Here is a bit about Kristen. Be sure to check out her social media pages - they are FILLED with great images for parents!!I am a Psychologist with over 20 years experience working with children and families. I have worked in many settings including schools, Private Practice and Government agencies. I have extensive experience working with people on the Autistic Spectrum as well as conducting diagnostic assessments. In this time I found that I was seeing the same issues coming through my door, requiring the same strategies. While some difficulties will need regular sessions with a qualified Psychologist, sometimes parents just need a few tips and creative ideas to bring change to their children's lives. I hope to offer you proven strategies and playful activities that children respond to.The Therapist Parent.com and Facebook @Psychologistkrysten or The Therapist ParentThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
The grief of losing a loved one can be overwhelming. And to lose a child...unfathomably difficult. Though most of us haven't experienced such a tragic loss, we can learn from the many things that today's guest, Michelle Benyo, shares with us. Grab a box of tissues and your journal. We've all experienced grief in the last two years. It's with a grateful heart and open mind that I share with you this awe-inspiring episode of #thingsyoulearnintherapy.Just an FYI... I have cross-listed this episode with my other podcast Kids These Days need us to make words matter for good because it was such a great episode that I think is relevant for both audiences. Michele Benyo is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®, a parent coach, and the founder of Good Grief Parenting. After her 6-year-old son died of cancer, her 3-year-old daughter said, “Mommy, half of me is gone.” This heartbreaking statement focused Michele’s career as an early childhood parenting specialist on the impact of grief on young children, particularly after child loss. Michele equips parents and other caring adults to recognize young children’s grief and to provide the support children need to cope well with any loss. The desire of Michele’s heart is to see families live forward after loss toward a future bright with possibilities and even joy.www.goodgriefparenting.comhttps://www.instagram.com/goodgriefparenting/https://www.facebook.com/goodgriefparenting/https://www.facebook.com/groups/parentsraisingyoungsiblingsThis podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
Welcome to the Show!

Welcome to the Show!

2022-01-2704:05

Welcome to the show. I am glad you are here. This episode, Dr. Beth Trammell, psychologist, author, speaker, consultant - shares with you the vision and aim of the podcast, as well as what to expect from each episode. This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcastFeel free to share your thoughts at www.makewordsmatterforgood.com or email me at Beth@makewordsmatterforgood.comIf you are a therapist or psychologist and want to be a guest on the show, please complete this form to apply: https://forms.gle/ooy8QirpgL2JSLhP6 
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