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Therapists' Take with Carrie and Josh

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Have you ever wondered what therapists talk about with each other behind closed doors? Carrie and Josh are two mental health professionals with nearly four decades of experience between the two of them; and they are opening the door to welcome you in as they discuss and critically think through mental health, relational health, recovery issues as well as the therapeutic processes involved. You'll find these episodes to be informative, compassionate, endearing, and at times, comical. Tune in to watch the LIVE broadcasts of these episodes on Facebook and YouTube.
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What is a “good enough” marriage? Shouldn’t we aspire for “great” or even “better-than-good” marriages? In this episode of the Therapists’ Take Podcast, marriage therapists and podcast hosts, Carrie and Josh, will discuss why they believe the “good enough” marriage is superior to all other types. ______________ 00:00 - Hi, Carrie! 05:00 - Cultural Myths of Marriage 14:50 - Settling vs. Reimagining 27:20 - Hard Realities & New Experiences 37:30 - The Way Forward _____________ Therapy Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website -https://www.familysolutionsok.com. _______________ Additionally, check out Mary & Josie’s new podcast by Family Solutions Media called, “Are You in session?” In this podcast, Mary & Josie welcome you into their minds, friendship, and their ever “shrinking” world. You can find it on YouTube (@RecoveryTV4u), Apple Podcast, Spotify, and a variety of other podcast platforms. And, stay tuned for the newest Family Solutions Media podcast to enter the podcasting universe - Poetry in Layers. In this podcast, therapist, author, and spoken word artist, Carl Patterson, will perform a series of poems with a unique mental health flavor. You don’t want to miss it. So stay tuned. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok _______________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
PDF Download of "The Compassionate Response Continuum." - https://tinyurl.com/r3jdyevr Have you ever been in a relationship that was so high in conflict it seemed like no matter what you said or how you responded it was met with even more intensity? Did it feel kind of like throwing water on a grease fire? This is actually a common experience where conflict as escalated in emotional intensity. This is especially true for couple who are in betrayal trauma recovery from the discovery of infidelity or seggs addiction. But, these are the only reasons couples might be experiencing an ever-increasing conflictual relationship. Whatever the reason may be, the Compassionate Response Continuum was created to be a helpful communication tool in effort to help couples navigate these treacherous waters. In this episode of Therapists’ Take, licensed therapists Carrie and Josh are going to discuss the unique elements of the couple communication tool so you can have a better understanding of how it can be utilized in your relationships. Here is the original YouTube video for the Compassionate Response Continuum - https://youtu.be/egB0tiNA8X4 __________________ Therapy Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website - https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include Instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok _______________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #BetrayaltraumaRecovery, #compassionmatters #mentalhealthpodcast
Second chances may seem easy for some and hard for others. Most of us can probably relate to leaning one direction or the other when we find ourselves in a situation where a second chance may or may not be warranted. But, how do we know we are doing it right? Most of us likely can feel the tug-a-war going on inside where on one side your desire is to give them one more chance, but on the other side is screaming "no way!" as it pulls on the rope. In this episode we will be discussing these types of concerns related to giving second chances (and more). The chapters are outlined below: ______________ 00:00 - Hi, Carrie! 02:00 - Topics of Discussion 03:18 - Huberman Scandal 04:10 - Are Carrie & Josh "2nd Chance" People? 10:00 - (1) Easy for Some, Hard for Others 13:34 - Dad Jokes 14:30 - (2) Cheap Forgivers vs Hard Liners 26:36 - (3) Tips for the Healthy Middle 29:40 - Non-negotiable Boundaries 39:25 - Healthy Expectations 41:10 - Apologies _____________ Books by Janis Abrams-Springs: How Can I Forgive You? - https://amzn.to/4cDtIo8 After the Affair - https://amzn.to/3xksSws --------------------- Therapy Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website -https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
“You know what you should do?” “Stop! That’s now how you’re supposed to do it!” “Okay, here’s what you should do…” Can you hear yourself saying those words? Can you picture that person in your life or in your past constantly telling you what you should and shouldn’t do? Does it make you cringe a little? Most of us can relate to moment or two where you proceeded to tell someone what they should or shouldn’t do, and/or preached about how things are “supposed” to be. These words don’t necessarily reflect some sort of absolute truth, but they do reflect the governing rules of our lives and relationships. But what happens when the rule system collapses? What “should” we do then? In this episode of Therapists’ Take, Carrie and Josh will address just that and more. Below you will find the talking points for the show (don’t forget to to give us that much desired 5-star review if you like the podcast): _____________ 00:00 - Hi, Carrie! I learned something! 08:20 - Show Overview 09:27 - Explaining Concept of “Governing Rules”? 14:47 - When the Rules Collapse? 22:12 - Changing the Rules 33:05 - Polishing the Edges 35:42 - Books on Rule Failure ______________ Great Books/Stories about Rule Failure - Man’s Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl - https://amzn.to/43mbXoT - When a Monster Calls by Patrick Ness - https://amzn.to/49QrPT6 - Will by Will Smith - https://amzn.to/3Trm6MO - Hurting with God by Glenn Pemberton - https://amzn.to/3IKtSfr - Sapiens by Yuval Harari - https://amzn.to/3TmjH61 _____________ Therapy Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website -https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Equipment Used & Oher Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistTakePodcast #ChangingTheRules #existentialcrisis
Many people often describe themselves as “conflict avoidant.” Some who ascribe to this label see it as a problem or hurdle they have to overcome, while others are seemingly okay with this being a character trait they possess. But, never have we heard someone talk about this phenomenon as something to be desired. That said, is it possible that we intuitively know that being conflict avoidant at minimum isn’t helpful for our relationships, and at most, hurtful? If so, does this mean that we intuitively understand that conflict not only can be good for relationships, but also necessary for the growth and development of the relationship? In this episode, Carrie and Josh discuss these types of nuances to this common couple phenomenon we often refer to as “conflict.” __________ 00:00 - Hi Carrie! 01:55 - Overview 11:14 - Difference in Good and Bad Conflict' 18:20 - Good Pain vs. Bad Pain 25:35 - Not About Winning or Losing. 31:30 - Conflict as a Doorway to Intimacy __________ Books & Other Helpful Resources Speaker-Listener Technique - https://marriagemissions.com/speaker-listener-technique/ Fighting for Your Marriage Book - https://amzn.to/3v2IPq3 The Seven Principles for Making a Marriage work - https://amzn.to/3IuBMtm ______________ Therapy Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website -https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistTakePodcast #ConflictResolution #MarriageConflict
In honor of Eating Disorder Awareness Week, today’s episode will focus on this phenomenon known as Disordered Eating, not to be mistaken for “eating disorders.” In this episode, licensed therapist and eating disorder specialist, Rebel Buersmeyer, joins our hosts to discuss this phenomenon. __________ 00:00 - Hi, Carrie! 01:00 - Introducing Rebel 04:20 - What Is Disordered Eating? 11:20 - Disordered Eating vs Eating Disorders 18:40 - The Myth of "It Is Easy" 21:50 - Getting Help 23:06 - It's Not About Food 25:00 - What Level of Care Is for Me? 36:00 - Resources ________ Books, Podcasts, & Websites (Books) Health at Every Size by Linda Bracon - https://amzn.to/3uS011A Body Respect by Linda Bacon - https://amzn.to/3uS011A Embody: Learning to Love Your Unique Body by Connie Sobczak - https://amzn.to/3uS011A 8 Keys to Recovery from Eating Disorders (workbook) - https://amzn.to/3wEafDh (Podcasts) The Recovery Warrior - https://recoverywarriors.com/podcasts/ Butterfly: Let's Talk Eating Disorders - https://butterfly.org.au/podcast/ Fly to Freedom Podcast - https://juliatrehane.com/podcast/ (Websites) Oklahoma Eating Disorders Association - https://www.okeatingdisorders.org National Eating Disorder Association - https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org Eating Recovery Center - https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com Family Solutions Counseling - https://www.familysolutionsok.com #EDAW #edawareness #eatingdisorderawarenessweek
I think most of us would agree that having milestones in our lives is a good thing. Milestones serve as markers to help us measure forward movement and progress; thus, in a sense, milestones help make our life goals and aspirations feel more achievable. So why would we ever fear or "dread" milestones? Why would anyone fear a marker of progress? In this episode, Carrie and Josh are going to discuss not only why certain milestones in betrayal trauma recovery are often feared, but also specific dreaded or uncomfortable milestones that individuals and couples impacted by infidelity discover is part of the recovery journey and not something that can be bypassed or skipped over. Here is the play-by-play: _______________ 00:00 - "Hi Carrie!" 01:37 - Introduction: Why "Dreaded"? 04:00 - The Acceptance of Uncertainty 12:04 - The Reality of Anger w/o Shame 17:30 - The Importance Forgiveness 29:50 - The Empowerment of Resolve ________________ Reflection Aggression (mentioned by Josh in this episode): Article - https://shorturl.at/aeTZ9 Video - https://youtu.be/twyI5Rac_5s Thanks for Sharing Podcast (Ep. 154) - https://shorturl.at/cnCMS ________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website - https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Is humor ever appropriate for therapists to utilize in therapy? If so, when is it appropriate; and what is the point or purpose of its use? To address these questions (and more), Carrie and Josh welcome to the discussion table licensed therapists and co-hosts of the "Are You in Session?" podcasts, Mary Scruggs and Josie Blosser. _________ 00:00 - The Re-Intro 04:00 - A Summation of the Show before the Show 06:00 - The Purpose of Humor in Therapy 13:24 - When Is It Appropriate? 18:35 - "It's Funny because It's True" 22:00 - Sarcasm 27:20 - When It's Inappropriate 35:40 - Wrapping Up ___________ More about our guests: Mary and Josie are both licensed marital and family therapists working in a private practice group setting in the OKC metro area - https://www.familysolutionsok.com. They both have specialized certifications in the area of betrayal trauma treatment, and they host YouTube podcast (and soon-to-be audio podcast) “Are You in Session?” They are very bright, talented, and fun practitioners to work with. We are thrilled to have them for our guests for this episode of Therapists’ Take with Carrie and Josh. Mary’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yourangrytherapist_OKC Josie’s Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jblossertherapy_OKC Are You In Session LIVE (youtube) - https://www.youtube.com/live/1UwjHaphHM4?si=xqOq6LnCtiliO47E _______________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website - www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Most of us know, either through direct experience or vicarious experience of someone close to us, that infidelity is a painful discovery or revelation. But, why does the pain linger? Why is it that after a year or so into hard couple recovery work does it still hurt so badly? What does this pain mean? Is it supposed to be this way? Does it ever get better? In this episode of Therapists’ Take, Carrie and Josh will address these questions and more. #TherapistsTakePodcast #BetrayalTrauma #AffairRecovery _________________ 00:00 - Intro 02:20 - How Long Am I in Couples Recovery? 12:14 - The Collapse of the Relational Infrastructure. 24:07 - Why Does It Still Hurt? 30:36 - Squirrel Moment: Mumbling 32:22 - The Path Forward _________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ ________________ About the Hosts Carrie and Josh are both licensed marital and family therapists (LMFT) that specialize in betrayal trauma recovery. You can read more about them and the work they do on their practice website - https://www.familysolutionsok.com. Follow us on our other platforms which include instagram and apple podcasts. Links can be found on our Link Tree - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ________________ Book Recommendations for Betrayal Trauma: - The Betrayal Bind by Michelle Mays - https://amzn.to/4buziZj - Mending a Shattered Heart by Stefanie Carnes - https://amzn.to/42zlecS - The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk - https://amzn.to/3SUdAH5 ________________ Articles by Carrie & Josh - What Is Transitional Distrust - https://shorturl.at/gpuTZ - Introducing Reflection Aggression - https://shorturl.at/bpHPW _________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #SelfAwareness
Are you “self-aware?” If so, how much? What is this concept we are hearing about everywhere called “self-awareness?” Well, in this episode of Therapists’ Take, not only are we going to define it, we are also going to break it down, and then discuss how to access it. We are excited to have our guest, Whitney Warren-Alexander, who is a licensed therapist, group practice owner, and EMDR consultant. Whitney has special interest in the the exploration of self-awareness and the work of Debra Littrell regarding the three channels of self-awareness (https://transformativespirit.com). __________________ About Our Guest Visit her webiste - the Warren Alexander Group - https://www.WarrenAlexanderGroup.com Follow her on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100067394941595 RecoveryTV LIVE Interview on Sobriety - https://youtu.be/pd6IjqzFobE?si=P6Qm8gCOmN89K1Kr ________________________ 00:00 - Whitney's Joke Is Funny! 04:03 - Intro 07:05 - Defining Self-Awareness 11:40 - The 3 Channels 19:38 - Trauma Is Time Traveling 20:08 - Exercise Example 25:50 - What About Relationships? 29:34 - Somatic Focus 35:10 - Gathering Info from All Channel 37:44 - Is the Body the Best Direct Source? 40:00 - Start with Mindfulness 44:13 - Josh learns about "Turn or Burn" Sermons 47:31 - Everyone Needs a Cry song _________________________ Other Resources: Book: The Untethered Soul - https://amzn.to/48ZxsOn Family Solutions Counseling - https://www.familysolutionsok.com EMDR Directory - https://www.emdria.org/directory/ Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #SelfAwareness
Have you ever been concerned about your therapist’s qualifications? Have you ever been alarmed by their youthful appearance (i.e., lack of life experience) or credentials, or the lack thereof? Well, if you have, you are not alone. It is actually quite common. Even a seasoned therapist’s youthful appearance may be thrown in to question from time to time. One reason we vet our therapists seemingly more often (but not always) than other medical professional is because there is something about our mental, emotional, and relational well-being that adds an extra dose of vulnerability. Thus, an inexperienced therapist can be alarming when searching for a therapist. In this episode of Therapists’ Take, we are going to tackle the unique phenomenon of working with a “newbie” therapist. We welcome to the conversation guest therapist and professor, Dr. Kelly Roberts, who serves as the clinical director of the marriage and family therapy program at Oklahoma Christian University. This means she is responsible for training bright new minds of our therapeutic future. Join us as we discuss that new therapists can be a delightful surprise as they are often more than meets the eye. ____________ 00:00 - Introduction 05:20 - Reflecting Back to Our "Newbie" Days 15:09 - When Does a Newbie Stop Being a Newbie? 21:08 - Less Is More Sometimes. 30:05 - New vs Seasoned 40:28 -A Newbie Story ______________ More about Dr. Kelly Roberts Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/reddirtkelly LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-m-roberts-phd-lmft-129a8713 Professor Profile - https://www.oc.edu/directory/kelly-roberts AAMFT Profile - https://www.aamft.org/Supervision/Search/Profiles/viewprofile.aspx?ID=94634 KOCO Interview - https://www.koco.com/article/oklahoma-christian-university-affordable-therapy/43440543 Recipient of the 2022 AAMFT Excellence in Media Award - https://youtu.be/1zoNf5LJ5f8?si=W4FVIljf534aI2Pd __________________ The OC MFT Program and Clinic: The Family Therapy Clinic - https://www.oc.edu/family-therapy-clinic The Training Program - https://www.oc.edu/academics/college-of-sciences-education/human-sciences/marriage-and-family-therapy-m-s-h-s The Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ocmft _____________________ Other Resources: Family Solutions Counseling -https://www.familysolutionsok.com Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #Newbies
Words are powerful! As our stories unfold and we find ourselves in a chapter of pain and suffering, it's not uncommon that words were utilized as the weapon of choice whether you were on the receiving end, or you were the one wielding the sword... or maybe both. But all hope is not lost. Yes, words can cut us to the core, but words can be extremely healing as well. The right combination of words along with an infectious rhythm and the proper inflection…… when done well, words can sneak by our barriers and defenses and reach right into our souls to offer us some semblance of peace and healing. We are happy to have spoken word artist and licensed therapist, Carl Patterson on Therapists’ Take to talk about the Power of the Spoken the Word. Carl is not only a phenomenal therapist, but he is also a talented spoken word artist. We hope you enjoy this LIVE broadcast of Therapists’ Take. RecoveryTV's "Words Matter" Video, ⁠click here⁠. ______________________ In this broadcast, Josh mentions hearing once that "happy people listen to sad songs." After a little more research we learned a little more about this phenomenon sometimes referred to as the "Tragedy Paradox." Here's a good ⁠article ⁠on the issue. ______________________ More About Our Guest: Follow Carl on ⁠Instagram⁠ See Carl's Therapist ⁠Profile Page⁠ Watch Carl perform the poem we had to cut ⁠Tedx Talk⁠ _______________________ Resources: ⁠Family Solution Counseling⁠ Website ⁠Psychology Today⁠ Therapist Directory ⁠Betrayal Trauma⁠ Therapist Directory ⁠The Gottman Institute⁠ (Relationship Research) ⁠Domestic Violence⁠ Hotline ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #WordsMatter
Therapists’ Take on Complacency and other forms of Relational Cancer. In this episode, Carrie and Josh discuss particular relational phenomenon that they consider to be cancerous to committed couple relationships. They will discuss complacency, resentment, mother-enmeshment and more. You definitely don't want to miss the part where they discuss John Gottman's "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." See chapters and resources below: _____________ 00:00 - Introduction 03:08 - What Is Relational Cancer? 06:24 - Complacency: Keeping the "Well-Oiled Machine" Well-Oiled 12:43 - Resentment: Is It Even Functional? 19:35 - John Gottman & The Four Horsemen 23:20 - Enmeshment vs Co-Dependency 30:31 - Contempt: The 4th Horseman ______________ Books: The Seven Principles for Making a Marriage Work by John Gottman (reference to The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) - https://amzn.to/4b0BIii Outlive by Peter Attia, MD - https://amzn.to/3RXTQAy When He's Married to Mom by Kenneth Adams (reference to Mother-Enmeshment) - https://amzn.to/3HqWlpX _____________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 The Gottman Institute (Relationship Research) - https://www.gottman.com/ Overcoming Enmeshment Workshop for Mother-Enmeshed Men - https://www.overcomingenmeshment.com/workshop/mother-enmeshed-men/ Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9
Therapists’ Take on Selfishness. As therapists we often hear the word selfishness thrown around either toward another person or in reflection of how one feels about self. Selfishness is a complicated concept that is worth exploring. For example, what’s the difference in selfishness and selflessness? What about the difference in selfishness and self care? How does codependent giving fit in the mix? In this episode, Carrie and Josh giver their take on the complexities of these concepts. Enjoy the show! ________________________ 00:00 - Introduction 06:30 - Why a Podcast Episode on Selfishness? 10:45 - Selfishness 15:05 - Self-care 25:35 - Selflessness 29:23 - Codependent Giving ________________________ Book: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown - https://amzn.to/47o7d2K ________________________ Happy New Year! Enjoy these articles written by Therapists' Take Co-Host, Joshua Nichols A New Approach to a New Year (2022) - https://familysolutionsok.com/a-new-approach-to-a-new-year/ 5 Tips for New Year's Resolutions Success (2018) - https://familysolutionsok.com/a-new-approach-to-a-new-year/ New Year's Resolution Worksheet (PDF) - https://familysolutionsok.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/New-Years-Resolution-Worksheet2.pdf _________________ Follow us across all social medias - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ______________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #Selfishness
How do couples survive infidelity? This is a very common question that has doesn’t have a simple answer. There aren’t any magic pills or formulas that a hurting couple can take that will not only kill the pain, but also heal the wound. Yet, couples survive infidelity everyday. Not only do they survive, they often thrive on the other side of it. In this episode, licensed therapists and betrayal trauma experts, Carrie and Josh tackle this question and examine many of the complexities and nuances packed within. They will discuss: ____________________ The Painful Reality of Uncertainty The Power of Paradoxes The Journey of Self-Discovery, and The emergence of a new relationship ____________________ Books, Articles, & Websites BOOKS Betrayal Bind by Michelle Mays - https://amzn.to/3NWbKD4 The State of Affairs by Esther Perel - https://amzn.to/3NFGsPw Out of the Doghouse – by Rob Weiss - https://amzn.to/3Xzeh99 ARTICLES FSC Blog - https://familysolutionsok.com/blog/ Article on Transitional Distrust - https://familysolutionsok.com/what-is-transitional-distrust-in-betrayal-trauma-recovery/ WEBSITES Family Solution Counseling - https://familysolutionsok.com/ Seeking Integrity - https://seekingintegrity.com/ Michelle Mays - https://michellemays.com/ ______________ Therapist Directories Betrayal Trauma Therapists - https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 Other Therapists - https://www.psychologytoday.com
Therapists’ Take on Authenticity as the 2023 Word of the Year. Merriam-Webster has named “Authentic” as 2023’s Word of the Year. You may or may not recall that “Gaslighting” as the word of the year for 2022. It is fitting that a word laced with truth and empowerment (I.e., authentic) has now dethroned a word born out of lies and deception (I.e., gaslighting). In this episode, Carrie and Josh are going to discuss the concept of authenticity and how it might be the perfect antidote for disarming gaslighters. See what is being discussed by seeing the chapters below: _________________ 00:00 - Introduction 03:46 - The Discussion Items 04:20 - Authentic Celebs 08:58 - What Is Authenticity? 13:34 - What Makes Someone Inauthentic? 17:00 - Merriam-Webster's Reasons 17:54 - Where Do You Find Authenticity within Self? 24:55 - The Antidote for Gaslighting 30:07 - Carrie & Josh's Experience with Growing Authenticity _________________ Articles Merriam-Webster’s Blog on the 2023 Word of the Year - https://www.Merriam-Webster.com/wordplay/word-of-the-year Gaslighting: Word of the Year - https://familysolutionsok.com/gaslighting-the-word-of-the-year/ Vulnerability Exploitation & the 12 Types of Gaslighting (blog) - https://familysolutionsok.com/blog __________________ Gaslighting Videos Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmpKQiGv_EQ7Rh-Jc_Asg4Rm5BC-m9v2e __________________ Books The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk - https://amzn.to/4awCjb2 The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer - https://amzn.to/4anPkDD John Wooden Books - https://amzn.to/3RSse0J ______________________ Follow us across all social medias - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ______________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. #TherapistsTakePodcast #MentalHealthPodcast #Authenticity
In this take, Carrie and Josh tackle a profound quote from Lori Gottlieb’s book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. In this fantastic book, Gottlieb states that, “We marry our unfinished business.” What does that even mean? Is that normal? If it’s true, what happens to the marriage if we finish our "business"? In this episode, Carrie and Josh are going to discuss those questions and more. ______________________ 00:00 - Intro 04:03 - "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone" by Lori Gottlieb 06:18 - The Quote 08:59 - Do we marry our unfinished business? 12:14 - The "Ballpark Nachos" Story 14:21 - The Checklist 17:41 - What is the unfinished business? 23:20 - The autopilot phenomenon 28:48 - The fear of finishing unfinished business 33:05 - Not a hopeless situation 34:11 - Should Hanah weigh in? _______________________ Watch Therapists' Take LIVE on YouTube, and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to our channel and "LIKE" and "SHARE" our videos! - https://www.youtube.com/recoverytv4u _______________________ Book: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb - https://amzn.to/3RJ1oYN Book: The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer - https://amzn.to/4anPkDD ______________________ Follow us across all social medias - https://www.linktr.ee/familysolutionsok ______________________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
In this bonus episode of Therapists' Take we take you back a few months to the slap heard from around the world. That's right, the Chris Rock/Will Smith debacle. At the time this was recorderd, Chris Rock recently released his new Netflix special entitled “Selective Outrage,” that is reportedly in response to the infamous slap he received by Will Smith at the 2022 Oscars. Regardless of where you stand or who you stand with, the concept of “selective outrage” is interesting and complex. Join us for this LIVE broadcast of Therapists’ Take as mental health and relationship experts, Carrie & Josh tackle this curious topic. In this episode, they will discuss the following: What Is Selective Outrage? Is Selective Outrage Ever Okay? Why is critical thinking so important when it comes to outrage. Book Review: "Will" by Will Smith ___________ Book Links: "Will" by Will Smith - https://amzn.to/3KpMPpJ "Think Again" by Adam Grant - https://amzn.to/3G7pnLi "Talking to Strangers" by Malcolm Gladwell - https://amzn.to/3M5QHNG As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases. ______________ Please check us out on our other social media account by visiting https://linktr.ee/familysolutionsok.
Carrie and Josh are back to discuss the phenomenon of “Changing the Rules in Committed Couple Relationships.” Many of us don’t think about relationships as having a governing rules that are mostly implicitly agreed upon by the couple, but some are also explicitly agreed upon. Regardless, as relationships grow and evolve over time, so do the rules that govern the relationships. Our natural desire to resist this change and keep things the same can sometimes get in the way of our own relational and personal growth. Eventually the relationship cannot sustain the old rule system, thus, a theoretical collapse of the governing rule system occurs creating quite the disruption in couple relationships. No one knows this better than couples who are in recovery for betrayal trauma recovery, whether it be part of seks addiction or affair recovery. The discovery of a partner’s infidelity creates such an abrupt and powerful blast that the collapse of the rule system is overwhelmingly evident and life-changing. What does this “changing of the rules” then mean for couples? What rules get changed? Do any stay the same? How do we identify the old rules? How do we establish new rules? All these questions and more will be discussed in this LIVE episode of Therapists’ Take. _______ To watch Therapists' Take LIVE, you can tune in on select Fridays at 12:30 pm CST. Here are the Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/familysolutionsok YouTube: https://www.YouTube.com/RecoveryTV4u _______ Books Discussed: John Gottman's "Severn Principles for Making a Marriage Work" - https://amzn.to/3utfB2T Yuval Harari's "Sapiens: A Brief History of Human Kind" - https://amzn.to/47io33L Helen Fisher's "Why We Love" - https://amzn.to/3ulVbsI Pete Enn's The Since of Certainty - https://amzn.to/40LrJbV _____________ Resources: Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/ ______________________ Equipment Used & Other Amazon Links: Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Why is it so hard to take care of ourselves? Why are we so hard on ourselves in general? In this episode, licensed therapists, Carrie and Josh, go back to the basics to discuss the fundamentals of self-care and self-regulation, which include, sleep, exercise, diet, sunlight, and more. _________ Resources Mentioned Book: Atomic Habits by James Clear - https://amzn.to/3tREJjP Book: Outlive by Peter Attia & Bill Gifford - https://amzn.to/3sbiAfH Podcast: Huberman Lab - https://www.hubermanlab.com/ App: Noom (addresses the psychology of eating) - https://www.noom.com App: Headspace (guided imagery for mindfulness and meditation) - https://www.headspace.com App: Calm (for meditation and sleep) - https://www.calm.com _________ Find a Therapist Near You Therapist Directory: https://www.psychologytoday.com Betrayal Trauma Therapist Directory: https://iitap.com/search/custom.asp?id=5357 ________ Equipment Used Mic Stands - https://amzn.to/46o4So6 Rode Pod Mic - https://amzn.to/3Rsw5Sz Pyle Mixer Board - https://amzn.to/3ZsJU5g iRig Pre 2 - https://amzn.to/3ZpCPm9 iPad (9th Generation) - https://amzn.to/3s8I79k As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying purchases.
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