We see a lot depictions of friendship in film and TV, yet it all seems unrealistic when we take stock of our friendships. Dr. Mayfield and Trever discuss how friends are made and what it takes to build a healthy friendship.
We’ve all had a situation in our life where we felt betrayed or wounded by a friend, in this podcast Dr. Mayfield and Trever discuss how to react and move on from painful situation and to develop healthy self-talk to handle similar situation well in the future.
Dr. Mayfield and Trever are joined by David Galvan of Life Network who speaks in schools about sexual activity. David joins Dr. Mayfield and Trever discussing the importance of talking about sex with our kids as well as how to do that well.
No emotions are bad, but a lot of emotions are hard. This podcast is the first in a series discussing how to navigate the harder emotions in life with a nod to the renowned Mr. Rogers and his song What Do You Do?
Where has respect and honor gone? Have they gone anywhere? Dr. Mayfield and Trever discuss basic respect of others and how to navigate situations with others you don't agree with or may not seem to be worthy of respect.
Let's have a conversation about race and racism implementing some of the important lessons learned in previous episodes to have a healthy, safe, and positive discussion about a very dividing topic. Dr. Mayfield and Trever are joined by Shayne Stuart, an African American therapist at Mayfield Counseling Centers.
How do you find the right counselor? Dr. Mayfield and Trever explain what is behind the veil of psychologies acronyms and what to look for when searching for a therapist. [For reference: LPC & LPCC (Licensed Professional Counselor and Candidate), LMFT & LMFTC (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Candidate), LAC (Licensed Addiction Counselor), and RP (Registered Psychotherapist), LSW (Licensed Social Worker), keep in mind that these are from Colorado's licensure board.]
What does it mean to have a growth mindset, and why is it important? Dr. Mayfield and Trever discuss what it means to be learners and individuals who are always growing, and how our minds are designed for constant growth and learning.
Who is a safe person to have meaningful conversations? Where is the right place to have these conversations? Dr. Mayfield and Trever discuss the answers to these questions and discuss how social media has tainted our relationships.