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The Master’s in Counseling program at Multnomah University, Alternative Behavioral Therapy and New Pattern Counseling present this podcast as a resource for aspiring and current professionals, as well as members of the greater community. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Multnomah University or its faculty, of Alternative Behavioral Therapy or New Pattern Counseling.

The Master’s in Counseling program at Multnomah University, Alternative Behavioral Therapy and New Pattern Counseling present this podcast as a resource for aspiring and current professionals, as well as members of the greater community. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Multnomah University or its faculty, of Alternative Behavioral Therapy or New Pattern Counseling.
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The Master’s in Counseling program at Multnomah University, Alternative Behavioral Therapy and New Pattern Counseling present this podcast as a resource for aspiring and current professionals, as well as members of the greater community. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Multnomah University or its faculty, of Alternative Behavioral Therapy or New Pattern Counseling.

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Counselors And Mothers

5/17/2019
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Recently we commemorated mothers. In honor of the occasion, SMART Counsel welcomed back 4 prior guest speakers, all of whom are both counselors AND mothers. In this special, all-woman gathering, Mariah LeFeber, Diane Moore, Debby Quick, and Hillary Reno talk about that counselor-mom life. What have they learned about counseling from being a mom? What have they learned about being a mom from being a counselor? What are the unique challenges they face, being both counselor and mother, and what...

Duration:00:43:44

Who Am I and Where Did I Go?

5/16/2019
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Who Am I and Where Did I Go? by SMART Counsel

Duration:00:35:43

Sex Adjudication and Advocacy

5/2/2019
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Sex Adjudication and Advocacy by SMART Counsel

Duration:00:44:48

Spiritual Integration

4/18/2019
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Spiritual Integration by SMART Counsel

Duration:00:44:53

Sober Companions and Emotional Sobriety, with Taralynn Rayburn

4/4/2019
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Sometimes after a person goes through inpatient, IOP, individual counseling and group counseling, they still need just a little something more in order to sustain their recovery. In the absence of supportive and informed family and friends(or sometimes in spite of ill-informed family and friends) recovering individuals now have the option of connecting with a sober companion! These individuals are clinically trained, often having recovery experience of their own, but able to operate in a...

Duration:00:42:33

Family Systems and Addiction, with Mary Jane Wilt

3/21/2019
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When a family is in conflict, what does that say about the underlying patterns of how that family operates? What are the unspoken but clearly known family rules? What has been the inter-generational impact of trauma, addiction, or stress? Who holds the power in the family, and who rescues whom? Family Systems Theory offers the clinician a multitude of new insights into how the individual functions by gaining insight into the family system in which that individual dwells. Rhys and Josh...

Duration:00:46:32

Men, Boys and Anger, with Aynsley Silva

3/6/2019
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What are the major challenges facing men and boys today? One challenge is the narrative that says, "Look perfect and put together, even if you're not." The end result is lots of men, and boys trying to become men, who don't have it all together, but are driven into isolated silence. This is neither sustainable, nor even human. This narrative hurts men, and ultimately hurts the women in their lives too. Aynsley Silva has build a practice almost exclusively on working with men. In this...

Duration:00:57:28

The Farewell Letter, with Michael Banis

2/27/2019
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"It doesn't matter what substance a person uses. What matters is why they use it." Each addicted person has a close - much too close - relationship with the object of their addiction. Recovery and maintaining sobriety means breaking up with a close companion who, while toxic and destructive, has also been a source of comfort and security. How is a recovering person to navigate this most painful of breakups? One essential answer is Aftercare. After detox, inpatient, intensive outpatient, and...

Duration:00:45:30

Sex, Trauma, and Forgotten Partners

2/20/2019
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Every individual exists in a system, and if we are not addressing the whole system, are we really helping the person at all? Understanding the whole family system is vital for any counseling work, but particularly for addiction recovery work, and especially where sex addiction and betrayal trauma are involved. Counseling through Betrayal Trauma takes a hard look at both addicted person and their wounded partners in the context of their whole family system. As counselors, social workers, and...

Duration:00:28:09

The Three Rules of Good with Collin White-Pedeaux

1/23/2019
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How well should we treat our clients? As well as we want to be treated? As well as they want to be treated? In accordance with the highest good possible? How do we define "Good" anyway, and when do we just need to mind our biases? Rhys and Josh team up with Collin White-Pedeaux for a lively discussion about philosophical concepts that have direct implications for our everyday clinical encounters. We discuss the age old Golden Rule, the more client centered Platinum Rule, and the very...

Duration:00:42:43

Telehealth with Robin Clarke

1/16/2019
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Can effective counseling be done online? Should counseling be done online? A growing number of highly qualified clinicians believe Yes and Yes, for a certain range of presenting problems. There are of course concerns and considerations, but for each there is a reasonable contingency. Still skeptical? Rhys Pasimio and Joshua Moore sat down with Robin Clarke to learn all the basics of ethics, HIPPA, safety, technology, inter-state licensure concerns, and even aesthetic considerations in...

Duration:00:52:16

Family in Crisis With Dan Bates

1/9/2019
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Family is important, and a healthy family is no accident! Those striving to cultivate a family environment that is safe, nurturing, loving, and emotionally intelligent face a formidable set of challenges. And as if the routine challenges were not enough, every family faces crisis at one time or another. What's a family to do? How can this peculiar group of people navigate the daily rigors and extraordinary stressors in a way that brings them closer together rather than alienates? Rhys and...

Duration:00:45:50

Sex Adjudication and Advocacy, with Zach Guzman

1/2/2019
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Welcome to the world of Offense Specific clinical work! Individuals who have been convicted of a sex offense face some unique challenges and stigmas-perhaps some of the most brutal stigmas of any convict person! What is at stake for them, particularly if they are minors? What role does gender play in increasing the stigma and risk? How is the system set up for them to succeed...or fail? What can we clinicians and lay people do to help? And where do we as a culture need to mature in our...

Duration:00:44:48

EMDR With Jeanne Meyer

12/12/2018
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EMDR is increasingly popular and highly effective, but just what is it and how does it work? We sat down with Jean Meyer, who herself studied under Francine Shapiro who developed EMDR, and asked her these very questions! Join our conversation as discuss what EMDR is, how it works, who it can help, and - even better - how we interested practitioners can study it further! This episode features the following professionals: Rhys Pasimio - www.newpatterncounseling.com Joshua Moore -...

Duration:01:03:59

Things to Consider in Counselor Education with Kristen White

11/8/2018
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Ever thought of studying to be a counselor? Where would you do that? How could you tell if the school and program were worth your time and money? And what if you wanted to integrate your faith tradition into your counseling practice in a way that is legal, ethical, and professional while still being true to your tradition? Today Rhys and Josh speak with Dr. Kristen White, director of the Masters in Counseling Program at Multnomah University. Dr. White offers perspectives on the field of...

Duration:00:50:49

Toxic Masculinity and Recovery with Ben Poling

9/11/2018
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Toxic Masculinity is damaging for everyone, and may be one of the key factors underlying addiction. For those in recovery from addiction, abolishing toxic masculinity may be one of the most vital components of a sustainable recovery. Ben Poling joins Josh and Rhys in the Counseling House to discuss the the synergy of gender, emotional intelligence and healthy, sustainable sobriety. Listen along and join the conversation! This episode features the following professionals: Rhys Pasimio -...

Duration:00:46:26

A Chaplain's Approach to Recovering Masculinity

8/30/2018
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A Chaplain's Approach to Recovering Masculinity by SMART Counsel

Duration:00:55:01

Things Therapists Should Never Say

8/21/2018
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SMART Counsel has a new episode! After a summer of fun and learning, Rhys and Josh are back at the mics, this time hashing out ideas about Language! What are words and phrases that counselors and therapists should never say in a clinical setting? What are the implications of closed questions? The words "Normal." "Weird." "Crazy." "Other people have it worse." "I'm sorry." Simplistic solutions. What can we say that is better, more helpful, and creates more safety? Listen along and join in the...

Duration:00:39:45

Story Informed Trauma with Diane Moore

6/14/2018
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Rhys and Joshua are back, this time with Diane Moore! What is trauma? More specifically, what is the story of the trauma? Even more important, what is the story we tell ourselves about our trauma? And when that story keeps us trapped, how do we rewrite the story? Diane Moore is a trauma specialist in Vancouver, Washington who specializes in Story Informed Trauma Therapy. She shares with us the basics of Story Informed Trauma Therapy, her counseling journey, and how she walks with individuals...

Duration:00:59:18

Secret Lives of Practice Managers with Ted Rydmark

5/17/2018
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Behind every great clinician in a clinic is a REALLY great support staff! Meet Ted, a practice manager, and welcome to the marvelous and most essential world of practice managers, support staff, administrators, and everyone else who makes it possible for the counselors to have their jobs! Rhys and Josh chat with long-time friend and colleague Ted Rydmark about everything from administrative tasks, to insurance, to accessibility to books and Richard Rohr. Take a listen and join our...

Duration:00:46:14