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Evoke Therapy Programs is an outdoor based therapeutic program serving adolescents, young adults, and families. Email the host brad@evoketherapy.com

Evoke Therapy Programs is an outdoor based therapeutic program serving adolescents, young adults, and families. Email the host brad@evoketherapy.com
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United States

Description:

Evoke Therapy Programs is an outdoor based therapeutic program serving adolescents, young adults, and families. Email the host brad@evoketherapy.com

Language:

English

Contact:

8012018196


Episodes

Adjusting To Out Of Home Placement 2019

6/14/2019
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This broadcast is for parents new to the experience of wilderness therapy or residential treatment. Dr. Reedy discusses the benefits of experiential therapy. He talks about the adjustments families and siblings go through and where to look for support. He also discusses the benefits and ideas behind parental work in the therapeutic process.

Duration:00:50:12

Vulnerability 2019

6/8/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks about vulnerability, shame, and how we can focus on what is beneath the symptom to facilitate healing. He talks about how it can be difficult for all of us to lean into our work because we grew up in a culture of right & wrong, good & bad, blame, shame, and guilt.

Duration:00:57:11

Evoke Therapy Programs Life Cycle 2019

5/20/2019
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Dr. Reedy discusses the stages of change for children and parents as they move through the therapy process at Evoke. He talks about regression, relapse, and how to let go of outcomes when it comes to your children's thoughts and feelings,

Duration:01:13:43

Introducing Evoke to Family & Friends 2019

5/11/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy, Clinical Director and Co-Founder of Evoke Therapy Programs, explains Evoke's wilderness therapy for those who have a family member or friend at Evoke. He talks about how you can support your loved ones as they navigate the difficult path toward healing from mental health and addiction issues.

Duration:00:49:11

Communication Skills and Principles 2019

5/7/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy talks about how communication skills can be used to gain clarity and transform a relationship from enmeshment and reactivity to clarity and connection. He talks about the fundamental tools of communication and listening and the ideas that they rest on.

Duration:01:05:29

Four Agreements Book Review 2019

4/26/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy discusses "The Four Agreements," by Don Miguel Ruiz. He highlights how closely this book aligns with what we know about child development, attachment, and parenting. He talks about guilt and shame. He talks about learning to un-learn many of the things our parents taught us and their parents taught them. Brad recommends this book to parents and children alike as a spiritual guide to our psychological development.

Duration:01:04:54

Fathers And Sons 2019

4/24/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks about how fathers play an important role in the lives of their sons. He talks about being a mentor and learning to listen as keys to raising resilient and resourceful sons.

Duration:00:59:56

Siblings, Family, and Friends of Evoke Q&A April 17, 2019

4/18/2019
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Dr. Reedy takes questions from siblings, family, and friends of Evoke Therapy Programs participants. He talks about how to support a loved one in treatment. He talks about honoring siblings struggle to reconnect to their sibling in treatment.

Duration:00:43:04

Letter Writing and Phone Calls: How Communication with Your Child Shapes the Relationship

4/12/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy talks about how we communicate with our children reveals qualities of our relationship with them. He provides guidance for writing letters to your child and connecting those to the underlying ideas of intimacy, connection, and differentiation.

Duration:01:09:05

Inner-Child

4/4/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy, Clinical Director of Evoke Therapy Programs, discusses the concept of our inner-child: the lost parts of ourselves, the authentic or real self. He talks about how it is lost through messages of shame and how to regain and integrate those parts of ourselves. Brad talks about doing you own work and shares some stories about his own inner-child work.

Duration:00:47:02

Getting the Support You Deserve and Need 2019

3/29/2019
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Dr. Reedy discusses self-care and creating a life where people respect and honor you and your boundaries.

Duration:00:46:35

The Myth Of Being Right 2019

3/22/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks about how being right is the opposite of being a Self. He talks about how children and parents can get stuck in the battle over who is right and who is wrong. He talks about how trying to be good and right is the enemy of personal growth.

Duration:00:50:34

Entitlement 2019

3/13/2019
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Dr. Brad Reedy talks about entitlement in children and offers a unique perspective. He explains how terms like "spoiled," "selfish," and even "entitled" are used by adults to shame children so that the adult doesn't have to own and deal with boundary setting. He explains barriers to setting boundaries and encourages parents to do their own work to improve in this area. He also talks about how parents are shamed through labels like "helicopter-parent," "enmeshed," or even "codependent."

Duration:00:54:07

Trust, Permission, Forgiveness, and Forgetting 2019

2/22/2019
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Dr. Reedy discusses the dynamics of trust and forgiveness as it relates to parenting a struggling child. He talks about how trust is something we own and decide to give away on our own time schedule. He talks about how healing and forgiving are at the discretion of the hurt part, not the one doing the hurting. He empowers parents to own their feelings a not be responsible for how others interpret them.

Duration:01:01:56

Resistance (in Therapy)

2/21/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks to parents about various types of resistance in therapy and how best to engage their children without making it worse.

Duration:01:09:21

8 Tools For Transforming Relationships 2019

2/14/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks about the 8 Tools he has seen made the biggest impact on the children and families he has worked with for the last 23 years: I statements, listening, clarifying intent, avoiding imperatives and polarizing language, developing a practice of compassion, and taking time-outs. He shares stories and examples of each of the tools as well as how they help foster differentiation in relationships.

Duration:01:05:23

The Identified Patient 2019

2/7/2019
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Dr. Reedy discusses the shift from the identified patient model to treating the family system. He talks about seeing beneath the symptoms to the underlying wound that is being expressed. He also invites parents of struggling children to model vulnerability and openness in the therapeutic process.

Duration:00:52:17

Q&A for Parents, Siblings, Extended Family & Friends

2/5/2019
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Dr. Reedy answers questions from siblings, friends, and extended family members of Evoke participants about wilderness therapy, siblings, and mental health. Some of the topics included here are how to support a loved-one while in treatment, how to deal with a sibling at home resistant to family therapy, and how to deal with guilt for sending a child to treatment.

Duration:01:06:22

Book Review- The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck By Mark Monson

1/29/2019
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Dr. Reedy discusses the hot new book "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Monson. He talks about how the book offers an accessible entry to some Buddhist concepts like radical acceptances, the inevitability of suffering, detachment, and the beginners mind. He also talks about some of the book's limitations and short comings, specifically the lack of insight on how to effectively deal with resistance.

Duration:00:41:32

Co - Parenting 2019

1/26/2019
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Dr. Reedy talks about the challenges that occur when co-parents don't support each other. He discusses strategies and tools for creating cohesion. At the center of the idea is that if one becomes focused on the other parent, it can increase division and polarizations.

Duration:00:42:36