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Episodes

Free CE Course: Psychotherapy’s Fatal Flaw and How to Fix It, Ep. 80

2/20/2020
Drs. Scott Miller and Daryl Chow review the research about stagnant therapy outcomes and provide a glimpse into what’s required to deliver better psychotherapy results in this free CE course (visit ClearlyClinical.com to register for the free CE course).

Duration:03:32:21

The Soul of Recovery: Maintaining Integrity through Spiritual Practices, Ep. 79

2/10/2020
Gina Tabrizy, LMFT, reviews research about integrating spirituality into addiction recovery, and discusses ways for clinicians to bring spirituality into therapy, including when provider and client differ in perspectives. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.

Duration:01:05:03

Managed Care 101: Considerations, Ethics, and Requirements, Ep. 78

1/31/2020
David Nefussy, a tenured insurance company executive, discusses the ins and outs of becoming an approved provider with an insurance company, and covers ethical implications of issues like billing, collection of copays, and other policies.

Duration:01:00:34

The Mother of the Beast: What Lurks Behind Stress-Related Conditions, Ep. 77

1/24/2020
Dr. Mark Pirtle, an expert in the arena of stress-related physical conditions, discusses the impact of thinking on physical health and the power of mindfulness in this dynamic interview.

Duration:00:59:19

Switching Gears From Individual to Couple Therapy: Establishing the Basics, Ep. 76

1/17/2020
Shane Birkel, LMFT, an expert couple therapist, sheds some light on the ground rules for transition into couple therapy work, and offers tips about helpful interventions and approaches.

Duration:01:01:15

Left To Our Own Devices: Working with Clients Around Social Media Consumption, Ep. 75

12/19/2019
Featuring device management expert Dr. Don Grant, this interview explores how our digitally-based devices and social media behaviors affect and alter our lives, lifestyles, and careers. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.

Duration:01:01:44

Countertransference as a Catalyst for Therapeutic Change and Business Practices, Ep. 74

12/12/2019
Dr. Kim Dwyer, passionate ACT therapist and business coach, explores the use of therapist emotional experiences as a tool for client growth, as well as a tool for therapist boundaries around business practices. Interview by Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.

Duration:00:59:12

Transgender Clients with Eating Disorders: Clinical Considerations and Approaches, Ep. 73

12/6/2019
Allison Burnett, LICSW, and expert both in eating disorders and working with Trans/Gender Non-Conforming clients, shares helpful research and clinical interventions that can help clients with body image and eating disorder symptoms. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.

Duration:00:59:51

The Science of Intuition: Appreciating Its Influence, Ep. 72

11/22/2019
Dr. Lori Chortkoff Hops, an expert in Energy Psychology, discusses the science behind intuition and its use both in and out of the therapy room.

Duration:01:00:13

Identifying Typical and Atypical Early Child Development: Mental Health Impact, Ep. 71

11/14/2019
Dr. Shiro Torquato, child development specialist, explains typical and atypical childhood development, as well as assessment and differential diagnosis. Interview.

Duration:01:01:20

Reinforcing Recovery: Re-thinking Self-Defeating Beliefs, Ep. 70

11/7/2019
Marty Lythgoe, LAADC-CA, discusses the impact of negative thought patterns on addiction recovery, particularly through the lens of Congitive Behavioral Therapy. The intersectionality between beliefs and the Christian faith is also discussed.

Duration:00:55:37

Using Mindfulness and CBT to Reduce Anxiety with High-Achieving Teens, Ep. 69

10/31/2019
Nicole Burgess, LMFT, specialized adolescent therapist, sheds lights on effective treatment approaches and interventions with performance-motivated adolescents.

Duration:01:02:25

Stimulant Abuse and How It Pairs with Sex, Ep. 68

10/24/2019
Expert sex therapist Dr. David Fawcett explores the phenomenon known as “chemsex,” and its impact on sexual functioning and intimacy.

Duration:01:02:30

What is a Highly Sensitive Person? (AKA Sensory Processing Sensitivity), Ep. 67

10/17/2019
An expert on Highly Sensitive People, Patricia Young, LCSW, discusses both the research about and the clinical impact of the trait of High Sensitivity, and provides an overview of useful interventions with this population.

Duration:00:58:40

Mindfulness with Children and Families: Teaching Mindfulness to Children in Schools and Therapy, Ep. 66

10/10/2019
Mindfulness guru Diane Gehart, PhD, LMFT, discusses how mindfulness can impact diagnoses like ADHD, and breaks down easy-to-implement interventions to use with children both in school systems and in the therapy room.

Duration:01:03:06

Providing Competent Care to Trans and GNC Adolescent and Young Adult Clients, Ep. 65

10/2/2019
Expert LGBTQ+ social worker Kyle Bullock provides details on how to provide affirming and evidence-based psychiatric and psychological care to Trans and Gender Non Comforming people.

Duration:03:12:24

Selecting and Implementing Technology in a Clinical Practice: Ethical and Practical Concerns, Ep. 64

9/26/2019
Rob Reinhardt, a counselor and tech expert, explains how to evaluate practice needs and legal/ethics responsibilities so that clinicians can select and implement technology that is a “best fit” for their practice while remaining in compliance .

Duration:01:00:42

Helping Women Manage Anxiety Through Mindfulness Practices, Ep. 63

9/12/2019
Anxiety specialist Elizabeth Cush explains the roots and research about anxiety disorders in women, and discusses strategies for bringing mindful practices into therapy.

Duration:01:00:26

Deconstructing Addiction - Is It Really a Brain Disease?, Ep. 62

9/4/2019
Expert addiction psychiatrist Dr. Mel Pohl discusses the disease of addiction and its bio/psycho/social/spiritual origins, including pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, etiologies and treatments.

Duration:01:02:23

What every therapist needs to know about doing great therapy: Deliberate Practice and Lessons from the research, Ep. 61

8/29/2019
Dr. Scott Miller discusses the research that illuminates the difference between mid-level therapists and exceptional therapists, and introduces simple and effective deliberate practices that reduce client dropout rates and improve therapy outcomes.

Duration:01:00:39