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121. Be Mighty: An Episode for Stressed Out, Worried Women with Dr. Jill Stoddard

1/9/2020
Women of the world, are you stressed out and worried? Do you find yourself up fretting at 4 a.m.? If so, you’re not alone!In a culture where women are expected to look perfect, juggle relationships and career effortlessly, and “just deal” with the harsh realities of misogyny and gender inequities, is it any wonder we’re also twice as likely to be stressed out, overwhelmed, and anxious? Fortunately, there are real tools you can use now to build resilience in a difficult world, conquer your...

Duration:00:51:06

120. Use DBT Skills To Regulate Emotions And Be More Effective In Relationships With Dr. Matthew Mckay

12/31/2019
“Helping people get down-regulation skills is really important, not only to help them feel better emotionally but to also help them lead less impulsive and dangerous lives.” -Dr. Matthew McKay Some of us have a harder time managing our emotions and find ourselves engaging in impulsive and destructive behaviors to cope with them. Enter Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), an approach developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan, that’s proven effective at helping people manage overwhelming emotions by...

Duration:00:54:07

119. Holiday Episode Guide

12/24/2019
The holiday season means joy and connection, but it also means an onslaught of stressors. It can be helpful to think about how to manage the challenges more effectively, as well as enhance the positive elements of what the holidays bring. Many of our previous episodes can help us do just that! In this episode, we point you to previous episodes that can help you navigate the holidays.Episodes to help you manage the stressors:· For managing the stressors of political debates, check out Episode...

Duration:00:04:00

118. Moral Injury and Shame with Dr. Lauren Borges and Dr. Jacob Farnsworth

12/21/2019
Shame, betrayal, guilt, anger. As social animals, humans are wired to have moral emotions that bind us to our groups. When we experience a transgression against our moral values, we might experience Moral Injury. Moral injury is a normal human response to a violation of our strongly held moral beliefs, and it can have a deep impact on people’s lives, making it difficult to move forward. In this episode, Debbie interviews two psychologists who are researching moral injury with veterans, Dr....

Duration:01:04:40

117. Bearing Unbearable Loss: A conversation About Grief with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore

12/13/2019
At some point, each and every one of us will lose someone we love. But grief is no cakewalk. And however hard grief is, the pain gets exponentially greater when we are met with the deafening silence and discomfort of others. Join us to create space and a voice for grief with a frank conversation about death, love, and the heartbreaking journey of bearing unbearable loss. In this touching and personal conversation, Yael speaks with Joanne Cacciatore, author of Bearing the Unbearable: Love,...

Duration:01:01:11

116. Building a Meaningful, Values-based Life with Dr. Jenna LeJeune

12/4/2019
Living a values-based life is different from a goals-oriented one. A values-based life encompasses more than trying to “feel good” or get to a final destination. When you direct your life toward what really matters to you, you will feel an increased sense of meaning and vitality, whatever situation you find yourself in. Values-based living has greater depth and staying power than goals and resolutions. Join Debbie and Dr. Jenna LeJeune, author of Values in Therapy: Clinician’s Guide to...

Duration:01:01:16

115. Creating Meaningful Gatherings with Co-hosts Dr. Debbie Sorensen and Dr. Diana Hill

11/25/2019
Whether you are planning a holiday dinner, a work conference, or a group therapy session, how you design your gathering has a big impact on its outcome. In this episode, Diana and Debbie use the book The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker to explore strategies to make your groups transformative. Grab a slice of pie, some people you love, and enjoy an episode all about meeting with purpose!Listen and Learn:- How to use purpose to design your next party, meeting, or friends’ weekend away-...

Duration:00:45:52

114. The Way of Effortless Mindfulness with Loch Kelly

11/23/2019
Ready to take your mindfulness practice to the next level? What if you could approach life by relaxing back and down into an already awake mind and heart? Join Diana for an inspiring and illuminating discussion with Loch Kelly, seasoned meditator and author of the bestselling book The Way of Effortless Mindfulness: A Revolutionary Guide for Living an Awakened Life about awake awareness, an advanced form of mindfulness that, through little efforts and shifts of awareness, imbues living from a...

Duration:00:49:24

113. Self-Compassion for Parents with Dr. Susan Pollak

11/20/2019
Parenting can be joyful, but, let’s be honest, it can also be a rough ride sometimes! We try to be good parents to our children and still discover we feel we are falling short. Author and clinical expert, Dr. Susan Pollak, joins Yael for a discussion about how self-compassion can help you journey through parenting more effectively, confidently, and happily. Join the conversation to learn:What self-compassion is and why it’s so useful in parentingThe core components of...

Duration:01:02:56

112. Nature vs. Nurture: Why Temperament Matters With Co-hosts Debbie Sorensen and Yael Schonbrun

11/14/2019
Photo by freestocks.org from Pexels You might sometimes wonder if it’s nature or nurture driving the differences between people. For example, why are some of us extroverts and others introverts? Why are some children risk-takers while others are more inhibited? Well, it turns out both nature and nurture are important! The nature part of the equation is sometimes overlooked, but our biological temperament plays an important role in the kind of person we become. In this episode, Debbie and...

Duration:00:45:09

111. Brave New Medicine with Dr. Cynthia Li

11/8/2019
In Brave New Medicine: A Doctor’s Unconventional Path to Healing Her Autoimmune Illness Dr. Cynthia Li, an internal medicine physician by training, writes about how her world came crashing down after developing an autoimmune thyroid condition and how she had to journey beyond what Western medicine has to offer to truly heal. Join Diana for a fascinating and important discussion with Dr. Li about functional medicine, a client-centered, science-based approach to looking at and treating the...

Duration:00:56:56

110. Parenting Multiples with Dr. Susan Wenze

11/1/2019
Caring for a newborn has its challenges, but imagine the challenges of caring for two or more newborns at once! More feedings, diapering, laundry and gear to schlep. We are hardwired to respond to our infants so how do you handle more than one infant crying at once? And when the heck do you sleep? It’s no wonder that parents of multiples experience increased sleep deprivation and mental health issues even as they face greater logistical barriers to accessing mental health treatment and care....

109. How to Loosen Up and Be Less Overcontrolled: Radically Open DBT with Hope Arnold (part 2)

10/25/2019
Have your friends or loved ones suggested for you to chill out or relax? If our first podcast episode with Hope Arnold, about excessive self-control, leaves you wondering how to help with this biologically-based personality trait, then keep listening! Join Debbie for another engaging discussion with Hope Arnold, senior clinician and trainer in Radically Open Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (RO DBT), for evidence-based strategies on how to work with “over controlling” biology in the service of...

Duration:00:44:23

108. Is Your Self-Control Out of Control? with Hope Arnold (Part 1)

10/21/2019
Are you good at doing things right, following the rules, and controlling your emotions? Maybe a little too good? Having some degree of self-control, emotional regulation, and willpower can be useful in a lot of ways! But having too much self-control has some downsides. Many people who have an Overcontrolled style of coping look like they have it all together on the outside, but in reality they don't feel like they do, and their suffering often goes unnoticed. Focusing too much on doing...

107. Playing Big With Tara Mohr

10/7/2019
Do you have something you want to create, a message you want to share, or a calling you keep ignoring? Tara Mohr has practical wisdom for you to unhook from praise and criticism, find your calling, and step into Playing Big. Psychologists Off The Clock started with Taking A Leap inspired by Tara Mohr’s work. Now Diana has the chance to talk with her directly about why it is so difficult for women to speak up, how motherhood re-organizes everything, and stepping out of ego into wholeness.So...

Duration:00:59:53

106. Therapy from “The Heart of ACT” with Dr. Robyn Walser

9/29/2019
Dr. Robyn Walser is back on the podcast for an intimate and heartfelt conversation with Debbie about her new book The Heart of ACT: Developing a Flexible, Process-Based, and Client-Centered Practice Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. As a master therapist and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (or ACT) trainer, Robyn reflects on how the interpersonal relationship unfolding in the therapy room all too often takes a backseat to applying techniques or interventions when learning a new...

106. Therapy from "The Heart of ACT” with Dr. Robyn Walser

9/29/2019
Dr. Robyn Walser is back on the podcast for an intimate and heartfelt conversation with Debbie about her new book The Heart of ACT: Developing a Flexible, Process-Based, and Client-Centered Practice Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. As a master therapist and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (or ACT) trainer, Robyn reflects on how the interpersonal relationship unfolding in the therapy room all too often takes a backseat to applying techniques or interventions when learning a new...

Duration:01:03:51

105. The Self-Care Prescription with Dr. Robyn Gobin

9/21/2019
Self-care is a hot topic these days and many of us feel like we should be doing more of it. Yet, the last thing we we need is another “to do” on our list. In this episode, Dr. Robyn Gobin and Diana talk about why self-care is more than just pedicures and bubble baths. Dr. Gobin shares her personal experience with self-care and strategies you can put into practice today. So, practice some real self-care and take a listen!Listen and Learn:‧ The 6 domains of self-care‧ Why “listening in” and...

Duration:00:53:09

You're Doing It Wrong

9/13/2019
Join us for a journey through the fascinating history of motherhood, media, and medical expertise with professors Bethany Johnson and Margaret Quinlan. Gain insight into the causes and consequences diagnose pregnancy, medicalizing pregnancy and childbirth, and how technology and culture have long created a message that mothers are doing it wrong. Learn why we need to change that message and how we can. In this episode, we explore the following questions: · How have different forms of...

104. You're Doing it Wrong with Professors Bethany Johnson and Margaret Quinlan

9/13/2019
Join us for a journey through the fascinating history of motherhood, media, and medical expertise with professors Bethany Johnson and Margaret Quinlan. Gain insight into the causes and consequences diagnose pregnancy, medicalizing pregnancy and childbirth, and how technology and culture have long created a message that mothers are doing it wrong. Learn why we need to change that message and how we can. In this episode, we explore the following questions: · How have different forms of...

Duration:00:52:15