Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

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Use the science of the mind and relationships to update your understanding of yourself and those you love - candid conversations with 2 Austin therapists and their guest experts.
TU 84: Why Do We Over (or Under) React? The Neurobiological Underpinnings of Attachment Categories
Nov 30 • 55 min
Neurobiological differences can be detected between secure and insecure relating, and even between the two organized insecure patterns of attachment (Dismissing and Preoccupied)! Cool, huh!? In this Therapist Uncensored episode, co-hosts and real…
TU83: Establishing Neurological Safety through Relationships with Guest Bonnie Badenoch
Nov 6 • 52 min
The natural neurobiology of co-regulation and it’s capacity to engage safety and heal trauma. In addition, this episode addresses the myth of self-regulation and how to re-engage interpersonal relationships if they’ve been neglected. Therapist Uncensored…
TU82: The Paradox of Masculinity with Guest Esther Perel
Oct 24 • 34 min
Can men be BOTH Relational and Masculine? It couldn’t be a more important time for thoughtful, honest, and provocative discussion on what it means to be a man in today’s culture. Perel makes a case that men are both harmed by the existing power structures…
TU81: How Good Boundaries Actually Bring Us Closer, with Guest Juliane Taylor Shore
Oct 16 • 50 min
Interpersonal co-regulation requires boundary setting. Most of us haven’t been lucky enough to learn to be good at boundary setting naturally, by good examples, so we have to literally be taught how to do this important skill. Well today we are in luck!…
TU:80 Nervous Systems in the News: Dr. Blasey Ford, Sexual Trauma Stories and the Power of Patriarchy
Oct 3 • 24 min
We joke around a lot on this show, but when it hits the fan we are serious therapists devoted to treating real people and all kinds of survivors. Today we give our best guess on they science behind why people are responding overwhelmingly to Dr. Ford’s…
TU79: Attachment Spectrum and the Nervous System, Quick Review with Updates
Oct 2 • 27 min
A guide to secure relating and using the attachment sciences and regulation theory to improve your understanding of yourself and others in your day to day lives. Today we review what we’ve discussed so far on the podcast about the attachment spectrum and…
TU78: The Stress Response System (Attachment) Across the Lifespan - (Replay)
Sep 25 • 32 min
FAVORITE EPISODE!!! This one takes a wide-angle look at attachment throughout one’s life, discusses how one’s environment affects their system’s involuntary response to stress, and how that stress response system impacts us from infancy to the autumn…
TU77: Understanding the Mind with Guest Dr. Dan Siegel (Replay)
Sep 10 • 58 min
Deep discussion on how the current political, international and climate crises could be viewed as a chance to transform human connection rather than be seen from a place of doom. Dr. Siegel called for us all to become pervasive leaders - a great…
TU76: Behind the Scenes with Ann and Sue, Reflections and a Look Ahead
Aug 30 • 10 min
Sue and Ann walk the walk by bringing authenticity and vulnerability to their listeners and seeking connection, engagement and feedback. They also request listener feedback and input to help them co-create an exciting and high quality Season 3 of…
TU 74: Mentalizing: A Critical Component For Secure Relating With Tina Adkins (replay)
Aug 21 • 48 min
Mentalizing seems easy – but actually it is quite complex. Thinking accurately about our own and others minds is such a core skill that many consider it a pre-condition for self-soothing, empathy and other facets of emotional intelligence and…
TU73: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff (replay)
Aug 14 • 60 min
Self Compassion is an antidote to shame, the underpinning of narcissism. It is fierce accountability that is core to psychological health… who knew? Most of us think of it as being soft on yourself, but our guest will reveal the surprising power and…
TU72: Attachment Parenting Vs. Attachment Science, Clearing up Misconsceptions
Aug 4 • 38 min
Finding the middle ground between constantly attending to your child versus letting them learn to self-soothe is a challenge that all parents must face. In this episode, Therapist Uncensored hosts, Dr. Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP, break down the…
TU71: Speakably Sexy – Communicating to Make Sex Hotter and Relationships More Alive
Jul 23 • 37 min
What makes the ins and outs of sexuality so hard to talk aboout? It turns out, if couples do talk about sex, the conversation is often mostly about frequency. However, what is missing are the zillion of other thoughts and feelings we have about intimacy…
TU70: Challenge Your “Busy” Identity – Gain Consciousness Over Your Pace
Jul 19 • 40 min
Do you use a to-do list as a way to justify the need to be busy rather then the other way around? Idleness can breed discomfort and busyness seems to help to fill in the gap. Learn how conscious busyness and idleness can generate cognitive health and…
Exploring Intersecting Genders: What We Can All Learn with Guest Li Brookens
Jul 10 • 50 min
Walk through the discovery experience of coming to understand yourself as transgender and see how this coming to know yourself relates to everyone, not just those who identify as non-binary. What’s the difference between transgender and butch lesbian,…
TU68: Separation at the Border – Compounding Trauma and Insecurity
Jul 2 • 22 min
“Security” at the border? Relational science professionals have a lot to offer to understand the human rights event that is unfolding on the US-Mexico border. This podcast has been all about promoting security in ourselves and our loved ones, and a…
A Practical Technique to Calm and Confidence with Guest Richard Hill
Jun 25 • 45 min
As we continue our discussion of the relational sciences in everyday life, this episodes examines practical treatment ideas from a practitioner’s playbook. Mirroring Hands is outlined and demonstrated in this episode.
TU66: Lessons from the Single-Not-Dating World on Using Attachment Science in Real Life, with Guest Becki Mendivil
Jun 4 • 52 min
All the single listeners (think Beyonce!) heads up. Learn to use attachment science at work and delve more deeply into the avoidant end of the spectrum. Attachment science isn’t just about relationships, it’s decades of research on how we come to see…
TU65: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Tuning Into the Wisdom of Your Body, with Guest Dr. Pat Ogden
May 25 • 54 min
Learn how tapping into the depth of wisdom your body holds can have a huge impact on your sense of self. Body attunement + conscious reflection (left/right, top/bottom integration) are hallmark markers of secure functioning. Tap into your own body as a…
TU64: Mindfulness Meditation with Yoga Therapist Kelly Inselman, Bonus Episode
May 16 • 18 min
Mindfulness literally soothes our nervous system - straight up, super cool meditation. Try it and repeat. Enjoy a straight shot of Kirtan Kriya Meditation from Kundalini Yoga Instructor and Therapist, Kelly Inselman. That’s fancy for coolness and calm.…
TU63: Living with Cancer - The Six Principles of Emotional Healing with Guest Kelly Inselmann
May 10 • 40 min
Cancer sucks, no way around it. If you have it, had it or are supporting someone who does, this episode will be nourishment for you by bringing your mind and body into the healing and recovery process for cancer and trauma is so important.
TU62: The Luv Doc - Dating and Relationship Advice from the Trenches with Dan Hardick
May 1 • 51 min
Get the Luv Doc’s irreverent and bitingly honest insights on the dating scene and relationships that survive. Also known as Dan Hardick, the Doc provides a unique perspective with his decades of experience editing Personal Ads and giving cringe-worthy…
TU61: It’s Not Crazy, It’s a Solution to an Unsolvable Problem - Disorganized Attachment
Apr 24 • 36 min
The elusive 4th category of adult attachment, disorganization - and how this state of mind relates to everyone, no matter your trauma history. Wrapping up this 3-part series (episode 59, 60 & 61) focusing specifically on adult attachment, Ann Kelley PhD…
TU60: Preoccupation in Relationships - Signs and Solutions to Anxious Attachment
Apr 16 • 34 min
Dr. Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP discuss the Insecure Preoccupied, or Anxious/Ambivalent side of the attachment spectrum. This discussion can stand alone, but it also continues as a soft Part 2 from last episode TU59: Are You Cool or Just Cut Off…
TU59: Dismissing/Avoidant Styles of Relating in Adulthood,
Apr 2 • 36 min
This episode is especially for those “talk to the hand” kind of people, or those that love them. You know, the uber-independent, rational, left-brain, excel spreadsheet person that sees others emotions as needy and weak. Co-hosts Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP…
TU58: Improving the Interpersonal World of the Internet for Both Kids and Adults with Guest Catherine Knibbs
Mar 28 • 62 min
Enjoyable one - learn the problematic and adaptive psychology behind online social interactions as Therapist Uncensored host Ann Kelley interviews the delightful UK-based psychotherapist. Catherine Knibbs coined the phrase “cyber trauma” and is author of…
TU57: Healthy Dating for Women Who Love Women with Guest Pam Greenstone LPC
Mar 12 • 58 min
This episode is for everyone – all genders and sexualities - but today we focus on same-sex oriented women in the LGBTQ community. Learn to get out there and enjoy yourself as you peruse your choices.
TU56: How We Come to Define Ourselves, Attachment Research Over Decades with Guest Alan Sroufe
Mar 6 • 60 min
Pick the brain of a leading attachment researcher to more deeply understand how attachment styles from infancy are both stable and can change over time. Dr. Sroufe leads us through his 40 years of research to give us his reflections on what is important…
TU55: Feeling Empty? Demoralization and the Fight Back to Caring Again.
Feb 14 • 32 min
Hopelessness, loss of meaning, and existential distress – these are the characteristics not of depression as one might think, but of demoralization. They are different syndromes with different directions for intervention. Find out more in this episode…
TU54: The Stress Response System (Attachment) Across the Lifespan
Jan 31 • 32 min
Neuroscience continues to document our ability to change and grow throughout our life. This episode takes a wide-angle look at attachment throughout one’s life, discusses how one’s environment affects their system’s response to stress, and how that stress…
TU53: Complex Trauma and Managing Dysregulation with Guest Robyn Gobbel
Jan 17 • 41 min
Whether it’s your own history or someone you love, let’s be honest - it can be challenging to be in committed close relationships when early attachment injuries have been layered and ongoing. Threat and unrepaired ruptures lie in our biology and our…
TU52: Using Mindfulness, Movement and Yoga to Manage Arousal, with Guest Kelly Inselmann
Jan 8 • 46 min
Conquer your stress and worry using the neuroscience-backed techniques in this episode. Movement and yoga can enhance the depth of therapy and assist in reducing your upset no matter where you are. Also see the bonus track that accompanies this episode, a…
TU52.5: Bonus Episode: Meditation to Reduce Stress and Worry
Jan 8 • 13 min
Yoga master and psychotherapist, Kelly Inselman, shares with us a 12-minute meditation we think you’ll love! Check it out, and listen to the companion podcast Episode 52, Using Mindfulness Movement and Yoga to Manage Stress and Worry with Guest Kelly…
TU51: Conquer Shame by Understanding the Science Behind the Feeling, with Guest Expert, Dr. Steve Finn
Dec 14, 2017 • 59 min
Shame, the good, the bad and the ugly! In this podcast, learn how to recognize the various forms of shame and how guilt can be an antidote to this pit in the stomach feeling. Sue Marriott, Dr. Ann Kelley and guest Dr. Stephen Finn engage in a wide-ranging…
TU50: The Psychology of an Entrepreneur -Surprising Insights with Guest Krisztina ‘Z’ Holly
Dec 7, 2017 • 52 min
Get your own dormant entrepreneur excited with this podcast, which delves into the psychology of these successful leaders. Also find out how to increase the “luck” factor in getting your goals accomplished.
TU49: Five Strategies to Manage Intense Emotions & Why Emotional Regulation Matters
Nov 28, 2017 • 27 min
Become a master not a disaster at relationships! Quick tips to help you regulate emotions in yourself and others. Deepen your skills at deciphering these things we call feelings (ack!) and learn how to use this information to co-regulate yourself and…
TU48: Tensions Around #MeToo, Bridging Gender in This Conversation
Nov 21, 2017 • 59 min
Can healthy dialogue around the #MeToo phenomena cross genders? We explore the tensions felt by both men and women in understanding one another and strategies to help listeners balance power and create safety together
TU47: Attachment Insecurity and Secure Parenting with Guest Tina Payne-Bryson
Oct 30, 2017 • 45 min
Let’s get real about not being a perfect parent or partner so we can do both better! Regulation before reflection! NYT best-selling author Tina Payne Bryson talks with Sue Marriott, co-host of Therapist Uncensored about being honest about parenting (&…
TU46: Redefining Infidelity: Guest Esther Perel on Love and Desire in Modern Relationships
Oct 24, 2017 • 50 min
Guest Esther Perel shares her research on love, desire and infidelity in modern relationships. Update your model of relational and sexual health, and widen your perspective on the erotic, which is the difference between a relationship that just survives,…
TU45: Music, Emotion and Therapy: Interview with Bob Schneider, Austin Music Legend
Oct 17, 2017 • 63 min
Not only does Bob Schneider (professional musician and wicked Creative) share his navigation of emotion as he writes music, in this in-depth conversation he also shares personal information about his therapy and recovery with Sue Marriott. He goes on to…
TU44: Your Brain on Music: How Music Affects Your Mind, Memory and Happiness
Oct 9, 2017 • 34 min
Learn how to use music to improve brain health, manage mood, increase relational happiness and get tips on how to build neural plasticity through this art. Remember, it’s not just cotton candy for the ears! Dr. Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott discuss the…
TU43: Sexual Vitality: Six Principles of Sexual Health with Doug-Braun Harvey (Part 2 of 2)
Sep 26, 2017 • 39 min
(PART 2 of 2) Add pleasure back in to the conversation about healthy sex and the whole conversation changes! This is the second half of a conversation with Doug Braun-Harvey, co-author of Treating Out of Control Sexual Behavior, Rethinking Sex Addiction ,…
TU42: Sexual Vitality, Refreshing our Understanding of Sexual Health with Doug-Braun Harvey (Part 1 of 2)
Sep 19, 2017 • 52 min
Add pleasure back in to the conversation about healthy sex and the whole conversation changes! In this very sexy conversation (earphones around little kids are good idea for this one!), we talk about the balance between pleasure and safety as a way to…
TU41: The Dark Side Of Therapy: Recognizing When The Therapeutic Relationship Goes Bad
Aug 30, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: The Dark Side Of Therapy: Recognizing When The Therapeutic Relationship Goes Bad Show Note Queue Darth Vader music… we admit it, not all therapy is good therapy. Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott discuss the potential negatives in the…
TU40: Meditation And Neuroplasticity Provide a Path To Healing: An Interview With Sarah Peyton
Aug 22, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Meditation And Neuroplasticity Provide a Path To Healing: An Interview With Sarah Peyton Show Notes Patty Olwell interviews Sarah Peyton, author of Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations & Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for…
TU39: Getting What You Want From Therapy: The Essentials Of A Therapeutic Relationship
Aug 14, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Getting What You Want From Therapy: The Essentials Of A Therapeutic Relationship Show Notes Dr. Ann Kelley, Sue Marriott & Patty Olwell chat about the importance of building a strong therapeutic relationship with clients. We’ll discuss…
TU38: The Blended Family: How to Create Strong and Lasting Step-Family Relationships
Jul 26, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: The Blended Family: How to Create Strong and Lasting Step-Family Relationships Show Notes This episode breaks it down by debunking the most popular myths and giving specific do’s and don’ts to help you create secure long-lasting families…
TU37: Organizing The Disorganized: Understanding The Elusive Attachment Category
Jul 18, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Organizing The Disorganized: Understanding The Elusive Attachment Category Show Notes Disorganized attachment states of mind happen to us all. We temporarily get lost in a jumble and it’s difficult to track what is happening… but for some…
TU36: The Neuroscience Of Psychotherapy: An Interview With Louis Cozolino
Jul 10, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: The Neuroscience Of Psychotherapy: An Interview With Louis Cozolino Show Notes Patty Olwell and Louis Cozolino have a wide-ranging discussion of interpersonal neurobiology and how it explains why good therapy works. They also use this…
TU35: Sexuality From A Neurobiological Perspective
Jun 28, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Show Notes Sexuality From A Neurobiological Perspective In this episode, our guest is Dr. Alexandra Katehakis, Ph.D., LMFT, who is the Founder and Clinical Director of the Center for Healthy Sex in Los Angeles, California and author of…
TU34: Treating Attachment Disruptions in Adults With David Elliott
Jun 21, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Treating Attachment Disruptions in Adults With David Elliott Show Notes We knew we had to interview Dr. Elliott upon finding his book, Attachment Disturbances in Adults, Treatment for Comprehensive Repair(2016). It immediately became…
TU33: Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Roadmap To Understanding And Treatment
Jun 15, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Roadmap To Understanding And Treatment Show Notes Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) ACES was a ground breaking study where over 17,000 members of a Kaiser Permanente HMO were surveyed about…
TU32: Mentalizing:Breaking Down A Critical Component For Secure Relating With Tina Adkins
May 24, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Mentalizing: Breaking Down a Critical Component for Secure Relating with Tina Adkins, Phd Show Notes Mentalizing seems easy – but actually is quite complex. Thinking accurately about our own and others minds is such a core skill that many…
TU31: Attachment on a Spectrum: Navigating Adult Insecurity and Security
May 17, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Attachment on a Spectrum: Navigating Adult Insecurity and Security It’s been awhile since we’ve talked specifically about attachment. In this episode we are going to discuss it again more from a clinical perspective rather than from a…
TU30: The Stages of Change: A Roadmap to Readiness
May 9, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: The Stages of Change: A Roadmap to Readiness Show Notes Figure out where you are in the change cycle to be more efficient at stopping your drinking, weed smoking or over-eating. Be more effective with others by identifying where they are…
TU29: Understanding Adolescent Self-Consciousness From A Brain-Wise Perspective
May 3, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Understanding Adolescent Self-Consciousness From A Brain-Wise Perspective Show Notes Listening to a teenager obsess about the pimple on their cheek or other body part that doesn’t look right and that in their mind is glowing neon can be…
TU28: Minding Anxiety: How To Reduce Noise In The System
Apr 27, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Minding Anxiety: How To Reduce Noise In The System Our Survival Brain Our brains evolved to be alert for threats. It was valuable to be scanning our environment for predators, planning escape routes and rehearsing contingencies when we…
TU27: Raising Secure Children With Guest Tina Payne Bryson
Apr 17, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Raising Secure Children with Guest Tina Payne Bryson In this episode co-host Sue Marriott interviews attachment expert Tina Payne Bryson about the real challenges of staying attuned and connected while raising children. It’s a no-nonsense…
TU26: Live Conversation With Austin In Connection About Interpersonal Neurobiology
Apr 3, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Live Conversation With Austin In Connection About Interpersonal Neurobiology Show Notes In this special episode, we take you deep in the heart of Austin TX where therapists gather to learn, study and practice the relational sciences and…
TU25: Ping-Pong vs Catch: Turning Communication from Competition to Connection
Mar 27, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Ping-pong vs Catch: Turning Communication from Competition to Connection Show Notes Enhancing Communication Learn how playing a good game of emotional pitch and catch can immediately improve your communications. Sometimes hearing the…
TU24: Grief And Our Body’s Wisdom On Surviving It With Candyce Ossefort-Russell
Mar 20, 2017
Grief: a natural process to heal the violation of loss. Candyce Ossefort-Russell and co-hosts Ann Kelley and Patty Olwell discuss what grief is, how our culture views it and how to understand and help ourselves and others navigate the healing journey…
TU23: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff
Feb 28, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff Show Notes Co-host Dr. Ann Kelley interviews Dr. Kristen Neff, an Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin and a foremost author and expert in Self Compassion.…
TU22: Love Letter To Group Psychotherapy
Feb 20, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Love Letter To Group Psychotherapy Show Notes Co-hosts Sue Marriott and Patty Olwell interview colleagues at the American Group Psychotherapy 2016 Association Annual Meeting in New York. They talk about why they love group therapy and why…
TU21: Reduce Drama in Your Life – Unpack The Victim Perpetrator Rescuer In Us All
Feb 13, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Reduce Drama in Your Life - Unpack The Victim Perpetrator Rescuer In Us All Stephen Karpman, MD a psychiatrist working with Transactional Analysis under Erik Berne conceived the idea of this simple representation, now referred to as a…
TU20: Developing Racial Identity With Guests Rudy Lucas And Christine Schmidt
Feb 1, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Developing Racial Identity with Guests Rudy Lucas and Christine Schmidt Show Notes Guests Christine Schmidt and Rudy Lucas join co-hosts Patty Olwell and Sue Marriott in a wide-ranging discussion on racial identity just after the…
TU19: Increase Your Cool By Managing Your Ventral Vagal System
Jan 24, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Increase Your Cool By Managing Your Ventral Vagal System Show Notes In Part II of our exploration of polyvagal theory, with psychotherapists and co-hosts of this podcast, Ann Kelley, Patty Olwell and Sue Marriott we talk about strategies…
TU18: Polyvagal Theory: Understanding Irrational Threat Responses in Relationships
Jan 18, 2017
Unpack the science behind the polyvagal theory, with psychotherapists and co-hosts of this podcast, Ann Kelley, Patty Olwell and Sue Marriott as they explore how our nervous system appraises safety and danger. Then they discuss how to harness the…
TU17: The Biology of Motivation and Habits: Why We Drop the Ball
Jan 10, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Biology of Motivation and Habits: Why We Drop the Ball Understanding Research Behind Motivation and Habits Even when it is so important to us, why is it that it’s so hard to follow through when we are trying to make or break habits? In…
TU16: Inside The Mind Of Dr Dan Siegel: An Interview
Jan 4, 2017
IN THIS EPISODE: Inside the Mind of Dr. Dan Siegel Show Notes Interview with Dr Dan Siegel, the father of Interpersonal Neurobiology. Get a peak into his thoughts on hope in our fear-based culture today, human kind across history and using this science to…
TU15: Decoding The Science Of Interpersonal Neurobiology
Dec 13, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Unpacking The Science of Interpersonal Neurobiology Show Notes Unpack the complicated science behind the brain, the mind and secure relating with psychotherapists and co-hosts of this podcast, Ann Kelley, Patty Olwell and Sue Marriott as…
TU14: How To Handle Post Election Tensions: Tips For The Holidays And Beyond
Nov 20, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: How To Handle Post Election Tensions: Tips For The Holidays And Beyond You know the feeling you get when you find out that someone you know and like voted for the “wrong person” this past election? Ann Kelley, Patty Olwell and Sue…
TU13: Our Powerful Fascination With Narcissism In The Era Of Trump
Nov 4, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Our Powerful Fascination With Narcissism In The Era Of Trump An in-depth discussion with Dr. Leonard Cruz and Dr. Steven Buser, editors of “A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump.” We are publishing this podcast…
TU12: If It’s Not Good For You, It’s Not Good for Us: Interview With Relationship Expert Stan Tatkin
Nov 1, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: If It’s Not Good for You, It’s not Good for Us: Interview with Relationship Expert Stan Tatkin Show Notes Clinician, author, PACT developer, and co-founder of the PACT Institute, Dr. Stan Tatkin teaches at UCLA, maintains a private…
TU11: Gain Influence and Balance Power in Important Relationships
Oct 26, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Gain Influence and Balance Power in Important Relationships Show Notes Join our email list at www.therapistuncensored.com to access our private online community supporting the dissemination of the relational sciences to support healthy…
TU10: The 7 Circuits of Emotion: What Animals Can Teach Us about Human Relating
Oct 11, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Show Notes Episode 10 The 7 Circuits of Emotion and What Animals Can Teach Us about Human Relating Join our email list at www.therapistuncensored.com to access our private online community supporting the dissemination of the relational…
TU09: Minding Your Relationship: Three Mindfulness Exercises to Practice With Your Partner
Oct 4, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Episode 9: Minding Your Relationship: Three Mindfulness Exercises to Practice With Your Partner Show Notes We often stop really seeing and hearing our significant other, so mindfulness in your relationship is a key free resource to add…
TU08: Understanding Emotional Triggers: Why Your Buttons Get Pushed and What To Do About It
Sep 27, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Show Notes – Therapist Uncensored Episode 8: Understanding Emotional Triggers: Why Your Buttons Get Pushed and What to Do About It Excerpt: Therapists explain the neuroscience behind emotional over-reactivity. The term triggers has been…
TU07: What is Group Therapy and 5 Reasons You Should Try It
Sep 19, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Episode 7: What is Group Therapy and 5 Reasons You Should Try It Show Notes * Group therapy is often stereotyped and definitely overlooked as a way to deal with challenges in your life, this episode goes into this is a fun way * It offers…
TU06: How Attachment Impacts Adult Relationships (continued) Part 2: Attachment 102 Part 2
Sep 8, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Attachment 102 Show Notes Secure adult relationships are what we are shooting for, with ourself and with close others. Secure relating is connected to neural integration and road maps we have internalized from our childhood. The capacity…
TU05: How Attachment Impacts Adult Relationships: Attachment 101 Part 1
Sep 8, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Attachment 101 Show Notes Secure relationships are what we are shooting for, with ourself and with close others. Secure relating is connected to neural integration and road maps we have internalized from our childhood. The capacity for…
TU04: A Simple Technique to Reduce Stress and Worry: Mindful Awareness Practice in Action
Aug 28, 2016
TU03: Different Sex Drives: Are We Screwed?
Aug 21, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Unequal Sexual Desire, Podcast Episode 3 of Therapist Uncensored Show Notes * Understanding sexuality, emotions and sexual desire in long-term relationships can help keep the fires burning and conflict - or drift - at bay. * Unequal…
TU02: Brain Science 101: How Understanding Your Brain Can Improve Your Relationship
Aug 14, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Brain Science 101: How Understanding Your Brain Can Improve Your Relationships Show Notes * This episode offers a foundation for future episodes. This is key to understanding the relational brain so that you can use that information to…
TU01: Communication 101: Decoding Couples Communication
Aug 7, 2016
IN THIS EPISODE: Brain Health 101: How Understanding Your Brain Can Improve Your Relationships Show Notes * (IF VIEWING IN ITUNES - THERE IS AN ERROR THAT WE ARE WORKING ON TO STOP THIS LONG FEED.) * This episode is the first of a series of foundational…