015: Lori Gottlieb on Writing to Help Relationships

Uncategorized Nov 20, 2017

In therapy we participate in the conversation with people as they explore the potential for their lives. As a masterful therapist, Lori Gottlieb knows this work, but she is also an expert at something that is a bit different.

She receives letters from people who need help in their lives. She doesn’t talk with them, ask questions, or get to know who they are. Using only the letter each...

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014: Addiction and Couples Therapy with Bob Navarra

Uncategorized Nov 13, 2017

Addiction and Substance abuse are significant issues that affect a huge number of relationships. Unfortunately, many therapists feel incompetent to work with couples when this is a presenting issue. Dr. Bob Navarra sheds light on this matter by giving therapists a new way of thinking about couples and addiction.

Bob Navarra is a master Gottman Therapist and has over 35 years of experience in...

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013: Law Enforcement Couples with Cyndi Doyle

Uncategorized Nov 06, 2017

When working with couples where one partner is a first responder there are specific issues to be aware of that can help make the work in therapy much more beneficial. Whether one works as a law enforcement officer, for the fire department, or as an EMT, there are common themes that can be extremely important for the partner as well as the therapist to understand.

During this interview, Cyndi...

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012: Building an Instagram Following with Silvy Khoucasian

Uncategorized Nov 01, 2017

There is a growing movement of therapists who are using various social media platforms to connect with the people who need them. In this incredible interview with Silvy Khoucasian, we talk all about using Instagram in order to market your private practice. This is the second bonus business episode for the purpose of helping therapists grow their private practices.

Silvy has been able to grow...

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011: Pragmatic/Experiential Therapy with Brent Atkinson

Uncategorized Oct 30, 2017

When we think about relationships, we often minimize how much work it takes to maintain the happy, healthy connection with our partner. We often feel like love should just come naturally or that if we are with the “right” person everything will just fall into place. What good couples therapists know is that being in a satisfying relationship absolutely does take a lot of effort.

In...

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010: Parenting Issues in Couples Therapy with Mallory Grimste

Uncategorized Oct 23, 2017

One of the main issues that couples bring up in therapy is disagreements about parenting. The way people parent is often related to the way they were brought up by their own parents. That makes these ideals deeply ingrained and particularly triggering for people. Adding to that is the reality that we are impacting our children in a way that will affect them for the rest of their life.

The...

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009: Clay Cockrell Talking Online Counseling for Couples

Uncategorized Oct 16, 2017

When it comes to doing online counseling a lot of therapists feel overwhelmed by everything there is to consider. On this episode, Clay Cockrell talks about all of the ins and outs when it comes to working with couples online. Clay has a podcast called Online Counselling along with a website that provides more information on the subject. He has been working online for over 6 years and provides...

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008: Nazanin Moali on Sex in Couples Therapy

Uncategorized Oct 09, 2017

Sex is such an important part of couple relationships and comes up all the time in our work. Dr. Nazanin Moali gives couples therapists tons of insight into how to work with the sex issues that couples bring up during sessions. She is a Psychologist in California and works with couples and people struggling with addiction.

In her podcast called Sexology, Nazanin untangles the science of sex...

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007: Building a Private Practice with Joe Sanok

Uncategorized Oct 04, 2017

When it comes to making money in private practice, Joe Sanok is on the forefront of everything that is possible. In this episode he talks about the risk involved in having a safe, secure 9-5 job, focusing on a niche, and making more money in your private practice.

Joe is the host of The Practice of the Practice podcast and has a website that offers therapists tons of great resources for...

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006: Acceptance in Couples Therapy with Andrew Christensen

Uncategorized Oct 02, 2017

Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy is the model that Andrew Christensen developed for working with couples along with Neil Jacobson. In his extensive work and research with couples he found that most couples therapy was focused around change. A primary difference in his approach is that it is focused on acceptance first.

Andrew Christensen has been researching couples for 35 years. He is a...

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