091: Deirdre Fay on Feeling Safely Attached

Uncategorized Aug 12, 2019

In this episode, Deirdra Fay talks about the transformational change that is possible when we understand attachment and trauma and are able to do deeper work within ourselves. Deirdre talks about the seven steps to a solid internal world and helps people learn how to become safely embodied.

Deirdra is the Author of Becoming Safely Embodied and Attachment-Based Yoga and Meditation for Trauma...

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090: Attachment Styles with Annie Chen

Uncategorized Aug 12, 2019

The topic of attachment has been becoming more and more prevalent in the world of relationships. The research is getting more and more clear about how important it is to understand attachment if we are to understand our own identity and our work with relationships.

Research on attachment is guided by the assumption that the same motivational system that gives rise to the close emotional bond...

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089: Infertility, Postpartum Depression, and Perinatal Loss with Bina Bird

Uncategorized Jun 18, 2019

So many of the couples we work with are going through the baby phase of their life. Whether they are trying to get pregnant, are pregnant, have lost a child, or just had a baby, there is going to be a lot of stress and a lot that is hard to predict. Unfortunately, there has historically been a lack of education about this for couples and a lack of support.

In this episode Bina Bird talks all...

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088: Lynn Grodzki on Bringing Aspects of Coaching into Therapy

Uncategorized Jun 10, 2019

In this episode with Lynn Grodzki, we talk about bringing aspects of coaching into our work with couples in therapy. There is a lot we can learn to make sure we are retaining clients in today's marketplace. Lynn talks about 9 skills we can start bringing into our practice now.

Lynn Grodzki is a practice building expert who has helped hundreds of thousands of therapists and helping...

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087: Sex Talk with Erika Miley

Uncategorized May 28, 2019

In this episode, Erika Miley talks about the importance for therapists to get more comfortable with talking about sex. We all have our own sex "stuff" and the more we explore that and get education about sex, the more we can help the couples we work with.

Erika Miley is a mental and sex therapist. She is the founder of the center for mental and sexual health. She hosts a podcast called Sex...

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086: Martha Kauppi on Working with Open Relationships

Uncategorized May 13, 2019

There is a growing reality of non-traditional couples who are coming in for relationship therapy. People who are in polyamorous relationships, want to open up their relationship or are among a number of other sexually marginalized populations are looking for guidance. As therapists we might not always know how to work with these types of relationships, but it is our responsibility to be as...

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085: The 5 Stages of Relationships with Leanne Clarkson

Uncategorized May 07, 2019

In this episode Leanne Clarkson talks about the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy which was created by Ellyn Bader and Peter Pearson. This is one of the leading model of couples therapy and Leanne does an amazing job of describing some of the ways this model can be used with couples.

She identifies the 5 stages of couple's development which include:

1. The honeymoon phase  2....

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084: Men and Masculinity with Joseph Losi

Uncategorized Apr 29, 2019

There are very different ways that men and women are socialized in our culture. Often, this reality is unspoken and creates challenges for relationships. As therapists, we frequently see this in our office and it can be a challenge to know how to address the situation.

In this episode, Joseph Losi talks about a healthy masculinity and what men can do to be more intimate, vulnerable, and...

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083: Keeping it Real with Couples with Jasmine Foulkes

Uncategorized Apr 23, 2019

In this episode, Jasmine Foulkes talks about her journey in becoming a therapist and what has been helpful for her in her work with couples. She has a talent for connecting with couples and uses emotionally focused therapy as the primary model that she works from.

Jasmine is a therapist in Nottingham, England. Using EFT, she helps couples have greater insight, raise self-awareness, and improve...

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082: Wendy Behary on Working with Narcissism

Uncategorized Apr 15, 2019

When working with clients in therapy I often wonder if someone might be displaying aspects of narcissism. I often question myself and my reality. It is important to realize that partner of people with narcissism feel this way all the time. The following is right from Wendy Behary's website:

Typically, narcissists display ten of the following thirteen traits:

  1. Self-absorbed – Acts like...
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