Talking Therapy Ep 33. Sara Schulting-Kranz on Finding Personal Transformation in Nature

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Sara Schulting-Kranz joins us to talk about her transformation from married mother of three, who one day discovered “my husband is gay,” to life coach, helping and leading people on journeys of their own transformation in the Grand Canyon and in the Sierras. Sara talks about the power of nature to heal and the amazing life changes she and her clients have gone through on such incredible treks. She also talks about what it was like to help blind para-olympian Shawn Cheshire hike the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim. Check her out at www.liveboldlycoaching.com.

This episode is sponsored Exclusively by Ben Caldwell Labs. Ben Caldwell labs provides exam prep, continuing education, advocacy and more. Ben Caldwell labs is building a more empowered, more effective generation of psychotherapists. Check them out at www.bencaldwelllabs.com

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Talking Therapy Ep. 32 Ben Caldwell Returns on Divorce Rates and Emotional Support Animals

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Dr. Ben Caldwell returns to the show to pick a bone with John about a statistic he quoted during our popular Sue Johnson interview. Ben discusses divorce and marriage and its current state in our society. We also touch on the ever emotional subject of Emotional Support Animals and how or if therapists should support their use.

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This was a great discussion and Ben, always a font of information left us with a lot of reading and references in this episode. Some of the things he talks about are listed below.

Tara Parker-Pope – “For Better

Scott Miller

Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioral health services.

Wonk Blog – Washington Post

“The Time Of Year You’re Most Likely to Get Divorced”

“Higher Divorce Rates Make American Women Work Harder”

New York Times

“Divorce Rate: It’s Not as High as You Think”

UPDATE:

Just put this post up and then came across this: Millennials are Causing the U.S. Divorce Rate to Plummet.

Talking Therapy Ep. 31 Food and Sex with Dr. Nazanin Moali

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Dr. Nazanin Moali, a licensed psychologist from Torrance, CA joins us to discuss two of her specialties, eating disorders in men and sex therapy. Dr. Moali, host of the podcast Sexology, brings a unique perspective to her work that she shares with John and RJ.

This episode is sponsored exclusively by Ben Caldwell Labs, creating a generation of more effective, more empowered mental health professionals. Check them out at www.bencaldwelllabs.com.

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Creating a generation of more effective, more empowered mental health professionals.

Find Dr. Moali here www.oasis2care.com

Talking Therapy Ep. 30 Therapist Court Prep with Nicol Stolar-Peterson, LCSW, BCD

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There’s a knock on your door and a man hands you an envelope. You’ve been served a subpoena – now what?  Nicol Stolar-Peterson, LCSW, BCD joins us to talk about getting therapists ready for court. She discusses her experience testifying and tells why she actually likes going to court. She also talks about the pitfalls most therapists fall into. This episode is sponsored exclusively by Ben Caldwell Labs, creating a generation of more effective, more empowered mental health professionals. Check them out at www.bencaldwelllabs.com.

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Talking Therapy Ep 29 Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go with Drs. Paul and Nancy Aikin

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Drs. Paul and Nancy Aikin join us to talk about their workshop for parents and teens called “Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go”. Based on Dr. Sue Johnson’s Hold Me Tight workshop, and adapted for parents and teens, this group approaches parents and teens from an attachment standpoint and helps them connect and hear each other in ways many of them never imagined possible. This workshop is available as a curriculum for therapists to use and as part of this podcast they are offering a 5% discount to a training in Los Angeles on January 19 and 20, 2018 on conducting this workshop. Go to www.laceft.org and use promo code “talkingtherapy” (with no space).

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Talking Therapy Ep 28 Dr. Jeffrey Zeig on the Evolution of Psychotherapy and Milton H. Erickson

As founder and CEO of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation Dr. Jeffrey Zeig has gathered together some of the greatest minds and most dominant personalities in the history of psychotherapy. The foundation’s Evolution of Psychotherapy conference is perhaps the largest gathering of its kind anywhere in the world. Bringing together dynamic speakers and curious professionals it is, as Dr. Zeig calls it, “the Woodstock of therapy”. Dr. Zeig joins us to talk about the conference and his history with his mentor and teacher, Milton H. Erickson. He also talks about focusing his efforts to learn new ways of being a therapist by studying the arts. This is a truly fascinating discussion that not only spans the history of therapy but also looks into the future.

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