Podcast Episodes

Therapist Haters and Trolls

Curt and Katie talk about haters, heated online discourse that seems to delight in shaming other therapists, Schadenfreude, and the laziness of taking other people down while squandering the opportunity for creativity and positive discourse. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts,...[ read more ]

Not Your Typical Psychotherapist

An interview with Ernesto Segismundo, Jr., M.S. LMFT about what it means to be “not your typical psychotherapist.” Curt and Katie talk with Ernesto about the overlap with the #moderntherapist and how to navigate the unique challenges of being different as a therapist. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings...[ read more ]

Summer Slow Down

Curt and Katie talk about how to successfully navigate the changes that occur during the summer when you’re in private practice. We look at how to plan for the whole year, sync your vacations with your clients, get business maintenance done during the summer, and make sure you’re incorporating your own self-care. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it...[ read more ]

Creating Opportunities

An interview with Marissa Lawton, Licensed Counselor, about creating your own business opportunities when you identify a need in your community (or yourself). Curt and Katie talk with Marissa about how to identify what type of entrepreneur you are, how to identify opportunities, and what to consider when adding these businesses to your therapy practice. It’s time to reimagine therapy...[ read more ]

3 Things I Wish I Knew Starting Out (blog)

Curt and I frequently get asked, “What would you have done differently to avoid burnout in public mental health?” That question used to stop me in my tracks. I have had ideas and philosophical ponderings about what others can do to avoid the burnout they experience. But what led me to burning out within my own helping career? The biggest...[ read more ]

Off-Duty Therapist

Curt and Katie talk about how therapists can be called into action in their off time. We look at how being a therapist can impact our relationships, how to put boundaries around your therapist role, and the risks of crossing boundaries between personal and professional roles with your friends and family members. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it...[ read more ]

Death, Dying, and Grief

An interview with Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW about how we have been trained to handle grief wrong. Curt and Katie talk with Jill about what the Kubler-Ross model is useful for (and what it’s not) as well has how therapists can better deal with grief – for themselves and in their practice. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means...[ read more ]

Interdisciplinary Teams

Curt and Katie talk about treatment teaming as a therapist. We look at why you should do it, things to consider, and what it looks like in different settings. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy talk...[ read more ]

We’re failing as lifelong learners (blog)

When it comes to therapist education, we have a bad case of “that’s how we’ve always done it.” Our education system is slow to change, including how to address client-informed care, working within interdisciplinary teams, and subject areas such as substance use and sexuality. This creates workforce problems where employers find that new graduates are not prepared to enter the...[ read more ]

Field-Based Private Practice

An interview Megan Costello, LMFT on taking the best of Community Mental Health into your private practice. Curt and Katie interview Megan about her very successful private practice that is 100% home and field-based. They talk about how to a field-based practice works, including practical considerations. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We...[ read more ]

Got Questions?
Send a Message!

Interested in this sponsorship? Contact us below, and we will be in touch!

For more information about the sponsorship levels or to sponsor: visit www.therapyreimagined.com, email events@therapyreimagined.com, or call Katie Vernoy at 424-241-3205.