Podcast Episodes

Ally is a Verb

Ally is a Verb Curt and Katie chat about how to engage in ally work. We look at white fragility, helpful and harmful responses during times of crisis, and how to leverage privilege appropriately to work to address systemic racism and oppression. We encourage people to step beyond keyboard warriorship and focusing on ourselves to taking actions that can impact...[ read more ]

Psychotherapy’s ‘Yes Man’ Problem (blog)

Earlier this week, I shared our most recent podcast episode in several online groups. Almost immediately, the content was challenged by someone who had obviously not listened to the episode because our guests are still in graduate school. Most of the remainder of the comments were positive and supportive. Ironically, part of the episode described ways in which the profession...[ read more ]

Saying ‘Trust your gut’ is bad advice (blog)

Your first instinct is that this article is wrong.   Now reflect for a moment. Where did that feeling come from? What evidence do you have for that feeling? You’re only five sentences in, and you have made a decision about this article’s validity…and we haven’t even gotten to the point!   Oftentimes, in clinical discussions, we hear therapists advise...[ read more ]

SEO Guide for Therapists

An interview with Dr. Rachna Jain, of Profitable Popularity, talks with Curt and Katie about SEO best practices as well as things to consider when deciding what level of SEO to employ. We also look at how to proactively protect your online reputation and how to repair it. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a...[ read more ]

In it for the Money?

Curt and Katie talk about money. We look at the financial needs of therapists, the perspective of clients and the public that we charge too much OR that we should not want money; the common martyrdom expectation that can negatively impact therapists and the profession. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support...[ read more ]

Black Mental Health

An interview with Patrice Douglas, LMFT, talking about mental health stigma in the Black Community. Curt and Katie talk with Patrice about how she is working to decrease stigma and increase access to competent treatment for African Americans. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. We are human beings who can now present ourselves...[ read more ]

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 ]

Clinical Marketing

An interview with Katie Read, LMFT about what it means to be a Therapreneur and the frequent mistakes that therapists make when writing their websites. Curt and Katie interviewed Katie about the unique challenges for therapist marketing and how to use Motivational Interviewing to improve your website. It’s time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist....[ read more ]

How to Post Enough Stuff (blog)

Everyone tells you that all #ModernTherapists need to have a blog, a podcast, a newsletter, and tons of social media posts. That’s not totally true, but it certainly can be helpful to put some nice content out there to share with your audience. The focus of this blog post is not to debate whether you should post stuff or even...[ read more ]

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