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The Power and the Peril of Pop Psychology

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The Power and the Peril of Pop Psychology Curt and Katie chat about pop psychology. We look at what it is, how it influences society, the dangers of leaving it unchecked, and how therapists can support their clients in navigating through all…
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Are Therapists to Blame for Ineffective Workplace Wellness Programs?

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Are Therapists to Blame for Ineffective Workplace Wellness Programs? Curt and Katie chat about a recent New York Times article that claims that individual mental health interventions are not effective in the workplace. We explore that and other…
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What Can Therapists Do When They Get a Life-Threatening Diagnosis? An interview with Patricia Ravitz, LMFT

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What Can Therapists Do When They Get a Life-Threatening Diagnosis? An interview with Patricia Ravitz, LMFT Curt and Katie interview Patricia Ravitz, LMFT, on how she navigated her pancreatic cancer diagnosis as a therapist. We talk about what…
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How Can Therapists Take a Real Vacation?

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How Can Therapists Take a Real Vacation? Curt and Katie chat about how therapists can take extended time away from their therapy practices. We talk about how to budget time and money for vacation as well as what therapists need to have covered…

Is This My Stuff? How therapists can sort through countertransference: An Interview with Dr. Amy Meyers, LCSW

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Is This My Stuff? How therapists can sort through countertransference: An Interview with Dr. Amy Meyers, LCSW Curt and Katie interview Dr. Amy Meyers on countertransference. We talk about what countertransference is, how therapists typically…
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Decolonizing Therapy: A Movement – An Interview with Dr. Jennifer Mullan

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Decolonizing Therapy: A Movement - An Interview with Dr. Jennifer Mullan Curt and Katie interview Dr. Jennifer Mullan about decolonizing therapy. We discuss what it means to decolonize therapy and the importance of doing so, as well as the…
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Modern Therapist Reflections on Preventing a School Shooting

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Modern Therapist Reflections on Preventing a School Shooting Curt and Katie chat about an incident within Curt’s practice. We look at how therapists are called upon to make challenging risk assessments. We look at threat to other assessments…
Photo ID: A backlit person standing on the beach at sunrise with a picture of Laura Reagan to one side and text overlay "Episode 323: Choosing Yourself as a Therapist: Strategies to address burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma - An Interview with Laura Reagan, LCSW-C"

Choosing Yourself as a Therapist: Strategies to address burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma, An Interview with Laura Reagan, LCSW-C

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Choosing Yourself as a Therapist: Strategies to address burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma - An Interview with Laura Reagan, LCSW-C Curt and Katie interview Laura Reagan, LCSW-C, of the Trauma Therapist Network. We engage in real…
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What Can Therapists Do When Clients Don’t Get Better?

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What Can Therapists Do When Clients Don’t Get Better? Curt and Katie chat about what modern therapists can do when their clients don’t (or can’t) get better. We explore what “getting better" looks like in therapy, what can get in the…
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Penny Wise and Pound Foolish: Thoughts on investing and getting paid as a therapist

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Penny Wise and Pound Foolish: Thoughts on investing and getting paid as a therapist Curt and Katie chat about money: considerations for investing and getting paid as a therapist.  We look at typical unpaid opportunities and how to decide…