Two good friends and experienced therapists explore the topics that were either shied away from or dismissed because they were too big, too nuanced, too risky, or too uncomfortable to address in school or even in supervision. We want to inspire and encourage new therapists to think more deeply, show up more fully, and find humour and self-compassion in navigating the messier parts of being a therapist.
When you are a therapist in a pandemic
In this episode, Alison and Jordan talked about being a therapist in the time of COVID. This was recorded in December 2020, nine months into the global pandemic.We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what...
When the client won't cry
In this episode, Alison and Jordan talk about-how crying shows up in different ways for clients-questions to ask clients around their relationship to crying-how they work with clients in moments they are on the verge of tears-anger's place in...
When you feel like an imposter
In the first episode, Alison and Jordan talk about how new therapists can resist imposter syndrome.We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at email@example.com to tell us what you think, ask a question or let us know what type of episode...