I'm a psychotherapist and this podcast is both the audio from my YouTube/Instagram lectures and original interviews with scholars and creators in the domain of psychology and helping people move towards what's meaningful in the midst of hardship
faith & sexual orientation - Interview with Ben Barker
A conversation with my younger brother ben about his experience growing up gay in a christian culture.
(reflection) faith & sexual orientation - Interview with Ben Barker
Reflecting with my younger brother Ben on what it was like posting his coming-out story and having it public for the world to see. Both his emotional journey and the stories he heard from people.
contentment & being open to change - Interview with Dr. Matthieu Villatte
A discussion on the seeming paradox between being in the present moment, making goals for the future, holding contentment, and being open to change. Dr. Villatte is an expert in Relational Frame Theory and is an author for the book: Mastering the Clinical Conversation.
bipolar, mindfulness, and christian prayer - Interview with John Mark Comer
An interview with John Mark Comer where we discuss the differences between christian prayer and modern mindfulness, identity formation and my personal history with bipolar II.
Get John Mark's Book: The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry:
avoidance & goals
Why avoidance can turn on you and why to face things head on. Reflections from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Jordan Peterson Lectures.
what to do if you're suffering - interview with Dr. Steve Hayes
A conversation on Dr. Hayes' work in creating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and the psychological processes that are involved in thinking about and acting in moments of pain.
Check out his book "A Liberated Mind":
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This is a must listen
Matthias is insightful and compassionate. Listening can be life changing!
I’ve been even following and listening to your tik toks for awhile. And you remind me so much of Brene brown!! Love your podcast so far.