Award-winning psychotherapist Dr. Sheri Jacobson has sat on both sides of the therapist's chair. In this new podcast, she explores people's personal insights into therapy, mental health and wellbeing.
#39 - Sophie Tanner - Self-love
Author Sophie Tanner talks to Sheri about her journey to self-love, including marrying herself, the importance of rituals and navigating internet trolls.
#38 - Andrew Clarke - Depression
Renowned chef Andrew Clarke reflects on why one in two people in the hospitality industry suffer with mental health issues and how his own journey through difficult times and therapy led him to pave the way for change.
#37 - Jonny Toomey - Anxiety
Jonny Toomey, co-founder of streetwear brand AK Attire, joins us this week and tells all about his road to success through anxiety, depression, agoraphobia and tough times - and how a clear vision, loyalty and friendship helped him through.
#36 - Silja Litvin - Mental Health in the Digital Age
Clinical Psychologist Silja Litvin joins Sheri to explore the importance of therapy in the digital world, how emotional intelligence can help us to live happier, more connected lives and how therapy has helped her personal journey. Silja is the creator of the emotional fitness app eQuoo.
#35 - Rosa Hoskins - Bipolar Disorder
Writer and Actor Rosa Hoskins offers her insights into mental health this week, exploring her experiences of bipolar disorder and eating disorders, grief and loss, and the impact of therapy on her personal journey.
#34 - Cat Sims - Postnatal Depression and Relationships
Cat Sims offers her insights into postnatal depression, relationships, the benefits of couples therapy and what 'cheating' in therapy looked like for her! Cat is a mental health campaigner and writer (@notsosmugnow).
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Honest accounts from real people, normalising mental health issues
I recommend to my own clients to listen to these podcasts, because the people talking in the podcasts with Dr Sheri Jacobson help remove the stigma on mental illness. My clients feel more like ‘other people go through similar stuff to me’ through listening to them.
Loved hearing the guests’ accounts of their therapy experiences. It’s made me give more consideration to getting therapy myself
Interesting book idea in the first ep too!
Interesting and honest
I've thought about going to therapy for a while now, so it is interesting to hear others experiences as it's not really spoken about amongest my friends and family. Some really honest talk, very refreshing. Looking forward to some new episodes.