127 episodios

The Emotion Ally Podcast is a weekly conversation with a clinical therapist. You can expect to hear meaningful tools that will help you strengthen relationships and more clearly understand yourself and your closest people. You will hear weekly feedback from a therapist, conversations with real people discussing their lives, and learn perspectives on how to bring out your best self. Come learn why your emotions are not your enemy, but when channeled, actually one of your most powerful strengths.

The EmotionAlly Podcast Kirk Voss

    • Salud y forma física

The Emotion Ally Podcast is a weekly conversation with a clinical therapist. You can expect to hear meaningful tools that will help you strengthen relationships and more clearly understand yourself and your closest people. You will hear weekly feedback from a therapist, conversations with real people discussing their lives, and learn perspectives on how to bring out your best self. Come learn why your emotions are not your enemy, but when channeled, actually one of your most powerful strengths.

    Episode 127: Understanding Our Emotional Layers

    Episode 127: Understanding Our Emotional Layers

     
    In this episode, I discuss the concept of layered emotions, and why they matter in life and in our relationships. I explain Surface vs. Core emotional expression, what it means to become “emotionally fluent,” and how we can apply that fluency to our closest relationships. In this episode, we’re digging into effective communication, empathy, and how to help others feel more seen. Give it a listen! 

    • 25 min
    Episode 126: Parenting Through Transitions

    Episode 126: Parenting Through Transitions

    In this episode, I’m joined by Stefanie Chou, whose oldest son is about to graduate high school, to discuss the art of parenting through difficult transitions. We discuss the uncomfortable emotions of transition moments, what it means to let go, and how to make room for a new relationship. We talk about the process of grief as it relates to transition, and how fostering connection can act as an anchor point in even the most turbulent moments. It’s real, it’s raw, and you don’t want to miss this episode. Give it a listen!

    • 39 min
    Episode 125: How to Handle Highly Emotional Parents: For Teens & Their Parents

    Episode 125: How to Handle Highly Emotional Parents: For Teens & Their Parents

    In this episode, Kirk and Meg discuss what it means to be “highly emotional” in families, and, from the perspective of a teenager, how to handle it when our parents fit that description. Kirk explains 5 keys for teens (and family members) when handling a parent who is angry, sad, anxious, or overwhelmed. Meg asks Kirk the questions submitted by listeners on this topic, and Kirk offers strategies, tools, and hands-on examples to make even our complicated family relationships feel better connected. Give it a listen!

    • 39 min
    Episode 124: Did You Just Kiss the Microphone? A Conversation with My 8-year-old Daughter

    Episode 124: Did You Just Kiss the Microphone? A Conversation with My 8-year-old Daughter

    In this episode, I am joined by my 8 year old daughter, Pepper, and I ask her about her views on friendship, kindness, and managing stress. I ask her what things she wishes grownups knew about kids, how she handles disappointments and frustrations, and what things she finds to be most important to her. It’s a refreshing perspective on life, from someone who is still not burdened by adult fear and guilt. Give it a listen!

    • 25 min
    Episode 123: How to Parent Adult Children without Being Overbearing

    Episode 123: How to Parent Adult Children without Being Overbearing

    In this episode, my wife Meg & I discuss common misbeliefs and successful strategies for parenting adult children. We outline the difference between secure attachment and unhealthy bonds with our adult children, discuss when to give advice—or not, and chat about common parental beliefs that often get in the way of healthy relationships with our adult kids. We also acknowledge the grieving process inherent in raising children and how to find meaning as we seek to focus on our child’s becoming. Give it a listen!

    • 53 min
    Episode 122: How to Respond to Grief in Ourselves and In Our Loved Ones

    Episode 122: How to Respond to Grief in Ourselves and In Our Loved Ones

    In this episode, I am joined by Cori Lazarte, a therapist who helps clients who grieve. Together we discuss different ways that grief may enter our lives, what to say (and not to say) to those who are grieving, and we explain how important it is to make it ok to “not be ok,” and how it can be a part of our healing. We talk about what to do with our anger, and what part it may play in the process. Cori shares her own experience with grief and loss, and we discuss how, when those whom we love are grieving, our “persistence without expectation” can be key to helping them find their strength again. Give it a listen!

    • 58 min

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