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Psychotherapists John Totten and Mason Neely bring you this psychotherapy podcast that explores what is happening between therapists and patients, from both sides of the relationship.

Between Us: A Psychotherapy Podcast Between Us

    • Maatschappij & cultuur
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Psychotherapists John Totten and Mason Neely bring you this psychotherapy podcast that explores what is happening between therapists and patients, from both sides of the relationship.

    Episode 32: Lynn Shelton, in Memoriam

    Episode 32: Lynn Shelton, in Memoriam

    This is a repost of our fifth episode featuring filmmaker Lynn Shelton who passed away May 16th, 2020. Originally posted in January of 2017.
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    There is no better week to discuss the brokenness of humanity. Lynn Shelton is a filmmaker whose films such as Touchy Feely and Your Sister's Sister capture her unique vision of regular people and the ubiquity of psychological pain. She also directs television shows such as Fresh Off the Boat, Casual, and Master of None. She sat down with John following a shoot and discussed her experience of mind and how it shows up in her work.

    • 32 min.
    Episode 31: Therapy vs. The Pandemic

    Episode 31: Therapy vs. The Pandemic

    We are back from a long break for a one-off episode in which our hosts, John and Mason, discuss therapy in the time of coronavirus- how it changes the practice, how it changes the collective conscious, and how it brings into focus not the modality or technique, but the relationship.

    • 36 min.
    Episode 30: We Are Not Saints

    Episode 30: We Are Not Saints

    Dr. Karen Maroda is an integral voice in contemporary relational psychoanalysis who has literally written the book on psychodynamic techniques. In the finale of our third season, she spoke with John Totten on a wide variety of topics ranging from current misconceptions of enactment, to when the therapist should withhold his expressions of love, and how we, as a community, are often ashamed of the anger we feel toward our patients. In this candid discussion, Dr. Maroda lays forth several challenges for psychotherapists in regard to both the importance with which we hold ourselves and the work ethic we bring (or don’t bring) to the job.

    Support: www.patreon.com/betweenus
    Contact: betweenuspodcast@gmail.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/betweenuspodcast/
    Twitter: twitter.com/BetweenUsPod
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/betweenuspod/

    • 53 min.
    Episode 29: So I Married a Therapist

    Episode 29: So I Married a Therapist

    Mason takes the wheel this week as he explores with his wife, Dr. Katie Neely, what it was like for her to experience his emergence into a career in psychotherapy. In a vulnerable and intimate moment between husband and wife, the Neelys process the ups, downs, and crazy-making moments of this emotional journey and how their disciplines of psychotherapy and medicine compare and contrast.


    Support: www.patreon.com/betweenus
    Contact: betweenuspodcast@gmail.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/betweenuspodcast/
    Twitter: twitter.com/BetweenUsPod
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/betweenuspod/

    • 39 min.
    Episode 28: Social Worker's Daughter

    Episode 28: Social Worker's Daughter

    What is it like to grow up the child of a therapist? Megan Griffiths is a filmmaker whose dark characters and tragic situations are undoubtedly influenced by her mother’s work as a social worker. Her latest film, Sadie, is a modern critique of the American culture of violence as it effects a young girl whose father is away at war. It is streaming now on Amazon Prime and available for rent or purchase on iTunes. She sat down with John to talk about the psychology of her films, her mom’s impact on her art, and working as a female filmmaker in the #MeToo era.


    Support: www.patreon.com/betweenus
    Contact: betweenuspodcast@gmail.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/betweenuspodcast/
    Twitter: twitter.com/BetweenUsPod
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/betweenuspod/

    • 42 min.
    Episode 27: Domestic Violence

    Episode 27: Domestic Violence

    In the last few years our culture has shined a light on men behaving badly. But what do we do with perpetrators of sexual and intimate partner violence? Bethany Hendrickson is a therapist who provides treatment to both survivors and perpetrators of this epidemic. In this conversation, she discusses with John the cycle of violence, the similarities in working with both offenders and victims, and what it means to find humanity in even the most inhumane people among us.

    Support: www.patreon.com/betweenus
    Contact: betweenuspodcast@gmail.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/betweenuspodcast/
    Twitter: twitter.com/BetweenUsPod
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/betweenuspod/

    • 43 min.

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