53 min

Episode 30: We Are Not Saints Between Us: A Psychotherapy Podcast

    • Society & Culture

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/

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

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