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We ask experts and influencers about their personal mental and emotional journeys and share ours. Inspired by our journey in therapy as the clinician and client we realize therapy has so much to offer on and off the couch. Everyday Therapy’s mission is to inspire mental and emotional wellness into your everyday life with stories and tools to navigate all the experiences life throws your way.
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Intro to EMDR with Jessica Callahan
In this episode, we chat with Jessica Callahan all about EMDR therapy. For those who are not familiar with EMDR which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, it is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.
Enneagrams and Relationships with Whitney Russel
We are so excited to have Whitney in this episode sharing all about Enneagrams and Relationships. If you haven’t been obsessing over the Enneagram you should! The enneagram is an informative and transformational personality tool .Whitney gives this episode a special touch by giving relationships tips on each Enneagram number.
Why the holidays aren’t always happy
The holidays are referred to as the most wonderful time of the year but, for many families, the holidays aren't always happy. Loss, divorce, illness, financial insecurity, and family feuds are just a small sample of the stressors that can leave people feeling stressed and overwhelmed during the holiday season. In this episode, we give you practical tools to cope with the holiday blues.
Routines and Habits for Mental Health
We often can get stuck in the everyday struggle. Trust us we have been there! So for those who have been riding the struggle bus and want to make positive changes this episode is just for you. We talk all about routines and habits. Developing a daily routine can help us to feel more in control of everything, and help us to make room for all that’s important. Routine can aid our mental health. It can help us to cope with change, to form healthy habits, and to reduce our stress levels.
When Therapy Isn’t Working
You are showing up everyday to your therapy session it’s been a few days, months, maybe years and you can’t shake the feeling of things are just NOT Working! Is it you? Is it your therapist? We got you covered as we chat and discuss why therapy may or may not be working for you.
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Just wanted to share that I have found this podcast extremely helpful. I was even influenced on buying the attachment book! I appreciate yall keeping it authentic, honest, and genuine while also facilitating informative and open discussions surrounding mental health. Coming from a fellow counselor, this podcast has helped me tremendously with my own clients and self.
These ladies are wonderful and engaging. Their guests are knowledgeable and the podcast topics are so relatable. Thank you for discussing the tough issues and sharing your experience as therapists. I’m a LMFT student and trying to soak everything up!
Too much giggling
The hosts giggle over everything, it becomes so annoying it’s hard to listen!