36 episodes

Experience Emerge (ExEm) with musician-turned-mental health therapist, Matt Knabe (cuh-nay-bee), uncovers the various ways people find rest and live free amidst the crazy challenges life brings. With a zoned-in focus, Matt carefully probes into the broken places of people’s lives, bringing the listener into the experience all the while adding life tools and insights. ExEm is a conversational resource of emerge.org, a global faith-based counseling organization.

Experience Emerge (ExEm‪)‬ Matthew Knabe, MA, LPC

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Experience Emerge (ExEm) with musician-turned-mental health therapist, Matt Knabe (cuh-nay-bee), uncovers the various ways people find rest and live free amidst the crazy challenges life brings. With a zoned-in focus, Matt carefully probes into the broken places of people’s lives, bringing the listener into the experience all the while adding life tools and insights. ExEm is a conversational resource of emerge.org, a global faith-based counseling organization.

    Formational Prayer

    Formational Prayer

    On today's podcast we talk with our Executive Director of  Clinical Services Steve Dunleavey, MA, LPCC-S and our Extension Site Team Leader Sarah Queen, MA, LPCC-S about Formational Prayer.  This episode is to better explain how we incorporate the Holy Spirit into counseling, but also our lives.  

    • 34 min
    Trauma Talk: The Book of James

    Trauma Talk: The Book of James

    In our second installment of Trauma Talk, a series we will do every so often on trauma and how it relates to different people in scripture,  Victoria and I dive into the book of James and spend some time discussing the content of the book and how it relates to survivors of trauma.  

    • 36 min
    Rachel Muha Part 2: A moms worst nightmare and how she then teaches us to forgive

    Rachel Muha Part 2: A moms worst nightmare and how she then teaches us to forgive

    In this 2nd half of the interview with Rachel Muha we discuss the process of picking up the pieces after the horrific news about her son Brian.  Rachel takes us on a journey of forgiveness that most cannot imagine.  She stoically tells how she and her eldest son Chris face their worst nightmare face to face in the court room and how they embody Christ-like forgiveness to witness to us all.  Please visit the brianmuhafoundation.org or check out their Facebook page @brianmuhafoundation/runtheraceclub

    • 36 min
    Rachel Muha Part 1: A moms worst nightmare and how she then teaches us to forgive

    Rachel Muha Part 1: A moms worst nightmare and how she then teaches us to forgive

    Rachel's story is incredible and difficult to imagine ever having to go through.  This is the first part of a two part series.  Check back for the conclusion of this interview soon.  You will not want to miss how Rachel's story unfolds after the news she learns about her son.  

    • 28 min
    Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Explained

    Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Explained

    In this second episode of this therapies series; we focus on EMDR.  Joining the ExEm podcast is the Director of the Emerge Trauma Center Victoria Gutbrod, MA, LPCC-S and Emerge's Trauma Team Leader Tish Granville, MS, LPCC-S.  

    • 32 min
    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Explained

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Explained

    In this new series on different therapies that are being used at Emerge; this episode focuses on DBT.  My guests are Grace Dusek, MAed, LPC, CDCA and Anna Copeland MSW, LIW-S. We discuss what is dialectical behavior therapy, what populations it is intended to work for and some of the skills and resources clients learn when using DBT.   

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

amdy h ,

So good

Very helpful

James Fruits ,

Great Addition To My Podcast Subscriptions

I’m admittedly a huge fan of Emerge and Matthew Knabe, so I am very excited to have been able to listen to this podcast and add it to my morning routine of time spent listening to podcasts. The quality of production and content is so good. So good that I find myself listening to parts of episodes again to catch more things that challenge me. I highly recommend!

T Gran 24 ,

Mental health + Jesus

This podcast does so well at validating and normalizing the struggles that threaten to undo us while highlighting the faith and hope that keeps us glued together. Love it!!

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