42 episodes

We believe the best things in life happen in Relationships. Join us as we dive into discussions with therapists on how to have healthy relationships with ourselves, God and others.

Licensed marriage and family therapists, Lindsey Castleman, Aron Strong and Mariam Coaster guide you through these conversations.

inRelationship Podcast Lindsey Castleman, Mariam Coaster + Aron Strong

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 40 Ratings

We believe the best things in life happen in Relationships. Join us as we dive into discussions with therapists on how to have healthy relationships with ourselves, God and others.

Licensed marriage and family therapists, Lindsey Castleman, Aron Strong and Mariam Coaster guide you through these conversations.

    How Connection Rewires the Brain with Dr. Curt Thompson

    How Connection Rewires the Brain with Dr. Curt Thompson

    Join us for our final episode with Dr. Curt Thompson, psychiatrist, speaker and author, as he shares with us how our connection with God and others brings health and healing. Connection, and slowing down to pay attention to it, literally re-wires our brain for the better. There is power that comes when we build relationships and do this work in the context of community.
    We pray that this episode speaks to where you are in life, especially in this New Year of 2021 and brings hope and healing.

    • 25 min
    • video
    Practical Neuroscience Tips to Overcome Trauma with Special Guest Curt Thompson

    Practical Neuroscience Tips to Overcome Trauma with Special Guest Curt Thompson

    We all come in to the world looking for someone looking for us.  What can happen to our brain when that doesn't happen for us, and how can we overcome that trauma to re-wire our brain for connection? 

    Join us on part 3 of our conversation with Dr. Curt Thompson.  We so love his heart and his mind for God and mental health. 

    • 25 min
    How Being Known Can Lead to Healing with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson

    How Being Known Can Lead to Healing with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson

    One of our favorite quote comes from pastor Tim Keller when he says: To be loved, but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. 

    Expert psychiatrist, speaker and author, Dr. Curt Thompson, helps us understand how we can be known and how it can lead to healing. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

    To learn more about Dr Curt Thompson, visit: https://curtthompsonmd.com/

    • 21 min
    Faith, Neuroscience and the Power of Repair with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson

    Faith, Neuroscience and the Power of Repair with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson

    At inRelationship, one of our favorite books is Anatomy of the Soul. In this book, Dr Curt Thompson integrates new findings in neuroscience and attachment with Christian spirituality. So obviously, we had to invite him to talk with us. And our conversation turned into four episodes! We hope you enjoy the first episode as Curt shares about faith, neuroscience and the power of repair.

    Learn more about Dr. Curt Thompson here: https://curtthompsonmd.com/

    • 21 min
    Trauma and the Brain with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT

    Trauma and the Brain with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT

    Did you know that trauma affects the brain? It does!
    Special guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT helps us know how trauma is stored in the brain and how the brain wants to heal itself and the trauma with it. Alice specializes in the therapy called EMDR and shares how it work together with trauma and the brain. And truly we have all experienced trauma in some way, whether it is something that happened to us or something that we did not get in a relationship that we needed.

    • 38 min
    What is Trauma and How it Affects You Today with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT

    What is Trauma and How it Affects You Today with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT

    There are so many forms of trauma, and especially in this day and time with Covid-19, it is important to know what trauma is and how it can affect your relationships and you. We invited special guest, Alice Stricklin, LMFT to help educate us not only on trauma, but how to know if you are avoiding trauma, what trauma symptoms can look like in us and how trauma is not only defined in what happened to us, but also what did not happen that should have. We hope you enjoy!

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

jennyharmonhammer ,

Good Content

First of all: Lindsey, you asked excellent questions throughout the podcast. I’ve been counseling couples and individuals for 10 years now and on a “real level”; this podcast is very honest. This podcast is a good example of real therapists that have walked with real clients through real relationship issues. I appreciate this podcast.

happyheart<3 ,

Positive, encouraging and REAL

Love everything about this! Love how each segment provides positive energy and focuses real life issues head on!

Amanda84TN ,

Informative and engaging on all things relationship!!

I love learning from the knowledgeable guests on the many relationship topics covered on this podcast. The enneagram episodes are a favorite of mine!

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