39 episodes

On Insight Mind Body Talk, Jess & Jeanne, both licensed mental health professionals and body-based therapists, will be extending their areas of expertise beyond the walls of their therapy rooms. Episodes will explore the many aspects integrative wellbeing as well as dive deeper into mental and physical health issues through a body-centered, trauma-informed lens. They'll challenge the mainstream "one-size-fits-all" approach to health as well as provide somatic skills for health and healing.

Insight Mind Body Talk Jessica Warpula Schultz, LMFT

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    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

On Insight Mind Body Talk, Jess & Jeanne, both licensed mental health professionals and body-based therapists, will be extending their areas of expertise beyond the walls of their therapy rooms. Episodes will explore the many aspects integrative wellbeing as well as dive deeper into mental and physical health issues through a body-centered, trauma-informed lens. They'll challenge the mainstream "one-size-fits-all" approach to health as well as provide somatic skills for health and healing.

    Most Downloaded Episode #5: Healing Your Inner Child

    Most Downloaded Episode #5: Healing Your Inner Child

    We at Insight Mind Body Talk have decided our official season will run September – May, taking each summer to re-visit our “most downloaded” episodes. Why most downloaded? Jess may have her favorites, Jeanne too, but what matters most to IMBT is listening to your voice. And we heard you loud and clear through the number of downloads each episode received.  What does re-visiting mean? Well, basically, that you’ll be hearing the original episode again. But this time, prior to the episode, Jess will giving inside information about her thoughts on the content, highlighting key moments, and sharing additional tips not mentioned during the episode.

    In Healing Your Inner Child, Jessica Warpula Schultz, LMFT, and Jeanne Kolker, LPC, look at the prevalence of trauma and how every adult has a wounded child within.  They discuss theories that help to explain how our behaviors, thoughts, and feelings are influenced by the Inner Child.  And as always, they provide mind-body tips and strategies to begin re-parenting your wounded, younger self.

    AVAILABLE for PURCHASE!  "Healing Your Inner Child".  An e-course presented by Insight Wellness and Jessica Warpula Schultz.  Available December 1st, "Healing Your Inner Child"  is a starter guide to healing childhood wounds and living your best life. To learn about enrolling in this comprehensive, self-driven journey click HERE.




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    Janina Fisherhttps://janinafisher.com/Book: Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma SurvivorsPolyvagal TheoryThe Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation.  Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D.Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation.  Deborah A. Dana, LCSW Befriending Your Nervous System: Looking Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory. Deborah A. Dana, LCSW Internal Family Systems Richard Schwartz, PhDhttps://ifs-institute.com/Thich Nhat HanhBook: Reconciliation: Healing the Inner ChildNadine Burke Harris"How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime"https://youtu.be/95ovIJ3dsNkBook: The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity



    Produced by Jessica Warpula Schultz & Jeanne Kolker
    Edited by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Music by Jason A. Schultz

    • 53 min
    Most Downloaded Episodes #4: The Voices of Insight

    Most Downloaded Episodes #4: The Voices of Insight

    Hi, it's Jess your friendly body centered marriage and family therapist and cohost of Insight Mind Body Talk. We couldn't be prouder of the content we have produced for you in large part because of the amazing guests who have so willingly donate their time and talents to better our community and spread awareness about the importance of mental health. I sincerely thank each one of them. 
    Today's "Most Downloaded" episode is from our own community here at insight. I love that it's one of the most popular episodes because I respect every single one of them and I'm honored to be included as part of the staff at Insight Counseling and Wellness. I cherish this episode because it's not often that I get to hear all of our voices come together in an effort to educate and promote that mental health and mental wellbeing is essential to all of us individually, within our relationships in our families, in our communities and globally. 
    In this episode, the whole Insight Counseling & Wellness crew joins in the fun!  Listen in as the staff answers 4 questions. 1) How do you get out of your head and into your body? 2) What have you learned from your work in mental health that you wish everyone knew? 3) What or who inspires you? How do you get motivated? And finally, just for fun, if you had a theme song that played every time you showed up for work, what would it be?


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    Inspirations Mentioned
    o   Bob Dylan
    o   Bill Murray
    o   Joseph Goldstein
    o   Sharon Salzberg
    o   Brene Brown
    o   Ester Perel
    o   Terry Walls
    o   Pat Ogden
    o   Cheryl Strayed
    o   Sojourner Truth
    o   Glennon Doyle
    o   Michelle Obama
    o   Sarah Laundry
    o   Ani Difranco

    Concepts Mentioned
    o   Polyvagal Theory
    o   Emotional Freedom Technique


    The Voices of Insight Spotify playlist

    o    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1RJze5O7EmwAv40i55Lp1t?si=6051d10b8a814e54


    Music
    o   "This is Me", Song by Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble
    o   "Side Pony", Song by Lake Street Dive
    o   "Champion", Song by Carrie Underwood and Ludacris
    o   "I Will Survive", Song by Gloria Gaynor




    Produced by Jessica Warpula Schultz , Jeanne Kolker, and  Jason Klein
    Edited by Jason Klein and Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Music Clip Editing and Mixing provided by Jason A. Schultz 

    • 54 min
    Most Downloaded Episodes #3: ADHD Mythbusters with Lynn Hyland

    Most Downloaded Episodes #3: ADHD Mythbusters with Lynn Hyland

    We at Insight Mind Body Talk have decided our official season will run September – May, taking each summer to re-visit our “most downloaded” episodes. Why most downloaded? Jess may have her favorites, Jeanne too, but what matters most to IMBT is listening to your voice. And we heard you loud and clear through the number of downloads each episode received.  What does re-visiting mean? Well, basically, that you’ll be hearing the original episode again. But this time, prior to the episode, Jess will giving inside information about her thoughts on the content, highlighting key moments, and sharing additional tips not mentioned during the episode.

    Adults living with ADHD, an "ADHD MythBusters". Jess and guest Lynn Hyland, clinical psychologist,  explore the experiences of someone with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). What it is, how the body and mind are influenced, and identify common misconceptions of people living with ADHD. Lynn provides tools to help manage ADHD symptoms and feel more confident moving through life. It's a relevant episode for any person with ADHD as well as their neurotypical allies.   


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    Jessica McCabe (note: We apologize for incorrectly stating Jessica's last name during the recording of our podcast)   Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nPM1_kSZf91ZGkcgy_95Q Edward M Hallowell, MD., John J. Ratey, MD. Book. Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and coping with Attention Deficit Disorder.  Edward M. Hallowell, MD., Sue Hallowell, and Melissa Orlov. Book. Married to Distraction: How to restore intimacy and strengthen your partnership in an age of interruption.  ADDitudemag.com   "This is the website of an ADHD support group and it has amazing articles, podcasts, and resources." ~ Lynn  
     
    Produced by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Edited by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Music by Jason A. Schultz

    • 46 min
    Most Downloaded Episode #2: The Coming In of Coming Out with Alexander Einsman

    Most Downloaded Episode #2: The Coming In of Coming Out with Alexander Einsman

    We at Insight Mind Body Talk have decided our official season will run September – May, taking each summer to re-visit our “most downloaded” episodes. Why most downloaded? Jess may have her favorites, Jeanne too, but what matters most to IMBT is listening to your voice. And we heard you loud and clear through the number of downloads each episode received.  What does re-visiting mean? Well, basically, that you’ll be hearing the original episode again. But this time, prior to the episode, Jess will giving inside information about her thoughts on the content, highlighting key moments, and sharing additional tips not mentioned during the episode. 

    The Coming In of Coming of Coming Out explores the feelings of pride and shame experienced by members of the LGBTQIA+ community.  Jess and her guest Alexander Einsman, LMFT, discuss identity, relational wounding, shame, and the development of pride both in community and within one's relationship with Self.  Alexander, who specializes in psychodynamic therapy focused around LGBTQIA identity, the Queer shame -pride continuum, and trauma, provides strategies for cultivating pride within and healing the relational wound of shame.


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    Alexander Einsman, LMFTwebsiteOutreach LGBTQ+ Community CenterwebsiteCrystal Rasmussen, Author, Singer, Drag ArtistvideoBriarpatch Youth Services, Madison, WIwebsiteBrene Brown, PhDJanina FisherBook: Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma SurvivorsKristin Neff, PhDPolyvagal TheoryThe Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation.  Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D.Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation.  Deborah A. Dana, LCSWBefriending Your Nervous System: Looking Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory. Deborah A. Dana, LCSW Internal Family Systems Richard Schwartz, PhDhttps://ifs-institute.com/Recommended Reading from Alexander Einsman:Your Symphony of Selves: Discover and Understand More of Who We Are by James Fadiman, PhD, and Jordan Gruber, JD

    • 33 min
    Most Downloaded Episode #1: The Mind-Body Connection

    Most Downloaded Episode #1: The Mind-Body Connection

    We at Insight Mind Body Talk have decided our official season will run September – May, taking each summer to re-visit our “most downloaded” episodes. Why most downloaded? Jess may have her favorites, Jeanne too, but what matters most to IMBT is listening to your voice. And we heard you loud and clear through the number of downloads each episode received.  What does re-visiting mean? Well, basically, that you’ll be hearing the original episode again. But this time, prior to the episode, Jess will giving inside information about her thoughts on the content, highlighting key moments, and sharing additional tips not mentioned during the episode. 

    In "The Mind-Body Connection", Jess and Jeanne begin a conversation about what the mind/body connection is and why it's important. You'll learn how the brain differs from the mind, how the body works in relationship to our brain and nervous system, as well as how the body influences our mind, emotions, thoughts, and memories. 


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    The Polyvagal Theory The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation.  Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D. www.stephenporges.com Deb DanaPolyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation.  Deborah A. Dana, LCSW Befriending Your Nervous System: Looking Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory. Deborah A. Dana, LCSW www.rhythmofregulation.com Pat OgdenSensorimotor Psychotherapy Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment. Pat Ogden & Janina FisherTrauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy. Pat Ogden, Kekuni Minton, Clare Pain www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org Neuroscience Neuroscience for Change: A Compassion-Based Program for Personal Transformation. Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.  

    Produced by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Edited by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Music by Jason A. Schultz

    • 49 min
    Ep 33 Post-pandemic Anxiety: Easing back into life

    Ep 33 Post-pandemic Anxiety: Easing back into life

    As people transition back to a lifestyle that is more reminiscent of pre-pandemic times, the daily aspects of life are not the same.  Mixed feelings of anxiety, excitement, and being overwhelmed are common. We feel it in our minds, brains, and bodies. So how do you cope?  Listen in to learn body-based strategies for keeping your calm as you re-enter society amidst an on-going global pandemic.

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    The Polyvagal Theory
          Stephen Porges, PhD. www.stephenporges.com  
          Book: The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation.  
    Deb Dana, LCSW  https://www.rhythmofregulation.com/ 
          Book: Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation. 
          Book: Befriending Your Nervous System: Looking Through the Lens of the Polyvagal Theory. 
    Article: The pandemic brain: Neuroinflammation in non-infected individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. May 2022 


    Produced by Jeanne Kolker and Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Edited by Jessica Warpula Schultz
    Music by Jason A. Schultz

    • 47 min

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