Two therapists walk into a bar. You get to listen in, but with better audio.
How Do We Work with Our Own Internal Parts?
The psych guys discuss 'parts work'; an interesting way of working with clients that is grounded in Gestalt psychotherapy theory. Tim discusses how he utilizes parts work with clients in order to have different parts of his clients' selves work better together. This type of work is deep and complex, but the psych guys give some practical takeaways on how you can understand your self (or selves) better.
From Guys to Guys: What It Is Like Starting Therapy When You Might Not Want To
It is common that people enter therapy following a recommendation from someone else. Specifically, it is very common that men are encouraged to seek treatment from their significant others and may have lots of mixed emotions about it. The psych guys discuss this and offer some insight to men out there who are being asked to go to therapy by their wives.
Identity: What Makes You, You!
Today the psych guys dive into a common difficulty they hear about in the therapy room; people dealing with an unforeseen change and a loss of a piece of their identity. Tune in to hear the best ways to prepare for some of these events, and how you can make the most out of these difficult life changes once they happen.
Fixing Problems or Building Your Best Self; How Psychotherapy has Changed
Today the psych guys discuss two different ways of looking at psychotherapy; treating pathology to become functional, and implementing techniques in order to thrive. As always, they discuss their views and thoughts about these two different ways of looking at psychotherapy in their transparent, open dialogue.
Why Aren't More People Putting in Effort in Therapy?
Today the psych guys 'pull back the curtain' and discuss how oftentimes they notice that they might be putting in more effort than the client. They discuss these dynamics and discuss how a great deal of effort can lead to a great deal of change.
Dr. Lukin's Heartfelt View On the Ukrainian Conflict
Today Dr. Lukin, who is originally from Ukraine, speaks about how he conceptualizes, copes with and understands the conflict in Eastern Europe. Konstantin and Tim speak openly and candidly about the recent troubling events and discuss how this conflict can be viewed from different levels by drawing from Maslow's hierarchy of needs.