33 episodes

Psychological Content is a podcast designed to entertain, stimulate, inform, and enlighten. Join host and licensed Counselor and Psychotherapist Jeremy J. Lanning as he navigates the complexities of life as a therapist and as a client. Here are some things you can expect from the show; shared experiences, movies, literature, problem solving, feelings, music, love, loss, change, pain and triumph. If you come with an open mind, you will leave with fresh relief and new skills.

Psychological Content Jeremy J. Lanning

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 24 Ratings

Psychological Content is a podcast designed to entertain, stimulate, inform, and enlighten. Join host and licensed Counselor and Psychotherapist Jeremy J. Lanning as he navigates the complexities of life as a therapist and as a client. Here are some things you can expect from the show; shared experiences, movies, literature, problem solving, feelings, music, love, loss, change, pain and triumph. If you come with an open mind, you will leave with fresh relief and new skills.

    2020, Personal Thoughts, and The Advice of My Clients (Year End Episode)

    2020, Personal Thoughts, and The Advice of My Clients (Year End Episode)

    It's the end of the year 2020. In this podcast there is processing and reflection. There is great music and poetry. Also included is some awesome year end advice from real psychotherapy clients. It's a fittingly messy show. Enjoy. See you in 2021. 

    "Survive" by Todd Michael Shultz

    "Radio" by Josh Daniels 

    "New Year" by Joanna Klink

    • 57 min
    Bewildered Wandering and The Fugue State of 2020 (Current Events)

    Bewildered Wandering and The Fugue State of 2020 (Current Events)

    In this episode there is a Lunar Eclipse and a tale of extreme violence in the summer of 88 as well as some personal musings about living in 2020. There are great quotes from Sigmund Freud, Henry Miller, and Arnold Schopenhauer. The episode also delivers some extraordinary music from Billy Hartman, a beautiful son of Texas. 

    Billy Hartman: Doin Swell

    Sigmund freud: Civilization and It's Discontents

    Arthur Schopenhauer: The Wisdom of Life and Counsels and Maxims

    Henry Miller:

    • 1 hr 11 min
    On Being Me: A Rambling Road Trip Memoir

    On Being Me: A Rambling Road Trip Memoir

    On a road trip from Hells Half Acre to Corpus Christi and back again, join me as I think out loud and reflect for 3 hours on being a boy, son, brother, boyfriend, man, service member, husband, father, paramedic, corpsman, surgical technologist, veteran, creative type, catholic, man in love, therapist, man afraid, man content… On Being Me. It’s a road trip straight down and up through the Texas plains, hill country, and gulf coast areas.
    Skuff Micksun

    Madeline Finn

    Brett Borovic

    • 3 hr 25 min
    The Boy, The Virgin, The Train, The Bullets, The Summer (Personal Processing)

    The Boy, The Virgin, The Train, The Bullets, The Summer (Personal Processing)

    Special Bonus Episode! Again! Here is another episode dedicated to "doing the work" in therapy. I am on this journey too. What you hear is what you get. It's raw. You also get to hear two tracks from Cleveland's own Madeline Finn. Take a visit to the Grand River and Painesville, Ohio's former relic train trestle. It's dangerous.

    Madeline Finn

    Train Trestle Old

    Train Trestle New 

    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Boy, The Bully, The Beach, The Lighthouse, The Fear (Personal Processing)

    The Boy, The Bully, The Beach, The Lighthouse, The Fear (Personal Processing)

    Special Bonus Episode! I felt the need to process with my audience. This episode is an example of “doing the work” in therapy. Like you, I’m on a journey. What you hear is what you get. We are all in this together. Also, some good old Michael Stanley Band tunes!

    Michael Stanley

    My Town!

    The Lighthouse

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Negative Space and the Art of Gestalt (Personal Management)

    Negative Space and the Art of Gestalt (Personal Management)

    In this session I check in on current events. The show then turns to the beauty and tragedy of the artist Rosamond and 1974's Blue Ice. We weave in and out of Gestalt Psychology, Theory, and Therapy and listen to some amazing music. Then it is all tied into a beautiful bow. 

    When You Close Your Eyes - A Life Sketch of the Artist Rosamond

    Rosamond

    Skuff Micksun - Rest

    Gestalt - Tearjerker

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Julia Gulia Mulia ,

Amazing!!!

Love this podcast!! Good audio quality. It’s an adventure in every episode, it’ll transport you into the story and weave insights on life with the experiences, perspectives, quotes, thoughts, emotions, music - Great music. You’ll find yourself revisiting the stories afterwards. Its a lot like sitting at a campfire with your best friend after a long day hiking together. I love it!

kbern77 ,

Quality, Value, and Beauty

Mr. Lanning is a master storyteller!

These podcasts are professional, entertaining, and absolutely beautiful. What I have learned from listening to them is life-changing. What incredible value to have this kind of quality information available in an entertaining podcast!

dakotatwilson ,

Psychological Content

This guy knows how to tell stories. 10/10 would recommend

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