300 episodes

A psychology podcast that is both educational and entertaining.

Psychology In Seattle Podcast Kirk Honda

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    • 4.4, 307 Ratings

A psychology podcast that is both educational and entertaining.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
307 Ratings

307 Ratings

javichipz ,

Great for Students and Professionals

It was hard to imagine for me to be such a loyal listener but I cannot get enough of Dr. Kirk and his topics.

I prefer the clinical topics, to pop culture ones. Regardless of your preference, it is guaranteed that Kirk knows his s#*+ about psychological theory and processes. This is almost like (Patreon-funded) clinical supervision! Love the show, keep up the excellent show.

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So thankful for clinicians like Kirk who put themselves and they’re own original content out there for the betterment of the field. This podcast is a 10/10 resource for clients and clinicians alike. I’ve learned a ton from the his deep dives and the attachment deep dive is excellent. Not super fond of some of the guests he chooses to have on the pod, but I generally enjoy most eps—Bob is fantastic too.

Esmond K. ,

You Deserve This Podcast, So Listen To It

This podcast explains in detail psychological concepts that might help you, be that “self-help” or help that you pursue with a competent therapist. Dr. Kirk Honda conveys information and effective tools, but he avoids attaching that to an agenda, a cult of personality, or a religion, things that too often permeate popular self-help movements like Mindfulness or meditation. It’s not all serious. Some episodes are about movies, music, and pop culture too. One cohost ‘Berto is a funny dude, with a deep and interesting backstory that he shares. You might relate to the emotions of his other co-hosts, particularly Therapist Bob. Really, you might find yourself and some answers in this podcast. So, this podcast is entertaining but also profoundly substantive. Spend your time listening to something vitally important because “you deserve it.”

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