72 episodes

The Couch offers an opportunity to hear experienced marriage counselors share what they've learned from decades of working with couples. If you and your partner are disconnected, unable to talk without arguing or wondering if you can save your relationship, Deb and Nao can help. Their warm, engaging way of talking about EFT can offer hope when all seems lost in your relationship.

That Relationship Show Naomi Rather, LCMHC and Deborah Curtis, LICSW founders of Seacoast EFT

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.6 • 92 Ratings

The Couch offers an opportunity to hear experienced marriage counselors share what they've learned from decades of working with couples. If you and your partner are disconnected, unable to talk without arguing or wondering if you can save your relationship, Deb and Nao can help. Their warm, engaging way of talking about EFT can offer hope when all seems lost in your relationship.

    Communication Skills for Secure Love

    Communication Skills for Secure Love

    Author and EFT therapist Julie Menanno shares the communication skills that made her an Instagram phenom. With her clear and unassuming style, she shows us how to navigate the tricky places that block connection.

    • 57 min
    Life After Love

    Life After Love

    Psychologist Clare Rosomon joins us to discuss healing after relationship loss. Her new book uses an attachment lens to explore and bring healing from anger, pain and grief.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Sex and Attachment: Deepening the Bonds

    Sex and Attachment: Deepening the Bonds

    Dr. Laurie Watson takes a break from co-hosting the popular podcast Foreplay to talk with us about the intersection of sexual and emotional connection for couples. With her frank and engaging style, she shares what she's learned over three decades to help build empathy even for those couples who feel miles apart when talking about sex.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Healing from Religious Harm

    Healing from Religious Harm

    Psychologist, author and religious trauma expert Marlene Winell joins us to discuss the impact of fundamentalist religiosity on individuals and relationships. She offers hope for healing and finding joy in this life.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    EMDR & EFT: Powerhouses of Healing

    EMDR & EFT: Powerhouses of Healing

    Internationally renowned EMDR trainer and therapist Deany Laliotis, LICSW joins Deb & Nao to talk about the powerful healing that EMDR can provide. We talk about the intersection of EMDR and EFT, the importance of attachment and the value of paying it forward.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Parents & Teens: Repairing the Bonds

    Parents & Teens: Repairing the Bonds

    Drs. Nancy & Paul Aiken share their programs designed to help repair and strengthen the bonds between parents and kids. With warmth & humor, they share clips from an actual family, offering hope for anyone struggling to reach their teen.

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

KarynEliza ,

Wonderful Relationship Insight

This podcast gives the listener new perspectives into how and why humans relate to themselves and others. I’ve enjoyed listening to the guests that Naomi and Deb choose for each episode. Please tune in if you are curious about learning more about your relationships.

LoveAGoodPod85 ,

So Disappointed

I am a Certified EFT Therapist and I am saddened at the very limited mindsets of some of the guests you have on this podcast. I just listened to the Healing From Religious Harm episode and felt disgusted as I listened. The guest is spewing the same kind of prejudices that she says she had to heal from growing up in a religious family. The assumptions she makes about how religious people don’t emphasize human relationships and are all filled with shame aren’t broadly accurate, but she speaks about these things as though this is truth with a capital T. She and the hosts fail to point out that those are unhealthy subsystems within religion. Instead, she talks about religion as being wrong, a toxic system, abusive, and incompatible with critical thinking. I can’t even believe how judgmental this episode is, and how the hosts join right in. What about the people who do believe the tenets of their religion, not because they’ve been indoctrinated but because like me, they came to the conclusion later in life after plenty of exposure to higher education and scientific work and even after my own period of atheism? Are you ok if religious people listen to this and think that somehow they’re not ok because this guest is saying religious people are childlike, not accessing their inner resources, not able to make good decisions, etc? This whole episode is so rife with prejudice, broad-brushing, and errors in logic that it is clearly a just a platform for airing the hosts’ and guest’s personal feelings about religion, which is really not what I thought this podcast was about. To call something you don’t like “toxic” is pitiful and weak. I won’t be listening to this pod anymore. If I use the guest’s definition, I am now traumatized by listening to this. I’m hearing that I’m not ok, that I’ve been brainwashed, that believing in sin is toxic. So disappointed.

bridablue ,

Great Show

I’ve been listening for quite a while now and was hoping the sound quality would get better because the content is really awesome. I just really encourage you to update or completely overhaul whatever you’re using because the sound quality is not good and I think that you lose a lot of viewers because of it. I love everything you guys talk about you guys have been so helpful with me understanding emotionally focused couples therapy and individual therapy. That is the reason for the four star review instead of five star. I’ve never written a review before on any other podcast but I am really loving the show and I really want to encourage you to update the sound.

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