24 episodes

Biweekly interviews about topics in therapy and philosophy. Hosted by John T. Maier.

The Philosophy and Therapy Podcast John T Maier

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Biweekly interviews about topics in therapy and philosophy. Hosted by John T. Maier.

    Episode #24: Shane McLoughlin

    Episode #24: Shane McLoughlin

    Shane McLoughlin is Lecturer in Character Education at the Jubilee Center for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham. His research involves designing and testing interventions that help people to clarify their values and to engage in valued action. He is the author of multiple peer-reviewed articles on the empirical evaluation of interventions, therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and practices of value and value clarification.

    Shane McLoughlin:
    • Profile at University of Birmingham
    • Website
    • Twitter/X
    • The Jubilee Center for Character and Virtues

    Research discussed in this episode:
    • ACT: A Process-Based Therapy in Search of a Process (McLoughlin & Roche)
    • Development and preliminary validation of the value clarity questionnaire in adults and adolescents (McLoughlin et al.)


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    Episode #23: Matt Lundquist

    Episode #23: Matt Lundquist

    Matt Lundquist is Founder and Director of Tribeca Therapy, a group therapy practice with offices in Lower Manhattan and Park Slope. He holds an MSW from Columbia as well as a Master's in Special Education. His clinical work is influenced by his background in philosophy, and has both expertise and a distinctive perspective on the interplay of philosophy and clinical work.

    • Matt Lundquist
    Profile at Tribeca TherapyProfile at Psychology TodayCarrie Lobman and Matt Lundquist, Unscripted Learning: Using Improv Activities Across the K-8 Curriculum• Tribeca Therapy
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    Episode #22: Céline Leboeuf

    Episode #22: Céline Leboeuf

    Céline Leboeuf is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Florida International University, and received her PhD from Harvard in 2016. She is the author of many publications on gender, race, and embodiment, as well as the philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir, among other topics.

    Céline Leboeuf:
    • Website at Florida International University
    • Personal website
    • @cc_leboeuf

    Articles discussed in this episode:
    • Céline Leboeuf, "Phenomenology at the Intersection of Gender and Race"
    • Céline Leboeuf,  "'What Are You?' Addressing Racial Ambiguity"
    • Céline Leboeuf, "What Is Body Positivity? The Path from Shame to Pride"

    Other readings from this episode:
    • William James, "Is Life Worth Living?"
    • Thomas Moore, Care of the Soul



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    Episode #21: Riana Betzler

    Episode #21: Riana Betzler

    Riana Betzler is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at San Jose State University, and previously held positions at Washington University (St Louis), the University of Cambridge, and the Konrad Lorenz Institute (Austria). She received her Ph.D. in the History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge. Her primary research project, "The Science and Ethics of Empathy" is an interdisciplinary project addressing debates about empathy and its value in contemporary society.

    This interview is an exploration of empathy: the concept of empathy, empirical work on empathy, the history of empathy in philosophical thought, the relationship between empathy and morality, the role of empathy in medicine and clinical work, and much more.

    • Riana Betzler, "How the Case for Empathy Overreaches"
    • Riana Betzler, "How to Clarify the Aims of Empathy in Medicine"
    • Riana Betzler's website
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    Episode #20: Steven J. Sandage

    Episode #20: Steven J. Sandage

    Steven J. Sandage is Albert and Jessie Danielsen Professor of Psychology of Religion and Theology at Boston University, where he is also Research Director and Senior Staff Psychologist at the Danielsen Institute. He has authored or co-authored several books and many more articles on relational spirituality, the clinical significance of forgiveness, the nature of humility, among many other topics.

    About Steven J. Sandage:
    • Faculty page at Boston University
    • Google Scholar profile
    • The Danielsen Institute

    Programs mentioned in this episode:
    • The Virtue and Flourishing Project
    • The  "Helping the Helping Professionals" Initiative, funded by the Peale Foundation

    Books mentioned in this episode:
    • Relational Spirituality in Psychotherapy: Healing Suffering and Promoting Growth (SJ Sandage, D Rupert, GS Stavros, NG Devor)
    • Forgiveness and Spirituality in Psychotherapy: A Relational Approach (EL Worthington Jr. & SJ Sandage)

    Articles mentioned in this episode:
    • Forgiveness in the treatment of borderline personality disorder: A quasi-experimental study (2015). SJ Sandage, B Long, R Moen, PJ Jankowski, EL Worthington Jr., NG Wade & MS Rye.
    • Relational dynamics between psychotherapy clients and clinic administrative staff: A pilot study (2017) SJ Sandage, SH Moon, D Rupert, DR Paine, EG Ruffing, LE Kehoe, M Bronstein, & SC Hassen.

    Additional resources mentioned in this episode:
    • Robert Moore on humility

    About John T. Maier:
    http://www.jmaier.net/about-me/

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    • 46 min
    Episode #19: Simon Jarrett

    Episode #19: Simon Jarrett

    Simon Jarrett is a historian and writer, a research fellow at Birbeck, University of London, and the editor of Community Living Magazine. He is the author of Those They Called Idiots:The Idea of the Disabled Mind from 1700 to the Present Day (Reaktion Books, 2020). 

    • Purchase Those They Called Idiots via Reaktion (UK) or U. of Chicago Press (US).
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    • More about Corali Dance Company
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    Other work mentioned in this episode:

    • Deborah Cohen, Family Secrets: Shame and Privacy in Modern Britain
    • C.F. Goodey, A History of Intelligence and 'Intellectual Disability'

    About John T. Maier:
    http://www.jmaier.net/about-me/

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