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No matter what’s holding you back, therapist Beth Rogerson wants to help you live a better, more balanced life. Are you and your partner going through a rough patch? Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? Or do you simply need some guidance on your journey to become your best Self? Beth often uses the Internal Family Systems (or IFS) model to help listeners understand and navigate their inner world. She frequently interviews other experienced therapists on subjects like security, shame, and grief. The Therapy Spot will provide you with the tools you need for better, deeper connection with yourself and others.

The Therapy Spot Beth Rogerson

    • Mental Health

No matter what’s holding you back, therapist Beth Rogerson wants to help you live a better, more balanced life. Are you and your partner going through a rough patch? Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? Or do you simply need some guidance on your journey to become your best Self? Beth often uses the Internal Family Systems (or IFS) model to help listeners understand and navigate their inner world. She frequently interviews other experienced therapists on subjects like security, shame, and grief. The Therapy Spot will provide you with the tools you need for better, deeper connection with yourself and others.

    Dr. Susan Reyland: The Problem is not Communication — it's Regulation

    Dr. Susan Reyland: The Problem is not Communication — it's Regulation

    This month, I am joined once more by fellow Internal Family Systems practitioner and clinical psychologist Dr. Susan Reyland. On this episode, our goal is to help you be a better communicator and connect better with your partner.
    For more, visit: bethrogerson.com

    • 21 min
    H.E.A.L. From Negative Experiences with Self Compassion

    H.E.A.L. From Negative Experiences with Self Compassion

    For show notes, visit: bethrogerson.com

    • 24 min
    Getting to Know Your "Hater Parts"

    Getting to Know Your "Hater Parts"

    I know I’ve talked to you before about curiosity, and specifically about being curious towards your sad and vulnerable parts. Today, however, I want you to get curious towards the hater part, the one who resists your sadness, or tries to push it away. This part definitely won’t show up in a vulnerable way! But just like all of our parts, it is only trying to help.
    For more, visit: bethrogerson.com

    • 14 min
    New Beginnings: An IFS Journey with Tammy Sollenberger

    New Beginnings: An IFS Journey with Tammy Sollenberger

    Spring has come to the northern hemisphere and I’m excited to bring you a new episode of my podcast. In the spirit of new beginnings, my guest this month is Tammy Sollenberger. Tammy has just launched her new podcast, titled “The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems Podcast for Anyone Looking to Find Balance and Harmony.” Today on the show, we’ll discuss her journey into IFS, and her podcast goals.
    For more, visit bethrogerson.com

    • 30 min
    An IFS Overview and Listener Questions

    An IFS Overview and Listener Questions

    I have many new exciting interviews planned for the coming months, so let's have a quick refresher course on IFS! Then, I'll answer some questions about IFS and Self compassion sent in by a listener.
    For more, visit: bethrogerson.com

    • 26 min
    Reissue: Martha Sweezy, Ph.D., on Shame, Guilt, and Self Compassion

    Reissue: Martha Sweezy, Ph.D., on Shame, Guilt, and Self Compassion

    As a bonus this month, I am reissuing my interview with Martha Sweezy, Ph.D., from May of 2017. Martha weighed in on important issues at the core of shame, such as:
    What is shame and why is it important? How do we learn to shame ourselves and others? How can criticism and blame help us, and how do they hurt? Where can we begin to relate to ourselves differently on the inside? Does shame have an antidote? For more, visit: bethrogerson.com

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

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Excellent and practical podcast

Helpful & quite practical. Can’t recommend it highly enough!

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Fantastic

I absolutely love this podcast. It is always so calming and uplifting. Please keep up the great work, Beth!

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Get better recording equipment!

I want to like this podcast, I really do, but the podcaster sounds like she is talking out of the inside of an empty box. There is a shrillness and reverberation to the sound of her voice that is stressful to my body. Every time I try to listen to this podcast I end up turning it off after five minutes because of the stressfulness of the sound quality alone.

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