The Therapists Uncut Podcast is here to help you feel enlightened, validated, and inspired as we share our uncensored thoughts about real life and make mental health relatable. Join off-the clock therapists who happen to be friends for good laughs, guest interviews, casual and, at times, difficult conversations. Tune in every Monday with Alyssa Najera, LCSW Nikki Young, LMFT and Jolene Daly, LMFT.
Morgan Michele Brown on Death, Grief, and Healing Part 2
Morgan Michele Brown shares how the grief and anger following the sudden death of her mother in 2012, motivated a new curiosity about life and death, a desire to seek solutions and answers, and new ventures that now provide others with creative resources for processing their own experiences with death and loss.
Morgan Michele Brown on Death, Grief, and Healing Part 1
Morgan Brown reminds us the topic of Death and Dying is so much of an unspoken topic, that when the time comes that someone close to you does die it’s a blurry road to navigate. Not only for you as the one who “lost” someone important, but also for the people who are genuinely trying to support you through gestures or comments, but are failing miserably and not helping at all. In part 1 of 2 of this interview, Morgan shares her individual grief process that followed the sudden death of her mom in 2012
How Not To Be An A**hole When You’re In A Bad Mood
It’s not uncommon to occasionally “vomit” our own bad mood onto others, but just how are you supposed to avoid this? Our moods are ever changing, but despite whatever mood we may be in we are each responsible for how we choose to respond to our feelings. Learn tips on how to be assertive and clear without making a**hole moves, but also how to be controlled when responding to someone else’s a**hole moves.
The Life Lessons of Distance Learning
Adjusting to Distance Learning has been one hell of job for most families. With the added layers of complexities and barriers, it’s easy to hyper-focus on things that, in the long run, don’t really matter. Hear the struggles but also solutions to how to really use this time to teach your kids values and lessons that will last a lifetime, not just the quarter or semester.
Talking To Kids About Societal Unrest and Other Hard Topics
From the health pandemic to civil unrest to politics, it seems like no matter where we turn there are endless opportunities to have uncomfortable, but important conversations with our kids. Tune in for tips on how to talk to your kids about these difficult issues including how to practice self-awareness, how to decide if your child is “old enough”, being intentional about reflecting your values through your actions, and creating safe space for your kids to have a voice.
When “Suicide Prevention” Hurts More Than It Helps
For someone who is a survivor of a friend or family member who suicided, the words “Suicide Prevention” and “Know the Signs” don’t always bring feelings of hope or comfort. Rather, they often result in a feeling of guilt, sadness, self-blame, or even anger. Through a letter, one brave individual enlightened the Therapist Uncut co-hosts on how the words “suicide prevention” can hurt more than it helps.
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As a mental health professional I appreciate the real talk these ladies bring to the table! But the best part is you don’t have to be a mental health professional to appreciate their great insightful banter! I love the variety of real topics this podcast addresses. Highly recommend taking a listen!
I love to listen while I am cleaning the house or watch on YouTube. They are really funny. Making mental health relatable.
Lol love that reference! I call my sister glittery squirrel.
Love it and am so excited to listen!!!