28 episodes

A mental health podcast aiming to de-stigmatize mental health, raise awareness, provide psycho-education, and offer insights to listeners!

Therapized Guy Hernandez, LMFT

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 32 Ratings

A mental health podcast aiming to de-stigmatize mental health, raise awareness, provide psycho-education, and offer insights to listeners!

    Episode 28-"The Uncontrollable Child" w/ Matis Miller, LCSW

    Episode 28-"The Uncontrollable Child" w/ Matis Miller, LCSW

    Matis Miller is founder of The Center for CBT of New Jersey and author of forthcoming, The Uncontrollable Child.  Matis specializes in several emotional and personality disorders, complex childhood trauma, and anxiety in teens and adults. He is a seasoned lecturer on CBT- and DBT-related topics, addressing parents, clients, and professionals, and is presently focused primarily on supervision, education, and consultations.

    The Uncontrollable Child provides skills-based techniques with practical DBT strategies and examples of how to care for, fully accept, and authentically raise kids who are emotionally sensitive...it's about parenting children to be  autonomous outside of ourselves, rather than treating them like property.  As a father of six, Matis would love to talk about why tending to children with extra emotional needs is really important right now, what it looks like to live with "uncontrollable" children, and skills-based parenting for raising authentic children post 2020.

    Find Matis's book on Amazon at the link: https://www.amazon.com/Uncontrollable-Child-Understand-Disruptive-Dialectical-ebook/dp/B08GG2JDHW and most bookstores.

    Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer & Klay from the Album Quiet Night

    Outro Song: here we are by Brett Chance

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 27: Therapized Dose-Going from Guilt to Gratitude

    Episode 27: Therapized Dose-Going from Guilt to Gratitude

    In this short dose of Therapized, we explore the pattern of feeling "guilty" in common day-to-day situations in which we did not actually do anything wrong and may find ourselves consistently apologizing just for existing and attempting to get our needs met. Why do we even feel guilt anyway? Listen to today's dose for your own self-reflection. Enjoy!

    Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer and Klay from the Album Quiet Night

    Outro Song: Ice Caves by Charmer and Klay from the Album Quiet Night



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    • 10 min
    Episode 26: “Sometimes Therapy is Awkward” with Nicole Arzt, LMFT

    Episode 26: “Sometimes Therapy is Awkward” with Nicole Arzt, LMFT

    Nicole Arzt is a practicing psychotherapist in Southern California. She has worked with a wide variety of individuals, couples, and families. Her clinical emphasis lies in treating substance use, eating disorders, and complex trauma. An accomplished author, Nicole is a contributing writer for numerous mental health organizations. She owns Soul of Therapy LLC, a content marketing business devoted to supporting therapists. She is also the founder of Psychotherapy Memes, a global community of more than 85,000 followers. Her debut book, Sometimes Therapy Is Awkward, is available wherever books are sold.
    In today's episode we discuss the effects of the pandemic on mental health and the difficulties in staying connected during this time. We also explore the benefits and occasional drawbacks of finding connections through social media and online platforms. Lastly, we explore some misconceptions or misrepresentations in therapy. Enjoy!

    Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night
    Outro Song: Orange Blossom by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 25-Therapized Dose: Why do I still feel this way?!

    Episode 25-Therapized Dose: Why do I still feel this way?!

    In today's episode we explore how our response to our big emotional experiences may not help and may only exacerbate the problem. Then we review my 3 simple tips to begin practicing increasing your emotional distress tolerance. Because ultimately we can't fully control how we feel, but with these tips hopefully we can learn to became less overwhelmed by them. 

    Please like, subscribe, rate, and review! Follow on Instagram and on Facebook @therapized_podcast

    Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night

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    Outro Song: there is no childhood as such by Brett Chance

    • 14 min
    Episode 24: Therapized Dose-New Year, Same Me

    Episode 24: Therapized Dose-New Year, Same Me

    First off, Happy New Year! Did you make any resolutions? If so, how are those going? In today's episode we talk about making behavioral change and personal growth as well as explore the difficulties in sustaining long-term growth. In this episode I review 4 concepts and tips that I use regularly in therapy with clients to support them in their own development of sustainable personal growth and development. 

    Recommended readings on habits and behavioral change include:

    1. Stephen R. Covey-7 Habits of Highly Effective People

    2. Atomic Habits-James Clear

    Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night

    Outro Song: Homesick by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night

    Enjoy!

    • 17 min
    Episode 23-The Nerd Therapist Dr. Yoni Sobin

    Episode 23-The Nerd Therapist Dr. Yoni Sobin

    Pardon the audio on this one, but it was a great conversation with a great therapist, Dr. Yoni Sobin the Nerd Therapist!
    Dr. Yonatan Sobin (The Nerd Therapist) is a Clinical Psychologist trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), who practices using the Superhero Therapy model developed by Dr. Janina Scarlet. He prides himself on making therapy more accessible and engaging for patients. His practice relies heavily on the idea that life and art are more critically similar than not, and that we can learn just as much about ourselves from our fictional heroes like Batman or Superman as we can from our real-life heroes. Dr. Sobin has an office in lower Manhattan and offers therapy services via telehealth as a result of the ongoing pandemic. To put it simply, if you’re part of a fandom, he’s the therapist for you.
    Dr. Sobin specializes in working with OCD and other anxiety disorders, and provides exposure based therapies within an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) framework. He also works with patients who are seeking help for depression and addiction-related issues. He treats both adolescents and adults, individually and in groups. His practice incorporates traditional CBT elements, as well as a humanistic element derived more from eastern thought.
    While pursuing his doctoral degree, which he received in 2016 from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Dr. Sobin trained on inpatient and outpatient psychiatric units at Rockland Psychiatric Center and Girard Medical Center. He completed his postdoctoral training at the Center for Anxiety, prior to beginning independent private practice as The Nerd Therapist.
    He is an active member of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA), American Psychological Association (APA), and the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF). He contributed to the book “The Joker Psychology: Evil Clowns and the Women who Love Them.” He is also an occasional guest lecturer at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. Dr. Sobin provides consultation and supervision for trainees and clinicians, and leads seminars and talks on the integration of mental health and fandom/popular media.
    My name is Yoni Sobin, and I am a proud nerd. Check out my website www.sobinpsychology.com/nerd-therapy.
    Music By: Charmer and Klay
    Intro Song: Soft Fur from the album Quiet Night
    Outro Song: Ice Cave from the album Quiet Night

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Skal36 ,

Love this podcast.

These conversations about mental health are so important. The topics covered are just so relevant and interesting, and the perspectives from your guests are super informative. I support your mission of destigmatizing mental health!

Walds52 ,

Amazing

Keep up the great work!

Mikeyvp3 ,

Amazing

Great Podcast, listen every morning before work!!!!

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