We are a podcast comprised of five minority, student and master’s level, millennial therapists who love having authentic, UNAPOLOGETIC conversations. We feel it’s important for you to know that conversations about mental health don’t have to be taboo. We can’t wait for you to learn from us, relate to us, and hear all of the fun we have together as therapists, and most importantly as friends. New Sessions Drop Every Wednesday at Midnight!
Session 19: Healthy Dating
Dating in this day and age can be a lil rough let’s be real! In this session we’re talking about what healthy dating looks like. Whether you are newly dating or in a relationship it’s important that you are engaging in the process in a way that works for you and making sure you are communicating your needs and creating space for your partner to do so as well. Expectations, boundaries, and figuring out what you want when you’re dating can sometimes result in some anxiety, but we got you! We hope you take away some gems and apply them to your own dating life. ✨
Session 18: What to Expect in Couples Therapy
We've spent a lot of time discussing our own therapeutic and professional perspectives of what Individual Therapy is like, but what about Couples & Relationship Therapy? After all, we are therapist's trained in Marriage & Family Therapy! During this session we explore common things to expect in Couples Therapy in terms of what a therapist might expect of their client's, things that are addressed and explored in therapy, as well as common issues partners might come to therapy for including the breakdown of communication issues, types of abuse, infidelity, life transitions, uncovering unhealthy cycles and patterns within the relationship, etc. We also take the time to explain how Relationship Therapy isn't only for couples, but that it can be a place for any type of relationship including a friendship, family, or roommates and how it can be just as important for the relationship.
Session 17: Emotional Intelligence
In this week’s session we’re talking emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is defined as the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions. We know expressing emotions can be difficult for some, and we talk about our own personal experiences in dealing with expressing our emotions. Emotional intelligence is an important skill for us to learn for ourselves and for our relationships. We hope you enjoy and start having your own unapologetic conversations on how you can increase your emotional intelligence! ✨
Session 16: Self of the Therapist and Self-Care
In this session the Unapologetic ladies discuss Self of the Therapist, which is how therapists recognize and deal with triggers when they come up in the therapy room with clients. Triggers can range from similar past traumas or just dealing with the same issues our clients are! Therapists are human too, so it’s important to recognize when something comes up for us and how to make sure we are taking care of ourselves! That leads us into a conversation about the importance of self-care and how burnout can be all too real! Enjoy! ✨
Session 15: Forgiveness
"Forgive and Forget" is a common phrase we often hear, but what does that really mean? What are we necessarily forgiving and what are we forgetting? During this session, we get to unpack the interesting and very relatable topic of Forgiveness. We have all been in a situation where we were hurt by someone else close to us and we've either had to make the tough decision to forgive the person to help release the hurt and resentment we've been holding onto, or to continue moving forward without it. In this session, you will hear us explain our own meaning of Forgiveness and what it looks like, and open up about our own tough experiences with Forgiveness and what it did for us. We also get the chance to explain the many benefits of Forgiveness work, what it looks like in therapy, and the stages of it to help break down the actual process.
Session 14: Life During a Pandemic
Hey guys! We’re back with our second episode of season 2! This session is all about how we’ve been dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic over the last year, both professionally and personally. As new therapists, we talk about our experiences and challenges with doing tele-therapy and connecting with clients. We also discuss how we’ve been dealing with being millennials in Atlanta during a pandemic! Get ready for some laughs and some real talk. Enjoy!
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Made me think laugh and reflect
I just finished listening to your podcast! I love it and even though you guys were explaining a lot about the history and purpose of therapy I felt like I still learned some things about myself and took some things away to use in my life. As someone who has never gone to therapy, but probably should, this is a good start to understanding the purpose and motivation behind therapy. And I was dying when y’all were trying to remember the name of the movie lol it felt like I was there with y’all because I was laughing trying to figure it out myself.
Can’t wait to hear more ladies!
Love that you guys are so organized. You don’t talk over each other and you not only educate but also entertain. Wonderful first podcast. I’m so excited to hear more!
I was so impressed with the initial trailer you all provided. You ladies are rocking it. Love love loves it. Continue to be great!!!!!!