15 episodes

Licensed therapists, Kathryn DeFatta LPC, MHSP & Megan Moir LPC, MHSP, are inviting you into conversations around what it’s like to live fully in a world where we’ve become accustomed to shut parts of ourselves off. Here you will find a space that welcomes in discomfort, tough questions, and hard truths, all while showing how to find joy through it all.

You Need Therapy Three Cords Therapy

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0, 89 Ratings

Licensed therapists, Kathryn DeFatta LPC, MHSP & Megan Moir LPC, MHSP, are inviting you into conversations around what it’s like to live fully in a world where we’ve become accustomed to shut parts of ourselves off. Here you will find a space that welcomes in discomfort, tough questions, and hard truths, all while showing how to find joy through it all.

    Can Someone Tell Me What Anxiety Is?

    Can Someone Tell Me What Anxiety Is?

    This week it’s all about that thing we call anxiety. In this episode, Kat & Megan tell you what anxiety really is, what it can feel like in the body, & offer a couple coping skills that can help ease the tension we feel about getting it to go away. Megan shares about her upcoming wedding & the shifts she has had to make along the way while Kat tells us how she has nothing going on in her life at all. . . lies. Don’t forget to follow us: @Youneedtherapypodcast so we can connect with you!

    • 1 hr 15 min
    What Being Fit Really Looks Like

    What Being Fit Really Looks Like

    Being fit isn't about what you look like. To drive that message home, Kat & Megan talk with Kayla Carson. Kayla is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, & a Certified Personal Trainer. Plus, she is also a human, like us, who has been through the throws of her own disordered relationship with food & exercise. Check out this episode to hear the truth about what being fit means & why knowing the facts matters. 

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Attachment 2.0

    Attachment 2.0

    We are bringing it back to where it all started, Attachment Theory. This week, Kat (@threecordstherapy) & Megan (@Meganmoir) take a deeper look into the two organized insecure attachment styles: avoidant & anxious. You'll get a brief overview of attachment as whole & then together they break down the ins and outs of what makes someone's attachment insecure, how it actually helped at one point, & how to move toward an earned secure attachment (spoiler: it takes more than just listening to our podcast☺️).

    • 1 hr 45 min
    Feeling Lonely, Being Single, and Living in the Pain of Hope

    Feeling Lonely, Being Single, and Living in the Pain of Hope

    This is the episode that could not have been timed any better. This week it is all about feeling lonely and sitting in the pain of hope; hope for what we feel is missing in our lives. Sarah Aughtman, a fellow therapist, sits down with Kat (@threecordstherapy) & Megan (@meganMoir) to talk about her walk with her own loneliness and her experience being single. Together, they process what it's like to be in a space of "want" and Sarah tells us why she believes singleness is more of a calling than a curse. 

    • 1 hr 33 min
    How Much is Too Much

    How Much is Too Much

    IT'S MEGAN'S (@meganmoir) GOLDEN B-DAY!!! Sobriety b-day that is. So naturally, Kathryn (@threecordstherapy) gave her full reign on this week's episode topic. Megan & Kat dive into the "grey area" of drinking and talk about why you don't have to meet all of the DSM IV criteria for Substance Use Disorder to decide not to drink. Megan walks us through her decision to enter a life of recovery and together they help answer the question that is on so many minds, "How much is too much?"

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Am I Addicted to Love?

    Am I Addicted to Love?

    You mean you're telling me you can be addicted to love? YUP. This week, Kat (@threecordstherapy) & Megan (@Meganmoir) are telling you just that. Join us in a deep dive into what drives our behavior in unhealthy relationship patterns, how we got that way, and how we get out. Whether you find yourself running from or straight into relationships you are going to want to hear what our guest this week, Amanda Elkin has to say. 

    • 1 hr 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

hgg517 ,

Relatable and fun!

I love this podcast and have recommended it to others who also love it! They approach real topics with a unique perspective that is relatable and enlightening. Can’t wait for more!

Meghan Robertson ,

Life changing

Every time I listen to this podcast I feel refreshed. I feel understood. I sigh a deep breath because I am not alone. I feel shame lift. I laugh along. You feel like you are friends with Kat and Megan.

S.Howe ,

You need this podcast in your life

Love love love this podcast. I look forward to each episode. The hosts are very relatable & the topics are so important. As someone who has a hard time feeling all of the feelings, this podcast dives deep into it all. Could not recommend this more!! Subscribe. You won’t be sorry 😀

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