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A Conversation with the Reluctant Therapist

English, Health / Medicine, 1 season, 79 episodes, 3 days, 2 hours, 36 minutes
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The Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett, leads a conversation about the state of our collective mental health and the ways in which our helping professions are either aiding or getting in the way of our cultural well-being. With so many social services, treatments and programs available - why are we all still struggling in so many ways?
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The Arts and Mental Wellness

Four years post pandemic shut downs, how the have artists, entertainers, performers and the those who depend on live events sharing their talents today? Tune in for a conversation with PCPA guest choreographer, actor, singer, magician, Rhett Guter about his professional pivots, past losses and current hopes for the future of theater and the performing arts.Join us live with your calls Tuesday from 2-3pm at 805-781-3875 or listen on demand.
6/18/202458 minutes, 43 seconds
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Loss, Transitions and Grief

Every ending has some level of grief attached to the experience. Tune in for a Conversation about how we can best prepare for, and navigate through, life's inevitable changes, and the challenges that accompany the loss.Listen Tuesdays from 2-3pm on KCBX
6/11/202456 minutes, 41 seconds
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Power - Status - Equality : The Failed Promises to Women

Tune in for a conversation about the waves of feminism that have sparked quiet revolutions and the tides that have swept many of the gains out to sea.Hear the conversation Tuesdays from 2-3pm on KCBX
6/4/202458 minutes, 57 seconds
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Childbirth in the US

The US ranked 54th in infant and maternal mortality out of 227 measured countries and territories at a predicted rate of 5.12 deaths per 1,000 births. How did one of the most advanced countries in the world fall so far? Tune in for a conversation with Dr. Stu Fischbein, OBGYN - about his 25 + years of tending to births and his move away from traditional hospital births to being a proponent of home births and the work of midwives which he shares through his podcast and Instagram stories, Birthing Instincts.
5/27/20241 hour, 43 seconds
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A "best of" Backstage at Live Oak with the Shook Twins and John Craigie

In preparation for Live Oak 2024 tune in for a "best of" conversation with singer/songwriter/storyteller John Craigie, who returns this summer to the Live Oak stage with the Coffis Brothers - and a fun chat with the Shook Twins, Laurie and Katelyn about their life on the road and on the stage.See John Cragie with The Coffis Brothers at Live Oak this year on Sunday night from 7-8:30pm on the main stage
5/21/202459 minutes, 27 seconds
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Can you be Spiritual and not Religious?

Tune in for a conversation with Dr.Tim Muehlhoff, communications professor and co-director of Biola Universities' Winsome Conviction project—which seeks to reintroduce civility into our public disagreements.—and co-host of the Winsome Conviction Podcast. Listen to the program Tuesdays at 2pm on KCBX
5/14/202459 minutes, 27 seconds
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Mental Health Awareness

Tune in for a conversation about the state of our collective mental health, and an exploration of the many different helping professions available to address the wide spectrum of mental health concerns. With so many options it can feel overwhelming to make that first call or reach out for support.Listen every Tuesday from 2-3pm Tuesday from 2-3pm
5/6/20241 hour, 1 minute, 57 seconds
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Growth is Uncomfortable - and inevitable

Each life transition comes with a period of discomfort as we leave one known life and get settled into the new. Tune in for a conversation about learning to tolerate and maybe embrace, the awkward, confusing - and often disquieting realities of change.Listen live Tuesday from 2-3pm
4/30/20241 hour, 1 minute, 24 seconds
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Dating's Pro's and Con's in our Messy Modern World

Tune in for a conversation about the history of dating, the potential joys and pleasures associated with going out with someone - and the mental health concerns related to youth dating.Listen to the show live Thursdays from 2-3pm on KCBX
4/23/202458 minutes, 17 seconds
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Mental Health, Culture and Volunteerism

Tune in for a conversation about the mental health benefits and cultural imperative connected to being a volunteer. Currently 30% of Americans volunteer. Globally Baby boomers and Millennials account for 62% of all volunteers. Gen Zers account for just 2% of all volunteers but they report the highest % of mental health issues as demographic.With your calls live this Tuesday from 2-3pm at 805-781-3875
4/16/20240
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Central Coast Student Coalition

Tune in for a conversation with Leila Zavala and Ara Castello - founding members of the Nipomo Oak Alliance and active organizers of the newly formed Central Coast Student Coalition, with the mission of providing a political home for students and young people on the Central Coast to consolidate power and effect change. A discussion about the role of the next generation in securing a future for themselves and 7 generations out.
4/9/202458 minutes, 34 seconds
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The American Dream and Modern Parenting - a miss match?

Tune in for a conversation about the promise of the American Dream - the possibility of upward mobility, freedom and equality available to those work hard and have the will to succeed. Many post-modern parents find the sacrifices necessary to achieve the American Dream, first introduced in the 1930's, is too much to demand of their children.Listen to the program live Tuesdays from 2-3pm on KCBX
4/2/202459 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Corporatization of Culture and Consumerism

Tune in for a "best of" conversation with Adbusters Magazine founder, Kalle Lasn, activist and advocate against the corporatization of culture and consumerism.Listen Tuesdays at 2pm on KCBX
3/25/20241 hour, 51 seconds
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It's Never too Late to Be an Icon

Tune in for a conversation with Dr. Lyn Slater about her memoir, How to Be Old: Lessons in Living Boldly from the Accidental Icon. Dr. Slater is a writer, former professor, social worker, grandmother - AND - a cultural influencer and content creator who started the Accidental Icon in 2014 and grew to a loyal fan base of almost a million followers across multiple platforms.Listen Tuesdays from 1-2pm
3/19/20241 hour, 1 minute, 39 seconds
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Breaking Down Gender Barriers

Tune in for a conversation about inspiring women who have paved the way for future generations with a truly inspiring woman - Air Force, United and NASA Pilot, Liz Ruth.Listen to A Conversation With The Reluctant Therapist Tuesdays from 2-3pm on KCBX.
3/12/202458 minutes, 20 seconds
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Preventative Mental Health Care

Tune in for a conversation about incorporating preventative mental health care into your personal routine and child-rearing practices. Therapy and medications should not be your first line of defense in maintaining our collective well-being.
3/5/202459 minutes, 57 seconds
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Beware of Self-Diagnosis - and Mental Health Influencers

Tune in for a conversation with Psychotherapist, author and anxiety expert Lynn Lyons about the dangers of self-diagnosis and how the efforts of influencers to de-stigmatize mental health care, in many cases, has created more issues than answers in treatment and relief.
2/27/202458 minutes, 46 seconds
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Retirement and Mental Health

Retirement and Mental HealthWhen is the best time to retire? Tune in for a conversation about the mental health benefits and challenges of retirement. Join the Reluctant Therapist Elizabeth Barrett as we consider it. Listen live on Tuesdays from 2-3pm.
2/20/202459 minutes, 11 seconds
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What Do We Have Without Love?

It may be easier to be cynical than vulnerable, to be aloof than invested or to be alone than intertwined but it is also pretty sad to be untethered. Tune in for a conversation about the joys, sorrows, expectations, work, comfort and stories of love that have made the world go round since the beginning of time.Air Date 02-13-24
2/13/202458 minutes, 56 seconds
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How to Navigate the Modern World

STEM was a great corporate goal but has left many people lacking in the skills necessary to thrive in this complex society. Tune in for a conversation about the keys to creating a well-lived life - and it had very little to do with technology.
2/6/202459 minutes, 8 seconds
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Is The American Family Obsolete?

Tune in for a conversation about families - their form and function. And how they have struggled to remain stable and functional for over 100 years.Air Date 1-30-24
1/31/202459 minutes, 2 seconds
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What Happens in Your 20's?

Tune in for a conversation about what some consider to be our defining decade. Is our 20's a time of productivity, delayed adolescence or emerging adulthood? Twenty-something guests Kyle Berlin and Gabe Mondo-Razo share their insights.
1/25/202458 minutes, 46 seconds
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Mentoring and Mental Health

Tune in for a conversation with journalist, author, Big Sis, Katya Cengel about her life's journey and experiences that lead to her passion for giving back and mentoring others. A celebration of national mentoring month and those who volunteer to support and guide others.
1/15/20240
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What is a Marriage?

What is a Marriage? It's more than falling in love. Tune in for a conversation about the institution of marriage and what it means to pledge your life to another person.
1/9/202459 minutes, 11 seconds
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A Parenting Re-set with the Evolved Nest

Tune in for a conversation with Professor Emerita of Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, and author of many books, including her latest, The Evolved Nest; Dr. Darcia Narvaez - about the importance of re-thinking our current narrative about caring for babies and moving toward a more indigenous, instinctual and natural model for child rearing.
1/2/202459 minutes, 1 second
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Young People Need More than Therapy for Mental Wellness

With so much focus on what is wrong with our kids these days - we are overlooking the programs that already exist and help young people to grow, experience joy and thrive! Tune in for a conversation with Camp Natoma Executive Director Emily Zbin and Winemaker Michelle Thacher about investing in opportunities that are proven to improve the lives of young children, adolescents and young adults.Air Date 12/12/23
12/12/202359 minutes, 8 seconds
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Secure Intimate Relationships

Couples therapy can enhance communication, improve intimacy, build stronger unions and even save relationships - but couples therapy can also be the last step before the end of a partnership. Getting help is important - getting the right kind of help is key to well-being. Tune in for a conversation with LMFT Ashley Taggert about working with couples and the success of programs like Emotionally Focused Therapy and the Gottman Method.Airdate 12-5-23
12/5/202358 minutes, 51 seconds
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A Visit To The Women's Rights National Historic Park

Tune for a conversation on- the- road with the Reluctant Therapist from Seneca Falls New York and the Women's Rights National Historic Park. A fascinating historical journey led by two park rangers and historians covering the prolific revolutions of the late 1800's through early 20th century.
11/28/202357 minutes, 58 seconds
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Live Oak Backstage: Riverside and more

Join us backstage at Live Oak Music Festival for conversations with family-centered folk string band The Riverside, anchored by husband and wife duo Jake and Lorien Jeanson - and singer, songwriter, activist Raye Zaragoza.
11/22/20231 hour
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The Art of Communication

Communication is key in securing and maintaining healthy relationships. But simply letting words fall out of your mouth is not a conversation. The art of communication must be intentional and practiced- especially with family. Tune in for a few interaction tips.
11/14/202358 minutes, 41 seconds
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Service - Doing Good for All

Tune in for a conversation with Kristen Bennett, executive director of the Service Year Alliance. The importance of contributing to the greater good has been a part our national story since George Washington noted that to survive as a country it is imperative that we bring the young people together to serve a common cause.
11/7/202358 minutes, 45 seconds
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What Makes Fear Fun?

All Hallows Eve is part holy day, part ancient ritual, part dress-up party and part fright fest. Halloween is also the second most celebrated holiday in the US with over 75% of the population participating in some way. How will you mark this yearly cultural phenomenon which offers the opportunity to eat candy and be scared to death all at the same time? Your calls will be welcomed and encouraged.
10/31/202359 minutes, 46 seconds
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Modern Life Trends that Damage Mental Health

Just because your friends are doing it - doesn't mean that it's good for you. Your Grandmother's words still ring true! Tune in for a conversation about current lifestyle choices that actually do more harm than good.
10/24/202358 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Depth of Discord

The Depth of DiscordTune in for a conversation with Religious Studies Professor, Dr. Stephen Lloyd-Moffett about his Religion and Politics in the Israeli - Palestinian Conflict course that he has been co-teaching since 2007.
10/16/202358 minutes, 38 seconds
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Picturing our Lives in New Ways

On this World Mental Health day - tune in for a conversation about the potential joys and challenges in revisiting old photos, movies and reminders of our past. How we remember the story of our lives directly impacts our mental health and well-being.
10/10/202358 minutes, 46 seconds
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Equine Therapy with Jutta Thoerner and Kasia Roether

Tune in for a conversation about the healing benefits of equine therapy - Jutta Thoerner and Kasia Roether co-founders of Life Coaching with Horses share their life-long love and connection with horses and how they work with clients to help inspire healing and regulate their emotions, and build stronger more satisfying relationships in life.
10/3/202358 minutes, 30 seconds
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To Help our Children we need to Help our Schools

TIt's easy to point fingers at the ways in which public schools are failing - but maybe we should talk about the ways in which we (the citizens) are failing our public schools. Consider being an emergency substitute teacher - the California legislature has made it easier for non-credentialed teachers to become substitutes by waiving testing requirements through 2024.
9/27/202358 minutes, 36 seconds
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A "Best of" conversation with Chris & Breanne Burkard

Chris Burkard is an award-winning American photographer, explorer, author, filmmaker, father and husband to his high school sweetheart, Breanne. Tune in for a raw and honest conversation about how they've grown together in life and in their marriage
9/19/20231 hour, 1 minute
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We are here to Love and Be Loved

A picture may be worth a thousand words - but those thousand words can be priceless when it comes to expressing love. Tune in for a conversation with Writer, filmmaker and author JC Baldwin about his years of travel, study and discovery with teachers of many traditions which informed his latest work, The Book of Love.
9/11/20230
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Real Life Hero/Musician Chris Beland

Real Life Hero/Musician Chris Beland - A story of resilience, perseverance and heartA conversation with singer/songwriter, husband, father, grandfather Chris Beland - a man of deep heart soul. An all time favorite interview.
9/5/202359 minutes, 44 seconds
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Dr. Deborah Korn, pioneer and expert in EMDR

A conversation with Dr. Deborah Korn, psychologist, author, educator and an internationally known pioneer and expert in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy.
8/29/202358 minutes, 50 seconds
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Playful Parenting - How it Works

Tune in for a conversation with Meghan Englert, MFT, parent educator, facilitator and clinician, about strategies for raising children who thrive.
8/22/202358 minutes, 54 seconds
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Changing our Worldview may save the World

Meet educator, author, Human Being, Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows), as he shares his remarkable life and journey to understanding and teaching the power of the Indigenous Worldview.
8/15/20231 hour, 10 seconds
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There is Life with Mental Illness

Revisit a conversation with Psychiatrist, Dr. Margaret Chisolm about her book, From Survive to Thrive: Living your Best Life with Mental Illness.
8/8/202359 minutes, 16 seconds
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Revisiting Kalle Lasn of Adbusters

A "best of" - favorite conversation with author, documentatian, culture jammer and publisher/co-founder of Adbusters magazine.
8/1/20231 hour, 51 seconds
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Backstage Banter with Shook Twins and John Craigie

Backstage Banter with Shook Twins and John CraigieTune in for conversations about music, life, fans and the future with sisters/bandmates Laurie and Katelyn Shook and storyteller, folksinger John Craigie. - backstage at the Live Oak Music Festival.
7/25/202359 minutes, 27 seconds
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Dr. Stephen Lloyd-Moffett on faith

What makes something a religion? Tune is for a conversation with author and Religious Studies Professor, Dr. Stephen Lloyd-Moffett about the eternal search for faith, community and answers to life's mysteries.
7/18/20231 hour, 58 seconds
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Farming for Economical, Environmental and Emotional Well-being

A conversation with the self-identified Christian, libertarian, environmentalist, capitalist, lunatic farmer - Joel Salatin, of Polyface Farms in rural Virginia about his family mission to share their the holistic and sustainable farming practices with all like minded people - and improving lives by healing that connection between gut and mental health.
7/11/202357 minutes, 35 seconds
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Ethics in Technology - the impacts of the expanding virtual world on our Collective Mental Health & Well-being

Ethics in Technology - the impacts of the expanding virtual world on our Collective Mental Health & Well-beingArtificial Intelligence is here to stay with little oversight or understanding of how this explosive growth will impact individuals, communities and the world. Tune in for a conversation with Dr. Deb Donig, professor, author and host of the podcast, Technically Human - exploring the intersection of human rights and technology. What role will ethics play in guiding the future of our dependence on technology, our collective mental health and creating a positive online experience.
6/27/202357 minutes, 54 seconds
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Preparing for the Empty Nest

Preparing for the Empty NestHelping teens to prepare for their life launch, and be able to thrive once they leave home requires parents to also get ready for big changes in their own lives. Tune in for a conversation with empowerment coach Jill Avery with strategies for letting go and adapting to new relationship dynamics.
6/20/202358 minutes, 30 seconds
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A conversation with environmental and worker's rights attorney Roger Sullivan

A conversation with environmental and worker's rights attorney Roger Sullivan who is representing 16 youth plaintiffs in a potentially planet-saving trial - Held V Montana - accusing the state of violating their constitutional rights to a clean and healthy environment. This case, along with a federal lawsuit - Juliana V Gov. - are considered the most significant and important lawsuits in the history of the planet. And - these trials that may determine the legal fate of our environment are happening right now.
6/12/20231 hour, 49 seconds
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Dr. Darcia Narvaez-An Evolved Nest

We are built for love, compassion and peace when our basic needs are met. But we have created a culture of competitive detachment which leads to lifelong suffering and has pushed humans beings to the brink of extinction - tune in for a Conversation with the Reluctant Therapist and professor, author Dr. Darcia Narvaez (DAR-sha narv-EYES) - about how we can foster a world built for optimal health, sustainability, and peace by providing an Evolved Nest and developing a Kinship Worldview.
6/6/202358 minutes, 29 seconds
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Meet Dr. Codie Place

Meet Dr. Codie Place for a conversation about psychoactive drugs in mental health care, medical management and social use
5/30/202358 minutes, 31 seconds
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Preparing for the Worst

Preparing for the WorstLife is full of expected and unexpected challenges - a conversation about the skills needed to respond in healthy and productive ways and to maintain mental wellness.
5/24/202358 minutes, 26 seconds
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What Makes someone an Adult? (Mental Health Awareness Month)

What Makes someone an Adult? (Mental Health Awareness Month)Hear a conversation about changing the narrative about aging and creating a life of meaning and purpose.
5/9/202357 minutes, 27 seconds
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Is it a religion or a "cult"?

In a world that feels both chaotic and lost - many people are searching for something that promises healing, hope and redemption. Tune in for a conversation with Religious Studies Professor, Stephen Lloyd-Moffett about the world of alternative religions, or cults and why people are drawn to different spiritual movements.
5/2/202357 minutes, 43 seconds
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Words Matter

Communication is fundamental to the health and well-being of our lives and relationships - it's a skill that needs to be practiced and exercised and yet, it is rarely taught or prioritized in education.
4/25/202357 minutes, 34 seconds
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What do you expect from therapy?

Understanding the purpose of the helping relationship and the possibilities and limitations can make the difference in whether counseling can help or hinder our mental health and well-being.
4/20/20231 hour, 19 seconds
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Spring Fever

Tune in for a conversation about the potential effects of Spring Fever on our moods, energy and relationships. How do the longer, warmer days impact you?
4/11/202358 minutes, 39 seconds
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Siblings

Tune in for a Conversation about the highs and lows of these intimate family ties - your calls will be welcomed and encouraged. How can we cultivate healthy and happy connections?
4/4/202358 minutes, 48 seconds
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Eco-therapist Maia Kiley and finding our way to wholeness

Elizabeth Barrett and Eco-therapist Maia Kiley talk about finding our way to wholeness through deep connections with our ecological home in mother nature. Climate distress is a rapidly expanding mental health concern.
3/28/202358 minutes, 4 seconds
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A conversation with Starhawk

Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer, teacher, ritual maker - and a founder and now elder, in the modern earth-based and goddess spirituality movements. In this conversation we explore Starhawk's personal journey discovering and sharing nature-based ritual practices and her program Earth Activist Training - working to re-establish a world that is sustainable and regenerating.
3/21/202359 minutes, 30 seconds
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Meet Nate Bellinger

Meet Nate Bellinger - senior staff attorney for Our Children's Trust, the world's only non-profit public interest law firm dedicated exclusively to securing the legal rights of youth to a healthy atmosphere and safe climate, based on the best available science. Nate and his team are suing the US government - if they are successful, they just may save the world.
3/15/202359 minutes, 59 seconds
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Women are magic!

Women are magic! Let's talk about that - and the moon and Women's History Month.
3/7/202356 minutes, 35 seconds
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Equality Achieved?

Why are women gaining ground in some areas, losing ground in others and stagnant in many? We've been lulled into believing that women have arrived -equality achieved - so there's no need to keep making space for women to be seen. Is this true? Tune in for a conversation about the need for continued efforts to elevate the feminine in many different ways. Let's start with the music world and guest singer/songwriter Cate Armstrong.
3/1/202358 minutes, 6 seconds
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Parenting In a Mental Health Crisis

Parenting In a Mental Health CrisisTune in for a conversation about the ever changing landscape of parenting. How do we raise our children to thrive in a world that is constantly changing - amidst the chaos and confusion of a country that is divided - and social norms that are disappearing? Tune in at 2 for a Conversation about the new Parenting Paradigm and the challenges of accessing mental wellness for adult and children.
2/21/202356 minutes, 52 seconds
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Food is Love or is food our Enemy?

Its a conversation with the Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett and Marlena Tanner, certified eating disorder specialist, registered dietician and founder of The Yellow House Project about how to allow food and love and body acceptance to guide our eating habits and improve our lives.
2/14/202357 minutes, 45 seconds
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Psychiatry still has no cure for Mental Illness

It's been 200 years of trial and error and error and error and the helping professions have yet to find a cure for mental illness. Symptoms may be reduced but true and lasting healing has been elusive. Tune in Tuesday at 2 for a Conversation with the Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett and Dr. Andrew Scull about his upcoming book, "Desperate Remedies: Psychiatry's Turbulent Quest to Cure Mental Illness.
2/7/202358 minutes, 15 seconds
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Keeping the Spark Alive

Keeping the Spark AliveIntimate partnerships require care and tending to thrive - in many ways it's easier to douse the flames of love than it is to maintain them. How do you light your love fire?
1/31/202358 minutes, 56 seconds
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A Story of healing with EMDR Therapy

Tune in for a conversation about one man's successful journey from trauma to recovery utilizing, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, or EMDR.
1/24/202357 minutes, 54 seconds
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The Talented Mr. Nichols - A man of many Hats

Singer, songwriter, musician, poet, author, PhD candidate and librarian, yes - librarian, Caleb Nichols, about the joys and challenges of a life in the arts and candid insights about his life-long dance with panic and anxiety.
1/17/202358 minutes, 47 seconds
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A Visit To The Home Of Spiritualism

Take a trip to Lilydale, New York for a conversation with the Reluctant Therapist and residents of this historic birthplace and home of Spiritualism in this best of episode.
1/10/202359 minutes, 28 seconds
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Look Toward Your Strengths

Instead of spending the New Year grappling with a list of shortcomings - the Reluctant Therapist shares the power in embracing our strengths and building on them to improve our mental health, relationships and well-being.
1/5/202358 minutes, 24 seconds
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Backstage Banter

Backstage Banter, A musical holiday gift - Hear backstage conversations with the reluctant therapist, Elizabeth Barrett and Live Oak 2022 artists, starting with bandmates Jake, Trey and James from folk band, The Riverside, and finishing up with activist singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza.
12/13/20221 hour, 19 seconds
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Honoring the mentor - the honor of mentoring

Honoring the mentor - the honor of mentoringA mentor helps to illuminate the often uncertain path of our life - tune in Tuesday at 2 for a conversation with the reluctant therapist, Elizabeth Barrett for a conversation about the impact and importance of mentors and the gift that is the opportunity to mentor someone else. Your calls will be welcomed and encouraged.
12/6/202257 minutes, 1 second
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Creating Community

To be in community is to be held in place - this is essential to mental health and well-being. Tune in at 2 p Tuesday for a conversation with the Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett and musician/singer/songwriter Nick Larson from Proxima Parada, about building creative spaces and relationships that support them. Your calls will be welcomed and encouraged.Air Date 11/29/22
11/28/202258 minutes, 31 seconds
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Getting by

We do better, we feel better and we behave better when we belong to a group, a team, a family that holds us up when life strips us down. Tune in for a conversation with Elizabeth Barrett, the Reluctant Therapist about the importance of maintaining a core support system with gratitude and grace. Who are you thankful for this holiday season? Your calls will be welcomed and encouraged.
11/22/202256 minutes, 44 seconds
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Adulting

What does it mean to be an adult? It's more than an age, It's more than the rights. It's more than the responsibilities. To be an adult is to provide guidance, support and wisdom to the younger generation. Where are all of the adults? Tune in at 2 p (pst) for a Conversation with the Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett, about becoming the leaders we need to be. Your calls will be welcomed and encouraged.Air Date 11-15-22
11/15/202256 minutes, 16 seconds
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A conversation with Van Curaza, founder of Op Surf

Alone we may not be able to control an election or save the planet but we can help to ease the burden of another if we are willing to offer love, compassion and support. Tune in for an uplifting conversation with Van Curaza founder of Op Surf -an organization that's been changing the lives for active military, veterans and their spouses one wave at a time for over a decade.Air Date 11/08/22
11/8/202256 minutes, 38 seconds