From Our Perspective: 2 therapist moms and a mic
By From Our Perspective: 2 therapist moms and a mic
***This podcast is the opinion of the hosts and is not to be construed as professional advise, therapy, or a professional relationship.If you are seeking mental health advice contact a therapist in your area. If you are experiencing an emergency, head to your nearest emergency room or call 911
From Our Perspective: 2 therapist moms and a micMar 10, 2023
The Highly Sensitive Person Part 2
The Highly Sensitive Person Part 1
Are you easily overwhelmed by sensory input or even emotions? You might have the Highly Sensitive Person Trait. This personality trait ocurs in 15-20% of the population and even across species. Today we explore this trait, how it shows up in the day to day, how it can impact parenting, and strategies to help you manage overwhelm.
To Take the Self test go to www.hsperson.com to take the assessment.
Today we chat all about gratitude. Join us as we dive into exploring gratitude and it's effect on the brain as well as its relationship to perspective and mindset. If you are looking to learn a few ways to add gratitude to your day we have some suggestions for you.
All about Mental Health Diagnoses
Today we chat all about mental health diagnoses. How do you get a diagnosis? What are the pros and cons of getting a diagnosis? What is We the difference between an actual diagnosis and the use of the diagnosis in everyday conversation? Join us as we dive into this and much more.
We have a guest today. Welcome Amy Cooper a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor at Pursuit of Recovery. Today we dive into all things addiction. What is it? How to know when you might be struggling with addiction? What to do if you suspect a family member is struggling with addiction and a lot of other nuggets of information.
Find Amy at www.pursuitofrecovery.com
Alcoholics Anonymous www.aa.org
Narcotics Anonymous www.na.org
Al- anon www.al-anon.org
She Recovers www.sherecovers.org
SMART recovery www.smartrecovery.org
Q and A : the questions you always wanted to ask your therapist
Today we answer some questions for you. We go through a list of questions people want to ask their therapist and answer them from our perspective. Do you ever wonder if your therapist goes to therapy? Does your therapist think of you between sessions? We have answers to those and many more in today's episode.
The importance of letting our kids fail and struggle
Yikes! Does this title cause anxiety for you? It is so hard as a parent to watch our children struggle. But what if struggling and failure is exactly what they need to grow into healthy, happy, and well adjusted adults. Join us as we chat about the importance of struggle and failure and how we can support our children through it without diving in to rescue them.
How to find a therapist
Finding a therapist can be overwhelming. What do all those letters after a person's name even mean? Join us as we tell share with you the difference between types of therapy licenses, psychologists, and psychiatrists. We also dive into what to look for when choosing a therapist and how the process works.
Do loud places overwhelm you? Do you get anxious around a lot of clutter? Are there times when you feel "overtouched"? Sensory overwhelm and sensitivity is real. Today we dive into how it may show up in your life as well as how it impacts our mood, behaviors, relationships, and out parenting.
Gottman's 4 horseman: the 4 things that might be killing your relationship
In today's episode we dive into exploring Gottman's 4 Horseman. John Gottman and his wife , Julie Gottman, have decades of research in divorce predictability and marriage stability. Together they ave studied and researched couples to identify the 4 things (the Four Horseman) that can lead to the downfall of a relationship when consistently present. Join us as we discuss what they are, how they impact relationships, and what to do about them.
All about emotions (and why they matter)
Therapist love to talk about feelings and there is a reason why. Today we take a deep dive into feelings. Tuning into our emotions is a vital. They are signals to us to pay attention to something. Today we dive into how they work, how to manage them, how they impact our thoughts and behaviors (and vice versa).
Today we dive into a loaded topic. What is bullying? How do we know if our kids are being bullied? What can we do about it? Join us as we dive into this topic and explore bullying from out perspective.
Today we have another great guest speaker. Ashley Glasser-Konecky joins us to chat about her experience with postpartum depression and anxiety. Everyone's experience is different but Ashley is joining us because she is passionate about letting women know that are not alone and reducing the shame around this experience. Join us as we hear more about her journey.
* For more information on Postpartum depression, anxiety, mood disorder, PTSD please go to wwww.postpartum.net
Getting back into the workforce after becoming a parent: from our perspective
More info about Emily:
Emily Kapit, MS, MRW, ACRW, CPRW, is a 3X certified Master Resume Writer as well as
an industry leading career strategist and career resilience expert. She is also the
Founder of ReFresh Your Step, LLC, a career advisory firm with clients located nationally
She and her team of highly certified writers and career advisors work extensively with
clients on all facets of their career progression and resilience, including their written
professional assets, negotiation tactics, job search strategies, mock interviews, career
guidance, and more.
In addition to being the parent of two young kids, Emily often advises clients who are
looking to get back into their careers after taking a break to care for children. Her
guidance is always tailored to that parent’s individual need and takes into consideration their concerns both in regards to
the workplace and impact on their families.
Emily’s insights and guidance have been published in Forbes, Recruiter.com, Glassdoor, Medium, CareerMetis,
HuffPost, LookSharp, LiveStrong, VoyageATL, and MindBodyGreen, among others. She has also been profiled by
Forbes, is a Founding Member of the Forbes Coaches Council, and was recently noted as one of the nation’s “10 Resume
Experts We Love” by Recruiter.com.
Join us as we explore blended families. Whether you have a step parent or are a step parent this one is for you. In this episode we explore some of the challenges blended families face and how to navigate the every changing family dynamics.
Back to School from our perspective
You've heard of Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive, Attachment, and Helicopter parenting. Join us as we explore these different styles, what they look like, and how they impact our children. In this episode with dispel some of the myths you have heard about attachment parenting and dive into the journey of identifying a parenting style.
Finding our own way of parenting
Have you decided you will parent differently than you were parented? Do you find yourself repeating patterns? Do you struggle with the fear of judgment when it comes to your approach to parenting? You are not alone. Join us as we discuss the challenges of breaking patterns in parenting, struggling with the fear of judgement and working to find our style of parenting that works best for us. Sometimes all you need is a different perspective.
What’s wrong with being perfect?
More about anxiety from our perspective
Join us as we chat a little bit more about anxiety. We explore what is actually happening in the body when we feel anxious (knowledge is power). In this episode we talk about the ways in which anxiety isn't just about our thoughts but rather an interplay between our mind and body.