Therapist to Millions
By Dr. Susan Spicer and Damian Mark Smyth
Therapist to MillionsOct 11, 2022
Somatic Therapy and Drama Therapy with Alex Ioannou - Season 2 Episode 10
Alex Ioannou is a psychotherapist, a ritualist and guide supporting people to access a deeper sense of connection with themselves and the world around them. His work focuses on encouraging conversations between body awareness and imaginative/intuitive sensing, helping people develop their capacity for personal and cultural healing. He offers group workshops internationally on embodied and creative psychotherapy and embodied voice and song both to the general public and in organisations.
He is a registered dramatherapist: working with dying people and their families… refugees, people with disabilities and mental health difficulties, people in extreme states and spiritual emergencies and neurotypical people from all walks of life seeking a greater sense of wholeness.
Healing developmental trauma by Lawrence Heller
Wild Therapy Nick Totton:
Understanding ADHD and ADD with Pippa Simou - S2 Episode 9
Pippa Simou has over 20 years of teaching experience but left teaching in 2016 as she needed more flexibility to support her own children, who both have ADHD.
She joined the team at a local charity that supports parents and professionals with children who have ADHD / ASD where she came to understand that she also has ADHD, confirming a lack of support for ADHD adults, and in particular a lack of targeted services for women with the condition.
So she started ‘The ADD-vantage’ in 2020, offering support specifically to women and girls, learning to see ADHD as a strength.
She provides one-to-one personal coaching, workplace support, educational consultancy, free workshops and regular online chat groups.
She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and Oscar the Cockapoo and loves baking and rambles in the countryside, so Pippa welcome to the show….
A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD: Embrace Neurodiversity, Live Boldy, and Break Through Barriers Paperback by Sari Solden (Author)
ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction--From Childhood Through Adulthood Hardcover by Hallowell Edward M. (Author)
Discussing parent-child interaction therapy with Alicia Runyan - S2 Episode 8
Alicia Runyan is the clinical director of Desert Peace Therapy in Las Vegas. Alicia is certified in Parent-Child Interaction & Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, & Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She provides quality care to promote the highest quality of life, helping clients seek relief and happiness and live mindfully. Alicia is a wife, mother to two children, and is expecting a 3rd child. She loves spending time with her family, hiking, camping, and relaxing by the pool in her free time.
Talking Medical PTSD with Emily Parks from POP - Series 2, episode 7
Emily Parks is the Founder and CEO of POP, a growing community of patients with rare and/or chronic illnesses who also identify as living with Medical PTSD. She is also a Medical PTSD Advocate | Patient Advocate | Public Speaker.
Emily graduated from Boston University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and is currently working at UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences under the Department of Psychiatry.
Emily lived with Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction until receiving an isolated small bowel transplant from MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute in 2020, and her lived experience as a patient living with chronic illness has given her insight into opportunities to collaborate with hospitals and healthcare professionals across multiple healthcare systems.
Emily enjoys ballroom dancing, cooking, and boba tea in her free time.
Talking Sex Therapy and Orgasms with Rachel Wright: Series 2, episode 6
Rachel Wright is a Relationship, Sex and Mental Health Therapist: She is recognized as one of the freshest voices on modern relationships and sex. With a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, Rachel has worked with thousands of humans worldwide, helping them scream less and screw more, and this is how her practice: The National Therapeutic Appliance, was born.
Season 2 Episode 5 with Nishoni Harvey, Coach to Parents with Autistic Children
Nishoni Harvey is based in sunny Columbia (the one in Tennessee, not South America), and she helps parents of autistic children take their home from power struggles to peace and their parenting style from turmoil to tender through positive parenting strategies, ABA and TBRI techniques, and a thorough dive into the home, the parent, and the WHOLE child, creating a positive and inclusive environment for their child to thrive and reach their full potential.
Season 2, Episode 4 - Margarita Donies on an Holistic approach to dealing with trauma
Margarita Donies is a trauma therapist with a mission to help people learn how to live a fulfilling life, post-trauma. She believes in a restorative approach with a combination of mind and body healing. She describes herself as a helper, a rescuer, and a restorer, having endured some of her own traumas, which is how her practice: The National Therapeutic Alliance was born.
Season 2, Episode 3 with Best-Selling and Award-Winning Global Author and Therapist Karen R. Koenig
Karen R. Koenig is a licensed psychotherapist, motivational speaker and international award-winning 8-book author, who has specialized in the field of compulsive, emotional and restrictive eating for more than 30 years.
Based in Sarasota, Florida, she is a co-founder of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders.
As a writer, her essays and articles have appeared in a multitude of publications including The Boston Globe and The Boston Herald and she has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and Women’s Health amongst others and has had her books translated into 10 foreign languages.
She lives and practices in Sarasota, Florida where she provides in-person and teletherapy.
Us: Reconnect with Your Partner and Build a Loving and Lasting Relationship: LINK HERE
20 seconds of insane courage to step towards a different path with Albert Nguyen
Albert Nguyen is a Licensed Psychotherapist and Clinical Social Worker delivering personalised therapy for children, teens and adults… he is also a Black Belt and Martial Arts Instructor with 20+ years Exp. He believes that everyone’s battles are a rite of passage towards accessing your greatest hidden power… and it all begins with you taking those 20 seconds of insane courage to step towards a different path.
Love’s Executioner by Irvin Yalom
Ayahuasca, psychedelics and silent retreats - all part of the therapists toolkit with Loredana Guiran
Loredana Giuran is a skilled Psychologist and Consciousness Coach based in Romania committed to helping individuals overcome emotional pain and achieve their personal growth goals. With almost ten years of experience exploring inner discovery through coaching, therapy, silent retreats, psychedelics, neurofeedback training, and shamanic rituals, Loredana has developed a keen understanding of the tools needed to guide people through difficult moments, including depression, anxiety, problematic relationships, separation, sexual and emotional abuse, fear, shame, guilt, and loneliness.
Loredana graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of West London in the UK and is an accredited Consciousness Coach from Maastricht, NL. Her mission is to help people recognize and reveal their inner power and intuition to access their life gifts.
Discussing ADHD and Some Amazing Self-Care Tips | T2M Podcast Episode 31 with Paula McMillan-Perez
Paula McMillan-Perez is a LCSW is a first-generation Afro-Caribbean Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Social Work Systems & Workflow Strategist, and is the Host of the “Why Don’t We Talk About This?” Podcast. She has been in the field for over 10 years with a diverse area of expertise. Paula has served all age groups with practice specializations in Anxiety, ADHD, forensic social work, school social work, and trauma-informed practices as well as admin specialization in quality improvement and systems/workflow streamlining for mental health clinicians.
Additionally, Paula was one of several dynamic co-authors of the bestseller Latinx in Social Work: Stories that Heal, Inspire and Connect Communities, Vol I. She takes great pride in supporting the education and development of our next generation of social workers into the greatest helping profession.
Discussing Substance Abuse With a Humanistic Therapist From Austin, Texas | T2M Podcast Episode 30 with Blanca Sanchez-Navarro
Blanca Sanchez-Navarro is a Psychotherapist and Mental Health Speaker who has been a therapist & presenter/trainer for 30 years and is passionate about helping people and imparting a message of personal power to change and grow every day and at any point in their life.
Exploring Liminality, Somatic Therapies and Pleasure | T2M Podcast Episode 29 with Rebecca Guidera
Rebecca Guidera is a Boulder-based somatic therapist & coach. She is trained in perinatal mental health, EMDR, and Somatic Sex Therapy Training for Counselors, and she supports her clients with compassion, directness, and playfulness and their connection with body image, sexual and gender identities, intimacy, and relational dynamics, through Liminality which means the transition from one place to the next…
Poly Secure by Jessica Fern
Looking at Holistic Approaches to Mental Health in New Zealand | T2M Podcast Episode 28 with Tony Burne
Tony Burne lives and works in Taranaki, New Zealand and has been involved in social services for over 20 years running a private practice in New Plymouth. Tony works with adults, trauma, abuse, family harm, couples work and brief intervention. He is registered as a drug and alcohol clinician, has a strong background in mental health and is also qualified in clinical hypnotherapy, which he mainly uses with trauma.
Book: Breaking the habit of being yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza
You can contact Tony here:
Horses, Autism, Myanmar, Manchester United and Chickens (Part 2) | T2M Podcast Episode 27 with John Farrell
In the second part of this incredible interview, we discuss horses and autism, we go deeper into clean language and metaphors, and their usage in business and leadership, emergence, the troubles in Myanmar, 5th division English rugby and flow state, Manchester United & Scottish rugby, culture and teams, suppressed emotions, chicken and egg problems and solutions and transurfing.
Books: Alan Eastwood: Belonging
Discussing Clean Language in Therapy - Meditation, Growth and Contribution in the World, Tran-Surfing and More… (Part 1) | T2M Podcast Episode 26 with John Farrell
John Farrell Part 1 - Part 2 is next week.
Discussing clean language in therapy - meditation, growth and contribution in the world, tran-surfing and more…
John has been a coach for 20 years, mostly within the UK business environment and has lived and worked in several different continents, Europe, America, Asia and Australia, mostly in management, sales training and leading companies locally and internationally. John spent eight years training in the UK training for his NLP masters and then two years working with the developer of Clean Language and pioneer of Emergent Knowledge therapy. He has been working in Myanmar as it opened to the world after 50 years of dictatorship, and in the last few months, as the country descended into civil war, he’s been dealing with PTSD in the general public.
A man definitely at the front line in world of mental health!
What’s It Like Working in the California Correctional System as a Therapist? | T2M Podcast Episode 25 with Jessica Clark
Jessica Clark is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker working in the California Correctional System. She is an outdoor adventurer and dog mom to a 12-year-old Labrador retriever, helping clients reconnect with their values and focus their energy on them. She helps them connect their thoughts, feelings, and emotions and how those impact and influence their own behaviours.
Fave therapy book: Emotions Revealed: Understanding Faces and Feelings - Paul Ekman
Top Tip: Get adequate sleep
Joke: Why is Pavlov’s hair so shiny? Because he conditions it
Discussing Brain Health, Dr Amen, and How to Be Bold - An Amazing Conversation With an Amazing Lady! | T2M Podcast Episode 24 with Barbara Gustavson
Barbara Gustavson is the founder of Discover Next Step and partners with Dr Daniel Amen as Program Director of the Brain Health Licensed Trainer Course at Amen University, helping individuals and organizations integrate brain-based strategies into their work and life. Having spent 11 years in Consulting, Coaching & Leadership and 25 years in Business Management, Barbara’s mission is to share new ways to think, see, respond, and engage so that leaders can set their Inner Bold in motion.
She is the author of Permission to be BOLD: A Guide to Loving Yourself, Living Fully, and Leaving Your Mark in the World - and hosts the Inner Bold Podcast and online events such as her latest Inner Rebellion series.
You can download your own flywheel and connect with Barbara directly by clicking here: DOWNLOAD FLYWHEEL.
Writing the Best-selling Fictional Book About Therapy | T2M Podcast Episode 23 with Dr Marion Ehrenberg
Marion Ehrenberg is a psychologist, educator, and writer living on the West Coast of Canada.
She completed her doctoral training in Clinical Psychology at Simon Fraser University and landed a faculty position at the University of Victoria after a residency year in Ontario. Marion spent many rewarding years as a professor focused on training clinical psychologists. She has offered psychological assessment and psychotherapy services in her private practice for over thirty years. Marion is passionate about mental health awareness, de-stigmatizing mental illness and suicide, engaging awareness and compassion, and finding new ways to help.
And crucially she has a very interesting book that we’re going to be discussing in the show called: The Language of Dreams
A Wonderful Explanation of EMDR Therapy | T2M Podcast Episode 22 with Jackie Lynott
Jackie Lynott is a clinical social worker practising therapy in Maryland. She is a trauma-focused therapist and uses EMDR, CBT, and motivational interviewing techniques to help clients build strengths and address the ways their history impacts their current life. She has worked with clients from all walks of life, but tends to focus on teens and adults, and works regularly with members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Her favourite therapy book is The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog by Dr. Bruce Perry and Maia Szalavitz
Her favourite non-therapy book is The Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon
Exploring Sandbox Therapy | T2M Podcast Episode 21 with Dr. Doreen Fleet
Dr. Doreen Fleet is Chartered Psychologist and a BACP (Accred.) Therapist. Starting private practice in 2006. She has been a Senior Lecturer for Staffordshire University and is a Senior Fellow with the Higher Education Academy. She is currently a visiting lecturer at Chester University and is a PhD research supervision publishing papers on intentional self-harm, the dual role of counsellor-researcher and her Pluralistic theoretical framework of sand-tray therapy which she has written and published.
Where We Delve Into Accelerated Resolution Therapy and Paper Folding World Records, Amongst Other Things! | T2M Podcast Episode 20 with Macey Christian
Macey Christian is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who owns Emerald Therapy in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is a certified perinatal mental health clinician through Postpartum Support International, and a Master Accelerated Resolution Therapy practitioner through the International Society of A-R-T. She enjoys working with birthing parents in the perinatal period and young people transitioning to adulthood. Prior to becoming a therapist, Macey worked as a Child Protection Social Worker for seven years. Combining this knowledge with her work as a therapist, she is currently developing training for therapists with the hopes of bridging the gap between Child Protection Social Workers and therapists to improve family outcomes.
She is also the co-founder of Speak Up!, a perinatal mental health advocacy organization quickly gaining traction on Youtube. In her spare time, you can find her walking her dogs, crafting, or trying to survive the Minnesota winters.
Macey offers individual therapy, trauma intensives, and group therapy geared toward trauma and perinatal concerns.
Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts by Karen Kleiman: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/good-moms-have-scary-thoughts-karen-kleiman/1129923194
Myself Again: The Parents Postpartum Survival Guide
Dr Michelle Wiersgalla and Dr Gabrielle Mauren: https://www.amazon.com/Myself-Again-PARENTS-Postpartum-Survival-ebook/dp/B09GTB6CNX
Speak Up YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWn2S3_AvQihD-GTMaaFPcA
Accelerated Resolution Therapy: https://acceleratedresolutiontherapy.com/
Postpartum Support International: https://www.postpartum.net/
Paper Folding World Record: https://www.successformula.club/social-media-service
Without Experiment You Can Never Truly Know | T2M Podcast Episode 19 with Mariana Bodiu
Mariana Bodiu was born in Moldova, raised and educated in the US and Switzerland and used to work in venture capital. And this experience of working alongside bright entrepreneurs ignited her interest in human psychology, translating into a career change.
So she became a Jungian Psychotherapist. She’s also trained with The International Society of Applied Psychoanalysis and has started training with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists in the UK. In 2017 she established SimplyWell Private Practice to start the conversation around psychotherapy and encouraged open, honest dialogue on burnout, anxiety, and the sometimes overwhelming journey of becoming a parent.
In addition to being a psychotherapist, Mariana is passionate about horse riding and spends most of her time in the countryside, where she can recharge and connect with nature.
The joke, as promised: How many Brexiteers does it take to change a light bulb? One to promise a brighter future and the rest to screw it up.
Her fave book: The woman who runs with wolves - by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
How Do You Overcome Life-Threatening Diseases and Then Share Your Knowledge with Others | T2M Podcast Episode 18 with husband and wife, Dan Junkins and Jana Scholten
Daniel Junkins was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in April 2017 with just weeks to live. While receiving this diagnosis and one of the most potent chemotherapy protocols in the cancer world, Dan discovered the powerful story of the peacock and its innate ability to ingest poison, created a powerful mantra, and mobilized support from all the communities of people in his life.
Jana was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in March of 2000. She was told she would be disabled in ten years. She decided to take her life by the bullhorns, become a vegan triathlete and a meditation guru, and visualize her way into true health. Today she’s in benign status, drug-free, and a healthy endurance athlete.
Working in a robust partnership, they share their stories of discovery, hope, and inspiration for vibrant health beyond any prognosis.
Mentalization Based Treatment for Personality Disorders with Stand up Comic and Therapist | T2M Podcast Episode 17 with Gwendolyne Tuttle
Gwendolyne is a certified Mentalization Based Therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in treating personality disorders with an emphasis on personality organization and systems of attachment.
She is currently the clinical coordinator at Cornerstones of Maine while completing her residency in the Doctor of Social Work program at the University of Pennsylvania - studying the impact of race in engagement in psychodynamic therapy. Gwen has also dabbled as a stand-up comic.
Peter Fonagy & Anthony Bateman
Mentalization Based Treatment for Personality Disorders: A Practical Guide: https://www.amazon.com/Mentalization-Based-Treatment-Personality-Disorders/dp/019968037X/
How to Use Humour to Deal With Trauma Using Provocative Therapy | T2M Podcast Episode 16 with Federico Sarink
Federico Sarink is a family and couples therapist based in both the Netherlands and also teaches in Spain. He uses EMDR and ‘provocative therapy’ to help with trauma - challenging his clients to get out of their comfort zone and go straight to the heart of the matter. His book entitled ‘Provocative Therapy’ is available on Amazon.
Frank Farrelly - Provocative Therapy: https://www.amazon.com/Provocative-Therapy-Frank-Farrelly/dp/0916990036/
Harvey Mindess - Laughter and Liberation: https://www.amazon.com/Laughter-Liberation-Harvey-Mindess/dp/1412814715/
David Trueba - Learning to Lose: https://www.amazon.com/Learning-Lose-David-Trueba/dp/1590513223/
Top tip: Look for humour, 3 funny things every day
A Holistic Approach to Dealing with Pain | T2M Podcast Episode 15 with Gretchen Cohoon
Gretchen Cohoon is a Psychotherapist in private practice in New York City. After receiving her MSW from New York University, she worked for five years providing psychotherapy to crime victims at the New York County District Attorney's Office, Special Victims Unit. In addition to her private practice, she currently teaches undergraduate courses in the field of social work at NYU.
Her fave therapy book: For your own good: Hidden cruelty in child-rearing LINK
Her fave non-therapy book: Big Magic - Elizabeth Gilbert LINK
An Introduction to the Three Principles | T2M Podcast Episode 14 with Daniel Magnusson
DANIEL MAGNUSSON is based in Sweden and is a Professional Certified Transformational Coach, Sales Trainer, Speaker, and Host of The "Human Change Podcast”.
Fave therapy book: The inside out revolution by Michael Neill
Fave non-therapy book: Never split the difference by Chris Vos
How do therapists maintain their own mental health? | T2M Podcast Episode 13 with Cassie Eaton
Cassie Eaton Is a counselor in Ohio offering Trauma Informed · Post Traumatic Stress · Therapy · EMDR and counseling
Cassie published a prose/poetry book in her early twenties, called Amitriptyline Queen under the pen name Jaden Christopher, detailing her personal struggles with the mental health system, and as a document of her own journey through trauma from the client's to the therapist's chair.
Cassie teaches her clients to live a happy healthy life while remaining in their window of affective tolerance - plus she adds a Taoist approach by teaching an understanding of Chi and how to balance internal and external energies.
What You Need To Know About Sex Therapy | T2M Podcast Episode 12 with Dr. Michele Waldron
Dr. Michel Waldron is a certified sex therapist, licensed psychologist, alcohol and drug counselor. She also has certifications in couples counseling and sex offender therapy and works as an advocate for sexual health and empowerment, utilizing mindfulness, CBT, and DBT approaches that are trauma-informed as she works with clients’ strengths.
Outside of work: Michele enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons as well as hiking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, running, and reading fiction.
Favorite Therapy book: The Psychology of Human Sexuality by Justin Lehmiller LINK
Favorite Non-Therapy book: Anything by Jody Picoult or Elin Hilderbrand
What's The Greatest Mental Health Tip? | T2M Podcast Episode 11 with Diane Dierks
Diane Dierks is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice and the Executive Director of the CENTER FOR NAVIGATING FAMILY CHANGE. She is also the co-host of the Co-parent dilemmas podcast providing practical solutions to those with impossible co-parents!
Her fave therapy book is The Dance of Anger by Harriet Leaner
Her fave non-therapy book is The Ginger Tree by Oswald Wynd
How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Mental Health | T2M Podcast Episode 10 with Ami Wilhelmi
Amy has over 15 years of experience working with children, couples, families, & the LGBTQ community. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Illinois and Wisconsin and believes in understanding the whole person and complex relationship dynamics and abides by a mind/body/spirit approach to care.
Amy is also the author of Make Mental Gains: 12 Ways to Create a Formula for Success in Your Belief System, Life and Business
Fave therapy book: Becoming Attached by Robert Karen LINK
Fave non-therapy book: Reboot: Leadership and the art of growing up by Jerry Colonna LINK
You can contact Amy via here: https://members.schaumburgbusiness.com/list/member/amy-wihelmi-9126
Shocking Truth about Divorce Straight From A Divorce Coach | T2M Podcast Episode 9 with Jill Kaufman
Jill Barnett Kaufman is a Divorce and Co-Parenting Expert at ‘Divorce Coach Jill’ and the Princeton Counselling and Parenting Centre - Jill helps people going through divorce achieve peace by providing support through her transformational ‘Thriving Through Divorce Group Coaching Program’ and her book: I'm Getting Divorced, Now What? A guide to navigate your divorce with clarity so that you come out stronger! - so Jill, welcome to the Therapist to Millions Podcast
Fave therapy book: Heart Wounds - The impact on unresolved trauma and grief in relationships by Dr. Tian Dayton LINK
Fave non-therapy book: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini LINK
Jill’s book on Amazon: You're Getting Divorced, Protect What Matters Most: How to avoid the landmines that can damage your kids and ravage your finances
Steps to Become (Very) Healthy from a Health Coach and Therapist | T2M Podcast Episode 8 with Breanna Palmer
Breanna Palmer is a certified health and wellness coach living in Florida, she is also a virtual game show MC and DJ. Breanna coaches women in breaking the family cycle of unhealthy eating by helping them upgrade their habits.
You can contact Breanna on Instagram: @eathealthywithbre https://www.instagram.com/eathealthywithbre/
Or her group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthyhustler
Her fave therapy book is Brene Brown - The Gift of Imperfection
And her fave non-therapy book is Harry Potter
If you would like to take part in the show, email email@example.com
The Difference Between Highly Sensitive People and Empaths | T2M Podcast Episode 7 with Fiona Maguire
Fiona Maguire is an expert at clearing the past and embracing 'who you really are'. Highly Sensitive People and Empaths are her specialties, and she describes herself as an Intuitive Transformational Coach. In this episode, Fiona shares some amazing cases and how she identifies the core issues behind the symptoms. Powerful stuff!
You can contact Fiona through her website: https://www.fionamaguire.com/ where you can also download her incredible Energy ebook.
For Therapists: Marketing Strategies to Grow Your Practice | T2M Podcast Episode 6 with Sally Heady
Having previously worked as a solicitor, Sally started her practice in 2015 as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist and Coach, seeing clients in person in Manchester and online. Sally now loves liberating professionals, business owners, and creatives who feel stuck or unhappy at work. She helps her clients let go of anxiety and imposter syndrome to create a working life they love confidently. Sally also delivers well-being & mindset workshops to the NHS and SMEs to equip their people with more confidence and work satisfaction.
You can contact Sally here: https://sallyheady.co.uk/
'Focus on something while you are experiencing the emotions' | T2M Podcast Episode 5 w/ Clint Matheny: Doctor of Thinkology
Clint Matheny, is a Doctor of Thinkology. Clint is a seventy-seven-year-old semi-retired psychotherapist specializing in “Clean Language” Trauma - PTSD Psychotherapist & Psychological therapy.
He is also a self-confessed ‘Self-Help Blogger’ ClintMatheny.Com), healing anxiety, depression, and other Emotions: “I want to provide therapists additional tools (how to’s) to help their clients resolve traumas – not just copping or muddling along!"
- My voice will go with you by Milton Erikson
- Heart of the mind by Connirae and Steve Andreas
- Transforming your self by Steve Andreas
- The emotional hostage by Leslie Cameron-Bandler
- Metaphors in psychotherapy by David Grove
How Does a Therapist Deal with a Patient Who is Afraid of Needles? | T2M Podcast Episode 4 with Rina Bajaj
Dr. Rina Bajaj is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with over 15 years of experience. Her private consultancy offers a specialist therapeutic service for adults and young people providing counseling, CBT, clinical supervision, EMDR therapy, and coaching while specializing in dating and relationships, and is a prolific contributor in the UK media.
Dr. Rina's favorite therapy book: 'Why has nobody ever told me this before?' - Dr. Julie Smith
Dr. Rina's favorite non-therapy book: 'The Alchemist' - Paulo Coelho
Dr. Rina's top tip for mental health: 'Reflect and not react.'
CONTACT DR. RINA
Balancing Work and Life as a Therapist | T2M Podcast Episode 3 with Diane Wills
Diane Wills is a therapist, forensic specialist, social worker, and an author of 'Practical Guide to working with sex offenders', providing personal therapy, consultancy, training, risk assessments, quality assurance, and supervision and she has experience in the probation service & prisons working with those who sexually harm others.
Is there a New Paradigm of Parenting? | T2M Podcast Episode 2 with 'Reverend' Betsy Scott
In this second episode of the Therapist to Millions weekly podcast, we catch up with Reverend Elizabeth Jacks 'Betsy' Scott who practiced psychotherapy and family therapy in New York City for more than two decades, and ran grief groups at St. Barcholomew's Church for seven years. Betsy is an ordained interfaith minister and a clinical social worker. She is hosting a Zoom call on September 11th 2022 called: A New Paradigm in Parenting: The Four Steps to a Peaceful Home. REGISTER HERE
This live and interactive webinar will introduce a parent-centric approach to the relationships that matter to us most. By getting hold of ourselves first, we are better able to understand our emotional reactions. Then we can have more space to understand, listen to, and nurture our children.
Who is this webinar for?
* Parents who would like to have better relationships with their children
* Parents who feel they are doing everything for their children or grandchildren yet seem a little distant
* Conscientious parents who would like to learn more about themselves
Who is this not for?
* If you have deeply troubled children with major issues, we advise that you seek professional help firs
Meet the founders of the 'Therapist to Millions' | T2M Podcast Episode 1 with Dr. Susan Spicer
In this very first episode of the Therapist to Millions podcast, Damian Mark Smyth and Dr. Susan Spicer take us through the format of future podcasts, delving into what makes a therapist tick and some of their interesting case studies. Along with some fun questions and our weekly book club!
Here are this week's show notes:
If you would like to appear on the podcast with the opportunity to win a T2M T-shirt, then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The launch webinar for Therapist to Millions with Dr. Susan Spicer and Damian Mark Smyth
Are you a therapist who wants to take your knowledge and skills out to a wider audience? The tools are available to do this, but most therapists don't understand how to use them to best effect. If you would like to expand your brand and expand your practice, listen to this introductory webinar by Dr. Susan Spicer and Damian Mark Smyth.
From Being Homeless to Reaching a Global Audience
I am Dr. Susan Spicer, a Licensed Psychologist, Neuropsychological Expert, and EMDR Therapist providing online therapy to busy individuals who want to reduce clinical disorders such as anxiety, depression, or insomnia, and to achieve peak performance and success in all areas of daily living.
I am also a certified brain health coach through the Amen Clinics and I have recorded and produced a collection of brainwave audios through my company, Brainwave Technologies. Combined with my training as a neuropsychological expert, these factors provide me with a unique foundation to reach a global audience, and through my coach and his digital marketing agency, I am in the process of becoming a TEDx speaker, best-selling author and creator of multiple online programs on brain health.
All of this work has elevated me from earning $150 per hour to expert status, which means I can affect more people on a global scale. There is a roadmap that you can also follow to join me on this journey, and I have done it through incredible odds, from being homeless at one point in my studies and witnessing multiple traumas as well as being sued by my own parents.
So if you think 'I'm different from you', hold that thought, because chances are that you have an even better opportunity than I had of making your practise a thriving success...!