EP169: The Courage to Suffer – Toward an Existential Positive Psychology Framework with Daryl & Sara Van Tongeren
About this Episode:Mike speaks with Daryl and Sara Van Tongeren on their recent book The Courage to Suffer. They discuss the origins of the book in Daryl and Sara’s personal loss, what an existential positive psychology framework is and why it’s particularly helpful...
About this Episode:We are the natural world. Drawing from over 30 years of experience, Katie discusses practical strategies that counselors and their clients can use to connect to the natural world for self-care, guidance, and support during this challenging time....
EP159: Imposter Syndrome – Wrestling with Professional Self-Doubt with Jessica Tyler and Alfredo Palacios
About this Episode:Mike speaks with Jessica Tyler and Alfredo Palacios on the experience of the imposter syndrome in counseling practice and education. They discuss the performance of counseling theory, presenting at academic conferences, and balancing expert...
About this Episode:Mike speaks with Tony Rousmaniere on the origins of deliberate practice, the difference between knowledge acquisition and skills acquisition, and exercises for developing inner skills for clinical excellence.About Tony:Dr. Rousmaniere is a licensed...
EP143: Developing a Professional Identity – A Reflection with Robyn Trippany Simmons, Meagan Thompson, and Hayley Rose
EP142: The Intersectionality of Ageism and Sexism – Addressing Biases and Best Practices with Gary Kennedy
EP141: Deconstructing Psychological Language – Charting the Origin and Impact of Our Words with Mark Hayward
EP137: What On Earth Shall We Call Ourselves? Challenging the NCC/LPC/LMHC Acronym Soup with Donna Sheperis
EP105: The Virtue of Humility – Research and Implications for Counseling with Everett Worthington and Martin Timoney
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