Associate therapist Elizabeth Ferreira joins Forrest to explore how to regulate yourself better.
Psychologist Dr. Joy Harden Bradford joins us to explore how we can apply lessons from group therapy to build stronger friendships.
ADHD is one of the most common and misunderstood conditions out there, and today we’re setting the record straight with author and YouTuber Jessica McCabe.
Rick and Forrest are joined by award-winning journalist Michael Krasny for a Being Well episode focused on how to stay curious, navigate times of transition, and relate to the modern media landscape in healthy ways.
Dr. Rick and Forrest explore the four common structures of relationship disagreements, the subtle ways power shows up in our relationships, separating content from process, and how to stand your ground.
Dr. Rick and Forrest focus on how we can get better at receiving and giving criticism, learn to accept what lies outside of our control, and avoid the “mood of complaint.”
Explore how we can build relationships that are loving, healthy, enjoyable, and reliable. This includes learning the structure of most relationship problems, how to make vulnerable communications, and how to stay open to change.
Most personal growth content out there suggests having a “never give up” mindset. But the truth is that a big part of life is deciding when it’s time to stop investing our limited effort into that job, skill, or relationship that’s no longer serving you. In this episode, we explore how to determine when it’s time for things to end, dealing with disappointment, giving ourselves credit for our good efforts, and getting excited about what’s to come.
Forrest is joined by pioneering psychologist Dr. Katherine Kinzler to explore how our speech shapes our social identity, and the views we hold about other people.
During this time of increased isolation our needs for connection are harder to meet than ever. On today’s episode of Being Well, Forrest and I are exploring how we can use the psychological technique of “attunement” to connect better with others, and meet our own need for connection.
Being Well Podcast
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Much of it isn’t very good.
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