Forrest and Dr. Rick open up the mailbag to answer questions from listeners. How can we understand and support someone going through a mental health crisis? Is meditation enough to heal trauma? And what can we do about family members that just won’t change?
Being Well Podcast: Internal Family Systems: Healing Trauma and Restoring Wholeness with Dr. Richard Schwartz
We’re joined by Dr. Richard Schwartz, creator of the Internal Family Systems model of therapy, to explore how we can integrate all the aspects of who we are.
Dr. Mariel Buqué joins the podcast to help us learn how we can heal from the past, create healthier patterns, and break cycles of trauma.
In one of the most interesting conversations we’ve ever had on the podcast, clinical psychologist Dr. Jacob Ham explores what really helps people work with – and be with – trauma.
Dr. Stephen Porges walks us through how lessons from polyvagal theory can be applied to recovering from traumatic experiences.
Dr. Rick and Forrest open up the mailbag and answer questions from listeners focused on getting the most we can out of therapy, processing old painful experiences, and sabotaging ourselves.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the mind is how most of what’s going on in it lies outside of our awareness. In this episode of the Being Well Podcast, Forrest and Dr. Rick explore the unconscious mind and the material we might find there. They talk about what the unconscious mind is, the purpose of the unconscious, repression, and what we can do to access, use, and release that unconscious material.
Dr. Elissa Epel joins us to explore the science behind the stress response, different forms of stress, what separates “good” stress from “bad” stress, how we can take advantage of good stress, and dealing with existential forms of stress like the climate crisis.
Being Well Podcast: Secondary Trauma: Recovering from Compassion Fatigue with Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
Laura van Dernoot Lipsy talks about how to manage secondary traumatic stress, avoid burnout and overwhelm, and stay hopeful and live fully in the face of challenges.
In this episode, we focus on two of our most important subjects, attachment wounds and traumatic experiences, with a longtime therapist, trainer of therapists, and world-class expert on attachment theory: Dr. Diane Poole Heller.
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