A Therapist Walks Into a Bar
About This Show
A Therapist Walk Into a Bar is a podcast that brings therapy to you. I am a San Francisco based psychotherapist who likes to get out of my office, grab my microphone, and find people in bars to chat with about the best and the worst of life. Help support the show at www.atherapistwalksintoabar.com/donate.
Most Recent Episode
Here's the return of an old favorite just in time for Halloween season!
Ghosts. You’ve seen the movies, nervously giggled and gasped over the stories at slumber parties, or like me, cowered in your sleeping bag in the other room to avoid hearing about it. Maybe you’ve even had an encounter with something you’d call a ghost. According to a 2009 Pew Research Study, 18% of Americans say they’ve seen a ghost and 29% believe they’ve been in touch with the dead. That’s pretty significant, so in this episode, I'm gonna dig in and explore what it might all mean.
This episode features special guests, Kay Fahlstrom, Elaine Chan-Scherer, Melanie Kay Mitchell, and strangers found in Golden Gate Park.
Producer: Lily Sloane
Editorial support: Jesse Rhodes
Field support: Katy Bullick
Theme song: Topher M. Lewis (remixed by Lily Sloane)
Closing song: Stacey McGuirl
Additional music & sound design: Lily Sloane
Special thanks to Abby Volk and everyone else who listened to me ramble on about ghosts.
Rated 5 out of
Thoughtful, funny, and easy to listen to
I am always grateful when I listen to A Therapist Walks Into A Bar because Lily picks some pretty intense topics and masterfully offers diverse and compassionate perspectives on everything from racism to body image to substance use and beyond. This podcast is a necessary addition and I'm stoked it's here!
Date published: 2016-09-26