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25 minutes | 2 months ago
Season 2, Episode 19: How Connection Rewires the Brain with Dr. Curt Thompson
Join us for our final episode with Dr. Curt Thompson, psychiatrist, speaker and author, as he shares with us how our connection with God and others brings health and healing. Connection, and slowing down to pay attention to it, literally re-wires our brain for the better. There is power that comes when we build relationships and do this work in the context of community. We pray that this episode speaks to where you are in life, especially in this New Year of 2021 and brings hope and healing.
25 minutes | 4 months ago
Season 2 Episode 18: Practical Neuroscience Tips to Overcome Trauma with Special Guest Curt Thompson
We all come in to the world looking for someone looking for us. What can happen to our brain when that doesn't happen for us, and how can we overcome that trauma to re-wire our brain for connection? Join us on part 3 of our conversation with Dr. Curt Thompson. We so love his heart and his mind for God and mental health.
22 minutes | 5 months ago
Season 2 Episode 17: How Being Known Can Lead to Healing with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson
One of our favorite quote comes from pastor Tim Keller when he says: To be loved, but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. It is what we need more than anything. It liberates us from pretense, humbles us out of our self-righteousness, and fortifies us for any difficulty life can throw at us. Expert psychiatrist, speaker and author, Dr. Curt Thompson, helps us understand how we can be known and how it can lead to healing. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! To learn more about Dr Curt Thompson, visit: https://curtthompsonmd.com/
22 minutes | 6 months ago
Season 2 Episode 16: Faith, Neuroscience and the Power of Repair with Special Guest Dr. Curt Thompson
At inRelationship, one of our favorite books is Anatomy of the Soul. In this book, Dr Curt Thompson integrates new findings in neuroscience and attachment with Christian spirituality. So obviously, we had to invite him to talk with us. And our conversation turned into four episodes! We hope you enjoy the first episode as Curt shares about faith, neuroscience and the power of repair. Learn more about Dr. Curt Thompson here: https://curtthompsonmd.com/
38 minutes | 9 months ago
Season 2 Episode 15 Trauma and the Brain with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT
Did you know that trauma affects the brain? It does! Special guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT helps us know how trauma is stored in the brain and how the brain wants to heal itself and the trauma with it. Alice specializes in the therapy called EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and shares how it work together with trauma and the brain. And truly we have all experienced trauma in some way, whether it is something that happened to us or something that we did not get in a relationship that we needed. We hope this is healing and hopeful for you to listen to! To learn more about Alice, visit: www.alicestricklin.com
40 minutes | 9 months ago
Season 2: Episode 14: What is Trauma and How it Affects You Today with Special Guest Alice Stricklin, LMFT
There are so many forms of trauma, and especially in this time with Covid-19, it is important to know what trauma is and how it can affect your relationships and you. We invited special guest, Alice Stricklin, LMFT to help educate us not only on trauma, but how to know if you are avoiding trauma, what trauma symptoms can look like in us and how trauma is not only defined in what happened to us, but also what did not happen that should have. This interview is so fascinating, and we hope you enjoy! Plus, a special bonus that Alice gives us some practical things to do to help process trauma. To learn more about Alice, visit: http://www.alicestricklin.com/home
35 minutes | a year ago
02.13 When the One You Love Wants to Leave with Special Guest Dr. Don Harvey
02.13 When the One You Love Wants to Leave with Special Guest Dr. Don Harvey Okay friends, this topic is sad. Yet at the same time, it is a reality in some relationships. There are some relationships where one wants to leave. Don Harvey, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP, sat down with us to talk about his research and experience on what to do (and what he recommends his couples to do) when a relationship gets to this point. We pray this conversation is helpful to those who are in this situation and brings clarity and hope. To learn more about Dr. Don Harvey, visit: https://www.harveytherapy.com/ To read Dr. Harvey’s book on this topic, find it here: Click for Amazon link To find out more about inRelationship’s marriage conferences, visit: inrelationship.us/upcoming-events
26 minutes | a year ago
Season 2: Episode 12: Building a Better Relationship with Money with Special Guest Rachel Cruze
As a new year approaches, we wanted everyone to start the New Year with a healthy relationship with money. A therapists, we know that it is hard to work on matters of the heart when our basic needs (food, lodging, shelter) have not been met. And how do we meet those basic needs? With our finances. We are beyond thankful to have Rachel Cruze with us on this episode as her knowledge and wisdom about personal finances is vast. A best-selling author, speaker and TV show host on finances, Rachel is an expert and so helpful with practical ideas that we all can implement. Hope you enjoy!
26 minutes | a year ago
Season 2, Episode 11: What Research Says About Marriage with Special Guest Kenny Sanderfer, LMFT
At inRelationship, we love both fact and feeling. It is particularly exciting when research backs up emotion! Tune in as Kenny Sanderfer, co-author of Created for Connection, shares research with us on what a connected marriage looks like. We hope you enjoy! Learn more about Kenny Sanderfer at http://www.marriagefamilyinstitute.org Learn more about our marriage intensive weekend at www.inrelationship.us/upcoming-events
29 minutes | a year ago
Season 2: Episode 10: How to Stay Connected in Marriage with Special Guest Kenny Sanderfer, LMFT.
Accessibility Responsiveness Emotional Engagement These are the three tenants to staying connected in marriage (research has backed this up!). But what do they mean in the context of relationship? Join Mariam and Lindsey as they interview Kenny Sanderfer, licensed therapist, emotionally focused therapy trainer, co-author of Created for Connection (along with Dr. Sue Johnson), and just an all-around awesome guy. Kenny breaks down not only the three tenants of being connected in marriage, and also how God models these three tenants in His relationship with us. inRelationship has a successful weekend workshop for couples using the Created for Connection material. It is pretty phenomenal. Check it out at inrelationship.us/upcoming-events
26 minutes | a year ago
Episode 9. Season 2: A Simple Guide to Attachment and Parenting
Learning about attachment theory, especially as a parent, has been revolutionary for us. We love to share this view with you as we pray it impacts you and your parenting (no matter how old your children are) in such a positive way! Listen in as Lindsey, Mariam and Aron walk through the types of attachment that we can bring into relationships: anxious, avoidant and disorganized. Learn more about Lindsey, Aron and Mariam by visiting inrelationship.us
19 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2: Episode 8: De-escalating when Mad at Your Kids
Let’s face it, we get mad at our kid(s). We are human. And you know what? Being mad is A okay. It is just how we show the frustration to our kids that matter. Listen in as Aron, Mariam and Lindsey discuss the ways we can slow down in frustrating moments, what frustration does to our brain in the moment, and ways to model healthy frustration to our kids. We hope you enjoy! And if you have any questions on parenting, please connect with us at inrelationship.us.
28 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2: Episode 7: Strategies for Overwhelmed Children with Special Guest Dr. Joshua Straub
Not only can parents get overwhelmed when parenting, but our children can get overwhelmed too. Listen in as Lindsey interviews Dr. Joshua Straub on the importance of floor play, bedtime routine and using emotion words. And especially how important it is for healthy brain development in our children. Dr. Straub is a husband, dad, speaker, author and family & leadership coach. Learn more about Dr. Straub at https://www.joshuastraub.com/
34 minutes | 2 years ago
02. 6 Strategies for Overwhelmed Parents
Let’s just be honest. Every child can be challenging at some point. Mariam, Aron and Lindsey can all raise a hand to testify that we have each been through trying stages as a parent! When parenting gets challenging, a natural inclination would be to isolate, however it is not what is needed. Reaching out to others who have been where you are is crucial! This is why we sent out a request to Dr. Joshua Straub, so we could pick his brain and find out what strategies he uses to help overwhelmed parents. Grab your notebook (or just open your notes section in your phone) and jot down those helpful tips that can help any parent! Enjoy!
28 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2: Episode 5: Restoring Connection in Marriage
Do we need to talk about what happened in the past? Will that really help our marriage today? That is a question we hear over and over in the counseling office. Listen in as we answer that question and give the reasons behind our answer. For more information on our marriage workshops, counseling and more, visit inrelationship.us
30 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2: Episode 4 How to Repair your Marriage with Special Guest Kelly Bourque
If you are married, dating or engaged, the art of repair is essential to a healthy relationship. And even though it is essential, let us be the first to say, it is DIFFICULT! Whenever we feel disconnected, distant or upset in our relationship, we are going to move to ways we know how to protect ourselves. Unfortunately, those ways do not always protect the relationship. The antidote? It’s repair. Grab a pencil and paper because you are going to want to take notes this episode. And don’t forget, we offer a great weekend workshop for couples that teach all about repair in relationship. Go to inrelationship.us and click on Upcoming Events for more information.
49 minutes | 2 years ago
Season 2: Episode 3: How to Fight Disconnection in Marriage with Special Guest Kelly Bourque
Every marriage has moments of disconnection. For some, they last moments. For some, they last years. We brought in special guest, Kelly Bourque, to help us realize when we are disconnected in marriage and some questions to ask ourselves about our relationship. Then join Mariam, Aron and Lindsey as we discuss how staying in our head with logic, reasoning and problem solving can create emotional disconnection in ourselves and our relationship. Learn how they work with clients to move from head to heart. To learn more about Kelly, visit: http://www.kellybourque.com/ To learn more about our couples workshops visit: inRelationship.us
41 minutes | 2 years ago
02. Hot Topic Episode: Healthy Living in the New Year with Special Guest Constance Rhodes
Everyone is talking “Health” in January, and we wanted to join in! However, our conversation will not sound like the ads, commercials and messages you are hearing on TV, radio, magazines, etc. Instead of focusing on only body health, we also look at the whole health of a person (body, mind and Spirit). Some of our discussions include the difference between weight loss and being healthy, how to help our kids have a healthy view of their own body, and Aron shares his own personal journey to health. Tune in because we have invited back special guest, Constance Rhodes, founder of FINDINGbalance and author of “Life Inside the Thin Cage.” inRelationship.us For more information about Constance and her ministry, please visit: https://www.findingbalance.com/
42 minutes | 2 years ago
021. Hot Topic: How to Make New Year’s Goals Stick with Special Guest Constance Rhodes
Did you notice we didn’t say the word ‘resolution?’ There is purpose in that! We have found that most resolutions do not stick. Not only that, we have found that once the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, we do not magically change into a new person who now has the time, ability, will-power to do everything we wished we had done the year prior. So what is the secret to making change stick? Join Lindsey, Aron and Mariam as they discuss this very topic with Constance Rhodes. Constance is the founder and CEO of FINDINGbalance and author of “Life Inside the ‘Thin’ Cage.” Tune in and find some encouragement and direction this new year! Inrelationship.us https://www.findingbalance.com/
47 minutes | 2 years ago
020. How the Holy Spirit Leads Us with Special Guest Lloyd Shadrach
We have yet to meet a person that has not wondered if they were moving in the right direction for their life (ourselves included). And for us as Christians, we want to make sure we are guided by the Holy Spirit. Yet, here is where the confusion can happen…..how do we know it is the voice of the Holy Spirit? Join us as we ask this very question to teaching pastor Lloyd Shadrach of Fellowship Bible Church Brentwood and then also answer this question ourselves. Find out more about Fellowship Bible Church Brentwood at https://www.fellowshipbiblechurch.org/brentwood/ Find out more about our marriage workshop + newsletter at inrelationship.us
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