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Psychologists Off the Clock
76 minutes | Aug 10, 2022
263. Relationships with Emotionally Immature People with Lindsey Gibson
In this episode, Yael talks with therapist Lindsay Gibson about how to heal from distant, rejecting, or self-involved parents
65 minutes | Aug 3, 2022
262. Hope and Values in Dark Times with Us
Debbie, Yael, Jill, and Michael come together to discuss the psychological impact of today's difficult times, how to foster hope, and practical advice for navigating our challenging world.
65 minutes | Jul 27, 2022
261. The Secret Life of Secrets with Michael Slepian
On this episode, Yael and Michael Slepian discuss the value in sharing as well as the impact on wellbeing and relationships of keeping secrets.
64 minutes | Jul 20, 2022
260. Health Anxiety with Karen Lynn Cassiday
If you feel anxious about health (your own or someone else's), you're not alone! Learn about Health Anxiety with Dr. Karen Lynn Cassiday, author of Freedom from Health Anxiety!
63 minutes | Jul 13, 2022
259. Rethinking Delusions with Victoria Sheperd
On this episode, Victoria Sheperd joins Psychologists Off the Clock to explain why delusions often serve an important function and why we should get curious and compassionate about them.
67 minutes | Jul 6, 2022
258. How to Have a Kid and a Life with Erika Souter
Parenting expert Erika Souter and Jill discuss the challenges mothers often face in their parenting journey and provide practical, realistic advice for facing those challenges.
72 minutes | Jun 29, 2022
257. The Gift of Being Ordinary with Ron Siegel
In this episode, Yael talks with Dr. Ron Siegel about the addiction to self-esteem, what genetic analysis says about social comparison, practices for embracing and savoring your ordinariness.
66 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
256. Social Justice Parenting with Traci Baxley
Debbie talks with Dr. Traci Baxley about her book on Social Justice Parenting and how to create a pro-justice home.
62 minutes | Jun 15, 2022
255. Influence is Your Superpower with Zoe Chance
On this episode, Zoe Chance shares science-backed tips for becoming more influential and using your influence for good.
60 minutes | Jun 8, 2022
254. Cultivating Compassion for a Lasting Connection with Michaela Thomas
Jill and Michaela discuss the role of giving and receive compassion to build a healthy committed relationship
48 minutes | May 25, 2022
252. Getting the Help You Need, with Us
In this co-host episode, Yael, Debbie, and Jill discuss identifying appropriate help, asking for help, and overcoming common barriers to asking for help.
58 minutes | May 18, 2022
251. Wonder with Frank Keil
Jill interviews psychologist Frank Keil about the experience of wonder: why we lose it and how to get it back.
56 minutes | May 12, 2022
250. Anxiety and Perfectionism with Clarissa Ong
A conversation with Dr. Clarissa Ong, co-author of the book The Anxious Perfectionist: How to Manage Perfectionism-Driven Anxiety Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
71 minutes | May 4, 2022
249. How to Be Single & Happy with Jenny Taitz
In the past decade, online dating has become a multi-billion dollar industry with three in ten adults in the United States claiming to have ever used a dating app. But despite all this dating, experiences of loneliness are on the rise, and three out of five U.S. adults report lacking companionship or feeling left out or poorly understood. Dr. Jenny Taitz, author of How to be Single and Happy, is passionate about helping others live meaningful, value-based lives, regardless of their relationship status. On this episode of POTC, she and Yael discuss the central challenges faced by unhappily single people and evidence-based methods for overcoming them. Join us today for practical advice related to dealing with big emotions in dating, creating long-lasting relationships, dating throughout the life-span, and finding happiness no matter your relationship status! Listen and learn: Katy and Yael discuss living meaningfully even when dating and relationships feel imperfectPractical advice for those who are in an unhappy partnership or those who struggle with dating and finding a partner (regardless of your age, gender, or experiences!)Dr. Taitz’s personal experience of being unhappily single and her journey to write her bookTaitz’s expert opinion on if you can be single (not by choice) and happy Expert-approved strategies the unhappily single can use to thriveThree central challenges faced by the unhappily single and evidence-based practices you can use to unhook yourself from themPractical strategies for helping those who feel shame and regret about dating experiencesDr. Taitz’s words of wisdom for staying hopeful when you’ve been on the dating scene for a long timeProblematic emotions that can arise with dating struggles and how to respond to themSpecific, expert-approved advice for dating when you want to have a childThe problem of loneliness and how to manage itDr. Taitz’s thoughts on dating apps, meeting people, and starting conversationsPractical advice on creating long lasting relationshipsHow to live well, regardless of your relationship status Resources: Read Dr. Jenny’s books, End Emotional Eating and How to be Single and Happy!Check out Dr. Jenny’s website, and while you’re there, take advantage of her resources! Find Jenny's New York Times pieces here, here, and hereRead Daniel Pink’s book, The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward.Read Matt Haig’s book, The Midnight Library.Read Chris Wilson’s book, The Master Plan: My Journey from Life in Prison to a Life of Purpose. Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill’s websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Jenny Taitz: Dr. Jenny Taitz, is board certified in cognitive behavioral therapy by the American Board of Professional Psychology and a Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Taitz is one of the first psychologists to merit Linehan Board Certification in DBT. She is the founder of LA CBT DBT, a discrete, boutique, private therapy practice prioritizing compassionate, effective, and time-sensitive therapy. Dr. Taitz is grateful to offer secure telehealth appointments to clients residing in New York and California. In her work, she aims to coach her clients to achieve their life goals. Dr. Taitz practices the acceptance and values-based living she teaches and recently ran the LA Marathon (postpartum!) for suicide prevention. Additionally, Dr. Taitz serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at U.C.L.A. and her writing appears in numerous prominent publications including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Jenny is the author of End Emotional Eating: Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Cope with Difficult Emotions and Develop a Healthy Relationship to Food, an award-winning popular audience book on managing emotions to eat mindfully and live flexibly. Most recently, inspired by her clinical work and research, Dr.
77 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
248. Let’s Talk About Sex & Intimacy with Zoë Kors
It's hard to talk about intimacy and sex. Cultural norms around intimacy work their way into our minds when we’re young, causing us to have rigid (and often completely incorrect, unworkable, or dysfunctional) views about how we should express ourselves sexually. Zoë Kors, author of Radical Intimacy, is a sex and intimacy coach who is passionate about opening up this conversation to help people develop healthier sexuality and intimacy. On this episode of POTC, Yael and Zoë discuss the stigma and awkwardness we often feel around discussions about sex, Zoë’s Radical Intimacy model of sexual wellbeing, strategies for getting un-hooked from ideas about how you should be when it comes to sex and intimacy, and so much more. Join them for a conversation about sex and intimacy that can help you build towards greater fulfillment in your relationships! Listen and Learn: Yael and Debbie’s thoughts on our first episode on sex (and the stigma that prevented us from doing it earlier!)Expert-advice on how to start conversations with your partner or ask for help from a therapist or intimacy coach about sexZoë’s Radical Intimacy model of sexual wellbeingPractical advice for couples with mis-matched levels of comfort in different areas of intimacyImportant differences between desire and arousalZoë busts some common myths and misconceptions about intimacyAnswers to age-old questions about the importance of sex and interest in a relationshipEvidence-based advice on rekindling your sparkStrategies for getting un-hooked from ideas about how you should be when it comes to sex and intimacyThe role of power in intimacyHow to support vulnerable partners in feeling safe during intimate momentsEnergetic intimacy - what it is and why it’s so importantWhat it’s like for Zoë’s husband to live with a sex guru! Resources: Buy your copy of Zoë’s book, Radical Intimacy: Cultivate the Deeply Connected Relationships You Desire and Deserve!Read Zoë’s viral article, 6 Ways to Have Radically Intimate Sex.Listen to Zoë’s podcast, The Radical Intimacy Podcast!Learn more about Sensate Focus Therapy.Read Gary Chapman’s The 5 Love Languages.Esther Perel’s advice for turning a spark into a flame. Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill’s websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Zoë Kors: Zoë Kors holds a BA in Art History from University of Pennsylvania. Her post graduate work includes certification as a Co-Active Coach with the prestigious Co-Active Training Institute in San Rafael, CA, as well as dozens of programs and courses in sexuality and spirituality. She is the resident sex and intimacy coach and contributor at sexual wellness app Coral. Zoë is the former Senior Editor and Creative Director of LA Yoga Magazine and is a contributor to Elephant Journal, MindBodyGreen, Avocado Green Mattress and Fabletics blogs. In addition to a thriving private practice, Zoë offers her services through Center for Relational Healing, which specializes in the treatment of sex addiction and betrayal trauma. As a member of the CRH team, Zoë works with clients to reintroduce healthy sexuality and intimacy after the trauma of betrayal. Make sure to read her book, Radical Intimacy: Cultivate the Deeply Connected Relationships You Desire and Deserve! Related Episodes: Episode 32. Social Connection: Exploring Loneliness and Building Intimacy with Debbie and Diana Episode 61. Becoming Our Best Relationship Selves By Identifying Core Values And Schemas With Avigail LevEpisode 76. Gender and Sexual Minorities with Aisling Leonard-Curtin and Matthew SkintaEpisode 92. Marriage in Midlife: The Rough Patch with Daphne de MarneffeEpisode 179. How to Be An Adult in Relationships with Dave RichoEpisode 184. Getting Past Affairs and Other Relationship Betrayals with Kristina Coop Gordon
48 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
247. Find Your Unicorn Space with Eve Rodsky
In this psychology podcast, Jill interviews Eve Rodsky about carving out creative time separate from being in the roles of parent, partner, and professional
64 minutes | Apr 13, 2022
246. Burnout and Boundaries with Tammie Chang
Physician Tammie Chang talks to us about burnout prevention and setting boundaries.
61 minutes | Apr 6, 2022
245. Family Firm with Emily Oster
Dr. Emily Oster, author of The Family Firm, Expecting Better and Cribsheet, has dedicated her career to discovering the hard, data-backed truths about parenting strategies. In this episode of POTC, she delivers some of those parenting truths to you. Emily then delights Yael by going beyond the world of data-driven parenting to discuss how to ask good questions in complicated parts of life (and how to answer them!). Emily also shares tools for gathering good information from the media—even if you aren't someone with a science background. Join the conversation as Yael and Emily discuss The Family Firm and making wise choices within very complicated life roles. Listen and Learn: Yael and Jill discuss strategies to approaching thorny parenting decisionsDifferences between parenting in early versus middle years of childhoodThe benefits to thinking about family, co-parenting, and marriage as a firmHow Emily’s family has applied this data to their personal lives (and her family’s mission statement!)Practical advice for staying engaged as a parent while maintaining a demanding careerThe importance of framing good questions and evidence-based strategies for doing soThe Family Firm approach to making decisions: The Four F’sWhat the data says about social pressure and extracurricularsConsideration of how scientists should be interacting with systems outside of science Emily’s personal experience with being outspoken about data with people who have strong feelings otherwiseHow those interested in evidence can interact with media in ways that are less biasedThe inside scoop on Emily’s data-driven newsletter Resources: Pick up your copy of Emily’s book, The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years!Sign up for Emily’s newsletter, Parent Data.Check out this article on AlloparentingLearn about the Sunk Cost Fallacy. Read Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill’s websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Emily Oster: Emily Oster, PhD, is a Professor of Economics at Brown University and the author of Expecting Better, Cribsheet, and The Family Firm. She holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard. Prior to being at Brown she was on the faculty at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Oster’s academic work focuses on health economics and statistical methods. She is interested in understanding why consumers do not always make “rational” health choices — why do people not eat a fully healthy diet, or pursue all recommended preventative health behaviors? Her work also concerns methods for learning causal effects from observational data. Sign up for her newsletter and check out her website for all the most recent updates on data related to pregnancy and parenting! Related Episodes: Episode 33. Couples with Young Children: Relationship Challenges and Strategies with Yael SchonbrunEpisode 86. Mom Brain with Ilyse Dobrow DiMarcoEpisode 87. Cribsheet with Emily OsterEpisode 143. Happier Parenting KJ Dell’AntoniaEpisode 149. How Not Lose It with Your Kids with Carla NaumburgEpisode 200. Growing Grit with Angela DuckworthEpisode 214. How to Raise Kids Who Aren’t Jerks with Melinda Wenner MoyerEpisode 223. Mom Brain Returns with Ilyse Dobrow DiMarcoEpisode 235. The Urge: The Shaping of Addiction & Mental Health with Carl Erik Fisher
56 minutes | Mar 30, 2022
244. What You Feel Is Not All There Is with Aprilia West
Dr. Aprilia West shares how to respond to emotions effectively and become a boss-level choice maker!
68 minutes | Mar 23, 2022
243. Motivation to Get it Done with Ayelet Fishbach
Learn about the science of goal setting, building motivation, and how to get things done in this conversation with Dr. Ayelet Fishbach.
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