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At the CatholicPsych Institute, we're doing something new when it comes to therapy. In the Being Human podcast, Dr. Greg Bottaro, Founder and Director of the CatholicPsych Institute, shares with you his vision for Catholic therapy and a revolutionary approach that is focused, finally, on what it means to be human.

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Latest Episodes

In this special episode of the Being Human podcast, join Dr. Greg and Father Louis Merosne as they delve into the often-overlooked crises in Haiti, exploring the profound lessons for both Americans and Haitians, and opening up Christ’s call to stay c... more

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7 days ago

In this episode, Dr. Greg interviews Dr. Brad Wilcox, Catholic sociologist, professor and author of Get Married: Why Americans Should Defy the Elites, Forge Strong Families, and Save Civilization. Learn about Dr. Brad’s sociological research on fam... more

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14 days ago

What are the “secrets to success” for dating, marriages, and relationships? In this episode, Dr. Greg discusses the profound and practical wisdom in JP2’s book Love and Responsibility. Part 4 of our series on the psychology of Pope John Paul II. ... more

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21 days ago

A continuation of our series on the psychology of Pope John Paul II. In this episode, Dr. Greg discusses JP2’s blueprint of the human person and how it is the answer to all the problems we face today. When it comes to transforming our culture, this i... more

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a month ago

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 618 ratings
  • Clear, honest and logical Catholic psychology

    Most episodes I’ve found very helpful in not only my profession working in primary care, but also personally! Highly recommend everyone look into the Catholic Psych Institute for the next step in learning how to really make a powerful difference in people’s lives…

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    momwifediscioleofchrist
    United States2 months ago
  • From a Catholic mental health professional- this podcast is 💯💯💯

    This podcast does a WONDERFUL job of finding the difficult balance of compassion & truth. I love the nuance and sensitivity Dr. Greg brings to issues while staying steadfast and grounded in truth. Thank you for your hard work in growing and educating in the important integration between mental health and relationship with God. Maybe someday you’ll have a job opening I’d be a good fit for 🤪 In the meantime I’ll keep listening and recommending the podcast to others! God bless!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Listens2YrsB4ReviewingGal
    United States6 months ago
  • N. Walj

    Wonderful podcast. My husband and I listen together in the car. Dr. Bottaro is fantastic.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Walj.E
    United States7 months ago
  • Speaking Catholic truth like no other podcast

    This is by far the most useful and fully integrated Catholic podcast available right now. Dr Bottaro is measured, compassionate, and faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Furthermore, he gives an authentically Catholic vision of HOPE for the world we are in, rather than just identifying the problems and leaving people in fear. I look forward to the podcast every week!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    JMsgirl20
    United States7 months ago
  • Great job!

    Thank you for addressing gender and the current culture issues!! Keep going! We need the Catholic perspective.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    dlrmb
    United States8 months ago

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