I’m Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone. And I’m Guy Winch, author of Emotional First Aid. We’re both advice columnists, TED speakers, and of course therapists in clinical practice who want to bring the lessons of the therapy room outside the therapy room… to all of you. Each week on DEAR THERAPISTS, we invite you to be a fly-on-the-wall in these personal, raw, transformative sessions with everyday people and then hear what happens when we give concrete, actionable advice and have them report back to let us know how things went after the session ended. We’re sharing these real sessions because we believe that everyone can benefit from hearing how people just like them get through their struggles and grow and change. So sit back and come into the therapy room with us… and prepare to learn a lot about yourself in the process.
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I used to love this show. But now it seems like all it is is ads with short updates from previous guests sprinkled in.
Love this podcast, but I miss having full episodes each week. Not a fan of the short “one year later” episodes.
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My favourite podcast! I learn things about myself even in people’s stories that seem so different to my own. Lori and Guy are so skilled and compassionate, and I love hearing the patterns and layers that they unpick. Keep the episodes coming!
As an avid podcast listener who listens to a variety of different podcast topics, this podcast has significantly impacted my life for the better. I am 26 and have never went to therapy due to the fear and stigma I had around it. This podcast has helped me unpack difficult concepts and ideas I have never unpacked with anyone, or even myself. Each episode I learn something about myself I did not know prior to listening. I don’t think there has been a single episode I could not relate to and/or gai... more
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