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Finding You: An Evoke Therapy Podcast

Dr. Brad Reedy
Health & Fitness

Evoke Therapy Programs is an experientially based therapeutic program serving adolescents, young adults, parents, couples, and families. Email the host brad@evoketherapy.com

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Dr. Reedy takes live questions from the audience. He talks about defenses, where and why they happen, what it feels like when we encounter the defense in ourselves or the Other, and what healing looks like so we don’t need the protection of the defen... more

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Dr. Reedy provide an overview of The Eden Project by James Hollis. He explains how the early stages of romantic love are fraught with pitfalls of projection, blame, and the working out of the unconscious, unexplored parts of ourselves. He talks about... more

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4 days ago

Dr. Reedy takes live questions from the audience on loving our children when they are hurting themselves and on finding the right kind of therapist for ourselves.

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9 days ago

Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 327 ratings
  • Warning: regular listening can improve your mental health.

    Once you are on the path and journey of self discovery, there’s no going back. Brad Reedy is a wonderful guide. He is clear, direct, honest, vulnerable. He understands boundaries, how to explain them, and how to implement them. As we grow up in life, it’s important to shift your perspective- to engage with professionals, people, experiences, etc that change and challenge your viewpoint by a few degrees. It’s hard to change and grow- but it’s necessary! This podcast and his books are excellent re... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    cassidy525
    United States4 months ago
  • I’m learning how to be human and it’s helping me feel whole again.

    The principles discussed in these podcasts and my practicing of them is healing. I’m a therapist by profession and I am seeing this improve my work in holding my clients emotions more effectively now. I have witnessed great healing in sessions by following the principles explained here. I can only hope this podcast helps its other listeners in the way it’s helped me.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Yimmster
    United States2 years ago
  • Spot On Parenting and Becoming a Self Podcast

    I love this podcast! I love his books, and his advice to parents. I like to listen to them on walks when I'm needing to space for myself and reset, many of his podcasts are good reminders for me to heal and nurture my own wounds so I am not placing those wounds as a priority over my own children and spouse.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Looloolindseywho
    United States2 years ago
  • The best podcast!

    This podcast is incredibly insightful, relevant and extremely helpful for individuals, families, marriage and human development in general. HIGHLY recommend!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    its fall ya'll
    United States2 years ago
  • Sanford Shapiro

    Love Love the Evoke podcast. Have listened to every podcast for the past 2 years. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    carmelMacciatto
    United States2 years ago

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