Bestselling author and psychotherapist, Julia Samuel, invites us into her therapy room as she talks to both known and unknown voices about some of life’s biggest challenges. Therapy Works is full of therapeutic conversations which may contain difficult emotions but those that can paradoxically bring light, in all its form. Listeners will hear what the guests have learnt, failed to learn and how they have grown through their experience. At the end of each episode, Julia reflects on her session with her two psychotherapist daughters who will share their thoughts on the conversation. You’ll quickly discover that not all therapists agree on everything! Follow @juliasamuelmbe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Love this podcast. So relaxing listening to such insightful discussions and real life experiences of such complex, and sometimes heartbreaking, situations. Julia’s empathy and understanding transcends through the conversation and is a joy to listen to.
I love this podcast. Julia has such a lovely way with her guests, the conversation are so heartfelt and heartwarming. Listening to it I really feel like I am there with t Julia and her guest. I also love the end where she reviews the conversation with her two daughters, it’s so insightful and so great to hear their perspectives. Thank you for putting this out into the world!
I love these podcasts. Julia, Emily and Sophie have a wealth of experience and insight to share and I love hearing them speak together. Listening to Julia talk to her guests each week, it is like I am a quiet guest at the kitchen table joining everyone for a cup of tea and listening to their stories and narratives and feeling my emotions come up in response to what’s being shared. I have laughed, cried, felt saddened and joyful when listening to the breadth of lived experiences in the episodes. ... more
Loved your latest episode. It resonated a lot with me. Thank you.
I appreciate the kindness and wisdom shared by Julia, her guests and her daughters.
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Therapy Works launched a year ago and published 54 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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