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I just found this podcast a few days ago and can’t stop listening! I’m about to graduate with my MSW and I am learning so much from you both and your guests. I would love to listen to an episode about clinical documentation/audits/how the heck were supposed to be good at treatment planning and progress notes when schools don’t often do a good job at teaching that. I’d also love to hear an episode on IFS or narrative therapy or hypnotherapy (clinical hypnosis).
So interesting and challenging whilst being fun at the same time. As an aspiring therapist, I highly recommend!
The guests and their stories are great the banter before hand is self absorbed and noisy.
I love podcasts, and this one is my favorite by far. I’m a Resident Counselor constantly working to be the best therapist I can be in order to help my clients. Ben and Carrie are so so relatable in their reflections, questions, and dialogue which are both refreshing and reassuring. I want to emphasize that BOTH hosts add meaningful value since there are so many haters out there. I love the conversations they have with their guests and even the thought provoking discussions they have with each ot... more
Just listened to the recent episode. I understand you want to give clients’ a voice about their negative therapy experiences. However, why not include episodes of clients’ positive therapeutic experiences? It’s odd as a therapist or a therapist in training to only look at just one side, all-or- nothing, in this case, negative stories, unless it’s for entertainment/clickbait purposes for your podcast. Which is fine. more
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Very Bad Therapy launched 3 years ago and published 116 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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