A psychotherapy-entertainment podcast featuring licensed therapist, Doug Friedman and a co-host. Episodes include real therapy sessions in sequence with a real client that has agreed to be recorded throughout the process of therapy. After the session, Doug and his co-host break down the session and they give you their clinical insights with personality, humor, and the opportunity to use therapeutic tools in your own life.
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We discuss the issue of “control” after it came up in our small talk about parties, drugs, and past behavior. Sarah sees clearly how the abuse she suffered in the cult as a child triggers her so profoundly in her current life. She is starting to make... more
Sarah was super busy at work, had drama with her ex, and then got Covid! In session, she expresses that it’s hard for her to say no to anyone, especially her children. Doug helps her stay with the emotion and process “disappointment." Sarah recognize... more
Drew is feeling “confident alone” rather than “scared alone.” He describes it like being the driver of the car of his own life and holding the steering wheel himself. He is less co-dependent and not feeling so impacted by triggers and the old wound o... more
After listening to 5 episodes of this podcast, I have gotten a lot of good perspective and validation from the chats between the therapist and client and the two therapists. It is light hearted and listen to listen to. The therapist has a great style that motivates and encourages. It’s like listening to a friend work through personal issues with a professional. Definitely recommend it!
While we all should probably be in therapy, we all definitely need a Doug if we go (Mer is the best also…we’re just a little too similar for therapy 😂). I love to listen to the journey of Drew and Sarah and see myself in them and am so proud of how far they have come already! The “ball in the box” visualization for grief literally changed my thoughts and feelings about my own grief and how I’ve processed it so far. I just can’t recommend this podcast enough if you are interested in being ful... more
“Do or do not. There is no try” -Jedi Master Yoda 💚💚💚
Such a great podcast! I was not expecting to relate to Drew in season 1, as much as I did! It’s interesting to hear Doug and Meredith’s insights not just about the clients but also about the therapy process and how they make decisions around when to ask more questions, prove deeper into a topic, etc. I love it all and have learned so much!
I hear myself in the clients. I learn from the therapist’s responses and the critique at the end of each episode. Thank you so much for doing this.
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Your Mental Breakdown launched 4 years ago and published 126 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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