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#015: Dr. Lisa Palmer-Olsen and Dr. Sue Johnson

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Dr. Lisa Palmer-Olsen and Dr. Sue Johnson join Drew for an in-depth discussion on Emotionally Focused Therapy and ways it can be applied to our everyday lives. The three of them then take calls on single parenting, schizophrenia and post-traumatic stress disorder.


Links

For more with Dr. Lisa Palmer-Olsen, visit http://drlisapalmerolsen.com

And for more with Dr. Sue Johnson, visit http://holdmetight.net and pick up her book, Hold Me Tight, on Amazon.


Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith

4 Comments

  1. Mike

    February 16, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    I really enjoyed this episode. This is such a great podcast – I hope it’s getting the recognition it deserves.

  2. psydintraining

    February 18, 2013 at 3:46 pm

    There are some who get some of this training! I am in my third year of a psy.d program and am writing my clinical research project on the application of emotion focused work to adolescents in the context of the age of social media. Empathy, experiential, and moment-to-moment work is essential for the training of new psychologists in the digital 2.0 age. I liked how your conversation turned to the internal experience of early career/psychologists-in-training. Don’t you think the supervision process should include a self-exploration component? My program, for one, does not even offer health insurance to cover therapy costs. I think being a patient should be a requirement of the therapy training process! What are y’alls’ thoughts about smartphones and social networking sites’ effects on adolescent emotional development?

  3. Aaron Fletcher

    February 18, 2013 at 8:48 pm

    This podcast saved me and helped me all of my feelings into words. I was doing this on my own I’m happy to hear I’ve been doing the right thing. I was in a dark place til I heard this.

  4. Caty

    February 23, 2013 at 9:54 pm

    Incredible. I teared up. I will be buying Hold Me Tight and keeping all o these tools in mind in my relationship.

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