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Have a strong-willed child who doesn't respond to consequences, argues like an attorney, and refuses to do things your way? Good! You're in the right place. Celebrate Calm Founder Kirk Martin has given over 750,000 parents and teachers around the world practical, life-changing strategies to stop power struggles, yelling, and defiance NOW. Based on work with 1,500 challenging kids (many with AD/HD, OCD, ODD, Aspergers, etc.) in his home, and years spent in classrooms, Kirk's approach is refre ...
 
The truth is we are all surviving parenting one day at a time. Add child anxiety or childhood OCD and it can be overwhelming! On The AT Parenting Survival Podcast your host Natasha Daniels will ride the Parental roller coaster with you. She will teach you parenting approaches to help child anxiety and OCD, she’ll give you a new perspective on common parenting problems and will re-invigorate your sparkle for parenting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hi, I'm Rick Glassman, and I'm a goofy guy and a cute boy. As a kid, I had debilitating OCD. I still have a lot of “things.” The title of my podcast “Take Your Shoes Off” is a microcosm of my need for control and order in a world that... keeps their shoes on. I created this podcast to showcase a more serious side, as I have conversations with some of the funniest and most interesting people in the world. I’ve learned the language of comedy in an attempt to survive this shoes-on world, so of ...
 
Welcome to The OCD Stories podcast. The OCD Stories is a show that offers hope and inspiration. I interview some of the best minds in OCD treatment and recovery to share their advice, to both entertain and educate listeners towards a healthier life. Hope it helps. Disclaimer - this podcast is not a replacement for therapy. Please seek treatment from a licensed mental health professional.
 
Meet Mental Note – a podcast highlighting both the work and the beauty of mental health recovery. Stories will span a variety of mental illness struggles from eating disorders to depression, OCD and Bipolar. We will introduce you to relatable personalities, and dive deep into how they choose health amidst daunting illnesses. At the end of it all, we will provide hope that recovery is possible—and worth it.
 
EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS is a weekly interview show hosted by neurodiversity advocate Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD., and presented by DifferentBrains.com. Join us as we speak with some of the most interesting people involved in autism, Asperger's, dyslexia, ADHD, OCD, down syndrome, and any condition that can be considered "neurodiverse." From doctors to judges, teachers to caregivers, scientists to advocates, parents to kids, neurodiverse to neurotypical, we want to tell any story that can ...
 
Against The Rocks! This is my personal journal. I was furloughed in April of 2020 and laid off on August 7th due to Covid19. Although I will be sharing about my OCD and my struggle daily with it, this is also where I'm going to talk about anything that comes to mind!!! I'm old and I don't have that filter between my brain and my mouth so you never know what is going to come out. I like to share about things that happen with my dogs, cats, life in general, weight loss journey, fitness and gam ...
 
Have you ever felt like you’re “too much?” Too intense? Too consumed by whatever life has in store, that you cannot ever feel fulfilled? Aurora Remember Holtzman has news: you are not too much. Perhaps you simply haven’t embraced your naturally excitable self? In “Embracing Intensity,” Aurora will take everything you think you know about what it means to be intense and excitable, and show you how intensity is not a weakness but a hidden power. Each week, Aurora will interview a strong, creat ...
 
Candid conversations with people who live with Misophonia. Misophonia is a disorder in which there is a strong sensitivity to certain sounds. A person with misophonia feels rage and an inability to focus on anything but that sound. It feels like a fight-or-flight response. Host Adeel Ahmad has misophonia and interviews other "misophones" from around the world. All episodes are edited to be more sensory-friendly including equalization and brown noise. If you'd like to be a guest, go to https: ...
 
Here we talk about mental health, relationship issues, and any other topics you want to Break Down!I t's been hard for all of us during covid, and many of us are afraid to speak up or speak out. I'm trying to create a platform where anyone and everyone is welcome, to share their stories, experiences, and how they've coped, they're coping, or even struggling. Each episode will consist of either new issues to tackle, or different guests with previously noted issues. This is a podcast about Me, ...
 
It started as a weight loss podcast, which quickly became a mental health podcast, which somehow became a pandemic podcast. Jay, your host (anxiety/depression/OCD/childhood trauma/family addiction) lost 185 lbs after having bariatric surgery. Guests have ranged from actor Ken Marino to a woman you have never heard of who lost 250 lbs, to a recovering addict, to essential workers during COVID-19. In 2020, the show became daily and ran for 100 episodes in 100 days. The culmination of everythin ...
 
Just Checking is a podcast that features a new story of an OCD sufferer each week. Our goal is pretty simple. OCD is an extremely diverse mental illness, and oftentimes even sufferers are unaware of the extreme range of symptoms that OCD can inflict on its victims. This is problematic for two main reasons: sufferers often take much longer to seek help, because they are unfamiliar with what OCD can look like in its various forms, and because the public is often unaware that OCD is almost alwa ...
 
OCD is a terrible, debilitating disorder. It’s also routinely misunderstood. The OCD Chronicles is a podcast about the people who’ve fought this horrible illness, and, despite their struggles, thrived. They’re stories that are inspiring, affirmative, uplifting, emotional and useful. They exist as a record of achievement. To educate. Perhaps even entertain. They’re stories about the lives that Obsessive Compulsive Disorder tried to extinguish.Your host is journalist James McMahon. His own jou ...
 
Each week we share real therapy sessions with actual clients that reveal helpful techniques for effectively dealing with Anxiety, OCD, Depression and Stress. I’m your host Dr. Maggie Perry, a licensed psychologist with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. I am also the founder of the online group therapy platform Huddle.care. Contact: tellmewhatyoureproudof@gmail.com
 
Gentle, intimate conversations about taboo, and stigmatized subjects (eg. mental health, trauma, gender, sexual orientation, addiction) with an aim to help you feel less alone in YOUR weirdness. Hosted by Kye Plant. for access to ALL episodes + BONUS content visit: http://www.patreon.com/feelinweird
 
An R-Rated question & answer show with two real therapists on a mission to destigmatize mental health. Are you tired of mental health podcasts with stodgy monotone hosts? Do you wish therapists were relatable and real instead of academic and sanitized? Can you handle curse words, tangential humor and ball busting? If you answered yes to the above then Pod Therapy might be for you! Good natured and genuine, Pod Therapy is a show for people who enjoy mental health served up with a sense of hum ...
 
A weekly mental health podcast from http://Metro.co.uk. Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster chat to people who have lived with mental illness, from shop workers to celebrities, to educate, empathise and challenge stigma. Ellen has OCD, depression and anxiety, Yvette has bipolar disorder and binge eating disorder. Both know what a lonely place mental illness can be. These podcasts offer hope and proof that things can improve. Published every Monday. Follow us on social media http://twitter.com/ment ...
 
Delicate Wrinkles has moved to www.Delicatewrinkles.com. Join James Gilmartin as he discusses his own mental disorders, late diagnosis (ADD at 27 and OCD at 35), depression, good pills, dialectical behavior therapy, suicide, therapy, and other steps to go from somewhat crazy to somewhat normal. James Gilmartin is not a licensed therapist but a normal guy who has mental disorders much like millions of others.
 
Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a s ...
 
Our ringleader, Gaye Ann Bruno and her diverse group of “girlfriends” leave no stone unturned as they discuss various topics ranging from sex, music, spirituality, philosophy, politics and more, in this tongue-in-cheek unfiltered, un-PC, explicit & raw podcast. Managing to discuss at least 25 topics in a one hour roller coaster time frame, these ‘poddy’ mouth girls are “cool” enough to be invited into the boys locker room, and not feel out of place. They are equal parts funny, articulate, th ...
 
Psychiatrist Dr. Richard Winer talks about mental health, psychiatric conditions and treatments in a down-to-earth discussion based on more than 25 years of experience treating children and adults in the Atlanta area. He also answers your questions about psychiatric conditions, diagnoses and treatments.
 
We are two co-workers turned gal pals coping with our neurotic tendencies while being wifies, mommies and talking true crime, current events, and all things that make you go WTF. We are two professionals who want to talk about unprofessional things. We also spill tea during our shorter, cuter, mini episodes. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe, to keep these divas alive!
 
Sci Guys is a podcast all about the weird and unbelievable ways that scientists learn about the world around us. Each week, Corry (@notcorry) tells the story of a particularly strange scientific study while his friends Jamp (@jampkin) and Luke (@lukecutforth) do their best to derail the conversation with questions, jokes, and whatever nonsense they can think of.
 
Take a deep breath, get comfortable (in your car, probably) and bury yourself in Going Mental, a podcast all about…well, going mental. Both hosts navigate life while managing their sometimes debilitating mental health conditions: Neal's a screen and television writer, while Morgan is a Hollywood drop-out and current BuzzFeed editor. These long-time friends will be talking about living (and functioning) with an array of mental health challenges, from depression & anxiety, to ocd, bipolar, and ...
 
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In episode 276 I interviewed Rachel Huber. Rachel has kindly agreed to share her story with us. In this episode, we talk about her OCD story, maternal (Postpartum) OCD, worrying about the health and safety of her children, her therapy journey, and much more more. Hope it helps. Show notes: https://theocdstories.com/episode/story-rachel-276 The podc…
 
When student journalist and OCD sufferer Sophie Ward got in touch and asked if I would contribute to a piece she was writing about OCD and journalism, I fully intended to contribute. That was the plan. But my own OCD has been especially fevered this last week. I committed the cardinal sin of journalism - I missed the deadline. Sophie is nice (and f…
 
It's only fair, that i give you guys an update on how i've managed from my traumatic experience being diagnosed with Psychosis, with it turning out to be OCD. Come join me on this episode as i talk about how i turned my struggles into tools to help me manage and motivate me and really light that fire under my butt to keep on working so that I can k…
 
This episode is for all the women out there who are hoping and praying for a child, for couples who are experiencing fertility issues and for those who are healing from heartbreak over childlessness. This is a compilation of stories of hope of my friends and different amazing women whom I interviewed in the podcast: (4:04) Story of motherhood journ…
 
Change is hard on most kids, but it can be especially hard on anxious kids. So what happens when they have to change their teacher or therapist? It can be rough, especially if they were well bonded to the teacher or therapist before the change. Change offers our kids the ability to practice flexibility and can build their adaptation skills. The que…
 
It’s nice to live in the moment, be in the now. But what if it could be more than nice? What if it could help reduce your child’s level of anxiety? What if it can train your child’s brain to stay connected and not live in the trauma of “what if’s?” In this latest episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk to you about how you can teach yo…
 
My Mom is 87 and has fought for decades through many battles. She is an amazing woman. The fight, though, appears to be fading in the twilight of her life. She can no longer read emails or cards, so I wanted to send her a tribute she can listen to over and over again. And by proxy thank all the Moms who sacrifice for their children.…
 
On this episode Bev speaks about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Dr. Nina Josefowitz. Dr. Josefowitz is an Assistant professor in the teaching stream in the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at OISE/university of Toronto. She has given workshops on cognitive behavior therapy throughout North America, and internationally. She …
 
Welcome to Your Anxiety Toolkit. I’m your host, Kimberley Quinlan. This podcast is fueled by three main goals. The first goal is to provide you with some extra tools to help you manage your anxiety. Second goal, to inspire you. Anxiety doesn’t get to decide how you live your life. And number three, and I leave the best for last, is to provide you w…
 
Growing up, I never thought of myself as being overweight until someone called me “Fatty”. Once that happened, my whole perspective changed. I was very self-conscious about how I looked and what I wore. As a teenager, I wore shirts that hung loose and jeans. Nothing I owned fit tight, was ever tucked in or belted. As I started high school, my cloth…
 
It's a very different episode. I had a conversation with my roommate prior to this, telling me that she wants to do an episode and she thinks she's relapsing. This is as real as it gets, and yes, it gets so messy at times, it gets out of topic, but I am so grateful she was able to do this live. To be able to talk about relapse while you are relapsi…
 
In this week's episode of Talk to Ben, Ben chats with Joe Russell. Joe comes on the show to talk about a very difficult experience for him and his wife Gabriella during the birth of their child Noa. Joe speaks very openly about how they found out Gabriella had severe pre-eclampsia and Hellp Syndrome. Joe talks about this experience and the importan…
 
Vanderbilt University’s Dr. Beth Malow discusses sleep challenges on the autism spectrum.(26 minutes) Dr. Malow is Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Director of the Vanderbilt Sleep Division, holds the Burry Endowed Chair in Cognitive Childhood Development, and serves as Vice Chair for Clinical Research in the Department of Neurology and incom…
 
Welcome to our special extended cut to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month! In this episode the guys answer questions about feeling anxious when your therapist sets you up with another patient and how to manage disappointing your therapist. Also the guys welcome Sapphire (www.TheCovenGirlGang.com), an entrepreneur and women's network leader who…
 
How A Dad Stopped a Power Struggle Over School So I almost sobbed throughout this podcast. How do you turn a power struggle over school work into a bonding experience? How can Moms be free from the burden, guilt, and anxiety over trying to make everyone happy? Our Mother's Day Sale Ends This Weekend! You get the Calm Couples Marriage Mentoring Prog…
 
Tore Nielsen PhD Professor of Psychiatry & Addictology, U Montréal; Director, the Dream & Nightmare Laboratory. Dr. Nielsen studies dreaming from primarily neuroscientific and phenomenological perspectives. His current projects concern: sleep onset micro-dreaming, dreaming’s role in learning/memory/emotion, pandemic dreaming and nightmare pathophys…
 
To everyone who's worked overseas! To educators! To those wondering how life is like somewhere else, this one's for you! Day 2 of our Mental Health Awareness Week Special! Today i have 2 of whom i consider my closest friends in the entire universe, Paul and Henry, talk about their experiences teaching in the U.K. Different ways of teaching and what…
 
In this episode I am welcome my wife as a co-contributor to the Invisible Wheelchair Podcast as we discuss Postpartum OCD. My wife gives her own experience and perspective on this subject. We delve into what it is like to have postpartum depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. Join us now to find out more... #PostpartumOCD #Postpartumobsessiv…
 
Another exciting instalment of Sending Signals is here! This week I talk to David Marks about his time in The Beach Boys. David was only about 12 when he joined the band, and grew up across the street from the Wilson brothers. I get David’s take on whether Brian Wilson is being exploited, whether Mike Love gets a bad rap, and the truth about the gu…
 
I take any task assigned to me very seriously. Working in relocation whether it is pets or people, there are a lot of moving parts. No matter what you do for a living there are always things that can happen, but in people relocation, missing something or making an error on paperwork, doesn’t cost a life. In pet relocation, if it is not correct an a…
 
I've observed a lot of themes around integration and disintegration recently so I thought it would be a good time to do a quick overview of Kazmier's Dabrowski's theory of Positive Disintegration. You can find a more comprehensive overview on ep. 154: On Positive Disintegration with Chris Wells, and my Blog Post “Finding Treasure in Ruins.” Dabrows…
 
No, Your Kids DO NOT Want Your Attention—They Want This. What if there was one tool you could use to calm an upset child, motivate your child to behave better, and stop arguments, defiance and hitting siblings? Kirk shows you how in this enlightening, very practical podcast. Our Mother's Day Sale Ends This Weekend! You get the Calm Couples Marriage…
 
Join Dr. Freda V. Crews for her two part interview with author Deven Wallace about her book “The Warrior We Call Mom,” subtitled “An Awakening for the Women Who Shape and Launch the Next Generation.” Part 1 This episode was taped on September 18, 2017. Call us at 1-800-669-9133 to order Deven Wallace’s book and to share your prayer requests and com…
 
I've been a professional journalist for almost 20-years, and - for the first time ever, really - I'm ready to admit, to myself more than anyone, how difficult my OCD has made my chosen profession. Writing is such an important part of my life, and I'm sure I'll return to the theme on a future episode of the podcast. But I wanted to connect with my f…
 
To kick off Mental Health Awareness Week, I have a great friend of mine, Sam, who worked for a big scale company, whose climb to the top of the ladder was immediately halted by an unfavourable situation. To add salt to her wound, she also faced an obstacle in the form of a higher up who no longer believed in her. Join us on a very enlightening and …
 
What happens when you cross a chimp with a man? Serious ethical concerns and an exile from the Soviet Union... Yes, someone actually tried to make a man-ape hybrid. It didn’t end well You can WATCH the podcast over on our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/SciGuys If you would like to support the podcast, please donate to our Patreon: http://patre…
 
In episode 275 I interviewed Dr Steven Phillipson. Steven is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for OCD. Steven is the Clinical Director at the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy in New York. In this episode, we talk about his thinking around the brain voice vs gatekeeper voice, knowing the d…
 
Sometimes we think we are immuned from something because of what we do or how we take care of ourselves. Well that was the nieve thought of Jenna Overbaugh, an OCD specialized therapist, who suffered with OCD Post Pardum and live to tell about it. She tells her personal story in this podcast. Join us on her wild journey along OCD now... #therapistw…
 
I'm just sharing with my new goals for the Month of May - on May 1. We are going to be making some changes to the podcast. I'm a going to try to go back to three a week, it will be a little more work, but I need to get some income from the podcast. I do this for fun, but its not free. Also I weighed this morning and I'm back up to 177 which is 11 l…
 
In 2011, the New York Times published an article that would change the course of misophonia's history and catapult it into wider awareness. It's an article that comes up a lot in my conversations because it's often the first article that made people feel really validated. And they felt that they could share it with others and point to it as somethi…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast. Today we have on Christian Newman, the Health Anxiety Coach, to continue our discussion on health anxiety. Christian was on the podcast a while back and because we get so many questions about health anxiety, we decided it would be great to have him on again to answer some of your ques…
 
In this week's episode of Talk to Ben, Ben chats with Jaimie Harris. Jaimie comes on the show to talk through her mental health journey. Jaimie talks about her childhood and growing up with ADHD and dyslexia and how this impacted her school experience and her everyday life. Jaimie also speaks about a toxic relationship, some of her lowest points an…
 
This week we are joined by long time Theraproducer Robert Shields (aka Robert Brownie Junior Mint) who shares his story of battling Major Depressive Disorder and surviving his attempted suicide. Come check out the Mental Health Awareness Month swag at www.PodTherapyBaitShop.net - ALL profits from that collection will be donated to the National Alli…
 
Angel Morgan, PhD, President of IASD, is a dream psychologist, founder/director of Dreambridge, adjunct professor and research faculty in the Global PhD in Transpersonal Psychology program at Sofia University. She specializes in dreams, creativity, and the connection between the two (Dream-Arts). An interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker, she recei…
 
Gina and I interviewed with Kayleon Dortch-Elliott on the podcast My Sentiments Exactly where we talked about dealing with kids with OCD and anxiety. Great conversation join us now here... #KayleonDortch-Elliott #mysentimentsexactly #focusedhealthyfamily #GinaGrothoff #donaldgrothoff #kidsanxiety #ocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #stress #parenting…
 
“OCD has been the gateway to God and grace for me.” Peyton Garland author of Not So By Myself shares her story of OCD and her journey of going to therapy. After seeing a therapist, her mother and grandmother followed after her and sought professional help for themselves. Peyton’s experience of contamination OCD What it was like to go to therapy for…
 
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