Therapists Uncut Podcast

Therapists Uncut Podcast

The Therapists Uncut Podcast is here to help you feel enlightened, validated, and inspired as we share our uncensored thoughts about real life and make mental health relatable. Join off-the clock therapists who happen to be friends for good laughs, guest interviews, casual and, at times, difficult conversations. Tune in every Monday with Alyssa Najera, LCSW Nikki Young, LMFT and Jolene Daly, LMFT.... Show More

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March 1, 2021 37 min
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Are You Letting Self-Sabotage Interfere with Your Life?

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The crew dives into everything self-sabotage including, what does self-sabotage look like, where does it comes from, and what you can do to keep it from interfering with your life and ongoing goals. From an outside perspective, some self-sabotage behaviors can appear obvious and even intentional. The truth is, these behaviors and thought patt...

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Inspired by Dr. Gary Chapman's Five Love Languages, originally released in the 90’s, the crew dives into relationships and how we give and receive love. Opening up about their own marriages, Nikki, Jolene, and Alyssa talk about the 5 Love Languages and other helpful tips that can help you reflect on your own relationship, reconnect with your partner, and help you Date your Mate!

 

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January 18, 2021 24 min

 

Tackling Insomnia

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You have a bedtime routine, take your supplements,  use meditation apps, but you still can’t sleep! Tackling in insomnia can be a beast and even when you feel like you’re doing everything that can possibly be prescribed, it’s still doesn’t work. Learn what true Insomnia is and ways to help you cope.

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  • At what point does my lack of sleep become Insomnia?
  • How insomnia can ...
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    Chaplain Dave Williams Demystifies  His Role With Law Enforcement and First Responders

    Interview with Chaplain Dave Williams

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    Being invited to serve alongside first responders in a pastoral role is not for every pastor, but it has been a part of David Williams’ ministry since 1987. Public safety chaplains are uniquely suited to serve the public in times of trauma and they are a unique level of support to first responders...

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    Let’s get 2021 started off right! Learn how to avoid the hype and fad of New Year’s resolutions and utilize preparation, commitment, mindset and other tools to help you not only set, but keep healthy habits all year long!

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    2020 was one hell of year, I think we can all agree, and so many people are looking forward to 2021 and that it will bring! While Jolene would much rather prefer a sneak preview...

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    December 7, 2020 27 min

     

    5 Ways to Survive the Holidays

    The holidays are a beautiful thing, but for many of us they can also be real stressful! Join the Therapists Uncut team for 5 ways to survive the holidays, including talk about traditions, personal boundaries, co-parenting during the Holidays, compromise, and perspective. Tune in for stories, laughter, and a little singing and dancing, as the crew is feeling festive for the Holidays!

     

     

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    November 30, 2020 47 min

     

    What You Need to Know About Teen Dating

    The Therapists Uncut team spoke to teens and young adults on the topic of teen dating, from what defines teen dating, to teen dating lingo, to the do’s and don’ts for parents when your teen starts dating. No matter how “together” you have it, there are lots of emotions and thoughts that flood  when your teen starts asking about dating and relationships. Listen to this episode for what these...

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    Interview with Dawn Kelley Part 2 - Rubber Bands and Parent Resiliency

    Interview with Dawn Kelley

    Dawn Kelley is a local mom and traveling enthusiast.  A passion for people, a passion for storytelling, a passion for life…. an engaging speaker, a voracious laugh and a make you feel good personality…all descriptions people would use to identify her. 

    Dawn has a reputation for being a strong, empathetic leader.  She volunteers for t...

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    “It Wasn’t About Me: Dawn Kelley on Supporting her Child Through Transitioning Part 1 of 2”

    Interview with Dawn Kelley

    Dawn Kelley is a local mom and traveling enthusiast.  A passion for people, a passion for storytelling, a passion for life…. an engaging speaker, a voracious laugh and a make you feel good personality…all descriptions people would use to identify her. 

    Dawn has a reputation for being a strong, empathetic leader. ...

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    How Sleeping and Eating Can Impact Your Mental Health

     

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    Sleep and eating habits are fundamental components to maintaining our overall physical and mental health. Yet, when life gets busy it’s easy to skip meals, eat crappy, or sacrifice sleep in order to get through work/life responsibility or meet deadlines. We tell ourselves it’s temporary. Then, before you know, what was temporary turns into ha...

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    November 2, 2020 32 min

     

    What You Need To Know About Road Rage

     

    Road rage is something many of us if not most of us struggle with from time to time. Whether you are the driver that’s tailgating, excessively honking, racing, or intimidating others as a result of  the other driver’s actions or the passenger freaking out because of your driver’s actions, it’s a topic we can all relate to. Join us this week for what you need to know about road rage and few ...

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    Breast Cancer Awareness BONUS Episode: Warriors Against Cancer

    In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we challenged our listeners to share their personal stories and help inspire others to continue the fight against cancer. Thank you, Sherry for submitting your video and reminding us of the importance of prevention and early detection. Tune in for tips on coping with the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis, what to conside...

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    October 26, 2020 31 min

     

    In debriefing the 2-part interview with Morgan Michele Brown on death, dying, and healing, the T-Uncut Team reminds us of things to consider when dealing with death. Understand common stages and responses to death including, depression, anger, bargaining, denial, and acceptance and tips on how to support someone else who may be grieving.

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    Nikki, Jolene, and Alyssa discuss the common responses and sta...

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    Morgan Michele Brown shares how the grief and anger following the sudden death of her mother in 2012, motivated a new  curiosity about life and death, a desire to seek solutions and answers, and new ventures that now provide others with creative outlets for processing their own experiences with death and loss.

     

    Interview with Morgan Michele Brown

    Morgan Michele Brown is a writer, storyteller, photographer, and artist asking peop...

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    Morgan Brown reminds us the topic of Death and Dying is so much of an unspoken topic, that when the time comes that someone close to you does die it’s a blurry road to navigate. Not only for you as the one who “lost” someone important, but also for the people who are genuinely trying to support you through gestures or comments, but are failing miserably and not helping at all. In part 1 of 2 of this interview, Morgan shares her ind...

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    It’s not uncommon to occasionally “vomit” our own bad mood onto others, but just how are you supposed to avoid this? Our moods are ever changing, but despite whatever mood we may be in we are in we are each responsible for how we choose to respond to our feelings. The T-Uncut co-hosts share their rules of engagement on how not to be an a**hole when dealing with a bad mood.  

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    September 28, 2020 24 min

    Adjusting to Distance Learning has been one hell of job for most families. With the added layers of complexities and barriers, it’s easy to hyper-focus on things that, in the long run, don’t really matter. Hear the struggles but also solutions to how to really use this time to teach your kids values and lessons that will last a lifetime, not just the quarter or semester.

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    From the health pandemic to civil unrest to politics, it seems like no matter where we turn there are endless opportunities to have uncomfortable, but important conversations with our kids. Tune in for tips on how to talk to your kids about these difficult issues including how to practice self-awareness, how to decide if your child is “old enough”, being intentional about reflecting your values through your actions, and creating sa...

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    For someone who is a survivor of a friend or family member who suicided, the words “Suicide Prevention” and “Know the Signs” don’t always bring feelings of hope or comfort. Rather, they often result in a feeling of guilt, sadness, self-blame, or even anger. Through a letter, one brave individual enlightened the Therapist Uncut co-hosts on how the words “suicide prevention” can hurt more than it helps.

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