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Therapy can be extremely healing and rewarding, but getting started and committing to the healing journey can be really intimidating. Join Marriage and Family Therapist, Michael Shahan, as he interviews people about their honest experiences with therapy. Each episode works to demystify the therapy experience by uncovering what therapy actually is, how it works, what helps, what doesn't and everything in-between.


September 27, 2021 38 min

In part two of this two-part episode, Michael sits down with Steph Barron Hall once again, only this time a year into her therapy experience. Steph shares how she has learned self-compassion and how to allow time for herself in order to process her thoughts. She talks about how she has become a more healthy Enneagram 3 and can let down her walls and be more authentically herself. After listening to Part 1, we think you'll hear ...

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This is the first part of a 2-part episode with Steph Barron Hall, an Enneagram 3 who had just begun going to therapy again when I interviewed her last year. In this episode, Steph talks about her experience with therapy and how she had finally gotten to a place in life where she could allow herself to feel emotions and acknowledge big changes. But, when we listened to this episode back almost a year later, Steph and Michael both n...

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Jessica is a bold Enneagram 8 who speaks from a place of experience on so many topics. She started therapy at a young age after a scary and traumatic home break-in that would continue to affect her into her adult life. After years of deep personal work, Jessica is now an Enneagram Coach helping other people find liberation and claim the life they deserve!

In this episode, Jessica walks us through what it’s like to process childhood ...

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If you ever need someone to stand up for you, or teach you how to stand up for yourself, Amanda is the perfect person to go to. She's a bold Enneagram 8 who admits she can turn on the charm, but has also confronted her therapist when she didn't think her therapist was being hard enough on her. 

In this episode, Amanda talks about the effects of childhood abuse, expectations related to religion and church, parenting, going to...

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Dani is a huge advocate for self-discovery. As an Enneagram 1, her go-to mode is to fit everything into boxes and check to-do items off a list. In this episode, Dani talks about how her experience in therapy has helped her break down walls, be vulnerable, and be comfortable when things get messy - even though that's the exact opposite of her natural tendencies. 

Because her journey has been so transformational to her own life an...

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Vanessa is an entrepreneur, a daughter of immigrants, a mom of four, and a fierce Enneagram 3 who has openly wrestled with discovering her own worth and value. In this episode, Vanessa talks about what it was like to search for a therapist who would genty guide her to figure out what she needed from herself, rather than give her a list of things she needed to fix. And, she discusses how she continues to grow and disrupt generationa...

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Jim is an open book, but he hasn’t always been that way. After years of hard work in therapy, he recently decided it was time to share his story. In this episode, you’ll follow Jim’s incredible journey from growing up as a young gay man in Texas, to grieving the loss of several people in his family, to going to a 28-day in-patient rehab center to work through an extremely traumatic experience. 

Through it all, Jim has learned what i...

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If you saw Oliver, you’d see a big, bearded, force to be reckoned with. What you wouldn’t see is the soft-hearted father of girls who cried during “Disney on Ice.” In this episode, Oliver talks about growing up with fundamentalist expectations of “manliness,” his struggle to find a safe therapist in his adulthood, and his journey to healing from an extremely traumatic experience that stuck with him for years after it happened.


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