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September 10, 2018 6:02 pm by Austin shrink from United States
Don't think this is only for professionals because it isn't. Ann and Sue finesse their years of experience so the therapy sort of sneaks up on you and you finish the podcast smarter and healthier than where you started but not ever being talked down to. Can't wait for Season 3!
Love this podcast!
September 4, 2018 6:28 am by P.Loria from United States
As a person who is currently working on my psychology degree and working on myself I love this podcast! I think it’s very informative, and as someone who lives in Austin I love that these women are Austin area therapists! I highly recommend it
August 29, 2018 3:18 am by RicaAotearoa from Australia
Funny, down-to-earth, inspiring & packed with relevant theory, science & reflection -all the good stuff.
August 26, 2018 2:14 am by momexpat from Denmark
Great way to think about ideas!
The best podcast around!
August 23, 2018 4:52 pm by Lwall2 from United States
As a therapist with a holistic/eclectic orientation, I love learning about new modalities, techniques, and perspectives, and this podcast has introduced me to some incredible ones! This is the single most useful and also down to earth podcast I’ve heard, and I literally subscribed to every psychology-oriented podcast I could find over the last few years.
Unbelievably eye opening
August 22, 2018 7:57 am by amk3hsdc from United States
I wish every human would listen to this podcast. Listening to the attachment styles episodes were unbelievably helpful in getting a better idea into how and why people function the way they do in relationship with you. We go to therapy a few times a month and this podcast is so great to listen to between sessions and the discussions have really helped widen my awareness. Thank you for making this, bravo👏🏻
August 17, 2018 1:44 pm by Lilemur from Canada
Thank you ladies for not just being interested in the subject of Attachment, but for wanting to help adults get a better handle on how to navigate life with people with similar or different attachment leanings. This is immensely interesting as a parent and an adult. It can give us adults insight into our parents what their infancies might have been like as well as our own.
It all makes sense! Thank you!
August 12, 2018 3:10 am by Jbranchflower from Australia
Been listening to your podcast this weekend and have found it very informative. It’s interesting as I feel like I’ve always had trouble connecting with people and didn’t know why! I’d always put it down to being an introvert, but now I know that it stems from my upbringing. It’s nice to know that I can be more aware of my thought patterns and hopefully work on them to feel more connected with people in the future and have more meaningful relationships. Thanks so much guys. Keep up the good work. I’ll be listening! 🙂
A deep dive into attachement - that I can truly understand! And then learning about so much more..
August 9, 2018 3:08 am by Ann - 768 from Belgium
I listen to every podcast. I don’t work in psychology- but I am curious about stages of development, how early attachement plays out in our adult relationships in ways we don’t realise... and ultimately just understanding myself and the people around me in a better way. I really listen to every podcast because, even if the title of the episode doesn’t immediately apply directly to me, there is always something to learn and always something I can take away. I wanted to really get to grips with the different attachment styles and this podcast is the only place where I have been able to learn about that in depth - but in a way that I, as someone without training in psychology, can understand. Also - working as a policy adviser for charities that enter and work in war zones, the profound influences of your early years is helping me understand the effects on the children we assist, in a much more profound way. We have dedicated experts on the ground- but as a generalist, it’s so helpful to learn and understand issues that our teams are grappling with in their crucial work.
August 8, 2018 10:43 am by sars lazars from United States
I absolutely adore this podcast. Sue and Ann feel like your two favorite wise, witty professors sharing jokes and brilliance, and bring an engaged, curious, and often hilarious take to attachment and therapy. They are both clearly gifted therapists with a passion for sharing research and treatment information with both mental health professionals and the general public. As a therapist in training and someone who has participated in therapy, I find their work thoughtful and engaging and I always walk away with new insights into my own mind and those of others. The episodes on attachment styles are incredible and I’ve found myself listening to them over and over as they are so chock full of insights. This is truly not your average podcast - they are bringing a unique offering here, not just interviews but a truly unique lens on providing therapy from an attachment focused, neurobiological lens. If you want cutting edge research, thoughtful commentary and the feeling of being in the room with not one but two (and sometimes three or four!) incredible therapists, do not miss this podcast!!!
July 10, 2018 7:36 pm by Mh420311 from United States
I’m binge listening to this podcast. Is that healthy?
July 9, 2018 11:54 pm by albert west from Australia
Easy to listen to and full of good information
July 4, 2018 9:44 pm by TeaCatLady from United States
This is one of those podcasts I keep liking more and more. I find the content interesting, and the hosts are human, and don't make me hate humanity, quite the opposite. I have found myself taking notes of some episodes thinking "YES, that's it", and it is very validating, without being judgemental toward anyone. Yay. A great resource about attachment.
June 29, 2018 8:11 am by HalloweenQueen99 from Canada
Very interesting topics and wonderful guests. I love tuning in! I have one suggestion. Please number your episodes clearly (where each episode number is at the beginning of the episode title). I have found it difficult to locate specific episodes that you may refer to in a podcast without this feature. Thanks!
Clear, grounded, kind, and supportive conversations on attachment styles
June 5, 2018 5:19 pm by Jey Gee from United States
Just listened to the episode on preoccupied attachment (“Preoccupation in Relationships”) and me-oh-my, it was so spot-on. The most personally relatable and plainly, clearly, and thoroughly explained description of anxious/ambivalent/preoccupied attachment I’ve come across. They also explain it in a very optimistic, normative (no impersonal/clinical/inhuman diagnostic speak), and non-judgmental kind of way. Loved it. Also filled with specific and immediately helpful tips. Thanks you two! What a gift.
Beautiful & enlightening
May 31, 2018 1:27 pm by socrushmebaby from United States
I am moved by listening to this show and the groundbreaking ideas they present
May 21, 2018 1:09 am by passionate_about_attachment from Australia
Thank you so much for this podcast. It really helps me understand attachment in such a deep way. Such a powerful topic!
May 18, 2018 9:51 pm by Evansville Rocks from United States
I really appreciate how this podcast integrates research based studies, neurophysiology and real life experiences to discuss how trauma and attachment impacts human development. Most importantly to me, however, is that by the end of the podcast, suggestions are made that empowers me to change dysfunctional patterns of behavior.
A podcast for everyone
May 13, 2018 10:02 am by FSanz from United States
I have been following your podcast for almost a year now. I have benefitted from hearing so many of the episodes and recently listened to the episode on complex trauma again. I have listened to several of the parenting and mindfulness episodes multiple times! I often share the podcast with friends who need a little pick me up!! I also listen to you in the car on my commute when I know my anxiety is high. There are so many amazing lessons that have come from my time listening to y’all! I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for making this content free. I can’t express how it has helped me over the last year. Thank you and please, please keep it coming!!! FS in Austin
May 4, 2018 3:46 pm by HellsKitchenGuy from United States
This show is great and valuable information. I’ve been in analysis for 20+ years and group therapy for almost 2 and to have this presented in such an easy to understand and absorb way is great
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