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Learn to use the science of interpersonal relationships!

Two therapists from Austin and their guest experts have fun breaking down the research on the brain, attachment and relationships to keep you off autopilot and get you moving towards closer connections.
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iTunes Reviews

Thought provoking

August 2, 2019 11:45 am by Rach_CO from United States

I very much appreciate how easy the complex concepts are to understand! This podcast is invaluable information for us all!

So Helpful

July 10, 2019 9:40 am by Podder101 from United States

Have you had the experience of hearing or reading something that feels like it’s perfectly describing you? Well that’s pretty much what happens every time I listen to this wonderful podcast. It’s not only validating, but practical in that it both helps you better understand yourself from a compassionate standpoint and gives you ways to work on the parts of yourself that you want to heal. As both a therapist and human I find this podcast to be so helpful...and the science stuff is pretty cool too. Thank you Ann and Sue!

So insightful!

June 23, 2019 4:42 am by Mole films from United Kingdom

What an insightful source of awareness! I’m finding this so helpful. It’s amazing how easily you can connect the dots, and how understanding of self can become a wonderful way of understanding others. Especially, as the ‘why’ is very often the biggest source of conflict in relationships! Keep going ladies, you’re really helping people to change perspectives and improve lives x


June 18, 2019 7:32 am by KHarju from United States

I’m a grad student/therapist-in-training with a deep interest in attachment theory; it’s like this podcast was made for me! These women are extremely personable and make learning about neuroscience informative and fun. Highly recommend to everyone working in the mental health field and anyone with an interest in learning about and improving their relationships.

Good referencing previous pods and related info.

June 3, 2019 9:39 am by bbsnooks from United States

I came in new to this podcast listening to Stan Tatkin.. just love him and Terry Real. and am now listening to Attachment TU60 - and found several references to previous pods dealing with the same topic that would have relevant information - especially helpful to the non-professional to get back up info on this Wide Topic . so i now have 4 podcasts downloaded. I also appreciate the Photo color spectrum I found on your website for episode TU31 Attachment on a Spectrum: Navigating Adult Insecurity and Security. I enjoy your conversational style with the "details" nicly included.

Graduate Student

May 29, 2019 10:38 am by Mel348107 from United States

Thank-you for these informational podcasts! So helpful to my studies for I often think or even tell others I heard that in a podcast!

So informative!

May 23, 2019 1:50 pm by KatieLCSW from United States

I am a licensed clinical social worker and I have been listening to this podcast during my lunchtime between clients. So much great information, I really appreciate it. Thank you for all you do!


May 3, 2019 6:15 am by J cypress from United States

So much great information and amazing inspiring minds on this podcast.

Love !

May 2, 2019 7:15 pm by JadesMommy from United States

I’m new to podcasts (yes I’m late to the party!) - this is the winner for me. So enlightening and helpful. Looking forward to listening to more episodes.

Love. Love, love!!!!

April 23, 2019 5:47 am by prayingforbabyrose from United States

Thank you ladies for this plethora of beautiful knowledge! I am currently in grad school and Im learning so much from these podcasts. Please keep it coming! 🙂

So Helpful!

April 20, 2019 2:07 pm by Tennistrack from United States

I’m loving the attachment episodes. TU offers nuanced explanations of the whole attachment spectrum together with advice for those with insecurely attached partners and for those who themselves are insecurely attached. Episodes 59-61 helped me build an understanding that isn’t so categorical. Cheers!

Incredible Resource

April 13, 2019 12:00 pm by mjblue7 from United States

I am both currently in therapy and training to be a therapist right now and this podcast has been instrumental for both of those pieces of my life. If you want to discover more about yourself (with the ultimate result being the healthiest version of yourself), this is the podcast for you. If you’re a student or therapist-in-training, this and Esther Perel’s (a guest on their podcast as well) podcasts have been the best training I’ve found. In my opinion, they are even better and more applicable than most of my classes in my masters degree program. Check this out, you won’t be disappointed!


April 11, 2019 3:57 pm by imagineclear from Canada

I am so greateful to have come across this podcast. I just found it yesterday, and I have already made my way through nearly fifteen episodes (lucky to be able to podcast at work!). I am blown away by all that I'm lerning, and listening even gave me the push I've needed to make an inquiry call about councilling services in my area. Who would have know that there are services I can access for free (not me until today, as I've made every excuse possible not to ring the number my husband suggested I call ages ago). I am soaking up every bit of info in these rich and fascinating episodes, and I can't wait to continue listening. Thank you for all the work you are putting into this - I've already recommended to two friends!

Helpful and practical!

April 8, 2019 1:27 pm by DebbieK1116 from United States

I have been listening to this podcast for a few months and find it very helpful in my relationships and the way I think about and relate to others, including my partner. I’m not a social worker or therapist, nor do you need to be to enjoy the podcast. The episodes are easy to digest and so insightful. Thank you!

So many great topics

April 7, 2019 7:37 pm by MsDTWN from United States

I am a new listener. I am consistently and thoroughly enjoying each podcast. I take copious notes during the podcast because I am gleaning so much and need to come back again and again to deep dive into the subjects. Thank you for opening my resources and mind.


April 6, 2019 8:15 pm by cameroncrazie113 from United States

I’m a social work graduate student training to be a couple’s therapist. This podcast has been a great resource! The hosts do a good job explaining attachment theory in a non-judgmental way.

Life changing

April 2, 2019 8:03 pm by cathwillb from Australia

I only found this podcast a few weeks ago and I am already experiencing benefits. It’s improving my relationship between my husband and me as well as helping me become a better parent to my anxious 4 yr old. I’m also learning so much about my own anxious attachment style and how it has shaped my experience of the world. I love all the practical advice, but the most exciting takeaway for me has been that I can heal through my relationships. That blows my mind. What a gift this podcast is. Like, share, review and support these people!

Thoughtful and thought-provoking

March 15, 2019 8:28 pm by PinkCordelia from United Kingdom

As a psychologist undergoing therapy I find this incredibly useful. Not only is the content very thought-provoking but their style is excellent too - no intrusive jingles or other "packaging" - just two intelligent and engaging women having an honest and well-informed discussion.

Incredibly useful! At the forefront of psychotherapy practice.

March 9, 2019 7:34 am by Euphorbia loves Evernote from Canada

I keep returning to this useful, rich podcast. It resonates with all the most cutting edge practices informed by contemporary neuroscience. As a new Registered Clinical Counsellor with a lots of life experience, a person who is recovered from deep multi-year depression, and fellow-neuronerd, I find this podcast incredibly helpful, affirming, and informative. I so appreciate your labour of love!

Great stuff

March 6, 2019 10:37 am by Boppy12 from United States

Very helpful. Thank you. I’ve listened to the over/under episode twice and plan to listen again. I wish my partner could be more like “David” 😉 I like when they give examples about their own attachment styles.

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