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The Couples Therapist Couch is a podcast by licensed marriage and family therapist, Shane Birkel. The show provides education, support, and connection for Couples Therapists, Marriage Counselors, and Relationship Coaches. Each week Shane interviews an expert in the field of Couples Therapy to explore all about the world of relationships and how to be an amazing therapist.
 
A sex podcast to help couples keep it hot! Connect to be emotionally intimate and sexually erotic! - both are necessary for a couple's happiness and success. Certified sex therapist Dr. Laurie Watson, PhD and EFT global couples therapist-trainer, George Faller, LMFT, discuss everything from best sex techniques to solving sexual problems like: low desire, not enough sex, no orgasms, difficulty with arousal, ED, PE, lack of attraction. They help couples feel the emotional safety necessary to f ...
 
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Look... every couple struggles. You fight too much; you're bored; sex is either okay (or rare); maybe you're even considering divorce. OR... maybe your marriage is actually pretty good, but you want to go deeper. In this podcast, straight-talking marriage therapists Zach Brittle and Laura Heck tackle the most common complaints virtually every marriage experience. Along the way, they reveal the science behind strong relationships and talk about what's really going on for couples. Topics inclu ...
 
Dino and Shannon Watt have a deep passion for helping people enhance their marriage. Throughout the last 20 years of marriage, they have developed specific systems in their relationship with the purpose of enhancing marriages and families. Taking their unique approach of translating basic principles and systems used by successful companies and incorporating them into marriage, they developed The Business of Marriage. The Business of Marriage training teaches couples useable tools that they c ...
 
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Touch, smell, sound, taste, vision... Which senses cause you sexual "blocks?" Perhaps touch feels unnatural, painful, or irritating. Maybe you are self-conscious about the way you smell and aren't comfortable with letting your partner go down. Or maybe some sounds or things your partner says turns you off... Moving past these requires communication…
 
Mitch Silpa's videos - specifically Two Old Queens Who've Just a Minute to Catch Up!, which he made with friend of the show/friend IRL Drew Droege - have brought us closer as a couple, and now let our interview with Mitch bring you even closer with YOUR loved ones! Of course you know Mitch from Bridesmaids, Spy, All Rise and tons of other stuff, bu…
 
Zach talks with Kristine Lilly, a USWNT legend, about what it means to be part of a team and also how to balance work and play both on the field and in a relationship. They also discuss the universal truth of how it really is the little things that ultimately yield big results.
 
This episode is a recording of one of the live Inner Circle webinars which are part of the experience of being a member of the Couples Therapist Inner Circle. The Inner Circle is open right now if you are looking to take your practice with couples to the next level. Click on the link for more information. Self-esteem and Boundaries are an essential…
 
Laurie and George discuss the 'still-face' experiments and how that shows up in the bedroom. Still face – a look on our partner's face that spells d i s c o n n e c t i o n! Based on the seminal work by Ed Tronick, George and Laurie look at what this might mean when we see still face when we're making love to our partner. We have to get curious abo…
 
Call us Tim Hardaway cuz we've got a killer crossover for you today! (And yes, I had to look up that reference - I couldn't tell you what team Hardaway played for, let alone what era he played in... the '90s?). Andrew Farmer and Anna Drezen are the hosts of Scary Stories to Tell on the Pod (which we were on last week!), and they both also write for…
 
Sex and emotions—there’s a delicate balance between the two, an overlap that can’t be ignored. Emotions can enhance sex or inhibit sex, and sex can enhance emotions or inhibit emotions. Borrowing concepts from the attachment theory, we dive into how sex and emotions intertwine by exploring the role of the Pursuer and Withdrawer... Great episode for…
 
Kate is one of our newer friends here in Los Angeles, and what a delight it was to have her on the show where we can be nosy under the guise of an interview! Of course you know Kate Micucci from Garfunkel and Oates or Scrubs or DuckTales or whew, I could just keep listing things for days! But now get to know her from her sheltered days in Nazareth,…
 
What can we learn from Hollywood about balancing sexual 'yin and yang'? In this episode, we'll focus on sensuality as a pure act of giving, and on the importance of balance between the yin (sensuality) and the yang (assertiveness) of sex. Shifting from yang to yin asks us to unravel our unrealistic views of sex, and Hollywood occasionally provides …
 
We first met Roz Hernandez when Naomi was on her stand-up show that she hosted with (friend of the show friend IRL) Sam Pancake, and since then, whenever we see her at parties or shows, it's a real treat! Roz, of course, hosts the wonderful Starburns podcast Ghosted! By Roz Drezfalez in addition to acting and performing stand-up, and on THIS VERY E…
 
Want to explore new moves with your partner, but don't know how to ask? How can Pursuers approach and encourage their Withdrawer partner to open their mind to new things? Pursuers can get discouraged themselves after being rejected time and time again; They assume it is a hopeless attempt and stop trying, eventually resulting in pain, distance, and…
 
Zach and Laura interview Jayson Gaddis, founder of The Relationship School and author of Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High-Stakes Relationships. The conversation provides some new frameworks to think about the way you approach conflict in your relationship.
 
One of our most requested guests Bridger Winegar joins us today for a Latter Day Saints symposium and a bevy of the best advice questions under this here ol' sun! Bridger is a superstar writer who's penned jokes for Jimmy Kimmel, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Corporate, Single Parents, Black Monday and more, and his podcast I Said No Gifts!, is just a…
 
Divorce is almost considered to be a bad word in Couples Therapy, but the reality is that there are still a lot of situations where this is the appropriate choice or where it happens to people whether they want it to or not. It is very important for us as therapists to be able to help people through this very difficult time. Kristy Gaisford and Jer…
 
What's this? A Friday episode? That's right, folks, we're doing TWO episodes this week, and today we've got killer stand-up Yamaneika Saunders! You might know Yamaneika from The Meredith Vieira Show, Last Comic Standing, The Tonight Show or maybe her Comedy Central and Netflix specials! We certainly know Yam from that, and also from watching her re…
 
All of us have struggles communicating, and these struggles often seep into the bedroom. As sex and couples therapists, we often run into couples who avoid talking about sex and sexual needs. Instead, they defer to an avoidant-style habit that can be a sex life killer: making assumptions. When we make up stories about our partner, it kills the curi…
 
Zach's wife is a little concerned that his brain doesn't work. He and Laura extend the skydiving conflict metaphor from episode 2 with some helpful insight into achieving intimacy. Join them live Oct 23-24 for The Gottman Institute's Art and Science of Love.
 
Michael Cyril Creighton has been one of our favs for a longtime. You've seen him on High Maintenance, Spotlight, The Good Wife (!!!), Only Murders in the Building and soon Dexter: New Blood! And now you can *hear* about his terrible box office jobs, the TRUTH about Irish-Catholics, how he met his husband, and call us Shirley and Co., cuz we discuss…
 
Where were you on 9/11? We all remember. It's been 20 years. Most of us were stunned, watching the twin towers fall, but George was with the FDNY rushing to Ground Zero, following his training, following his instinct to get people out of there. Listen up as he shares about the worst of times -- the horror of the day and months to come, searching fo…
 
Couples who find themselves stuck in the boring and mundane are often couples who have failed to be vulnerable. George uses a three-road analogy to explain why some couples remain in mediocracy. The High Road—the road of great energy, great sex, vacations, and excitement. The Middle Road—the grind of everyday life. It’s doing the dishes, mowing the…
 
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