Hello, all! This is another mini-episode with just one question, but boy is it a good one. If you didn’t catch the last episode, I am doing a series of short episodes while I crank out the finishing touches on my online course, Kick Anxiety’s Ass.
I’m currently off on paternity leave, so my friend and fellow psychologist, Amber Baker, Ph.D., is stepping in to answer your questions today. The episode is very similar to my normal question and answer episodes, just with a different host. I think she knocked it out of the park.
Hey everyone! Things have been a little more quiet lately around here. Fires are still going strong and don’t seem to be giving up any time soon. We’re still safe, but man it’s rough around here. Air quality is getting pretty bad too.
I have to get up early to do a talk tomorrow morning in LA about scams (fun stuff!), so I’m going to do 2 questions today instead of 3. In this episode of the Hardcore Self Help Podcast, I’m talking about recognizing abuse and raising children with mental illness.
I’m back from a quick little vacation and ready to get back into the grind! This episode, I took three questions from the same person. Thought it would be an interesting thing to do and they sent in a nice variety of questions. Here’s what is covered:
-Would group therapy or individual therapy be better for me?
-How can parents create an emotionally open environment for their kids?
-What do I do if I feel comfortable in my depression?