Great Podcasts on Specific Topics in Psychology

Latinx Therapy

Rating: 4.9/5

Frequency of posting: 1/week

Latinx therapy, as the name suggests, focuses on the mental health of Latinx individuals. The podcast has the objective of demystifying a variety of misconceptions about the health of Latinos and Latinas, which they do with the help of various guests, such as psychiatrists, doctors, social media influencers, tv personalities, and more.

The Hilarious World of Depression

Rating: 4.8/5

Frequency of posting: 1/week

The Hilarious World of Depression promotes conversations between comedian John Moe and another guest comedian that has suffered from depression. Its seemingly paradoxical proposal has the goal of talking about depression with a humorous approach, showing that mental illness doesn’t always have to be a gloom conversation.

The Social Work Podcast

Rating: 4.8/5

Frequency of posting: Infrequent

The Social Work Podcast, as explained by its name, is a show that discusses all things social work, for example, its practical appliances, theories, education, research, and so on. The show, while targeted for an audience of social workers, is also of great relevance to fields like psychology, counseling, or nursing.

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Between Us

Rating: 4.7/5

Frequency of posting: Infrequent

Between Us aims to discuss the relationship between the therapist and the patient, looking to understand both sides. The podcast is brought by John Totten and Mason Neely, and recurringly brings guests to talk about relevant subjects in the psychotherapy field.

The Trauma Therapist

Rating: 4.6/5

Frequency of posting: 1/week

The Trauma Therapist is hosted by Join Guy Macpherson, PhD, who interviews leading professionals in the field of trauma. Centering around this subject, the podcast also touches on issues like addiction, yoga, and mindfulness and debating its relation to trauma.

Say Why to Drugs

Rating: 4.1/5

Frequency of posting: Infrequent

Knowing about the curiosity and taboo around recreational drugs, Dr. Suzi Gage, a psychologist, created this podcast. Every episode, the psychologist chooses a different substance to discuss, talking about both its risks and its benefits when using.

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