Great Podcasts on Therapy Approaches

Creative Therapy Umbrella: The Podcast

Rating: 4.9/5

Frequency of posting: 1/week

This podcast is dedicated to helping therapists support the well-being and mental health of children through the creative arts. You will hear a variety of interviews with creative arts therapists, expressive therapists, and child specialists who focus on supporting infant and child mental health.

The Appetite: Specific for Eating Disorders

Rating: 4.9/5

Frequency of posting: 2/month

Hosted by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center, psychologists Lexi Giblin, Kara Bazzin and nutritionist Julie Church dive into the relationship between food, body and mental health.

Therapy Chat

Rating: 4.5/5

Frequency of posting: 1/week

Laura Reagan, the host of Therapy Chat, is a psychotherapist acting as a facilitator on this podcast, as each episode, she brings a new guest to debate alternative approaches to therapy and counseling. Some of the themes discussed are holistic healing, burnout, art therapy, self-compassion, and mindfulness.

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ACT in Context

Rating: 4.3/5

Frequency of posting: Ended

ACT in Context is all about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. The podcast will invite the listener to learn more about this practice, from its principles to its practical application. It’ll also touch on other similar subjects, such as behavioral analysis and the philosophy of science.

Mastering Counseling

Frequency of posting: Ended

This podcast is advised for current and future psychologists that want to know more about different approaches and themes in counseling and psychotherapy. Host Megan Hawksworth, a therapist, brings in different therapists every week to talk about their experiences in relation to treatment theories, different problems their patients face, and other topics.

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