Discovering one’s true being is hard, but not impossible.
Not many of us realize that we’re spent until it’s too late. Jake offers a practical (and somewhat controversial) take on the topics of burnout and self-care in this episode.
To project something onto the world means to…
Making any substantial change can be psychologically distressing, but for those moving to a completely new country, the stress is of a different variety altogether.
Far too often the results of trauma manifest as symptoms of other ailments, yet the underlying root cause never gets addressed.
A robust exploration of the basic factors behind anxiety and, more importantly, how to fix it.
Dr. King is making worldwide efforts to fight PTSD and sex abuse. Hear his story on this episode.
The second installment is even better than part one…and part one was incredible!
If you think you need to be independent to be successful - or that dependence is a bad thing - think again.
More questions and answers!
Jake and Dr. Conte get personal in this conversation about random but deep and interesting topics.
Politics and finances always affect services. This episode explores both of those factors and concludes the series.
In America, we think of stray animals as a nuisance whenever the neighbor's dog gets loose and poops on our lawn. In Cambodia however…
The first of our three-part series explores the differences between rural and urban settings related to mental health care provision.
If you've wondered about how Jake goes about his brand of counseling, this episode is for you!
Part two features improved audio quality and an investigation as to why we go for unhealthy relationships in the first place.
Our friends at Pod Therapy in Las Vegas were gracious enough to host Jake on their podcast. This is that episode.
Relational unhealthiness sometimes sneaks up on us unless we already have good boundaries in place. Listen and learn more.
Our first interview with her was so good, we decided to follow it up and go deeper!