Sometimes you have to go really dark to find the brightest light.
When two counseling podcasters get together, magic happens…
Growth and healing often occur more quickly when you bring your mate into counseling with you.
What does a Nike Master Trainer have to say about mental health?
It’s the 100th episode!
Have you ever wondered how a mental health practitioner deals with his own issues? Here’s a peek behind the curtain.
People are needlessly dying due to completely preventable issues related to firearms, so Zephyr has partnered with Walk the Talk America to solve that.
You know, there are other mental health podcasts out there so we figured, “Why not spread the love?”
If you want emotionally healthy children, you have to teach them. But what if you don’t know your own feelings? Amanda Green explains.
How can being positive be harmful? That doesn’t make any sense…or does it…?
What happens when three ambitious people come together for a podcast? Listen and find out…
Noggin Notes is great, but so are many other podcasts that address mental health. One of those other great podcasts is Pod Therapy, which recently had Jake on for an interview.
Do you work for your money or does your money work for you? Where do you want to be in 10 years? How about 30 years? How do you get there?
In this episode, Jake and one of his mentors, Erik Schoen, discuss how broad, sweeping, systemic change is possible within hulking bureaucracies that may seem immovable.
Gun ownership and mental health care are not mutually exclusive topics.
Want to develop your children’s mental fortitude? Reno Dad Dave Bradfield shares how.
In this week’s podcast Jake explains the importance of treatment planning and also shares some insights for both clinicians and clients related to when treatment should continue versus when it should stop…or at least take a break. And remember: no one should be in therapy forever.
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The fifth and final article in this series focuses on the importance of losing control in order to get connected with others.
Many songs have been written about the romantic power of love…but what about the practical application of the scientific kind in the healing arts and sciences?
Watching your kids suffer while not bailing them out of it is really important to helping them grow.