Dr. Pooja Lakshmin's new book Real Self-Care explores how the principles around value-based decision making are true self care.
Supporting Transgender and Gender Expansive Youth with Dr. Laura Anderson : Episode 109, The Family Brain Podcast
Dr. Anderson has over 25 years working with and affirming gender expansive and transgender youth.
I talk with Kelly Coulter about her use of the IFS (Internal Family Systems) framework to support clients in her private practice in Austin Texas. The IFS framework was developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz and acknowledges the multiple selves within an individual.
Healing from Narcissistic Abuse and Complex Trauma with Ingrid Clayton PHD : Episode 107, The Family Brain Podcast
Ingrid Clayton’s new memoir “Believing Me, Healing from Narcissistic Abuse and Complex Trauma” details her childhood experiences that as an adult she came to understand as complex trauma and relational abuse.
Abby Davisson joins the podcast to discuss how money and love are intertwined, and how often in the decision-making process we can lose sight of this.
Juliane Taylor Shore joins The Family Brain Podcast to talk about her work in helping people understand neuroscience, boundary setting and how both impact our relationships.
Grace Mackey joins the podcast to talk about the mind/body connection in therapy. I discovered Grace Mackey via Instagram @elevateyourtheapy and love the engaging way she shares what she has learned about the mind/body connection. Grace has her ...
I think this book will strike a cord with so many people because Yael lays out why it can feel so overwhelming to manage multiple roles and she offers practical strategies supported by scientific research and illustrated by funny antidotes that help make the strategies feel accessible.
Parent coach Mary Van Geffen joins the podcast to discuss parenting "spicy kids." This new season of The Family Brain Podcast focuses on “What to Expect When You Are Expecting a Teen.” I remember my early parenting ...
Dr. Jen Gaudiani joins the Family Brain to talk about creating a positive home and family culture around food and body love.
Dr. Sarah Sarkis joins the podcast to talk about the science and development of the teen brain.
When I think about the word shame, I picture a little girl with her hand caught in the cookie jar or a teenager who got caught shoplifting. My brain conjures up images of getting caught, but in her book, ...
Jillian’s second guest appearance on The Family Brain Podcast came during the earlier days of Covid-19 lock downs here in Texas and around the world. I found myself for the first time moderately grasping how those who grew up during ...
Recently I have heard a bunch of rumblings about examining facts not feelings. Maybe you have heard this too? Even as someone who appreciates facts and has trouble lying even when it might be a good idea, I felt a strong resistance to this idea.