Category: Communication

Talking To Kids About Societal Unrest and Other Hard Topics

From the health pandemic to civil unrest to politics, it seems like no matter where we turn there are endless opportunities to have uncomfortable, but important conversations with our kids. Tune in for tips on how to talk to your kids about these…

“I Just Want To Be Heard”

We all come from our own individual experiences and sometimes all you want is for people to listen – without accusation, without advice, without judgement. However, if you’ve ever chosen to share your individual experiences on social media, you’ve…

Recognizing Trauma In Day to Day Experiences

A trauma response can result from exposure to any scary or distressing situation. It can show up in the form of high reactivity, bad dreams, upsetting thoughts or memories, difficulty concentrating, or difficulty sleeping. Now, while the word…

Things To Consider When Navigating Difficult Conversations

A conversation is a two-way street, despite whether or not you share the same perspectives. However, disagreements and differing views sometimes put us at high risk of making assumptions and placing judgement. Emotions can run high, defense walls go…

The Power Of Community, Respect, And Dialogue

Despite feeling like “Rona is splitting the Country,” Nikki, Jolene, and Alyssa explore the power of both the individual and community during not only the stressful times, but at all times. They discuss the importance of engaging in dialogue with…

Introducing the Therapists Uncut Podcast

The Therapists Uncut Podcast was created to make mental health more relatable for everyone through casual conversation, guest interviews, and real talk with friends who happen to be therapists.