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Therapists Uncut Podcast

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The Therapists Uncut Podcast is here to help you feel enlightened, validated, and inspired as we share our uncensored thoughts about real life and make mental health relatable. Join off-the clock therapists who happen to be friends for good laughs, guest interviews, casual and, at times, difficult … read more

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Tackling Insomnia

January 18th, 2021



Tackling Insomnia

Brief Summary

You have a bedtime routine, take your supplements,  use meditation apps, but you still can’t sleep! Tackling in insomnia can be a beast and even when you feel like you’re doing …

Chaplain Dave Williams Demystifies His Role With Law Enforcement and First Responders

January 11th, 2021



Chaplain Dave Williams Demystifies  His Role With Law Enforcement and First Responders

Interview with Chaplain Dave Williams

Guest Bio

Being …

Why New Year’s Resolutions Suck and What You Can Do About Them

January 4th, 2021



Let’s get 2021 started off right! Learn how to avoid the hype and fad of New Year’s resolutions and utilize preparation, commitment, mindset and …

5 Ways to Survive the Holiday

December 7th, 2020



5 Ways to Survive the Holidays

The holidays are a beautiful thing, but for many of us they can also be real stressful! Join the Therapists Uncut …

What You Need To Know About Teen Dating

November 30th, 2020



What You Need to Know About Teen Dating

The Therapists Uncut team spoke to teens and young adults on the topic of teen dating, from what defines …

Interview with Dawn Kelley Part 2 - Rubber Bands and Parent Resiliency

November 23rd, 2020



Interview with Dawn Kelley Part 2 - Rubber Bands and Parent Resiliency

Interview with Dawn Kelley

Dawn Kelley is a local mom and traveling enthusiast.  A passion for people, a passion for storytelling, a passion for …

“Interview with Dawn Kelley Part 1 - It Wasn’t About Me: Supporting Your Child Through Transitioning”

November 16th, 2020



“It Wasn’t About Me: Dawn Kelley on Supporting her Child Through Transitioning Part 1 of 2”

Interview with Dawn Kelley

Dawn Kelley is a local mom and traveling enthusiast.  A passion for people, a passion for …

How Sleeping and Eating Can Impact Your Mental Health

November 9th, 2020



How Sleeping and Eating Can Impact Your Mental Health


In this episode we talk about:


Sleep and eating habits are fundamental components to maintaining our overall physical and mental health. Yet, when life gets …

What You Need To Know About Road Rage

November 2nd, 2020



What You Need To Know About Road Rage


Road rage is something many of us if not most of us struggle with from time to time. Whether you are the driver that’s tailgating, excessively honking, racing, or intimidating …

Breast Cancer Awareness BONUS Episode: Warriors Against Cancer

October 28th, 2020



Breast Cancer Awareness BONUS Episode: Warriors Against Cancer

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we challenged our listeners to share their personal stories and help inspire others to continue the fight …

Dealing With The 5-Letter Word: DEATH

October 26th, 2020



In debriefing the 2-part interview with Morgan Michele Brown on death, dying, and healing, the T-Uncut Team reminds us of things to consider when dealing with death. Understand common stages and responses to death …

Morgan Michele Brown on Death, Grief, and Healing Part 2

October 19th, 2020



Morgan Michele Brown shares how the grief and anger following the sudden death of her mother in 2012, motivated a new  curiosity about life and …

Morgan Michele Brown on Death, Grief, and Healing Part 1

October 12th, 2020


Morgan Brown reminds us the topic of Death and Dying is so much of an unspoken topic, that when the time comes that someone close to you does die it’s a blurry road to navigate. Not only for you as the one who “lost” …

How Not To Be An A**hole When You’re In A Bad Mood

October 5th, 2020



It’s not uncommon to occasionally “vomit” our own bad mood onto others, but just how are you supposed to avoid this? Our moods are ever changing, but despite whatever mood we may be in we are in we are each …

The Life Lessons of Distance Learning

September 28th, 2020


Adjusting to Distance Learning has been one hell of job for most families. With the added layers of complexities and barriers, it’s easy to hyper-focus on things that, in the long run, don’t really matter. Hear the …

Talking To Kids About Societal Unrest and Other Hard Topics

September 21st, 2020


From the health pandemic to civil unrest to politics, it seems like no matter where we turn there are endless opportunities to have uncomfortable, …

When “Suicide Prevention” Hurts More Than It Helps

September 14th, 2020


For someone who is a survivor of a friend or family member who suicided, the words “Suicide Prevention” and “Know the Signs” don’t always bring …

Managing Stress And Priorities When Everything Feels Urgent

September 7th, 2020


Managing stress and competing priorities can feel impossible, at times. Nikki, Jolene, and Alyssa share tips that work for them and explore different …

“I Just Want To Be Heard”

August 31st, 2020


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 …

Scared Sh!tless

August 24th, 2020


Putting yourself out there in any unknown situation is terrifying, but if you handle the pressure in the Scared Sh!tless Zone just enough to make it …

PTSD IS Not Life Ending, But It Is Life Altering – An In-Depth Discussion on PTSD, Depression, And Suicide

August 17th, 2020


The group goes deep into signs of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and suicide as they reflect on the most recent interview with Officer Shaw on his personal experience with PTSD and first responder …

Officer Michael Shaw Shares His Personal Story On Suicide and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Part 2 of 2

August 10th, 2020


Officer Michael Shaw experienced Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result of losing his best friend and fellow law enforcement officer to …

Officer Michael Shaw Shares His Personal Story on Suicide and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Part 1 of 2

August 3rd, 2020


Michael Shaw shares his personal story of how the loss of his best friend to suicide had a long lasting impact on his personal and professional life. Matt was not only Officer Shaw’s best friend and roommate, but also a …

Sh!t Show 2020

July 27th, 2020


Come one, come all to the Sh!t Show 2020! Or is it? 2020 has brought an array of interesting, to say the least, predicaments, conversations, and just …

Recognizing Trauma In Day to Day Experiences

July 20th, 2020


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, …

Things To Consider When Navigating Difficult Conversations

July 13th, 2020


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 …

The Power Of Community, Respect, And Dialogue

July 6th, 2020


Despite feeling like “Rona is splitting the Country,” Nikki, Jolene, and Alyssa explore the power of both the individual and community during not …

Using Self-Care To Cope With Stress

June 29th, 2020


Dealing with stress can be a normal part of life, but sometimes it sneaks up in ways we simply refuse to acknowledge, all the while convincing ourselves we are fine. Therapists Uncut explores the not so subtle ways …

Mental Health Awareness Month During COVID Let’s Talk About It

June 26th, 2020


Daily habits and routines are a way of coping and dealing with life events and it is an important part of managing your mental health. T-Uncut discusses the various ways mental health has popped up in everyday …

Co-Host Bios and A Squirrel

June 26th, 2020


Nikki, Jolene and Alyssa share how their personal and professional experiences brought them together several years ago as therapists in training, and …

This Idea Of A Therapist?

June 26th, 2020


Why, yes! Contrary to popular belief, therapists are people too. Therapists are not scary or judgmental. They are passionate about their profession, …

Introducing the Therapists Uncut Podcast

June 22nd, 2020


Welcome to the Therapists Uncut Podcast, where off-the clock therapists who happen to be friends share their uncensored thoughts about real life.

Join us weekly as we share inspirational stories, good laughs, casual …

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