This week Jake shares with you eight common steps when clients go through therapy. Sometimes people who need help are intimidated by what may be required of them. So our hope in sharing this with you is to demystify process and make it a little more common. (more…)
Jake brings us another exciting episode today, with special guest Lindsay Garrison, a Marriage & Family Therapist and Co-Founder of Zephyr Wellness in Reno, Nevada, where they discuss deeper on how to reconnect with yourself. (more…)
Jake had the honor of having Jesse Lott from Zephyr Wellness, who is a marriage and family therapist and also an alcohol and drug counselor, as a guest on the show, to discuss deeper on the topic of Connection and Intimacy.
It's that time again when Jake answers some of your questions we have received in the listeners mail. This weeks podcast is out now and Jake answers some great questions from our listeners. Who knows one of the questions could be one that you've been wanting to ask all along.
Jake had the honor of having Steve Barcia from Zephyr Wellness, who is a marriage and family therapist and also an alcohol and drug counselor, as a guest on the show, to discuss deeper on the topic of. (more…)
Mental Health Podcast Episode 15: Surprise
Surprise is an individual’s psychological and emotional response to experience that does not align with that individual’s paradigm and expectations. It is the sense of astonishment, wonder, or amazement
that is caused by something sudden or unexpected. The experience of surprise varies with the importance of the outcome, as well as beliefs about the outcome. (more…)
In this episode Jake discusses the emotion of Contempt. Contempt is an emotion felt towards others that puts the person in an inferior, lower status position. The other person is regarded as being less in some way that the person feeling contempt considers themselves important. (more…)
In this episode Jake discusses the emotion of Interest where the emotion of interest is as essential to intellectual development as exercise is to physical development. (more…)
Traditionally as an adaptive function, disgust has served for disease avoidance. In other words: to keep us healthy and to keep us from getting ill. Our feeling of disgust works incredibly well for us to tell us to avoid, for example, faeces, rotting meat, or parasitic infected food. (more…)
In this episode, Jake will be replying to some of our listeners questions that have been sent in. Thank you to those who have emailed us with questions and topic ideas for the show. We hope to get through all the mail and answer all your questions. We will be doing more listeners mail podcast to get you all involved. Enjoy!