This very timely interview was recorded back in late January, but was never published due to winter blues and the war in Ukraine. In it, Sophie speaks about her work as an online therapist, and her penchant for the darker sides of humanity and psychology.
It’s Complicated co-founder and psychologist, Johanne Schwensen, has a passion for therapy and music, yet knows close to nothing about music therapy. In this episode, Estonian psychodynamic therapist and music therapist Kadri Arula explains the workings of how to use music as a tool for therapeutic change.
In the ninth episode of the It’s Complicated podcast, we share three conversations with people currently developing and persuing novel solutions to address the dimensions of race, class, and geography acting as barriers to mental health services.
Since COVID, therapists of all types have taken their practices online and while many might feel it’s less than perfect, some are discovering that this major change in context and format has the potential to bring about new vantage points and considerations.
For the sixth episode of the It’s Complicated podcast,
Reece Cox ventures into the realm of multilove. The episode is captivating and only left me curious for more brain pickings, so I wrote not just one of the interviewed psychotherapist, Mathias Funke, but also two other counsellors specialised in polyamory, Rosanna Wendel and Phil Sheldon. This is what came out of my probing.
In this episode of It’s Complicated, we continue our exploration of the conditions and challenges of mental health within the electronic music industry. Here…
The It’s Complicated podcast takes a journalistic approach to contemporary issues across the broad spectrum of what we call therapy and mental health. Rather…