Active, Collaborative, Respectful Couples Therapy
Dr. Bruce Chalmer
Couples Therapist in South Burlington, VT
Dr. Chalmer is a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with couples. He brings to this work a wide-ranging curiosity and intelligence, an ability to connect with people, and a passion for helping people live happier, healthier lives. He uses his knowledge, skill, and long experience of couples therapy to help his clients achieve their goals.
Couples Therapy with a Dead Man: An Interview with Billie Best
Author Billie Best nursed her husband through to his death from cancer, and then discovered that he had been having an affair for years. She writes about her experience in her book How I Made A Huge Mess of My Life: Couples Therapy with a Dead Man. We talk about her fascinating life, and the
The Erotic Equation, and More on Husband’s Cross-Dressing
What is the “erotic equation”? We talk about the idea, first articulated by Jack Morin in his book The Erotic Mind, that eroticism needs obstacles to be hot. Then we revisit the topic of one of our most popular episodes, “My Wife Found Out I Cross-Dress. Help!” One of our listeners commented on the episode
Seven Words to Jump-Start Your Love Life – The Podcast
How can our seven-word formula—“Be kind, don’t panic, and have faith”—help your love life? We talk about how those words can guide you as you do the work—sometimes scary work—of healing your passionate connection with your partner. My ridiculous rap on the seven words is at https://www.youtube.com/?v=0cF0bO7mGac. If you sign up for my newsletter (which
Do These Pants Make Me Look Fat?
What do you do when your partner asks you, “Do these pants make me look fat?” As we discuss, it’s classically asked by a woman of her male partner, and it strikes terror into the hearts of the guy. But we realized—actually, Judy realized—after we did the recording that there’s a great equivalent question that