For this special episode of our “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast, we turn the tables and become the interviewees! Genesis Amaris Kemp, host of the GEMS podcast, interviews us about the seven-word formula, stability, intimacy, how we met, and a bunch of other fun topics.
What happens when someone you think you know—someone you love, and feel a deep connection to—says or does something you never imagined they would say or do? Is all lost? In this episode of our “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast, we talk about ways we’re all bundles of contradictions, with mixed feelings and opinions […]
Lisa Carrillo works with couples to help them find and foster the experience of flow, that state of being open-hearted and open-minded, attuned to whatever is present. We talk about her work, and ways her understandings overlap with the seven words that are the basis of our podcast.
Young people are having less sex, and over half of single adults in the United States have given up on dating. Why? What’s going on? A chance conversation with a young woman, some research we’ve read about, and lots of conversations in the office led us to this topic for our Couples Therapy in Seven […]
Here at podcast central for “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” we take our work seriously. So when we had an emergency request from a couple for help, we knew we had to do what we could. Little did we know what we were getting into…
Kate has a lovely marriage—they’re kind, considerate, and deeply bonded to each other. But Kate’s already low libido pretty much tanked after menopause. What can they do? In this episode we talk about some of the options, with particular reference to Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus’s book Sex Points.
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You’re Invited to a live taping of the “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast! When: Sunday, August 15, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm Where: Temple Sinai, 500 Swift St. South Burlington VT Admission is free (but please respond–see below) Couples therapist Dr. Bruce Chalmer and his wife and co-host Judy Alexander are having their […]
Okay, let’s get snarky. Everybody comes in to couples therapy saying, “We need to communicate better.” No you don’t! In this episode of our “Couples Therapy in Seven Words” podcast, Judy and I talk about why it’s not about how you talk. And then we handle a listener question. Let us know what you think!