Publicity about Dr. Chalmer
Dr. Chalmer was interviewed on the "Top Self" podcast by the host, Shanenn Bryant. She notes: "In today's episode, I took full advantage of having the great couples therapist, Dr. Bruce Chalmer on and I asked some burning questions for you like: *How to get your partner to go to therapy when they don't want to *What's the first thing you would do if you were working with a couple with jealousy in the relationship *Why couples get it wrong when they say their biggest issue is communication. Bruce shares the idea that couples often choose stability over intimacy and this is what he calls the "death spiral" of passion in a relationship. I loved this topic as it just brings to light how often we push away our true authentic self because we are too afraid of what someone else, in this case our partner, might think. He also compares couples therapy to improv so you'll have to tune in to hear why."
Article in the South Burlington, VT newspaper "The Other Paper" about Dr. Chalmer's book "It's Not About Communication!". It's on page 4 (you'll see a digital image of the printed paper, so flip over to that page)
Michael Kay’s podcast, Chapter X, focuses on the transition to retirement. Listen to our conversation, where we talked about how retirement can increase anxiety, why couples might seek therapy when one or both retire, and how a mindset of faith can help you prepare for the unexpected emotional challenges of life transitions.
In this excerpt from Dr. Stockwell's interview, Bruce and Judy share how he decided to ask his non-therapist wife to join the “Couples Therapy In Seven Words” podcast and they reflect on what they have learned about their relationship because of hosting the podcast together.
"They talk relationships and marriage, which is one thing that is evident when speaking to them, that they do extremely well. Their dynamic as a couple speaks for itself. It's refreshing to know we have a therapist and educator who clearly practice what they preach!"
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.