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Have you ever wondered what Catholic psychotherapists talk about outside of their sessions? Every first Friday, beginning on December 6, Souls and Hearts will bring together several seasoned Catholic clinicians in an open, spontaneous, free-ranging and fascinating discussion about psychology and the Faith. Come be a fly on the wall and peek in as Catholic therapists share experiences and opinions, debate one another, and dive deep into important issues where psychology and Catholicism meet.
 
A podcast about finding mental well-being as a Catholic with the help of community and the saints. Hosted by Tommy Tighe, a marriage and family therapist, husband, and father. In each episode Tommy addresses different mental health issues, introduces listeners to a saint who is relevant to mental health and wellness, and responds to questions from Twitter followers.
 
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Tommy talks about a 2021 NYC Mayoral Candidate sharing his battle with depression, shares the impact of distance learning on those who need school-based mental health care, steps aside to allow Catherine Addington to introduce listeners to Saint Rafael Arnáiz, and answers listener questions about how to pray with ADHD, how to fight feelings of guil…
 
Tommy talks about a recent report on the state of Black mental health in 2020 America and the process behind why someone might be placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold, shares some insights about Servant of God Dorothy Day, and answers listener questions about intrusive thoughts being "good" or "bad", how to stay healthy on social media, and th…
 
Tommy talks about an effort by a local police department to grow in mental health awareness and discusses the importance of Mental Health First Aid training, shares some insights about Saint Rose of Lima, and answers listener questions about the importance of friendship, how to experience and cope with extreme emotions in a healthy way, and if our …
 
Tommy talks about the importance of maternal mental health services and a project that seeks to provide an alternative to calling 911 for a mental health crisis, shares some insights about Saint Teresa of Calcutta, and answers listener questions about Bipolar Disorder and the consecrated life, how to recognize and address burnout, and how to rebuil…
 
Tommy talks about how to advocate for yourself when seeking care, shares some startling mental health statistics about LGBTQ youth, introduces listeners to Saint Alphonsa Muttathupandathu, and answers listener questions about life after trauma, if it's wrong to avoid certain spiritual practices because of scrupulosity, and how to balance helping ot…
 
Tommy discusses a Christian pastor's tweet about people not needing medication or therapy, talks about an Australian effort to fight for mental health justice, shares some thoughts on Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, and answers listener questions about spiritual abuse within parishes, how to work through feeling guilty for past sins, and why in the world …
 
Tommy talks about the limits of confidentiality in therapy, discusses the process for how to get help once you realize you need it, introduces listeners to Saint Zélie Martin, and answers listener questions about all or nothing thinking, if the Church's teaching on marriage leads to co-dependent relationships, and how to work through emotions after…
 
Tommy talks about how we can finally get a good night's sleep, discusses how the COVID pandemic has impacted those suffering with dementia, introduces listeners to Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora, and answers listener questions about helping a loved one with body image issues, finding a relationship with God after an experience of religious trauma, a…
 
Tommy talks about COVID-related changes to sleep/exercise/smoking/alcohol use, explores what to do about bullying, introduces listeners to Blessed Bartolo Longo, and answers listener questions about wanting to find room in Catholic spirituality for our emotions, flaws, and weaknesses; how to handle the fallout from an episode of Borderline Personal…
 
Tommy talks about Colorado's COVID-related mental health crisis data and a new initiative started by rapper G-Herbo, introduces listeners to Blessed Clara Isabella Fornari, and answers listener questions about pornography addiction, if taking medication for mental health symptoms is a sign of weakness, and how emotions during pregnancy impact our c…
 
Tommy talks about Kim Kardashian's recent comments about mental illness, discusses a study on breathing techniques from Yale, shares a story about Saint Vincent de Paul, and answers listener questions about orthorexia, navigating a relationship while experiencing Harm OCD, and how to heal after experiencing abuse from a helping professional.…
 
Tommy talks about how making your bed won't fix your mental illness and discusses how to cope with dissociation, introduces listeners to Blessed Laura Vicuña, and answers listener questions about to help a loved one be open to mental health treatment, what a manic episode looks like, and how to navigate a friend sharing news about a history of abus…
 
Tommy talks about the burning of a Catholic parish by a man with mental illness and discusses the need for pro-mental health protections in the current conversations about policing. He also shares a bit about Blessed Miguel Pro and answers listener questions about how to handle feelings of guilt about our mental-health induced behaviors, the benefi…
 
Tommy talks about overcoming imposter syndrome and managing anxiety when making big decisions, introduces listeners to Venerable Augustus Tolton, and answers listener questions about showing mercy to someone who traumatized us, the connection between our faith and our recovery from substance dependence, and whether God wants us to suffer without re…
 
Tommy talks about attachment styles, discusses deep breathing to relieve anxiety, introduces listeners to Saint Elizabeth of Portugal, and answers listener questions about feeling guilty over being estranged from a sibling, psychosis vs. demonic possession, and how to cope with something a friend said that left us feeling rattled.…
 
Tommy talks about personality tests and how the suffering of others impacts his life as a therapist, introduces listeners to Servant of God Elizabeth Clarisse Lange, and answers listener questions about self-harm, how to stop second-guessing ourselves, and if there's anything special about a Catholic therapist.…
 
Tommy talks about journaling for mental health, discusses how to manage a 9-year-old's anger outbursts, introduces listeners to Blessed Concepción Cabrera de Armida, and answers listener questions about feeling anxious about life after the lockdowns, weather-related anxiety, and fears about suffering the same mental health and neurological conditio…
 
Tommy talks about how depression and a religious vocation can co-exist, discusses steps to take when we need therapy but can't get to a therapist, introduces listeners to Saint Maturinus, and answers listener questions about how to handle a conversation with a non-Catholic therapist, how to manage a relationship with an estranged family member, and…
 
Tommy talks about why it's so hard to pray when we're depressed, explores secular guided meditation, introduces listeners to Saint Margaret of Cortona, and answers listener questions about eating disorder relapse prevention, if everything happens for a reason, and the therapeutic approach known as Internal Family Systems.…
 
Eight Catholic therapists discuss possible solutions to the church scandals. Although all agree that honesty and communication are important, the level of disclosure and how each individual case is handled must be discerned carefully.The therapists share some well-handled examples where priests leave for treatment of a mental health issue and then …
 
Eight Catholic therapists discuss the lack of human formation of our bishops and priests today, and other boundary violations that can result.It's critical for bishops and priests to be at an above-average level of mental health to cope with all the disorder in the modern world. Priests, pastors and bishops can easily be overwhelmed with an immense…
 
Tommy talks about the practice of mindfulness and how to approach a teen with an eating disorder, introduces listeners to Saint Rita of Cascia, and answers listener questions about a sibling coming out as transgender, what to do when prayer is emotionally triggering, and the issues with Maslow's famous hierarchy of needs.…
 
Tommy talks about how to respond when we're told we've triggered someone and discusses the need for better mental health services in perinatal healthcare, introduces listeners to Servant of God Chiara Corbella Petrillo, and answers listener questions about how to be a better communicator, how to start setting up a routine, and the fine line between…
 
Tommy talks about the problems with working from home and explores Selena Gomez sharing her diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, introduces listeners to Blessed Chiara Badano, and answers listener questions about how to navigate fasting with an eating disorder, if the phrase "the new normal" is helpful or not, and how to find peace as a family when one p…
 
Tommy talks about the problems with using Cannabis and discusses the need to stop using mental health terms as pejoratives, introduces listeners to Blessed Charles de Foucauld, and answers listener questions about what to do when you need therapy but can't start yet, the difference between in-person therapy and telehealth, and what's so special abo…
 
Tommy talks about how social distancing impacts our emotional health and discusses the idea of a "higher power" in substance use treatment, welcomes Sister Anne Flanagan to introduce listeners to Blessed James Alberione, and answers listener questions about how to prepare for the anniversary of a friend's death from suicide, how to cope with anger …
 
Tommy talks about how to set healthy Lenten penances and how to cope with news that a holy hero may not have been so holy, introduces listeners to Saint Josephine Bakhita, and answers listener questions about why those suffering from addiction make bad choices, how to improve a relationship in the midst of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and tip…
 
Tommy talks about how to cope with anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic and how to best work with individuals who identify as transgender, introduces listeners to Saint Damien of Molokai, and answers listener questions about what to do when a child comes out as bisexual, how to help a family member with Bipolar Disorder who doesn't want help, and h…
 
Eight Catholic therapists share awkward, often humorous, moments they have encountered in their practices for a lighter episode of Fly on the Wall. They discuss how the small Catholic world often leads to uncomfortable encounters between clients, family members, a common parish community, and even other clients. Listen in as they share a few funny …
 
Tommy talks about extreme penance vs. self-harm and discusses why in the world we might develop feelings for our therapist, shares a bit about Saint Joan of Arc, and answers listener questions about when compassion becomes co-dependence, what to think when a mental health diagnosis closes off the priesthood, and how to help a family member who stop…
 
Tommy talks about battling loneliness and the first steps to take when you want to get help, introduces listeners to Saint Expeditus, and answers listener questions about anger when working through childhood experiences, how to cope with anxiety at school, and how to approach intrusive images that confront us without our consent.…
 
Tommy talks about therapists wearing their ashes on Ash Wednesday and the need to love ourselves if we want to experience the love of God, shares a little about Saint Edith Stein, and answers listener questions about overcoming shame, setting healthy boundaries in a relationship with our parents, and the new therapeutic modality known as Lifespan I…
 
Eight Catholic therapists invite you to listen to a round-table discussion about how the current church scandal has affected their clients, their practices, and themselves.They discuss a wide range of emotional experiences including anger at the church, guilt of being Catholic and fear for the victims as well as relief for the scandal being out in …
 
Tommy talks about the the recent suicide of a Kansas City priest and the importance of not over-pathologizing ourselves, shares a little about Saint John Vianney, and answers listener questions about flashbacks, grieving the death of a parent, and how to respond to Catholics who think using mental health medication is just "drugging our bodies."…
 
Tommy talks about the importance of finding a modality of therapy that connects with you and discusses the wide range of emotions that can come after a miscarriage, introduces listeners to Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, and answers listener questions about responding to DMs about mortal sin, the idea of hell making it hard to feel God's love and mercy,…
 
Tommy talks about supporting a teen with mental illness and how spirituality connects with counseling, introduces listeners to Saint Noel Chabanel, and answers listener questions about grieving the loss of someone we don't remember, navigating the emotions of studying abroad, and how to prepare our mental health for pregnancy and having children.…
 
Tommy talks about the importance of focusing on your relationship as a married couple and how to address suicide with young children, shares a little bit about Saint Ignatius of Loyola, and answers listener questions about recovering from childhood abuse, navigating relationships with difficult family members, and supporting a loved one experiencin…
 
Tommy talks about the the idea of Blue Monday and the heartbreak of Christian pastors being fired over their mental health, introduces everyone to Saint Flora, and answers listener questions about how to stop dwelling on the sins of others, the DBT (Dialectical behavior therapy) idea that there are no absolute truths, and how to help a loved one wi…
 
Tommy addresses the lie that praying more will always lead to healing and talks about how to navigate relationships with family members who are hostile to our faith, shares a little bit about Saint Augustine, and answers listener questions about religious orders rejecting people because of their mental health, when to speak up in a relationship, an…
 
Tommy talks about the stigma around taking mental health medications and explores the heartbreak of Saint Therese, shares a little about Saint Aelred of Rievaulx, and answers listener questions about navigating manipulative relationships, the therapy modality known as EMDR, and depression leading to missing Mass.…
 
Tommy talks about children taking a mental health day off of school and a recent study on contraception and depression, shares a little about Saint Joseph of Cupertino, and answers listener questions about self-disclosure in job interviews, navigating family relationships, and how to battle perfectionism.…
 
Tommy talks about the dangers of self-care advice and the potential Medicaid IMD Exclusion repeal plans, shares a little about Saint Oscar Romero, and answers listener questions about battling perverted thoughts, promoting healing between siblings, and the importance of replacing a bad coping skill with a good one.…
 
Tommy talks about how to become a therapist and the potential anxiety associated with memento mori, shares a little bit about Saint Teresa of Avila, and answers listener questions about mindfulness techniques, families who stigmatize therapy, and how to be in a supportive relationship with someone who has experienced suicidal thoughts.…
 
Six Catholic therapists invite you to listen to a round-table discussion about what it means for a clinician to have healthy boundaries with his or her clients. Learn how client-therapy boundaries are ultimately about creating a safe and healing environment for the client. Listen to a discussion about physical touch, varying client needs, and inter…
 
Have you ever wondered what Catholic psychotherapists talk about outside of their sessions? Every first Friday, beginning on December 6, Souls and Hearts will bring together several seasoned Catholic clinicians in an open, spontaneous, free-ranging and fascinating discussion about psychology and the Faith. Come be a fly on the wall and peek in as C…
 
Tommy talks about caregiver burnout and explores having same-sex attractions while staying faithfully Catholic, introduces Saint Maria Goretti, and answers listener questions about dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, and how to break the cycle of violence in our homes.توسط Grexly
 
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