The Food Psych Podcast with Christie Harrison
This Anti-diet, Health at Every Size podcast is a great support for anyone who has struggled with any degree of a strained relationship with food and body. A good place to start is episode #127, which introduces the framework of the podcast, and links to several useful episodes of interest.
Greater than the Sum of our Parts by Dr. Richard Schwartz
This is an audio program introducing Internal Family Systems therapy and the lens of Parts and Self. This program contains information about the therapy model, and also experiential learning, such as guided meditations.
Your Brain on Love with Dr. Stan Tatkin
This audio program with Dr. Stan Tatkin introduces and normalizes attachment styles and how the impact us as adults in romantic relationships. It also offers guidance in terms of creating the relationship you want with your current partner. Great for individuals, wonderful to listen to as a couple.
Insights at the Edge with Tami Simon
Tami Simon’s in-depth audio podcast interviews with leading spiritual teachers and luminaries. Listen in as they explore their latest challenges and breakthroughs—the leading edge of their work.
Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown, PhD
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A timely and important book that challenges everything we think we know about cultivating true belonging in our communities, organizations, and culture, from the #1 bestselling author of Rising Strong, Daring Greatly, and The Gifts of Imperfection
(I recommend all of her books, but this is one of my favorites.)
Yoga for Depression by Amy Weintraub
This book is useful for anyone hoping to use yoga skills to address symptoms of depression or anxiety. Amy Weintraub introduces readers to her personal journey of recovery from depression through yoga, and shares the therapeutic yoga practices she now uses with clients.
Overcoming Trauma through Yoga by David Emerson and Elizabeth Hopper, PhD
The trauma-sensitive yoga described in this book moves beyond traditional talk therapies that focus on the mind, by bringing the body actively into the healing process. This allows trauma survivors to cultivate a more positive relationship to their body through gentle breath, mindfulness, and movement practices.