In Session the In Treatment Podcast

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HBO’s In Treatment is back for a fourth season starring Emmy winner Uzo Aduba (Orange Is The New Black) as the central therapist, Dr. Brooke Taylor. Each week, join writer and actor Brandon Kyle Goodman (Big Mouth; Modern Love) and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Janelle S. Peifer to break down new episodes of the series. Our hosts dive into Dr. Taylor’s week, demystify the process of therapy, and examine the relationship between therapist and patient—all with a healthy dose of humor and joy. In Session: The In Treatment Podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.


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Week 4: The Art of Diagnosis
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This week, hosts Dr. Janelle S. Peifer Ph.D. and Brandon Kyle Goodman unpack what it’s like to see Dr. Brooke’s alcohol addiction affect her therapeutic practice. In Dr. Brooke’s fourth week, she stumbles her way through revealing a number of diagnoses which threaten to rupture some of her patient relationships. Our hosts talk through the tricky art of how and when to reveal a diagnosis to a patient and when formalizing a judgment is helpful or counterproductive. This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices   Here’s a list of resources mentioned in this week’s episode: Narcissism Rethinking Narcissism: The Secret to Recognizing and Coping with Narcissists Black youth mental health https://www.blackgirlssmile.org/resources Suicide prevention 1.800.662.HELP: SAMSHA National Helpline - mental health + substance use support and resources 24/7/365 (www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline) 1.800.273.8255: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - suicide and crisis call and chat based support 24/7/365 (www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org) Signs of SI: https://afsp.org/risk-factors-protective-factors-and-warning-signs Black families, racial trauma Anderson, R. E. (2018). And still WE rise: Parent–child relationships, resilience, and school readiness in low-income urban Black families. Journal of Family Psychology, 32(1), 60. https://therapyforblackgirls.com/2020/10/21/session-178-taking-action-taking-care-of-ourselves/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jun 15, 2021
Week 3: Mental Freedom
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This week on the podcast, hosts Dr. Janelle S. Peifer, Ph.D., and Brandon Kyle Goodman dive headfirst into the discussion of safety, spanking, and the stakes of growing up black in America. In week 3 of In Treatment, Dr. Brooke has an intense session with teenager Laila that brings up feelings and fears for both the therapist and the patient. Our hosts unpack the session as well as the controversial choices faced by parents—and how mindsets can change. This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices   Here’s a list of resources mentioned in this week’s episode:   Intersectionality for Black women: Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color (Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw) Crenshaw, K. W. (2017). On intersectionality: Essential writings. The New Press. Double Consciousness: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1897/08/strivings-of-the-negro-people/305446/ Spanking + Abuse: https://www.instagram.com/mrchazz/?hl=en https://open.spotify.com/episode/5H1slC912HSVD4OrXKinUa?si=o39LVxteSJ-yVbfA5Qm3rg&nd=1 Black families, racial trauma https://www.apa.org/pi/families/resources/newsletter/2017/04/racial-trauma Black youth mental health https://www.blackgirlssmile.org/resources LGBTQ+ Mental Health  https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jun 08, 2021
Week 2: Opening the Box
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Hosts Dr. Janelle S. Peifer, Ph.D., and Brandon Kyle Goodman interview the In Treatment showrunner’s assistant David Sigurani and get into week 2. In Dr. Brooke’s second week with her new patients we start to see how difficult it is to open the box of deeper issues that make her patients uncomfortable. The hosts unpack why some patients avoid triggering topics in therapy and the risk of pushing patients to go deeper when some issues are locked away for a reason. This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.   Here’s a list of resources mentioned in this week’s episode:   Readings:  Carl Rogers (1956), “On Becoming a Person: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy”  Brene Brown (2012), “Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead”  Breme Brown (2012), “Listening to Shame” Ted Talk   Resources:  Open Path Collective - Affordable in-person and online therapy starting at $30 (https://openpathcollective.org/) Not So Strong organization - An online space for Black women across the diaspora to embrace the healing power of vulnerability. (https://www.notsostrong.org/) The Loveland Foundation - Gives therapy scholarships to Black women (https://thelovelandfoundation.org/loveland-therapy-fund/)  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
May 31, 2021
Week 1: “Sit Down, Colin!”
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In the first episode of In Session, hosts Dr. Janelle S. Peifer, Ph.D., and Brandon Kyle Goodman discuss the first four episodes of In Treatment. In addition to tackling  that huge question: “What is therapy?” Our hosts talk about the messiness of creating and breaking boundaries (as seen between Dr. Brooke and Eladio), and the power dynamics that can develop between therapist and client (we’re looking at you, Colin). This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios.    Here’s a list of resources mentioned in this week’s episode:   Readings: Gutiérrez y Muhs, G., Niemann, Y. F., González, C. G., & Harris, A. P. (2012). Presumed incompetent: The intersections of race and class for women in academia. Jamison, K. R. (2015). An unquiet mind: A memoir of moods and madness (Vol. 4). Pan Macmillan. Demographics of the U.S. Psychology Workforce: www.apa.org/workforce/data-tools/demographics   Support: 1.800.662.HELP: SAMSHA National Helpline - mental health + substance use support and resources 24/7/365 (www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline) 1.800.273.8255: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - suicide and crisis call and chat based support 24/7/365 (www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org) 1.800.273.TALK or text DBSA to 741.741: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance - support and resources for depression and bipolar (www.dbsalliance.org) 1.866.488.7386: The Trevor Project - text, phone, and chat support, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and resources for LGBTQ young peope (www.thetrevorproject.org) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
May 25, 2021
Coming Soon: In Session: The In Treatment Podcast
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HBO’s In Treatment is back for a fourth season starring Emmy winner Uzo Aduba (Orange Is The New Black) as the central therapist, Dr. Brooke Taylor. Each week, join writer and actor Brandon Kyle Goodman (Big Mouth; Modern Love) and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Janelle S. Peifer to break down new episodes of the series. Our hosts dive into Dr. Taylor’s week, demystify the process of therapy, and examine the relationship between therapist and patient—all with a healthy dose of humor and joy. In Session: The In Treatment Podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
May 18, 2021