What's the F***ing Point?

Sarah Rodgers on Drama Therapy, Everything & Nothing

Episode Summary

For episode 2 of the podcast, I had a wonderful free-flowing conversation with fellow Nashville psychotherapist Sarah Rodgers (MA, LMFT, RDT). I'm lucky to call Sarah a friend, and she's a kindred spirit in that she's unapologetically into all kinds of holistic (is "new age" still a thing?) stuff, with plenty of science and healthy skepticism to balance it out. In this episode, Sarah and I chat about: - some of our most important spiritual guides (hint: furry) - how we each think of and approach tarot and divination - what drama therapy is and the relationship to psychodrama and other expressive therapies - the magic of intuition, tele, and neuroception — how we know things to be true ...and lots of other fun random shit. You can learn about Sarah and her work at www.creativecounselingnashville and follow her on Instagram @creativecounselingnashville. For full show notes including various books and other resources we mention during the episode, visit http://wonderwelltherapy.com/blog/wtfp-02 . Thanks for listening, and if you dig, please share it with a friend!

Episode Notes

For episode 2 of the podcast, I had a wonderful free-flowing conversation with fellow Nashville psychotherapist Sarah Rodgers (MA, LMFT, RDT). I'm lucky to call Sarah a friend, and she's a kindred spirit in that she's unapologetically into all kinds of holistic (is "new age" still a thing?) stuff, with plenty of science and healthy skepticism to balance it out. In this episode, Sarah and I chat about: - some of our most important spiritual guides (hint: furry) - how we each think of and approach tarot and divination - what drama therapy is and the relationship to psychodrama and other expressive therapies - the magic of intuition, tele, and neuroception — how we know things to be true ...and lots of other fun random shit. You can learn about Sarah and her work at www.creativecounselingnashville and follow her on Instagram @creativecounselingnashville. For full show notes including various books and other resources we mention during the episode, visit http://wonderwelltherapy.com/blog/wtfp-02 . Thanks for listening, and if you dig, please share it with a friend!