Maybe you’re like me.

You get home from a day of great sessions. Your clients really enjoy working with you. You have kick-ass therapy techniques and want to share them with the world.

You apply for speaker roles and podcasts. You think to yourself, “There’s no way I won’t get picked. I know my shit! I’m so passionate about this topic! I can’t wait to share it with the world!” Then, crickets. The other person decides to go a different direction, or never even replies. Your imposter syndrome kicks in.

See, you are like me.

I had all these amazing ideas and no knowledge of how, or energy left, to get them out there. [No, thought-broadcasting isn’t a real thing, I tried.] Sometimes, when I did manage to get them out, it felt like no one wanted to listen. I wanted to be seen and heard.

I didn’t want to build an e-course every time I wanted to share a kick-ass therapy technique.

I didn’t want to rack my brain for the perfect hashtag to, as the kids say, go viral. Ain’t nobody got time fo’ that.

I didn’t want to wait for someone else to decide that I was “well-known” enough for my idea to be worthy/cool/good enough to be on their show or in their conference.

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You know how that feels.

 
 
 

I did what any sane person does when they get frustrated with the system, I decided to make a podcast. 

I started this podcast because I wanted a place to be able to talk to other therapists. 

 I just wanted a sounding board to talk about my ideas with. 

 I wanted to feel like I do when I get a coffee with my therapist friends. I wanted a place to learn from each other, support each other, vent and to talk about the highs and lows. 

I don’t want to buy your business secrets. I want to be your friend. 

I want to connect with you, one human being to another. 

Between Two Clinicians.