When therapists go to therapy with Hannah Cross, LCSW


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In this episode of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast, Dr. Steve Thayer and Dr. Reid Robison joined again by Hannah Cross, LCSW. Hannah is a licensed clinical social worker, excellent therapist, reiki master, yoga teacher, ecstatic dance facilitator, and an expert at using psychedelic medicines to enhance the psychotherapy process. Like many therapists, Reid, Hannah, and Steve have benefited tremendously from receiving their own therapy and coaching over the years. In this episode, they discuss some of those experiences in an effort to normalize seeking help, especially for those of you who are in or aspire to be in the helping profession.
(1:22) A Brief For The Defense, poem by Jack Gilbert
(3:10) Jack Kornfield on The Tim Ferriss Show
(6:34) Hapé snuff
(8:27) Learning therapy skills by being in therapy
(11:25) You can only take someone as deep as you've gone yourself
(14:11) What is hapé snuff?
(18:40) Benefitting from the therapeutic tools we offer our clients
(20:32) Some of the originators of modern Western psychotherapy
(24:40) Somatic and experiential therapies
(27:09) What to consider when looking for a therapist
(31:42) The difference between therapy and coaching
(35:17) Steve reflects on personal therapy journeys
(39:20) What makes therapy special?
(42:44) Reid reflects on personal therapy journeys
(46:27) Hannah reflects on personal therapy journeys
(50:20) Returning home to the body
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