About the podcast
In this podcast, we take an in-depth look at the common issues our clients bring to therapy and offer listeners new ways to think about their own lives and the people around them.
With a mixture of conversations, meditations, case studies, and interviews, we hope to bring you plenty to think about and loads of valuable ideas and practical tips.
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Your Expert Podcast Presenters
Dr Justine Corry and Dr Gemma Gladstone from the Good Mood Clinic in Sydney, Australia
Clinical Psychologist, BSocSc (Hons); MSocSc; MPsychol(Clin); PhD (UNSW)
Clinical Psychologist & Certified Schema Therapist, Trainer and Supervisor (ISST). BA (Hons) GradDip (Psychotherapy); Cert (Clin Hypnosis); PhD (UNSW).
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Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? If you are a schema therapist or other mental heath professional with an authentic message that would benefit our listeners, then we would love to hear from you. Fill out the form and include some contact details. We will be in touch.
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Music by Glenn Brace (Episodes 1-12).
Show Artwork by Nigel Sanft
This podcast is intended for information and entertainment purposes only. It does not constitute therapy nor is it intended as a substitute for professional mental health or medical advice. Please seek assistance from a qualified mental health professional to obtained advise or psychological treatment which is tailored to your specific needs.
In this podcast, Justine and Gemma often share case examples from their work with clients in order to illustrate a point. Rest assured that they do not disclose any information which could identify any one person in particular. Any information or case examples given on this podcast are composite descriptions comprising different client experiences gathered over an extensive period of time. Justine and Gemma may also use material from their own lives to further illustrate a concept. Any resemblance to actual persons or actual events is purely coincidental.