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Marcus Earle

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Systems Thinking and "Care-fronting" with Dr. Marcus Earle, Ph.D and Dr. Ralph Earle, Ph.D

The Mind of A Therapist

Dr. Marcus Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.  He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist.  He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/mentoring other professionals, and working therapeutically with individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Ralph Earle is a noted Family Therapist, Psychologist, author and lecturer. He is past national president of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is an approved supervisor for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.  He is a national authority on sexual addiction with over 50 years experience working on sexual problems and works extensively with sex offenders.  Lastly, Dr. Earle is the founder and president of psychological counseling services.   https://pcsintensive.com/

51mins

8 Jan 2021

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Intensive Therapy with Dr. Marcus Earle

Blind Spots: Exploring What We Cannot See

Dr. Chantelle Thomas talks to Dr. Marcus Earle about a unique intensive approach to therapy, blind spots therapists might deal with in their personal lives, and opportunities for growth in the time of COVID. Dr. Marcus Earle, Clinical Director of Psychological Counseling Services in Scottsdale, AZ: https://pcsintensive.com/therapist/marcus-earle/ Dr. Chantelle Thomas, Executive Clinical Director Windrose Recovery: https://windroserecovery.com/ The Mind of a Therapist Podcast with Andrew Earle: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mind-of-a-therapist/id1500333162 Dare to Be Average by Ken Welles: https://www.amazon.com/Dare-Be-Average-Brilliance-Commonplace/dp/0578634600

1hr 9mins

13 Oct 2020

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Words of Wisdom for new Practitioners with Dr. Marcus Earle, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB

The Mind of A Therapist

Dr. Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.  He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist.  He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/mentoring other professionals, and working therapeutically with individuals, couples, and families. pcsintensive.com

18mins

2 Sep 2020

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Six Months of Therapy in One Week with Dr. Marcus Earle | PoP 470

The Practice of the Practice Podcast | Innovative Ideas to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice

What is a super-intensive? Is this something that you could implement in your practice? How can working with a team of therapists better your... The post Six Months of Therapy in One Week with Dr. Marcus Earle | PoP 470 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.

39mins

9 Jul 2020

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Powerlessness & Letting Others in with Marcus Earle, Ph.D., LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB

The Mind of A Therapist

Dr. Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.  He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist.  He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/mentoring other professionals, and working therapeutically with individuals, couples, and families. pcsintensive.com

41mins

10 Jun 2020

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Couple and Family Relationships Amidst Physical Distancing with Marcus Earle, Ph.D., LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB

The Mind of A Therapist

Marcus provides ideas for navigating the change and conflict that has accompanied physical distancing mandates. He discusses how our experiences in intimate relationships provide an opportunity for learning. Marcus elaborates on the effects of this learning posture in his familial relationships and the fact that although there are "misses" in relationships, this is only one aspect families or couples. Lastly, Marcus talks about relationships with adult children. For COVID-19 resources, blog, and more visit: https://pcsintensive.com/. For the book Dare to be Average by Ken Wells mentioned in the podcast visit: https://pcsintensive.com/pcs-library/. 

25mins

20 May 2020

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The Teletherapy Intensive at PCS with Dr. Marcus Earle, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB

The Mind of A Therapist

Dr. Earle talks about his experience and the experience that clients have had with teletherapy. Dr. Earle explains how the PCS intensive has transitioned to teletherapy. He suggests that the use of creativity in relationships and in general amidst COVID-19 can be a useful tool. Lastly, he talks about the Zoom platform and the confidential space it provides at PCS. Visit pcsintensive.com for more information on the intensive model and other helpful mental health resources.

15mins

27 Apr 2020

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The Mind of A Therapist Introductory Interview with Marcus Earle, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB

The Mind of A Therapist

Dr. Earle and Andrew talk about their visions for the podcast.  The conversation touches on their goals of connecting the public with experts in mental health.  Additionally, Marcus touches on striving to answer people's questions about therapy and the problems they face.  This episode also touches on the hopes that this podcast could provide learning opportunities for practitioners and clinicians.  This podcast hopes to provide people with different ideas around approaching the problems of anxiety, shame, depression, and relational difficulties in their lives are discussed.  A value that underlies Psychological Counseling Services is the idea that we are better together.  This collective approach often supports folks in the development of strengths in their lives and we hope that the conversations in these episodes will encourage people to develop solutions to the problems they face. Lastly, the interview touches on the goal of normalizing human problems and consulting counselors in dealing with these problems. This podcast is supported by Psychological Counseling Services (look into our intensive at PCSintensive.com).  If you have any questions, please contact us at themindofatherapist@gmail.com, these questions will be kept anonymous. This podcast was created to provide accurate and authoritative information on the subject matter.  Although we are interviewing licensed therapists, they are not your therapists. This podcast is not intended to serve as direct medical advice and should not be used as a substitute for direct professional help.  It is given with the understanding that neither the host, publisher, guests, or PCS are rendering legal, clinical, or other professional information. If you need a professional, we encourage you to find one. Visit psychologytoday.com to connect with a licensed clinician near you.    

15mins

19 Feb 2020