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27 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harriet Lerner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harriet Lerner, often where they are interviewed.

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27 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harriet Lerner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harriet Lerner, often where they are interviewed.

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Harriet Lerner and Brené - I’m Sorry: How To Apologize & Why It Matters, Part 2 of 2

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown
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This two-episode special is based on a course that Dr. Harriet Lerner and I did together on her groundbreaking book, “Why Won’t You Apologize?: Healing Big Betrayals and Everyday Hurts.” You can expect authentic, hard conversations (and one helluva role play) about making mistakes, healing hurts, and being brave. Harriet is a friend, mentor, and teacher. Her work has shaped my career and made my life better. During a time of deep uncertainty and anxiety - when many of us have struggled to be our best selves all of the time - apologizing has never been more important.

May 08 2020

1hr 16mins

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Harriet Lerner and Brené - I’m Sorry: How To Apologize & Why It Matters, Part 1 of 2

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown
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This two-episode special is based on a course that Dr. Harriet Lerner and I did together on her groundbreaking book, “Why Won’t You Apologize?: Healing Big Betrayals and Everyday Hurts.” You can expect authentic, hard conversations (and one helluva role play) about making mistakes, healing hurts, and being brave. Harriet is a friend, mentor, and teacher. Her work has shaped my career and made my life better. During a time of deep uncertainty and anxiety - when many of us have struggled to be our best selves all of the time - apologizing has never been more important. (

May 06 2020

1hr 12mins

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Book Review of "The Dance Of Connection" by Harriet Lerner Ph.D. - Ep 292

Finding You: An Evoke Therapy Podcast
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Dr. Reedy give a fave review to Harriet Lerner's Dance of Connection. He summarizes many key points and tools and touts the book as a wonderful invitation to be your "highest self" and be kind to yourself along the way. He talks about how connection starts with Self work and boundaries.

Feb 12 2020

1hr 12mins

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Harriet Lerner PhD: Anger, The Road to YOU [Wisdom Wed]

How She Really Does It
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Anger. You probably sometimes find yourself getting angry about work, relationships, or circumstances. It’s a powerful emotion, but is your anger effective at creating lasting change? Do you work hard trying to diminish your anger? 

Tune in to hear Harriet give us insight about our anger and how it can help our lives. We discuss how anger can be used effectively versus how it can be dysfunctional. Hint: ignoring anger or venting anger will not identify and address the underlying problems from which anger stems.

Get full show notes and more information here: [https://howshereallydoesit.com/podcast/harriert-lerner-anger-ww/]

Jul 17 2019

55mins

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Episode 123: The Forgiveness Controversy with Dr. Harriet Lerner

Phoenix Helix: Autoimmune Health
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There’s some compelling research that suggests the inability to forgive leads to negative health consequences, and the practice of forgiveness can have health benefits. When it comes to small injustices, this seems relatively easy to do. But what if you have experienced something that you find unforgiveable? Is forgiveness a requirement for healing? The pressure to forgive can feel like getting re-victimized all over again. In this podcast, we take a deep look at this topic. My guest is clinical psychologist and bestselling author, Dr. Harriet Lerner.

May 31 2019

1hr 2mins

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The Mother's Day Revue- Part 1 of a three-part podcast special celebrating motherhood with Harriet Lerner, Ph.D. and more special guests.

Julie in Conversation
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Favourite bits and brand new hits from the series #Motherhood #LetsCreateAVillage with host Julie Cusmariu. In Part 1, Celebrated author, and one of the most respected voices in the psychology of women, Harriet Lerner, Ph.D. returns to the conversation to talk about creating and maintaining healthy relationships when kids are in the picture. Other highlights include wisdom shared from Sheryl Paul, Madonna Maher, Dr. Christine Carter, Anna Seewald and Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. Listen all the way through to benefit from all the helpful tips and deep insights shared on relationships, the keys to happiness, the transitions we experience through motherhood and more.

Show notes:

What you will find in the podcast and when:

Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.: Begins at *11:40 *
A conversation on creating a healthy relationship when kids are in the picture. Great practical tips and so much deep insight.
The Mother Dance
The Dance of Anger
Why Won't You Apologize
www.HarrietLerner.com

Sheryl Paul: *46:28 * " I'm sure you've seen with your kids, with each notch of their own independence, you gain a little piece of your own self back."
www.Conscious-Transitions.com

Madonna Maher: 56 mins. On fulfilling the unmet needs of our child self..." We have to start really mothering ourselves."

Anna Seewald, M.E.D, parenting educator, psychologist, speaker
*59 mins*
"Try to seek positive experiences in your day, in your life, there are many. They don't have to be level 10. They can be ordinary experiences." "Try to absorb goodness. In order to change our mind we need to experience those experiences for 12 seconds longer..."
www.AuthenticParenting.com

Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, NY city based Clinical Psychologist
*1:08:18
Dr. Elizabeth Cohen walks Julie through a relatable parenting moment. Related to shifting gears, changing hats from being at home to being at work. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen also shared about her personal journey through Divorce to being in a healthy loving relationship and how she helps clients heal through divorce and live radiant  lives.
www.DrElizabethCohen.com

Dr. Christine Carter, Author, Sociologist, Happiness Expert
*1:39:50
Latest scientific research on productivity and happiness.
She shares the key to happiness and insight into her Ted talk: The Power of Truth Telling

If you are gaining benefit from these conversations, consider helping to keep this podcast going, improving and reaching far and wide. You can donate once or monthly.
here on my web site with the donation button (scroll a little bit ) www.JulieinConversation.com or on my Patreon page. www.Patreon.com/JulieinConversation. Thank you, thank you.

Here's to celebrating you. Cheers.

For more episodes visit www.JulieinConversation.com

May 08 2019

1hr 52mins

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Healthy Boundaries based on "The Dance of Anger" by Harriet Lerner - Ep 205

Finding You: An Evoke Therapy Podcast
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Dr. Reedy reviews The Dance of Anger and what it can teach us about boundaries. He talks about how boundaries are hard work and how we use threats, nagging, lecturing, and all other sorts of behaviors in parenting instead of setting boundaries. He also talks about how setting healthy boundaries is akin to developing and modeling a healthy sense of self and helps to foster that development in our children.

Sep 27 2018

59mins

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Moving On, Part 2 — With Dr. Harriet Lerner

Dear Sugars
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In this second part of our series on moving on, the Sugars discuss how we can release ourselves from our past mistakes. Dr. Harriet Lerner drops in to answer a letter from a woman who calls herself a "serial codependent," as well as a woman who is haunted by her abortion.

Aug 25 2018

43mins

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The Spark 022: The Art of An Authentic Apology with Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.

The Spark With Stephanie James
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How do we say “I’m sorry?” A true apology goes beyond words and includes our behavior, and our ability to express empathy and connect with one another.

There actually is an art to apology; a way we can own our own behavior and express our apologies in ways that go beyond just remedy the situation, they actually help us heal one another.

Join us for this episode of The Spark, where our guest will be psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Harriet Lerner, Ph.D., as she teaches us the subtleties of the art of speaking an authentic apology and helps us define a new framework for forgiveness.

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Hosted by Stephanie James. Produced by Chris Lanphear for NoCo Media, Ltd.

Hear new episodes Wednesdays at 9pm Eastern/7pm Mountain on NoCo FM: https://noco.fm

Listen to us on the RadioPublic app: https://www.thesparkpod.com/pod/radiopublic

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Jul 18 2018

1hr 3mins

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Harriet Lerner: ...how profoundly important a heartfelt apology is

Nobody Told Me!
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Have you ever found it tough to say, “I’m sorry”? Have you ever longed for someone to apologize to you? If so, you’ll want to hear what our guest, Dr. Harriet Lerner has to say about apologies and why they can be so important in our relationships.  Harriet is a well-known psychologist -- one of the nation's most loved and respected relationship experts -- and the author of the New York Times bestseller, "The Dance of Anger".  Her latest book is called “Why Won’t You Apologize?...healing big betrayals and everyday hurts”.


You can learn about Harriet by checking out her website at https://www.harrietlerner.com/.

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May 23 2018

35mins

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