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Julia Sadusky

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Ep. 8: Approaching Gender with Justice, Mercy, and Humility - A Special Feature with Dr. Julia Sadusky


Clinical psychologist and Denver Seminary adjunct professor Dr. Julia Sadusky joins Robert and Jeff to lead the difficult conversation of navigating gender identity from a Christian worldview.  Dr. Sadusky is a research fellow of the Sexual & Gender Identity Institute in Wheaton, IL, and serves as an adviser to Preston Sprinkle's Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender.  She earned her doctorate from Regent University, and her undergraduate degree from Ave Maria University. For the book Emerging Gender Identities by Dr. Sadusky with Dr. Mark Yarhouse, click here. For more from Dr. Sadusky, visit her website at www.juliasadusky.com. Recommended APA citation example: Mazzone, J. T., & Switala, R. P. (Producers). (2021, February 8). Ep. 8: Approaching gender with justice, mercy, and humility - A special feature with Dr. Julia Sadusky [Audio podcast episode]. In RENAR Voice. Rho Eta Nu Alpha Rho of Chi Sigma Iota, Liberty University.


8 Feb 2021

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S2E8 | Dr. Julia Sadusky on Depression and Anxiety (w/ Josh)

Life on Side B

We are going to go to a weekly release of episodes for a time while we are all in shelter in place. Today, Dr. Julia Sadusky is back with us and is talking with me about depression and anxiety. Many of us deal with depression and anxiety on a normal basis and now with a global pandemic, those issues can be magnified. We also talk about managing relationships with our family and roommates as emotions run high.  If you want to contact Dr. Julia Sadusky, you can email her at drsadusky@gmail.com.


6 Apr 2020

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#014: Psychologist: How to Handle Fear and Anxiety During a Crisis (Like the Coronavirus) | Dr. Julia Sadusky, PsyD

Restored: Helping Children of Divorce

The Coronavirus is causing a lot of panic. There's so much fear, anxiety, and uncertainty going around. So, how do we deal with all of that during a crisis? Dr. Julia Sadusky shows us how. Shownotes | RestoredMinistry.com/14


17 Mar 2020

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#013: Why We Repeat Our Parents' Mistakes and How to Avoid It | Dr. Julia Sadusky, PsyD

Restored: Helping Children of Divorce

Most of us with separated or divorced parents are afraid of getting divorced or repeating our parents’ mistakes. We want to avoid the bad behavior we saw in our families and our parents’ marriages, but we don’t know how to do that.If you can relate, listen to this episode. Dr. Julia Sadusky answers to these questions and more:Why do we repeat the bad behavior we saw in our families growing up?Why does someone from a dysfunctional family often become bored with “normal” in life and relationships?How can we avoid repeating those bad behaviors and break the cycle of divorce?Also, a special note for any parents listening in this episode.Shownotes* | https://restoredministry.com/13*Joey made a mistake during the episode and said "12" instead of "13". Sorry!

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7 Mar 2020

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#012: Counseling: How It Works and Why It Helps | Dr. Julia Sadusky, PsyD

Restored: Helping Children of Divorce

Counseling is a tool for healing. But how does it work? And will it actually help me?We answer those questions and much more in this episode:How many sessions do you need to start feeling better?The #1 factor that determines whether counseling works or notHow to find the right counselor for youQuestions to ask a counselor before you commitHow to make the most of itShownotes | https://restoredministry.com/12


5 Mar 2020

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S2E4 | Dr. Julia Sadusky on Mental Health and Loneliness (w/ Mary)

Life on Side B

On this episode, Mary is interviewing Dr. Julia Sadusky on mental health and loneliness. Dr. Sadusky has worked with Mark Yarhouse on multiple books and projects related to sexual orientation and gender identity. She did her disseration on loneliness in the lives of celibate gay Christians. Dr. Sadusky is sharing with us some of the results of her work as well as advice for Side B Christians who want to improve their mental health.  If you want to contact Dr. Julia Sadusky, you can email her at drsadusky@gmail.com. Publications mentioned in the episode: The summary of Dr. Sadusky's dissertation research on Spiritual Friendships can be found here. "Approaching Gender Dysphoria" (Grove Ethics) can be purchased on Amazon here. "Understanding Transgender Identities: Four Views" (Baker Academic) can be purchased on Amazon here. "A Christian View of Sex Reassignment Surgery and Hormone Therapy” (The Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender) - https://centerforfaith.com/blog/how-should-christians-respond-to-sex-reassignment-surgery-and-hormone-therapy Her upcoming book, "Emerging Gender Identities", releases August 18th, 2020. You can purchase it at here. As discussed in the episode, if you are having suicidal thoughts, make sure to contact your therapist or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255) or the Trevor Project (866-488-7386).  Here is a list of some LGBT+ Side B friendly counseling services that might be helpful for anyone single or married in need of counseling. As we said in the episode, make sure you find a counselor that is right for you and that you feel comfortable with.  Global Counseling Network - www.globalcounselingnetwork.com New Hope Counseling Center - www.newhopecounseling.com Hopewell Counseling - www.hopewellmin.org Arrow Advising - www.arrowheadadvising.com Henegar Counseling Center - henegarcc.com E91 Counseling Center - https://www.east91st.org/ministries/counseling/ Caring Well Counseling - https://caringwell.net/


17 Feb 2020