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This podcast is perfect for anyone in graduate school working on a doctorate, or maybe you're thinking about going back to school. Here, we talk about graduate degrees and living very real lives. Now, I am the "APA Queen." So, yes, we will talk about the journey of tackling graduate writing successfully, but we also talk about real-world issues that sometimes make the journey feel impossible. This show will help you navigate the terrains as a doctoral student, and I share gems as an editor, ...
 
Have you ever found yourself Googling something after a client left a session? We all have. Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School aims to answer the Googlable questions we all have as both clinicians and private practice owners.Mental health care professionals know that after grad school our learning truly begins and never, ever ends. Together, let’s stay informed and up to date on anything and everything related to running a therapy practice. We go beyond theory and focus on what you nee ...
 
Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
 
Amin and Randall discuss life as graduate students in a southern metropolis. Join us as we journey through thesis papers, practicum experiences, academic feuds, and blossoming friendships. Will Amin find her prophesied husband? Will Randall find an apartment without a rat infestation? Check out our latest episode to find out!
 
A podcast for grad students, by grad students. Two applied social psychology PhD students have casual conversations about issues relevant to graduate students in psychology and beyond. This is Grad School aims to provide a place for grad students to decompress, process, and discuss the real experiences graduate students have, both positive and negative.
 
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During this episode, I talk with Yunetta Spring Smith (she/her), LPC-MHSP, NCC about how to break out of the box of what we think a therapist “should” be and step into an authentic space for attunement, prosperity, and growth. As a Therapreneur (therapist/entrepreneur) Yunetta and Jennifer share their mindset shifts and practical tips that have emp…
 
Carla Olson has played with an impressive list of musicians, and she's produced some great music on her own. She now has a new album that she put together, Americana Railroad, a collection of train songs. (Out June 17th on Renew Records.) For more information, check out Carla's website.Heidi Hedquist/Luke Poling tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Welcome back to GRADitude! Gabby is joined today by Phyziotrivia's very own, Carmen and Jouan! They each talk about their individual journey to and through PT school before getting into how they started their company! This episode is fun and packed full of great study tips! You are definitely not going to want to miss this! So, grab a friend, make …
 
In today's episode, I share three tips on having a successful summer semester and enjoying your summer. This is our first real summer since COVID, and I don't want you to miss it! However, you must have a strategy. Let's take a listen.Dr. Tonya Vetter tarafından oluşturuldu
 
During this episode, I talk with Kieran McMonagle (he/him), LMFT about gender, sexuality and helping clients and his fellow therapists grow in their understanding and openness for LGBTQIAAP+ community. Kieran shares how his lived experience and therapeutic background are helping therapist create queer and transgender affirming practices. TOPICS IN …
 
Susie Suh has always followed her inner voice. And it has taken her to some fascinating places. First walking away from a record contract with a major label, to self-releasing her work, Susie has found the place, maybe a little off the center of the road, but one where she is most comfortable. Her new album, Invisible Love, is available right now a…
 
On this episode, I speak with Jill Johnson-Young aka “The Rebellious Widow” about the importance of learning how to work effectively with grief. Jill educates about grief from both professional training and from being widowed twice. Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW is the CEO of Central Counseling Services in Riverside, California. She and her business par…
 
If you know anything at all about bootleg recordings, you know that of the earliest companies was Trade Mark of Quality. This week we talked with Ralph Sutherland and Harold Sherrick, the author's of a great, in-depth study of the label, A Pig's Tale. And if you enjoy the conversation, there's more over on our other podcast, Why? To order your copy…
 
No matter how well you think your spring is going, Maiah Wynne is having a better season than you. Her first album as part of the new group Envy of None is atop the charts around the world and she had a blast collaborating with her bandmates, one of whom is Alex Lifeson, formerly of Rush. The other two members of the group are Andy Curran and Alfio…
 
Feedback is golden! It's the fastest way to get to graduate school where you want to go. I'm sharing what you should do with the feedback in today's episode to keep the momentum. Also, I share what to do when you have not received any support from your chair. This is an episode you don't want to miss. Let's go!…
 
Simon McBride is a talented singer and guitarist who is on stage with Deep Purple right now. Simon also has a new album coming out May 27th featuring new songs and Simon's great guitar playing. For more information, you can check out Simon's website, follow him on Twitter or Facebook. And we're making a movie! To support Love is the Message (all ab…
 
In this emergency episode, I share seven important tips for how you need to take control of your program and get YOURSELF to the finish line. Remember, graduate school is a business, so your chair might not be as eager to get you done. Don't worry! I have you covered in this episode. Grab a pen and paper and look for upcoming tips on my website for…
 
It's probably easier to list the artists that saxophonist Eddie Manion hasn't played with. From Diana Ross to Tom Petty to Little Steven to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (on tour and at the Super Bowl, no less), he's played with the greats. And Eddie has a new album out, "Coastin' In," one where he revisits some of the classic songs from …
 
Research questions are absolutely the most important element of your study next to your participants and your instrument. In fact, this is what we affectionately refer to as “research alignment.” In today's episode, I share how to nail your research questions, get them approved, and move on! The goal is to get you to the finish line. Let's Go! This…
 
Rising from what remained of the great 'low rock' band Morphine, Vapors of Morphine not only continues the sound and music created by Mark Sandman & Co, but expands on it. We talked with Jeremy Lyons, the lead singer and 2 string bass player for the band about how the band has grown and changed in the years since Sandman's passing. For more informa…
 
Hello GRADitude listeners! Gabby and Sarah start out with giving a brief update about what's been going on in their lives before diving in. They then talk about easy and non-stressful ways to make money while you are in PT school (or even for when you graduate)! They go into details about why these job options are a good way for students to earn so…
 
So, you're a doctor. You did it. Great! One of the most common problems doctors have after graduation is a frustration with what to do next and how to make more money. In today's episode, I am going to help you out. I share five things that will shift your life immediately if you take action. I share how I was able to leave my full-time job in 15-m…
 
This week is a fun discussion as we talk with author/editor SW Lauden about his new book, Forbidden Beat: Perspectives of Punk Rock Drumming. It's a great talk as we cover the history of the D-beat and all sort of other lists and insights from so many of the era's best drummers. For more information, you can visit publisher Rare Birds website. You …
 
Welcome back to GRADitude's advice series!! Part 11 is dedicated to all those new grad (or soon to be new grad) PTs out there who are trying to figure out what to do as graduation season approaches. We pulled together some advice from 4 guests on previous episodes to talk about navigating that new grad life! They share some pretty amazing words of …
 
His songs have been popular with generations of listeners. Now, for the first time, Felix Cavaliere tells the fascinating story of his life, both on and off the road with folks like Jimi Hendrix, Steve Cropper and, of course, The Rascals. "Memoir of a Rascal" is available right now wherever you get your books. For more information, check out Felix'…
 
In this Sunday Service, Anna and I rant about the perplexity of an unpaid assistant adjunct professor position and what different forms of academic labour are valued at. Please leave us a review on whichever platform you listen to, follow us on twitter @gradconfessing, and if you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous lin…
 
Today's episode is one of my favorites. We dive into positioning yourself early, effectively, and purposefully as a professional. Yes! There are so many mistakes people make when they first become graduate students. So today, we're going to talk about the top three mistakes that people make when they become graduate students and how you can avoid t…
 
April March is known for music that evokes another time, and that's continued and deepened in her release In Cinerama. The album first came out last year as part of Record Store Day and quickly sold out, so this new release is in all formats, so everyone can enjoy. For more information, check out her website, or follow her on Facebook and Instagram…
 
This is a quick one, Docs! Some of you are struggling with Chapter 2 because you struggle with writing an analysis. It's okay. I have you covered in less than 5 minutes on this episode! An analysis is your opportunity to: · contextualize the information · explain the evidence for your reader · tell the reader why the evidence · explain what it mean…
 
This week we talk with Jeremy Ivey, a songrwriter and singer who makes us all look lazy. His new album Invisible Pictures, is available March 11th. It's his third record in two years. We had a great talk with Jeremy about song writing, Covid and famous quotes that may or may not be attributed to him. He's currently on tour with Mike Campbell and th…
 
Welcome back to GRADitude! Have you ever felt overwhelmed or stressed during PT school? Well, here is some good news . . . you are not alone! We have all been there before, so Gabby spends this episode talking about how to manage these feelings. She takes you through some of the techniques that have helped her and some that she wishes she would hav…
 
If you recently gotten back in school, you've probably been accused of being different since you've taken on the new audacious goal. Well, today's episode "I Haven't Changed, or Your Perception?" is just for you. In today's episode, we tackle how to approach the naysayers and how to handle the judgement that comes with becoming a professional stude…
 
When you're looking for a perfect combination of what Touring Rock Magazine called "grunge, hard rock, indie, classic metal and punk and creating the most memorable and fun alternative music we've heard in decades," you simply must turn to The Dead Deads. We talked with Daisy Dead right before the band headed out on the road with The Darkeness. For…
 
Welcome back to GRADitude's Advice Series! If you are new here, the advice series is where we feature some of the great advice that has already been shared on the podcast from several of our guests in 1 episode! Part 10 of this series focuses on 3 people who have found a way to successfully work and/or start a business during (and even before) PT s…
 
This week we're talking with Scott Sharrard, guitarist with the great Little Feat. Before joining the band, Scott served as the musical director for Gregg Allman, so you know he's got the chops. We talked about his history with the band, both as a fan first and then as a member, as well as difficult first shows to play. Little Feat starts a new tou…
 
Feeling like a fraud or imposter while in graduate school is so common, it may very well just be a rite of passage. But feeling imposter syndrome does not take away from your value as a graduate student nor the work and training you are doing. Our feelings may be real, but they do not reflect reality. In this episode, Anna and I chat about the stor…
 
Today's episode talks about cuts, bruises, and Grad School for grown folks! There are great benefits to getting support early. Today, I share three (3) reasons you want to shore up support early to get through your program with grace and less grind.Dr. Tonya Vetter tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Sarah Borges wrote and recorded her new album, Together Alone during the pandemic, and without the backing of her usual band, the Broken Singles. While dealing with all of the things we all had to deal with during the pandemic, Sarah's album also has some bright spots. (Seriously, this album is a good time and don't let us tell you otherwise.) Toge…
 
Happy Wednesday to our favorite listeners! Gabby and Sarah are back with their weekly episodes! They kick this episode off with a quick update on how 2022 has been so far before diving into the good stuff! If you just took the January NPTE, then you already know results were posted recently. And before you read any further, we here at GRADitude jus…
 
In this Twitch livestream, Anna and I rant about the issues surrounding credibility and establishing legitimacy with titles in Academia. Catch our Sunday Service livestream every other Sunday at twitch.tv/gradschoolconfessional or anytime on YouTube, and follow us on Twitter @gradconfessing.
 
Happy [Early] Valentine's Day! Blk + in Grad School is returning with the grad school love story. Meet Dr. & Dr. Grimes two love-birds who met in graduate school. In this week's episode, they share their paths to the doctorate degree and then to each other. It's a love story like no other as they managed to both finish and defend their dissertation…
 
"Ghost Stories" by The Whitmore Sisters may be their first album, but Bonnie and Eleanor Whitmore have been making music together all their life. The new album is a celebration of some of the most influential people on their lives and a look at how those who have left us are still with us in some fashion. "Ghost Stories" is available right now, whe…
 
Hello GRADitude Listeners! Gabby is joined by Kelly Alhooie this episode and it is so good! Kelly takes us through her journey to PT, her time in PT school, her first job, her thoughts on residency programs after school, and how she started her own business. She has so many tips and tricks to share about all things PT related. If you were looking f…
 
Dating and romantic relationships are undoubtedly important. But when combined with the stress and demands of grad school, a partner can be both a welcome blessing of relief and a curse of interpersonal conflict. Combined with a global pandemic, and you would be hard-pressed to want to date at all. In this episode, Anna and I chat about the stories…
 
In today's episode, I answer my three (3) top questions over the last 3 months. 1. How many days do I need to give my chair to respond to my emails and provide feedback before reporting them to the dean? 2. When should I start writing my first chapter? 3. What should I do if I no longer have access to the population I originally designed my study f…
 
Eric Gales is a guitar maestro, but on his new album, Crown, he's also focusing on his singing. With a solo named the best guitar solo of 2021, Gales is thrilled with the response to the record. We talked with Eric, in the midst of preparing for his upcoming tour. For more information, you can check out his website, or you can follow him on Faceboo…
 
In this Twitch livestream, Anna and I rant about the overreliance on metrics and quantifiability of academics and how these undermine the development of both good science and good scientists. Catch our Sunday Service livestream every other Sunday at twitch.tv/gradschoolconfessional or anytime on YouTube, and follow us on Twitter @gradconfessing.…
 
In today's episode, I share five (5) tips that will help some of you plan the data collection process while we're still battling Covid restrictions. Keep it simple. Think accessibility. How can you get to your participants? When can you get to them? What will be best, safe, and convenient for all?Dr. Tonya Vetter tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Meet Latoya! She’s a mom, manuscript editor, and recently finished her MA in Humanities. In 2020, she retired from the military then started her graduate program. Juggling her own classes, homeschooling, and her business Latoya realized she needed more support to get to and through her grad school journey. She joined The Scholar Circle (TSC) in 202…
 
Welcome back GRADitude listeners!! Gabby is joined by Nate to talk about his story. Nate tells his story of finding a passion for PT, applying for PT school, starting his podcast editing business, and deciding where his true passions lie. Nate shares so much wisdom and drops some hard truths we haven't heard before on the podcast. We promise that y…
 
Nash Kato and King Roeser are back with a new Urge Overkill album- the first in 10 years. Oui is classic UO... so much so, you'd be mistaken for thinking you'd return to Guyville. Oui is available February 11th from Omnivore Recordings. For more information, check out the UO website.Heidi Hedquist/Luke Poling tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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