A Therapist Walks Into a Bar

A Therapist Walks Into a Bar

Published by: Lily Sloane
26 Episodes | First Released: Jan 18 '16
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Larispie
Jan 15 '19
Rating:   8
Very organic feel

If you can get over the extreme gnarly vocal fry, this is a good and unique podcast. It feels fresh and has a natural homespun quality to it that I like. Very hard on the ears though, as Lily patterns her voice on the Kardashian clan et al.

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Foyflow
Jun 1 '18
Rating:   10
Lily gets to what matters to me

Informative, insightful AND entertaining. Lily deftly captures what truly matters to me. Her choice of guests: how does she find that JUST right person e-v-e-r-y time?

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Eli428
May 14 '18
Rating:   10
Blown away

This episode gave me such an insight to the pain in the LGBTQ community. As my brother is Gay I always seemed to tiptoe around his sexuality but today I reached out to him and apologized for my behavior and for that of my families. And that sweet kid responded with such kind words. Thanks you for such an amazing episode. In love with your show!!!

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collagehead
Mar 24 '18
Rating:   10
“Seeing White” is Timely and Urgent!

The podcast series “Seeing White,” is an open, honest, probing and vitally important look at what it means to be white in America yesterday and today. It demonstrates in clear, well paced ways how privilege—and the lack of privilege if you are a person of color—is built into the fabric of our society, with laws, institutions and systems of oppression that promote and sustain inequity and deeply rooted bais. “Seeing White” unpacks a pervasively hidden history (as compared to when I was in grade school growing up in the 60s and 70s) that needs to be explored by all Americans and put at the forefront of conversations everywhere—from our schools and universities, to our own kitchen tables. Now is the time for white people to own our past and to forge a better future by doing the work of dismantling our own inhumanity and systemic prejudices which are so clearly outlined by this series. As a teacher myself, I am building the “Seeing White” podcasts into my curriculum and structuring my course requirements around the series. I hope you will find a way to make it real for your community as well.

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Diana-k9
Mar 12 '18
Rating:   10
Looking for a new podcast to binge listen to?

I go on kicks binge listening to various podcasts. This is my first one having to do with therapy and self help. A very unique perspective that will make you wish there were more episodes!

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Logan83619
Mar 5 '18
Rating:   10
Expansive and Magical

This show is beautiful in ways I struggle to describe. It’s warm, moving, difficult, and bent on making us better as people towards ourselves and others

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Red_riley
Dec 16 '17
Rating:   10
Best Podcast!!

I love this podcast!I just moved from the big city of chicago to a much smaller more conservative community in the south..... and I was feeling really lonely and needed a community and some thing to feel apart of this pod cast has really captured a free and great place for one to learn and grow about the things happeneing in the world around you.. even some times when you dont have many people to connect with on "senstive issues". It also is encrouaging to get out there and not be affraid to ask questions and talk to people from many different backgrounds. Thank you Lily ! give this a listen!!!

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SB.MFT
Oct 6 '17
Rating:   10
Unique, meaningful, interesting and fun(ny)

Lily takes on current events in the world as well as issues that arise on the therapy couch and does an amazingly thorough job of looking at the topics from many sides. Her artistic and creative side shines through the podcasts in addition to her skills as a psychotherapist. Always looking forward to the next episode.

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adamjvogt
Aug 9 '17
Rating:   10
Thank you for uncovering my ingnorance.

A listener walks into a conscious podcast.

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ms.fancy-pants
Jul 13 '17
Rating:   10
I love it

I love how this podcast seems so light and fun sometimes and then gets down to some deep sht. So fun and thought-provoking.

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