Unstuck...the podcast where we have conversations about areas in our lives where we may have been or are stuck whether that is relationally, mentally, emotionally and/or spiritually. Hosted by Dr. Emily Stone, licensed marriage and family therapist.
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Where Dr. Stone and Unstuck Clinicians have been quoted or in the news...
HigherEd Jobs--Suicide Awareness: How to Help
HigherEd Jobs-- You Deserve Good Self-Care
The Every Girl: Anxious About Reopening? Same. I Asked Experts How to Cope
Popsugar: Put Pen to Paper with 24 Mental Health Journaling Prompts, Because Starting is the Hardest Part
Go Banking Rates: 10 Tips for Dealing with Income Inequality in Your Relationship
Wealthy Single Mommy: 5 Signs of an unhappy or toxic marriage (and how to save it)
Sleep.Com: Sleep Affirmations for the LGBTQ Community
UpJourney: How to Deal with Being an Empathy
Health: The 5 Types of Grief: What They Are and What They Feel Like According to the Experts
Healthline: Sex as a Highly Sensitive Person
HerCampus: Learning to Listen-How to Become a Better Ally to Marginalized Groups
Lulus: Coping with Mother's Day Grief
KWTX: On the Texas bill banning certain medical treatments for transgender kids
Live Sozy-- Reclaiming the Man-Made Myth: What is Sexual Empowerment?
10 Tips for Dealing with Income Inequality in Your Relationship
Fatherly: 9 couples Therapy Exercises That Should Be In Your Repertoire
Live Sozy: 9 Designs Tips for a Sexy Bedroom that Will Create Magic
At Unstuck we are book lovers. We also love our local library and community book shops.
We always link to bookstores local to the areas where we currently serve clients.
We hope you will support your local library and bookstores!
When Parents Hurt offers constructive and
compassionate help to parents estranged
from their adult children.
Rage Becomes Her offers a social, cultural, and
relational at society's treatment of Women's
anger. It is affirming of female rage and the
gifts it brings to society and relationships.
Leaving the Fold offers a compassionate, deep, practical
guide to those journeying away from a life grounded
within a community that is rooted in fundamentalism.
Dr. Marlene Winnell, a psychologist who grew up as a
child of missionaries, poignantly gets at the deep
wounds left within the heart and mind of a person
steeped in sharp, pervasive ways of thinking
perpetuated in this culture. Not anti-church or
religion, but anti-damaging fundamentalism.