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I believe that you have the ability to overcome whatever holds you back. You can truly Fix Yourself using simple tools that are available to everyone. I am a professional psychologist with a private practice based in Denver, Colorado, where I treat adults suffering from issues that range from PTSD and depression to anxiety, obesity, and marital problems.
 
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Over the last three years, Fix Yourself has grown and changed. It started with me sitting alone with my microphone, nervously reading a script, to having authors, speakers and coaches grace me with interviews. People send me lovely emails about how they related to one topic or another. I’ve had over 10,000 downloads, which puts my low budget podcas…
 
This week’s podcast guest, Adam Shaeuble, came along at the perfect time to address these issues. His story of transformation is rare, given that he lost over a 100 pounds and has kept the weight off. In doing so, Adam became passionate about helping others lose weight. He also got deep into the Keto lifestyle. We discuss how to make losing weight …
 
Change is hard work. We are creatures of habit, so it helps to know some basic things before you try to change your life in significant ways. This week’s podcast is about making change the right way. Listen in if you want to know some tips for creating real change in your life.
 
Do you know your “why?” At the end of the day, do you feel a sense of satisfaction? If not, I’m happy to help you look at your life in a new way so that you never feel like I do when I’m on social media—like I’m wasting time. This week I did a quick solo podcast on using PACE to assess your current level of happiness. Spoiler alert, mine was way of…
 
This week, I did a solo podcast all about a topic I love: energy and the optimal level of arousal. We all want to live with the right amount of energy, or “arousal.” Too much and we are hopped up, anxious and jittery. Too little and we are lethargic or depressed. This rambling podcast will give you tips on getting into the arousal zone we all want …
 
My guest this week personifies someone who had a vision for the future and then had every expectation crushed by medical hardships. Over the course of his college years, Kawan suffered from a stroke and underwent three brain surgeries to correct a malformation. The surgeries, with their pain and difficult rehabilitation, led to addiction and severe…
 
This week, I'm talking all about getting rid of limiting beliefs. We all have them, but we don’t always realize that they are holding us back. People limit themselves, based on bogus beliefs, only to discover how amazing they feel when they stop with the sh*tty limitations, and I want to give you the tools to help you get there.…
 
How do you pivot when life throws you a curve ball? My podcast guest this week, Jimmy Grant, aka Rosedriive, is a producer and DJ with a huge following and millions of downloads. Our discussion will touch on the interaction between habit formation and creating new identities. For example, you develop a fitness identity by working out each day; a ti…
 
This week’s guest on Fix Yourself is the perfect women to calm us all down and give us perspective. Casey O’Roarty is a certified Positive Discipline Trainer with a giant community of parents seeking personal growth and development. Two of my favorite topics that Casey covered were seeing parenting through the lens of connection and using curiosity…
 
My guest today, Chris Ross, is an uber successful entrepreneur and business owner who teaches corporations how to be more successful; especially how to sell. The overarching theme of this deep conversation is that struggle often leads us to our greatest strengths. Chris was willing to dive into his “why” openly and with great insight. His message w…
 
My podcast guest this week, Rico Racosky, is perfect for helping us creative meaningful change. He is a former fighter pilot, author and habit coach who teaches people about the binary nature of the way our brains make decisions. Our podcast highlights a crucial element of resolutions and goals. When it comes down to it, Rico explains, there truly …
 
This week I’m chatting with former NFL football star, Anthony Trucks. He is an international public speaker, best-selling author, coach and the host of the Aww Shift Podcast. After an injury, he had to find a new identity in life, and I love his story because it is proof that no matter where you start, you have the power to create a success story. …
 
I recorded a short podcast on my gratitude; gratitude about this bizarre and amazing year and my new course on Teachable. I have been working hard for months to create a new course on happiness, health and empowerment. My hope is that the course has the same impact; that someone who needs it will change their life and pass the happiness on. I’m lea…
 
This week’s podcast guest, Kevin Barhydt, is an author, actor and mentor, who created his own YouTube community to dive into three important topics: adoption, addiction and sexual abuse. If your first reaction is anything like mine, you might be tempted to stay away from such a heavy discussion in 2020. We all have a lot on our plates right now! Ho…
 
My guest this week, Aaron Golub, has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NPR, CBS, The New York Times, and ABC’s Good Morning America. He achieved fame by becoming the first legally blind athlete to play Division 1 football for Tulane University. Aaron offers us a path to reaching our own dreams, whatever they are. He discusses how to make y…
 
This week, I chat with Matthew Confer, who breaks down how to make better decisions in three easy steps. Challenge the Constraints Embrace a Pre-Mortem Check the Basic Matthew talks about other techniques for making decisions, like the method used by Walt Disney, who liked to address decisions from three perspectives; the dreamer, the realist and t…
 
In this week’s episode of Fix Yourself, Dan Blank and I discuss using clarity cards to get clear on where you want to put your energy. While Dan usually focuses on creative energy, I started to see the potential of these cards to be used in a broader way. Perhaps they could help us create a roadmap to guide us through this challenging time. In the …
 
My podcast guest this week, Dr. Manuel Astruc, is an expert on burnout. A psychiatrist and coach with over 50,000 client hours, Dr. Astruc explains the three components that create burnout: a sense of exhaustion, a cynical attitude, and feeling that you are no longer effective at your work. Sounds a lot like everyone in 2020! Listen in for more inf…
 
On this episode of "Fix Yourself", health psychologist, author, and Stanford professor, Dr. Kelly McGonigal, joins me to talk about her latest book, The Joy Of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection, and Courage, and how by moving our bodies, we simply become the best versions of ourselves.…
 
My first guest for Season 3 of my Fix Yourself Podcast, Susan Hyatt, has some answers to share on the topic of diet culture! Listen to our discussion on my podcast to understand how to become a person who takes “exceptional care” of yourself. Susan and I will discuss the steps involved in the 7-week program which include: Clean up Your Environment …
 
Millions of white people are finally sitting with the truth of our white privilege. We are encouraged to have difficult conversations with black people as part of our education. This week, I decided to have that conversation with a close friend of mine. In this week’s podcast, I have a deep conversation about race with Daniel Ward. You will hear on…
 
If you are feeling lost as a parent, or need some advice on how to get through this tumultuous time, I hope you listen in to my conversation with early childhood development expert Karen Lock Kolp. Karen’s take on how to handle life as a parent right now is empowering and calming. She uses “compassionate empathy” amongst other tools to help kids an…
 
I have become increasingly aware at how judgmental we are becoming. This is truly a country divided, and things just keep getting worse. Because I am someone who wants to be involved in the solution, not the problem, I recorded a podcast on judgment versus empathy and how Dolly Parton lives in a way that could save this country. I hope you’ll liste…
 
This week’s guest could not have come at a better time. Dr. Jill Stoddard, author of, Be Mighty—A Woman’s Guide to Liberation from Anxiety, Worry & Stress Using Mindfulness and Acceptance, is a psychologist who specializes in anxiety. Her book is a wonderful tool for any of the estimated 264 million people worldwide who will suffer from anxiety dis…
 
This week’s podcast will blow your mind. When my guest Brian Bogert was seven years old, a truck drove over him, ripping his arm off his body. Years of painful surgeries and physical therapy followed. He is now a coach and speaker who teaches people to approach their pain in order to avoid suffering. If you are someone who is worried that you will …
 
I am noticing a huge theme in my private practice this week. People are talking about loss of control and feelings of helplessness. It makes sense since we are all at the mercy of a virus we don’t fully know or understand. We do know that it is wreaking havoc on our lives. It seems like a good time to discuss empowerment as a means of taking back s…
 
Almost every family I know has been affected by alcohol and drug addiction in some way. My own life was changed forever by my 13 year marriage to a man who suffered with opiate addiction. Despite not being an addict, I lost almost everything because of addiction. Today I interview author Andrew Man, whose book Such Unfortunates recounts his experie…
 
In this week’s podcast I go into depth about lots of specific tools that I use to help couples deal with conflict. As a psychologist who treats lots of couples, my hope is to give some basic tools to help each and every one of us deal with our feelings and stress in a more appropriate way that will create much less conflict.…
 
So many people have asked me questions about how to deal with problems related to Covid-19. Some are dealing with the transition of having lots of free time, but no income coming in. People in quarantine are depressed, stressed out and angry. Couples are having different responses to the Pandemic, leading to conflict. With all the psychological iss…
 
Why do we resist things we actually want to do? Why do we resist things we know would make us look and feel better? And, what information can we learn if we are willing to look at and listen to the resistance? In this week’s podcast, I take a deep dive into the biological and psychological reasons behind resistance.…
 
This week’s podcast is with author, blogger and podcaster, Nancy Davis Kho. Nancy’s book, The Thank-You Project, Cultivating Happiness One Letter of Gratitude at a Time, was released in December and has received amazing reviews. The book details her year of writing 50 thank-you letters, how to do your own thank-you project and the research behind g…
 
This week I’m celebrating my 50th Podcast! I recently had a huge epiphany about reaching goals. Too often, we focus on planning and habit change without spending enough time thinking about our commitment to the goal. I have come to believe that it is impossible to reach a goal without being ALL IN! You must be willing to bet the farm that you will …
 
Let me ask a simple question? How would you feel if I asked you to give up all sugar, flour and caffeine? Did I mention that alcohol is part of the sugar family? This week’s podcast guest, Michael Collins, asks people to do this all this time as part of his sugar detox program. Why? Because the research on sugar is showing it to be responsible for …
 
This week’s podcast is all about Diets: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! It’s a perfect time of year to discuss dieting since lots of us are trying to lose the few pounds we put on over the holidays. Did the extra cocktails, wine and desserts cause you to creep up in size? It certainly did for me. As I made my plan for getting back to a healthier pl…
 
In this week’s podcast, I reflect on the past year. I had a big aha moment recently, when I realized that I have been exhausted. As I assessed why, I learned something big about myself. I have a tendency to think I’m adding pleasure to my life, when I’m actually adding more accomplishment. Taking on too many things, no matter how exciting they are,…
 
There is an unspoken belief in our culture about wealth. There is a belief that wealth is the answer to all our problems. We could be happier if we had more money. All the psychological research has consistently shown that money doesn’t make you happier, unless you are living in poverty. However, I don’t think most of us believe it. In this episode…
 
Connection is imperative for real happiness. What are we here for if not to have quality relationships with other people? Most of the psychological research supports the idea that being cared about and connected to others creates happiness and even longevity. We all know connection is important, but lots of people don’t have enough. Loneliness is a…
 
I want to address a topic that stresses a lot of people out this time of year, gaining weight around the holidays. It might seem impossible to go out more and enjoy yourself, without overindulging. However, for years I have been using four simple tricks to avoid gaining holiday weight. Only one of my four tips involves food, and it isn’t about rest…
 
This week’s podcast is all about food culture in America and France. There is a huge difference! One thing I’ve noticed about Paris is, despite being a culture of food, wine, cheese and bread, the people here do not struggle with weight as much as we do in the states. I interview Amy Feezor, an American writer living in Paris who is married to a Fr…
 
Last year I completed a gratitude project where I wrote a thank-you letter every day for 100 days. It was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever done. Last week, I decided to write another gratitude letter. I had been out running, trying to think of ways to inspire more people to exercise in nature. Running has has changed my life in numerous way…
 
When I talk to people about the four areas of life I believe are crucial for happiness, accomplishment is the one that gets the most questions. This week’s podcast is all about the importance of accomplishment and how to figure out the right amount to maximize your happiness.
 
Almost every woman I work with wants to lose weight. They all wish they could stop the mindless eating. This week I want to share a quick way to change the habit of overeating. It’s a tool to lose weight that has nothing to do with dieting. Listen in to this week’s podcast to understand clearly how it works.…
 
For years, I have been observing the negative effects of having expectations. If you have an expectation of an event, reality can rarely live up to the experience you’ve imagined. No one ever dreams of a week at the beach filled with rain and gastric distress. No one dreams of heading to Disneyland for hours of standing in lines, whining kids and c…
 
Because of social media and movies, sometimes we may feel a sense of expectation that our days and nights should be filled with excitement. I speak to many people who compare their own lives to the ones on social media, and find them lacking. This has led to increased loneliness and distress. In real life, happiness can be hard. I think of happines…
 
This week, I’m discussing and issue straight from the heart, EXCUSES! Listen in to this 12 minute podcast where I will outline some very simple tips on overcoming excuses. It might feel harsh. Perhaps it’s a little in your face, but if you genuinely want to stop making excuses, this will help. Excuses strip you of your power. They trick you into be…
 
Today’s podcast is all about HOW TO STAY MOTIVATED TO EXERCISE! There are two things people do wrong that derail their ability to sustain an exercise program. I take you through them in this episode, and give you a way to fix the cycle of wanting to work out, but then quitting. The podcast is only 11 minutes, but has a powerful method that can ensu…
 
In this episode, I explore the interaction of body image, dieting, and happiness with Zovig Garboushian. If you have ever struggled with your weight, or struggled to embrace your body as it is right now, I highly recommend listening to this podcast. Listen in as Zovig describes what diets have cost her in her life including her sense of peace, unto…
 
We justify that if we lose weight, we’ll look better and be happier. But that doesn't work. The problem isn’t you or the diet. It is that the reasoning is backwards. It isn’t, lose weight and you will be happy. It’s get happy and you will lose the weight. If you figure out how to balance your life, adding pleasurable activities, accomplishment, mea…
 
My decision to begin writing and podcasting launched me into creativity in a big way and the results have been incredible. I now realize that creativity is available to everyone. What it adds to your life can be huge. In this podcast I talk about the ways that thinking more creatively has changed my life.…
 
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