Attachment Styles and How They Dictate Our Lives

Attachment Styles and How They Dictate Our Li...

Anxious Attachment Style - Deep Dive

Attachment, or the attachment bond, is the emotional connection you formed as an infant with your primary caregiver, if the parents or caregivers are inconsistent in their parenting they could be causing an anxious attachment. Find out what an anxious attachment style can look li ...  Show more

Self-Sabotaging Habits That Keep You Stuck

You may be sabotaging yourself, your happiness, your success, and your relationships without even knowing it. We all have subconscious habits, beliefs, and patterns that we're doing that are keeping us stuck, holding us back, and leaving us feeling frustrated and confused. Here I ...  Show more

How to Deal with Family Conflicts

An episode on how to deal with family conflicts. A question asked many times in therapy and/or when generally reached out for with questions.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/message 

How To Get Over a Break-Up

Breaking up with someone is hard and can cause real grief and trauma.  After getting asked quite often what to do and how to handle break-up this episode answers and gives tools to manage break-ups!  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/message 

How To Deal With Bad News

At bad news and events are unfolding we all need a few tools to deal with them the right way.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/message 

The Power of Journaling with Anja Saleh

Anja Saleh, trained as a political and social scientist, is an educator, designer, and poet. In her writing, she re-explores spirituality, trauma, love, and home.  Together, we discuss the power of journaling and how it became a lifeline for her that helps her explore life throug ...  Show more

Therapist to Therapist: On Forgiveness with Chereen Shurafa

Another episode in the segment: Therapist to Therapist. I am in conversation with Chereen, an Arab American mental health and community counselor based in Qatar. She is a certified change coach who also focuses on grief, resilience, and moving forward. She has recently published ...  Show more

Depression & Binge Eating

Is there a connection between depression and binge eating? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/message 

Therapist to Therapist: Dr. Saliha Afridi

Dr. Saliha Afridi shares her journey in the mental health field and how she built the Lighthouse Arabia how she and her team are leading the way for mental health & wellness in the Middle East. A specialist team of psychologists & psychiatrists with the community at our core. --- ...  Show more

Negative Self-Talk and Missing People

Discussing my life updates and how I deal with negative self-talk and how to deal with missing someone who is no longer part of your life.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/message 

Eating Disorder Series: How to Eat Healthy

With the start of the eating disorder series we discuss a healthy lifestyle and better food choices with Dana Habayeb. She explains that healthy eating is all about balance and understanding what our bodies need.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/said-in-therapy/mes ...  Show more

Birthday Special!

After my last episode, many asked me to record an episode about me. So I asked my close friend Salma to interview me which questions she always wanted to ask me.  I hope you enjoy the conversation. Happy New Year!  And yes, new year's day is my actual birthday. --- Send in a voic ...  Show more

On Loneliness

The last days of the year are traditionally the days we reflect on and review the last months before we step into the new year. It is December the posts in which many will celebrate their milestones will be published. And that's okay! If you have achieved a lot, be proud of yours ...  Show more

Finding A Positive Outlook in Hardship

A positive attitude helps you cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking. If you adopt it as a way of life, it would bring constructive changes into your life, and makes them happi ...  Show more

Q&A - What is Journaling and How to Use It (Re-run)

Journaling is a written record of our thoughts & feelings. There are really not any rules although most journaling is a daily exercise. Journaling is a way to track everyday life. Figuring out what makes us tick and happy or upset. Creating a meaningful connection with ourselves ...  Show more

The Art of Emotions

Rukmini Poddar is an artist, designer, and illustrator living in the United States. Her creative passion lies at the intersection of emotional wellness and creative storytelling. Today's episode is about her journey discovering ways to improve her well-being using her art as a to ...  Show more

Narcissism vs. Narcissistic Personality Disorder

A person who is excessively high in narcissism is said to have a narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), which is a diagnosable mental illness. A person with narcissistic traits may be mildly self-centered at times, but NPD, on the other hand, is a deeply ingrained, pervasive pa ...  Show more

Motherhood

Büsra shares her experience with labor and postpartum that didn't come without complications, she also explains her transition and adjustment to the new life after things settled. This episode is slightly medical, so it is not important to understand all the details but to get a ...  Show more

Narcissism

Narcissistic personality disorder involves a pattern of self-centered, arrogant thinking and behavior, a lack of empathy and consideration for other people, and an excessive need for admiration. Others often describe people with NPD as manipulative, selfish, patronizing, and dema ...  Show more