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What We Are Listening To—Half Moon’s Favorite Podcasts at the Moment

Woman closes her eyes while listening to her favorite podcasts.

In case you’ve ever wondered what your therapist is listening to, here are some of Half Moon’s favorite podcasts at the moment. 

Celeste The Therapist: Hosted by licensed mental health clinician Celeste Viciere, this podcast discusses healing from negative cycles, anxiety, relationships, depression, and more with a special focus on the black community.

Where Do We Begin? with Esther Perel: Psychotherapist Esther Perel shares stories from real couples on everything from love, conflict, connection, breakups, etc. Sometimes listening to the raw experiences of others can be helpful to understand our own relationships and feelings. 

We Can Do Hard Things by Glennon Doyle: Author Glennon Doyle, her wife Abby Wambach and sister Amanda Doyle talk honestly about how life gets easier when you don't avoid talking about the hard things. The podcast is full of sharing experiences in their own relationships, self-love journeys, addictions, and listening to the experiences of others including podcast fans as well as guests such as Kamala Harris, Chanel Miller, Dolly Parton, and more.  

Maintenance Phase: Hosts Michael Hobbes and Aubrey Gordon talk all things diet culture and break down the truths behind health and wellness advice on the internet (because a lot of it is

just fads). 

How to Survive the Apocalypse: A Queer Person’s Guide to Life in America: Hear from an NC local! Chelsea Johnson, LMFT and owner of Horizons Marriage and Family Therapy in Cary, NC talks about the experiences and difficulties of living as a queer person in America. Check out the episode featuring Half Moon’s founder, Brianna, called “Late Bloomers” and Coming Out Later in Life.

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown: Professor and social worker Brené Brown shares her insights on vulnerability, shame, and courage. The podcast features Brown’s real life stories and guests to talk about vulnerability and reflections on our lived experiences. 

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson:  Clinical psychologist Dr. Rick Hanson sits down with his son, Forrest Hanson, to discuss all things that make up our mental well-being, from anxiety, boundaries, relationships, etc. The podcast offers raw conversations on what it means to understand ourselves, our brains, and how we are always learning.


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