Other People’s Problems

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Normally, therapy sessions are totally confidential — but this podcast opens the doors. No actors. No auditions. No artifice.

What kind of therapy is right for you?

It's a question only you can answer. You can start by getting to know the five general camps of psychotherapy.

Patti: Giving until it's all gone

Patti strives to be perfect. Bumps along the road are overwhelming and stifling her relationships — especially with her husband.

Sloane: Putting a name on this problem

Hillary and Sloane discuss Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to help Sloane understand why she feels the way she feels and thinks the way she thinks.

Belle: The eating disorder voice inside

Belle has a voice inside her head that torments her with messages of self-hate. She turns to food to feel better. Hillary tries to help her with a therapy called EMDR.

If you want to talk to someone, here's a list of resources that might help

National crisis hotlines and other resources.

Franklyn: Heartbreak in a digital world

Franklyn revokes his access to tracking his ex-wife’s whereabouts through her phone. It’s his last connection to her.

Patti: We need to talk about birth trauma

The birth of Patti’s son still haunts her today. What can she do to overcome those memories that are keeping her stuck in guilt and regret?

Megan and Clark: Learning how to be married all over again

Megan and Clark are going through some major life changes. Clark welcomes the change. Megan is supportive yet can’t help but miss what’s been lost along the way.

How Other People's Problems invites audiences into (normally) private therapy sessions

CBC's new podcast opens the doors to real life therapy, with a real life therapist, to demystify the discourse surrounding mental health.

Steve: It's not just about sex

Steve wants to have more sex with his wife. But is his focus on the bedroom obscuring a bigger issue?

Maggie: When good moms need to be bad

Sometimes we use thrills — even illegal ones — to lift our mood when we’re feeling down. Maggie is a stay-at-home mom who struggles with the humdrum of raising little ones.

Sloane: Childhood trauma changes everything

Sloane is planning her wedding. But childhood memories make her fearful of what could go horribly wrong.

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Normally, therapy sessions are totally confidential — but this podcast opens the doors. Hillary McBride and her clients want to help demystify mental health.