Preparing to bring the podcast live, on-stage, we interview Sarah Brodie, a Dialogue Therapist from Toronto, who will co-host Real Dialogue for Opposing Sides with Polly.
Listen to Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D. and Seth Gillihan, Ph.D. talk about the big ideas from her recent book, Love Between Equals: Relationship as a Spiritual Path. Polly presents an inspiring view of committed relationships—not at all an idealized view, as she acknowledges the challenges in sharing life with another person.
In the Your Hidden Power Podcast, host Doug Stephan welcomes Polly Young-Eisendrath, a Jungian Analyst, Psychologist, teacher and author. Polly is the originator of Dialogue Therapy, which is designed to help couples and others transform chronic conflict into greater closeness and development. Her new book, "Love Between Equals," is a guide to help successfully negotiate conflicts and deepen our most intimate relationships.
Shrink Rap Radio podcast with host Dr. David Van Nuys. Talking about the book, Love Between Equals: Relationship as a Spiritual Path, Jung, Zen Buddhism, relationships, families, and of course...love!
Last year, after reading Women and Desire: Beyond Wanting to Be Wanted, I put Dr. Polly Young-Eisendrath on my bucket list to have on the show. This book explores the power in women having their own needs and wants, rather than focusing on wanting to be wanted. This book dovetails with my Truce with Food work as it provides a road map and skills for clients to go from the “good girl” based on what others need and want to developing their own preferences that are in alignment with who they are. Knowing your body’s own unique nutritional needs and truest personal callings are under this umbrella.
Jungian analyst, Polly Young-Eisendrath talks with Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. in conjunction with Pacifica Institute. Personal love—that is, love that we feel within—has changed in the 21st century. In this day and age, we seek three very specific outcomes in our relationships that have not always been sought in “traditional” relationships.
From the "In the Balance" podcast with Susan Lambert. The formula for love and marriage in the 21st Century has evolved from Romantic Love to Personal Love - love has been taken out of the demands of tradition, arranged marriages, family and tribal affiliations - we can now get married based on personal love, choosing anyone we want. Dr. Polly Young-Eisendrath describes this new intimate relationship as one with no hierarchy, based on mutual respect and reciprocity, with each partner becoming a life-long friend and witness to the other.