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Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week, in an interview that is timely as we’re in the thick of the holiday season, I interviewed Dr. Lindsay Gibson for the second time. This time we’re discussing

the challenge of disentangling from emotionally immature people. In our conversation, you’ll hear Lindsay describe the characteristics of

Emotionally Immature People, how it feels to be in a relationship with them, and how to assert ourselves within those relationships. She discusses her newest book, “Disentangling From Emotionally Immature People: Avoid Emotional Traps, stand up for Yourself, and Transform Your Relationships as an adult child of Emotionally Immature Parents”.

Lindsay C. Gibson is an author and clinical psychologist who has been a psychotherapist for over thirty years, working in both public service and private practice. She has the author of several books, including the bestseller, Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents.

In the past, Dr. Gibson has served as an adjunct assistant professor teaching doctoral Clinical Psychology students clinical theory and psychotherapy techniques. She specializes in therapy and coaching adults to attain new levels of personal growth, emotional intimacy with others, and confidence in dealing with emotionally immature family members.

Find everything Lindsay is doing at: https://lindsaygibsonpsyd.com

And on TikTok at: https://tiktok.com/@academyofselfhelp 

We are accepting new clients in my therapy practice (for those located in Maryland). Learn more via our website: https://bahealing.com 

Find a trauma therapist near you via https://traumatherapistnetwork.com ! We believe that trauma is real, healing is possible and help is available. 

Dr. Janina Fisher has a new course coming up through the Academy of Therapy Wisdom. This time she’s focusing on addiction and trauma. Learn more and register for a free webinar here!

My friend (and prior podcast guest) Deirdre Fay, MSW, has a new course on one of the most challenging aspects of healing after trauma: shame. Shame is that deep sense of being broken, unlovable, worthless that “just talking” can’t relieve. Learn about Deirdre’s new course and register through Academy of Therapy Wisdom here!

My friend Dr. Jamie+ Marich’s free webinar recording and link to learn about their course are found here: Not Faking: Dispelling the Myths & Misunderstandings Of Dissociation

Jamie+ also has a new course on Trauma & the 12 Steps. Click the link to learn more and register!

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Find my most frequently recommended resources for learning about trauma here – includes recommended books and trainings.

Get my free PDF 5 Common Mistakes People Make When Searching For A Trauma Therapist here!

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November 23, 2023

About the Host

Laura Reagan, LCSW-C

Laura Reagan, LCSW-C is an integrative trauma therapist and owner of a group practice, the Baltimore Annapolis Center for Integrative Healing. She is also the host of Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts and the founder of the Trauma Therapist Network, a website for learning information about trauma and finding resources and help for trauma.

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