Jason Hobbs LCSW MDiv

By Jason Hobbs LCSW MDiv

writer, clinical social worker, spiritual director, author, husband, father, son, and runner in Middle Georgia, jasonhobbslcsw.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jasonhobbslcsw/support

  1. 1.
    “I won’t wash my hands anymore.” on “opinions”, testing the truth, and maintaining relationships (even when it is hard)
    9:57
  2. 2.
    Daring to be Silent Together listening to Howard Thurman, watching Watchmen, and listening to each other during a pandemic
    8:31
  3. 3.
    “Why are you looking at heaven?”: letting go of the past, stepping wisely into this pandemic future
    9:49
  4. 4.
    Wandering in the Pandemic Wilderness: complaining, eating manna, and building golden calves
    10:21
  5. 5.
    "Our hurts return at different ages and stages." Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:37
  6. 6.
    Not on the journey alone: on walking and writing and walking and writing
    5:35
  7. 7.
    “Nothing is ever really lost.” on birthdays, the accumulation of friends on Facebook, community, and Walt Whitman
    7:53
  8. 8.
    “Anxiety isn’t good with statistics.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:36
  1. 9.
    “It is like a child putting on an adult’s coat.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:51
  2. 10.
    “Anxiety likes a blank canvas…” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:27
  3. 11.
    “Try treating those thoughts like you would a bully…” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:29
  4. 12.
    Going Back to School Mindfully: a quick guide for students, teachers, and parents
    8:03
  5. 13.
    "So are you a good kid or a bad kid?" Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:34
  6. 14.
    “Concrete, specific praise works best.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    8:58
  7. 15.
    “Don’t call it a pee-pee or a hoo-hah.” Talking with your children about sex.
    9:34
  8. 16.
    Touching our Wounds: on approaching our pain instead of avoiding it
    7:48
  9. 17.
    “They leave before they leave.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    8:46
  10. 18.
    “You can’t eat a whole pizza without cutting it into slices first.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    7:19
  11. 19.
    “I wonder if something important happened around here?” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    11:15
  12. 20.
    “The only way out is through.” on drawing close to the pain, approaching with love instead of hate
    14:01
  13. 21.
    “Insight does not equal change.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    8:27
  14. 22.
    Blessed Be the Deeply Rooted on the roots of corn and live oaks, on trusting too much on our own ability
    14:08
  15. 23.
    “Handle the emotion first, then talk…” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often.
    8:27
  16. 24.
    Are we Bystanders? on reading Howard Thurman in a social media age
    7:51
  17. 25.
    “Don’t work harder than they are." Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist...
    9:53
  18. 26.
    “Let’s see if we can let your trauma be a part of your story, but not your whole story."
    7:35
  19. 27.
    “… there was love behind my shut gate.” on the way that fear/pain keep us away from love, each other
    7:35
  20. 28.
    “Imagine you are hiking up a mountain.” Phrases that this therapist finds himself saying, often.
    8:46
  21. 29.
    "Let your clay be moist": on practicing deep listening, openness, and community
    8:11
  22. 30.
    “Start with small consequences first; give yourself somewhere to go.” Part of an occasional series a
    7:16
  23. 31.
    Think Less, Love More: On St. Teresa of Avila, Facebook, and Arguing with Propaganda
    14:12
  24. 32.
    Be a Habit Change Detective: the crime of New Year’s resolutions
    8:29
  25. 33.
    “Anxiety lives in the future.” Part of occasional series ...
    5:16
  26. 34.
    I took my birthday off of Facebook and here is what happened
    4:14
  27. 35.
    This is why we talk about trauma (memory is a leaf rubbing)
    9:49
  28. 36.
    I can no longer say I have never been to a Quaker meeting
    10:54
  29. 37.
    Speaking up and being heard: the woman Jesus told “go away”
    8:49
  30. 38.
    Talking to that kid: on nostalgia, loss, memory, and forgiveness
    7:15
  31. 39.
    Spiderwebs: on the ways in which community holds us
    8:24
  32. 40.
    Two Women. Two Deaths. Two Cancers.
    7:13
  33. 41.
    The Crowd, the Bread, and This Moment
    7:38
  34. 42.
    The Question Was Asked to Test Him: on seeing ...
    13:35
  35. 43.
    “Imagine a tiger is running at you …”
    8:49
  36. 44.
    Jesus tells them, "Let's go over here and sit a spell."
    11:28
  37. 45.
    "Do unto yourself as you would do to others."
    8:02
  38. 46.
    Is my religion all in my head?
    7:20
  39. 47.
    "To take care of them, you need to take care of yourself."
    5:03
  40. 48.
    Looking for Stillness: on the invitation to silence and how this is different from being quiet
    5:45
  41. 49.
    Graduates: Speak your Truth!
    7:28
  42. 50.
    "Some traumas are like tornados..."
    9:02

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