Therapists are People too: a Two Part Interview with Susan Lambert
Switching it up for our listeners ~ In the Balance podcast creator and interviewer Susan Lambert is interviewed by her podcast producer Walker Vreeland!
Therapists Are People Too: Practice & Philosophies
In part one Susan takes us into the world of therapy ~ what happens in “the room,” her thoughts on balancing insight work with how-to strategies and the extraordinary opportunity inherent in therapy ~ to have a “pure, private, sacred relationship that’s all about the client’s wellness.”
Therapists Are People Too: Beginnings, Middles, and the Never-ending Search for Balance
Part two gives truth to the saying ‘therapists are people too!’ as Susan tells her personal story of becoming a therapist. Tune in and get to know the woman whose voice you hear every week on the marvelous podcast series In the Balance.
Meet This Episode's Guest
Susan is a licensed psychotherapist and teacher whose successful 25-year private practice has included cognitive, insight-oriented and mindfulness approaches with a diverse clientele of all ages.
After gaining advanced degrees in psychotherapy from New York University and in teaching arts from University of the Arts, she began her journey to integrate psychological study with spiritual practice and the arts. The mantra underscoring her path has always been ‘learn and grow with curiosity and focus using the mind, body and heart to thrive in everyday life!' This is what she shares with others.
Susan is at the forefront of creating group workshops which are accessible and relevant in their scope and she is consistently expanding the reach of her practice with individuals into the global community through Skype therapy, online courses and live seminars.
Susan’s studies in yoga and Buddhist dharma, her travels throughout the world, and her immersion in working with people from different cultures continually inspire her life’s work of helping others bring their inner selves to vibrant health and buoyancy.
Meet This Episode's Guest Host
Walker Vreeland is an award-winning monologist and radio personality, producer, writer, actor, singer and voice over artist. As a radio personality, he is best known for having hosted The Afternoon Show on 102.5 WBAZ-FM on Long Island, and as the creator and host of the successful podcast Interview with the Artist where he has interviewed such stars as Cyndi Lauper, Joy Behar, Betty Buckley, David Brenner, Sally Struthers, James Frey, Paula Poundstone, Cheech Marin, Sandra Bernhard and Jane Krakowski. He’s also been heard on 92.9 & 96.9 WEHM on Long Island, 103.9 WFAS in Westchester, NY, 96.7 ‘The Coast’ in Norwalk, CT and WEBE 108 in Bridgeport, CT.
As an actor and singer, Walker has worked extensively in theater, film and television. Off-Broadway credits include: FROM SHIP TO SHAPE (2017 United Solo Awards for Best One-Man Musical and Best Direction of a Musical for Milton Justice). Other New York theater credits include: Little Women (with Deborah Gibson & Elaine Stritch), Erostratus, Just So Stories (Theaterworks USA), and the award-winning musical revue Our Life & Times (Winner of 1999 MAC and Bistro Awards).
He’s been seen on MTV, VH1, CBS Daytime (Guiding Light) and his films include: Sex Farce, Thinking Out Loud, and A Beautiful Mind. He is a graduate of Walnut Hill School for the Arts, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Walker was voted #1 Personality in the Hamptons of 2013, 2014 and 2015 (Platinum Award) by Dan's Papers.