The Couple’s Podcast Series
 
Chronological series of ten episodes (peer reviewed) designed for couples to listen to and engage with together. 
 
Available on all major streaming platforms (Spotify, apple music, audible, amazon music and more). 
 
Episode 1 – Beginnings – Spotify

Click here to download Exercise Sheet for Episode 1 (right click to open or download if the link is not working)

Episode 2 – Listening, Hopes and Fears – Spotify

Click here to download Exercise Sheet for Episode 2 (right click to open or download if the link is not working)

Episode 3 – Family History – Spotify

Click here to download Exercise Sheet for Episode 2 (right click to open or download if the link is not working)

New episode will be added each week.
 
After the completion of Therapy Toolkit I had the idea to create an audio series for couples based on the same principles as the toolkit: compassionately exploring your past to better understand your present. 
 
Crucially, I wanted the series to be a calm and supportive space of exploration for everyone – not just those who feel their relationship is in trouble. 
 
The series is designed for couples to actively listen to and engage with together, with gentle guidance and therapeutic techniques helping you forward. As such, each episode contains real time exercises, and the series as a whole has a chronological narrative. This is to slowly create a new way of communicating, gently facilitating further depth in your relationship. 
 
The episodes are bitesize in length, with your participation being the most important component. 
 
It is of course possible to listen to this series without your partner, providing new and compassionate ways of reflecting on yourself, your partner and your relationship. 
 
There are ten episodes all together, with a new episode released every week.
 
The episodes are as follows :
 
Beginnings
Listening techniques, hopes and fears
Family history
Childhood relationships 
Physical/emotional selves
Loss and grief
Conflict 
Sex and intimacy 
Parenting and children
Hope and change
 
Therapy Toolkit could work well as an additional resource to the series.