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Matthias J Barker Podcast

By: Matthias Barker
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  • A podcast on moving towards what's meaningful despite hardship.

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  • Oct 31 2022

    This is a snippet from my Q&A with Dr. Frank Anderson for our workshop Healing Trauma. For more information, visit my website.

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    12 mins
  • Oct 25 2022

    In this latest episode, I'm joined once again by the incredible Dr. Steve Hayes to talk all about panic disorder. 

    If you aren't familiar with Dr. Hayes, he is the co-founder of the ACT Therapy model, also known as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In this conversation we talk about: 

    • His personal experience with panic, how it started, and what it's like now
    • Common sources of panic disorder and patterns of avoidance
    • How to approach panic attacks and what to consider if you are experiencing panic disorder

    Make sure to check out Dr. Hayes's book called A Liberated Mind

    About my guest:

    Steven C. Hayes is a Nevada Foundation Professor of Psychology in the Behavior Analysis Program at the University of Nevada. An author of 47 books and over 675 scientific articles, he is especially known for his work on "Acceptance and Commitment Therapy" or “ACT” which is one of the most widely used and researched new methods of psychological intervention over the last 20 years. Dr. Hayes has received several national awards, such as the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. His popular book Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for a time was the best-selling self-help book in the United States, and his new book A Liberated Mind has been recently released to wide acclaim. His TEDx talks and blogs have been viewed or read by over three million people, and he is ranked among the most cited psychologists in the world. 


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    52 mins
  • Sep 20 2022

    This week I'm joined by my co-author of On Grief. The poet William Bortz and I talk about:

    • The difficulty of putting difficult life experiences into words and the healing power of poetry to help us reflect on what's most important to us.
    • William shares his story of becoming a poet, sharing how he conceptualizes putting complex emotion into words
    • How poetry and writing allows us to have more empathy and how both reading and creating poetry expands our understanding


    Touching on substance abuse, trauma, grief, and loss, this conversation is all about grounding in love, art, and vulnerability. I hope you enjoy our conversation!

    About my guest:

    William Bortz (he/him) is an author and a poet from the Midwest. He volunteers for the curation team for Button Poetry and is a poetry reader for Longleaf Review. Bortz is the author of The Grief We’re Given (Central Avenue, 2021). You can find his poems online at Brave Voices, Okay Donkey, Turnpike Magazine, and others. William lives with his wife and their two cats.


    >> William's website

    >> Book - The Grief We're Given

    >> Find our free e-book On Grief here


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    1 hr and 10 mins

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Great Info

I follow Matthias on other social media platforms and I am so glad he made the jump to creating a podcast. Great information delivered in such a way only Matthias can. Keep up the good work!

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Great stuff

Matthias thinks of ways to touch on many different aspects of emotions and experiences and articulates it in a way I can understand and make me think about things in ways I wouldn’t normally. Thank you

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A good explanation on boundaries

I liked what he had to say. I would recommend speaking a bit more clearly. At a few small parts I didn’t catch what you said.