Published 28 May 2019

The Talking Cure in the Media

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Radio

Conversations with Sarah Kanowski

Catch the recording of Gill's interview on Conversations with Sarah Kanowski from ABC radio on 30 May. 


RTRFM

 Jacqui spoke to Jorja Keay on The Mag Show on RTRFM inPerth about The Talking Cure and how The Sopranos relates to it. Listen to the interview here.  


2SER

 We had a great conversation with Stephen Hill on 2SER's Drive Show. Our interview is about two thirds of the way through this recording.  


Other interviews

We have had a number of other radio interviews, including Eastside FM, Bay FM, 4RO, Southern FM, Red FM, and 3MDR.

Television

The Daily Edition on Channel 7

Jacqui and Gill joined Sally Obermeder and Ryan Phelan  on Channel 7's The Daily Edition on Tuesday 28 May. 

Check out the interview here.  

Podcasts

 Potential Psychology Podcast

"Professor Gillian Straker and Dr Jacqui Winship join me to talk about their new book, The Talking Cure: Normal people, their hidden struggles and the life changing power of therapy, in which they introduce us first to relational psychotherapy through its depiction in The Sopranos, and then to their clients, fictional amalgams of real-life cases. They explain the relationship between the therapist and the patient as the essence of successful therapy and reveal how the art of talking and listening helps us to understand deep-seated issues that profoundly influence who we are in the world. "

Listen in to the podcast.  


Kinderling Radio

Recently we had an interesting discussion with Shevonne Hunt from Kinderling Radio about why “talking about it” makes you a better parent

Listen to the podcast


Mamamia: This Glorious Mess

 Jacqui was lucky enough to be interviewed by Holly Wainwright and Andrew Daddo for Mamamia’s This Glorious Mess, Australia’s top parenting podcast. The topic: are modern parents trying too hard? The interview starts at about 8 mins 50 in the podcast

Listen to the podcast

Online Media

The Carousel

The Talking Cure Co-Author Dr Jacqui Winship’s five key reasons why the relationship is so important in therapy 

Read the article here


Life Begins At

Article by Gill Straker on why our childhoods are so important.

Read the article here

Print Media

The July 2019 Good Health and Wellbeing magazine features a four page interview with us, focusing on how we view psychotherapy and what people can expect from a talking cure. View a pdf of the article here.