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Grad School Sucks

Matthew W. Carlson, PhD

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The weekly podcast where we believe that your life and career after grad school should rock. Join us as we interview current and former graduate students who have used their academic skills to craft amazing careers in entrepreneurship, industry/business, non-profit, and policy/government as well as academic careers. If you are wondering about your career options after grad school, then this podcast is for you.
 
Here is an unconventional podcast that answers all the nagging questions you have about the graduate school experience. Our conversations start from the beginning when one is unsure of which path to follow or what country to explore. We discuss the application procedures, housing, love, family, mental health, food, problem sets, religion, sexuality, student insurance, etc. We understand that succeeding in graduate school requires support, love, and care. Therefore, we thought to create a war ...
 
Have you ever found yourself Googling something after a client left a session? We all have. Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School aims to answer the Googlable questions we all have as both clinicians and private practice owners.Mental health care professionals know that after grad school our learning truly begins and never, ever ends. Together, let’s stay informed and up to date on anything and everything related to running a therapy practice. We go beyond theory and focus on what you nee ...
 
This podcast explores the graduate school experience from unique and diverse perspectives where we highlight the good, the bad, and the funny. Meet Dylan, Rose, and Jorge, as they join Stephanie as your grad school guides. Hear what each host brings to the show and how their unique perspectives shed light on the grad school experience.
 
This podcast is perfect for anyone in graduate school working on a doctorate, or maybe you're thinking about going back to school. Here, we talk about graduate degrees and living very real lives. Now, I am the "APA Queen." So, yes, we will talk about the journey of tackling graduate writing successfully, but we also talk about real-world issues that sometimes make the journey feel impossible. This show will help you navigate the terrains as a doctoral student, and I share gems as an editor, ...
 
Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
 
Amin and Randall discuss life as graduate students in a southern metropolis. Join us as we journey through thesis papers, practicum experiences, academic feuds, and blossoming friendships. Will Amin find her prophesied husband? Will Randall find an apartment without a rat infestation? Check out our latest episode to find out!
 
A podcast for grad students, by grad students. Two applied social psychology PhD students have casual conversations about issues relevant to graduate students in psychology and beyond. This is Grad School aims to provide a place for grad students to decompress, process, and discuss the real experiences graduate students have, both positive and negative.
 
A 30 minute radio show featuring one to two graduate students each week. This is an opportunity for our grad students to showcase their research to the Queen’s and Kingston community and how it affects us. From time to time we will also interview a post-doc or an alum or interview grad students in relation to something topical for the day. Grad Chat is a collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and CFRC 101.9FM
 
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Matt is joined by good friend Dr. Megan Hicks, Assistant Professor of Social Work at Wayne State University as well as CEO of Hicks Data Consulting. Megan talks about her postdoc experience, getting into early career grant writing, and how she started her data consulting business. https://www.hicksdataconsulting.com…
 
What is the Know, Like, and Trust factor and how does it impact your marketing? Jennifer Agee, founder of Counseling Community, Inc., takes a look at each of these 3 elements and gives practical tips on how to incorporate this marketing strategy to grow your audience. OFFERS & HELPFUL LINKS: Counseling Community TikTok Jennifer Agee coaching page C…
 
Sharon Robinson collaborated with the great Leonard Cohen on numerous songs and albums throughout his career. She also is a successful singer and songwriter in her own right, having written "New Attitude" for Patti LaBelle. Sharon is on the road now, paying tribute to her friend Leonard Cohen with her show, "My Time with Leonard Cohen," where she p…
 
Everyone’s immune systems work a bit differently. Many Canadians have allergic diseases such as asthma, food allergy and allergic rhinitis. These people are subject to Th2 skewing which is when there is more Th2 cytokines in their body. It is unknown if underlying Th2 skewing impacts one’s response to the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine. Understanding the an…
 
Matt is joined by Warren English, former microbiology graduate student and current fitness coach. Warren talks about immigrating to the United States for graduate education as well as the process of leaving academia to start a business around his passions. https://linktr.ee/WEPhitAutor: Matthew W. Carlson, PhD
 
Matt is joined by good friend Dr. Alycia DeGraff, licensed clinician and business woman. Ally talks about being a first-generation college student, finishing her dissertation while climbing the corporate ladder, and what grad students today should be doing to prepare for their future careers. https://degrafftherapy.com…
 
We’ve all heard about treating clients as a whole person. Paying attention to mind, body and spirit makes sense at a cognitive level, but what does the work of paying attention to the body really mean in therapy? Shaelene Kite has an open and honest conversation about the importance of movement in therapy and how to start implementing what you lear…
 
They were a 1980s pop rock phenomenon, who weren't able to reach the heights they deserved. But now they're back, first with digital releases of their first album (complete with bonus tracks) followed up by a brand new track, just completed. We talked with Michael Lockwood about his career, and how going backwards to his early days, may just be a s…
 
Interprofessional education (IPE) activities have occurred in health education institutions in over 40 countries worldwide (Herath et al., 2017). The World Health Organization (2010) defines interprofessional education as students from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve healt…
 
Overview of the tapestry of Canadian law that governs privacy, especially around photo/video gathering and use at higher education institutions in Canada. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad…
 
Most of us are not taught much about money. We know we need it and maybe have an idea how to budget but investing and building wealth feels intimidating for many of us. Brett Banks, VP, Wealth Manager with Enterprise Bank & Trust shares the basics of understanding our relationship with money and how to harness the power of our money to support the …
 
This week is something special- we talk with musician Hilly Michaels. Hilly has played drums for folks like Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson, Sparks, Michael Bolton and John Mellencamp (but, back when he was Johnny Cougar.) With Hilly on the line, we listened back to some of the songs on his first two solo albums, Calling All Girls and Lumia and Hilly offer…
 
During this episode, I talk with Patrick Casale, LCMHC, LCAS (he/him) about Imposter Syndrome. Patrick is the owner of All Things Private Practice and Resilient Mind Counseling. Patrick works as a Private Practice Coach and Strategist, and is also a Group Practice Owner, Motivational Speaker, Retreat Planner, and Podcast Host. He has been featured …
 
The music of Andrew Stern and Laura Arias, better known as 3 Pairs of Boots, is a warm take on folk and country music. Their new album, Mighty Love, is available right now on their website, and can be streamed on all of your favorite streamers. For more information, check out their website. Plus, Heidi decides which is the main reason she's going t…
 
The aim of this dissertation is to address notable gaps in the literature on social prescribing, namely the lack of an agreed definition of social prescribing and the lack of evidence around social prescribing for children and youth. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chap webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies website – h…
 
Today's episode is one of my favorites because I have Dr. Brian Williams joining me for an important conversation -Navigating Marriage and Relationships as a Doctoral Student. Balancing a full-time work schedule, graduate school, and day-to-day expectations can be overwhelming. Today, Dr. Williams and I discuss ways to pursue your doctoral dreams a…
 
During this episode, I interviewed The Sassy Wealth Coach, Lisa Marie Robinson (she/her). Lisa has more than 20 years of experience in accounting. She is passionate about helping women entrepreneurs manage their money with confidence, so they feel empowered in their lives and businesses. After surviving a tumultuous childhood filled with addiction,…
 
David Libert saw a fascinating cross-section of popular music throughout his career. From his work as a member of The Happenings, to his tour management of Alice Cooper, to working with George Clinton and Bootsy Collins. David tells his whole fascinating story in his new book, Rock n' Roll Warrior, available anywhere you get your books, September 2…
 
To end this season, the host opens up about herself by going through a question-and-answer thread developed by 'Alimosho Agbani Darego (@Mzrhemmy on Twitter).' Listen to this relaxing, laid-back, humor-filled episode and share your answers with us! We'll respond to every message we get. All my love, Your Grad School Buddy.…
 
During this episode, I talk with Jaime Duke, LCPC, MAC, NCC (she/her) about the importance of therapists understanding Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD). Jaime is a private practice owner in Prairie Village, Kansas and specializes in working with women who are experiencing Perinatal or Postpartum Mood & Anxiety Disorders, PMS or PMDD, menopaus…
 
Brian Kramp grew up a Cheap Trick fan and now he's written a great book about the history of the one and only Cheap Trick. The book goes from the pre-history to the creation of the band. It's one of the best music books of the year. This Band Has No Past is available September 6th wherever you get your books. Plus, Heidi reviews George Thorogood an…
 
During this episode, I talk with Kimberly Rose (she/her), a Certified Breathwork Coach of 15 years. Kimberly has been published in Mantra Wellness Magazine. She was also the catalyst for Online Breathwork Classes & Teacher Training. Once Kimberly experienced what breathing could do for the mind-body-soul, and healed her chronic symptoms, she became…
 
This year would have been David Bowie's 75th birthday. Famed rock writer Martin Popoff has put together a wonderful present for us all- Bowie @ 75 is his new book, a look at the many phases of Bowie's multifaceted career. David Bowie @ 75 is available wherever you get your books on September 6th. For more information on Martin, to listen to his pod…
 
During this episode, Jennifer Agee, LCPC (she/her) discusses how therapists can utilize the basics of body and awareness and energy work to help gain deeper insight into our client’s needs. Join me as I go down the hippy-dippy rabbit hole of energy work and body awareness! TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE: Energy work basics Understanding the use of energy a…
 
Sure, the siblings Moss sound great together. And they do. And on their new album, Cover to Cover you get to hear their voices tackle some great songs from a variety of eras. We talked to Adam and David Moss about their voices, other brothers in music and what they fought to keep on the record. Cove to Cover is available right now wherever you get …
 
During this episode, I talk with Jessica Tappana, LCSW (she/her) about the basics you need to know for SEO marketing. SEO can be so intimidating and Jessica explains how to integrate SEO into your website in a very clear way. I learned a lot from this episode. Jessica is the founder of Simplified SEO Consulting where she has a team that helps menta…
 
It's the back-to-school season! It's also time for some of you to head back to graduate school. This will be the time for some of you to start working on your research for the first time, and you're wondering if it's possible to do it without losing your mind. The answer and the best strategy known to man are shared in this episode. Let's dive in!…
 
Anytime is a good time to listen to Matthew Sweet, but summer feels like the perfect time to roll down your windows and play his most recent album, Cat's Paw really loud for others to hear. We talked with Matthew when the record came out, and it was the conversation that made us think we should interview more musicians... And that's how this show w…
 
During this episode, I talk with Ernesto Segismundo (he/him) about the importance of being intention in how we attract, repel, grow and flow in our business. Understanding what we speak ourselves, what was spoken over us and out generational past’s influence on the work you do. Alignment with mind, body, soul and spirit is an important piece of bot…
 
The 1970s were a magic time at the newly formed Arista Records. Overseen by Clive Davis, the label quickly became a contender with a murder's row of talent. Now, Mitchell Cohen has written the definitive history of the label, Looking for the Magic: New York City, the 70s and the Rise of Arista Records. Also, we discuss this year's Gathering of the …
 
During this episode, I talk with Daniel Sanchez (he/him) about online marketing. You’ve heard of SEO (and maybe SEM) and I interview Daniel about all the things therapists need to know to understand the simple and cost-effective ways we can level up our online marketing. Daniel helps therapists create Brand Identity and to ensure that their digital…
 
Just when rock seems to be getting too sensitive, here comes H.E.A.T., direct from Sweden, bring the metal to save us all. We talked with drummer Don Crash about their new album, Force Majeure, and their reuniting with their original lead singer. For more information, you can check out H.E.A.T.'s website, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Plu…
 
During this episode, I talk with Susan Dunaway (she/her), LCPC, BCN about Neurofeedback. It’s something we’ve all heard of, but don’t necessarily understand. I ask the questions we want to know! Susan has been a therapist for over 20 years and is the co-owner of Amend Neurocounseling. Amend specializes in neurofeedback, a tool that helps the brain …
 
Getting permission to use an instrument for your study can be confusing, so in today's episode, I share the most important steps to take to obtain permission for authors to complete your study successfully. Trust me! This is a Chapter 3 episode you don't want to miss.Autor: Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
Maybe you saw The Interrupters last summer, on the Hella Mega Tour with Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer. Or maybe you've heard their first hit single, She's Kerosene on the radio. Well, now, in the middle of their co-headlining tour with Flogging Molly comes their latest album, In the Wild. We talked with bassist and drummer Justin and Jesse Biv…
 
In time for the start of the fall semester, we are coming at you with all-new hosts and a slightly new format. Welcome to Grad School Deconstructed, reconstructed! This podcast explores the graduate school experience from unique and diverse perspectives where we highlight the good, the bad, and the funny. In this episode, meet Dylan, Rose, and Jorg…
 
During this episode, I talk with Dr. Jenna Renfroe (she/her) about the importance of business ownership, neuropsychology and how to optimizing brain health. Jenna is board-certified in clinical neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. She received her doctoral training at the University of Florida (Go Gators!) in Clinical a…
 
Tony Tyrrell had a long road to the recording and release of his debut solo album, but Conviction is a strong statement and viewpoint for the singer/songwriter. We talked about the album (out August 12th), trusting your voice and why you always need to pace yourself at a festival performance. For more information, check out Tony's website, or follo…
 
In today’s episode, we dive into a tricky one. Are you and your chair on the same page? Are you working on Chapter 1, but they’re thinking about Chapter 1? If so, you don’t want to miss this one! I share three ways to get you all on the same page immediately. Buckle up and take a listen!Autor: Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
During this episode, I talk with Norine Vander Hooven (she/her), LCSW, EMDRIA Certified and Approved Consultant, about how to discuss the topic of suicidal thoughts with clients and how to assess for suicidal risk. This is a topic most therapists feel nervous having, and we give you the language to use to begin having these conversations more comfo…
 
'Elo kiddies! This week we're listening to an episode from our other podcast, Why? and we're listening to our conversation with Chris Frantz from the one and only Talking Heads. (Oh, and he was also in Tom Tom Club... not too shabby.) We were talking to Chris on the release of his memoir, Remain in Love. It's a fun conversation, we touch on a lot o…
 
The dreaded thesis defense. While there are arguably harder things that you have to complete as a graduate student, there are few things more important than a successful thesis defense. Ironically, for how transparent the scientific and research process is aimed to be, the defense process itself can hold somewhat of a mythical value in its obscurit…
 
There was once a time when I could give graduate students steps for writing their dissertation, and it would apply to all of them. Well, that day has come and gone. Every chair has their own ideas about what a great dissertation entails, and sadly, sometimes it's not only incorrect but also makes no sense. However, if you want to graduate, you must…
 
During this episode, TJ Walsh (he/him), LPC NCC CCTP Clini-Coach and I talk very openly and honestly about our experiences of burnout and the tools and rituals we use to get our energy back in balance. This episode is raw, real and offers real solutions. TJ Walsh is an internationally exhibited artist who has nurtured creativity in heARTs and minds…
 
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