Mel Schwartz, LCSW

#124 The Five Percent Rule and Other Ways to Get Past the Argument

The Possibility Podcast #124 features techniques to break the cycle of anger and miscommunication in your relationships. Learn to get past the argument and rebuild intimacy!

The Perils of Progress

There’s no question human beings have progressed across the centuries… but are we advancing in the ways that truly enrich and enhance our humanity?

#123 Let’s Talk About Therapy

In episode 123 of The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz, let’s talk about the process of therapy, including the benefits of therapy, how to select a therapist, what to expect, and Mel’s own approach to therapy.

Getting Beyond “How Does That Make You Feel?”

“How does that make you feel?” is almost a therapy cliche. Mel Schwartz explains why moving beyond feelings leads to truly effective therapy.

#122 The Inner Path of Leadership

In another cross-posting of the blog and podcast, Mel reveals the three pillars of singular, excellent leadership. The podcast includes a conversation with therapist Catheryn Leff on the origins of her own leadership style.

#121 How Wealth Can Negatively Impact Relationships

In a special cross-posting of the blog and podcast, the focus is on how wealth can often be detrimental to healthy interpersonal and familial relationships.

#120 I Am Enough

The Possibility Podcast 120 features an interview with somatic healing coach and trauma recovery specialist Ilene Smith, author of Moving Beyond Trauma.

#119 Uncertainty Welcomes In Possibilities

The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz 119 features the paradoxical benefits to embracing uncertainty and staying present and open to possibilities.

#118 Self-Esteem Isn’t What You Think It Is

The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz 118 reveals that self-esteem is not really what we think. Mel explains what it is, what causes it, and how to shift our thinking to experience true self-worth.

Over-Simplifying Equals Dumbing Down

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Either / or thinking leads to stagnation, while embracing complexity brings clarity of thought. Read to discover how our relationships evolve once we free ourselves from the need to be right.