Mel Schwartz, LCSW

#133 Possibility and Quantum Physics

The Possibility Podcast #133 is another bonus episode, this time featuring Mel Schwartz in conversation with Christian de la Huerta from the Leaders Transforming Global Consciousness Summit 2022.

#132 Quantum Physics and Psychotherapy

The Possibility Podcast #132 is a bonus episode featuring Mel Schwartz in conversation with Dwight Hurst on The Broken Brain podcast.

#130 The Rewards of Positive Aging

Embracing the rewards of aging can quite literally help keep us young in every way save the chronological. Learn the advantages and benefits of positive aging to help you achieve this healthy perspective.

#126 The Pathway to Your Change Process

Episode 126 of the Possibility Podcast presents a new way of approaching how to change the direction of your life through willful intention.

Igniting Your Change Process

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You might not get to live life over, but you can change your life from this moment forward if you like… but how? Learn the techniques to break free from your personal status quo.

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.

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.

#115 Being True to Yourself

In The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz 115, Mel provides an introduction to the themes of his next book, Uncommon Sense: How to Live a Fearless Life.

#109 Over-Simplifying Equals Dumbing Down

The Possibility Podcast 109 compares the overly simplistic “either-or” Western mindset with the fluid, possibility-rich reality quantum physics describes.

#104 The Perils of Progress

The Possibility Podcast with Mel Schwartz #104 asks: are we progressing in our humanity as quickly as we progress in other, more material, ways?