Radical Advice

About Radical Advice

Each week, San Francisco psychotherapist Lily Sloane, along with featured guests, answers some of life’s tough questions. But they won’t just tell you how to get along better with your mother in law. They’ll talk about the role of patriarchy, sexism, capitalism, racism, and other kinds of oppression in our day to day personal struggles and what we need to do to fight the forces that keep us down.

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  • San Francisco couples therapist, Annie Schuessler, helps Lily answer some listener relationship question.

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  • In this special Halloween Radical Advice Zara Zimbardo, professor at California Institute of Integral Studies and co-founder of The White Noise Collective tells us about what…

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  • San Francisco artist, personal trainer, and body positivity activist Heather Robinson and I discuss body image, therapy, fitness, and career. www.bodyjustice.org

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  • San Francisco psychotherapist Olga Rocklin and Lily discuss the use of mindfulness and some of the not so great uses of mindfulness.

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  • Brian Thompson returns so we can answer more questions and call his mom!

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  • San Francisco based Marriage and Family Therapy Intern Jessica Brown and I talk about self care and setting boundaries with family members and much much more!

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  • San Francisco psychotherapist Tiffany McLain talks about outsiders and we answer some vital questions like "how do I stop bottling up my emotions and then blowing…

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  • Marcelo tells his story of being an immigrant from Brazil and a gay man.

  • Rajani Venkatraman Levis is a psychotherapist, writer, and educator in San Francisco. Today's episode focused on issues of race, structural oppression, and how that can show…

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  • San Francisco psychotherapist Stacey McGuirl, MFT and talk therapy and music and improvise songs to our listeners' questions.

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