“Well, that could’ve gone better…” Ever leave a session wondering where things went off the rails or what you might’ve done differently? 

Meet your new best friends Carrie Wiita and Ben Fineman, co-hosts of Very Bad Therapy! They dropped by to discuss their show and managed to turn the tables on yours truly with questions of their own!

VBT teases out the woulda, coulda, shoulda moments from some of the worst in-real-life therapy session stories that Carrie and Ben have ever heard. But they’re not here to dish out blame-and-shame. Instead, they offer enlightened, empathetic course correction within a safe space, allowing vulnerability and professionalism to co-exist. If you’ve ever listened to a cringe-worthy therapy tale and thought ‘Oh shit! I’ve done that, too!’, we’re here for you.

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Very Bad Therapy gives voice to the stories that begin with an exasperated “You would not believe what happened with my therapist.” Weekly episodes explore real-life stories of very bad therapy experiences as hosts Carrie Wiita and Ben Fineman seek to learn from diverse guests and experts in the field who help shed light on how things could have gone better. Supported by scientific research and a mission to bring out the best in psychotherapy through discussion of its worst moments, Very Bad Therapy is a corrective emotional experience for clinicians and clients alike.

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MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

Scott Miller, PhD.

Ben Caldwell’s Psychotherapy Notes


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