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Ironically, in this era of Social Media, people are feeling more isolated and disconnected than ever. Groups like the team at ‘Be That’ are looking to change this, encouraging Australians to connect face to face and begin real conversations.
‘Be That’ has assembled a crew of Clinical Psychologists to develop relevant resources to encourage people to gather together and connect through intentional and empowering conversations. The Be That TV Show, created in partnership with ACCTV, shares the real stories of individuals, couples and families who have journeyed through bondage to freedom and inspire others that they too can overcome challenges.
Topics are discussed with host Jo Bouris, and regular panellist, Clinical Psychologist, Sarah Harriott. Two guests are welcomed to the couch, who speak hope, life and encouragement through their personal experience. Viewers can then access the topic resources and corresponding questions to start their own journey to understanding and healing: ‘Be that’ person they were designed to be.
We live in a world that is increasingly accessible, & interconnected via the internet & social media. We all have this inherent desire to belong & be understood. But we also have insecurities & past experiences that cloud our perception.
Today’s conversation explores "Conquering the Bogus Story". Discover that we all have our own version of a Bogus Story, to identify the ways it can impact our lives and explore how we can challenge it!
Mental health is an issue that affects everyone. We meet two amazing Aussie men who've had very different experiences with mental health, but share similar journeys, having found the courage to reach out and talk about their emotions.
What does it mean to be ‘The Provider’ in the context of family? Be That thinks it’s worth reconsidering. Beneath the surface of it all, does it requires a lot more vulnerability and availability than we’ve been accustomed to?
The transition from childhood to adulthood is inevitable, but have we lost the art of growing up? Do young people lack the guidance they need to navigate this change? The team discuss tools needed to embrace this shift of responsibility.
There are days we’d rather forget. We start off intending to be the best version of ourselves, only to find we’re behaving less & less like we’d hoped. This episode explores ‘Setting the Tone’ & how to retain it during the daily hustle.
Busy parents juggling marriage, children and work are offered plenty of advice about finding & perfecting balance, but actually achieving it can seem an impossible task. Learn to identify and pursue the balance that’s right for your family.
Facing a major loss can be life altering & require acceptance of what is called 'a New Normal'. This discussion will explore how a significant challenge can be worked through to establish a meaningful New Normal.
With divorce rates higher than ever, it’s apparent that people’s needs aren’t being met. Time with each other is vital to maintain ongoing intimacy. However, it’s easy to overlook that time apart is just as valuable.
This episode points a lens at the importance of seeing love as something you learn and not just feel; and that understanding the various and valid ways love is needed and expressed can help to create a deeper, more satisfying marriage.
Join with Jo Bouris, the host of Be That as she looks back on the first twelve episodes of Be That.
Through season one we’ve had the honor to open up some incredible conversations on our program with our guests. What a privilege it’s been hearing their stories from some of the most painful and i...