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Six Pixels of Separation Podcast


Oct 22, 2023

Welcome to episode #902 of Six Pixels of Separation - The ThinkersOne Podcast.

Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation - The ThinkersOne Podcast - Episode #902. A seasoned psychotherapist, an eloquent writer, and a captivating speaker, Charlotte Fox Weber wears multiple hats with an effortless grace that captures the zeitgeist of the emotionally complex world we navigate (and how we think about ourselves and our deepest desires). Here's why Charlotte should be on your radar: Her new book, Tell Me What You Want - A Therapist and Her Clients Explore Our 12 Deepest Desires, is a linchpin in understanding the enigmatic art of human connection to ourselves (and to each other). In a generation awash with self-help books and quick-fix therapies, Tell Me What You Want cuts through the clutter. It steers clear of empty jargon and psychological platitudes, delivering a more grounded and poignant message: It's okay to be a work-in-progress... it's more than okay to be imperfect, and our world isn't all that open to this (see: Beauty filters). Charlotte's book and work with people on the couch is a journey into the labyrinthine corridors of the human mind and heart, asking probing questions and offering not exact answers, but powerful perspectives. Charlotte synthesizes years of clinical practice and academic rigor into a narrative that is deeply reflective and accessible to those who have (and have not) done the self-work. Where Charlotte truly excels, is in her ability to make psychotherapy relatable and demystified. If you're a skeptic who's ever wondered why anyone would pay to talk, this conversation may just change your mind. If you're a firm believer in the therapeutic process, it will only affirm your convictions and possibly deepen your understanding and the work that you're doing. Charlotte truly has a unique way of making psychotherapy seem less like a daunting endeavor and more like an exciting exploration. Her candidness, married to her academic gravitas, makes for an intoxicating blend of intellect and accessibility. She makes you want to lean in, listen, and — most importantly — tell her (and yourself) what you really want. Enjoy the conversation...