Stutz Watch Along

Were you as excited as I was to learn that Jonah Hill was making a documentary about his therapist? I read an interview where Jonah Hill said the inspiration behind the project was that therapy helped him, and he wanted to pass that along to more people.

I hope I have made clients feel that way, but I also hope that none of them ever ask to make a movie about me. I like attention, but only in very specific doses.

The film is rated R. I curse a little bit in my commentary. You’ve been warned.

Anyway, I recorded my thoughts as I watched the documentary so that you can watch it with me! It’s like DVD bonus commentary. Below is the audio – when you hear me say “Here we go,” press play.

This was originally going to be a live tweet, but this way my readers who don’t use Twitter can participate. Certainly feel free to share your thoughts, though I’m on a social media break this month and probably won’t see them. (Oh also, I scheduled a bunch of tweets before I logged off for my break, so just disregard the “X time until the live tweet” or just do it without me. Twitter shut down dual authentication so I couldn’t log in even if I wanted to.)

I uploaded to SoundCloud. Click here to listen, or use the player below if I embedded correctly.

*Stutz movie poster is shared here under the Fair Use Act. Netflix retains all rights to the image.

Published by Dr Marschall

Dr. Amy Marschall received her Psy.D. from the University of Hartford in September 2015. Her clinical interests are varied and include child and adolescent therapy, TF-CBT, rural psychology, telemental health, sexual and domestic violence, psychological assessment, and mental illness prevention. Dr. Marschall presently works in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic at Sioux Falls Psychological Services in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she provides individual and family therapy and psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and college students. She also facilitates an art therapy group for adolescents and college students with anxiety and depression. Dr. Amy Marschall is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telemental Health.

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