By Hana Michels
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A father and daughter team sit down to give professional (and less than professional) mental healthcare to standups and other LA performers. For entertainment purposes only. Barry Michels is a therapist and acclaimed co-author of The Tools, Hana Michels is a comedian and writer.
||ExplicitEpisode 3: Vanessa Gritton||The team sits down with Vanessa Gritton to talk about marriage and comedy. Plus, Barry is appalled by Yahoo answers||3/4/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 2: Brock Wilbur||The hosts bring on LA standup comedian and screenwriter Brock Wilbur to share his thoughts and feelings. Hana interrupts Brock's therapy, plus Barry doesn't know who Nicki Minaj is.||1/23/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 1: Meet The Team||Meet the Hosts! Barry and Hana introduce themselves as therapist and result-of-therapist, lay out goals for the podcast, and miss a high-five.||1/23/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
This is an exciting concept!
I listen to too many podcasts. Free Therapy may be the interesting concept I’ve come across. I’m rooting for you!
*Not* just another comedy podcast.
There are a ton of funny podcasts out there. But this is a totally different concept. What happens if you drop a comedian into a therapy session, with another comedian in the room—and the therapist happens that second comedian's father? This is a really original idea and I'm looking forward to new episodes.
Funny and Real.
Out of all the podcasts I listen to, this has one of the most unique concepts I have ever seen. Hana is funny, honest and knows just when to let her guests open up as well as perfect comedic timing. Barry is not only a great co-host but a fantastic therapist in that he keeps the guests open but never uncomfortable. Very entertaining, very real, it’s a must.