17 Couple’s Therapy Podcasts To Try

Updated December 27, 2022by BetterHelp Editorial Team

Have you been experiencing conflict in your relationship and wondering if one of the many couple’s therapy podcasts out there are helpful? If so, you’re not alone. Many people have questions about relationships and couples therapy or just want to listen to what relationship experts have to say about love, sex, conflict, and how to grow together. 

While couple's therapy can be highly effective, some people aren’t necessarily interested in therapy. For these couples, a couple’s therapy podcast can be a valuable tool to hear about what other couples experience and listen to strategies and tips offered by counselors, therapists, and relationship experts. Below is a list of 19 couple’s therapy podcasts to try.

Couple’s Therapy Podcasts To Try

Discover 17 Couple’s Therapy Podcasts.

1. Where Should We Begin?

Where Should We Begin? can give you an in-depth glimpse into couple’s therapy. It may be great for those who are interested in trying therapy but are unsure of what it’s all about. Hosted by therapist Esther Perel, this podcast features real couples discussing a variety of topics, from creating healthy boundaries and overcoming infidelity to navigating new relationships and exploring sexuality.

2. That Relationship Show

Hosted by couples counselors Naomi and Deb, That Relationship Show dives into a wide range of relationship topics. They also bring in guest therapists to provide insight and a fresh perspective on concerns you may be experiencing in your relationship.

3. Modern Love

Originally the name of a popular New York Times column, Modern Love has since evolved into a TV show, three books, and now a podcast. Modern Love is hosted by Anna Martin and delves into the relationship questions of real people. Episode titles include Your Weirdest Dates, How To Learn My Love Language, and How to Find the One.

4. Rewilding Love

The creators of the Rewilding Love podcast, Angus & Rohini Ross, believe many good relationships fail due to couples believing they can’t overcome problems. Rewilding Love dives into common relationship issues and provides tools and strategies for managing a variety of difficulties many couples face, such as low moods, emotional reactivity, and conflict. If you are experiencing difficulties overcoming conflicts in your relationship, this may be a podcast that offers the right support.

5. Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy features the two self-described “unlicensed entertainers”: Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman. They speak with a variety of comics and actors about their love lives. Colton Haynes joined them in one sober fun episode, and Brandon Scott Jones joined them on another occasion.

6. The Couples Therapist Couch

The Couples Therapist Couch is a podcast hosted by licensed marriage and family therapist Shane Birkel. It’s intended for practicing couple’s therapists, relationship coaches, and marriage counselors. The Couples Therapist Couch invites other experts on the show, and together they provide education, practical guidance, and a fresh perspective for professionals in the field to be able to connect and help support their clients.

7. Black Love Matters

Hosted by Niram and Niambi, Black Love Matters is a podcast created to support love and relationships within the BIPOC community. Episodes range from comical and lighthearted to raw and authentic and cover a range of relationship topics and issues relevant to people of color.

8. Why Won’t You Date Me?

Hosted by Nicole Byer, a single woman trying to navigate love and dating in our modern world, Why Won’t You Date Me? is a relationship and comedy podcast that many singles today may find refreshing and relatable. In this podcast, Byer invites guests to explore a range of topics related to life and love while she works through her own dating mistakes. If you find you have a difficult time with dating or keeping a relationship, this may be the podcast for you.

9. The Endless Honeymoon

Hosts and married comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher are a real life couple providing relationship advice to callers with the help of expert guests while also exploring their own relationship. You may find the episodes relatable to modern day romance, with a balance of advice, humor, and storytelling.

 10. Love Letters

In Love Letters, Meredith Goldstein, an advice columnist with The Boston Globe, delves into a single theme each season, each of which revolves around love and relationships. 

11.  Sex With Emily

Hosted by Dr. Emily Morse, Sex With Emily aims to liberate the conversation around sex and pleasure, removing the stigma that often surrounds it. Her episodes address a wide range of topics, exploring listeners’ questions and relationship concerns while offering practical advice and tips. The topics cover people of every gender identity, making every talk inclusive and comfortable for anyone who wants to learn more about sex.

12.  I Do Podcast

Created by married couple Chase and Sarah Kosterlitz, this podcast offers guidance and practical advice intended to inspire and motivate young couples to create happy and fulfilling relationships. 

13.  What Healthy Couples Know That You Don’t

Hosted by psychotherapist Rhoda Sommer, who has 35 years of experience working with couples, this podcast aims to offer practical advice on what it takes to create a healthy relationship, how to build trust and overcome common relationship conflicts, and how to build a stronger connection in a real life relationship. 

14.  Savage Lovecast

In this insightful podcast, popular advice columnist Dan Savage hosts a celebrity or an expert guest on each episode. They answer love, sex, and relationship questions, explore relationship issues, and discuss politics and current events.

15.  Queerbait (Formerly Dating Straight)

Hosted by Amy and Jack, who live in Los Angeles and New York City, respectively, this podcast features two best friends telling love stories, advice, and gossip.

 16. Multiamory

From open marriages to polyamorous relationships, the Multiamory podcast explores modern relationships and topics that may often be misunderstood. It also offers expert advice and support to help listeners navigate relationships and broaden their perspectives on love and relationships. For individuals in relationships that others may find unconventional, this podcast is filled with like-minded people in similar relationships and may be a great source of support and guidance.

Discover 17 Couple’s Therapy Podcasts.

17. ONE Extraordinary Marriage

In this podcast, married couple, best-selling authors, and relationship coaches Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo focus on how to build trust, create intimacy, and strengthen communication for a stronger, happier marriage. In the ONE Extraordinary Marriage podcast, the hosts discuss a variety of relationship issues and offer practical advice and strategies to help married couples make a change in their relationship and improve their marriage.

 18. The Bounce Back

For those experiencing a breakup, recovering from infidelity, or overcoming anger related to a past partner, The Bounce Back podcast may be helpful. In this podcast, host Laura Yates aims to offer empowering advice and strategies to help people bounce back from hurt and live a happier and more fulfilled life.

When To See A Therapist

While a couple’s therapy podcast can be a great resource for individuals to explore various topics and gain knowledge on how to improve their relationship, it may not always be a substitute for professional therapy. It may help to talk to a licensed therapist who can offer support and guidance for your unique relationship needs. If you don’t like the idea of going to a therapist’s office, you might try online therapy, which has been proven to be just as effective as in-person therapy. With BetterHelp, you can speak with a therapist completely online, and you can message them via in-app messaging if you have questions in between sessions. 

Takeaway

If you have questions or concerns related to relationships, you don’t have to navigate them alone. With BetterHelp, you can be matched with a licensed therapist with experience counseling couples or individuals about relationship questions. Take the first step and reach out to BetterHelp to talk to a licensed therapist. 

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