Try A Couple’s Therapy Podcast For A Better Relationship

By BetterHelp Editorial Team|Updated April 12, 2022

In any relationship, even those thought to be the healthiest, couples are bound experience conflict from time to time. Conflict is natural and can even be healthy if you choose to manage it in a healthy way. However, knowing how to manage conflict and difficulty in a healthy way to overcome relationship issues may often be where couples start to feel stuck, and may find they continue to have a cycle of the same issues or disagreements. This may be where couple's therapy can help. For couples looking to test the waters of couple’s therapy or those who may just want a bit of relationship advice, a couple’s therapy podcast can be a valuable resource that provides practical tips, strategies, and advice to overcome relationship issues, grow together, or improve your relationship.

Couple’s Therapy Podcasts To Try

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With so many available podcasts today, you may be unsure of where to begin. Whether you’re in a new relationship or a long-term one, on the search for new love or working through a breakup, there may be a couple’s therapy podcast that can teach you something new or show you a new perspective on things. If you're interested in trying a couple's therapy podcast, here are some of the most highly rated relationship podcasts available that may be able to help you have a better relationship.

Where Should We Begin

Hosted by Esther Perel, a well-known couple’s therapist, Where Should We Begin shares real counseling sessions with real couples who reveal personal, intimate, and often complicated issues they have in their relationships while Perel provides practical strategies and guidance to overcome these challenges. This podcast can give you an in-depth glimpse into couple’s therapy and may be great for those who are interested in trying it but are unsure of what it’s all about. With episodes discussing a variety of topics from creating healthy boundaries and overcoming infidelity to navigating new relationships and exploring one’s sexuality, there is likely to be an episode that really resonates with you and your relationship needs.

That Relationship Show

Hosted by Naomi Rather and Deborah Curtis, That Relationship Show is a podcast that shares conversations with expert relationship therapists who share what their years of experience working with couples has taught them. This podcast dives into a wide range of relationship issues, providing insight and a fresh perspective on issues you may be currently experiencing in your relationship.

Modern Love

Originally a popular New York Times column, Modern Love has since evolved into a TV show, three books, and now a podcast. In this relatable podcast on modern romance and relationships, host Anna Martin shares authentic stories and conversations about love in every form from real people regarding their complex love lives.

Rewilding Love

Creators of the Rewilding Love podcast and transformative coaches, Angus & Rohini Ross believe too many good relationships fail due to so many couples believing they can’t overcome issues within their relationship. 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, expectations, and conflict to encourage couples to find ways to overcome them. If you are experiencing difficulties overcoming conflicts in your relationship, this may be a podcast that offers the right support.

The Couples Therapist Couch

Hosted by licensed marriage and family therapist Shane Birkel, this podcast is 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 and become better relationship therapists.

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.

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 many singles today may find to be 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 dating or keeping a relationship, this may be the podcast for you.

The Endless Honeymoon

Hosts and married comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher provide relationship advice to callers with the help of expert guests while also exploring their own personal relationship issues, as well as current events. The episodes are relatable to modern day romance and have a healthy balance of advice and humor that many listeners may find welcoming.

Love Letters

Boston Globe advice columnist Meredith Goldstein and host of the Love Letters podcast delves into a single theme each season, each of which revolves around love and relationships. Each episode, she shares intimate interviews with guests, practical advice and relatable stories, and her own personal experiences with love based on the theme of the season, all of which are intended to help individuals navigate their own relationships and love life.

Sex With Emily

Emily Morse, sex therapist, author, MasterClass instructor, and host of Sex With Emily shares her expert advice on all things relationships and sex in this podcast. Morse’s mission is 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 to every gender identity, making every talk inclusive and comfortable for anyone and everyone who wants to learn more about sex.

I Do: Relationship Advice

Hosted 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. Every episode interviews a new relationship expert who shares their knowledge and wisdom on how to build a healthy and happy relationship and overcome relationship issues.

What Healthy Couples Know That You Don’t

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

Savage Lovecast

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

Dating Straight

Hosted by Amy and Jack, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, Dating Straight offers authentic advice and guidance on LGBTQIA+ relationships, heterosexual relationships, and everything in between while interviewing expert guests. The practical advice on this podcast is not only educational but also fun. Whether you’re navigating a new relationship or trying to recover from a breakup, Dating Straight is likely to inspire you and teach you something new while also making you laugh. While the show was recently canceled, there is still a notable catalog of past episodes you can listen to.

Multiamory

From open marriages to polyamorous relationships, the Multiamory podcast explores modern relationships and topics that may often be misunderstood and offers expert advice and support to help you navigate them and broaden your 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.

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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.

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 incredibly helpful. In this podcast, host Laura Yates offers empowering advice and strategies to 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 shouldn’t be a substitute for professional therapy. A licensed therapist can offer support and guidance for your unique relationship needs. If you seek the convenience of a couple’s therapy podcast but feel you may need extra support, online therapy may be right for you.

BetterHelp is an online therapy platform that can match you with a licensed therapist who can best support your individual relationship needs. In addition, BetterHelp is dedicated to mental health podcast resources, even creating a podcast devoted to mental health: Getting Better: Stories of Mental Health.

BetterHelp can provide practical tools and advice to help you build a strong foundation for a better relationship. If you would like to improve your relationship or need relationship advice, reach out to BetterHelp to talk to a licensed therapist who can help.

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