Moving through Resistance at the Level of Teams and Groups – with Charlotte Fox Weber

Marcus Druen interviews Charlotte Fox Weber, originally published at

1 hour 12 minutes 49 seconds

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In this episode I am speaking with Charlotte Fox-Weber. Charlotte is a Psychotherapist who practices with individuals and couples as well as with teams. She is the co-founder of Examined Life, a collective of therapists committed to innovation in the theory and practice of psychotherapy. Prior to that she was the founding head of psychotherapy at the school of Life, the iconic brand and platform founded by Alan de Botton, one of my favourite contemporary philosopher and writer.

Charlotte did her psychotherapy training at the Tavistock & Portman Trust, the Institute of Psychoanalysis, WPF, and Regent’s University.

We explore typical patterns of resistance in teams, how to deal with diverse levels of awareness of people’s own resistance to change, the fear of failure and self doubt in teams and much more. Charlotte gives some practical advice to our podcast personas, Michael and Michaela, on how to move through resistance within the teams they are part of or are leading.

You will hopefully also feel inspired to follow my Call to Action (CTA) – or homework if you like – which comes right after the conversation with Charlotte at the end of this episode (you can check the chapter notes in your app for precise time – if you need a re-listen to take notes).


Connect with Charlotte on LinkedIN

Her innovative Psychotherapy Practice

The School of Life

Alain de Botton (founder of The School of Life and one of my favourite living philosophers)

Featured Image added by Enlivening Edge Magazine. Image by Maike und Björn Bröskamp from Pixabay 

Republished with permission.