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Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
 
Topics on the science of psychotherapy and psychology hosted by the editors of The Science of Psychotherapy magazine. This podcast covers the neuroscience, neurobiology, biology, sociology, brain science, and even the quantum and metaphysical elements that affect our mental well being and how understanding these elements informs the psychotherapist and psychologist.
 
These podcasts will we hope give some enlightenment for people who want to regain themselves from the inside out. It is not theoretical, it's not heady, actually it is from the grass roots level of our perception. We will be in subsequent podcasts answer any questions people might have in regards to psychotherapy or psychotherapy sessions.Just email us at psychotherapyballinderry@gmail.com with any questions you might like to ask and we will try to cover them in future podcasts.Namaste
 
This podcast is devoted to topics on psychotherapy, contemporary psychoanalysis, and psychodynamic therapy methods, as well as social issues. A new episode is published every Friday. Recommended readings can be found attached to each respective episode. Website: https://www.psy-cast.org
 
Season Two - The Quest. With special focus on the evolving crises of the 21st century. The search for vision in our times. An exploration of great visionaries who have shaped our history and contemporary world. Season One - Psychotherapy: Jungian Approach to Healing. This explores the healing of emotional wounds. Going beyond traditional trainings - of great value to those interested in this field. Illustration is by LINDSEY HARRIS, Jungian Analyst. It is the front cover of the book "The Sow ...
 
New Day Vitality Psychotherapy is a private practice located in Westchester NY and Bronx NY, with Founder and Director Colette Lopane Capella. New Day Vitality Psychotherapy offers individual, group, couples and family therapy. We are excited to bring this podcast to the public. We will be offering fun, informative, motivational and inspiring podcasts. We welcome you! Clopanetherapy.com Colette Lopane Capella, LMHC, Reiki Practitioner Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newdayvitality/su ...
 
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Daniel is a teacher and practitioner of practical animism who specializes in ancestral and family healing and in helping folks learn to relate well with the rest of life. His recent ancestors are settler-colonialists to Pennsylvania and Ohio from England, Germany, and Ireland. He is a doctor of psychology, marriage and family therapist, amateur nat…
 
We were fortunate to catch up with neuropsychologist Dr Aldrich Chan who has recently released his new book Reassembling Models of Reality: Theory and Clinical Practice (published by W. W. Norton & Co). In this book, and in our conversation, Dr Chan examines our experience of how reality is assembled in our minds and how this knowledge can inform o…
 
This episode considers our emergence as a species and the deep entanglement with technology from the beginning especially its interaction with the changing genetic structure and therefore with developing consciousness of the homo genus or lineage. Technologies also alter human identity by deeply influencing the psychology of distinct periods of the…
 
Hi everyone, Ah isn't it good to be here on a Saturday afternoon. This weeks subject is thanks to Julie who asked for more information about Self Compassion and Resilience in the face of Adversity. Well Julie I hope I have given you some further understanding in this area. Oh in case I forget for anyone who is interested there is an hour of discuss…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Anxiety disorders are among the most common psychological problems for which people seek out psychotherapy. At the same time, anxiety is a feeling that everyone knows and everyone has suffered from—some more, some less. But at what point does anxiety become an illness? This episode explores the question of how anxie…
 
Dr. Bryan Nichols and Dr. Medria Connolly had collaborated for several decades when their discovery of Ta-Nehisi Coates shifted the course of their work to making the psychological case for reparations to the descendants of African-American slaves. As psychologists of color, they were intimately aware of the ghosts that haunt our society, even with…
 
In the last episode, we talked about the first two stages of the hero’s journey. In this episode, I will focus on the path of the hero as it specifically applies to mental health professionals. I will discuss exactly what those are and how these are areas in our core being that simply cannot be faked. The areas we will be discussing require the her…
 
Hi everyone, Welcome to Series 3.....would you believe it. Thanks to Vera who was our listener that suggested this topic and who wanted to know a little bit more. I do hope that I have given you something to start with. I really do appreciate everyone who has sent in their thoughts, suggestions and ideas. These Podcast would not be happening withou…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:The world is a stage—the couch too? So many scenes, sometimes even true dramas, play out in our minds. In everyday life we slip into the most diverse roles; the two protagonists we call patient and therapist are no exception. This episode deals with how, within the therapeutic setting, our unconscious sets the stage…
 
We catch up once again with Michael Yapko who's released his 16th book! This one, Process-Orientated Hypnosis: Focusing on the Forest, Not the Trees, is a fantastic framework for therapists of all types. For more details about Michael, his book, his app, and more, go to the landing page for this episode. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulous…
 
Jung dijo que el origen de todo su trabajo radica en los años en que persiguió las imágenes internas, cuando el inconsciente lo inundó y amenazó con quebrarlo. Lo que descubrió en su descenso al inconsciente fueron los gnósticos. Este espíritu fue el que habló a través de él. El siguiente grupo de episodios explorará cómo los gnosticos son componen…
 
Tim Desmond is a psychotherapist, author, Distinguished Faculty Scholar at Antioch University New England, and student of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Founder of Peer Collective, and co-founder of Morning Sun Mindfulness Center, he lives in Alstead, NH, and teaches mindfulness and self-compassion practices audiences around the world. His publication…
 
Hi everyone, Would you believe it this is Episode 20 the last episode of our Podcasts of the second series and before you get too upset yes we are continuing to series 3 next week. I would like to tell you that I am so grateful for all the suggestions, ideas and comments from this series and series one. I really appreciate the time you take not jus…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Is there evidence for the effectiveness of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic-based therapy methods? For which forms of illness is it suitable? In this episode we present significant findings from research on psychoanalytic psychotherapy and address the question of whether the effectiveness of psychoanalysis is scien…
 
Of the ten horsemen of the apocalypse, the pandemic, the financial and economic crises have been described. The technological crisis is now examined, in particular the relationship between technology and our consciousness, a matter of enormous importance to our own age. This will take more than one episode. This espisode will have a number of items…
 
Once again we catch up with Dr Paul J Leslie to talk more about creating a magical session and his new course on this very topic. To get access to his course CLICK HERE For more information and the landing page for this issue CLICK HERE. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option…
 
Hi everyone, Here is the conclusion of the Inner Voice. I do hope it has given you a start as to what that Inner voice of yours may be saying or trying to say to you. Remember the most important thing about the inner voice is to listen and to communicate with both yourself and someone you can trust. If you feel like sending me any suggestions, idea…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Psychoanalysis is an exotic resident in the house of science. A wide variety of disciplines have borrowed from it, from neuroscience to the social sciences, to art and literature. At the same time, it has often been confronted with the accusation of being unscientific. We will dedicate two episodes of our podcast to…
 
Today we talk with Dr Louis Cozolino about educating psychotherapists and a couple of books freshly released from his publisher W W Norton & Co. Dr Cozolino is a regular contributor and good friend of The Science of Psychotherapy and it was great to catch up with him once again. To learn more about Dr Cozolino's new books and other things he's up t…
 
It’s impossible to watch the news without witnessing the horrors sustained by people of color in America. The psychological traumas take a physical toll as well. Never has that been more clear than the covid-19 pandemic which has lowered African-American lifespan more than any other group of people. Ashley McGirt is a therapist and educator who wor…
 
Hi everyone, Here is part 2 of a three part subject the Inner Voice. We all I hope are beginning to question where ours is at within us. The inner voice is a must listen to part of us that gives us the inner where with all around how we feel and what our true selves looks like from its perspective. Please feel free to contact me if you have any que…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Everyone has probably wondered to themselves: "Why did I just do that?" or even, "Why did my partner actually behave like that?" The ability to relate and interpret one's own actions and behavior, and that of another person, to mental states is called the ability to mentalize. In some people it is well developed, wh…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we will be doing a deep dive into duloxetine, a serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI). In part one of this two-part series, we will cover the history of SNRIs as well as mechanisms of action, cytochrome P450 issues, side effects, and contraindications to consider when prescribing duloxetine and this c…
 
Today on Explorations in Psychotherapy, we are welcoming IFS counselor, teacher, and author, Mr. Robert Falconer. Robert earned his undergraduate degree in cultural anthropology, with a focus on the history of religions. In the early 1980s, he pursued his Master’s degree in psychology. In his career as a therapist, Robert spent considerable time at…
 
Financial collapses have been at the heart of all major economic crises of capitalism and examples from the 1890s and 1990s are given, observing that they are growing in intensity and frequency. Examples from early presidents of the United States, Jefferson and Jackson, are given, both of whom spoke loudly against banking interests believing that t…
 
Hi everyone, Good to see so many people passing on these podcasts. Thank you all so much I really appreciate it. I want to thank all of you who emailed me this week as this weeks subject comes from all of your emails. So I hope I have given you a start.....this week is part one and I'll give part two next week as there is too much to say on this su…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:What constitutes our inner mental life is in large part based on our early relationship experiences. This principle of psychoanalytic thinking becomes particularly clear in the concept of attachment. Attachment describes the existential experience of emotional resonance and reassurance in relationships—or its fatefu…
 
There are several disorders so branded with taboo, stigma, and legal consequences that they are almost never diagnosed and very little research has been done on them. These patients are literally seen by every specialty, often without knowing it, and without a good solution. I am hoping this podcast brings awareness to this important topic and give…
 
Between Us returns with Dr. Usha Tummala-Narra, an author and professor of counseling at Boston College. Dr. Tummala-Narra is our first guest in a series of interviews that ask the question, “Does psychotherapy address what is happening in the news?” Psychoanalysis has not always welcomed issues of culture and diversity. She believes there are theo…
 
Today we talk to Dr Pat Ogden, whom many of you in the trauma field will be familiar with. She's been on the leading edge of somatic trauma therapy for years and her Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® has been a wonderful addition to the trauma therapists intervention options. We loved catching up with Pat, getting a little bit of history, and talking abo…
 
En este episodio se describen los siguientes puntos de la psicología junguiana: La relación entre el terapeuta y el paciente. La importancia relativa no absoluta de la transferencia. Imaginación activa: la relación directa y creativa con figuras del inconsciente. Terminología esotérica junguiana y tradiciones de sabiduría: Opus, Telos, Nigredo, Hie…
 
Hello again everyone, Thank you for all your ideas and suggestions we really appreciate the time you took to send them in. This weeks episode which is our 14th of the second series is a on subject that we all would like a little in our lives - SILENCE So if you think others would like a taste please do not hesitate to pass it on to them. We all nee…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:"Should I really do it—or should I rather not?" In many situations, we are at odds with ourselves, want to have our cake and eat it too, or are two minds—or even more?—about something. Conflicts determine our coexistence with other people, but also our inner mental life. The subject of this episode is: why conflicts…
 
Today we talk to psychotherapist, educator and author Dr Sharie Coombs about children, the books she's written for them and children in the this time of lock-downs in the pandemic. For links and more information about Dr Coombs go to the landing page for this episode! Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast p…
 
Hi Everyone, Thank you so much for all you suggestions and ideas we really appreciate the time you took to send them in. This weeks episode was asked for by Joe who wanted a little information around Isolation. I do hope I have covered everything that you were looking for. If any of you know someone that it might help please feel free to forward it…
 
Firstly. some key terminology is explained, such as Financialization, Quantitative Easing, Moral Hazard, Price discovery, Gosbankification, Zombies, Gales of Creative Destruction, The Danger of Debt. Secondly, a coherent narrative is given that is comprehensible to non-specialists concerning the recent history and likely future development of this …
 
This is our first of a series called "The Science of Us" where we explore some of the most interesting topics in the mental health arena. Today we look at the relationship between addiction and attachment - an emerging paradigm that is changing the way we conceptualize and treat addictive behavior. For more information please visit the landing page…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:"That’s something that I’ve done? I don’t to remember that at all!"The word repression has made a career for itself: even in our everyday language we speak of repressed feelings and memories. But what is it really all about? Is it true that one can really completely repress basic experiences? What role does repressi…
 
“The Hero’s Journey” entails several predictable steps of leaving and returning transformed. Striving towards one’s heroic possibilities and unfolding one’s potentials is deeply pleasurable. Realizing that our narratives can be seen as part of a journey can encourage these pleasurable aspirational attempts and reframe hardships. This concept of The…
 
Hi everyone, This weeks subject comes from a person in the USA and I do hope I am able to give some insights into it. I would hope that although it may not be where you are right now if you know anyone that you think might benefit from it please fee free to pass it on. It only take one person to trigger a change in someone else or at least give the…
 
Today we go to England to talk to the President of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis and his work teaching at the London School of Clinical Communication and Hypnosis. See our podcast landing page for more information. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option to review a…
 
Hi everyone, Welcome back to the 11th episode. This weeks theme was asked for by way of trying to understand Romantic relationships coming up to Valentines day. I hope it is of benefit to some if not all and if you are not in a relationship don't worry you will be (unless to choose not to) and therefore it might give you an idea of what type of par…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:They are among the central terms of psychoanalysis: transference and countertransference. While at the same time, they describe something that every person experiences in daily life; for transference always takes place when we enter into relationships with others. In this episode you will learn what is meant by this…
 
We've been away for a month writing a book, but now we are back and ready to take on 2021. Thanks for joining us on The Science of Psychotherapy podcast, and we are looking forward to a great year with lots of interesting guests and lots of great science of psychotherapy. Today we check in, catch up, and chat a bit about some genetics research and …
 
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