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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.
 
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.
 
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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An extensive list is explored of the changes in consciousness brought about by the development of capitalism. This includes: The removal from nature. A material view of the world. The increasingly rational and economic viewpoint. The abandonment of the religious outlook. More individualism, less individuation. An economic view of societal relations…
 
Maria Shaflender is a clinical nutritionist and a functional medicine practitioner who works with a naturopath and clinical hypnotherapist at True Foods Nutrition in Sydney, Australia. We had a chance to chat with Maria about a number of topics revolving around nutrition and mental wellness.Autor: Dahlitz Media
 
In Conscientiousness Part 1 we explored the sub-facets of conscientiousness, summarizing the advantages and disadvantages of each. For completeness, we will provide sources for that material as well as brief summaries of those sources. Today, in Part 2, we will focus largely on conscientiousness in daily life, psychopathology, and therapy.…
 
The changes in consciousness engendered by capitalism are outlined. But there is also a light of new vision in the modern age that seems as nothing as compared with the vast forces of global economic development, finance, industrialization, and information technology. These forces that have produced the contemporary alienated, rationalised, increas…
 
Richard Hill talks about his mentor the late Ernest Rossi. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an option to review at the bottom of the main page for the podcast - after the list of available episodes) - Here's a link for iTunes. Thanks for listening! Support this show by subscribin…
 
In this episode, we continue our Big Five Personality Traits series by doing a deep dive into Conscientiousness. We'll look into studies that show how low conscientiousness increases mortality rate as well as positive aspects of high conscientiousness. We also explore the 6 domains, genetic factors, and different life stages of conscientiousness.…
 
Today we talk to André and Jeff Shinabarger about their book Love or Work: Is it possible to change the world, stay in love, and have a healthy family? This couple live in Atlanta where André is busy working as a physician assistant, mom of 2, co-founder of Gift Card Giver, and adviser to Jeff's business Plywood People. Jeff is a social entrepreneu…
 
The productive forces of the capitalism are immense and without precedent. The continually reshape the relationship between world powers, countries, regions, cities, classes, and individuals. It also has inherent, inbuilt tendencies towards crises and even collapse. As well as its transformative power these weaknesess are enumerated briefly in this…
 
En este podcast comenzamos a explorar las contribuciones de Jung a la psicoterapia. Examinaremos su visión de la estructura de la psique, su función intencional, sus mecanismos compensatorios y de autoequilibrio, el concepto de complejo, el proceso de individuación a partir de la persona y la sombra. En los siguientes podcasts continuaremos con la …
 
In this episode, we review studies on strength training, exercise, and depression from the last 2 years. It is well known that any form of exercise is beneficial for people with depressive symptoms, with strength training being most effective. Strength training can be both a treatment for patients with depression and a protective mechanism against …
 
Rick Miller is a clinical social worker in private practice in Boston and on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. The curriculum Rick developed (hypnotherapy with gay men including customized scripts) is used at The Milton Erickson Institute of Mexico City, Mexico, and National Autonomous University of Mexico, also in Mexico City. Drawing on his own exper…
 
In part 2 if the Big Five series we talk about how medications, such as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs), psychotherapy, and exercise can make an impact. Trial studies of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) have shown promise in the treatment of neuroticism. We also discuss the possible benefits…
 
Netflix has recently come under fire for its release of the French film "Cuties." While critics have praised the movie for exploring themes of the oversexualization of children, audience members are consistently appalled at the provocative situations that the 11-year-old characters are put through. In this episode, I discuss our culture's saturatio…
 
Today we focus on a conversation we had with Mitra Rashidian and Robert Jaffe - regular members of our Mastermind sessions at The Science of Psychotherapy. We pick up some of the conversation we had with them around addiction. To learn more about Mitra you can find her at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mitra_Rashidian and on social media here…
 
The EU engaged in a exaggerated expansion of its membership. It now creates vast debts in an attempt to bail out States, banks, and even economies. It seems a titanic enterprise. Umm, titanic? The very word strikes an ominous chord in trauma memory. Back in 1912 it was asked how the Titanic, the largest passenger ship of its day, could be sunk by a…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, we’ll be doing a deep-dive into nortriptyline, a lesser-talked about medication in psychopharmacology. We’ll cover a little about the history of tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) as well as the characteristics, side-effects, and indications to consider when prescribing this class of medication.…
 
We are back in Italy this week to talk to Fabio Sinibaldi, one of our regular contributors and an expert in mind-body therapy. Fabio and colleagues have done a remarkable job of finding both biological and psychological markers of change as they experiment with elements of therapy that are most effective. We talk to Fabio about the latest research …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have seemed to foster a “sub-epidemic” of suicidality and deteriorating mental health. Suicidal thoughts have spiked across every demographic due to the loss of connection to usual psychosocial supports, normal activities, and in a lot of cases, jobs, leading to significant financial stress. These stre…
 
We talk to Italian researchers and academics Mauro Cozzolino and Giovanna Celia about their work in mind-body interventions and how they have measured physiological changes as a result of simple therapies, even down to gene expression. For the links to things discussed today please go to the show notes and landing page for this episode here. Please…
 
The core problem of the European Union lies in its economic arrangements that, should they not be modified, will probably break apart the union as we currently know it. As well as the deep differences between EU member states there is a lack of economic flexibility that arises from adopting a common currency. The rigid maintenance of the Euro with …
 
Dr Scott D. Miller is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence, an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioral health services. In this interview Scott chats with Noel Bell about outcome measurement in counselling and psychotherapy and how to boost perform…
 
If you are a medical student or someone studying for a big exam, this episode is for you. We will first discuss the mental roadblocks that prevent students from performing at their top potential for exams. We also break down and outline some effective study strategies, and provide a sample day-by-day study plan for any 2nd year medical student prep…
 
Concentramos en los capítulos 8 y 9 de Recuerdos, Sueños, Pensamientos que cuentan primero, la historia de la construcción de su Torre. El escribe: Nos precipitamos impetuosamente hacia la novedad, impulsados por una creciente sensación de insuficiencia, insatisfacción e inquietud. Ya no vivimos de lo que tenemos, sino de promesas, ya no a la luz d…
 
Steven Hoskinson is the Founder, CEO and CCO (Chief Compassion Officer) of Organic Intelligence® (OI) and the nonprofit Organic Intelligence Outreach Institute. OI’s Human Empowerment And Resiliency Training (HEARTraining®) is an international personal and professional development training program using OI’s strengths-based, trauma-safe approach fo…
 
The conflicts and contradictions of the European Union are explained, in particular the manner in which its monetary policy breaks the treaties of the Union. Populists and nationalist reactions in the "north" are explained in this context. The episode ends with a poem by W.B.Yeats The Second Coming: Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falc…
 
Today we do something a little different and talk to Casey Pfluger and Amy-Rose Goodey who are creating a headset with a difference for use in neurofeedback and probably a host of other applications. If you are interested in learning more about what this entrepreneurial team are doing, go to Cortex Brain Technologies. Please leave a review! (Review…
 
We talk again to Dr Rebecca Mannis on the silver linings this pandemic is offering in the world of psychology and education. For more about Rebecca and some of the resources mentioned in the show please go to the landing page for this episode. Please leave a review! (Reviews are fabulously important to us! On your podcast player you should find an …
 
Understanding disorganized attachment as medical professionals is important because some patients have experienced trauma, or 2nd generation influences of trauma, which leads to this issue. As we continue to explore disorganized attachment and how we can help patients with this attachment style, it’s important to remember that this information prov…
 
Why do I juxtapose economic and financial theory, policy and practice on the one hand, and spiritual matters on the other. The answer is that it is only in theory and specialisms that such things are separated. In practice the human psyche consists of many parts, but it is a fundamental drive within us to unify them, to make ourselves whole instead…
 
Today we talk to Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry who is the director of the posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) research unit at the University of Western Ontario. She's also the co-author of ‘Healing the traumatized self: consciousness, neuroscience, treatment’ with Paul Frewen, and has published over 168 papers. We were very honour…
 
Recuerdos, Sueños, Pensamientos, el más accesible y popular de los escritos de Jung, sirve de introducción inspiradora al turbulento mundo interior que subyace al exterior burgués de un visionario extraordinario. Aquí, en esta breve charla, seleccioné aquellos detalles que ilustran mi tesis principal: a saber, que Jung luchó intensamente con sus pr…
 
Genetics, the basic building blocks of who we are. But does the psychotherapist need to know anything about this complex topic? Richards been digging into the books and studies about genetics and there's a lot to gain by having a basic understanding of how genetics and epigenetics impacts the mental wellbeing of our clients. Matt and Richard have a…
 
When people dissociate, it means they feel disconnected from their body. They feel fear and dread, sometimes feeling completely frozen. As mental health professionals, understanding disorganized attachment gives us appreciation and understanding for the necessity of empathy, attunement and deeply understanding the experience of another.…
 
I am a psychotherapist with an interest not only in the individual psyche but also that of the collective. The malaise of civilization has become increasingly my focus in these podcasts; the evolving multidimensional crises of the 21st century is my backdrop; the ten horseman (or crises) of the apocalypse are the drivers of my argument. These are t…
 
In this final part of the free will series, we take a look at the relationship between the concept of free will and mental health. Is free will altered in those suffering from schizophrenia? How is well-being related to free will? Thinking about these questions and the rise of neuroessentialism within psychiatry allows us to recognize the influence…
 
Using our knowledge of neuroscience with clients can be powerful if done in the right way. Today we talk with Dr. Miller and Dr. Beeson about how the knowledge of neuroscience can both empower clients and inform clinicians. Here are some other links we referenced: https://titles.cognella.com/the-neuroeducation-toolbox-9781516539482# www.webrainstor…
 
In the work of Sebern Fisher, neurofeedback has been revolutionary in resolving complex trauma for many of her clients. She's also written a brilliant book on the subject called Neurofeedback in the treatment of developmental trauma: Calming the fear-driven brain (published by Norton). We talk to her today about her neurofeedback practice, what got…
 
For the next group of episodes, there will be a mini-series providing an overview of the driver of our global civilization – the capitalist system. What distinguishes this presentation from the many other authors on this topic is its focus on the changes in consciousness that capitalism has brought about - the changes to the evolving human being th…
 
This week we talk to Jeffrey and Amy Olrick, an absolutely delightful couple, who know a thing or two about bringing up children from the perspective of developmental psychology and as parents. Jeffrey Olrick, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children and families. After earning his M.Ed. and Ph.D. at the University …
 
La tesis central de esta serie es que el mundo en el siglo XXI enfrenta una crisis multidimensional: política, económica, financiera, militar, climática, tecnológica, espiritual, de salud, social, ideológica. Los llamo los 10 jinetes del apocalipsis por razones que serán con cada episodio más claras. Estos solo pueden entenderse de manera sistémica…
 
Investigative journalist Jess Hill puts perpetrators – and the systems that enable them – in the spotlight. Her new book See What You Made Me Do is a deep dive into the abuse so many women and children experience – abuse that is often reinforced by the justice system they trust to protect them. Critically, it shows that we can drastically reduce do…
 
My wake-up call in March 2020 was that this unfolding series of crises, long in the making, had already passed its tipping point. The house of cards was already falling. What has happened since then is that most major economies have covered up and disguised the economic and financial crisis by creating vast debt and money creation and pretending th…
 
Dr Emma Katz researches the impacts of domestic violence & abuse on children and mother-child relationships. Her work explores coercive control, agency, resistance, recovery and mother-child supportiveness in domestic abuse contexts. Today we talk with her about her recent work in the field and some of the huge societal changes that are yet to take…
 
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