PTSD

PTSD

22 April 2018 Reports of school shootings, bombings, environmental disasters and other tragic events are on the news almost daily. In the aftermath of such tragedies […]

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Social Media Addiction

Social Media Addiction

Social Media Addiction

More people are spending hours every day taking “selfies,” tweeting, browsing and playing games like Candy Crush on their Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites; […]

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What Creates a Mass Shooter

What Creates a Mass Shooter?

What Creates a Mass Shooter?

Frank McAndrew, Ph.D., an American social psychologist, professor and elected fellow of numerous professional organizations, including the Association for Psychological Science (APS), weighs in on some […]

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Process Addictions

Process Addictions

Until recently, “addiction” has almost exclusively referred to the excessive and intrusive patterns of substance use; however, behavioral and substance addictions have many overlapping features and […]

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Are we all prone to inherent bias?

Are we all prone to inherent bias?

This week’s show focuses on the stereotypes and biases that come from our life experiences and our interactions with others. Dr. Chad Forbes, an Associate Professor […]

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The Craving Mind

The Craving Mind

This week’s show looks at how habits form and what makes them so difficult to stop. A psychiatrist and internationally-known expert in mindfulness training for addictions, […]

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Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Individuals with substance use disorders may have the desire to stop drinking or using drugs but may not be ready to change. This week’s show is […]

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The Psychology of a Serial Killer

The Psychology of a Serial Killer

The Psychology of a Serial Killer

Have you ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a serial killer? In this week’s show, Dr. Tonmoy Sharma and Stefanie Wilder-Taylor discuss the […]

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BPD & Relationships

BPD & Relationships

BPD & Relationships

Have you ever been in a relationship that resembled being on an intense rollercoaster ride? Unstable and intense relationships are often characteristic of people who have […]

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Love vs Lust

Love vs Lust

As we inch closer to Valentine’s Day, we bring up a topic many are thinking about, the difference between Love and Lust. Do you know? Our […]

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Harm Reduction: An intervention that aims to minimize the harmful effects of drug use

Harm Reduction: An intervention that aims to minimize the harmful effects of drug use

Traditional treatment approaches view abstinence as the only way to recover from an addiction, but, addiction is often not an “all or nothing” process. An unconventional […]

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Cravings

Cravings

Cravings

This upcoming Sunday’s show will be all about cravings and how to overcome unhealthy habits. Guests include Thomas J. Gould, Ph.D., professor and director of the Neurobiological […]

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Cultivating Happiness

Cultivating Happiness

Rather than traditional approaches that focus on the pathology, pain and suffering of individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders, positive psychology is a psychological […]

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The-Science-of-Success

The Science of Success

The Science of Success

One important quality has been touted as a key predictor of success is emotional intelligence—some say that its’ even more predictive of success than conventional intelligence. […]

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Recovery from Chronic Pain

Recovery from Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects more than 100 million people in the U.S. alone. To discuss chronic pain management and recovery, we’re joined […]

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Tis the Season to be Stressed

Tis the Season to be Stressed

Tis the Season to be Stressed

The holiday season can be a joyful time to spend with loved ones, eat delicious food and create happy memories. Yet, for many people, dealing with […]

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Falling Through The Cracks: Part 3

Falling Through The Cracks: Part 3

Falling Through The Cracks: Part 3

What can people do when they can no longer afford quality health insurance? We discuss the options that people have when they are at risk of […]

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Prosecutors Gone Wild: Part 2

Prosecutors Gone Wild: Part 3

Prosecutors Gone Wild: Part 3

In this week’s show, the discussion about the misconduct of government prosecutors and targeted attacks on innocent people continues. Mark Godsey, a Professor of Law at […]

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