Forensic psychology is an exciting field that is often misrepresented on television and in the movies. Check out this episode where we will explore how often a defendant fakes incompetency, psychopaths, sociopaths, and antisocial personality disorder. Patrons can click here to listen to this episode two weeks early!
An MRI can show structural deformities in the brain, but what role does MRI play in diagnosing mental illness. The current state of research in this area is exciting! In this session, Dr. Andrew Gerber and I discuss where research is heading. We also talk about the gaps in knowledge relative to complex psychiatric disorders, and […]
Art therapy is an established mental health profession that uses the creative process of art making to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages. It is based on the belief that the creative process involved in artistic self-expression helps people to resolve conflicts and problems, develop interpersonal skills, […]
Anger is a natural emotion for all humans. In some cases, anger can be a good thing, and can protect you, your relationships, and the way you interact with the world. But there are also times when anger is destructive and costly. My guest on this episode is Bernard Golden (PhD). Dr. Golden is the […]
Anxiety is a fear response we experience without the presence of imminent danger or threat. All of us experience some passing feelings of anxiety that are normal. For example, it is normal to feel some anxiety before a job interview or an important exam. When the anxiety becomes chronic or pervasive, or disproportionate to the […]
This is part two of my conversation with Dr. Courtney Bancroft on insomnia. Once a diagnosis of insomnia has been made by a licensed professional, a properly trained clinician can use a tailored approach based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI). Listen and hear us talk about some of the natural and complimentary treatments that […]