#430 – Recent Findings on The Treatment of Insomnia with Barry Krakow MD

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Barry Krakow MD is a board certified internist and sleep disorders specialist, who has studied and practiced for 30 years in the fields of internal medicine, emergency medicine, addiction medicine, and sleep medicine. Currently, he is medical director of two sleep facilities in Albuquerque, NM: Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences, Ltd, a community-based, sleep medical center and the Sleep & Human Health Institute, a non-profit sleep research institute. He has published nearly 100 peer-reviewed research papers, abstracts, book chapters and white papers in leading scientific publications with a special emphasis on sleep disorders in mental health patients, and which included several breakthrough findings that connect sleep and mental disorders. He has also authored three books on sleep disorders, Insomnia Cures, Turning Nightmares into Dreams, and Sound Sleep, Sound Mind. Dr. Krakow’s comprehensive sleep disorders’ treatment model has been featured in the New Yorker (2009), New York Times (2010, 2012), TIME Magazine (2012), and Washington Post (2013). In the past two years, Dr. Krakow has been heavily involved in training programs, workshops, and symposium presentations to educate and train medical and mental health providers on the Sleep Dynamic Therapy™ integrated model of care.

Here is the link to the video describing his latest insomnia research.

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#429 – A Window on Religion and Psychotherapy in Iran with Nima Ghorbani PhD

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Nima Ghorbani, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Tehran, and is also a certified Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapist in Tehran, Iran. He has developed the Integrative Self-Knowledge construct with the assistance of Professor P. J. Watson from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, as a model to explain changes within the personality based on such a core intrapsychic process. This is a construct which aims to explain one of the intrapersonal processes of change in experiential and self-knowledge based psychotherapies. Dr. Ghorbani’s cross-cultural research is mostly focused on integrative self-knowledge, self-control, mindfulness, and experiential aspects of religiousness. He has published many research articles on these topics in professional, peer-review journals. His research is based on hermeneutical-dialogical empiricism in which observer and observed are objectively examined in intrapersonal, interpersonal, and inter-cultural levels.

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Jungian Psychotherapy Part 4 (6 CEUs)
Jungian Psychotherapy Part 5 (7 CEUs)
Jungian Psychotherapy Package of the Five Above (33 CEUs)
Wisdom of The Dream (4 CEUs)
Positive Psychology (6 CEUs)
Pros and Cons of Positive Psychology (5 CEUs)
The Fundamentals of Positive Psychology (6 CEUs)
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY (32 CEUs)
Body-Mind: Goodbye to Dualism (6 CEUs)
Brain: Insights from Neuroscience (8 CEUs)
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#428 – A Report from The Sexual Frontier with Sex Therapist Marty Klein, PhD

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Dr. Marty Klein has been a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist for 34 years. He has aimed his entire career toward a single set of goals: telling the truth about sexuality, helping people feel sexually adequate & powerful, and supporting the healthy sexual expression of women and men.

Marty is the award-winning author of seven books about sexuality, including the recent Sexual Intelligence: What We Really Want From Sex, And How to Get It. Published in 15 languages, his books have been acclaimed by everyone from USA Today and Psychology Today to Penn & Teller and the Playboy Advisor. His blog and monthly electronic newsletter are widely quoted for their innovative thinking about sex, politics, culture, & the media.
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#427 – Exploring The “Participation Mystique” with Jungian Analyst Mark Winborn PhD

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Mark Winborn, PhD, NCPsyA is a Jungian Psychoanalyst and Clinical Psychologist. He is a training and supervising analyst of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and is also affiliated with the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and the International Association for Analytical Psychology. He was recently nominated to the Accreditation Committee of the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis. In 2011 he published Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey with Fisher King Press. His second book, Shared Realties: Participation Mystique and Beyond, has just been published in 2014. He lectures nationally and internationally. Dr. Winborn maintains a private practice in Memphis, Tennessee where he is also currently the Training Coordinator for the Memphis Jungian Seminar – a training seminar of the IRSJA.
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#426 – Exploring The Deep Psyche Through Music with Iain Woods aka “Psychologist”

Iain Woods aka Psychologist

Iain Woods is an artist based in London, England. He studied Fine Art at Warwickshire School of Fine Art and then Brighton School of Art from 2004-2008. Specialising in the study of conceptual art from the 1960’s onwards, his practise involved performance, video, sound-installation and works on paper, but it was always a preoccupation with consciousness, and ideas of the soul that were the mainstay thematically throughout his work. It was during this time that he started to toy with the idea of ‘Pop-Project as Fine-Art’.
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#425 – The Unconscious Impact of Culture on Psyche with Jungian Analyst Samuel Kimbles PhD

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Samuel Kimbles Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, training analyst, and member of the
faculty of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and a clinical professor (VCF) in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of California, San Francisco. Between September 1, 2008 and August 31, 2010 he served as president of the C.G. Jung Institute, San Francisco. He has lectured and presented papers on topics related to the theory and practical applications of analytical psychology to professional and lay audiences throughout the United States, Africa, and Europe. He is a clinical consultant and has taught at the San Francisco Jung Institute, colleges, and universities. In addition, he has trained mental health and analytic professionals on working with the unconscious life of groups. His published work on the cultural complex is a significant contribution of the application of analytical psychology to the study of groups and society. His previous book on cultural complexes was with Tom Singer, The Cultural Complex: Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche and Society (Routledge, 2004).
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#424 – Being a Brain-Wise Therapist with Bonnie Badenoch PhD

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Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT is an in-the-trenches therapist, supervisor, teacher, and author who has spent the last ten years integrating the discoveries of neuroscience into the art of therapy. She co-founded the nonprofit agency, Nurturing the Heart with the Brain in Mind (Portland, OR) in 2008, and was founder and former executive director of Center for Hope and Healing (Irvine, CA) for 17 years. Her work as a therapist has focused on helping trauma survivors and those with significant attachment wounds reshape their neural landscape to support a life of meaning and resilience. Bonnie currently teaches at Portland State University in the Interpersonal Neurobiology certificate program, and speaks internationally about applying IPNB principles both personally and professionally. She takes particular joy in offering longer-term immersion trainings for therapists and others in the healthcare professions at her home in the Pacific Northwest because these experiences support personal transformation through embodiment of the principles of interpersonal neurobiology. Her conviction that wisdom about the relational brain can transform human experience led to the publication of Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology in the Norton Interpersonal Neurobiology Series in 2008 and The Brain-Savvy Therapist’s Workbook in 2011. In 2013, she and Susan Gantt co-edited and contributed to a new book, The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process. Therapists are saying that these books fill the gap between science and practice with clarity, compassion, and heart. Read More »

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#423 – Integrating Psychology into Primary Care with Susan H. McDaniel PhD

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Susan H. McDaniel, Ph.D., ABPP is the Dr. Laurie Sands Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, Director of the Institute for the Family in Psychiatry, Associate Chair of Family Medicine, and Director of the Physician Faculty Communication Coaching Program at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry. She is known for her publications in the areas of behavioral health and primary care, genetic conditions and family dynamics, and doctor-patient communication. She is a frequent speaker at meetings of both health and mental health professionals.
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#422 – Finding True Refuge in Mindfulness with Tara Brach PhD

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Tara Brach, Ph. D., is a clinical psychologist, founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington, and an internationally known teacher of Buddhist meditation. She is the author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge.

Tara has offered numerous keynote speeches and accredited workshops for mental health practitioners interested in integrating meditative practices into psychotherapy. She has also been active in bringing meditation into prisons and into the curriculum in DC metro area schools.

Tens of thousands of people around the world listen daily to Tara’s free podcasts –meditations and teachings that serve emotional healing and spiritual awakening.
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#421 – Mental Health Issues in Native American Communities with Ethan Nebelkopf PhD

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Ethan Nebelkopf, PhD, MFT, has worked in non-profits for 40 years and has been a licensed marriage and family therapist for 30 years. Ethan served as Director of Behavioral Health for the Family & Child Guidance Clinic of the Native American Health Center in Oakland and San Francisco from 1997-2012. In 2009, his program received the National Behavioral Health Achievement Award for Innovation from the Indian Health Service. In 2007 Ethan received the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Award of Excellence for development of integrated, substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, mental health services, and HIV/AIDS prevention programs for Native Americans. In 2006, Ethan received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Office of Multicultural Services of the California Department of Mental Health. Ethan is author of The Herbal Connection: Herbs, Drug Abuse and Holistic Health, published by BiWorld Press in 1981, and Healing and Mental Health for Native Americans: Speaking in Red, published by AltaMira Press in 2004. He edited Growing Roots: Native American Evidence-Based Practices, a special issue of the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs in 2011. Read More »

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