Monthly Archives: April 2014

#400 – A War Correspondent’s Memoir of Yoga Healing with Brad Willis (Bhava Ram)

Transcript Brad Willis (aka Bhava Ram) is the author of the highly acclaimed new memoir on the healing powers of Yoga and mind/body medicine: Warrior Pose, How Yoga Literally Saved My Life. A former NBC network news war correspondent, Bhava self-healed from stage four cancer and a broken back through Yoga. He now devotes his […]

#399 – Trauma and The Body with Pat Ogdon PhD

Transcript Pat Ogden, Ph.D. is a pioneer in somatic psychology and the Founder and Educational Director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® Institute, an internationally recognized school specializing in somatic–cognitive approaches for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder and attachment disturbances. She is co-founder of the Hakomi Institute, a clinician, consultant, international lecturer and trainer, and first […]

#398 – A Plan for Long-Term Life Satisfaction with Tobin Hart PhD

  Transcript Dr. Tobin Hart provides the following by way of biographical information: “Even as a child, I remember being fascinated by how we know, especially that knowing that takes place in those special moments when the world opens more deeply to us, and we to it. For me, this can occur in an intimate […]

#397 – James Alexander PhD Interviews David Van Nuys PhD

David Van Nuys, PhD See James Alexander, PhD Transcript Australian psychologist, Dr. James Alexander is author of the 2012 book, The Hidden Psychology of Pain. By way of biographical statement, Dr. Alexander writes: “I became a psychologist after the harrowing experience of being nearly killed in a car accident as an 18 year old, […]