Monthly Archives: May 2014

#405 – Developing Dreamwork Skills with Clara Hill PhD

Clara E. Hill earned her Ph.D. at Southern Illinois University in 1974. She started her career in 1974 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Maryland and is currently still there as a Professor. She has been President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Editor of the Journal of Counseling Psychology, […]

#404 – The Erosion of Privacy on The Social Web with Jennifer Golbeck PhD

Dr. Jennifer Golbeck is Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab and an Associate Professor in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research focuses on analyzing and computing with social media. This includes building models of social relationships, particularly trust, as well as user preferences and attributes, and using […]

#403 – Insights on Rape, Courage, and Authenticity from The Cartooning Psychologist, Nina Burrowes PhD

Transcript Dr. Nina Burrowes is a psychologist, researcher and author specializing in the psychology of rape and sexual abuse. She started her career working as a researcher for the Prison Service and then moved on to establish herself as an independent research consultant. She has conducted research with sex offenders, their victims, the public, and […]

#402 – Techniques for Relieving Depression Without Medication with Bill O’Hanlon

Transcript Bill O’Hanlon, MS, LMFT, has authored or co-authored 36 books, the latest being Out of the Blue: Six Non-Medication Ways To Relieve Depression (W.W. Norton, April 2014). He has written a book on Positive Psychology called The Therapist’s Notebook on Positive Psychology (Routledge, 2012).. His books have been translated into 16 languages: French, Spanish, […]

#401 – A Critical Examination of Monogamy with Christopher Ryan PhD

Christopher Ryan Ph.D. received a BA in English and American literature in 1984 and an MA and Ph.D. in psychology from Saybrook University, in San Francisco, CA twenty years later. He spent the intervening decades traveling around the world, living in unexpected places working at very odd jobs (e.g., gutting salmon in Alaska, teaching English […]