Monthly Archives: September 2014

#422 – Finding True Refuge in Mindfulness with Tara Brach PhD

Transcript 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. […]

#421 – Mental Health Issues in Native American Communities with Ethan Nebelkopf PhD

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 […]

#420 – A Model for Integrative Mental Health with Rubin Naiman PhD

Transcript Rubin Naiman, PhD is a psychologist, clinical assistant professor of medicine and the sleep and dream specialist at the University of Arizona’s Center for Integrative Medicine, directed by Dr. Andrew Weil. He is also director of Circadian Health Associates, an organization that offers sleep related services, training and consultation internationally. For more than a […]

#419 – Internal Family Systems Therapy with Jay Earley PhD

Transcript Jay Earley, PhD, is a psychotherapist, group leader, author, teacher, and theorist. He teaches Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) IFS to the general public as a practice for self-help and peer counseling. He also teaches a variety of classes and workshops applying IFS to specific psychological issues such as procrastination, communication, relationships, and the […]