Monthly Archives: January 2016

#491 – The Traumatized Brain with Sandeep Vaishnavi MD PhD

Sandeep Vaishnavi, MD, PhD is the director of The Neuropsychiatric Clinic at Carolina Partners and a neuropsychiatrist at The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University Medical Center, where he offers evaluation, testing, and treatment of mood, behavioral, and cognitive symptoms of neuropsychiatric illnesses, such as traumatic brain injury, ADHD, and dementia, to […]

#490 – A Jungian Approach to Executive Coaching with Janet S. Steinwedel PhD

Janet Steinwedel, PhD, is the President of Leader’s Insight, an Executive Coaching and Leadership Effectiveness consultancy. Janet provides thought leadership as a consultant and executive coach. She assists leaders in clarifying their goals and objectives and becoming more aware of themselves and their behaviors in service to their aspirations and business results. With 25 years […]

#489 – The Promise of Technology for The Aging Brain with Dr. Adam Gazzaley

Transcript Adam Gazzaley, M.D., Ph.D. is Professor in Neurology, Physiology and Psychiatry at the UC San Francisco, the founding director of the Neuroscience Imaging Center, and director of the Gazzaley Lab. His lab’s most recent studies explore neuroplasticity and how we can optimize our cognitive abilities via engagement with custom-designed video games, and how this […]

#488 – How Losing My Stomach Made Me Hungry for Life with Amy Oestreicher

Amy Oestreicher is a PTSD peer-peer specialist, artist, author, writer for The Huffington Post, award-winning health advocate, actress and playwright. As a survivor and “thriver” of nearly 30 surgeries, a coma, sexual abuse, organ failure and a decade of medical trauma, Amy has been challenged with moments of extreme difficulty. But as an artist, newlywed, […]